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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN

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P, F E day will find hard surface iloa
u' all but two miles of the 188
stretch between Ann Arbor an
ating to Take Place at Ohio capitol. The route, as Ana
by the Fostoria Automobile
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Two Thirds nf Und-cgr-duates
Are Affi liated Chn; -_
Memoers.

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Oae r e on au Ject
of Health'.
MANY SUBJECTS LISTED
College Religion', 'Intolerance'
Considered as Topics for
bcussion

indicates that these two mites are
scraped and oiled and that motor-
ists will find little or no difficulty
in their trek southwad.
The route, as laid out on the
accompanying map for Ann Arbor
residents, Iaculty members and
ethers planning to drive, is as fol-
.ows:

53

SECTS REPRESENTED

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Leave Ann Arbor out South Main
S t u d *e n t Christian association street toward Saline.
presidents from colleges throughout Saline-Straight through.
the state met last week at Jackson Milan-Turn right in the center
to discuss plans for the coming year. of the town.
According to the statement of Fen- Dundee-Turn left in the center
elon Boesche '31, president of the of town and continue for about two
University Student Christian asso- 1 miles. Then turn left again. A
tiation as well as of the state or- 1. 16 FLINT 3213
ganization, the purpose of the - Grand lan nt
meeting was to plan foy three stu- A .ot.of 287.
"dent conferences such as the ones F. ANN ARBOR .t= 26?.?
held, last year. I o ko 23
These conferences are held in dif- -36-. - a46.
fererit cities in the state and consist 7s.o -Milan 24.
of a number of interested studentsQ
from vario'us colleges assembled to a - -u
discuss some vital religious or soci- Petersburg
ological problem and usually lead
by sonme outstanding authority on +*
To Meet in Battle Creek.o ,
the subject. 403n.0 o I~I -s a 2187
The first of these Will be a health TOLEDO
conference to be held in Battle 416.0 MAUNE
'Creek where the delegates will be 4. A ERRYSBURG
the guests of W. K. Kellogg, propri-
etor of the Battle Creek sanitarium. .4 Bowu,,
As an incidental feature of this 420NNo. 34 eont 85.7
confere-nce, all the delegates will be F Nd*VRochestargi e a co p m nt r m d cl ex-is 41 1
gvn na complimentary medical ex- 43 ~j West Mairve 1.7
urination "at the 'sanitarium. F439.0 West iance o,19.I
During the first week end of De- X *"1 ORA 17i.7
emxber there will be held a socio- j o
logical institute in Detroit to study t 4.: °, L 1 *0Uflstown
unemployment and its results. The F tw..7 "nda_2t3 a40 7
soup kitchens and bread lines en- F C458E0 BrtRNY 16
tailed by the present situation will '-9.7
be investigated at first hand. De--i Chicag, Bucyrus
4.0UPPER pMt N sflj o 5 156.7
troit being one of the worst cities 4"-.0 Plt zK
in the country from the unemploy-
ment standpoint this conference
should meet an tnterestcng situa-
tion, Boesche stated. ene e- o
Reigion to be Topic Here. 499.0 MARIiNY 1357
Reinhold Neihbuhr, member of
the hational council of the Y. M. C. -
A., will probably be obtained to lead!
a conference early in March here inj
Ann Arbor which will discuss the 504.0 DELAWARE - 47 118.7
'qlestion, "Is There a College Re- t
ligion?"
Another conference tentatively b4
planned at the meeting, Boesche!
said, was one on the subject of "In-- FCOLUMBUS
tolrance" to be held in Ann Arbor. 534. No. 40 Indianapolis : Washingto8
TIe miethod used at this conference I 1--lc s..nSt LOu Is t4- . - WheelingnNo
would be to have a Catholic priest,!10
a Jewish rabbi, and a Protestant' mt°
inister at the sessions of thec c hi -
fererice to try to iron out the points school house on this corner.
of conflict and determine what center of town.
;ground the different sects had in
common. " . Sylvania-Turn right for one.

Virtually two- thirds of the stu-
dents at the University are definite-
ly affiliated church members, ac-
cording to figures compiled at the
recorder's office and announced yes-
terday.
Methodist, Presbyterian, and E iis-
copal denominations lead the field
as to number maintaining a ratio
of approximately 6-4-3. Catholic,
Congregational and Jbwish follow
closely each embracing slightly
more than 700. Christian Science is
among the 10 religions that stood
highest in the preference of the
students on their enrollment cards.
Outside the 1500 who gave no
preference at all, there were two
who openly announced themselves
athiests, and five who claimed an
aignostic stand.
In spite of the large numbers of
Orientals on the campus, there were
only two who gave their faith as
Hindu and one who called himself
Mohammedan.
Among the miscellaneous sects,
there was one student who claimed
to belong to the Super Mind science.
There was also a free thinker and
a follower of the Theosophic lodge.
One fact brought out in the in-
quiry was that of the 53 sects listed
in the files of the recorder only
17 are served by churches in the
city of Ann Arbor.
ART ASSOCIATION
TO HOLD EXHIBIT
Members of the Ann Arbor Art
association will open their eighth
annual artists' exhibition Oct. 30 in
the galleries of Alumni Memorial
hall, it was announced yesterday by
officers of the association.
The works to be exhibited must
be presented in room B, Alumni
Memorial hall Friday, Oct. 24, from
9 to 5 o'clock or on Saturday, Oct.
25 from 9 to 12 o'clock.
down town. At this point No. 23 is
detoured for several blocks on ac-
count of city paving but follow the
detour signs closely out of town.
Perrysville, 69.2 miles from Ann
Arbor is the next milestone.
From Perrysville take No. '23
again to New Rochester, 82.2 miles
from the start. Turn left on the
main street in New Rochester and
thence to Millgrove. Straight. on
through Millgrove to Fostoria, 99.2
miles from Ann Arbor.
At Fostoria, left on Culbertson
for two blocks, right on Union for
three blocks, bear left at the fork
to traffic light, bear right through
town. left at fourth traffic lighit for

PLANE CRASHES ON 660O VOLT
LINE; AVIATORESAS UNHURT
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switch taking all of the current out of the wires and the aviator escaped
without injury.
Rouse Made President HOOVE R TO SE E GAMES
of Mathematical Club 15. - Presi
Prof. Louis J. Rouse was elected Ident Hoover is considering attend-
president of the Mathematical club in~g the Yale-Harvard football game
at its meeting Tuesday night. at New Haven Nov. 22 in additin
Other officers elected were Prof. P__ in___ ton-Navy_ game_
Norman H. Anning, secretary-treas- 1___________
urer; and Dr. William D. Eaten,
housekeeper. Prof. George Y. Rain-
ich read his paper on "Linear Vec-
tor Function."

Erection of Special ALUMNI WILL GO
Tuberculosishs Wa TOCLERTO
to Sar Ths ;al Frank L. Sizer, C.E., '78, and The-
odore Swift, A.B., Ph.C., '78, have
been chosen as official representa-
Addition of a tuberculosis unit tives of the University at the dia-
to the University hospital, an- mond jubilee celebration in San
Francisco tomorrow night when St.
nounced last spring, will be made Ignatius college closes its 100th year
this fall, Dr. Harley A. Haines, di- as an institution of higher educa-
rector of the hospital, said yester- tion. The celebration will be held in
day. Work will be started early in the civic auditorium and the pro-
November. gram will begin at 8 o'clock, Pacific
The tuberculosis ward will be time.
added to the main building by. the Mr. Sizer is a mining engineer in
construction of an additional story the west coast, while Mr. Swift was
to one of the units. an instructor in chemistry here in
Only tubercular cases needing 1885 and an assistant professor in
surgical attention are to be treated, chemistry in 1886. Both men are
Dr. Haines explained, and it will well known in alumni circles in
not in any way replace or take over Michigan.
the work of state sanitariums.
Patients, following treatment here, COZY CHATEAU PICKED
will be sent to state or private in- AS STUDIO BY O NEILL
stitutions._
Appropriation of $250,000 for the TOURS, France, Oct. 15. - Cha-
work has'been allotted the hospi- teau du Plessis, a cozy castle snugly
tal by the state administrative hidden in the center of a large
board, park on the northern slope of the
valley of the Choisille, a little brook
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS-A shaded by willow trees, is the spot
$170,000 student hospital will be Eugene O'Neill has selectd to write
erected here soon, his new play.
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TO APPEAR HERE
madame Coloratura' to Sing on
Second Choral Program.
Madame Clare Claibert, known
fr a long time only as "Madame
Coloratura," will appear on the sec-
and concert of the Choral Union
series at X8:15 o'clock, Friday, Oct. 31,
in Hill auditorium.
Cl-aibert made her first appear-
ance in the United States Sept. 15
in "La Traviata" with the San
FIancisco opera company, in which
'role she was a tremendous success,
acording to Charles A. Sink, pres-
-ident of the School of Music.
Born in Belgium, Madame Clai-
ber't's first audiences were soldiers
in the front tine hospitals. Her first'
appearance on the stage was in thea
Theater de la Monnaie, at Brussels.
A. H. W'hite to Attend
National ConferenceJ
Prof. Alfred H. White, of the
chemical engineering department,
will be in New York tonight for the
purpose of attending the first meet-
ing 6f t'he national committee for
research in engineering education.
Tomorrow night he will preside
at a monthly directors' meeting of
the American Institute of Chemical
Engineering, of which he is the
president.
New Party

block and alien le'ft. Continue one block, bear right across two
South to intersection of road with sets of railroad tracks. Then right.
No. '20 and then into Perrysburg Alvada-Straight through with
where No. 23 will be picked up. No. 23.
Another method of getting from Carey-Turn left at traffic light.
Ann Arbor to Toledo is by follow- Upper Sandusky--Turn right at
ing No. 23 to Ypsilanti and thence light.
to Toledo from the edge of town Marion-Through with No. 23.
after passing Michigan street. Delaware-Through with No. 23.
From Toledo turn left on Syl- Columbus-Stadium at edge of
vania Aye., right on Detroit, then town on No. 23, 188.2 miles fror
left on Cherry street and continue Ann Arbor.
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