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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 1937

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[ealth Service Growth Brings DeDbate Team Asks
, . Tryouts To Report
Additions To Staff And Building
The first call for all men interested
ue to the rapid rise in enrollment department of the Michigan State in varsity debating came this morn-
to the general increase in demand Department of Health, have been ing from Arthur Secord, coach of de- jI
services in recent years it has made assistant medical advisers to bate and director of the Michigan
n necessary to enlarge the facili- women. Miss Sara Kleinschmidt has High School Forensic Association. j
of the Health Service this year replaced Mrs. Sadye Power, who re-x
ording to Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, cently resigned, as-mental hygenist. All eligible men are urged to re-j
ctor of the Health Service. port at once, said Mr. Secord, inas-
three-story addition to the east- much our first debates are Nov. 18.!
side of the present bulding is J i or C 1amher IThe topic this year is, "Resolved
idly nearing completion. It will -:- m_ _ _ that the several states should adoptl

NOTICES
MOTHS, bedbugs, fleas, roaches, de-
stroyed by hydrocynic gas fumiga-
tion. Endorsed py U.S. health au-
thorities. We are professionals. Dial
3113 Kurtis Exterminator. 308 May-
nard. 98
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.1
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone

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house and infirmary with two wards
providing space for three men and
three women, and offices for Dr. For-
sythe and for Dr. Margaret Bell;
in the basement there will be a room
for staff meetings; an office for the
mental hygienist and another for a
stenographer.
The Health Service staff has been
increased also, four appointments
having been made, two of which are
for new positions. Dr. Harvey W.
Kessler, formerly with the Cincin-
nati General hospital, has been made
new medical advisor !or freshman.
Dr. Claire Healey, who came here
from the health service of Purdue
University, and Dr. Lida Gordon, who
previously worked in the pediatrics
Life In Monastery
Aids Morgan Value
Christian Culture
Studying in the seclusion of an
Indian monastery was of great value
in the appreciation of his own re-
ligion and culture, Kenneth W. Mor-
gan, director of the Student Religious
Association, said Monday morning in1
a talk before the Ann Arbor Minister-
ial Association.
"I went to India to test values of
monastic life for myself, to get a
perspective on my own culture by
living with the people of another
race, and to learn what I could of the
Hindu religion," Mr. Morgan said.
Speaking of his visit with Mahat-
ma Gandhi, he said, "It is a mistake
to think of Gandhi as a Christian for
he is a Hindu to the Hindus and
is revered in India as such."
Because he had undertaken the pri-
vations of a Hindu monastic life, Mr.
Morgan told of how he had been
questioned by the British police who
could not believe that anyone would
voluntarily suffer discomfort to study
religion.
Dr. Sundwall To Head
National Hygiene Group
Dr. John Sundwall, director of the
division of hygiene, was elected pres-
ident of the American School Health
Association last week in New York.
Dr. Sundwall is also president of
Delta Omega, national honorary pub-
lic health society.

W ins Vta T Irophly! UU41twt151aea unicameral form of legislature."x
Last year's team won the Big Ten WANTED
The Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of championship and several members
Commerce has been awarded Pres- of the team are returning, Mr. Se- PhD. MUSIC, speaks several Ian-
ident's Trophy for compieting the cord said, but there will be places guages, wants board, room job,
most projects of Michigan Junior open to new men. governess, companion.tutoring.
Chamber organizations during the Call 2-3372.
past year. The trophy was presented I WANTED: Young business man, grad.
at the State convention in Flint. Specia. (omiiunity Fund student or professional man to
At the present time the group is it--cOitiins1share first class apartment. Call
working on a plan whereby a city 1 le 4987 after 7:30. 93
manager may replace the mayor- Preceding the general Ann Arbor CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
council tyeo onCommunity Fund campaign on Nov. old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
Arbor. ota 3
Past projects for which the group 2, a special gift solicitation opened $8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
received credit were the raising of yesterday and will continue to that ers, old gold and musical instru-
funds for a radio for the police de- date. ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
partment; model home; Christmas The solicitation will be conducted Phone Sam. 6304. 2x
lighting and "Get Out To Vote" by five teams headed by captains. FOR RENTI
campaigns; and assistance to the The captains met with Emory J. --- ------ -
Community Fund and NYA projects. Hyde, special gifts chairman, for FOR MEN: Suite with private bath
It increased its membership 100 per final instruction and discussion yes- and shower for three. Also double
cent during the year and was active terday afternoon to inaugurate the with adjoining lavatory. Shower,
in the formation of similar organiza- canipaign for the larger subscriptions steam heat. Phone 8544. 422 E.
tions in southeastern Michigan towns. to the fund. Washington. 92

LAUNDRY
STUDENT LAUNDRY ifl private
home. Called for and delivered,
Phone 7566. 91
EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and
deliver. 4863. lx
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Parker fountain pen on cam-
pus near Angell Hall Dial 5534.
99
LOST: A gray angora kitten. An-
swers to name of Sunda. Front paw
sore. Reward. Phone 6923. 95
LOST: Monday morning black An-
gora kitten. Call 3385. Reward.
FOR SALE
ONE SET of trap drums. Practically
new. Will sacrifice for cash. Phone
2-3478. Sergei. 97
LAPIN FUR and evening white fur
coat. Adaptable from size 14 to 16.
Phone 5237. 94
BLACK fur coat. Size 16. Finger tip
length. Sold reasonable. Dial
2-1756. 96

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DAILY at 2:00, 4:00, 7:00 & 9:00 p.m.
MATINEES 25c
EVENINGS 35c

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3 DAYS STARTING TODAY! HER BEST PICTURE!

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MUSICAL NOVELTY
"SOUND DEFECTS"

COMEDY
"ANY OLD PORT"

WORLD
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COMING SATURDAY
KAY FRANCIS in "CONFESSION"

Sportlight
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Michigan -Northwestern
Football Short Includ-
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That Big, New
GARGOYLE
Out THURSDAY, October 14
* Hilarious Picto-Murder
* Seven Freshman Girls
* Why Daily Men Daily in the

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* Arthur Miller,

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Winner, Author of "T h e y
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Chatter

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