SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1940
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dr. L. A. Parr To Lecture
On 'Medicine For Heart';
W. P. Lemon To Speak'
Church HBolds Picnic
In view of repeated violations
against rules regarding visiting stu-
dent patients confined to the in-
firmary, Health Service staff mem-
bers have given serious considera-
tion to a proposal which would dis-
continue all such privileges, Dr. War-
ren Forsythe, director of Health Ser-
Ann Arbor's churches will abandon vice, revealed yesterday.
the European war scene today as min- This measure is not being con-
isters throughout the city discuss re- sidered primarily to prevent the con-
ligion in its various phases. fusion which ordinarily results from
Dr. Leonard A. Parr of the First irregular visits, Dr. Forsythe pointed
Congregational Church will deliver a out, but rather in the best interests
of the patients. Visiting at any time
sermon on "Medicine for Faint is normally an unusual strain on
Hearts" at the regular morning serv- the patient, he said.
ice. "A Three-Fold Blessing" will be Dr. Forsythe commented that an-
the sermon topic at the Bethlehem other great danger which exists is
Evangelical Church, while Dr. W. P. that of communicating disease to
the patient from the visitor or from
Lemon of the First Presbyterian the visitor to the patient. Unless
Church will talk on "God and Our visiting is under supervision, he said,
Moods." no guarantee can be made to the
Fetowshbip Steak Roast . patient of his safety.
In order to enjoy a pleasant re-
laxation from serious thoughts and4
worries, the student fellowship of the
Congregational Church will leave at
;4:30 p.m. today for a steak roast at
Steiner's Farm, and the young people
of the Presbyterian Sunday Evening
Club will meet at the church at 8:00
p.m. to go to Morris Hall where the
mechanics of broadcasting will be
demonstrated to them.
The Zion Lutheran and Bethlehem
Evangelical Churches will hear talks
on similar topics when Rev. E. C.
Stelihorn delivers a sermon on "The
Trinitarians' Responsibility" and Mr.
John Moore of the Ann Arbor Com-
munity Fund speaks to the student
fellowship of the latter church on
"The Student and His Community."
The third in the May Forum series
of lectures will be delivered this morn-
ing at the Unitarian Church by Rev.
Owen Knox of the Bethlehem M. E.
Church of Detroit. Rev. Knox will
speak on "Social Religion."
"The Church With a Glorious Fu-
ture" will be Rev. H. O. Yoder's ser-
mon topic at the Trinity Lutheran
Church. The First Methodist Church
will hear Dr. Charles Brashares dis-
cuss "Second Choice Lives" at the
10:40 a.m. service which will follow
the talk to be given at 9:30 a.m. at
Stalker Hall by Prof. George Carruth-
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Present regulations, Dr. Forsythe
explained, set visiting hours from
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily. Visits
may be made for periods not longer
than ten minutes. The visitors are
asked to stop at the main desk to
be given a card which will pass them
by the head nurse of the infirmary.
When the visit is completed, Dr. For-
sythe said, the card is to be returned
to the main desk where ,it may be
assigned to another pair for another
Students who violate these rules,
Dr. Forsythe warned, are more like-
ly to do harm to the patient than
to cheer him by a visit.
The cooperation of the students
in observing the rules set down by
the Health Service, Dr. Forsythe ex-
plained, will pr.eclude the necessity
of revising visiting regulations. If
cooperation is not forthcoming, he
warned, action will have to be taken
in the better interest of the patient
and of the Health Service as a whole.
The Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ence will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Room 1042 of the E.
Engineering Building to elect officers
and discuss plans for a trip to Buf-
falo to visit the Curtiss-Wright and
Bell airplane factories.
Reservations, which must be turned
in by Wednesday, can be made both
by members of the Institute and any
other students interested in making
"The visit will be a fine opportun-
ity for any students interested in see-
ing military planes to actually find
out something of their construction,"
Prof. Milton J. Thompson of the aero-
nautical engineering department com-
mented yesterday. Permission for
University students to make the trip
had to be obtained from the War
and Navy departments.
Eta Kappa Nu, electrical engineer-
ing honor society, will elect officers
for the coming year at a meeting
at 7 p.m. today in the Union.
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