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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1924

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1924 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

INDICT 18 PHYSICIANS
ON DIPLOMA MILL CHARGE
San Francisco, July 8.-Indictments
against 18 physicians involving alle-
gations that the yoperated "diploma
mills" or were beneficiaries of such
operations, were voted by the grand
jury last night. Among them was
Dr. Robert Adcox under sentence for
bribery in Missouri.
The voting of the indictments, fol-
lowed a hearing by the State board of
medical examiners.
Those named besides Dr. Adcox and
nine Californians are:
Dr. Daten. Alexander, Kansas City;
Dr. Waldo Briggs, St. Louis; Dr. John
R. Brinkley, Kansas City; Dr. B. H.
Jolly, St. Charles, Mo.; Dr. Frank J.
Kenney, Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Albert
Scheffsky, St. Louis; Dr. Ralph Voi-
ght, St. Louis; Dr. William P. Sachs,
St. Louis; Dr. P. H. McKinley, St.
Charles, Mo.
Patterson Back
From New Haven
Dean Patterson of the Enginering
school has returned from New Hav-
en, Conn., where he participated in the
reunion of his class of 1884, at Yale.
"At the time of the Yale bicenten-
nial in 1901," says Dean Patterson,
"the class of 1884 started the custom
of having class headquarters for re-
unions which would serve all the de-
mands of living requirements. - Be-
fore 1901 the university authorities
were to set apart rooms where each
class could hold its meetings. But
it was not what you could hardly call
headquarters, being inadequate for
sleeping and eating purposes."-
"Strange as it may seem", Dean
Patterson said, "the reunion of 1024
was the most successful the class ever
g4. Of Qe hundred living graduates
sixty-seven were back."
The dean reported that as far as he
knew, there were no alcoholic stim-
ulants at any of the class headquar-
ters. The classes in general cooper-
ated with the college authorities in
prohibiting intoxicants.
"All the expenses of the reunion are
raised in advance by subscription,"
said the dean. "There is no charge
for anything at headquarters during
the entire week. This year there was
a luncheon at the New Haven Yacht.
club for members and the ladies, and
on Monday evening a dinner at head-
quarters for the fathers and their sons
T1esdy noon a buffet luncheon was
served for all the members of the
class and their families. On other oc-
casions the ladies ate in their own
private dining rooms at headquarters.
Tuesday afternoon the class of 1884
led the alumni parade around the
Yale baseball field, before the Yale-
Harvard game. Wednesday was com-
mencement day and on Friday, the
classes went in special cars to New
London to witness the Yale-Harvard
boat race."
Dean Patterson concluded, "The
absence of President Angell, Michigan,
1890, who is Ill at John Hopkins uni-
versity hospital, was the only unhappy
feature of-the entire week."
Washington, July 8.--The appoint-
ment of Jerome Michael of New York
as special assistant to the attorney
general was announced today by At-
torney General Stone. He will be in
control of the prosecution of all war
fraud cases originating through trans-
actions with the quartermaster corps
of the army.

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Heads Republican
Speakers Bureau
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AT THE THEATERS
Screen-Today
Majestic - Antoino Moreno in
" Tiger Love "; "Fearless
Fools," a two reel comedy;
Kinograms.
Orpheum-Jack Hoxie in "The
Desert Riders;" Universal
comedy.
Wuerth-All-star cast in ''The
Secrets of Paris"; "The Spat
Family in Help One Another';
Pathe news.
Stage-This Week
Garrick-"You and I"; present-
ed by the BonStelle company.

ings, program of studies, and artie-
ED6 M ON S O N IIA ONulation of junior with senior high
school work. On the basis of its re-
ASSOCIA TION COMMITTEE commendation all junior high schools
in the association will be classified.
Prof. Edmonson will take over his
Prof. J. B. Edmonson of the School
of Education received an appointment
Monday to a new standing committee
of the North Central Association of
colleges and secondary schools. The "ITIS CHEAPER TO R1
association includes 19 states at pres- I
ent, Arkansas having been added rec- 1022 Ford Sedan
ently to the list. Dr. W. T. Gosling 1921 " "o
superintendent of schools in Madison, 1922 " Coupe
Wis., is chairman of the committee, 1921 " "
which is composed of seven members. 1921 Ford Touring

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new duties early in the fall when the
first meeting of the committee is to
be held.
Little investment - big returns,
the Daily Classifieds.--Adv.

SALE
iDE THAN TO WALK"
325.00
165.00
250.00
200.00
132.00
225.00
100.00

Making and enforcing of standards
in junior high schools throughout the
states concerned will be the work of
the committee. It will fix minimumI
requirements for the preparation of
teachers, and will regulate broadly
such matters as organization, build-
C A R R I C K
Pop. Mat. Tues. Thurs. & Sat. 25c & 50c
Nights 25c - 50c - 75c and $1.00
71h Week .5th Season
THE BONSTELLE COMPANY
A Sparkling Comedy of American Life
The Harvard Prize Play by Phillip Bary
"YOU and I"
Next Monday-"The Awful Mrs. Eaton"

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1921

Cadillae Touring
Chevrolet Runabout

30 other cars from $35.00 to $150.00
H. S. PLATT
Ford Sales & Service
316 - 320 E. Huron Phone 727

Everett Sanders
Indiana congressman, is busy
ganizing the speaker's bureau of
Republican national campaign,
which he is director.

or-
the
of

Tractors, harvesters or other ma-
chinery exposed to the elements or
poorly housed, deteriorate in value
$370,000,000 a year in the United
States,
Classified Ads work wonders. Try
the Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

Subscribe for The
igan Daily.-Adv.

Summer Mich-I

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Fountain Pens and Stationery
Your name engraved FREE on any
pen bought here
PARKER SCHAEFFER MOORE WATERMAN
AND CONKLIN

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For Rent or
Sale
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High Grade Stationery
Including the famous Old Hampshire in many different
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
THREE DEPENDABLE STORES
324 S. State, corner East and Soutb University
Aves., corner South State and
Packard Streets.

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Now Playing
Lew Cody in
"THE SECRETS OF PARIS"
The Spat Family in
HELP ONE ANOTHER "
Coming Sunday
Frank Mayo in
"The Plunderer"
"The Three Orphans"
By H. C. Witwer
Soon-James Kirkwood in
"YOU ARE GUILTY"

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Tonight Only
jack Ho.ie in
"THE DESERT RIDER "
Universal Comedy
Pathe Review
Coming Sunday
Laura LaPlante in
"EXCITEMENT"
A new aolliid of the
"LEATHER PUSHERS"
Soon-Harry Carey in
"THE MIRACLE BABY"

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SUBSCRIPTIONS
THE SUMMER

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July 15th.

Other-

CLA SSIFIEDS
FOR SALE
"RICH" the shoe man is in town for
ten days. Order your all campus
maccasin sport shoes. Call between
10 and 2. 2878-R. 610 Forest.
FOR NEW and used typewriters call
the University dealer for Reming-
ton Portables. Stacy R. Black, 604
E. Madison. 1809.
FOR SALE-Tent, 12x14, almost new
Cost $56, will take $20. Apply, 617
E. Liberty St. or phone 3390-W.
LOST
BROWN Laundry case Saturday on
Huron St. Finder please call 397.
Reward.
WANTED TO BUY
FORD COUPE-Call 3003-J and leave
Telephone Number or Address.
Watch Repairing
FINEST Watch Repairing in the city.
Arnold's State Street Jewelry.

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wise the $2 rate
will be charged.
Send your check
to the Press bldg.,
or come to the
office any time be-_
fore Tuesday, the
15th.
THE SUMMER
MICHIGAN DAILY

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