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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

now

Pastor, Bested InEvolution
ersy, Will Quit Ministry

The Rev. W. U. Byrd, who resigned as pastor of the M. E. church (north)
in Dayton, Tenn., when his congregation refused to hear a modernist
pastor he invited to preach a sermon, is going to quit the ministry and be-
come an electrician. He is shown (right) with Dr. George W. Rappleyea, who
planned the Scopes trial, and a member of the congregation. The Rev. Byrd
was also criticized because he allowed Dr. Rappleyea, evolutionist, to con-
tinue to attend the church.

Alumni News In Brief
Estelle L. Hunt, '05, is supervisor of pany, and for two months previous to
the home finding department of the the critical illness which caused his
Cleveland Humane society, with head- death he was connected with the Con-
quarters at the City hall, Cleveland, O. sumers' Power company, Jackson,-
Mich.
Arthur Koehler, '11, who is in
charge of the section of Wood Tech- Harry L. Wilson, '22L, has been ap-
nology at the U. S. Forest Products pointed election commissioner of the
Laboratory at Madison, Wis., has re- city of St. Louis, Mo. He is practic-
cently published a book, "The Prop- ing law in St. Louis.
erties and Uses of Wood." The book
is being well received by the lum- James A. Rice, '24, is working with
ber manufacturing and wood using in- the Maxwell - Chrysler distributing
dustries and by the schools. agency at Flint. The engagement of
Miss Mary Davison of Flint to Mr.
William W. Weber, '13, is now work- Rice was recently announced.
ing at the Forest Products Laborator-
ies at Madison, Wis. Previous to Edward L. Simon, '20-'22, is now
taking up his new post Mr. Weber connected with the commercial de-
has spent 13 years with the U. S. partment of the Southwestern Bell
Forest service In the West. Telephone company. He Is also sec-
retary and treasurer of the Michigan,
Norman H. Stumpf, '20, is credit and St. Louis, Mo., Alumni association.
office manager at the Buffalo, N. Y. Karl Swayze, 4 at present trav-
branch of the Wholesale 1Radio Equipe arughz,'2,isat resenttray
meit company of New York and Buf- ci ithandin the or d Flycem
falo.cicihnlnth WolFles
-
Jeanne McPherson, '21, is a librarian
in the Detroit library system, Hosmer PERMANENT WAVES
branch
ba Experts in the
Malcolm E, McGowan, '21E, is pro- Nestle-Lanoil Process
duction engineer with the Wheeling
Steel corporation, Steubenville works, Marcelling and Shampooing
Steubenville, O. Mrs. McGowan was Done by Experts
Elizabeth Travis, '19-'21. They have
two boys.
Gur Bakhsh Singh, '22E, is assist- Stoddard
ant engineer with the Dohad woks
Dohad, Panch Mahal, India Hair Shoppe
Albert A. Yeager, '22E, died at Sag- 707 N. Univers
inaw, Mich., on April 27 of this year.
For two years after graduation he was Pc
with the Westinghouse Elec tric pon
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® .oE. C0. Gel 4Mcra rs BettOm .g
ALBERT F. KAHN, Architect
;In Terms of Drawn byHugh lexrli
teColossar'
TE co-ordination of commercial strength, 'arch
-ctural vision and engineering skill which
created this titanic quadruple office building repre-
sents the motive and creative force which has turned
the eyes of the world toward this type of American
architecture.
This, the largest office building in the world, pos-
sesses fundamentally magnificent largeness in its
conception, and a clean-cut directness in its execu-
tion which place it among the most significant of
American buildings.

With such existing structural achievements no arch-
itectural future is unpossible, no project too vast
or too complex to come readily to our imagination.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering
skill an organization, will prove more than equal
to the demands of the architecture of the future.
OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY
Offices is all Principal Cities of the World

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LOST
LOST-1926 Michigauma pin. Fin
please return to Pratt and D
Sport Shop.

b.

NEW CASINO PAVILION

Dancing Every Night
EXCEPT SUNDAY

NAT NATOLI'S

ORCHESTRA ENTERTAINERS

ONE OF THE BEST

This dance pavilion is one of the largest an finest in the State.

WALLED LAKE, MICHIGAN

Forty-five Minutes Drive from Ann Arbor

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