THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE
P ryans Hold Reuniiion in Chicago
The first time this group of Bryans has been t)Oget er since the
deiath of the "Commoner"-William Jennings Bryan--was driing the
Democratic national convention in Chicago. Left to right, back row:
Mrs. T. S. Allen of Lincoln, Neb., a sister; Bryan Hargreaves of Los
Angeles, a grandson, Seated are Mrs. Grace Hargreaves, a daughter;
William Jennings Bryan Jr., and Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen of Florida,
Pre-School Medical Drive
Aims to Reduce Disease
Amnong Pupils in Fall
Health workers of Ann Arbor com-
bined their forces yesterday as the
first annual "Pre-School Health
Round-Up" campaign got under
In an effort to reduce body dde-
stroying and expensive diseases,
physicians and dentists will work
during the month of July examining
children who will enter school in the
fall. A charge of $10 will be made
for the complete medical examina-
tion. Special arrangements will be
made, however, in cases where the
parents are unable to pay this sum.
A test to find out if tuberculosis
is present, and immunizations for
smallpox and diphtheria will be in-
cluded in the examination.
The plan of having one month set
aside for the examination of chil-
dre nof school age has been used in
other communities and found to be
very successful, sponsors of the plan
said. This is the first time that
Ann Arbor has attempted such work,
but if successful it will be continued
in the future.
The movement in Ann Arbor or-
iginated in the Public School health
service. Letters have been sent out
to parents of pre-school age children
informing them about the plan,
along with a list of the doctors and
dentists who are co-operating in the
Shatfer in North
FARGO. N. D.. Jy 1. AP)--
United States Scna or Gerald P.
Nye won an OrVIPC]ming victory
for the Republican enemination
for senator in Wednesday's North
Dakota primary election.
Senator Nye, backed by the Non-
partisan League faction of the Re-
publican party, ran up a two-to-one
margin over his opponent, Gov.
George F. Shafer. With more than
two-thirds of the returns in, Nye
had 100,005 votes and Shafer 49,-
Along with Nye, the entire Re-
publican ticket indorsed by the Non-
partisan League won nominations.
The Leaguers ousted every "regular"
Republican official and held a de-
cisive upper hand in the nominees
for the state legislature.
The two Nonpartisan indorsees for
representatives in Congress, J. H.
Sinclair, incumbent, and William
Lemke, were nominated.
Moe Again to Sponsor
Summer Tennis Met
Tennis tournament% will be held
gin this summer for men, women
°-u boys under the direction of
George J. Moe, who has sponsored
them for the past several years.
In the offering for the champions
will be tennis rackets and tennis
balls. There will be men's, women's
and boys' singles and men's and
mixed doubles. The tournament
will begin in about a week, Moe an-
Those desiring to enter the con-
test may register at 902 S. State
street or 711 N. University street.
Four days will be allowed in which
to play off each round.
89 Students Attend
Will Rogers Adds
To Chicago Circus
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touch with the spirit and beliefs of
the delegates. A reference to the
name of Alfred E. Smith brought
wild cheers from the upper regions
of the Stadium but left the dele-
gates, with but a few exceptions,
cold. Roosevelt's name several times
caused the standards of a majority
of states to be waved madly in the
air but brought only loud boos from
the people outside the square of
delegates. It had been rumored from
several sources that the balconies
had been artificially bolstered with
Smith and Ritchie fans, and at one
time Chairman Walsh was forced to
remind the galleries that they were
"guests" of the delegates before the
speaker could continue.
Tammany's recognized sachem, de-
manded a poll of the New York del-
egation and provided something of
a sensation by casting the first vote
of the delegation for Al Smith. One
heard a number of other well-knowit
names in this roll-call, including
those of John W. Davis and Jimmy
Walker---who was, incidentally, late
for the ballot.
Regardless of one's feeling about
the choice of the nermne chair-
man, it was impossible to have any-'
thing but admiration and a certainl
awe for the manner in which the]
veteran Senator Walsh conducted7
the meeting. Questions and argu-
ments from the floor were settled
immediately and with apparent jus-
tice and the decisions were main-
tained in the face of the fiercest
To the music of a three-piece
band the social dancing class had
its first meeting last Wednesday
night when 89 men and women ap-
peared for lessons.
The class meets on Monday and
Wednesday nights, and under the
direction of Miss Ethel A. McCor-
mick, dean of women. Those taking
the lessons are divided into two
groups, advanced and primary stu-
dents in dancing.
WANTED-Laundry. S o f t water,
21044. Towels free, socks darned.
WANTED -Family and St ud en t
laundry. Called for and delivered.
Phone 4863. ---5
WASHING AND IRONING WANT-
ED-Will call for and deliver.
Soft water used; washing done
separate. Phone 2-3478. -C
WANTED-Woman to share apart-
ment. University employee, teach-
er; nurse preferred. References re-
quired. 1110 Michigan Ave. -1.
WANTED-Student laundry, eight
y e a r s experience. Reasonable
SUNDAY Warren Williams
Constance asSidney Fox
Bennett "Dangerous Females"
in Marie Dressler
"WHAT PRICE Polly Moran
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Boston 11, New York 6.
Only gam es scheduled.
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St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 3.
Chicago 8, Cincinnati 4.
Only games scheduled.
"11 THEN I first bought my
new Electrochef elec-
tric range, my friends couldn't
believe that it was possible to
cook without blackening uten-
sils, as on a flame-type stove.
They were amazed when I
showed them an aluminum
saucepan almost as bright and
shiny as when it was new. I
had been using it on my Elec-
trochef for months.
"The reason is simple. Pots and
pans stay bright and sparkling
Budget $ FIRSTI
Pay ment , Balances
Plan . . these con
because electric heat is CLEAN
-as clean as sunlight. There
is no smoke or soot, nothing
but pure heat from a glow ng
wire. For the same reason
my kitchen walls and cur-
tains stay fresh much longer.
They do not require nearly so
frequent cleaning. And one of
the best things of all about my
Electrochef is its COOL cook-
ing. No matter how much I
use the range, it never over-
heats the kitchen."
PAYMENT-installed, ready to cook.
small monthly payments. Sales under
ditons to Detroit Edison customers only.
It looms up large in their lives
The telephoneh as a >ig place in the daily lives lion Bell telephones in the last five y
of most people today, but its place will be even the same period they have been inst
bigger tomorrow, in making the public realize more co
Its importance has been fostered by the work the telephone's usefulness. Result :
of men in all phases of the telephone business crease from 49,000,000 calls per
and no little part has been taken by those en- 65,000,0m0
gaged in selling. They have helped to effect For men with a leaning toward sa
an increase of more than three and a half mil- motion, the opportunity is there!
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