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April 23, 1911 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1911-04-23

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S. C. A. Sup pleffeilt by Perffissiou of the Miehigau Daily

The Arabian



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Sham'e P. Tlhoms, 5'.
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April, 11, l921.
Secretary of the Students'
Chris~ti&an Asroctation,
Ann Arbor,Michigan.
My dear Sir,
I have read of your plan for the establishment of an
educational miesion in Bursrali, Arabia.
My travels in the Orient hve igive-,n me abundant oppprtunity
of seeing the importance of educational work in those lande. The need
for medical and industrial training is particularly urgent
I oongratulate you, therefore, on the progress of your
plane thus far, e=nd wish you much success.
Sincer e your,

Pou Yers; ol 'tri i r/c°t~'r~i

If. t "lci [(la, ini.

Chats. Jseguah Shaw, err.
lee years practical experience.

liM ISSfdcir '. Esll.
Splretrsirie . 5Ilebreze.

Seven in, Busrah This Fall

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