THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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WILL O ON SALE THIS WEEK
Present Seal Bears a Santa Claus
Head and the Phrase: 'Merry
Christmas-I Happy New
Ani: Arbor's first consignment of
ied Cross Christmas seals will arrive
English Flat [Last
Grave Fears are Entertained for Safe-
ty o University's Representatives
* in Turkish .Missions.
NOT SO DAN(,EROUS IN PERSIA, early this week and be placed on sale
Robert W. Chambers own Dramatizaticn of his most widely raad ro
Best of Book Plays. 'Million of the Novel sold to-date. Play is bet
than the book, Every Character and S.ene reproduced on the Sta
WAGNER & CO.
Sign of the Big White Shoe
There are many Michigan graduates
living in the Mohammedan countries.
that are. in grave danger owing to the
Friends of Prof. J. R. Allen, of the
mechanical engineering department,
who is in Constantinople engaged in
the construction of Roberts College
feel the greatest anxiety for his safe-
ty, though word so far received indi-
cates that he is still unharmed and in
case of danger he will seek refuge on
one of the warships in the harbor.
Fifty miles from the Mediterranean
coast in the city of Aintab is situated
Anatolia College, and it is here in the
inland that great danger exists. There
are four Michigan representatives in
the medical mission and hospital in
that college. Two more graduates are
located at Sivias, in northern Turkey
an others are at Kharpoot and Erze-
rum. No word has been received
from any of these places and because
of-the fact that the fighting has been
near there, considerablefear has been
expressed 'for their safety.
t of suitings that always sell for
e do this to acquaint you with the
to measure in any style you wish
W 'hile not in as wnuch danger as the
others those "gra ates th at are if
Ara irliable to beaffected by the
massacres as they e in ukish do-
ininion. There are seve1rail Michigan
representatives in this country as med-
ical missionaries, and out of the 30
missionaries 25 are graduates of this
university. Two of the best known
of the graduates are in Busrah, direct-
ing the mission, and are Dr. A. K. Ben-
nett, '04, and Mrs. Bennett, '07M.
There are three other graduates who
are in charge of the Student Christian
Association of the University of Mich-
igan mission. Charles F. Shaw, 'I1E,
Philip C. Haynes, '11E, and Dr. H. G.
Van Vlack, '10M, are engaged in the
work of regeneration of a nation at
Many graduates are also living in
Persia but no great anxiety is being
held for their safety as the greatest
danger is in Turkey. Practically no
word has been received from the affect-
ed district and it is hoped that some-
thing definite will be heard in the
near future from the many Michigan
Union Dance is Well Attended.
Despite the drizzling rain, the full
quota of 100 couples attended the reg-
ular weekly dance at the Michigan
Union last evening.
at all the stores in town the day after
Thanksgiving. So far 2,000,000 seals
have been printed and over half that
number have already been placed in
the hands of local agents.
The design of the seal this year has
undergone a radical change. It depicts
a Santa Claus head with a holly
wreath, and bears the words: "Merry
Christmas-Happy New Year, 1912."
In view of the fact that the Anti-tuber-
culosis society has received many or-
ders for the stamps, the prospects for
nearly doubling last year's sale of
700,000 are bright.
Agents are being appointed in every
city and town throughout the state
and all anti-tuberculosis and civic im-
provement societies that wish to sell
the seals for the furtherance of the
work may receive all the necessary in-
formation from Miss Carol F. Walton,
the secretary. Miss Walton's office
is in the new medical building.
(Coninued from page 1.)
Japan by Prof. S. Takehara, who
showed the audience various types of
Japanese architecture and marvellous
constructions of temples, shrines, the-
aters, bronze figures, and ancient
tombs by a set of well selected slides.
A sword dance entitled the "Attack
on .the Honnji" was given by Tonouchi
and Morimatsu. Such dances are in
.common practice among students and
soldiers in Japan. This particular dance
involves a Japanese epic, in which
a general, after being treated
tyrannically by his master made a des-
perate attack, and slew him.
The tableaux were perhaps the most
spectacular feature on the program.
It depicted Commander Perry's inter-
view with the representatives of the
Strogen, Massahige's farewell to his
son on the eve of his .departure to his
last battle, and "Anerican-Japanese
Friendship," followed by the singing
of the Japanese national hymn.
The Jiu Jitsu, the Japanese art of
wrestling, by Yamada and Kanata and
a fencing duel between Tonouchi and
Yamadamet. met with prolonged
Music was furnished by Ed Howell
and E. H. Kaufman. Refreshments3
were served in the parlors after the
program. The next of the series of
entertainments will be a Chinese'night,
which will come in two weeks.
Seats on- sae Sat , Nov. 23 10 a.m.
If you want your choice of English Styles see our
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Fro'm .$3.50 to $8.00
AN UNFORGETABLE STORY.
A PERFECT CAST OF PLAY-
Complete original production from sketches by the famous ar-
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25c, 50c, 75c $1.00, $1.50
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OTTO F. MALCOLM 358 Maynard St.
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ANDREWS TO DELIVER FIRST
LECTURE FOR LYCEUM CLUB
G. Arthur Andrews, '13, delivers his
lecture "Blemished Fruit" on tiie Sun-
day lecture course of the First Bat-
tist church at Lansing today. This is
the first number that the Lyceum club
has furnished this year, but now that
the club has circulated its literature,
calls are commencing to come rapidly.
R. E. Olds, who recently furnished
testimonials for the Central Debating
League representatives of Michigan,
is a member of the Lyceum club, which
is interested in work along social im-'
provement lines. Such men as I
dents Mouck and Lancaster, of
state colleges, and IDrofessor He
son and Van Tyne, of the faculty,
lectured on this course.
Mass Meeting Report Correct
Through an error in reporting
mass meeting of Ann Arbor cit
at the court house Friday niga
speech regarding the impor
of suppressing the tendency
saloons to cater to stu
trade was credited to
D. W. Springer of the high school.
address was given by E. B. Manwa
and not by Mr. Springer, Who wa
sent from the city at the time
Late new ideas in
overcoats+ smart styles
especially designed for
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young men; made
Matinee and Night November 28
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and sold in the lowest
possible way, at the low-
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You cant do better in overcoats
than these; there are no better.
Overcoats $16.50 and up. Suits $18
"N Graduate or Undergraduate should miss Thomas W. Ross
in his new play "The Only Son"-Princeton Prisrcetonian.
Alter 510 times in Chicago
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