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September 29, 1919 - Image 8

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CAMPUS FEATURE
SUMMER SESSION,
NEW PROFESSORS ON FACULTY;
O7'STRUCTION BRISK ON
CAMPUS
The University closes one of its
most active summers in history, many
changes having taken place both in
the faculty and on the campus itself.

LAST TIMES TODAY
His big new picture of laughter and love, thrills and surprises.

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President Harry B. Hutchins will
continue as president of the Univer-
sity another year, it was announced
following a meeting of the Regents
this summer.
Prof. Willard T. Barbour of the Law
school resigned in 'the latter part of
June to accept a position on the fac-
ulty.of the Yale law school.
Following a ralary increase agita-
tion for 'several. years on the part of
"he University faculty, the Board of
Regents acted upon the matter, rals-
ng the pay of instructors and assist-
int professors 30 per cent 'and that
>f full professors 25 per cent.
Mrs. William Wheeler, a Victor art-
st and noted singer of oratorio and
concert music, will come to Ann Ar-
Ior this fall to head the vocal de-
partment of the University School of
Music, a position to which he has
been' appointed following the resigna-
tion of Mr. Theodore Harrison.
Lieut. Col. John P. Lucas, signal
corps; has been detailed as professor
of military science and tactics at the
University of Michigan.
In the interest of humanistic re-
search and having as its main object
the surveying of Caesar's ancient Eu-
ropean battlefields in the light of the
recent war, an expeditioi headed by
Prof. Francis W. Kelsey f the Lati
department, has left the University
for Europe and the near East. The
expedition has been made possible
by gifts tothe University.
Prof. Arthur Horace Blanchard of
Columbia university, has been chosen
by the Regents to fill the newly creat-
ed chair of highway engineering.
Professor Blanchard will have charge
of the course in highway engineering
formerly given by Prof. J, .. Cox, and
will also have supervision of a general
expansion in this department.
To the University of Michigan has
fallen the honor of having one of her
alumni appointed to the first profes-
sorship ever held by- an American on
the faculty of Oxford university. The
distinction comes through the person
of Prof. Stephen Herbert Langdon,
'98, whose appointment to succeed Dr.
A. H. Sayce as professor of Assyrio-
logy has been announced by the au-
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Can Douglas Fairbanks stay put? Sure-just like water stays on a duck's back!
cleans up everything from New York to the Mexican Border and then hops to Europe to
them how to handle a revolution. Can he do it? Well-you know Doug !

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Doug. has never been seen in a picture that approaches "HIS MAJESTY,
THE AMERICAN"-and that is saying something. It is the best gloom
killer in the world.--Detroit Newvs.
"HIS MAJESTY, THE AMERICAN" contains more thrills, action,
comedy and real heart interest than anything Fairbanks has ever done.-
Detroit Free Press.
HAVE YOU HEARD OUR NEW MUSICAL
INSTRUMENT-THE BARTOLA?
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY

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Adapted from Maude Fulton's sensational stage success and
presented in seven bubbling acts.

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IF YOU WERE RICH
AND ARISTOCRATIC
AND BEAUTIFUL-if
you wore a man s engage-
ment ring'-.WO U L D
YOU BE JEALOUS OF
A GIRL IN RAGS? An-
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reason. See this wonderful

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:llow's pipe. Take some other possession.
>ed up in his pipe is a fellow's peace of
a, his contentment. This is more than
Pipe, because then a good smoke is multi-
ver. Our special seasoning process takes
ring out all the sweetness and mellowness
ich briar. Just you go to any good dealer
good shapes. Put them in youriKrack.
every time, and you'll be well on your

No more admirable

personation than "The Brat"
could be found for Nazi-
mova, "the star of a thou-

screen production.

sand moods."

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As the little street waif and chorts-girl, in an American story, Nazimova has a ri
is different-she 'scores the greatest hit of her entire career according to all the critics.

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