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dignified Oxford scholar, noted for his
attainments as a mathematical in-'
structor. Professor Dodgson invented
Alice for the amusement of the three
small daughters of Dean Liddell of
Oxford. It was not until long after-
wards that he conceived the idea of
printing the stories and of thus giv-
ing to the children of the English
Speaking world their classic litera-
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Ann Arbor is to have her picture
taken today as a part of the motion
pictures of this state, which will be
kept in the National Museum of Mo-
tion pictures. The pictures taken of
Ann Arbor will also be shown at a
local theater in about three weeks.
These films are being taken through-
out the United States .by the Tisdale
Film Co. for educational purpose.. v-
ery city in the state having over 10,000
population and each industrial plant
of more than ordinary importance will
be taken as a part of this state's pic-
tures and will be kept at the museum
in New York.
The two films that are to' be taken
of Ann Arbor will include all the
prominent parts of the campus, group
pictures of many members of the fac-
ulty, several fraternities, the hospitals,
the Union and many general pictures
of the city. These pictures will be
shown at one of the local theaters as
soon as they are-completed and will
then become a part' of the pictures of
this state in the Museum at Ne~W York,
where films of all the states in the
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COMING IN FILMS1
SUMMER SESSION 1920
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS ALARMING
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States at once.- Why not plan to teach and thus serve your
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n 12:30 "Alice in Wonderland," the film ver?
ernoon. sion of which will be shown Monday,
society May 31, in Hill auditorium, is to aid
at Gra- the Bryn Mawr college and Smith
Union college funds.
The original' pook was written, as
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