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I I h G iVi t '..1 '. "4 LJU L Y

INTERCHURCH WORLDI
M0VMENT NOT FAILURE
Boston, Mass., Nov. 16.-The Inter-
church World ,movement was "far
from a failure" in the opinion of
Bishop Thomas Nicholson of Chicago,
who today addressed the committee
on conservation and advance of the
Methodist Episcopal church. He add-
ed that a plan was afoot "to bring1
all interdenominational Protestant
forces together in a forward move-
ment of larger proportion than any yet
undertaken."
"The movement brought together
the Protestant churches in a co-oper-
ation never before known to them, and
actually resulted in the raising of
$155,000,000," said Bishop Nicholson.
"It has left a deepening conviction
throughout the nation that there must
be a perpetuation of the things %for'
which that movement stood. As chair-
man of the reorganization committee.
I can say that we have just completed
in New York a- three days' series of
conferences with various interdenom-
inational organizations. We found a
universal desire for the reorganiza-
tion and continuance of the Inter-
church movement either under that or
some other name.
"The meeting in New York last week
convinced me more than ever before
that the aims and ideals of the last
three years are desirable, profitable,
and workable. We shall learn by our
mistakes but we shall go forward on
large lines."
CUBAN CURRENCY WORN OUT;
NEW MONEY BEING DEMANDED
Havana, Nov. 16. - Americans in
Cuba have joined Cuban bankers and
business men in making fresh com-
plaint of the worn-out money in cir-
culation here. Except silver, the only
currency in use is American. It has
been changing hands so often that it
is tattered almost beyond the point
of recognition, and health experts have
declared that much of it is a public
menace.
Bills that once were green now are
brown and yellow. The edges are
frayed and the best small bills ob-
tainable even from banks is so fright-
fully filthy that If found in the States
would be quickly called in and de-
stroyed.
PROF. PHILLIPS TO SPEAK AT
TRUr D'b TV A NNUZ MEEr'TYrnr

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Screen
Majestic -- James Oliver Cur-
wood's great story, "Nomads
of the North."
Arcade - Dorothy Dalton in an
Adolph Zukor production,
"Half an Hour."
Wuerth-Earl Williams in "The
Purple Cipher."
Orplicum-Priscilla Dean in that
mammouth screen classic,
"The Virgin of Stamboul."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Barney Ber-
I nard in "His Honor Abe Pot-
ash," that Montague Glass
farce with the original New
York cast.
Schubert (Detroit) -- Walter
} Hampden in "Hamlet."
UNION REGISTRATIONS WILL
BE RECEIVED AT MAIN DESK
Union registrations will be received
at the main desk in the lobby instead
of in the student activities room as an-
nounced yesterday. This change has
been made in order that men may reg-
ister at any time they happen to be
in the building.
The desk in the lobby is open until
late each evening and it is expected
that this added convenience will speed
up registration. The regular desk
clerks are handling the registration.
LORCH LEAVES TO ATTEND
COUNCIL MEET IN ST. LOUIS
Prof. Emil Lorch, head of the arch-
itectural college, leaves today for a
meeting of the Council of Architectur-
al Registration boards which is being
held in St. Louis Thursday and Fri-
day this week.
Representatives from each of the 17
a state examination will be present.
Professor Lorch will open the pro-
gram of the meeting with a general
historical sketch of the council, ofa
which he Is president. He is also vice-
president of the Michigan state board
for the registration of architects, eng-
ineers, and surveyors, appointed by
Gov. Albert E. Sleeper.

Armenian Enterslop-
Mredical School ' WEDNESDAY I U R
} TNURDAY WUER1
Yesterday Elisha Gurdjian, an Ar-
menian from Smyrna, Turkey, shat-
tered another long distance college
attendance record when he appliedf,
for entrance to the Medical school of
the University.
He is late in entering because the
ship he embarked upon lost a propell-
or 200 miles out from the Azores and
was obliged to drift around until as-
sistance arrived. Reaching New York I
last week, Gurdjian met several Y.
M. C. A. men, among them a Michigan
alumnus. The latter sent Gurdjian on *
out here immediately.
Gurdjian's ambition is to follow the
study of medicine, and he has been ad-
mitted to the Medical school on his
qualifications. An Armenian, he grad-
uaterd from the International College . ,
of Smyrna with a record equal to an
all "A" grade. In addition to his
scholastic record he is somewhat of a
linguist, speaking Greek, Armenian,
French, Turkish, and English.
DIXIE CLUB TO HAVE SMOKER
THURSDAY NIGHT AT UNION
The Dixie club will hold a smok-
er at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening
at the Union. All members of the
club are expected to attend, and a,
cordial invitation is extended to other's-'
men from the south.
The group picture of the club for
the Michiganensian will be taken at
12:30 o'clock Friday at Rentschler's
studio.
The Kempr Music Studios --Pimo. IN
3rgan, and Voice Instruction. Es-
Iablisbed 1880. 312 S Division St1
"hone 212-1.-Adv.
He was alert for treachery, and he found it. He was

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Prof. D. S. Phillips, of the romance PRESIDENT BURTON PRESENT
language department, will speak at a AT EDUCATIONAL MEETING
meeting of the Circulo D'Annuzio at President Marion L. Burton is in
7 o'clock this evening in the rooms of NP r ken ingL. B u al meet-
the Cercle Francais. All old members New York attending the annual meet-
are urged to attend and visitors are ing of the Carnegie Foundation and
welcome. There will also be a short the 22nd conference of the Association
program and a business meeting aft- of American Universities. He will
erward. deliver an address at a dinner to be
given tomorrow evening at the Col-
Type writers for rent at the Sch.ool umbia -University club for the asso-
of Shortband. 711 No Univ. Ave -Adv. ciation delegates.

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THE DEVIL LAUGHED

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S CHUBERT
D ET ROIT
Walter Hampden
in SHAKESPEARES PLAYS
G EAR R l c
DETROIT
A. H. Woods presents
B4RNEY BERNARD
in "His Honor, Abe Potash"
TODAY AND TOMORROW
SEE
WHAT
SARI
SAW
-IN THE HAREM
-IN THE MOSQUE
-ON THE DESERT
-WHEN SHE LIFTED
HER VEIL
-ON THE STREET
OF MYSTERY
IN THE WONDERFUL
PRODUCTION
"THE VIRGIN
OF
STAMBOUL"
STARRING
PRISCILLA
DEAN
EXTRA ATTRACTIONS
JACK DEMPSEY
IN
"DAREDEVIL JACK"a
ALSO
MUTT AND JEFF

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