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RELIEF CO1DITITTEE DECIDES TO
GIVE ENTERTAINMENT IN ORD-
ER TO RAISE FUNDS.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I am fully aware of the fact that
there are several charitable campaigns
going on in our city, and each of
them will not fail to secure contribu-
tions. In one sense it is a great finan-
cial burden upon you at so short a
time, but in another sense it is your
unsurpassing pride that our city has
so great a spirit to give, a pride much
dearer and nobler than the economic
value of the dollars you contributed.
The China famine relief committee.
of the Chinese Students club of the
University of Michigan has proposed to
the committee of the European relief
campaign conducted by all the church-
es in Ann Arbor, that they may under-
take -a double function to relieve both
Europe and China, by conducting a
single campaign and proportioning
the contributions between Europe and
China as it sees fit.
Unfortunately, this proposal was re-
jected by all except the Baptist and
Episcopal churches, on the grounds
that this proposal was too late as the
campaign was too near:
The only way left to the China fam-
ine relief committee is to independent-
ly ask your generous help to save those
starving Chinese farmers who are
preyed upon by this terrible drought.
There are 45,000,000 people affected,
and about 80,000 are dying daily. They
eat roots, grasses, and some of them
drowned themselves, some of them,

suicided, and the rest are going to be
starved at any moment. One dollar
can save 10 lives in China, while it
can save only one in Europe, because
the standard of living in China is
AT THE THEATERS
TODAY ~
Majestie-Fatty Arbuckle in his
biggest hit, "The Round Up."
Arcade-Wallace Reid and Bebe
Daniels in their latest success,
"Sick Abed."
Wuerth - Warren Kerrigan 4n
"The Green Flame."
Orpheum-Frank Mayo in "The
Red Lane." Also Jack Demp-
sey in "Daredevil Jack," and a
comedy.
THIS WEEK
Stage
Whitney -- Saturday - Ralph
Dunbar's brilliant musical
drama, "Carmen," with, Lorna.
DoohneJackson in the lead.
Garrick (Detroit)-Barney Ber-
nard in "His Honor Abe Pot-
ash," that Montague Glass
,farce with the original New
York cast.
Schubert (Detroit) - Cecil Lean
production, "Look Who's
Here," a snappy musical com-
edy with Cleo Mayfield.

lower, and yet the lack of food is the
worst in the famine territory.
Failing to find any better ways and
means to approach all of you for your
help, the China famine committee, to-
gether with other organizations, will
give a public entertainment, the pro-
ceeds of which will 'go to the famine
relief funds. The date of the enter-
tainment will be announced later. It
is my sincere request that you will
not fail to attend oan that occasion and
be the saviors of another world be-
yond the Pacific.
Any contributions will be highly
appreciated, and may be sent to Miss'
H. L." Wong, 1328 Washtenaw avenue,
City. Phone 110-M.
G. T. NIE, Graduate.
(China Famine Relief Committee).
Sociedad Hispanica Elects Officers
At a meeting of La Sociedad His-
panica the following officers were
elected: President, Octave Antonio,
'21; vice-president, Dorothy Baisley,
'22; secretary, Harriet Wilson, '23,
School of Music; and Thompson
Stock, '21, treasurer.

YOU TELL 'EM MAIN
STREET, THEY ALL
TAKE LIBERTY.

SSCHEUR RT
CECIL LEAN
In "LOOK WHO'S HERE"

GA R R I c K
'D E T R O I T
BARNEY BERNARD
in "His Honor, Abe Potash
riptsal New York Cast

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Theatre

SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY NOV.

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Bizet's

Wonderful Masterpiece

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Typewriters of leading makes for
sale or rent. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.

IN ENGLISH

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"EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. Hill and State
STRICTLY HOME-COOKED
MEALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
FOR $5.00
REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK

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with Lorina Doono Jackson

in the title role

(You saw her last season as Alan-a-Dale in "Robin Hood")
SUPPORTED BY JAMES STEVENS AND NORMAN ARNOLD
ANDA COMPANY THAT IS 100 PER CENT AMERICAN

FOOTBALL
THANKSGIVING GAME
HOLLAND HI vs.'ANN ARROR HI
Holland Held Muskegon O to 0
Admission 60c Wines Field, 10:30 A. M.

Consisting of Sixty '

" Athletic
Equipment
For Every
And
Outdoor
Sport
Cstglozup on request
A. G SPALDING & BROS.
1 S. State St., Chicago, Ill.

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INCLUDING THE COMPANY'S OWN SYMPHOY ORCHESTRA

PRICES: 75c-$.O-$I.50-$202.O-$2.50

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a Cop!

Tom Moore is caught in the act
again -- caught "starting a riot of
laughter, this time with a screen inter-
pretation of one of the funniest shows
that ever made a hit on Broadway.
If you are partial to a high-class com-
edy, don't miss this film.

presents
TOMMOORE
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the Cohan Harris
Notable stage success by
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Directed by
HIry Beaumont.j
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"Edgar's I
Jonah Day"'

"The Bananra Special
Bray Comic

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