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April 04, 1922 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-04

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rldron Writes Novel With
)f Settings In Ann Arbor

esent
ed in
y his-
"Out-
e are
ifn in
ly in
.ccur- .

Al
ting,
an
the (

is'

h nearly half of its set-
Ann Arbor, written by
hias. been published by
mpany. The title is "The
World," and the writer
ron, '05.
students, students who
'ywhere and done every-
s, preachers, book-
typesetters, farmers,
w Zealanders and New

he unity .of the human agents, sailor
t his book." Chinamen, N
Yorkers-unf,
President Inaugurated glibly at stre
Penn., April 3.-Dr. oveyances,' S
Gaker of Pittsburgh, meydcs,' poS
ugurated twenty-pithpmedic,' 'poly
nleasant bus

verses, articles frivolous and serious,
interviews, advertising, book reviews,
editorials-and at least five plays.'
"During the latter part of the war,
Mr. Waldron was European editor for
Collier's, and he says that 'a few days
after the armistice I sneaked across
the border into Germany (contrary to
French military orders), dodging ma-
chine-gun 'bullets and hand-grenades
in the Sparticist fighting, interviewed
Kurt Eisner, Liebknecht, Rosa Luxem-
bourg, Prince Max, Ebert and Schei-
demann, and wrote the first series, of
magazine articles on the German
revolution published in this country.'
"Born in Michigan in 1883, an alum-
nus of the Univerdity of Michigan
('05), Mr. Waldron has managed to
crowd the following occupations into
his years: baggage-rustler, teacher in
a reform school, clerk in a hardware
store, assistant United States Indian
Agent, college instructor, piler in a
lumber-yard."

i

Here are cool smok
-sunmripeied tobacco
-fragrant aroma
-savor and flavor
Every day, more men say
In-COM-pa-ra-bly fine!

11

hadi
5

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and n
set b
had a

ut nai conceaed Dy
trees and vines had
lity."
.in the window of
re.."
ch 77. The Modern
ory......71
...Stan mailed home

French
a copy
elected

Va cation
A visit to our store will convince you that we
with which you can enjoy your vacation with
comfort. Some of the items are
Tom Wye Knit Coats, Sweaters and Spor

..a 1 ..,
_picture
and iw
I atmos,
lore a:
ing-ho,

long
nces,

I

Breeches and- Sport
hiking and all outing wear and in
Breeches from $2.25 to $12.50.

a.r
rse':

.ser

for riding,
materials.

in word pie
into memori
ay. The Micl
in Waldron'E
was probably
1 in all, the
ave changed
asms and

Shoes, Wool Socks and
Water Proof and High-Ti

Shu4 for

and

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nents of
interndl
angingc

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been
a~s no

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are
of t

o. D. Wool Army Shirts, Underwear, I
Canoe Blankets, Auto E
Army Blanket
Haversacks, Pack-rolls, Canteens, Mesr
Squad and Wall Tents, Ponchos,
Cravenettes, Rubber Boots
Space permits mentioning but a few of the
stock. Anticipate your wants early thereby a
endrush.
Surplus Supis Store, "
"It pays to walk a feltp blocks"

., ',1

uliar
e of

the

t.

will not be u
who read it.
Put
.. A publisher
Waldron, the
through the u
so!) 'of jourr
copy on the
since he was
own words ,

:ly forgotten by those
her's Note;
note says: "Webb
author, has worked
al variety (only more
stic and advertising
y to his first novel;
welve he has, in his
'itten, or ' written at
ng --short stories,

e
$9 Fr x$10

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University of flick

BURTON, WHITNEY TO ADDRESS
SCHOOLS ON MICIIGAN DAY
President Marion L. bqurton and
Dean 4. S. Whitney of the schiool of
education, will be the speakers for
Michigan Day in the Detroit public
Central high school auditorium. It
will be open to intermediate and high
school teachers, principals and super-
visors.
A reception and informal dinner will
be given President and Mrs. Burton in
the evening in the ball room of the
Statler by Michigan alumni. This is
'President Burton's first appearance at
a joint alpmni program of men and
women.

SPRING

VAC

Why not travel

THE

ANN,

ARBOR

Un excelled Train

For accommodation of returning students Friday, April 7th,' account Spring V
vice to Toledo will prevail:

STER

Lv. Ann Arbor Arr. Toledo
11:40 A.M. (C. T.)............2:00 P. M. (E. T.)

2:00 P. IN. (C. T
5:00 P. M. (C. T.

y

Easter Candy

S'PECIAL SERVICE
Special train will leave Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M., (C. T.) arriving Toledo, 2:00 P. N
no stops between Ann Arbor and Toledo. This train will make all connections for eas
Toledo and will handle passengers ONLY for Toledo and points beyond.
Train No. 52 teaving Ann Arbor 4:30 P. M. (C. T.) will be held until 5:00 P. M., (C.
for the 'accommodation of students.
Would also suggest purchase of .railroad tickets in advance, so as to avoid unnecess
fusion at train time.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS

arefu1Iy packed

.es.

".
"

0
S

ake yoi
livery
fy.

er today and guaran-
tever time and place

. of candies, and efficient service
enjoyed on former Easters.

Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor 8:10 A. M., (C. T.) and 4:41 P.
ing with Grand Trunk, Michigah Central, Pere Marquette, and G -R. & I. for all prin
lower and upper peninsula of Michigan.
In order to assure making connections with other roads a first section of train N
leaving Ann Arbor promptly at 4:41 P. I, (C. T.), for Owosso, Mich., stopping at in
discharge passengers.
TRY OUR "ACROSS LAKE ROUTE"
In traveling to destinations in Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula of Michigan four m
ships,' splendidly equipped, in service year round between ports of Frankfort,. Michiga
Manistique, Michigan ewaunee, Wiscon
Menominee, Michigan Manitowoe, WIsCo
For information regarding Fares, Train Schedules, Steamship Service, Reservation
Elliott, Ticket Agent, Ann Arbor Station.
E. W. Wells, Traveling, Passenger Agent, will be at the Michigan Union or Ann Arb
7, and will also be glad to furnish any information necessary in connection with above

M., (C.

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