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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
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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-
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
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11:40 A.M. (C. T.)............2:00 P. M. (E. T.)
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5:00 P. M. (C. T.
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er today and guaran-
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. of candies, and efficient service
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Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor 8:10 A. M., (C. T.) and 4:41 P.
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