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THE MICHIGAN D/

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tembers of the D. A.R estab-
.oan fund for Michigan stu-;
tonor of Mrs. Sarah Caswell,
f the chapter, at their quart-
alal meeting Thursday after-
the Assembly hall of the
oans of $100 will be made to
cents, and if possible the
vill be raised to five later in
UB CHANGES NAME;
NS FOR YEAR ANNOUNCED
Chorus of Womens voices is
name taken by the School of
rls' Glee club. Unaccompan-
.s work will be a feature of
of the organization. Plans
formulated for a concert to
iere in February aid a trip
ring vacation.
ze our Advertisers.-Adv..

PEGION SPONSORS
[embers Contend Sweet Bill Fails InI
Aiding All Needy Service
Men
ELEGATES FROM 11,000 POSTS
WILL ATTEND CONVENTIONr

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Po sUniversity of Michigan, told a hard
luck story, and was given $15.
TWheedles Money Now comes a report of the same
Richard Bush, operating at Long
Posing as a member of the Universi- Beach, CAlif., who called upon the
ty faculty, a man giving the name of father of a Michigan student and put
Richard Bush is going about the count- up a hard luck story similar to the
one told in Chicago this summer. He
ry getting loans of money from the ot a chco t0s.e.H
parents of Michigan students. No description has been given of the
Two cases are reported of the oper- culprit except that he has a strong
ations of Bush. Last summer he was German accent. Apparently, though,
he is in close touch with affairs at the
in Chicago and visited the mother of University, because he usually gives
a Michigan student there, claimed he the parents plausible information
used to he her son's nrofessor at the about their sons.

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If you are thirsty,
or
If you just need a friend,
Drop in at that. friendly place.
'TUT T'LE'S LUNCH ROOM

you are hungry,
or

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Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 17.-Nation-
al headquarters of the American Le-
gion announced today that it is ex-
pected that the Legion will, in its
third annual convention at Kansas
City beginning Oct. 31, reaffirm its
stand for adjusted compensation for
veterans. Headquarters predicts that
the convention will lay plans for a
'fight to the finish" on' that issue be-I
fore Congress and that it will take
steps to relieve distress among 900,-
000 ex-service men who are reported
to be unemployed.
More than 1,000 voting delegates
will be present, representing 11,000
posts of the Legion. . Preparations
have been made to care for 100,000 out-
of-town visitors in Kansas City during
the convention. '
To Brlng Up Other Isues
A survey of Legion sentiment
throughout the country as expressed
in instructions to delegates and in
actions by state anid county conven-
ti"ns"of the Legionreveals, says the
announcement, the following addition-
al issues on which it is likely the
national Legion assempiy will declare

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Matinees: 2:00 and 3:30
Evenings: 7:00 and 8:30
Last Showing
TODAY

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A Fascinating Story of New York Today

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ADVANCED
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TRAINING
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NDAY AND THURSDAY
EVENINGS'
Class Commences
OCTOBER 24

IT IS A STORY THAT GIVES THE ANSWER TO
WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW
AND WHAT EVERY MAN THINKS HE KNOWS.

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itself:
It is ;heldacertgin at headquarters
that immediate action will be taken
for temporary if not permanent relief
of the jobless veteran. A national com-
mittee of the organization has been
making a study of relief measures fol-
lowing a country-wide survey.
It is affirmed by some members of
the Legion that passage of the Sweet
bill, creating the Veteran's Bureau,
has not fully overcome all the dffi-
culties which have prevented disabled
men from obtaining all their rights,
and this question will be considered.
In each of the 14 regional districts
of the Veterans' Bureau a representa-
tive of the Legion has been assisting
the bureau in adjusting points between
posts and individuals. These repre-
sentatives will be able, to present to
the convention reports showing just
what the new bureau is or is not do-
ing.

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4 AN ALL-STAR CAST INCLUDING

DORIS MAY

AD HOBART BOSWORTH

- COMEDY SPECIAL
"LET ME EXPLAIN"
THIS IS ONE OF
THE SEASON'S BEST SHOWS.

TOPICS OF THE DAY
AND
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

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ANN'S

MALTED
MILKS

Passes State Conventions
3 Further plans for obtaining passage
of the Federal-adjusted compensation
bill are to be considered. Legion rep-
resentatives say that almost every
state convention since the recommit-
ment of the measures has passed reso-
lutions of firmest support for its policy
of pushing the bill. The organization's
national legislative committee will pre-
sent a report on the subject with re-
commendations for further procedure.

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Professor Hobbs in India Next Monthl
Word has been received that Profes-
sor W. H. Hobbs of the Geology de-
partment is expected to arrive in Cal-
cutta, India, by Nov. 11. Professor
Hobbs is on a geological expedition
around the world, his expenses being
paid from a fund provided by ex-
Governor Charles S. Osborne.
Have you been to the Packard this
year?-Adv.
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