THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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UNITS OF AMERICAN E E G 10 O.
TO TAKE PART
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Large Public Gatherings and Symbolic
Pageants Will Be Included
broadening the minds of the Africans,
Chinese, Japanese and other rising
countries. I have made as much as
$125 in three weeks on the book."
Dr. Lovell feels especially free to
go at this time. His more practical
occupation of cobbling shoes, it is good business manager, a bright young
feared, will be seriously hindered man who wants to make money. Har-
shortly, due to certain mundane com- vard, Yale, Kokomo, all the larger
plication. "Now is the time," Dr. Lo- colleges are calling me. I shall speak
vell says, "for me to branch forth in- on Philosophy, Ethics and Common
to my literary work. All I need is ,a Sense-especially common sense."
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Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 25.-Posts of
the American Legion throughout the
United States are arranging for cele-
brating the third anniversary of Arm-
:stice Day. The national headquarters
of the Legion here has received infor-
anation from the posts and from units
of the Women's Auxiliary which indi-
oates that interest in the proper ob-
servation of this new American holi-
lay is widespread.
Large public meetings are being ar-
ranged in many communities and more
han a thousand Legion posts will stage
symbolic pageants. Plans have also
been completed for large meetings in
Vew York, San Francisco and Chi-
,ago at which the audiences, by means'
f amplifiers used in connection with
long distance telephone wires, will
'ear the addresses made at the buria'
services in Washington for an un-
Emery Issues Statement
John G. Emery, national command-
r of the Legion, today issued-the fol-
owing statement to Legionnaires re-
garding Armistice Day celebrations.
"At eleven o'clock in the morning
of Nov. 11, 1918 an entire world, weary
,nd worn, bent under the disaster
of the world's war, knelt in thanks to
rod. The guns ceased booming. The
roar of their firing no longer smashee
around the world in terrible thunder
A new note was in the air, high, clear
and strong, a symphony of Joy. A
new hope was in every heart, a hope
'nd a prayer that the fighting of nation
against nation, of people against
people had ended for all time.
Let's Go Back in Spirit
"Three years have passed. We are
?.bout to celebrate the third anniver-
sary of that occasion when, for the
last time, the runner dashed across
the field of death and carried to the
farthest outpost the order 'cease figtit-
ng.' We want to go back in spirit
and thought to that grand moment
We want to recall, in full, the purpose
common to every one at that moment
to do each his or her share to make
impossible, ever again, such a dis-
aster. Let us do this in celebrations
that will include every American citi-
Remember Our Heroes
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"We want to recall. the thrill that
came to each of us, whether at the'
front or at home, in the knowledge
that we had done our duty. We want
especially to turn aside from the rou-
tine of daily life and to remember the
sacrifices of those whose pride is that
they gave of their dearest and best,
and of those among us, torn and
crippled, who gave of themselves.
These are heroes-our living monu-
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Dr. Tom Lovell, lieutenant colonel
of archery, author and philosopher'
has again sprung into prominence.
Dr. Lovell would go on a .lecture
tour. "I feel that I could make mil-'
lions in it," Dr. Lovell said yester-
day. All I need is a business man-
Dr. Lovell has received informa-
tion to the effect that all of the larg-
er. universities are holding open pos-
sible engagements with General
Pershing, Herbert Hoover and other
famous men in hopes of obtaining an
engagement date with Dr. Lovell.
"I have become very famous," Dr.
Lovell said, "through my book, 'The
Educator,' which is now being used
as a text in Harvard, Princeton, Yale
and Oxford college, England, and is
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