100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

June 03, 1923 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1923-06-03

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

~THE MICHIGANDAILY _____

Ifrom PRage Nine) I
'Mrs. Rhead; "Andan-
letti), Miss Struble;
Vore Stately Mansions"
r. and Mrs. Wheeler.
nd Dr. Dewey; "Cross-
Willeby), Mr. Wheeler;
!Mrs. Rhead.
tSea" will be the ser-
Rev. L. A. Barrett at
byterian Church. Young
ir will begin at 5:30~
open to all y-oung peo-1
-bor. Lucile Welty will
itian Endeavor Meeting
k, in a discussion on
ve in Jesus; What Hle

St. .Andrew's Church at 8 o'clock this1
morning. At 10:30 o'clock~ Rev. Lewis'
will speak on "What of the Apostles'
Creed?" There will be no Evening
prayer at 5:30 o'clock. At 5:45 o'clock I
members of Hobart Guild and their
friends will leave Harris Hall for a
hlike and supper outdoors. There will1
be open house WNednesday from 4 to I
6 o'clock at Harris Hall, and HolyI
Communion at Williams Memorial
Chapel, Harris Fall, on Thursday at'
7:15 o'clock.
"Some Gli-mpes into the hereafter"
will be the subject. of Rev. L. F.
Gunderman's sermon at the Trinity l,
Lutheran Church this morning. Bible
school will be held at 10 30 o'clock.
ARMBMANSITUENT TAIRS 01"
FOF ) iweV, 'e'' VK DIPLOM3AT
(Cotninued from Page Nine)
and the leading administrator of thet
deportation and massacre of a mrillionI

Armenians, was shot dead by an Ar- was a heroic deed. The rising blood
menian student in Berlin. of a million Armenian souls demand-
Dr. Fouad Bey presumably considier-' ed it.
,ed himself as a Talaat and upon this, Armienians Displeased
happy thought gave_ out the alarm to IAtraID.PudByi o a
the Detroit city officials In order that; laat evntogaTuf.HsM d
Ise igh be ive a uardtha hewould not be worth even the price of
might not be terrorized by the sawse a bullet. And if it was worthy, how
Armeniiarn youth who is said to live in, could the IUniversity guard, so shame-
Michigan. But such an alarm is 1n0-I lessly sent to guard him, prevent it.'
thing;ibut propaganda, pure and siun- Certa inlhsato of the authorities,
ple, to make. one believe that the Turk did not please the Armenian students
is a kind, peaceful and 'honest gcfltle;. on the campus. And I only regret to
man. say that the University authorities
The assassination of Talaat does; were taken by the same alarm as the
by no means make the Armenian; common people.!
youth a terrorist. Who would not sa- --*** ---
lueas a. hero an American, French-
! nHar, or an Englishman 'wrho would
have killed the Kaiser during or im- '
Perhaps Germans hwould not. Who did dand
not justify the assassination of Talpat
except the Turks? Even the Berlin:'
government justified the deed by let-
ting the Armenian youth go free. It .

{
t
t

3to Me."
y -11, uio

will be taken at[

j

i+ Yi4 :aMni4 WY Y tY h/Yf w ! - ."-.-v_ ___> :. y.... 1

G~aets

Wve have several styles that
are in a class by themnselves-
Sand, Beige, Grey and Coffee
shades, priced from $850 to $10-00
with leather or comoiinsles
from $x"50 to $1O00Per pair.

~~r.
TIA stunning style comles

This will appeal to
a good buy on the

Jap Military Missiont Visits Franmce Bureau Publishes New Traffi
Cologne, June 1-(By A.P1.)-A Jap- SOURt Ste. Marie; June 1--(]
anese military mission-a general, a -The Bureau of NavigationI
colonel and a captain-are reported to ',lui 1hlllllllI~lfll!
have arrived at Dlusseldorf, French'
Riuhr headquarters; lat~r the japan- -
ese are to go to Coblcnz.
New "Baas MB"ll" l ^is veliclns
Lansing, ,June 1-(Py A.P.)---Thze-
"bus bill" signed by the governor. pro -
vides all automative vehicles oi~erat-
ed for hire on the pubalic highw1tays :
must come under regul at ins of thel-00
JMichigan Public Utilities commission.
mldw
s anyoneiootking for,
fast-growing West
GMs. Floors are Alli E
)n the frst floor an
ary oin the second.
.ce, soft Water, g as $ OC
is 44 x 108. An in- E
[ please you9 Priced
.XUVSTINE/
Phone 835J-1
835-J-2, 2738, 4864J 1 604 E. Liberty
'"rl11111111111911 1161111 Qs1111111

Sport

Rnles]
y' A.P.)
Is pub-

Side.

Very p
for
Spring
and Su

ihas six roc

JS SHOW YOU

oakc., Finish is oakc

mahogany

and iv(

'There

is a firepla(

One
Price

X3O

in a coffee shade.

Strap

heater, attic.

Lot

can also be warn around

the ankle.
per pair.

Priced at $9.54

spection of this will
at only $8,200.

_ - .

I . is Low Heel Wide
Stapis unusually attractive and decidedly differ-
ent. The, strap i5fringed and fastenis with
two .bu ttonB.

MRS.(

C -N I A TROUSERS

REA

717' Nat'l Bank

Evenings and Sunday

604 E.LI

In Three r
Comb!intilons

BILACK 5SAT1IN and PATIENT LEATHERI
GREY CALF and BLACK....... .. ...
SAND CALF and BROW......

$10.00 per pair
$8.50 per pair
$8,400 per pair

123
Ec-St

Ann

Arbor.
Mich.

Liberty St.

vacatio,

Needs

0
, i Its dour

-. ,.
t ^, 1 1 k " ' .,
. "

... " .

Bathing Suits,

Knit Coats

and Sweaters in.

/

/

To rnWye and Bradley line,
all kinds for

SECON,,D

HAND

I

mlen,

ladies and children.

''

II

-'I

I

'.

Knickers and Breeches in large assortment for
ladies and men.
White Duck, Linen and Khaki Trousers, Sport
Suits, Caps, Hats ,etc.
IMING $ SHOES, Wool ;pocks, Golf Rose, Leggings,
Puttees, Officers' Dress and Army Shoes, Tennis
Shoes, Waterproof and H-ighu-Top Moccasin Pack
Shu for ladies and men.

l

0. D. Wool, Khaki, and fine Pop;*n, Army Shirts, Pongee Dress anti Sport Shirts.

It Wl 4

You !

All kinds of Underwear. Cravenettes,

Rain Coats,"Sllcierfs and Ponchos.

id, or Armay Mosquito_ Tents.

We have all kinds in many. sizes. A large stock, always
ready to serve you with Reg. Wall, Auto-Touro, Pyra-
$i~2.75 up.

.. ...

cano Ia tsCushions, Auto

p

Robes, Army BJaukets

napsacks,

Barracks

Bag"s, Canteef s, Mess Cans, Grills,

wes, Serving

Sets,

"Gold M ed al am

Furniture,"

s, $3.25, Stools, 'Tables, etc.

_ i

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan