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THE MICHIGAN DAILXi SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, S"13
l Fo merIow Prside t D scrbesWorkSta tedOn eys ai(Cnd ars)opento catch the thing y
Fo m rI w . rsd n esrb sW r tre nthat make for the. success of a book DR. W. *S MILLS
________ I The staff elected for the 1922-1923j OSEPTI PYIIA
Am rc n U iest-nin W r e b ry A n a nulof Prta oulder, '2.dto- 616 First Nat'l BkL Bldg.
"Michigan is the mother of state: cational campaign is needed here to Things have happened at Helen .n-c fie; Dorothy Bennetts, '23, busi 'Off;ce:Hours8P1-Fl
universities," was the way in which; inform Americans of the functions of Newberry~ Residence this year thlan ess manager; Charlotte HarrisonJ
' George E. MacLean, director of the ithc American University union, as will not be lost sight. of for the "1n2, joke editor, Florence Fuller, ''I_____________________
many Americans, particularly ex-ser- nual" staff is already at work. Snap- liiterary editor, Genevieve Booth, 26________________________
British division of the American Un- jvice men with government allowances, shots, jokes and a calendar of e'.ets art editor. SLEEP AYWHERE BUT
versity union in Europe, characterized are now studying abroad, are being collected every day in or- .-- - - --~---- A 'A I '
the University recently. Mfr. MacLean -'} der that the yearbook may be an inj, Ne w ak Club Slet il IUrtdo n
Is forypra dntofheUier , Mtropolitan Dales are Filed timate record of the year. Memrs of th- Newark club held THE CLUB LUNCH *
Fifeendaiy mtroolianwewsa- This book is an established custom their regular meeiginteU i71ArrSteti
The union was founded in .1917 to of Newberry Residence since the op- last night. After a discussion of Jursi- NerStt.'C'akaoSret
pers and several exchange papers arer
Interrelate the universities of theno fle inrm30ofUvrst ening of the dormitory. Every floor ess matters, nlans for the ensuing
United States with English and Con- has its chroniclers who keep ther year were formulated. Mchigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50
tietsuiesteadt nor hall, the journalism reading room, ______________________________________
tinnta unveritis, nd o ecou- Iwhere students of journalism may con-
age interchange of professors and Isult them for their class work.
graduate students. The University
of Michigan is a charter member of __________________________
the organization, and President Emer-s{}
itus liarrv B. Hutchins, at the time I A ''UI T It E H A T ER S
of the founding President of the Uni.a
versity, was for a time president of',f1
the union's board of trustees. j Screen-,Today
The offices of the union, maintained -
at London and Paris, serve as bu- j Arcade-Charles Ray in "The .
reaus of information, says Mr. Mac- Deuce of Spades"; comedy
Lean, among other functions. They; "Let 'Er Run," and sport re-
co-operate with the French govern- { vie A.
ment in determining the status in
France of recommendations from any Mjsi-hmsMihni
of the 516 universities and colleges in( "The Man Who Saw Tomor- s or Acd n
the United States.( row;" Ambassador orchestra
The union is an outgrowth of the and comedy "The Haunted { i
organization established for Ameni-) House." _Ic In Cfet Fi ca
can University men in Europe during)I
'he War. It is the only American war ( Orpheum-"The H-ills of Missing T ic
organization, of the sort to survive( Men," with J. P. McGowan; {eN lf
ir. France. { and comedy.
France, Great Britain, and Denmark AMI91
have established unions similar to Wuerth - D. W. Griffith's "Or- L LIII E
that of the United States, and similar phans of the Storm" with Li1-{-
movements are taking place in other i an and Dorothy Gish; cor--
countries. The national unions serve { edy and news.
as liasons for the universities of their
several countries jnd help to developx
"international-mindedness." Stage-Thiis Week
Mr. MacLean asserts that an edu-
Garrick (Detroit) -William Hod- j
20 per cent discount on Christmas j ge in "For All of Us."
card and stationery engraving ordersJ
received before November 10. Select Shubert - Michigan (Detroit) - I
from our large stock and avoid thei Bonstelle company in John
December rush. 0. D. Mrrill, 17 Galsworthy's "Justice."
ThanksgivingWllSon Be Her
IN advising you to GET YOU R ROASTER AT TH [E SPECIAL PRICES
pay by check we do S H OW NIN O-URWINDOW. THEY WILL NO T LAST
more than talk about L-ONG AT THESE PRICES.
service; we give it!
See the Special on the Mirro Aluminum Covered
Sauce Pan., Regular 90c; Special 59c, while-they
last. Get one quick!
ST A TE PRICES RIGHT-SERVICE PROMPT
SAVINGS BANK PANYgu DWW
MJain at Washington Tue Up-to-dre 1Hardh'are
Phone 1610 310 So. State
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