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THE MI1CHIGAN DAILY

500 REFUGEE S
R EAST WAR ZONE1

DELEGATES OF BUILING
LEAGUE RRIVE MONDAY

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EXPFACT 150T MEMBERS
MUAL CONVENTION
ON TUESDAY

FOR AN-
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A B * Y .. 1 ) L j fI ! I T '" E E L L A N,1 A 4 Eagain s ri i gYoar er orig inal 5cons and t dau ghtler w ere born to us;
TII . ) I'01? Cof, k CvHAlt'>PRiWNSH 9iPgoal.-ithy geizp id eagh ound a niche
She is Mrs. idela Hanna 66 years in theore u iv yeas fag oniy hus-
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 30.-Comple- od, of 1002 Cornwell ilhce, entered i e
tion of 72 holes of play over the Belle as a senior in the Literary college, band died. Some time later I went
Meade course today for the open specializing in French. Gray-haired, to S tteY; Washington, to visit a
championship of the Southern Golf and possessing tIhe digiity of maturity, brotherand my daughter. There I
association, found Abe Mitchell of the light o youth yet flashes in her entered th& University of Washington
England and Leo Diegel of New Or- blue eyes. nd coitplted my sophomore and
cans in a ti for first with "After g nfrom ghschool u rniirstudies; I could have graduated
scores of 280 each. The tie will he I taught grade school three years to thirc, h ad not forgotten my early
played off tomorrow in a 36 hole match Obtain mOney 'fomy Un rim m ambitionand so, here I am.
at medal play. cation," narrated Mrs. lanna. "1In And some day'as she crosses the
Those finishing behind Mitchell and 1876 I einroled as a freshman at i'a m nis this oldest student of Midh-
Diegel in the miqney were. French Michigan. There were but thirty girls igan will probably encounter dininu-
and Barnes 283, George Duncan, Eng- in the University then, and the men tvefifteei-year-old Marshall Skadden,
land, and John Farrell, Quaker took no painsf to hide their scorn for 421 Thompson street, a knee-pants
Ridge, New York, 286; Bobby Cruik- us. It's (uit different now, ish't it?" frie i a~n and the youngest student of
shank, Fnackamxon, N. J., 287; Mike she remar'ed, with a reminiscent the ,o

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Shop.

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Delegates to the thirty-fifth annual
convention of the Michigan Building
and Loan Association league are
scheduled to start arriving tomorrow
although the sessions of the conven-
tion proper do not start until Tuesday.
Most of the convention meetings will
be held in the Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A.
with headquarters at the Allenel hotel.
Provisions this year are being made
to take care of the wives of the dele-
gates and it is 4xpected that from the

Brady, Birmingham, Mich., and Wal-
ter Hagen, Detroit, 288; Jack Hutch-
inson and :Bob McDonald, Chicago,
290; Eddie Loos,-'Chicago, 292.

smile.
"I finished my first year success-
fully, but the death of my father
forced me to relinquish my hopes for
a higher education in my inimdia te
duty to my family. Six years later' I
married and settled down to live in
lily old homie town of Aurora. Two

1IHER'S PEN SHOP FOR
308 S. State St.

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80 state organizations which make up
the league there will be more than TAF
150; delegates. The first session will 50 YEARS ABSENCE
meet at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning
at which time Mayor George E. Lewis Fifty years ago a sixteen-year-old3
of Ann Arbor will give the welcome girl, just graduated from the Aurora,
address with a response by Win. H. Illinois, High School, set her heart
Peck, of Kalamazoo. This will be fol- on receiving the Bachelor of Arts de-
lowed by committee appointments gree from the University of Michigan.
and a report of the executive com- Today, after passing through the out-
mittee. ! standing experiences in life, she is
Now is the time to book
Jennedy's .rchestras
For House Parties After
Foot-Ball Games

LABORATORY COATS
VAN BOVEN AND CRESS
wil lP m T' Y AV I

HtoUs:a Whole Barrel Full of Ink
Not. a Barrel Full of Trouble

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TROYER LITCHFIELD ENTERING SMYRNA HARBOR AND, INSET,
Dr. Esther Lovejoy, directing medical relief work in the stricken city.
The U. S'. navy department has ordered every available warship in Eu-
ropean waters to the near east trouble, center to rescue refugees and
protect American nationals. Rear Admiral Mark L. Bristol is in com-
mand. Dr. Esther Lovejoy is in Sinyrna directing the medical relief1

ALL WE ASK

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THREE SENIORS, FIVE
NAMED ON BASIS
SCHOLARSHIP

J U M O RS .
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comment on recent court decisions.
The last three divisions are the work,
of the board of editors. Work on the
next issue, to appear in November,
will be started immediately.
1DESJITE ANXIETIES, MIIAEL
COLLUNS RAISED PRIZE DOGS
jBelfast, Sept, 30.--It is recorded that
in the midst of all the pre-occupations
and anxieties of the past six years, the
late Michael Collins, found time to keep
ip his one great interest outside thea
establishment of the Irish nation.
This was the breeding of his beloved
"Kerry Blues," a type of dog that
has become very popular in the past
year or two. Even when on the run
wnd later during his bitter fight with
Eamonn' de Valera, Collins is said to'
have found time occasionally to attend
to his hobby.

Eat here once and if you aren't a reg-
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reason, why.

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We have been
talking toe
Medical
Students
these first days
but we have
remembered
all the others
salso.
You will be
convinced
of this fact
when you see
our display
of the
many things
you need
and like.
"TJhe Quarry
Drug and Prescription Store
G CLAUDE DRAKE
PROPRIETOR
Ph~one 308

Appointments for this year's board
of the Michigan Law Review wer9
made Friday at a meeting of the fac-.
ulty of the Law department. The men
appointed -were as follows: Juniors,
NT. Frogner, V. H. DeBaeke, and
J. P. Dawson, B. E. Schumacher, A.
George Daimann; Seniors, J. W..Bird,
B. J. Smith and F. M. Parrish. These
appointments are dteermined on thej
basis of scholastic ability.
The above men, together with 10
held over from last year, constitute

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Delivery at night

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e board and handle the writing of a I the Chinese Gardens, 106 S. Main st.
rge part of the Review. The Law -Adv.
view consists of four main parts,
ading articles, book reviews, notes 'Ask a user; he- will tell-.you -Rider's
d comment on legal problems, and "Masterpen" is the best.--Adv.

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CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY
- - 2:00 - 11:00 P. M. - -
From Mation Picture News:
"Nothing quite so delightfully
human, truly hurorous, likable
and entertaining has come thru
this season.
"Mr. Arliss as a comedian is
a revelation. His pantomime is
expressive and subtle; his char-
acterization is always sharply
defined and always pleasing.
"There is a fine cast of types
and a fine co-ordination of effort
in every role."

THE SECOND OF OUR BIG FALL SPECIALS. WATCH F0 .THEM! SEE TH EM

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From Exhibitor's Trade Review:
"The comedy situations are in-
numerable and the humor is
clean and cleverly presented.
"The interest is sustained to
the end without being forced in
any way. The continuity and
direction are excellent.
"George Arliss in a new guise
rises to great heights. He is
splendidly cast in a role of new .
appeal. The supporting cast is
well chosen and des good
work."

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a Special Display of
Men's Footwear
daring the week of October 2nd to 7th
at the establishment off
ARTHUR F. MARQUARD
608 East Liberty
Mr: John A. Murphy of the Fyfe Store will
be in charge. Mr. H. C. Mack will assist.
Many interesting new models will be introduc-
ed including the creased vamp oxford shown
below.

From the Film Daily:
"Because George Arliss' latest
offering not only establisheshin
as one of the best screen actors
of the, day,,but even goes a step
further. It really puts Arliss in
a class by himself.
"It is the kind of picture that
sends you out of the theatre
wholly satisfied and pleased
with everything. It is a de-
lightful, human and humorous
entertainment thatncannot fail
to please.
"DON'T LET THIS ONE GET
BY IF YOU CAN HELP IT."
From Moving Picture World:
"This is a picture with an ex-
ceptional appeal-that afforded
by splendid acting and direct-
ing of a very human story.
"As one of, the shrewdest,,
most intellectual actors of the
screen, George Arliss is perfect-
ly suited to the leading part,

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would create a more genuinely
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other, in rapid succession, so
well acted andeso skillfully di-,-
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made to feel as if present in a
real-life occurrence."

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