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October 20, 1923 - Image 14

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~iTHE MICHIGAN DAILY SAT

roGV AE RABBI TO SPEAK a fWINNGPSTR
TO ME09NCESUNDWAY EVENING N1WIIG OTp
7ITO SWELL FUN ,1 Rabbi Mich~ael Jaaronsohn, re- SO N IH P IfO
--- cent graduate of the Hebrew UnionI
OJICllg'ERA rTo FU.RN. college and nowa field worker ofth! Winning designs; in the dimles post-
FOR 1'A FFAIR llt Union of American Hebrew Congre-; or contest a re an display in the win- I
6;' . SII'I gations, will speak at 7:15 o'clock dow of tWahr s Book Shop on State3
I YNSU Sunday evening in Lane hall underl Street. ejc the three posters talc-1
*the auspices of the Jewish Student ing pr'izes, others deQserving of Inerft .
ad patronesses for the! Congregation of the University. His lave been placed in the window.
is to be given from 9 to' subject is to be the "League of:l The p)oster winning first prize wasI
jsenigaWaranYouth". drawn by Alvin Wofson, '25L, and
Riabbi Aaronsohn, rwho is blind, lost Is (lone inl three colors, the m~aize and
for the benefit of the a n198 u blue being predominant. A smaller
au fundc, will include returedes meicfgh tinid the ldlctionof the winning post'er done
agueL.B rtn n Mrs. ratbine to Arica andis contiebrw nue i in black, gold and red has also been
no .B rtnadliilastdeatteH re U- plac~ed with the display.
aJohn 1Z. Ffsiuiger andIn ogeliCcnatfmwhh The poster s will remain on display1
,Dear. Jo eph' A. B - ! he was graduated with honors in 19 uni odymrnn.Poorp
B"Irsley, Dern Jean Ilam- 23. He has since been a field worker plates of several of the characters in
a~anBloo andthe anad was recently a speaker before costume have been naule and will be
y bardi of tie W'omen's the Temple Beth-El's Men's Club in dis'l)a Ted during the week-end of the
T obias. J. DiekhLloff and Detroit.Minstgae
1, Dean WVilbur. R. Hum-!; -- Mneot ae
Mrs. 1Iumplireys, Prof. SPANISH SOG IETY a
ain ad Ms.Rankin ILILL
Mrs ANOUNJT1S TALkS AUMNI G . ORUNES
Mr. and Mr,_. It'reder ick j
_to be given at intervals throughout, AS~ ~IO H N E
gte afaris atobefurn~s- A ere1f i llsrae ecue
ge' rhsr f the year, was announced recently at ;
played lin rn Arbor soy--
at ear Tiket ma bethe second meeting of the Spanish so- I Hawley Tapping, '16L, field secre-
Brorgmaum atIciety in Tappa aleerlsek tary of the Alumni association, yester-1
~6ot in nivrsit .El era of nite have been secured, among' day announced that the University of}
ib~ay an frm War'sthem Miss Kathereen Scudder, who is Mcia lbo rn rvre
J~rir n bok tore on The pir' a graduate student at this University.'headquarters at .Traverse City, Michi-
$1.00 per couple. She will talk on "Madrid", and has, g uwstefrtclbt;aiyte
e irtofseeallaeslides to accompany her lecture. new articles of association, embody-I
elh are to; be TeSansrlycmn n ac n the reorganization of the Alumni
ThveanshPlthconis n a sscitin
uii rdor 12, instead of Jan. 23, as announcedascain
dl the eague gwill be accompanied by two short HaodIts 1,wsrelcd
______________plays, "El Maribo de la Tellez" by, president of the club. This club will
Bebevente, and "Mas Vale Tarde" by~ entertain President Marion L. Burton;
Stampede Before Jail E. J. Menester. on Oct. 29.'
t. 19.-(y A. P.)-Excit-1 Last year the Spanish Play was too
)ccrre ousid: M. Jylong and required too much time for Ford to Meet Lloyd George
today whlen crowds of rehearsal, and it is thought, that sev.-j Cleveland, Oct. 19.--(3y' A. P.)-

DIRECTORY OUT
NOV EMBER FIRST
The official students directory, is in;
press now and only waiting for "read-
ing of proofs. It will toe on sale. on.
the campus by the first of next m onth,j
containing a list, of the faculty mem-
bers and students with their tele-1
phone numbers and addresses.

All contents of the new director!y
have been carefully checked over andt
revised, in this way eliminating mn
of the mistakes which occurre~d in.
the directory last year. It will be pub-!
lihsed with an orange cover.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
Classifieds.-Adv.j
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SUNDAY EVENING LUNCHEON

Phone Reservations for Future
Football Games at Once

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gregated i an effort to eral s8iort plays will prove much more 1-enry Fiord will come here to meet
remnoval of hungcr' sfrik-! satisfactory.. Lloyd George next Tuesday, according
ers. The troops failed to to a letter received by Edwin S. Grif-
secs ad sotswer fied, It's true efficiency to use Daily fiths, chairnan of the local, commit-
stamp1,edle in which many, Classifieds.--Adv. Iteo ragmn
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