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November 18, 1923 - Image 8

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EIGHT TH-E 'MICHIGAN DAILY

SUXD A Y, NOEU3R 1S, 1121

Likens Cannibal
He Discovers I
"Lost Israeli

ites1W HAT'S GOING ON
SUND)AY
9 :30-U~niversity Men's bible class
meets in Upper room in Lane hail.
12 :00-Prof. Bruce Curry speak,, on
Ithe bible, Congregational church
rforum.
12:00-Baptist students' bible class
i meets at Guild house.
". :00-(Pltlippine-Mfieligau club iiectN
at Lane hall. Professor Hayden to
:10-11iiidustan club ,.meets in Lane
hail. Professor Hayden to speak.
5:30-B3aptist students social hour.
:3f}-J aain-Aieriecaii-night at Coon-
gregational Students' Fireside Chat.
:4-tudents' supper in..Uniitarians
Ichurch parlors.
6:30-Unitariaii students Union dis-
cusion under leadership of Dr. Slos-
son.
6 :30-Bapt ist students evening devo-
tional meeting.
7 :13-The Jewish Students' congre-
gation meets in Lane ball auditor-
ium. Rabbi Henry J. Blerkoritz will
speak.
7 :31- Prof. Bruce Curry speaks in
Methodist church.
Frank I-
ese days' MONDAY
an flesh 4 :30-Freshmen Girls' Glee C--:b in
e bill of B~arbour gymnasium.
hanege. 1

St rag glingr Feuedou an abundance of rain, it was' I wvish I had gone to M4adison, guess ia1cofrtoseheunora-T gtobd
H aunt Ann Arbor'lze that the football weather at Mad-'
ison was "perfect". Those who bum-h Paris, Nov. 17-(By A.P.)--Tire
Left behind and dejected, a few' med were to be envied, not pitied at Bourse directors attribute the unfav-
straggling remnants of the student this pretty turn of affairs.! orable market conditions to the Ruhr
Noon-oh, that I were in Madison,'situation, "accentuated by growing di-
body wandered around the -town yes- the common plaint. 2: 30-will the vergencies, in the French and Briti-Ai'
terday. Small comfort it was that the team win without me? 3 o'clock--,viewpoints".
Iweather had cleared-only an added well, I suppose I might as well" go,
reason for sorrow. "Why didn't I go down to the Union and watch the re-1I t's trL.3 efficiency to use Daily.
to Madison?" each person asked him-. suits come in. 6 o'clock-why wasn't Classifieds.-AnV,
elf., I there to see it all. Oh, well, there's'.-
Afera oleyof"Itod ou~'"a show at the Maj. 10 o'clock-gee,s Patronize The D~aily Advertisers.
the day before when the clouds pour-
ill _

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Capt. Frank Hfurley
New York, Nov. 1' -Capt.
Hurley is eating his meals the
back in the land where hums
isn't the choicest edible on the
fare. And it's an agreeable el
Hurley, internationally kn+
an aviator and explorer,.has
turned from a two-year, trip
wilds of New Guinea. Tphe
tion was made mostly by it
The 'sight of the "bird rn
frightened the natives greatly
ing to Hurley. But when. th
bers of the exploring partyc
earth the fright disappeared in
measure and many of thec
tribes met sort o' hankered foi
juicy meal at the expense of
two Of the more plump mem'
the party.

AT YOUR
SER VICE
You Will Aluayvs
COURTESY
QUALITY
and

Find

N.EW NECKWEAR
H UND.RE DS OF PATTERNS
SELECTED WITH ,SPECIAL CARE
FOR OUR COLLEGE TRADE
75c to $1.50,

own as
just re-
into the
explora-
irp lane.
ro ster"
accord-
camne to
ia great
can nibals
Sa nice
eone or
cbers of

TUE SOAY
4 :15--University Girls' Glee
meets in Barbour, gymnasium.

club

brought back much data concerns
them.
They explorer was official ph(
grapher with. the Shackleton expl
tion from 1914 to 1917 and later fl
from London to Australia with RB
Smith.
fLondon, Nov. 17-(By A.P.)-q
angora government intends to, fo

Hurley has reported to historians the abdication of the Caliph, says
that he found one tribe which mright Daily Telegraph's diplomatic Corr
be taken for lost Israelites. Hie pondent.

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college career c ounts
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Enter the insurance profession. Insurance-
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a national, historical institution -founded in
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growth and for the constructive activities of" the
Company in the development of the entire
insurance profession.
Insurance Companyv of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practically every form of insurance except life.

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