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ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPEAKS kT
ES THURSDAY

T'HEY'LL STAR IN "COTTON STOCKINGS"
TO PLA YNEX 12WEEKIN WHI TNE Y THEA TRE

Llwai

cago Pastor 19 Famous as Wax
W1orker, and Author of
Books
K: ID IN, '24, PRESIDES
RtEAMIN1G COOLIDGEVS NOTE
r. Charles W. Gilkey, Pastor of the
e Park Baptist church in Chicago,
was the speaker at the Thanks-
ig Ujniversity Services, held in
SAuditorium Thursday under the
pices of the University Services
nmittee of the' S.C.A.
r. Gilkey is one of the foremost
aker~s in and about Chicago, where
is famous both as a religious and
a political thinker. He is the offi-
pastor. for. the University of
cago. He has been in Ann Arbor
oral times before, his last appear-
c being over a year ago under the
pices of the Wesleyan' Guild of
Methodist church.
The time has now come," said Dr.
~ey, "for us to ask why we have
ni selected above the remainder of
peoples of the world, and the
s of the Gods showered upon: us.
that, in other word s, is due, this
sperity of the Americas?". He also
ried the lack of self control
ng the present day American col-
,generation, saying that we were
only people of the world whose
nger people were not radical pro-
ssives and free thinkers.
There are many men today who are
m iade men, and who worship
it creator," he continued. "One

OPENI NG SESSION
(Continued from Page One)
SRev. S. S. Robbins, pastor of the Uni-
tarian Church of this city.
Tonight has been designated as
"Michigan Night" by officials of the
S. C. A. President Marion L. Burton
will live the principle address of the
evening on =I IHope You Will Discov-
er The Title of My Speech Before I
Finish".
Students To Give Talks.
Several members of the° student
body will give short talks, among
them being: John W. Kelly, '241,
president of the student council; Her-
bert Steger, '25, captain-elect of tl -
1924 football team; Harry C. Clark,
.'24L president of the S. C. A., H. A.
Donahue, '24, managing editor of Thel
Daily, and Eldon Weiman, football
coach. Lyman Glascow, '25 Varsity
cheerleader will lead some Michigan
yells, and the Varsity Glee Club will
sing some Michigan songs.
There will be a short leaders' meet-
ing at Lane hall this morning at 8
o'clock. A. G. Knibel, secretary of
the Chicago Y. M. C. A. will give
some pointers as to the best method
for leading discussion groups. Im-
mediately following there will' be the
second gathering of all delegates at 9
o'clock at Hill auditorium, when Harry
SW. Whit, secretary for India of the
Y. M. C. A., will make the principle ad-
dress. Discussion groups will meet
immediately afterward.
Following the noon lunch at the
various churches, the delegates will
march in a body to Hill1 auditorium,
where a conference nhotA2granh will

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Lionel Ames, '24, and Donald W. Baiconibe, '1
Who will play important roles in the 13th annual Union opera, Cotton Stockings, which will make its
opening appearance at 8 o'clock Monday night in the Whitney theater. The Mimes production will play in '15
differe'nt :es, ~ mabinz' 17 nefo~rmanepe. in ,all duinzrthe Christmasi, vacaition. This Ynrnni to :be the fines~t

4JAXS~Sl' '':Lll AU~iG J~S, 3:1if j L t ~: ~ 1d1G) 'l 1.U~ yti lI~ l' 611kK LA . 4VL.- ' 1W.- .a.. I------------------------------+t' w a~c~acaa~c ...n. alA '1-
Lu never really know the whole rea- opera which Mimes has ever produced. be taken. The parade will then form
mn for one's success; and it is for, led by the Varsity band will march
is unknown factor, for this unknown to Ferry Field, where cars will meet
ton to our race, that we should give y ]tedlgtsadtk hiso.sgt
,anks, for in this will we find the l w r m O h r C le e l neti
eaigo eprtakgvn. w rmO h r c le e /l ne tIn th elegts dtughthemcity.sgt
eanig ofa deper hankgivig. --,-Foreign Students The third discussion group mret-
During the World_ War, his ser- t ings will take place at 5:30 o'clock,r
ons made him famous, and, since1 O. S. l.Enough former high school! stitute of Design in a competition re- the subject being: "Social Solidar-
Lat, time, he has written a series of. football captains are out for the cGently held in New York. Although Cosmopolitan club is to be the ity", and the dinner will follow.
rmons teaching lessons from the freshman squad to make two full this is the year that the department of guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. "Michigan Night" ceremonies begin at I
ar which haveproved of getvl elevens. Only 17 of the 22 succeed- architecture competed, five first and Smith, of 108 Oakland streets, Sun- 745 o'clock.
tomn.le has made nu erosed in making the first string, four second ment ons were secured day afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.
numerous___ All members of the clu, as well asi Dean truhPlsin n h oyBrsly Gaoe to New Yr
nd, and is also an intimate friend Whitman- President Penros~e has Chicago-Interfraternity council at'alfreintdnteprseonteand sral.Thsa oreNewnorkstuCitforfa
President Marion L. Burton;cowhenesenthout qusinars oalfr-its last meeting decided to investigate ?unique features are to be on the pro-I week's stay, during which he will at-
'esientBuron as at the head of r students wolf olg ihu rushing systems in colleges throughi-. gram. A song has been written as'tn h nulnainlcneto
beUivrstyofMinestarhsicopltigotei curesnTeeur-outte outrtiththhvew0ctouNtioalCsypoitwiltbsogofth. ntrirteniyoonernc
red his services on many occasions. Pse it to find out to wat extent cmltl rognznpeetrg aduiosnigo hi ilb;n wihwll1 edNv.3 n e
. K. Dunn, 24, rsdn fteunsatisfactory conditons or stand- cmltl eraiigpeet g n"uio ign fti ilb nichwl b hl o.30adDc
prsdn u hilations. Letters have been sent to I lhe program. Mrs. W. Carl Rufus wi1 at the Pennsylai oe.H a
atorcal ssoiatin, resied a ars wee a faut.,0 leading universities,l assist Mrs. Smith in receiving the acnpne yMs ~rly
eo meeting, and read President Cool-t I nicstie; b Ms. orsey
gesTakgvn esg ote Northwestern- Between halves of } :3 uss,){
merican People. ,Barrie Iili sang !the Iowa game a g reaser pig was lt ot uouet pet$500fr) tstu f~iee oueDi
,*d-y 'Buck's. "Pear Yet Nt, 0 s .loose and 14 of the fastest freshmen tet bookts tis year. 'his is an aver- ;at conizo Th°n D p" 4dertsera. I Classfeds.-Ad'v _
Lel," and was acecompanied at the 'that could bie found pursuied the anin-1 age of $12 per student for the 4,800
gan by Earl V.' Moore, musical "di- al. Thiswas part of the varied ete~ ,eiIeod ooksellers say over half . a I l 1ifl tlh1tii 1hi Iltl!JIttltlll~ i tII1l~lititltlllIJIIthil~ iII!lttitt!$
etor of the School of Music. George'tainment furrfi lihed for the arge'onm- the satu 6ents take 'advantage to buy " '' tt$'lal-t I
car Bowen, director of the Glee ber of alumni :that,:wiere back, for !used,boks. .. 2
ub, lead the singing. homecom ing., h
I IPflINh LUIVIIUS nin-Nx erte eoil Toa ste atcac o -tadium will be completed with a 'ib s to get thfeir photographer's re-e
*etn caacity of 22,000. Out of 35 ceipts. These must bie called foir at
' nili games played on the old field, 75 the Daily office before 11::rG o'clock J 8e
WNS fi R .IIUqwere victories, 1this morning. .
I _______.Charming new decorative materials and acces- _1
E.F hmeli, 2E ' rw-tural students-,by h eu rsIn- Classifieds.-Adv. _
1Monday night while skating near I__noi-_____ thewarstoBeaxarArs_______ Ittru__________toueDily_.._oorpouladraeoyrepdepartment or
gina, Saskatchewan. His body was ___ _
t recovered until two o'clock Tues?-:....... ........ ................ ...........................,....,........ wokrosaehmigwtAciiy
Ly afternoon. His funeral will be 1W .~.KT nueyu rpre
ld today in Everett, Mich. During Butter Egg~s Cheese P'oultry ,-gtigwe
s student days he was prominent in 2 wanted we suggest the desirability of making
iversity activities, and enjoyed a } __________________________________seections now. There is a wealth of newe1.
de circle of friends.
Chamberlain is survived by his ai fabrcs to choose from.
th r an at e , n a s st r K a hW e h ve W ll P peRoSa c
le, who is a member of the class { sI We2 l al PapertosMatc
'15, and who received her ;pas All____________________________
s degree in 1919. She is at pres, j e ruts:==
,t working for her doctorate in the [i1 a iii AI{L'w
iysics department. 11'~ 'T T E
At the time of his death, Chamber-I I.EU
in held a respaonsible position withj " Vege tables =Emm lw
e Imperial OIil refineries of ganada y ..
theirplan in R ira y =PAINTING, AND DECORATINGI
Vari3 ,Nov, 30.-The Jewish Welfare A nwrr d ce C .IANARO PIMT
rnd in the United States is -having 12404 2276-R______________________
otos taken of the graves of soldiersI-
send their American relatives. ...-.- .............................- ._______ a
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