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December 02, 1923 - Image 10

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Bird's Eye View Of Campus Showing
Site Of Women's League Building

A Suggestion to those wizo are worryin
about Christmas Gifts: Telephone 1548-W
We will call and show you samples of Pillows, Banners, M-
BLankets,Table Throws, Polychromre Lanps,Wall Plaques,
Skins-all digtindtly Michigan and very acceptable as gifts.

'How the Business of Foreign Mis-
>ns HIelhs Toward World Peace and
ogress" is a subject for discussion
d investigationx that is being plan-
d at the Ninth International con-
ntion of the Student Volunteer1
vemnent at Indianapolis, Ind., De-
uber 28 to January 1, according to
statement recently issued from the
adquarters in New York.
Many articles have been appearing
current magazines on this subject,1
icials say, and it is being recog-
zed as one of the greatest known
ctors for world peace. Frederick
Stevens, Chicago banker, for sev-;
al years Peking representative ofr
e International Banking Consor-
an, voices this conviction.
lie says: "I have come to believe
at America's greatest contribution
China, greater even than Amer-
a's political friendship, is the work
the Americas Christian Mission-
This convention at Indianapolis
oposes to helpAmerican students ,.The first picture of the campas ever
ore than 10,000 of whom have This bird's eye view of the campus,p
und the subject so interesting as to taken for the Alumnae cotncil' by
,e gone overseas as Student Vol- I Howard Neal, of Detroit, who wasy
inters to every part of the world, burned to death when his plane
develop a world consciousness crashed near Windsor, Ont., early this
rough education rather than prop- fall, shows the changes being made
Banda. by the progress of the building pro-
It is concerned primarily, the men

Craftsmen in Collegiate Leather and Felt Goods
332 Madison Street. Eaft


taken from the air, shwing' the site c; th( isiw WeuVii eLeagie buildilg.

gram. The arrow indicates the site
which has been reserved by the Re-
gents for the University of Lilhigan
League building, for which a camr
paign for $1,000,000 will bine launchdl
in February, .according to present.

nI s et the ceidral campaign corn
'fhn ?;ite 01 the League building will
b( ile block opposite Barhour gym
asm, hourd(d by North University
avene, Washington and Twelrth
stre?, and thc Mail.


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Avoid the hurry and the jostle of the last-minute Christmas rush by
letting us help you in selecting your gift things. Remember too, that
you can shop for your better gifts here free from crowds and rush. Of
course, the'sooner you come in the more you will have to select from.

in charge of the Conference state, this picture. With the role of Denry
with the application to life at home AT THET EAT'Rouke, son of a"fightin' Trish
and overseas of the social principles to handle, Kenneth Harlan ightsh ,
and spiritual ideas of Jesus-not in (Continued from Page Nine) way through the story in an endeavor
the trite and conventional ways, but Carmel Myers, George Walsh and to clear his sister's- name. Although
by the use of every modern method Bessie Love will star in this intense- beaten in a frame up fight, he wins
that promises results in better inter- ly dramatic picture. ;_the admiration of his fellows and a
group, inter-national, and inter-racial - I coveted job on the police force.
relations. Johnnie Walker will appear in "The
More than six thousand students Majestc'Third Alarm" the last half of tho
and professors from all of North Famous characters of history come week. This is a gripping dramatic
America and several hundred foreign to life in Pola Negri's new picture, story of American home life; of the'
students from forty different nations "The Spanish Dancer," a Herbert Bre- devotion and sacrifice of a father and
are expected as delegates. lEighty non production adapted by June the loyalty of a son. The combined
students will make up the Ann Arbor Mathis and Beula Marie Dix from the romance and drama in the picture
delegation, augmented by 15 Ypsilanti book and play "Don Cesar de Bazan." present numerous thrills and contn-
representatives. This attraction will show today and ued excitement for the audiencue.
An invitation has also been sent out continue through Thursday. In addition to the picture, the
to college papers over the country to Pola Negri is supported-by a strong Wuerth has billet one of the best
send representatives to the confer- cast including Antonio Moreno, Katti- features on the circuit for the st e
ence. lyn Williams and Wallace Berry. Two entertainment. Jack Bell, Jr., wm
hundred and fifty minor players take, his eight melody ~pirates and ?1'li-n
part in the gypsy camp scenes. Some Mayhew will play at every perform--
of the costumues worn by the famous ance this week.
star in these gypsy camp scenes show
the influeLEeI-Pwhich the Moorish. in--
vasion -exercised --over Spanish life
Ii[NIA even after the invasion had been re-

"Te-I M Why," a picture against
birth control which will be presented
bunday and continuing throught
Wednesday is a simple screen narra-
t (e dealing with home life in a
straightforward manner. The plotI
centers around a self-indulgent wife
who refuses to accept her duties of
motherhood. The screen presenta-
tion is removed from the sordid and
sensational while at the same time it
presents a clear vision of home life.
"Secuod Hand Love," a picturej
which proves that second hand love
can he first rate, will be shown the
last three days of! the week at the
;rphcum theater. With Charles Jones
essaying the principal role, the story
is a rural romance woven around the
action of a girl who deserted her hus-
au - after being disillusioned as to
his hara el. (miedy features and
nev eels ;-ill be; aided features.

Girl's Toys
Mother's Things
Dolls and furniture and little
things in alumninum just like
mother's, ranges, too, just the
playthings little girls like best.

Wheel T'oys
The Boy's Best
Skates, wagons, kiddie cars,
velocipedes, bicycles and tri-
cycles for youngsters who like
to be on the go.


Up to-the-Minute Hardware

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Students are urged to avail them-
selves of the recently established
(lental department of the Health
service. E'xaminations are given un-
der the same conditions as the other
work done by the service.
With the examinations, directions
for the necessary work and the most
advisable place at which to have it
attended will be given by the depart-
ment. Thus far this semester an av-
erage of 15 students daily has made
use of the service.
Office hours for the dentists at the
Health service are from 10 to 12
o'clock and from 3 to 5 o'clock daily.
W. H. McCracken and G. R. Mopre are

pulsed. The old Spanish gowns dis-
played by Pola Negri all through the
picture constitute a fashion show
which probably has never been equal-
ed in any film production.
Shirley Mason in "South Sea Love"
Will be presented Friday and Satur-
day. A Century comedy and Kino-
grams will be added features of the
program for the latter part of the
I eneth Wuerth
Kenneth Harlan and Colleen Moore
will star together in "April Showers"
beginning today and playing through
Wednesday. "April Showers" is a
drama of life in the lower east side

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the doctors in charge.

j of New York. Kenneth Harlan, who
has often played opposite Constance
to use Daily Talmadge in her comedies, has the
most promising role in his career in

true effleiency

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~Ask Any r
whether it hasn't been a happier home
musically, since it contains the world's
greatest musical instrument. Ask a-
bout our staff, our store, our stock and
the quality of our service. The answers
will show you what a great deal of en-
joyment you can get out of a small
investment when you own a Victrola,-
the instrument which keeps on making
you happier every time you bring home
a new Victor record. We have a large
stock of both. Come in and hear them


YOU will find furniture,
as a Christmas gift, a
rare combination of beauty
and utility.

Martirn Haller
112- 122 E. LIBERTY

Schaeberle & Son-
110 S.MSchneider's Clothing Store
Music House11S-Misg '
Nw Itor Records- Once a
WeekEey Week-FridaY



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