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28, 924THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WILBY BACK FROMl
TRIP TO ENGLANDi
Was chosen To Represet (Cheer
01 Archtitecture; Oilier
Nations Present
ATTENDED 'CONVENTION

? types of buildings resulting from th ?a iraea k u 'm ge ie
introdul~ction o. 'Steel and reinforcedR ir a a k R m a e ie
concrete into modern construction, O/ D iyF m u
a;no to the increasing predlominancei u e
bufid. th olrnacitcua "Aha!" lhe cried, "Now I have it!" cated, but my teacher had an entirely
'I'ho Congreuss was miade a nmost With tis. and other ejaculations, different idea, and I guess she was
delig;htiul experience by the courtesy qluielty spoken so that no one in the right."
anld Irfl~jldly 1lospihtulity of the English ilyj ,offic~e would be disturbed, Rail-, "But, say, do you want me to talk
arch itect5 and(1pi'ofesors. After the road track continued his carefull or don't you- No, I'm not getting
I cnteene 'd Ms ilb .,Mr .~ spn~search through the back files of the tired, but if ten men could sh113w L.e
a n1th in 7?ng',:nd with friends and University paper. that they had a dime apiece O
lIn i sei iithe Ca{thedlral cities, includ- VWha~tlie wasdongnp- inhd, knew., And when the dunswere showun he

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SALVTION ARMY HOLDS
SPECIAL SEI CE TODAYtf10 0 ocl k
At 1:00o'cocktoday. a harvestf
festival demonstration and service
will be held in the Armory by the lo-
cal Salvation Army. There will also
be services in the evening, and Mon-
day ani auction and bazaar of harvest
produce will be held in the same
building. Harvest decorations 'will
adorn the great Armory room and
several tons of fruit, :vegetables, and
bakied goods will be sold.

COLLEGE GROI
516 E. WILLIAMS
Between Thompson and Maynard

Open

Sundays

Cold Meats
Fancy Groceries Fruits
Milk: , Cream

and Eveninf
Baked Goods
Vegetables Canned
Grennan's Cak~es

______- iing a spiecial visit to LiAverpool to see
Ernest Wilby, of the College of th~.e partially comIpletedi new cathedral,
architecture, returned to Ann Arbor. .bil3 of great merit and interest
this week fromn England where he at- I i(,Ln- ySrGletSot
tended the International congress on~b i iletSot
Architectural Education held in Lon-
don from July 28 to August LL About
500 delegates from partically every 3 IIII D ENTSTO BE
country in the world with the excep-
tion of Germany and Russia, which. N N V M ER s n o r pr s n ai e ,ate d d t e V TED1
convention.I
The architectural college 'of the I t h
T Ihree propsedl amendments t h
University received 'an invitation fromnt Consitition of the State of Michigan
the Royial institute of British Archi- will be submitted for the approval
tects to attend the conference and 'fteeetr ttegnrldc
Mr. Wilby was chosen to represent ti: the el on ovsttembeeral4. ec
college. Columbia, Cornell, Boston in- hetfirstooetheseprnpNovemb amend
stitute of Technology and Georgia in flets ha t o(theseipro oemulsor
stitute of Technology were also rep- 1maslw od ihcmusr
reseted t th conerenefrI education and will, if approved, cause
According to Mar. Wilbyr the most in, all children between the ages of
teresting part of the conference con-a seven and sixteen to attend public
cerned the movement in France, l~el- school until graduated. from the
gium, Holland, Sweden and Germany ejg1,JiI grade. The second consists of
to modify the curriculum in schools j inportant changes in the income tax
to bring into the architectural field ( law. A third amendment proposes
a closer application of the '4:ws of a iiew division of the state into sena-
good architectural design to the new torl and representative districts.

buit upon questioning a few mlembers went on answering their questions
of the staff, who intermittently about historical characters from. the
worked andI glanced up to wat ch the time of Adam, "whose first name I

'COLLEGE GROCE

Vi J1I U ia.1uouUsiemor1U1y IexpertL(asUieI
hims;elf admiits), t~here came to light'
tl.3: facet that Jack has been coming to
the Press building; every night at
about 8 o'clock to peruse the musty
files.
Consuming curiosity, the same that
proved so fatal to the historical fe-
line, led us late yesterday afternoon ((
to "the office" on the front lawn at
the Congregational church where the
ever-running s upply o f historical
data was flowing from the lips of
Railroad Jack at the insistence oif the
assembled crowd of students.
"Oh, I know I am a fool," said
Jack nonchalanitly. "I was born that
way and have been trying to over-
come my handicap for over. fifty!
years. You say you can learn more
in half an hour than I can in a day.
Well, maybe you- can. I went to
school for eighteen years and at the
end of that time I thought I wras edu-

never comUTina.JUout-r te woUuiant 1I
tell" to the latest justices of the
United States Suprme court.
W hat's that you say? Why was hie
looking over the Daily files? Just
studying up all the world tigures
whose pictures had appeared in the
papler during the past few years. It's
a secret and he told- me not to tell,
fbuit if you 'Want to know how to win!
$100' in one hour's time, see Railroad
Jack.

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ARCADE
Starting Today

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STARTING TODAYJ

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Starting
Today

Starting.
TOaY

She Wanted

Only

Love!

D ut her own Nother Tried
To Regulate Her Love-,
You'll1 See!!
Stirring scenes of the Apache ,md the
French darncing; girl in the 1Nontniarte
section of gly Pans.
Behind the glided w.N s;of man ultra
fashIoiiable New Torh society s,0
Earl Hludson's stirring storyt of Iigi
lifeiiimodernisociety.

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f
k
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,SOCiet Lip .U
tS 'girl ~oi
f -, Se j wmad~e Well ed ca
k -. w a dfOduc tc
e A stirring drama of Am
ciety of the upper strata,
- scenes depicting the gay, ca
- i '+ II of the ultra. fashionable in
and in startling contrastt
\ '~. ~ the Apache and the Frenc
gil in the Montmarte s ctic1

JAMES RENNIE
NAOMI CHILDERS
BURR MCINTOSH

oiyo
EDMUND BREESE
MONTAGE LOVE
ED7NA MAY OLIVER
-IN-

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nerican so-
with vivid
are 'free life
LNevisYork
the life of
Cet dancing
on of Faris.

AJAZZ STORY OF A JAZZ AGE
-IN _ADDITION-
StanLaue

WITH A CASgT INCLUDING

CLAIRE WINSOR

- ADOLPHE MENJOU

- ROBERT ELLIS

-I N-

MARY CARR
Additional
UNDER COVER
A Cameo Comedy

- TULLY MARSHALL

- VERA REYNOLDS

"Rupert of

Hee-Haw'

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STAGE FEATURE

A SEQUEL. TO "THE PRISONER OF ZEBRA9

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Pathe NONvs

Overture-"Pique. Dame"

Wunlitzer Organ'

KINOGRAMS

"A Night at te Club"

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AEX~T TViFSlfAY-

The O riginal and Only Authentic Motion

Pictures of the

WITH

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AL
TAYLOR

JOE
;PARSONS

JOE
HAWKS

PVhor

ASSISTED BY ..
PHIL DIAMOND

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