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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, Dl,"C;E: ILEA 14, 1924

SNDAY, DECEMBEfl 14, t24

iivrimn namnin Ien lately to the University of Rochi-
FI1It NE SHOL ester during its canipaign, bring theI'
total of known Eastman benefactionsI
[ OTAL OFtoRecipients o the lastest gifts are
TO AL OF $~~SI2~D the Massachusetts 1nstitute.o Tc}
Rochester, N. Y., Dec.. 13.-Recent 'nology, $4,600,000; University of Roch-
gifts of $12,500,000 to institutions of ester, $6,400,000; Hampton Institute,
higher learning by George Eastman, $1,000,000;' and Tuskegee Institute,
head of the Eastman Kodak company $1,000,000. The gifts are made. in the
together with aj sum of $2,500,000 giv- form of blocks of stock previously

owned by Mr. Eastman. The stock'nlriTfhli;n u n tionail provision declaring sectarian some years a growing public opinionI will attend the meeting of the Amer-
Swas sold to the benefiting institutions UESTION L EJRih II JY IOf teaching in the public schools illegal," favorable to such instruction has been ican Historical association Dec 27, 28,
wit th prvilgegratedthasaid Prof. J. B. Edmonson, of the noticeable. Whether the Bible shall 1
for $12,500,000 less than its face value. sa<<d2 i ihod
migh beresld im~datey orat IU~ ineting on the proposedl con stiution- teachers' interpretations has always
lati~ ate --al menmen tocom beorethebeen the difficulty in the way of plac-j against smoking in campus buildings
Mr.Easmans gft reresnt he "Although the Micigan state cor-j Washington state legislature at its ing it in the school curriculum." is to be carried n at the University
Matr. atman'slgftseredesent te come__before___the
ltlrgeocko i odnsi Bible be placed in every elementary; "Sectarian teaching is the recur- Prof. C. H1-. VanTyne, Prof. A. L. rofothmve n.
the ompnyfor hic, hweve, le (andl high school classroom, further ac- ring question in regardl to the problem Cross, Prof. P. W. Slosson, and A. L.
will continue to direct affairs. toii here is forestalled by a constitu- of teaching the Bible in schools. Forl Dunhain, of the history departmient, I Your Subscription is payable now.

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STARTING SUNDAY MATINEE

The Fifth of tihe Super-
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Season at Pop ular Prices.
Of course its at 'the Arcade.

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Here's a picture of contrasts-the old ha'cienda life of the Argentine,
contrasted with the smart social life of Buenos Aires, the Paris of the
Americas. It has fire and dash and is set in surroundings that enhance its
pictorial beauty and give zest to its plot; it stirs the emotions to high intensity.
COMING
REX INGRAM'S Production of "THE ARAB"
CO-ST'ARRING 8131 )ti-NAVARIRO AND ALICE TERRY

OTHER DAYS
I Matinee, 2 :00-3 :40
Evencing, 7:00-8:40

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