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1 'EPNESDA YI, J ANU[-ARY 14, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FACE ' HREN

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CHVAD CMPAGNFlee Final Opera Showing
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', :1 udeunl Organizations Soicit Funds
For Local aniid Foreign WVork
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~r> X4,400 Sla'' AS GOAL
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Student organizations in ie if-j
' ferent churches in the ci y started
their annual drives yesterdy for
X1.1"'money for their foreign andl local act-
ai'"vities in a c:ombhinled int e-hurch
''ampaign, sponsored by the Student
'Christian association. T he camnpaign
wil be con tinlued today andI tomiorrov".
- A total of $4,400 it is hoped will be
-ia ised by the dtiferent grous. The
P resibyterian church hcads the list.
ii with a. goal of $1,600 to solicit. Thei
Methodist, Congreg~tional, Ev'angel
; ,ical, andi Jutheran (chur~chesMtogether;
wvit h the Presbyt erian, a e the othoI, i
live which have combined at this timoj
to raise their annual bdgets.
Ea (Ii churchel is conducing its 'tvil
camp ign. Thle idea of Ithe c omi ned
jdrive is for thelnI purptose 01. hax'anal
i at churches in the city (10 1heir sol iciki
ti on anions;sunsI 0)5a, the same time
T is is ;tho tiie this pl mn 11;
Sl;bo(' i sd aniid se ver l ' h5I(ii l1 q vW e 1'o
unaible to jci. r i ('s will b(,
c(ondulilt(llaten. r.illhe 0yei' a-u ur l.
'1 1 dive of illhe iv, cilrebes nam-n
cd will hb eld( through today mi t~i
t morrow. All of the chrches re oi
i lwn alytfor 1the first lay of i h'
' ((rve 1'" tund; o l.Pt he st ilell or
tit1ni ?zal ions of tile (cliiii'chs. Alt loug,
di 11live d 1idlrot. loen olicia liv vst (1'
l ~it day, :a .oodlstmat was ma de in ost o;
I he (hrdles by coile('Ci ons imsado dr
IMSIMOS TO 1HARHODO
t fvat in itofint rst to nfvalIminf
(ind condit ions in the Pacific regions;
If obbs, (Jf the eology dprtment. hrb
fre the nmembrs of 111,theU . atal
IReserve\OUnil St S i) o'lock.; tonight
Ain Nturil Scienceounditoriin. 1110
tta ddress wvi l ioxlln ile i'g iv xvee
ly rneting of the init. which isheld
s in thle 1R. 0. T. C . hall (very W'ed ne -
ulynigit. 'This meeting is C:; !d for
7 i: 3Wo'clock.
t A t hough the lec tre is ~ririy
Sfor members of the un allIII ohers
x}' l who are interesit edli the navy iare
t. invited to alle(nd(. An e foit is note1
loIing made I0 to j;ul lie ml er(:t in'
tee Na v a] Un it, and it is hoped tha. by '(
prining hre x ii be 150 rolllrs. i o
TyRUNK INE DJ I'Sq flN
BARINGS MANYFEEAES:
' 1n-ce~nect on MilliithIh c 0poeii-l
potigof state trunk l1ne0, M-;5 dl- ,t
;r ites from Tecumsehm, Ad is, Milan,(1
- nd Saline xil mneet n tlb ( than -
a J~hr of Comnier(!e 1nn1this norr i ,s to
Ann Arbor ('haim er (of Cor irro ii
Vaintenallce of the p oset coin'ir.; of i
}~ho trunk line.
If. has been suggsted1 h' ' 1 , ro .
"l)0 re-routed and paved withi its inter--
i0ctioll withIiPckard road colie-
# b lly to the efast of Ann Arbor, t ir-
~by cult i ng out So line. The re,lts o
.t,0 <o lir>nce, it isIthogh t, ivill tie
fto requltest the state c onimission t"
fleavyeIlie route'as it is at ilsoit.
4 ~T0 Use Fake Sm w
To Put Out lires
1it ic (i sn cx,'' ma ile liirug;h I b
4.1 ('', sIr l O (of vx tiglikili i t " ; L -; b e i u e .

.' '"l t the-Melionimu.I:,IJ11nteo" iIndus
~iil est'arcl Iin (it t ,1;rgh1. T'eUlieti-
' +, t(' )' r wasV made by ir. fCharles K.'
i1e .te 11- ,- rMemnber's ofi the livinis4 rv I!oA )t31iil(''i'
ccwa'ibohrate Dr. Jons' si :ItE*el ot thait_
.~ lie use of' thiis fbrat ofciemboil (1101)1 1'
". ought toI he effective in vat I ing cu"t
fires in enclosed places sob as mine:;,
cellars and warehouses.
Tread the Want Ads

ed hy a nitber of Chiniese, students 1to a Ifor ,x.xiiicli Ch ina, is famous,.
cei'a i anrt onsot''f'icked O Dath "Arid e-en so,'';;aidl Mr. H-eath, al-
cerainl~z'ton o "Tcked o eat,"thouIgh xwe have left no stone upturn-
the, 1,924 IUr ion Opera, those in chai'ge te w data dtht or .ettng
of ttf ti ~luctlnlon have decicied to )in a he ha rdil'do jus; c..to true Chinese a,.rt.''
i cc-ta in (ho ages bfoeotheflil;] of l'-th''ose 1).)?' ti insof thle Opera xwhich
forinanc, Whch xiii e aien Nxx'.IIbe Tha aged are those wh ich0 cast
-liiis at ChilliC 50(cuistomls andl religion.
IVIlii ey tim eatreo(n thle weelc endI (f t %-a i epl ;mwd \(steei'dav thtthey
the ainnuialI T-Hlop. had been in cliided as elaborate biur-a
Ti £ t 'd ing to litotIier I}Tet h, general loswie, andP that they had not. been i
ma nageof t le Union, t he matter in' intended to port ray life any more than
the Onerm ' which thMe ('hinlese :t udenrt s thIe bhurlesq no of a, rofes ,or hadi por-
h'mn il ojt;Iion able was not Intended tra yeda, true profess:_or.
to b~e (o. lien the pelay xvas chosen,; "It is our vor-i .txish,'' saidl Mr.
ho exlnd,(d the setting was favoredI Heath, '"not to offend anyone by what
pr'incipially ]](caui~se o1 the opporb~inity goes into the Operal. We see noxv that
which It afftorded for the use of beau- there are certain things in the Operaj
IAN]l and el.aborate settings. For a which might. offend thle (Clines(,, and!I
inmber of years it. has Been the aim "We are t~horefore liastening to change
of those in charge to priodluce a, show ithecm, Our im nlogies are dlue thel
which might make use of the beautiful Chinese stuidents.'"

r11 lInnir ported the doings of the Archaoolog-
TESING PICTOB ES Haward Commons' J l ti LO IULEt ar tiuthefAmerica P hislica
Sets Final Will HallU Ial tiutheofAmerica, hioichlis-a
i iffl nrrrn sociation. Roth of these organizations
INL tSHG1 ,RPORT OfPROESOR held their annual meeting December
t~jIL B SI13~N~J TIF T C ibr alge, Mass777.in. 13:-Memor- IIIUII O rn rtlvnat the University of Chlicago.'
ia (],l ommions -wais thronged with_______________
F ilmns illustrating the Iest ing oifiior.- dflSS raliekiga at At the meeting of tIhe Classical J erlnJan. 1?.-Twenty-two bod-
dinance nieces at Abierdeen i vlif ollIortnity to eat in the historic dIin-, Journal club held Monday afternoon in jies were remoaved f tday from the sat-
shown ati 7:30 tonight in at ral SI Iin' hallti(ch (cl0s0( Satiurday night j room 2014 Angell hall, Prof. John C,. tered wreckage of four coaches of an
ence a iiditoiii ii ioloi'the an. ,l)(Ox''tter fifty years of service to Harvard Winter of the Latin department gave accommodation trains demolished in a
of the A. SM . F.Po liovewiag t 11101)e. Continued advers~e criticism of; a. report of the fifty-sixth annual meet- collision with the WVestphalia Express
shoin ' c' he et i 'S;. Ijr: UA :1he ;noslld n1 lie increasing plopiularity ing of the American Philological as- a lre
While, ci' the (hlilif, ( O i t i ti ' i' of 1t I ,aail r; houses anul ca let onuis was sociatian. -________________
Paitmietwil tlkcm th cahiet ,re;foni o r tlie ipassing of the Following this discussion, ProfI Shark's teeth and fossils, beli eved
"PubIc Ofwn orslhiI, oi The ('ontrol1 of 1c~nulmons. Hienry A. Sanders assisted by Prof.j to belong to a period at least I0 ,O00
"Monopol istic 1Enteripris' .''_____j !...William L. Carr and Prof. .14. Critten- j years ago, have been found in Eng-
Professor White xvillic i -,,"w i' (- ~mi den, all of the Latin department, re- land.

velopnent of large ('or''ori'a on," 12 [Ia'
last generation front the( g5l'
:standploint. lie xvH11 1reat tthe rocp'2
of handlinug'theis lage coy noird ioi o;'
the fart ure, and wvhet her suchli organ_.
izatiomis xill be muenopol i stoi,,iinaD
Lure or subject: to governnsoot owner-
ship and governnieiit c'0ntrosl.{
All interested pmay at enil tle t-r
ing.

ApearlNext Week At Arcade

Bobbing) P p ular
With leway SnOW
'iueto [ltoIthay t:7IO bl
:'a! . ili'' Las ,Ilo'en !;iii)>' ' ;'
df}i1 l ls 1st :'tayi ii il 1A ::.'; ?' !;'-l
lu g h .i 1o h ' i It o ' il di -"? . .5 nl 01: > a r a o " 11' i
toe]hx'ith lot";ci' bob ie n'l5a
;lerf , tn.cax '1 l1 ;' /;V in .
mt. f'or i('Ik ':14 ee atl
est 'veoriaid a,, Itooklyn ii'r'1
many thousands..

' <l ; e m l b a p s o o-it a~r '. ;;: e11111 mtill sponsor a
f'., '. C. orlganuzation ICtolie given
=6. a. (, 'd P ,ck:~rd -academy.
1''~ ~ O 0 d 00 l'Si fS. xv ill 5suply the
< ' ;' 'A he it]( ' xvwll ]ie l ric1e~lil
a l;, Y raie ris ([orI time tsn .are nrMAajor
\V . ( t. ( o : i a d M 1 s
1.1'S 000Z:. an'1Q1U~.~d i's.
!s 'i~vb''g. Pflrv sisa few'
'>1)1 'iSL"].ii( call ('Oh b~'O-
ItU U 0. C."''.i 1 ca W[ narte rs.
:'.;.' 1.11',io , .JaI'. 13-Richard
ie( t£ttor, will act, as,
:edeof tHoptnotographs of Pun-
{'':;"i.'hiiti will ap~pear in the
s ;, .;'de senior publication. 1

LAST TilES
TOMOIHT'

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BARBARA
LAMAR
txr iA iiy Vow Cs e4
and
BERT LYT ELL
Fa~cln ating Barbara in
a story of tempestuous
loves tOat sweep from
long' island to Paris

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" tug Niaits -500to $3.00
Seat. {bot. 50o to $2.50
;itsdl h-ofe'" Wednuesday and
'i','5 :'Association with
,to' dnlph nl bfi', Presents
.1" E 'OWL,
Iti a New Play
"'iliE DEPTHS"
'off' t h t'l Wo Peters

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Agnes Ayres In "Worldly GAoods"'

Lois \i" I Ison a da iii] .la'k ITl t lict iiro a ahove, till 01)1)051 in111 ''Ni ii f j 4) A4
lch v sioh pl ys next. w e t svr atiiig Saud sy at the cArcade thecater. The h, c"tr d*n @ 1 ou~i e;. ~ 1ii or .,
Flohip Gou r'jancing 'Tnih
~ONTF1IJT?4EV' RESLEPlans_ Sleighride T nih
OR pvg PL N /HK i- 'coc

COMING,'
WITH ALL THE PRIDE AM) EN-
THIUSIASM OF A BOY WITH 111S
F'lIR"ST PAIR OF SKATES, WE
HiERALD) THE SIXTH OF THE
SVPER - DELUXE ATTRACTIONS
FOR SHOWI'.1G SUNDAY, JA-N. 13

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By Special Arrangements

!Y(1 1 it 1 (,'I riiii, 'iit(10Yr"; '1T)m thell
ii11. by'tle 'll ildimug",and (4roomul):;j
F !I' 1 i('5t:. C'on] pietio',l is e;i):'ctf'i
At, thie )Ia1min, C'Und('m twill be('loadedt
t.? hopper cat's a ndi(i11111i] Ictole.
°rolln)' t.atx:, lie hauoflte arwaytii
E)". e[ ic)1o)'Oi ;u1)1)051 afor the I real he
.,a .,I'pete yoe sy. 0O21thos.e
by thCe rit;le'itaigthe :)chisl' etw~cen
hue triacks oclea r for hand]ling the i-
(1 a Ill'.,I '1n . .ft-illy ILai:''
:>; le)es itc (11)y E'ddie ('OIi~nF I he
hellp him ('oat li te (liicngo Amneu io:-
a;; it Ihe '25 camtuaig . f'iieri',I;
ci elorl, iat., 'mid bas reenly ec
t.':in li1Ttg ('01logo tennis.

ri'ylg,(llt Cof'thli lamis of' the St uileut
1' 1k;'xx ~ (Ip o the Congrega tional
c01:11c~ i'('t I 114, l('igl nri PC' lartiy Friday '
evl'V t; 17i e g lovoina I olsts d hlavye been
chate red to leave thle ('hurch at 7 :153
s~ ~ 1Fc 'cJ vc At' iid e ofI'several I hou',,
te scSilltl er':; sxxilf1e hiionghuu l ,c~Xto
t hf cili 'tltlfot'hot rm'eu'slum~'uts,. All
iiud~ic. :.s x'.'ho intlend to 'o .Sil1.lie
:foigi'ic:sholild calf l t(e COtugr'gU-
I ioflainl':arilchliby iFriday it)(Iil.
'a _ 'i r 't'e' inio al (clinicit tthe IUni-
0'.J'' old , ,.son 9 1;; n Corded a oCta i
.i'2:;.72i 'ti s'C:1at i; xxith Ii xl en is

And every Wednesday, Friday
and Saturday Night
Music by
vuiii Watkins and his
Granger Eight
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!Zead the Wx7ant Ads
CONNIES
MICHI AN MEN
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THE ARTH WITH LAUGHTER

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