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January 25, 1925 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1-25-1925

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"Africa And 1iciz k]'' C!I5 c ,slb^
On S. C. A. Propgrani
William E. B. Du 1Do 0',, 11 i '(h,
author, and- scholar wvih ll c '.
7:30 o'clock tonight n Bill , uditor-
ium the main address of the tXI dv Y-
sity service sponsored by the o Stent i
Christian association. 11(e will ohai
upon "Africa and America."
Dr. Du Bois is one of the 1c aier-,
of the colored race in this coin trly.Ile
is editor of The Crisis, a Tiltgazine
devoted to the advancement of thes
Negro in the United States. Pesidses
this work, Dr. Du Bois is the author
of several books.
Special music has been arrange'l
for the University service prdgram
for tonight. Miss Beth Hamilton of
Battle Creek, accompanied by i'viss
Wilma Seedorff on the piano, will
give a violin solo. Mr. J1. Asa White
of Detroit will sing (luring, the pro-
gram. Also several special hymns will
be sung led by Mary H. Ross.
Dr. Du Bois was secured by the
Student Christian association at the
request of many persons who are es-
pecially interested in racial problems
in this country. 'these people have ar-


~IEAr Asocatonsc ,treasurer; cdirectors,r. ~i lnry:
EEffe ctIs Officers A 'cdminsMr's. Evert r'vM
QFrComing lear '\i is I 5lo,C2rece ~en to\


Officers for tIAe c(cn ing year wecre
elc (ted by the Ann Ar bar Art :' ss '
tiofl Weelnesdaiy afternoon in the ",el'
gallery (ot Alumni Memuorial hall. Ite-;
fo t e e r c i e ,a d tetioli approvedl I lie new ('on atiut ion.
The art cX h A)ition 1,Wo (Iopenlin
Memorial halli under the sponaor.s-hi p
of this group, will be open aft cIe)Ihons
* and evenlings throe-1h roesdtay thi,
week, inciud'ing' Sunday. Auta I it,
blo('k prit,ft romIbte A nwican 1Artf
* association of Wamiling t oh. as d (A I_
ings loaned by h e lie Pric.,art.s :'
Prof. 'Warren Jh. Loinha rd,1forra erly'
of the physiology dlepar'tment, t'Was
elected presidlent ;Prof. Hri c 13, .bon -
al dson, of the Fine Arts department,
first vice-presidecnt ; Miss, 1o011ise Otil) -
las; secondvic-presidlenlt; Ars. T. L.'

lcy, Mrs. William inglis, 1Pl'c Ei l
7,01''h, 's i til~t (I ( r ' ,' ci I he ( )ii^;e (t'
engin~ed I '11 nda L'ei~'lUOIoni
Aakielsii, ofi' o it, awi.~rl in m:melt.
Wit fred Bi. Sha 'w , Sein ucli Al 1 a 1-
Changes Made !n
.4 .'- x S'~-' U Mt, " W W3 J 's

1eco(0 1 RU) of Angell 1halllobby, by'
?% i or'enizo, New Yor'k ta-tist, is cx-;
l. vvm tod M 1sart, earfly in the week..
N" 1(111('' yest cidauy were busy giving
' the lobby ceiling its preparatory un-
de e'aat of ' nlt. De Lorrenzo is Mine

a ietwh Ill) * imuch ofi' he (deco rating
a th1ree liollr'colirse il i fll l t i i rl hira ry.
O('l (if'i'0 I 1,(')111 i d ', P ,'.B. ef'o'r eocijil i lkO1)11 the scltNoi ol,
,~n t~ i tii i . i11(R~g 52(iiqs~.i?4 d i "1~] 7', I )'l v y Wi I O )eriiflefltWithL
('1t~} cle 1 il ? (ai ( c ('ti~lI~iPthdt Vili;-h1 wOllgive thle hest
oI :inl 11 2, a i i's" j' d ' 4n I iord ' , ta d I Ihts, gifts .)-'
"'i " fp1 tV: nc' 'f'fu as.' f1!923,ar now complete
~ ' m i' I~~'~''I ' iadin u seo- an~ing fixtim-cs are, also'!
he '1' ~ ( a+..le(101(o the lobby. 1

Church.Women To
H old Convention
Women of the Disciples of. Chris,
Chur'ch ate to have three district con
vent ions, the first of which will meet
Jant. 28 and 29 at the Memorial church,
enl the corner of hill and Tappani
;;.Tee'(tsi. Thle conventions are being
held to further the efforts of the Dis-
c'ile of Chbrist in their world wideO
e'vangeliistic0 campaign, which plains to
c t ahnlsh 50 buildings throughout Am-
tcric a arnd foreign iountries:
An ltn Arbor i'esiilenits have, volun-
cc : ed to' entertain 411 delegates with
ldogand~ breakfast.. A banquet and
<;oth re ia t co(st will be served by
the (ehurrll. °Rev'. J. Allen Canhy, of
Ann arbor, is di strict secreti y.
ildnos Aires,"Jan. 24.-After 1*11 an1-
diei('e with Pr'esiden~t Alvear, Cen.
.Jobll ..'Pershin; wenit to Mlon tlvideo,
for a "no't visit.

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rangedua aquet qUL vionUay evening acL _______
which Dr. Du Bois will be the guest of- '
honor and at which tme it is ex-; BiLawls eriid orgies that accompa i,"l ~st ) it)o te Tnited States '
pected that plans will be imade for' tile ' '.e y its a o are not epected to ba rc fla I lci onthe noc'11,I vsit of
formation of a society for the di <nl:- 1 xiai c r of Dcl c flus Oi. Ofli l ' i o{ O ! ; f'rlaboa
Sion of race problems. iDuring ti ( 7 } 1 ' 11alC~UiCet0>'i~i I!'iIjm ~m
dyon Monday, Dr. Du Bois is scllied" ~I v \/ll and i n ther-in-Iaw I l , Irlt' ,il l o I :i~vt a fortune oil )
uled to appear before several grono3,S cc':i in tuill inthis ouiitry. Tb ' ahovo i o4:' ho , ains :nd is wie as
in Ann Arbor to give talks on int. is- ~ale c in New Yok.
racial problems._________________ _______
A forum for students and towns-9
people interested will be conducted Ecipse 4Ails" j.N jjols) \tlto)'y (of time niersity of Cii-
at Lane hall at 4:45 o'clock this after- i. (c o o I~a (ereted i >iStatiol, 1cud aW
noon under the leadership of D. Doi'X"ilS £fIn iAte pt ,1.(l'avol (,I,5 1.3 0 ll e,'
Bois. All students and townspeono apkmla''
are invited to attend this diseussioi ( '~'s J ~rP t 1 ~.)'
I lP w 1fr W , 1 ' 1 ,Virigibie Lo 3 Atngl1,: ao,(; II 2 ocean Ilo, \.tf~c'1( '01oe Ii, )1>
Mexico City, Jan. 24.-The new Mex- cf!4,.antuckett, Ma: sof n'am'ctlt, f-iaro~is)I fW('ZI m''.t :a 'I
iean ambassador to the United States, l)cIt~d all obsevtions (cUll~t e pea C1 5 l I o*?in. lui'al
Manuel Tellez, will leave next week under ideal (-oInditioflis. At, I r luunarho'' delia rlv-' in Ite di-r,(ih ,i
to assume his duties in Wasington. Mountain, Mricigan, Whlerce 10Ye la'is Ia % !Vu(cu. {
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a. . -Pilost Su;btie Bit of Sophistic*dL ove.
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/ QIhIBoys! Here's Connie 's niftiest, zip piestI,
M~ore action, romance, excitceet and clever
silw-w ns than ever before. It's great to be in
" rlv c i"but Connie sure mares it seem fwnv)
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