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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOPER J, 192

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9,1925

Celebrating the 14th anniversary of tional hiOliday here. Ticeimeeting was
the founding of the Chinese republic, arz: ~cby Robe,,irt Chew, '27 Ph. Edt.,
thie Chinese club will give a program' ofdei.e the Chinese. Students'
and reception at 8 -o'clock tomorrow ;club.
night at Lane hall. :tros. Kenyon L. IIn addition to the address b)y Presi-
Butterfield of Michigan State college deist Butterfield, ..M. Yang, grad.,
will speak on "The Chinese Students'; will speak fon "Some Aspects of the
Interest in Rural China." ile will be' Grow\th. of Public Opinion in China."
introduced by President Clarence Cook, A Chies chorus, ccmnposed of five
Little. I 'liijuese students in the jirsty
.President Butterfield has takeni an wil l .-ii, and a play, "The D)awn,"
active interest in Chinese affairs, serv- pre'senltedM in pantomine, will be given
ing in 1921 and 1922 as a mxemb er ofi under the directioni of Alfred Pit,
the China educational committee, andc grail.
for this season was selected to lead I The program will be opened by the
in the observance of the Chinese na- sing ing 0 the Chiniese national an-

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program. An orchestra has been irt -1
ranged, which will play both Chinese -
andl western music. -' -
Fol]lowing_ the program, the Chinesel IIIIIN% A
students will hold a. reception. Me ini
hers of the Chinese club awl all other'
friends of China, whet her Cinese or ic
American, are invited. =dl -.d
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MOSCOW, Oct. 8.-Twenty-five do-;-
ta chnent s of trained rifl emen havei
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS
At Only
A. NASH & CO.
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Phone 9736
And ask that a represemiathe of the NASh (CO. call upon you to
show samples anid styles andi to 1,21=e our measuir for a suit or
overcoat of which you will Ihe proud.
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Buckskins and Capes
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That we are bakers of not only
fine bread and rolls, but also of
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THE
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Try them for di~nner tonight.
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FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
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Special at 29c, only in Lbhs.
TICE SXTRA-1ALb. CHOCOLATES
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When you are Downtown, don't
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