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SATURAY, NOVEMBER~l:1 7. 1 "125 PG TRI

F 1K MICHJIGAN D.AFY

PAGE THREE

LAKETO CONDUCT,
Will 04cdiver Scrinon At > niversity
OFFER SPECIAL MUSIC
Armistice lay services of an all-
University and~ city-wide character
will be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow
in St. Andrew's Episcopal church, it
was announcedl yesterday. Rev. Kir-

resent Library Exhibtion
.. Cliildren's books'' is the title of "ITv~rJ~±' >i i--]zdQ b
the present exhibit, of books inthe lod
lobby of the Library. u , 1 e are
One section is devoted to examplesro (1,f 111,i. u:. ione' li
of "'Mother Goose'' books. ThereisI; o Sua(4're silhou-
a copy of a "Mother Goose'' book il- ( .t ( n fa"Ir-y
lustrated by Hate Greenwaiy, famous v;, 111 81ores, .X 515'"A
because of her letters to John l us -Tiakwz ">h~ i,,i l .enr. Ei
kin. , ' ~ iiikn
. IoeDunlap is a representative >u'' us e:'ii A it i;1jrati('.Aix~~~
t artist sihtyand ilsrtro ok;frPirL
slgtlalder children, such aslutrto ' i"'o Ii}<Cl.(,=.h ~ ; uss i. urc :Uae ozrc'I 11051
Pied Piper of i am lin" or 'The Little '( of W u It - . de In a ie, A. A. L m ri c " A a o e Fr] jsIOii V (vSVe 0 11 N E. i W 1
aIC~. .-ame Prince". An tole Franc 'na-su. w :::'n We \r e Very"..n,{e
- ~ ~ .&tn reA,,~rT~.*~4I~54&S ;~s~ a
HIT ~ ThEARE OJWCH

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It alian juvenile mnasterp~iee,. B-fr )'ic('iflattledores are card -i ill The directories, comprising 65
niochio, the Adventures of a Marion- 1.i r rwood tablets with a. thili U I IE U printed pages, give the name, degree,
(t h [o", ttnd. uh Lftig's1'11eo varlishanderrpoer- IR IR1title, home address and telephone
o: '' n -1uh.otv' Dr.Theolittle. l the vrnshand e proe asthe III n flT RlRlIV
ouohs.N oxt. to these is a collec. ' IiLI L K 11111 IIPIIUII r, umiber, campus address and tele-
o1rnABGboc rE onpr i of ctllthdi n s 1 .rks of the first j phone of all on University pay rolls.
\\ii ie heolder on(s iilonQe e~hirlil ,' 181o h Phiiei uy ________I_______
ol winlg i1 e'flt advll i(es. Th'le old( r V aculty directories will be distri-I
enaiiiples a' railed ''ioruhooks'',he- -...- -buted at the secretary's office, Univer- CEBUG-rhbso ipa
(suethtey ore *written onl parchmient, A 1 2-inrh lahoiiog'aph record I hat sity hall, Monday, to members of the of Leningrad is a passenger on the
pa11',laced( ill a 1~frme, iid eovered w ifflla~y 100 ,n initeghas [)(een in- faculty and to all others on the Uni- -Leviathan, which sailed for New York
Wi t a thin lawn(! of I ralspa-ellI lhorni ve1al id. veristy staff: recently.

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sopp Lake of the School of Religion
w \il deliver the sermno.
Members of the University R... T.
.C. have been .invited to -attend, and
request that all memers of the or-
<'ganlization do so, has been made by '
President Clarence Cook Little.
The service will be of non-denom-
R ' Wti onal character, modeled after the
Armistice (ay service held each year
-Ani Westminster abbey. A two minute
S period of silence will be observed.
t? Special music will belpreesnted by
the choir, including the anthems "God
so Loved the World," by Stainer, "No
h:Shadows Yonder," by Gaul, >and the
r hymn "O Valiant Hearts," by Ark-
[. wright.
PEIDENT IEMERITUS
OF ALBON-IS DEAD
Dr. ,1)11 e Was Naionally Kowi as
Eloquent Prollitolst
(By Associated Press)
ALIBfON, Mich, Nov. G.-Dr. Sam-
uel Dickloi, president-emeritus ofAl
Al ion college, is dead at his home
here.
Dr.. ikie was the eloquent apostle
of prohibtion in the days when the i
war on alcohol was being waged
against heavy odds. Known in Mich-
igan chiefly as president of Albion
college, whose destinies he directed
for 20 years, Dr. Dickie earned na-
tional repute even before his days as
a college president as an orator whose
faculty for logical, concise and im-
pssioned expression was trained on
the cohorts of liquor.
t, Dr. Dickie was born in Burford
township, Oxford county, Ot., June ,
1851.
4~For 10 yearly beginning in 1877, Dr.
SDickie held the chair of mathematics
7at Albion colege, resigning in Dec.
1887, to become chairman of the pro-
hibition national committee. This
position he retained for 12 years,dur-
ling which time he visited every
state, speaking in every city of 20,000
inhabitants or over.
His reputation as an orator was
Sbrought to its highest point during
this period, and he won additional
k prominence in later years through
'debates with liquor advocates. His
Sdebate with Mayr Rose of Milwaukee
1probably was the best remembered.
Iin these affairs he was a hard and
uncompromising fighter.
In 1901, Dr. Dickie was elected
president of Albion college, succeed-
mlDr. John P. Ashley. He remainedj
head ofthe institution until 1921,
when he retired.
Cosmopolitan Club
Initiates?75 oday
Menmbers of the Hindustan club wil
, Servo at the lunchen of the Cosmo- I
pcltan club at 1215 o'clock today in
~Ilarris hal. The Indians will serve
:come of their faorite native dishsj
j andl will ibe dressed in native costume.
On this occasion, too, the club will
-~hold its final initiation; more than 75
anew miembers will lbe taken into the I
Sclub, It is expected that President
yClarence Cok Little will e present.'
SThe successful use of radium in the
~treatment of leprosy, it is believed
will result in the t?boishment of seg-
, rogation.
SDETROIT THEATRES],
j THIS WEEK
thubet taf~yLafaygtte50atoSh$3
~cbuberNightsW
M1, nargan Mat.,
1VJ4ursday, besit seats, $. Sat. Mat., Soc to $250
're, Cadillac, 8795
The STUDENT PRINCE
H very Play Goer Should Se It!
Every MusicLover Will Hear Itl
tMale Chorus of 60 Girl Chorus of 351
~ Eves. - 50c to $2.50
J"OlAR RI C Wed. Mat. 51kto $150.
Sat. Mat. 5c to $2.00

~AIE'S I RISH ROSEi.
EAST 2 WEEKS I
Final Performance Nov. 14
~ ights 75Cto $1.50
'Qunt l~ Plahoue,*,S~s ran75C
W 0 to4w1'rdlat 1liot Tel. GlenI( a'r )92
The BONS TELLE .COO
In twe Rollicking, Hoye!.Satiric Coinedy;
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