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JANt-.'AR, i M If)20

THIE MICH111GAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

JANUAflY 10, 1~I26 'THE MJCH~IGAN DAJIiY PAGE ~HRE~

]Anglican Church
' k Names American'
FM FflO !i ii t~'" 7 ii SH IBLET32 Indiany As Deacon 4

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CONDUCTl VAST SURVEYJ

Annonpcnentof appointments to
the efitl i tbfa~l1usiness maa-
,igeri-ij of the? freshman handbook
was mlade es erdiay by Frederick
Shilltio;,'27, mranaging editor of the
Student Chri stuan ass ociation publica-:
tion for first yearstude(nts.
Theo appointmennts.7 made to the 1926
staff ar^ as follows: Donald Double-;
dlay, '26, lbusiness; manager; Ezra;
Y oung,426, assistant editor; Cassam
'Wilson,2 '28, aista nt editor; EllisI
'Jerry, .';'2 ,)sport editor; AMargaret
H-eneke1,~ '2(i, women's editor; and A.1
M. Babcock., '26A, art editor. All se-
lections, ihave been approved by the
cabinet of the S. C. A. with the ex-
ception of that of the women's edi-I
tor which vwas authorized by the Y.
W. C. . cabinet.
Actiial work on the handbook will
begin soon after the opening of the
cl-cond semester. All the copy will
blprepared during the spring so that
thle book~ may be printed early in the
summier, and mailed to incoming stu-
dents during August.
The handbook staff is now conduct-
ing extensive correspondence with the
st-affs of similar publications in other
Universities and colleges. 'By this
xneans thley expect to compile statis-
tics on thie methods of~ financing hand-
books, the amount allotted to the var-
ious departments, the method of dis-
tribution, and the scope of the influ-
ence of handbooks published through-
cut the country. Practically all the
publications which have been consult-i
ed have requested a detailed report oil
the conclusions drawn from the sta-1
tistics.l

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Red Fox St. James
Red Fox St. James, Carlisle gradu-
ate, is the first Red Indian deacon
of the Anglicani Universal church. In
six months he will be a. priest.
E RAYERdTO TALK
Prof. William A. Frayer of the his-
tory department will deliver an ad-
dress on the :present situation in Italy
at 8:15 o'clock Tuesday in 'room D,
Alumni Memorial hall, under the au-.
pices of the Circolo Italiano. The
public is invited.
DETROIIT.-An audit of the ad-
ministration of the fund turned to the
American Legion for welfare work,
has been requested by Secretary of
State DeLand.

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ie aster Craftsman In The
Realm of Perfect Entertainment
BIDS OUWECOME ABOARD HIS
SHIP OFGATJOY
The World Faimous Action Star in the Exclusive First
Anni Arbor Showving of His Brand New~ Production
That All Ann Arbor Has Been W4aiting, For.

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LAST
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Eves.- - 50c to $2.50
Wed. Mat,.50c to $2.50
Sat. Ma?.. - 50c to $2.00

Th~le Belt Melodrama of Years
r Of The
AL. A.outh Seas
Thrilling Drama of Tropic Passion

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Iiulu Hula Girls

Hawaiian Musicians

Engagement Ends Saturday,-Jan. 16

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A Trujyelmarkable, Typical, Thrllin
and Otstanding sceen Achiebe
ment that :Naves ataMile
a }Wnute Pace-
If yoea wi~l I ga he courage to tailk baeA to °a traffic epp-thlen don't; n
sFeinl ' FAIRBAN S in tisa! For dlashing, daring -adventuire, gasping esea
frtsm deatChaby j.,n to h air"'s luxealtlb, Iove-mnaking by 'aalashinig adventure
If you waaC"ATION," entert-Ohuent of .a 'stitr- sup erliPtti a degree, thien
all °meawl 1)G'YT MISS THIS'
THAT IT'S GREAT GOES "WITHOUT SAYIA
Tha 1ca interpretatIon Ly the Arcade s~mplhoie combination presenting t
orig Inal Tie :fork score to its entirety.

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THE A WADL A.N'TS; EVERY PATRON "TO SECURE A SEAT.
~e geaty rgre th delay and anmoyance caused our patrons
thLwnzia the. trem,,ndous demand for seats., Patrons are asked
to note car-u-lly 4fAr inqg tine of performances and then .arran v'
to t diH EAIUN - and avo1fl the standing line.
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A REUEST

POLICY SUNDAY
Matinee
1:30-3: 10-4:50
Evening
7:00-and 8:40
Talcoiiy, tor
M la " Floor, ft
Children, 25e
L oge; Rc'served.. 75c

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POLICY OTHER DAYSr
Mat14ree, 2:0-:4
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