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TU1ESDAY, N OVEMBER1,F 16, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. ia LY L1iLY+ y

PLAN TO CELEBRATE
PDIIDPU RLIwiIIIIETOul

! ocuments Commemorating Founding Of
Church Are Feature OfLibrary Exhibit

. Du u unARn vin ll ommemorating the centennial of!I President Garfield. A well-worn first
the founding of the Presbyterian? catalog of the "Ann Arbor Female
Afte may mnth ofplanin, achurch in A.nn Arbor, rare and old Seminary" for 1844-45 recommends
program for the celebration of the pictures, mapes and other documentsI Ann Arbor "as a lpleasant and healthy
hunredh anivrsay o th buld-relating to the founding of the city, place of residence during the mouthsj
ing of the Presbyterian church has and of the University are on exhibi- of summer."
been arranged for the last part of Ition in the lobby of the main floor of1 A mnap of the city in 1826 reveals
this week. The porm sat the Library this week. that Thayer and J( ffercson street's ex-
Thursday and continues until Sun- Beginning with the case at theE tended through tli. present campus,
day when it is concluded by the Cen-# front door are a large number of! and along State Streect. From. Williami
tennial service. I programs of High School commence- !to JIefferson were the State House,
At eight o'clock on Thursday me ts n feecssp]fr qae and thoulcfqae Eat
Mayor Robert A. Campbell, speaking for thswoha fallen sini thea Civil I Uni versity bigclldDnnhtet
for the city of Ann Arbor; Dean Al- war, and of the time of the death ofI A later map, dated 1854, has the cam-
fred H. Lloyd, speaking for the Uni- ;l)us outlined, the east half being usedI
versity '-of Michigan; Dr. Arthur W.I A homec-coming reception will be as a botanical gardlen, with the pro- t
of An ro;adD.Sme .sece ilb ie yRv ot Unvritiyera a nues, fwhihly h
Forrer, pastor of the Jefferson Ave. ± Mills Gelston, a former pastor of the tnvriybidng~ fwihol
church, Detroit, speaking for the Pres-I church and by Rev. William 0. Thomp7 iVason hFall antd Smith WVing rertlain,-
bytery of Detroit, are those who willI son, former president of Ohio State'a icdSaeS .~wt wd
give talks on this program. The quar- university, and moderator of the gen-
tet of the First Presbyterian church oral assembly of the, Presbyterian
will also give numbers during the! church. Judge Victor H. Lane will
evening.**preside at this meeting. !
On Friday night, an, historical pa- ( Reverend Thompson will also give
geant is to be given by the YoungI the sermon at the centennial serviceLi'j
People's association of the church. to be held on Sunday.
Ypsilanti Concert Course Servicej
Wednesday, November 1 7, at 8:00 Blenefit. WomenI's League.
New York String Quartet.I Leave filins for dieveloping,
printing or enlarging at the
PROGRAM League
I,. Smetana--"From My Life" Candy Booth
II. Haydn-"Frog Quartet"j "U" Hall
IlI. Borodin-Notturno________________
Goosens-B~v the Tarn..r.-,. , . -."..e . ojI
Grieg--Saltarcllo WHITNEY
' Thursda(~y, Fritday and ?
q.Ldmission, $2.00 Season Tickets, $5.00 Saturday I
FieCnet et Novebr18, 19, 20
~F v eocMate L ~ vin e Saturday
RECORD BREAKING
-Perfumed Bath Salts -ti'ID
- ~Houbigant'sd
Yardley's - - Lazell's-j
Woodworth''s .-
- A complete line in our toilet goods department.
Eberbach & son Co. I _____
--200-202 EAST LIBERTY ST. S al~es of Laughter! $6
Eve., 755, $1.$14i.65, $21
.ilfll~tlf t111llltil l~ilit .It tl~llttltlttt ltitltii~tlf~l1#~li Hl itI tll~tllll ' , ./"~s"r/~,r . "~/ .,/ ~/. 'o..i.. ,,r.~/,P.,"., (

Iopeni lawn in front." A number of Board of Regents in June, 1837, and
campus views taken from class al- a table of twelve professorships in
bums of 1872 and 1873 show odd fenc- budge Woodward's handwriting.
es surroundcing the grounds of the Two views of Hlenry Philip Tappan.
University, and the first view of Ann ;First president of the University, show
{Arbor, taken in .1852 from the south-- him at middle and 01(1 age, with heis
west, pictures sheep grazing onl the Bible opened at the page wherein is
h'illsides, the houses well scatt eredr recorded lby hiniself his marriage tc
Mnd the University barely discernable' Julia Livingston on April 17, 1828
in the b~ackground. Alongside of a soiled timetable of
The original copy of the act reu- stage coaches for Dexter and Ypsil-
ilig p~ermnission for a college in icili -3 anti is a notice of anl indignation
gan in John Monteith's handwriting is . meting of the citizens of the city tost
dated 1817, and a receipt for $5Tsigj act on the conduct of the 'faculty ofI
edl by Duncan Reid, was oneC of the the University in expelling students 1
first subscriptions for the founding who belonged to secret societies,
of a University. The institution be- that had been sent to the congress--
gan its career in Detroit, andl was first while on the other side is' a )etitioli
narned the U~niversity of Michigania,! that had been sent 'to the congress-
with two instructors besides the pros- man of the district requesting the
ident, 1Joh1n Monteith, who has alsoi removal of the incumbent postmaste-
th1e (distinction of being the first to of Ann Arbor.
Ipreach an English sermon in the ter- The first newspaper in Ann Arbor
ritory of Michigan. In the same case made its debut on Nov. 18, 1829, and
is a record of th~e first meeting of the was named the "Western Democrat."

The front page contained the Decfara-
tion of Independence, notes on the
lietup and tobacco indIustries, and a
formula for making cement out of
b~roken glass and wine. This paper
had a rema rkable number of names
during its life, b-ing c-alled at varocis
times "The 1Mich. ianWhiig,"' "Wash-
te-naw D)emocrat," "Mtate Journal ,"
and "Michigan State Journal." The
Tunes, now thle Thiies-News, noted
first issue of the' Ann Arbor Daily
that "Ladies are wearing white vests
and neckties in imitation of men" and

The
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For Reservations Phone 7781

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of fast news dispatch. It wja 9
vital link in the evolution of c-
operative gathering and dissemina-t
tion of news. As early as '1840, the
carrier pigeon was- an important unit
in disseminating news;
TELEGRAPH AND RADIO have sup-
planted the carrier pigeon, and
through these new media of word
and thought .transmission The
Associated Press has become an
even greater instrument for the en-
lightenmnent of the world. Read r
dispatches--..with your local new6i d

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