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~iSDAY, -SEIPTEIMBER 28, 1026

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THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

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X .on don Bishop
*~To Visit Here
X t. Rev. Arthur Foley Wilmington-
( am, D. D. lord bishop of London,
presides over' the largest diocese,
&he Anglican church and is par-
titularly interested in, young men,
Sspend three days in Ann Arbor,
*7ct: 11-13 to meet with students of
ugUniversity.' The lord bishop is
,o engaged. in touring Canada and
will begin his American tour at Iowa
State college on Oct. 2, after which hie
will visit Chicago, Iowa and North-
western before coming to Michigan.
Following his visit here, he will go
to Harvard, Brown, Trinity, Yale, Co-;
lumbia, and Pennsylvania. At each ofI
these universities, the bishop will de-
liver talks to. the student body which
will be followed, where desired, by
personal conferences with such of the
.stuidents as desire to consult with him)
privately.
Golf and tennis play a large part
In the life of the bishop and he will
play with students at all the universi-
ties which he visits. He is 68 years
old but, in his own words, is still
"playing all these games pretty well."
No definte program of entertainment
has been arranged for the bishop's
stay in Ann Arbor, according to Lt.
Commander W. H. Faust who is in'l
charge of arrangements, but there
will probably be several informal re-
ceptions and conferences at which the
students will be given an opportunity
to tal kwith him..
G RRICK~e. Mt. -55ct. t 15
Sat. Mat. - 50c to 81:.50
The Crook Comnedy Drama with 'a
Million Laughs
Square Crooks
With DOROTHY APPLFBBY
A play In which m~elodramnatic situations have
been placed In comedy env ironment.
CA:SS!THEATER)I
Mats. Thurs. and Sat.I
L~afayette at Wayne Cad. 1100o
The MI$SSRS. SLIUBLRT'S11)
PRINCESS FLAVIA
With Howard Marsh, Evelyn Herbert

Sixty Freshmen
Attend Camp At .H
Patterson Lake[
Campus customs and activities werej
explained~ in full detail to sixty fresh-
men attending the camp conducted by
the Student Christian association at
Patterson lake. The freshmen carne;
to the camp on Friday noon Sept. 17,
and stayed over the week-end, leaving;
Monday at noon.
Freshmen students from all. overi
the country were present at the camp;
session' and prominent men on the1

cam)pus gave talks to them on the
various phiases of campus life. Dis-
cusiS~on groups' were condlucted andl
the following addressed the meetings:I
.President Clarence Cook- Little, Sec-
retary Shirley Smith, Dean Joseph A.
Bursley, Dean Hugh Cabot, Coaches
Farrell and Yost, and Registrar Ira
Smith. Frederick S. Glover, '28,
Thomas D. Olmstead, '27, and Richard
1Preyburg, '26, also spoke to the
groups.
The freshmen were divided into
small groups who lived in tents under
the supervision of sophomores and
upp~erclassmen. They were allowed to'
ask any (questions which camne into
their minds concerning campus life

Subscribers of The Daily who
fail to receive issues are request-
ed to notify t he circulation die-
p~artmfent, at The Daily offices in
the Press building on Maynard
street. The telephone- number
is 21214.

Girls

What Beauty Won't Dao
to Those Beasts!
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F~inger Waiving=-IMarellin~g
Bobbing Curling
Anna Cayer
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