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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. DECEINIBEER 7. 1,924

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WORLD PEACE
IS DISCUSSED
BY MISSIONARY
Mrs. Emerich Contends Promotion Of
Understanding Is Most Vital
As Remedy
Mrs. J. W. Emerich, addressing a
meeting of the Cosmopolitan club Sun-
/day night in Lane Hall, stated that the
only way in which to achieve world
peace is to promote an u4iderstanding
in the hearts of the people of all
countries for the people of other
countries. The subject on which she,
talked was "Current Progress Toward
World Peace."
Mrs. Emerich returned three years
ago after.16 years in the Near East
where she acted as a missionary. She
led the international forum held last
sumimer and is an authority on world
problems. She has made an extensive
study of conditions in Turkey and all
parts of the#Near East.
The meeting of -the club was the
last before Christmas vacation and
was held after a supper in Lane hall.
PARIS.-A revival of fencing is be-
fng attempted by a little group of the
best swordsmen of France.
WINNEPEG. - An, American map
published in 1500 has been discovered
here.
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India's Burbank
Advances Theory
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Operating more than three hundred
stores, throughout the East and middle
West, the Kresge chain constitutes agreat
national merchandising instituition.
The remarkable success of the S. S.
Kresge Company will be surpassed by still
greater growth. New stores are frequently
being added. These require experienced
managers- competentmen,Kresgetrained.
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who earnestly apply themselves."

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