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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDA, IaIIWII20, 1927

--~3TO II IHIA AL

Fayer Declares 4Students Sympathetic HAYIfN SEAKi'Wh ill hpnbli:,hd i^
At" yBI ' ; T LUNCHEON OF ltuc(Iteenr1rledCl1
NIIESR AtIE~ With R.upert Hughe~s'Stand COn Idolatry H C G O N I n> oil f ciicni oL
gg ELB PE 30M "rs~ Jt dn W Quh, )0k,'Tleiin)('.>2C a l.tOL1 * * the 1 inlle problnmdE
f ly in Sym 1pathy ith the V IwS of rl-4 Hoeer, Ctol~nieS.d lrnifecSSO1withs refeeceto faic rela~ ipuS In the I AllU' iid) ~ .
.I Ie $,-ss On1IineuoAlte1'L Thir #lteeth ltpert Hughes wlwn helerieIs at- 'i ayerl, "pre' sentflay stndnts are not FarEast from his )()bM'Valoll5on it~lL',InlHC 111i;)V, 0
Anivrersary Of Its Founding tempts of educators who, as victims o in symipathy with all those who claimtwo tleIs to t he isa el; n nvstgae VWI1 'ihl h I i!
At hisUniversity a m isguided sense of patriotism, seek ct eatot leenoleiude tin111P(, ~ Prf.Josph t.l R Iaydelen"m~ til: vnti n
to I portsaY or national heroes i s ner of truth. Many writers seejm to be f---t---cinc (earrnn
M~4',JE Ti-AN IS ATTEN withnil o theoyntthe anolntirelltakeiupnwth sucartmentth
T10 r' archangls wt l f[ievrusadetieytknu'wt uhtig spoke yesterday at a luncheon of the -
t1 / none of the viec' which the flesh is as scandas, they tryto makhe the vie-Chicago Council of Foreign Rtelations .
heir 'to,'.',' rof. -Willham A. F raver oftirs oos ridiculous. Several such thiao- i ttt~~t~
C.(om memorating the thirteenth an- ibe'i~ yse'a ooks .have Clately been 1written, t- r inn Chicjjj ,l ntriwyetrhl.jPofso ago. 's vews ered--
ivraary of its. existence at the Uni-' iF1ghete mt by: Mr. Ilzhghs was' tempting to prove things on Washing- saeetcifyfo i rplssm
vlereity, the TUpper Room Bible ;class iis . torei t hs-h sl ste!ton that are not to his credit. Thle I tver ittie l lijefyhPo pso n m ls ~l- ?PRYPt r
edadinradasoeprga !hill for icturiing (eorge Wasinton idfiueoeuhathr a eati ntial commission. Silas I. t aw, ANNOUNCLMNTS
,mter: the: dinner last igtin te >g ae o the ac, tatthy w"t nr. kl (INVITATIONS
U eromatLnhiladiLaa :iiimmstead of .lmin.,h y. asks ite ote attatte rien Chicago atorny, elgat ofth
The oomat Lne alland n .anethe inovel t;,shul w ileicthe! rmttmtcly nta aalsiallyS ae oitotu lmcne
311 auditorium. 'Thomas M. Ilde', , j .l "1'v as though attennting to pull the sub-I United Sae otl pca ofr IN O~~
Vwho is leader of the roup, gave ca IUli . oftruth. in Q c'~urects ff teirdpdIstls. nce o hns aifsa eiladFOLDERS
~ot ak ndmsia nmbr asogrlamd hn eahthm li s a ________American member of the Chinese ex- N.SE~R
freatuired the program.,Vj aSPEAKS ic t *+trateritorality commission, president IPAAD
tUR LE IUSINESS CARDSa
Mora thae 150 sof the 8,000 memnbers aninu ir. i nd st hom the ayo uth ____SP AKSatth______
~ho are enrolled In the tUpper Roofigu,>mATA LUMNI ECLLINGC. R:
erprsnlatngtMr le ' odly inay well emulate?" \Va41- . ETC., ETC.'l
Weepeetls igt rcdnugom' w ir, ommnts Mr. ISellars Will Write
~ in a tril aoundsthe worl the flattest poss9ilc J1. A. Bursley, dean of students, ad- 11~
tae w asago that there were 'oni=,cio o h efrtt mk
min nery vr cutr e iugies, "ivntoes efoisto akgerdressed the university, of Michigan!1 Philosophical Books 1r
*isited. This membership inclu(Ies unci a fpct. hbo ateCre tabnut__ 215 S. MainSi. (off <. iety)
.erse college-students who were in h "A hunman Washington i igr held Friday night comleiloating te -- CPho 231i
.class at Btler college and at thel hero than a. tin god," adds Professor, 90th anniversary of the University Prof. Roy IV. Sellars of the Phil- vp"
~.na echr olgeweeleFrayer. "Such are the vlews of the; The meeting was held at the Battle osophy (department1)ha 1)een selectedFo Serviceand QyaU y, None S 5r
bed the-same Mlass for more than imi post-wva school of iograplhy. Creek Country club and was attended to be tme eitor of a ,ries of boos _ -
tweny yarsbefre omig hre. Attemipts are now being made to val-! by more than 100 alumni. He spoke -
In nn rbo atth prsen tie ate the men of the past in more hu-, briefly' on administration policies.l
there are about -500 members who are man terms.". Dean Bursley returned late last nightj
Aiterested in-the class and occasional- Such a mo11veniemt has been current Ito Ann Arbor.
,,,attend the, Saturday ni'ght meet- in historical circles for inapy years, !--- -
..;The. Uppe'r Room bulletin, -pull- according ,to Professor Frayr. Morel II COLUMBIA. -Two-thirds5 of the
I6hed esver week, contains the mhews than 25 years ago, Paul 1-Lester Ford!I students here are engaged in p repro-j
Z the aneetings, and is sent to all inculcated the samve prlicles in his fessional courses.j
~embers in Ann, Arbor as well as to - -- ..
,all the .fraternitles on the campuis.

F Vi a:. ua^ LIMMMrv
:1 T N Y All,',P- , E

Company of International Artists
_____SPECIAL ORCHESTRAm~--%w
hil Orders, Now _ - - l r , Strat,
1>aailosIi- Eir ! Four iRow s ScomlFur i' lA
Reminder, $ 1.14)

.Reporft Shows Good
Hiealth In February N
Student ;health during February was
very goodl, according to the latest
statistical report from the Health
service.. Their v'were few cas5es of
serious illness; though, because of
icy suirfaces, there were several ft
cidents from fals.
Statistics ;compiled by :Dr. Warren
Fe. Fors~ythie, Health service d1iretor,
;,Bowed a decrease of 4,000 cases inl
the dispensary 4epartmient during the1
last eight.,nontlis as. compared witha
similar. period during the preceding
t'welve months. No further change
was noted.

BLUE BIRD HAIR SHOPPE

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FOUR IDAYS
May 1,19, 20,21
1927

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CONCERTS

HILL AUDITl-ORIUM

EARL V OORE :
1. 1 DRICK STOCI

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Rosa Porsele
Metropolitan O.Rera Comnpany
Betsy Lane Shepherd
American concert and oratorio singer
Lois Johnston
San Carlo Qpera CQpany.
Ernesine Schumann-=Heine
Jubilee Anniversary
Sophie Braslau
Metropolitan Opera Company
ElIsie B'aker ,.
aAmerican concert and;. oratorio singer
Armandi TOkatyan,,..
Metropolitan Opera Company
Arthur, Hack ett.

ANN ARBOR
Musical Director
Orcheat ral CPAd
Soprano
Sop ranoy
optralto
Contralto
Contralto
Conrt
Tenor
Teno
Baritone

AterjGAn concert. and ,oratorio
LawrenceTibett
Metropolitan {opera Company
William Simmons

singer

senme that bursts fo~rth evcry
lure Leon's rubber legs col-
lapse! Roaring, crazy stugy t!
With a dash of romance.
,11 tine4's
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e!.: 1ge f'tilre at;
and
4 :30

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American concert and oratorio singer
James8Wolfe
Metropolitan Oper~a Compalny
Lea Lubo shutz
Russian Violinist
Ern'est Hut cleson
hrinent American Artist

Baritone
Bass
Violinist
Pianist

H APF1Y HOBO SAM ... Just because he
fell off a Morse-Car he thought he was the Prince
of Wales! YOU'il think he's the funniest fellow that
ev-er cam- out of Broadway... It'll take a
bunion or a broken leg to make you stop laughing-
A whole week's fun packed in one evening!

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