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October 30, 1927 - Image 3

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'SUNDAY,*OITOBER %30, 1927
PRESIDENT AD'DRESSES
NEYV BOABDING SCHOO0L
(Continued from Page Two)
every effort will be made to surround
them with influences to advance their
artistic appreciation. Mr. Marotti, a
famous Austrian sculptor, has been
retained by Mr. Booth to design the
artistic appointmotits for the school
such as staiiied glass windows and
miouldings. In its art edugational
program Cranbrook school is almost
unique among preparatory schbols;
attention is regularly being given to
training the boys in the crafts and
ants with a definite idea of enabling
them to correlate the hand and the
eye in the creation o beauty.
Cranbrook school is affiliated with
the Episcopal church of Michigan, but

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lit is st rictly non-sectarian. It is the! serving the needs of the metropolitan
donors' pur-nos'e and wish that the area surrounding Detroit; but board-
chool t hall not be limited to oys' ing accommodations ma4 osibe,
of any pa rticular denomination and; the extension of this service not onlyTO-
ci'eed. In a general way the school' to the youth of Michigan but to boys 4:..;::
is connected with the beautiful new in any part of the country or the
Christ's Church which Mr. Booth is world who care to avail' themselves
building a few rods down the road of its facilities. The need for such
IHfrom the school. D~r. S. S. Marquis, an institution in' this part of the L Y g N E '0T
rec'tor of that c'hurch, is a member country has long been felt by fanrl-
of the school's board of directors,I lies who have had to send their sons AND}
spiritual adlviser to the school, and to Connecticut, Massachusetts, New
nstructor isi Bible. York , and New Jersey to give them sPat
Primarily, Cranbrook school intends :a preparatory school education. q Place Cards Novelties 'oisciunkers, 3Masks

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ID.A G OODLANDEE?-WEBB
COFFEE HOUSE
755 East University Avenue, at Hill Street
Sunday, October 30, 1927
Special Steak .Din~ner, $1 .50-12 p. m. to 3h p. m.
A La Carte, 5:30 p. m. to 8 p.m.,
October 31-Halloween Dinner, $1.00
Ftior Reservations' call 31891

HIere At Lu :t!4 IY
It's Been a Long Time
Coming, But Well Worth
Waiting for. Yes, Sir !
And Now
MICHIGAN
Enters the Professional
:11 Field of Crea-ting
, Stars, Presenting

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Furniture-Rugs

112 East Liberty St.

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SPECIAL EXTR
MICHIGAN
ILLINOIS
FOOTBALL
PICTURES

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Duncan PhfeDesign
Adapts itself admirably to' our present day,
homes. Just in its simplicity is its richness.
Fashioned from GENUINE MAHOGANY
and finished in a warm red tone. Several new
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umenit of unforgettable entertainment-;
dramia - comedy - thrills - action-sus-
penise. But back of it all is something

that only Bartheliness can bring you-
that makes this picture so thrillingly
e~fforent fronm any you have ever seen;

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