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November 15, 1927 - Image 2

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THE MICIGAN

DAILYI

'TJE,)I1.1N OVEMBER i1:5i, 1:12?

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W[LKEYS TALK OP[NS Naval Aviator Makes New Speed Record Traffic Handling Is Problem For Police
Pnuinnirnuoornio .~. - As Large Number Of Cars Comes To Game
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Takliig a text fro nt Paul, "We have
this5 ttreasur-e in erhnvessels.". lDr.1
Gilkey showed 11ow the je wel of re-
ligion, which clown through the ages;
wve gave kept in earthen containers,
has been l st from time to time amid
the dust, the fragmients, and the con-
fuesiont that come when the earthen
contajiners are shtiteredl. It is small
cause for «wnder that the present gen-
eraticn as tempo~tratilyr lost sight of
thy. jewe(l aiidIthe f ragfments of the-
ological (is1)UtC, contra)ry p~ersonal-
iteand antidluatefl fdoctrines. Stu-
dfnts, especially, who, feel that they
are; losing their faith among the frag-E
menits should take heart, for they are
on their way to discover the jewel of
a brighter, purer religion1.
The University Gxlee club sang
Bach's "Now Let 'Every T1ongue" as
the offeratory.

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Althtough the crowd that entered l the city. These streets and their in-
the~u salttom Saturday was not quite 1 tersections were virtually ipsal
;o lIr =ce as that of 'the Ohio State !for an hour andl a half to two horsr4
g,'tne three weeks ago, it resulted in after the game was over but w:8n
just as man-y autos if net more than all of the outgoing cro)d lhad 1bee1
the 25,000 which jammed the city's !swept from the streets and Ann Arbor>
s~ets or ha(iehictio gae. ndwas left to celebrating students and
ofi tis group thieve was a difference .in aun who did not leave until Sun-
thec general character of the crowd 1 day.
w~.hich increased the traffic officer's But there were doubts as to %vheth-
(lificutties. With Mlichigan playing er Saturday's crowdi was mateIrialy
«n1 iter-sect ioniai gaine by far the+ larger thani that of the first contf erence
li1jorily of the cars were Michigan game in the new stadium, and the, men
r tos whereas Ohio had contributed who direct the traffic squads were
l:a, -ely to the total of the O.S.U* cox- equally confident that next Saturday
tc~swould find a much larger crush o.
Mlost nciteCalie 0of the long lines of; autos invading the city for the last
M1i{-hi fan cars ' was that there was al-
tort-,fite in flux of D~etroit autos mean-1
h of course that the arteries of
ravel bietweenitntn Arbor and De-
troit were crowdled e'ven more than
in previous games. rThis added com-
i;leitY was thrown up~on two streets
in particulari, Division and Liberty,1
allthough Washt enaw was forced to
takRe the ent ire jail finally away from,

1 otlicers. These men wereaug~umnnte"d
by _Ann Arbor boy scoats whose duty
it xvias to dlirect viting drivers into
the parking areais designed for them
it wans felt tlhat thiis plan nvould ar-
move the& congst ion which resuilt
i crn nmidrstanding u_ tile signs.

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And the t b"yh)-i ;au in 11w..liicl herecently established a new speed reoi
o1 322,miles an I i ;Ur, 1ulying; oVer Ot hree cckilometer course at llitchltll Field,
N Y. wth a 40i-m-?e a"a his {.ack. The new ma.Irk is un1oflicial s11nCc'the(
only check nmad was by Lic tteulant Williams with a stopwatch.

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Late Stars of the
Ziegf~eld Follies

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iLinlolemnl cutformllof art
entirely (list inctive in tone
and, colorhrig.'Tltese are by
Ernest W. Watson. TO-
gether with wood cuts by
J. J. Lankes they make de-
lighitful gifts. $4 to $18.
Sixpeinny Teti, served ei vry
afternoon from four to six j
helps pass away leisure
time spent in browsin(g
through our hooks.
The fact that National Chli-
dren's Book Week starts
tomorrow means that there
will be considerable in-
terest in new books we've
selected, especialhly those
that are out-of-the-orcdi-
nary in binding and dec-
oration.
Trhe -Print ;and
Book Shop.-
5.21 F. Jefferson

fil('aryhi tilfulhe! I
You liked D ix in "'Ihse Q aa Iter-
back,''"Wo~n~anlslodled,'' or "'Man
I 'owel'' -" I I AN ( iI IA I I~1"1> )''is the

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1927 Danice Revue

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Miss Gay Nell
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Dorothy Va naist
lItroduicing the la-test
dancIe creatioii

1THURSAY
64,,N1sCov ry Night"l--4 Big Acts
MONT7:,E BL-UE in "THE BRUTE"

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On the Screen .
A JOY MIDE; ON WINGS

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With thme Star of -Also-
"What Price LUPIN O LANE
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"a \Glory - "SOME SCOUT"
E dmund I arl-tount News -
L owe Aesop ale CreIetoon1
Coming Thursday--"The Girl in the Pullman" with Marie Prevost

Please Note
This Attraction
Limited
Engagement

Today
And
Wednesday
Only

Surpassing Her Greatest Past Sucesses!

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of Dunmas' world famous
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MIICH.
NAVY
Football

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