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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY G, 11°4

~'AGE TWO THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1~2~
11111 torts on this modern problem. The

ITT~h~fltone of the convention was not that
LAN Atu triv DETROITM
o ° wholesale support of the conditions
STI~iF T ~ N~FNTI as they e;xis;t, but critical and con-S

News From Other Colleges

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SEVE NC('NCERTIS lIE-ND)f IIED BY
LLINOIS GLEE UlIA-13 N TOUR

- - - - -C (onpleratlion N'eeded
It was decided that more cooper"a-
iehigan Students Gather Al 3 iI io s n. fth os miet eds UIRI. i L iT Y O4h I LTNOv{IS. ti'r
Headed By Proinient 3ieii In of missionar work. Alccording to Ho- +aa.--hrymmbrofielnv-
MissionaryField \ward ilcClu(;kev, of the School o1fe lbmd teana oi
E ducation who was one of the Usni- siyGeCubmdthainlho-
3,000 DELEGATES PRESENT versity delegates at the convention,I day tour throughout the state. Sev. n
"It was shown that insteadl of theI concerts were given in various cities,
Included in the 3000 delegates a . Americans doing all the work, the the repertoire including popular as
the tenth quadrennial Student Vol- actual work should be done by the well as classical selections.
unteer Convention, held in Detroit religious workers of the various ceun-
last week, were 56 members of the tries. That the native worker Is the,
University. Guided by some or the one to be given the instruction, in
most prominent men in the mission- that way building into the culture of
ary field, the convention is saidi to the country and embodying it as a
have struck a new note in the pre- p art of the new teaching, instead of For that tired fe4
paration. of youth for work as mis- 'totally abandoning it."
sionaries in foreign countries. Every Sherwood Eddy, well known travel- a
section, of the country was represent- er and philosopher, Henry Hodlgkin,a L
ed' and the number of foreigners pires- Secretary of the National Christian
ent gave each meeting of the convx,; Council of China, and John RI,.ott, the easy'-ru.
tion an international atmospher e. (Chairman of the International Mis-k
Former conventions dealt with thW. sionary Council, were the leading'
work of missionaries in this country speakers, o_ the convention, and one 0.:~
as well as others, but the D)etr oit of the discussion groups was led by Authlorized D)ealer; I. (. Smil
convention confined its discussion Eric Thomsen, student Councilor of Also Unjderwood aind
solely to work of Americans in ror- the Student Christian Association of All makes sold, rente(
eign. countries, concentrating its ef- the University.

I'RNDI)TE LLENG SALTrSi IT'S
OF 01110 ) STUDENT lDISSECTORS
O1110 STATE UNIVERSITY, Co-
lutl lus--I ' slhmcn studying medicine
anad dentis~try believe that smelling
s;ats will aiO1 the stuidents who have
' amblitionls to become doc~ors. When
he instructors in the dissection of
morbild anatomy c'heckedi up on the
students instruments cases, they
found several bottles of smelling
salts. Other searches revealed con-
cealed perfume.

s Nrld

ecling!
rc -CSmith

ALL THIS WEEK
THE LAUGH OF A NATION
IF YOU MISS IT, YOU LOSE!
77/r
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Time of Shows
:00, 3:40, 7:00, 8:40
Topics of the Day
Lyman Howe's
Hodge Podge
A Novelty
"For HMen Only"
Reograms
COVER .11It(I1JGAN
News
Reviews of 1927
Organ
AND
Arcade Orchestra
FEATUTRE
Preseniitg
Beery & Hatton
IN rIlHII CfEDY IT
"Now We're in
DO INOT SREF TIS
PICTURZE IF YOU DO
NOT CARE TO LAUGH1
LAUGHS EVERYWHIERE
PRICES
MATINEE-Oc, %3 e, .)0c
NIGII'1S-0t5k and SWe

PARTY PROGRAMS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
j INVITATIONS
,' STATIONERY

'10 I-IT ONLY!

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FOLDERS
NEWSLETTERS
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BUSINESS CARDS
CALLING. CARDS
ETC., ETC.

LV .A A O 0 O A .Y Ai - Y a

NON-PROFESSIONAL TRY-OUTS
-and on the screen tonig ht and balance of week--
.k
FACING DEN1
r YF She had loved
brother of her
# :band, and after
j ~trayinr him,
-( ~'". .2saved his life
' --\ confessing herse
~spy, and-
iNow the firing squad!
dauntlessly she awaite
fatal command, "Fire!
A highly dramatic sto
love and intrigue or
desert Moroccan was
story vibrant with
emotion and tense app
IN Don't miss this engr,
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GREAT LINDBERGH
WHAT A PICTURE!i
NOTHING ON EARTH TO MATCH IT

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STARTS
TODAY

This Theatre welcomes into our community the beautiful new
Michigan, an institution which makes- its debut to Ann Arbor
this evening. Professionally speaking we are positive you'll love
its architecture and modern appointments.

AN OLD FAVORITE RETURNS A GAIN'
D arnng----A characterization you have
never seen him do before

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yov
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his
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her sake, he would forgive
past. But he discovered
it could not be so easily
iGilbert here gives a truly
nifirent portrayal of a
:h torn between love and

J LOVED HIMT
FLESH AND THE
DEVIL"

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1go .cr'azy over him
one !

AXMONTA BELL
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