THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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A lawyer, E. R. Sunderland, profes- Board in Control of Athletics, at I
sor of law; a doctor, Hugh Cabot, the Michigan-Iowa football game.
dean of the Medical school; a "The Michigan Pre;s club is probab-
teacher, John F. Shepard, profes- ly bringing together in its program
sor of psychology, and a minister, this year, the most rcpresentative
Arthur W. Stalker, pastor of the group of speakers that any state
First M. E. Church, will speak on news convention has ever been able
this subject. to assemble," says Prof J. L.
The convention will come to a Brumm, head of the department
close on Saturday afternoon, when
the members of the club will be the of Journalism, who has charge of
guests of Fielding H. Yost and the the program.
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P-rcy Marmont in "The Stronger Will"
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TONIGHT IS THE ARCADE THEATRE
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9,000 Students Tonight to Join the
ARCADE THEATRE SCHOLARSHIP CLUB
Some student will have his tuition paid
next year by this theatre-First oppor-'
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We wish to stress the importance of this mid-week attraction
inastntuch as its entertainment value has been overwhelming in
every theatre fortunate enough to play it.
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