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THE MICHICAN

DAI L Y

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1928

AMERICAN GIRL WILL WED NEPHEW TT[ flDFP MI7TIf
OF SWEDISH KING ON DECEMBER 1 Oi lE UU~lI RL iIIUI

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HOLIDAY MATINEE TODAY WITH
FULL ORCHESTRA ARRANGEMENT

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": : :::,i:::""":M1 ..:,:: ":,:,Wall Be Retamned For work
in Washtenaw county to fnance
_.;.wiha :::~:~::the tuberculosis ork00 thisri-
,,,:: hetbruoi work in ti court-
}'."":tyY, was inaugurated yesterday with
":"; };:}".: ?";.;". ri~ii::::;ie::the WEashteflaw county branch of
:.:..".the Michigan Tuberculosis associa-
tion mailing 14,000 seals to resi-
dents of the county.
Joining the ranks of American Count Folke Bernadotte, son of Seal sale campaign plans, includ-
girls who have married title for- Prince Oscar Bernadotte, of Swe- ing a poster contest in the rural
den. The wedding is set for Dec. schools, a booth for the sale of
eigners is Miss Estelle Manville, 1 at Pleasantville, N. Y. A new seals in this city, mailing of seals
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ed- photo of the betrothed pair is rtoall residents, and other fea-
ward Manville, who is betrothed to shown above. tures, were announced today by
Mrs. Flora Neal Brown, executive
secretary of the Washtenaw county
'ndiana Fraternitiesbranch.
n Business firms of the city al-
Will Make Donation ready have received their seals,
these being mailed in time for use
U on monthly statements. Residents
Acting upon the suggestion of of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti and
the dean of students, the Inter- ,the rural sections of Washtenaw
"N" Club Members Resent Editorial fraternity council here has voted will receive their quota Friday, all
Suggestion.That Maroons 'o observe Golden Rule day Sund2 seals being mailed today and
S eave ig Ten Dec. 9. Observance of Golden Rule Thursday, the official opening date
day calls for the dispensing with of the sale.
the usual dessert at Sunday dinner The Washtenaw branch is super-
GROUP MAKES RESOLUTION The money saved in this manner is vising the entire sale in this coun-
then donated to the Golden Rule ty, being assisted in the villages by
Members of the "N" club at 1 fund to carry on relief work in various civic organizations. Let-
Northwestern university, composed various parts of the world. ters signed by Dr. John Sundwall,
of the athletes who have won their I president of the county branch,
letters in some sport while at, that' urging the purchase of these seals,
school, have come to the defense TRACESGRTare being mailed by the secretary
of the University of Chicago and OF IRISH THEATER to Ann Arbor and Saline citizens,
its present position in Western while the plea to the Manchester
Conference athletics. residents is signed by Mrs. Louis
The club has set forth a reslu-' Tracing the development of the
Tiohsinedb the pre t, ec- Abbey Theater of Dublin, the cen-I Grossman and Dr. P. A. Scheurer
tion signed by the president, sec- AbbeyTheater ofIrih ulitu renIof that village, both members of
retary, and members of the execu- ter of the Irish cultural renais- the executive board of the county.
tive committee, repudiating the re- samce, from its foundation by Wil- The Woman's Stuy cub at Dex-
cent editorial in The Daily North- 'am Butler Yeats,. Edward Martin, ter is aiding the sale there, and
western, student publication, which and Lady Gregory thirty years ago the Kiwanis club at Chelsea is
suggested that Chicago should through the vicissitudes of war and indorsing the campaign in that
withdraw from the Conference. political strife to the present day illage, while Prof. P. B. Samson
The resolution as written bythe LennoY Robinson, noted dramatist vlaYpsilanti, secretary of the
"N" club is as follows: and manager of the Abbey Thea- Washtenaw branch is adding his
"Our attention has been called described yesterday afternoo signature to the letter to citizens in
to an editorial appearing in a re_ in University hall auditorium the his city. The Milan Woman's club
cent issue of the Northwestern shifting scene of Irish letters and is directing the sale in Milan.
Daily in which the suggestion is the dominant personalities taking Only one booth is being provided
made that the University of Chica- part therein. for this year, this being located in
go withdraw from the Big Ten con- The qualities upon which the the Quarry Drug store on State
ference. Representing the "N" fame of his repertory theater is street. Persons desiring additional
club of Northwestern university, based ,according to Mr. Robinson, jseals, not receiving seals through
we wish to disavow this suggestion are stillness, beauty of speech, and the mail; or wishing to contribute
and to express for ourselves an rare and therefore meaningful more to the work of the organiza-
exactly opposite sentiment." I gestures. tion, may do so at this booth or at
The stage of his theater, he said, the office of the county branch,
Subscribe for the Michiganensian iseighteen feet wide and sixteen on the second floor of the Cham-
now. It costs only $4.00. feet deep, and it seats 550 people. I ber of Commerce building.

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Thanksgiving Spirit

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prevails more ad more, when we humans find a day of happiness despite the
many routine st-backs. It's well to be joyful by trusting ourselves to a feast
of entertainment and the traditional banquet. Let's join the thousands in
festival spirit.

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An Airplane Battle"-Ma Cabaret Holdup--Thrill
Follows Thrill in This Captivating Love Romance!

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MAJESTIC STRING
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KEN OSBORNE
Relief Organist with Novelty
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COSMOPOLITAN OPENING SATURDAY
And Our First Great Attractions for Joy Month

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