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December 02, 1928 - Image 2

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ME TWO - ~~THE MICHIGAN DAILY,_________
Student Volunteers
Hold Three Sessions
At Big Convention I DCN'BR21D2 S O VDT 1ET FI 1S ~RYI
FIFTEEN COLLEGES PRlESENT!
~~AT SIXTH ANNUAL gw
CONFERENCEC
MEMBERS HEAR HAAS]
Closing Session Will Be Held
Tomorrow At Lane Hall;
Is Annual Event
Three sessions of the StudentStrigTmro e.An T
Volunteer conference Were held -
yesterday ini Lane hail. The con- IERM OFDSICIEPCU SF'G EENLMTD-nUt
vention, at which 15 colleges from iPEET
all1 parts of the state are represent- Prul rsneItPplrPie L ETWE
ed, opened on Friday evening, andjItLaihPsly-5
-- will close this afternoon.
The activities of the day started1I
at the first session, which openedT
r at 9:15 o'clock yesterday miorning.
The delegates heard Mrs. Helen E..
Scott, an Ann Arbor residet t ho'
has been doing educational work
abroad for several years, and Dl..
Cyril H. Haas, '04M the organizer'
and director of an American hos-;
pital. A busine ss meeting followedf
the regular meeting., In the aftter-
noon, before the opening of the RA
second session, the delegates went In the Perfect ..
on a sightseeinlg tour of the ~cam- Motion Picture{z -r:'.ePRSNAIN
pus. The convenhiin heard Dr.-"
E. M. Dodd, At iiisoi worker in
r medical fields, and later Dr. Nor- \ nA od uao fbrsi
x.. the Zoology museum, gave a stere- c:.,
opticon lecture on China. a < <:; ;;
A banquet was lhld last night I
for the conference, at which six
foreign students, representing as' 10
many foreign countries, spok .' 1RtCM.PSM
Following the banquet, the third_
and last session of the day was IA ,E N 1CA LSFR EL&
- held, Dr. Haas speaking again. GRT NS EN na
Today's program will start at 9'1
o'clock when Dr. Dodd will address "';; :- tremendous drama played ,ND
the meeting. The final meeting PRgansDsUCinTbckrond
of the convetionbwllgbeoelddatA NATION PROSTRATE AT HIS FEET bol
4 o'clock this afternoon, yet this mad czar had not one person he could of Paris, Venice and Araby.
pbn- jCourtesans cavilled for his privileges Peasant
cored by the Student Christian trembled at his name This cza who made ,,7i+ olege Humors s ays:
association, s holding its sixth an- palace a madhouse Ths czar wom janrings. ( sow y ihVi retpwe1o dFZI teCisasrousIA ta e~~.I Scmoe fprryl ruh
nu'ssin ti opsdo to life again upon the screen. H M1Suet nerse nrlgos;!rslso laigfrkesi
suetineetdi regouEnhanced by splendid music byreut ofpaig orkesn IN
medical or educational work ;AL IEtieD sheik' sandpile.
abroad. The committee fin charge H______ ICIA RHSR
x ~ of the arrangements for the con- MCIA RHSR
StageE Prsetaio PEOP
ference was headed by Homner W HOOPEEs!taio
Grafton, general secretary of. the ,SO RHEA-SANTORO & CO. Dougas Charlie Norma
S. C. A., and the Reverend Samuel"peetn CONTINUOUS SHOWS TODAY and SUNDAY Faibanks Chaplin Tlag
J. Harrison, director of the Wesley EAL *'nli :0t 03 Vaudev ille Divertissmenlts"130t100 COMEDY FABLES NEWS ARTI
hlstdnwrkin Ann Arbor.! MAJESTIC STRING ENSEri
MELBOUREN. Australia, Dec. 1.-
Three bombs thrown into_ the Policy+
Greek club opposite Melbourne 0I:530
hospital today injured 15 foreign- j-" I,_-_________ _ .__________ _ __
ors, 4 of whom were sent to a hos- ! 4'40____________
pital. teThethree mncnciierne in____t. ________
theoae disappeared. I is be-!
lieved here that the bomb throwmig;
may have had some connection,
with the recent dock strike.
a : OUR PROUDEST
- HAS COME!
What 1borc Do You Need to Convince You of the rat..v....r....*-.....
- Good Things in Store for You During Joy Month? N °-t*
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