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December 13, 1931 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY su

es Planned for ChurchesI
,hroughout City;.Hillel
to Hold Debate.
Continiued fro-in Page A1)?
Prof. Robert Hall, of the geo-n
y departincint, and a member'
Explorer's Club, will speak
ipressions of the Japanese
anid their relationships With
sermoni of the service at the
ahem Evangelical church will
en by the~ Rev. J. CL. Koenig,
nary to India. "God, the Pro-
of Man." will be the topic
Fi1rst church of Christ, Sci-

Institutes Courses

LEZVN RN ER P-,IE UP HUGE I
L A ( 'B TLF F HECENTURY"

TREASURE!Gol.-

Sold.Rented . l(a zeaired
l o -* z 0.1 c h= a s

FOUNTAIN PD, N
Pr.rer, "She 'r, 1tein ,n
A l.arge =nd cho ice asrn
314 S. State St., Amn Arbr.

NEW YORK. Dec. l2--(i~')-Siciney
5, Lens and Oswald Jac&by took

:: __a:. youth fulG, nervy Jacoby!
inie. hor~to ~i?:tie ir ls

a cvatagec c reatcars to runj whn-te ',rdsare running against
away rm Mr. adMs l ~ hmadas how to g'ot the most
bertson in theforhssino the Iout f laola hands or almost
coa r aic ,t bi g aah n cnd g p n l' h y have out-maneu-
eary toay >.u ic ecrSet in the tIcs
of the sesorpee tvao fkeigopnnsfo on
the "omii ytmof bidin :o ad ubar And this is a
cumulated ,3moepnt t mae:o inosofte oet
a -grand net Itout1,Of , 50 e O:f sstms.
Jac-eby lbid th re itle slames and v- e
maethem. Another, coul-d have .acs tou
be'n ade. lwith a corrc hice't ; 1 s a to America
of 'r bid. tMrs . Cuibeison made1. one l . .
Tier husb1an'd cou:ldishare tried for L TN ec. l2.-(141-Adolf Hit-
anotherbu prefersred a safe game! ler, CGcrmany ti No. 1 Fascist, tried
aid rubbo.?r. to reach the ear of America tonight
It was a speedy session. More, with -a broadside against Chancel-

DLLNNISPORTi, Mass., {Dec. 12-
l: r : nB~~,sixteen-year--
oldhig' ehoo stden, egan
digging in hi' bacyard for a "pot
P eler=Leisi had told Ber'ry that
his (Elm.er's) father, Thatcher
S4Lewis, now dead, had buried gold

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there !because 1.:he distrusted .', 1 bank s.'
voted: all hi,,paeim o the ex-
cavation of the su'p posled buried
treasure, even digging at times by
moonlight.
Here recently the boy unearthed
a glass jar which contai ned:$20 gold-
pieces representingi, . ae
band of paper arounc;die jar told
of its having been bur}iedC there for,
18 years and one da y.

v. E. C. Stellhorn, pastor of the
Lutheran church, wiJl speak
"The Need of the Christ of
tmas," while at St. Paul's Lu-
.n church, Rev. C. A. Braueir
ell of "The Message of John."
ident services of the -Hillel
dation, to be held in the
el of the League, will be led
lfred Koch. Byron Nov it al y will
on "Is the J 3is tu.dent
aring for TL fe?" :A 'qate will
eld this evna o eolved:
Intemariag oftheJews
4 be Beneficial." NathaLevy
speak.

Dr. W. T)Hnro, head of the
Ex c, sion Divisioun of the Univer-
sity, whch branch is responsible
ysfor tc iw.?'tirdtion of correspond-
C :C. ~WtS otxh various public
0 adsf, he said.

rubbers were played than during
any other and the grand total rs
to 17 for Lenz and Jacoby, to 11 for
their opponents. IRends dealt WereI
45, reaching the grand total of 154.1
Lenz and Jacoby shut out the Cul-'
bertsons in three rubbers. The Cul-
bertsons won one shut out.
It was peace session. Jacoby
praised the Culbertsons for beingi
graceful losers and poor Winners.
Cuidbertson remarked thatO'be found
1his opponents in exce _;l] wuthumor
for a change.
Proponlents of the rivalsytm
found roudsfor a'u'enbt
neuftrail nkiitcrs we re im press
a jaim by tli eLt tT srecod

br_ ir= ing-but the dictatorial1
arm of the government thrust him
aside.

"Tae Me!
-nay life
or her child's!"
Fo h esaricd
sake . *for r
grzfat lave .. I

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PL AYIN-G

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Continuous 1:30-11:00 P. M.

DI . MADE HIM
WITH MY OWN HANDS isI

Pam.

Introducing
One of America's t
Finest Stage Stars!
withi
LEWIS STONE
NEIL HAMILTON
CLIFF EDWARDS

At .

<.X-THE MAN WOMADE-A MONSTER
AlF JENLY WARNING
If you. have a weak heart and cannot
{ stantd intens2e excitement or even shock,
eveadvse yo; ru NOT to see this produc-
tic=:z. If, con the contrary, you like an
'i unusual thriil, yo)u will find it in
1?r ~"rAi _NxKENSTEIN"

XM, AS ',3UGGESTIONS

ADD ED ATTRACTIONS
"PARISIAN GAIETIES".
S'imn Summerville Comedy
"SNAKES ALIVE" IP PARAMOUNT
Novelty liIIINEWS

j~COIN CLIVE *" t'AAE CLARKE 9 JOHN BOLES
j< BORIS KARLOFF : Dwight Frye " Edward Van
Sloan " Frederic Ker r. Directed by RAMS WHALE
Produced by Cori Lvemmle, Jr. From The soy by Maory Wollstvorft
,Uhelley. Adopted by John L. lBlderston from t te ploy by Peggy WobPltA.
EXTRA
CHA.E-«WA A BOZ"

MONDAY OWL SHOW
"STRANGERS MAY KISS"-NI'ORMA SHEARER.

SUBSCRIBE TO THE, MICHIGAN DAID.

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FOR HIM

FOR, HER

Your brother, friend, your husband
yo ur son.

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SPECIAL CHRISTMAS
SALE OF KAYWOODIE
AND ILANO PIPES
Regular Prices, $3.50) and x,4,00
BEN WADE PIPES
$2.95 anid4.95
AND FUIO SL
11 . kVa l s up o $9.25
Monson Lightecrs, $4.50 & $5 .9
ValueS up to $6.50
Beautiful Toilet Sets for Men
Yardley's and Coty s
Beautifully Wrapped Boxes

Your sister, girl friend, your wife
or daughter.
DELIGHT HER WITHA
CHRISTMAS BOX OF
WITMA'SCAD
We pack, nail ~inn deliver for Christi-us
day'- ADVANCE O.RDERS NOW.

ORAT ORICAL ASSOCIATION
Presents
Marii~land Osa Johnson

IN PERSON

Perfums and Toilet PSets
C ampacets- -Famcous :Perf um-ers
CotyHoubgn-Yardley

Speaking and .Showing Films o

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Harriet Hubbard

-Ayr,

"on ders of the Congo"

Ric h adun.

III

Their story of toYears amnong the pygmes
and gorillas.

AnIdeal Cr istmas Gift

11

A CIN-KOAK

Record your Cristmas parties
in movies. Thin of theiar value
in years to come.

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