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February 16, 1934 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1934-02-16

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PVd' le Irt( A ~e
Ali loi: frt'i lague CAct vi- 1 --
ty Chari.t through Feb06. 1 nmust be
turlned in at the Leagueie12E-
C ia e _y, a c co r d i ni g toe an
noune)tl 'EY't]innt <ade by 111'Nafiry
'35, last ni hAt. final ir plits( aito
come ct t t141end of thiswee
Of Dr. 1'.W4,de1's Talk
Dr. Theodore 0. Wedel, secretary
for college wore of the Episcop~al
ofhurch, spoke at an E piscopal stu-
dents' meeting at Ha.rris Hall yes-
cerday afternoon onl the s u b j e c t
"Why Be Good?" Previous to the
speech, the students miet to discuss
Dr. Wedel's speeeh of the night bie-
fore, "The College Student and God."
CLEARANCEL
f ttof "Al M id-Seaon IS
EF.TWO GROUPS for
'Street',Aflternoon, Evening
S;, es 14 to 221,
I ~VauePS to f,29.75
I, $7.95 and $10.75
TWO cGpOuP"S
Sports and Shreet Dresses 'I
r ~Ses 12 to 16,:i 1a
t $3.95 and $5.95
EXTIRA SPECIAL .
Twin Sweaaters
Values to $5.95 s
Single Slipovers
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~I6.$1.50ifsireL~

Where ToGbRFeIgorbip T0 ive I1)
IT71tee 16 GIn tongreg ational 4C
Theli fist Cong regational 8
A^t CiraLege "hn E-Fllwhpdan e of thle semes
Ly Lydia Mend11elssohln Theatre: be g'ivenfrCom 81:30 to 12 tor
15> and 91) p. 1m. night f _ in heCi]'1EOngregatla
Mt'f¢ ti i LPiur fe : l'" '1: ichig ,*A pa lri t has1. 1 , been ;annoull
Me" with Miriam HIopkins ,and tesdlcmiteo h
ederisic rch; Mlajestic, ''Romian ship.
anls" wt t ih ,ddie Ca ntr; VW%1ii.- 4Membe4 rs of the sOciul eo11
1Y "Ann11Carver's Profession n willseveashosts; and hostes:
.orul)ion." I the alair. The chaperon v
Dancng:LeaueUnin, huh's.Mrs". Louis W, Tinker, social d
Iof (l the Congregationla Chrtchl
i t., 1,preketes, Joc Parker's. In addition to da ncing) the.
1be bridge and ping -pong;. Th1
bte state of Ohio's collegiate pop- m1ittiee has invited .111 Congreg,
'd ion numbers 41,784 in 26 schools. student;s and their friend tot
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informality reigns. We believe in thema in
checks or plaids or monotones. We heave
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