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June 03, 1937 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1937-06-03

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French Village Wishes Edward Luck

Rotarians Plan
Foreign Student
Contacts, Here"
Michigan Rotary clubs will sendI
members of their international com-
mittee to contact University foreignI
students this summer through a pro-
gram planned by the Institute of Far
Eastern studies in conjunction with
the Rotary conference to be held here
July 7 and 8.
More than 100 Rotary clubs of
Southern Michigan and Western On-
tario will send representatives to the
meeting, sponsored by the University,
under the direction of Prof. J. Raleigh
Nelson, counselor to, foreign students.
The work will include discussions,
forums, and lectures.
The main feature of the program
will be a symposium, July 7, in the
League ballroom. Chinese students
will discuss "Some Aspects of Mod-
ern China." This will be followed by
a reception for the visiting Rotarians,
the summer foreign students, and
members of the Institute of Far
Eastern Studies.
According to Professor Nelson, "the
fact that so large a number of repre-
sentative business and professional
men of the state will have an op-
portunity of making contacts with the
Institute of Far Eastern Studies is an
interesting development in the field of
adult education.
203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
Flowers for All Occasions

Vicar Will Marry Royal Couple
MONTS, France, June 2.-(A)-A The religious ceremony was assured
resolute English Vicar, without the for the Duke of Windsor and Wallis
approval of the Anglican Church, will Warfield by the unexpected appear-
marry the man who was his king and ance today of the determined Rev.
R. Anderson Jardine, Vicar of St.
the beautiful, dark-eyed woman for Paul's Church, Darlington, England.
whom the king gave up his throne to- "I did not consult any ecclesiastical
morrow. authority," he said.

Your Last Record of
College Days ... your
Photograph in Cap
and Gown.

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The horseshoe, emblem of good luck, flaunted its traditional mes-
sage in the little village of Monts, France, as preparations were made
for the wedding of the Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII
of Britain, and Mrs. Wallis Warfield. The sign said "Good Luck, Duke
and Duchess of Windsor" as the flags of Britain and the United States
fluttered above. This picture was transmitted from London to New York
by radio.
ยข the exercises can be obtained by sen-
Com m encem ent iors in Room 1, University Hall. Iden-
tification cards must be shown in or-
T :i I P 1 - . 7Yt 1 ( der to receive the tickets.

Studios: 319 E. Huron
opp. A. A. News'

A whole building
devoted to photography



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