THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
Majestic-Tom Mix in "Up and
Going"; comedy and news.
"A Tale of Two
a Gouverneur Morris
Wuerth-Harry Carey in
Fox"; comedy and news.
Orpheum-Alice Lake in
Hole in the Wall"; and
'PIKE ASOCIATION M N
TO HOLD EETING HERE
Michigan Pike association members
will reach Ann Arbor at 4:15 tomor-
row afternoon, the city being one of
the stopping placesaon' their tour
around Lake Michigan.
When they arrive a meeting will
be held for the purpose of sponsoring
the cause of better roads and auto-
mobile travel. At 5 o'clock they will
be guests of the local branch of the
Detroit Automobile club.
Arrangements have been made ,for
autrtobiles from the city to meet the
Pikers and accompany them to Ann
Arbor. Prof. A. H. Blanchard of the
highway engigering and transport
department will deliver the official
welcome to the association, 6n be-
half of the city, the University and the
Chamber of Commerce.
*PASTOR SAYS COLLEGE
STUDENTS BELIEVE THAT
OTHUING IS UU TUE"
MADISON PREACHER COMPARES
COLLEGIANS TO ASSASSINS,
OF CRUSADE AGE
vestigation, but because the young
student has not the proper weapons at
hand, because the new and revolun-
tionary has a peculiar fascination for
youth, and because he stands alone
among his associates and has no one
to strengthen and counsel him. There
are institutions of learning where we
have scores of students but are ndt
lifting a finger to care for them.
"There is reason to expect that con-
certed action will soon be taken. The
English District is memorializing the
Delegate Synod of Missouri on this
A r Nr r el r w
One hundred ten scientific papers
have been published based on the data
gathered and work done at the Uni-
versity of Michigan biological station.
The camp, located at Douglas Lake
near Cheboygan, is now recognized as
one of the leading stations of its kind
in the country. The courses given dif-
fer in character from those of the reg-
ular University session as the work is
WOMEN'S LEAGUE GIVES TEA
ST9'BEIN CRMIL[DAT BETSY BARBOUR ROUSE
A I IOLOGY STATION Women of the Summer session and.
the wives of students were entertained
by the members of Betsy Barbour
house yesterday afternoon at the third
of a series of teas being given by the
The visitors were shown through the
dorimitory, alter which punch and waf-
ers were served in the Barbour room
by Ilene Fisher,' acting president of
the Women's league. Dancing was en-
joyed in the playroom during the aft-
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
Graduate Writes on Russia
Will Safroth a graduate of the
versity, and at Vesent superviso
American Relief administration in
District of Samara, is the autho
a series of articles which are now
ing published by newspapers throw
out the United States.
Shafroth, who spent nine month
the famine area in, Russia, is a so
the late Governor of Shafroth, of
Garrick (Detroit)-Miss Nelly of
(By Associated Press)
Omaha, Neb., July 18.- There are
college students who have "passed, in
a few years, from the faith of childhood
to an extreme where they no longer
asked with Pilate, 'What is truth's but
maintained, like the Assassins in the
age of.the Crusades, that nothing is
true, that all is permitted, and that
there is neither God nor devil to say
them nay," Rev. Ad Haentzschel, of
Madison, Wis., told the international'
Walther league convention here today.
The league is an association of Luth-
eran young people's societies.
"Be assured," said Rev. Mr. Haentz-
schel, "the young Lutheran student who
goes to college or university is faced
with moral dangers, not because the
authorities are careless on that gcore
but because, in spite of all they can
do, immorality will flourish wherever
the word of God, does not rule life and
heart. Every large institution of
learning has its moral lepers who are
systematically doink the devil's work.
"Perhaps a student's faith had not
deep roots to begin with. It is now.,
given up, not because the Christian
faith cannot live in the full light of in-
Books-Bargain Counter-50c each
at Wahr's University Bookstore.--
Daily Wants Aas oring results.-Adv.
.t eiares winkg in the fied, forest, lake and stream
where animals and Plants can be
P ro'blem Is D ead studied in their native habitats.
'There are 50 students enrolled for
In Univers i ties the Summer session this year, 31 of
which are graduates representing the
Universities of Michigan, Cornell, Up-
"In the vast majority of American per Iowa,. Illinois, Chicago, Denison,
colleges and universities the drink Bucknell, Oberlin, Wisconsin and Syra-
problem has ceased to exist," Dr. F. cuse, and also Illinois Wesleyan,
C. Southworth, president of the Mead- Greenville, Carroll, Kansas State Ag-
ricultural, Hillsdale, Park, Lake For-.
ville theological seminary, stated in 'est and Carthage colleges. 1
a report which he made at the close eorge R.hLaRue is ts director of
of this college year, following a per- GeosteiR.Lauitheimecborsof
sonaly ondutedinqurythe station. Of the nine membrs of
sonaly conducted inquiry. the staff the University of Michigan
The statement wa based upon the has five representatives, Illinois one,
replies which Dr. Southworh receiv- Yale one, Cornell one, and Kansas
ed from a circular letter of inquiry State Agricultural college one.
sent to 'the deans of 486 institutions _____gri ___ra _____ene
including the large state universities, Books-Bargain Counter-50c each
eastern colleges and universities, Bokargan o st5ce.
schools of theology, and municipal at Wahr's University Bookstore.-
The answer received from the
deans of 308 institutions from which "fe""""."""""" .
replies came contradicts the state- *
ment so often made that drinking hab- U U
its have increased since prohibition. 0
No increase in drinking is reported
by 111 colleges having a total enroll-
ent of 125,960 students. Exceptions to D
this general condition were reported U
by officials of 13 men's colleges, two of0 B BBxPIPES
which have enrollments aggregating® Stna Poe S
36,104. These either reported or im- * awarfthe or d ind
plied an increase in the use of liquor * always the favorite w i
since the amendment ® Michigan Men.
19 We have been Ann Arbor s
10 distributors for 16 years.
REMOVE ADVERTISEMENTS ONss
GENESEE TRUNK LINE ROADS * Class Pipes and Pipe
-TERepairs a specialty.
Flint. July 18. - Members of the
Genesee road commission have begun *
the work of removing all advertising a ~
signs of every nature inside the -
right of way along all trunk line
roads. This is in accordance with d~*I~
orders from the state highway depart- * Fi I(101
ment. Many of the signs are on tree U
and fences and obstructed the view of I BILLIADS CIGaRs cANDIES
PIPES LUNCES' SODAS ;}
drivers from road signs. "We try to treat you rihe
Through an error in proof reading
in the issue of July 14, the number of
students enrolled in library methods
was given as 28. The correct figure.
is $3. "
White Swan Laundry for quality
and service. Phone 165.-Adv.
LAST TIME TODAY
rranean "THE FOX"
D ~ ~flfl PAULINE FREDRICK
U R $500 IN
s Included "TWO KINDS OF WOMEN"
r, N aples, Pirae- Coming---"FOOTFALLS"---Coming
w, 15,000 ton Mail Steamer
e Crew, sailing August 15
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
reserved f ' r regular A LICE LAKE
ions to Spanish, "THE HOLE IN
Near East Points. THE WALL"
e Summer Mlichigan Daily "Robinson Crusoe"
neral Passenger Agent, ---Friday- Saturday
Steamship Company HOOT GIBSON
few York City in "Step On It"
THIE COO1L EST THE ATR E I- N T O
TODAY AND THURSDAY
Love, Mystery, Drama
in the Heart of
13th Annual Season 11t
In a Comedy ol Moonlight, Madness and Make-B
"Miss Nellie of N'OrleE
.Next: "MISS LULU BETT"
A TktE UOF TWO WORLD:
Gouverneur Morris' first story written
directly for the screen is a kaleido-
scope of Oriental and Occidental pas-
LEATRICE JOY and WALLACE
BEERY starring in a great cast.
An American came to clain her, fought for her with hi
very life in the dreaded dens of Chinatown. A pictur
that runs the gamut of emotions and ends'in a way tha
will leave you gasping.
Watch the Window
35 DAY TI
"Better Late Than Never'
Featuring SID SMITH
Coming "A Voice in the Dark'
DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. S. State and N. University
C. Claude Drake, Prop,
UF L ASS IFIED
CI.UMNCLOSES AT S F. M.
WANTED-Two. waiters. Call M.
True this afternoon at 1503 Wash-
tenaw. - 23
Fast Amjerican, Twin-Scree
A Yankee Ship, A Yanke(
he Coolest Place in Town to spend an Altern
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east and westbout
D ir e ct connect
Swiss, Italian, and
TODAY AND THURSDAY
TOM Mdlb I X
6VP and GOING
Apply at the office of i
JOHN J DWYER, Ge
New York-Naples S
150 Broadway, N
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