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October 02, 1916 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-10-02

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since the re-
rg drive dis-
rad say that
been won;
e has been
soners taken.
territory and
is are "strik-

the re-
'n north
n troops
r blows

renewing the at-
oumania from the
now staring it in
orcing the with-
itonic troops from
the Dobrudja the
te his manoeuver
during the drive
sent the famous
n" men into the
gion, where it met
3t disasters of the

Eleventh Head To Be Installed
With Simple Exercises: For-
mer Harvard Man
Hanover, N. H., Oct. 2.-Open-
ing ceremonies will begin October 6
for the inauguration of Ernest
Miartin Hopkins, Harvard i9o1, as
Dartmouth's eleventh president.
The exercises will be distinctly a
college affair.
Because of the other academic ac-
tivities ad of the approaching cel-
ebration of the 15th anniversary of
the founding of the college to 'be
held in 1i91, the trustees have con-
curred in the express wish of Pres-
ident Hopkins that the exercises be
very simple.
Escapes Unhurt in Auto Crash
Tarrytown, N. Y., Oct. 2.-
(Special.)-Stuyvesant Fish, Jr.,
had a miraculous escape at mid-
night when the steering wheel of
his big car jammed as he hit the
brick pavement in front of Saint
Mark's church and the car crashed
into a telegraph pole. The force
of the smash broke the pole off at
the bottom and the car turned over
on the lawn.

Important Late News To Come
From New York and Wash-
ington Branches
Foreign news service, embodying
short, pithy accounts of world
events, will be supplied The Daily
this year by the United Press
through the medium of a half-hour
telephone connection each after-
noon with its Detroit office. Im-
portant late news will come by
telegraph from the New York and
Washington branches of the Uni-
ted Press up until 1 1:00 o'clock at
About two columns in The Daily
will be given over to this service,
(Continued on Page 6)
Billy Sunday Will
Rap Blooze Oct. 23
Billy Sunday, noted evangelist,
will deliver a sermon in Ann Arbor
on Monday morning, Oct. 23, at
10:00 o'clock in the Weinberg Col-
iseum. He gave his promise to ap-
pear to a delegation of sixty Ann
Arbor students, ministers and bus-
iness men, who called upon him in
Detroit Saturday . morning. Mr.
Sunday considered the invitation
for 25 minutes before finally de-
ciding to come. His subject will
be "Booze," his best known ad-

ants to Take a Chance
, Oct. z.-La Lucha,
spaper,, announces that
$io,ooo with anyone
s win the war.

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