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BETZ 6, 1924

TH IICHICAN DAILY

3ER , 194 TH MICIGANDAIL

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no ~~in the county vote. Most of the coun-JTr Ir
ty officers were elected by over-wholm ETU P H1 IS
f ' [w1 i the ; 'a :c~c le°" , 1 ii;or countyclerk by al-1 ~f~~fJ. Y INI
C. V.:P. LANDSLID, or sheriffLII'bU U
____poll(dGt 7 Lelandl took probate judgeI Prof. George A. Lindsay of the
Veldgn oshc riup :Oe by la(1.,oi' 12,(j79 against 5,437 for II physics department has completed a
troidne i~ iri~aiec. ,ri s~pbOerwiheeli. Sink, running for state l translation of "X-ray Spectroscopy~
I)ceniocra l is ';sni4 es dby ireipresentative, and Howarthi, running by Professor Siegbaum of Upsala Muni-
t-I Vf~oeoif(;z" senator, defeated their op- versity, Sweden. The book was origi-
>>::, ',w(ciai and Abbott, by nea -1 nally published in German and is now
COOLE~Y HOLDS OWN 3 - Vo I being printed at the Oxford Press,.
-- ^, . l I h I amendments to the state' England, and wil be completed some-
-Washtenaw countyel ectionrf''i1 flm i tOland the amendinent to the jtime this winter.
to date show the 'nw Ilandsi ; c I, c v c({la: c' wee,heavily (defeated. j Professor Siegbaum is the best
the Republicans--hi-----vv; known authority in the field of X-ray
in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - th is eun.(oult h ix~rity Chamber of (momn- sae troscopy, accordhing to Dr' R. A.
') Ii ee t 7:20 o'clock to-, sawyer cf the physics department,
are not as yet availaible >on Dili cn..'~Vn~ a h eetn fo-mdPoeso nla tde ne
didates but allHie w ay f1rom a2-i i; 'o teofo-lndPofsorL d ys-tdidune
.. A7 .... r,;1nj hini 'while' on leave - of absence two -

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years ago. It was 'at this time that''
Professor Siegbaum was working on11.0liar, Viennese'i okadh eqetdta r-^
fessor Lindsay translate it into iEng- e k a e
The University has purchased aI
spectroscope after the design invent-I Dr. John. Kollar,. director of thel
ed by Professor Slegbaum, who it is Viennese children's art exhibit, deliv-:
expected, will visit this country soon. erect two speeches yesterday after-
He will spend three days in Januarys noon and evening in West gallery of,
at Ann Arbor giving lectures, and will Alumni Memorial hall upon theI
visit the larger 'universities, method of teaching used in Profes-
sor Cizet's school for children in
Havana, Nov. 5.-The seventh Pan-# Vienna. Dr. Dollar also discussedII
American sanitary conference opens specific pictures which were on dis-
here today. play and which were the work ofs
the school children.
JQIN T f "'W' CLUBI The exhibit, which was closed last

Art Director,
thods Of Teaching!
night, will be taken to the Arts, and
Crafts society in Detroit. Within a
few days, the exhibit, which is being
taken to all parts of the United States!
under the_ auspices of the Rockefeller
Foundation, will be transferred to the
Pacific coast. Hundreds of the school
children of the city have visited the
exhibition for the past three days.
Large crowds of students and towns-'
people were also attracted by the dis-
play.

Dr. Kollar, who is from
gave short talks upon the p.
throughout the three days that1
hibition has been shrown here
night and yesterday afternoonu
tured for two half hour period;
I Professor Cizet and his ren
school. He praised the results
professor, pointing out excepts
Iwell done paintings which we
-work of young children.
Buenos Aires, Nov. 5.-Aviati
thusiasts here are trying to
Maj. Pedro Zanni to return
through the air.

SUPO~RTTITF PRJIVF?

a~ 4-1 vote is accr ~i"SIILIL to 2i -
Iican iparty.
( oolidlge (alri,!c the countwy by.a
4-1 Vcte over 0l1iati. I, tirla Uj 1) t
a! late hour last1n!ihl .gave alig
12,697, Davis 3',228, and alolet
1,410. roesbecik for gveo ~ e
;;t similar vote over Frensdlorf', as dlid
the other state officers.
D 7ean MAortir E11. Cooley, of tbe
engineering college, was the only iDem-
ocrat who in any way held his own
"A Biter Michgau11I s
y m''itcvr 1it'ian"
Did you kn-iow
that the

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MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 1

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Starting
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All" Sta, Castt of Ancient and.
5000Peope CETURY Modtern Days
5000 AnoiniaCbTUrom Jeanie
Mircle ofMeacphers ons
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AP-ramount Pro&Lction. .
(Famous Plasyers-Lasky Corporation

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$300,009. Lane Hail is
one of the finest ecollege
"Y" buildings in the
country.
Prov. 2 :20, "Wr ;t Ef ' .ted

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ARiotously Funny Farce that wl make
You Chuckle, G'asp, Bellow,. Roar!!
She was still under the spell of her
honeymoon knight; he was still in the
trance of his honeymoon daze; but to
get grandpa's millions they had to get
a divorce,
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Directed by
Scott Sidney

A Stupendously
Dramatic Romance

F rom the Broadway stage hit "What's Your Wife Doing?"
By Herbert Hall Winslow and Emil Nyitray
A riotously funny story of a fair of love-sick newvly-weds, a pair
of love-sick lovers, a rich grandpa with bunions, a ivel-
meaning uncle and an irate. father

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Set in the Most Fascinate:
City on Earth
A Powverful Sloq~ that Inspi)
and Uplifts-A Thrilling Tc
of Real Life with its Biti
Disappointments and Its Gr(
Triumphs Over Misfortune.
A~Human Story of
Human !Ambition
Produced by a
Great Directo

THE EXTRAORDINARY

CAST

T. ROY BARNES

H-ARRY
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M Y'lERS
MARSHALL

SYL VIA BREAMERi
JACK DUFFY

INCL4UDES

AND OTHER NOTABLES

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For their farewell
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