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THE MICHIGAN

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VASIY Ngu FULL EXPENSES FOR TRIP' AROUND
. uAvrSI WORLD INCLUDED IN SCHOLARSHIP
YAAIIYG 1IlWLJITIiIXLO)R o und expenses for the Colege Cruise -.nainal trade.~ f10laigel
'la"Afloat" next season will be includeda leges and universities are now select-
Programs G(I c l un Sx Nn~riier Cities! in a $2,500) scholarship to be given by'I ug the subijct for tie contest which
lllit ll~ayTi oeing iEihhUniersiy Tril)velte Association, will possibly, involve a discussion of
best essay in a national es -ay cao- months will elapse between the open-
VISITS UPPER PENINSULA; test in whlichi any yo ng mal, now l n g and the closing dates of the con-
5 - ~~undlergivaduate in any codle, o or :3iitest. The award wil be made early
Mihians-asitybadrtne ", iay compete. in the June of this year.
Monday from a 1,400 mile concert! The schiolar'ship provides for a con- The first College Cruise Round the
tour oef the upper peninsula which tinuation of the r egular academic *\Wold, now returning through Euro-
took 8 days, and during whch time, course in preparatory subject, or a neap waer~s, was co-educational, but
the band visited six of the principal freshman year of college work, orI the second is to e limited to men stu-
cities of the northern part of the study of special business courses re-: dents, with an enrollment of 875 in-
state. Robert A. Campbell, treasurer lating to foreign commerce and inter-' stead of 500.
of the university and advisor of the!
band, who directs every band trip,IKA
stated that the 48 players who took' I OAY ONLY
the trip made possible one of the most--
successful concert tours ever under-
taken by a band of the University.-
Sault Sainte Marie was made the
first stop, and here the band was en- e
tertained at an alumni banquet, ar-'
ranged by Nonan"If. Hill, '11. The,
first concert of the' tour was given
in the new high school there for the hg colstWls'n a iet
od by Norman J. Larson. One of the
largest crowds of the entire trip at- V
tended the evening concert, which D NT M S H S .e
was, featured by three numbers from
the massed University and Soo high!
school bands. B. Lorain Norton, S. of! TAILOR MADE ENTERTAINMENT!
M. was baritone soloist, and Kenneth
Midgicy, '28L, gave zylopirone solos. ti --
Marshal Byrne, Grad,, carried the)' / n,
cornet solo work.
Tuesday, Apri1 12, the band appear-
ed in Marquette, giving a concert in kyd'
the Marquette prison after an inspec-s
tiont tour of the .grounds. Here they
were entertained at dinner by the
warden, and taken to the Marquette:
normal school for the evening con-
cert. The evening program, was
heard by an audience of over 1,600. : , t
Members of the, band made up the or-
chestra which played for a dance} kroi::;"X;
after the concert. 1I~<
The first long stop was made in:/ dt 1
Ironwood, where the band gave an
afternoon ;program for the high school ;." : f
students, after -a street parade. The
band members, were allowed the use '
of -the swimminig pool in Ironwood's ,
new memorial building. Following f -<'
an alumni banquet at the high school f
the evening concert was given in the j 'ELAMP" vf
auditorium of the memorial building, A D i P a uic
before a large audience, and was fol- D W
lowed by a dance." Thursday morn-) aaon
i ig'was spent in Ironwoodi in the in- amot
spection of two of their largest iron;
ines. i
Iron Mountain "was the fourth city
visited, the band giving their program(y
in the Colonial theater there Thurs ien ntot e
day,'April 14. Friday morning theI
musicians reached Menominee whereE
they were entertained by citizens of -NTL TG
the town after a m hatne program at R '~l~
thre New Lloyd's theater. FollowingH ARW 1D O
the evening's progrram, the band was
entertained at, a reception tendered byNET A NR
the D. A. R. boys .club of Menominee. EN E TA N R
Escanaba was given the last con-
cert of the tour, and the band spent -n
Saturday. and Sunday there. Two "A Series of Tone Pictures"
concerts were given and, Sunda~y1 - ratEtraies 1
morning the band 'attended the Epis-12GetE eran sI2
copal church of Escanaba in a body.)
Citizens entertained tihe band mem-! hrda- I DA G A
bars at Sunday dinner, two men going;T usa-G L A G A
teach of 25 homes. Returning toy O ALandO K O CH S R
Menominee the return trip was madeRO A PEC KO CHS A
across Lake Michigan.

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SIMIAMING COACH 1th e geography department, who will
WILL OPEN RADIO talk about the Amazon Valley, giving
some of the results of his research
PROGRAM FRIDA Y during the past summer while in
South America; Prof. Frederick F.
Matthew Mann, Varsity swimming Blicke, of the department of pharma-
coach, giving a first lesson in swim- ceutical chemistry, who has chosen
ming, will open the 13th Michigan to speak on "The Search for the Ideal,
NWight Radio program which will be Drug"; and Prof. Robert Craig, Jr.,
broadcast from the University at 7J of thme forestry department.
o'clock Friday through the Detroit'I
News station W WJ, it is announced OKLAHOMA-A chapter of Phi Eta
by Wald Abbot of the rhetoric de- Sigma, national freshman scholastic
carmet, program manager, fraternity, will be installed here soon.
The other sneakers for the evening ____________________
include Prof. Preston E. ,Tames, of !I _i

Cass Theatre-- Detroit
Lafayette at Wayne Now Playing
The Roaring, Romantiec )feiodraniia
"TWELVE MILES OUT"
B~y Wn*Anutlhony McGuire, Auithor
"Kid Roots" and ' Six Cylinder Lore"
O)RIGINAL NEW YORK CAST

Bonstelle Playhouse
-MISS BOINSTEILLE PLAYS
in Ceorge Kelly's Latest Success
"DAISY MAYME"
Byv GeorgeKelly , Atio )t "Craigs

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H'UBERT.. LAFAYETTE
DETRoi Ir Nnw Playing~
THE NATIONAL. PLAYERS
With hazel Whitmore and Herhert Clark.
Avery Hopwood's Comedy1
"NAUGVHTY CINDERELLA"'
I'opulsr Prices-New P'olicy
lghts, 25c to $1. "Thurs. and Sat. Mats., 25c
to 75c. Sunday Mat.. 25c and 50c.

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STCA is the college way, the joyous and inspiring way.
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Ample deck space. The best known college orchestras.
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all that sort of thing. Looks imported to me." ,
Pt little danghter put over a diplomatic coup with this'
Ve car I1 wanted and still saved enough for a heavy

extravagance and
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coupe.' Got just t

summer at Bar Jarbor."
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[MEPORTED? Well, yes, in a manner of speaking. Its style was conceived in
Ithe fashion center of the world-Paris-and its lines and colorings smack
of the sophistication of the Champs Elysees. Dietrich designed it--Ditrich,
builder of the finest custom bodies. Sounds expensive, doesn't it--but the Erskine
Six will win the heart of even the canniest descendant of the Scotch.-
Dimensions are compact, but there's room, inside no end-thanks again to
Dietrich, the master. Two in front, two more in the rumble scat-a foursomc;
let's go.
Performance as typically American as Grantland, Rice's hand-picked team
--and as far ahead of its time as the class of '30. Through traffic and away
while others are wrestling with gear-shifts-a regular Charlie Paddock on get.
away. Honest-to-goodness mile-a-minute speed if you want to "get there in a
hurry." Stop and turn on a manhole cover or park with a hair's breadth.
Get in under the wheel and learn why the latest vogue in motors calls for
"The .Little Aristocrat."
} noe Erskine Six Custom Coupe, as Illustrated, sells for $995 f o. b. faory,
complee-wi" front and rear bumpers and selfenergizing 4-wheel brakes.

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