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'4I°U-ESI tiY, MARCH 12 1929

THE MICHIGAN IYATLY Th-ESDAY, MARCH 12, 1929

MOVi WILL
FOREIGN OIL
Picture Made In Co
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"Through Oil Lan
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be presented at 4:
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:shows the Schodnica

PORTR YSAttorney Coolidge Returns To Northampton Once More SCREEN RE
To Practice Law Following Eight Years In Washington A
Wuerth
UL - 4,~ " ""4;; U, t. An old story with a 'new angle,
-hotogapedhwell-directed, and well-
operation With photographed-that's "The Case of
troleum And ILena Smith," on view downtown
tompany:oday and tomorrow. Esther -Ral-
i ;ston as the young Austrian peas-
nds of Eurpe,:::. ant girl who comes to the big city
ce, and Egypt" (Vienna) displays unlooked for
otiori pic::ture to acting ability, while James Hall as2
otion picture to '- ';::...."; " ,.:" .}.,k - ?fv .
. x the good-looking lieutenant who
15 o'clock this does the goil wrong passes muster.
l Science audi- - Von Steinberg of "Underworld"
c is invitee, it and "Docks of New York" fame did
d. a creditable job directing 'the pic-
tion with the ture, proving that the :films are
etroleum and capable of turning out something
the first reel besides light comedies and burning
field in West- ... :love epics.

FLECTIONS
tainnment. You can pay a dollar
to the Vindication Fund, plank
down another half a buck at the
'box office, and still feel that you're
getting your money's worth!
Herman Timberg supplied the
best vaudeville ever seen at the
Michigan - without reservation.
High spots in his unit's hour on
the stage were blonde Barbara
Blair's performance, and Mr. Tim-,
berg's own fast stepping.
As for Buster Keaton's "Camera-
man"-well, the organ went wrong
for a few minutes Sunday after-
noon but there 'were so many
ilaughs that nobody missed theI
music. Timberg's putting on a
new show Thursday that will be
worth seeing even if it's only half

NEW CATALOGS TO HAVE
REVISED MAPS OF CITY
Catalogues for the summer ,ses-
sions of the various colleges and
schools of the University, are now
being published under the direc-
tion of the editorial office of the
University. One of the features. of
the new announcements will be the
inclusion of a new map of the city
and the campus. This is the first
time that the maps accompanying
catalognes have been changed.
Aid The Damage Fund Today.
Detroit Theaters
SHUBERT
LAFAYETTE
Nights, 75c to $3.00; Pop. Mats.
Thurs. and Sat., 50c-$2.40
"Whoopee"
Musical Comedy Ten-Strike
in the
LUCKEE GIRL

ern Galicia, with more than 300
producing wells: St. Jacob's well.
one of the oldest in the world and
more than 1,000 fee} deep; trans-
portations by steel tank cars, ,and
cans and wooden tanks on carts;
the primitive life of the Polish,
peasant: and in Greece the Acro-
polis Athens. ruins of old temples.
and a panomma of the theater at
In reel two will be shown other
Greek ruins, and several views of
Egypt, including the gates of Cairo,
which formerly closed at nightfall,
street scenes, Egyptian women, the
tombs of 'the Caliphs, and native
spinning and cleaning silk.
A camel train starting across the
desert is shown in the third reel,,
with a grave yard in the desert, the
Pyramids, the Sphinz, an Egyptian
wedding procession, the making
and transportation of pottery, the
raising of water by primative
means, and oxen and camels plow-
ing.
Reel four shows the Valley of the
kings and the entrance to the tomb
of Tut-Ank-Amen, the Rameseum,
with a colossal figure of Rameses,
the twon of Luxor on the site of
ancient Thebes, the temples at
Karank, and the pillars in the
hypostyle hall.

Majestic as good as the current one.
I Laura La Plante remains today Forty Miles Away
in a mystery melodrama °"The Last, The illustrious Garbo-Gilbert
Warning," followed tomorrow by team are burning up the screen at
virile Milton Sills and blonde Maria the Michigan in Detroit this week
Corda ("Helen of Troy") in "Love in "A Woman of Affairs" while Mr.
and the Devil." From all reports, Al Evans leads a Publix stage
the latter picture has been favor: show. B. J. A.

ably received in various and sun-

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Michigan
Attorney Calvin Coolidge snapped at his desk in his Northampton, Mass., law office busy with a pile If you can't enjoy the show atI
of correspondence whici has accumulated since he left the White House. At left the former president the Liberty street showhouse this
is shown leaving his office in the Masonic building, Northampton, after a day's work. week, there's somnething radically
wrong-and it's not with the enter-

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New York University School of Retailing
3 Graduate Fellowships
5 Scholarships
SERVICE FELLOWSHIPS
The demand for graduate students is far greater than the
supply
e pienear of specialized training save five years of hard
Illustrated booklet on request. For further information write
Dr. Norris A. Brisco, Dean, New York University School of Retail-
ing, Washington Square East, New York City.

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STATE HIGH SCHOOLS COMPETE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS.-Fra-I
FOR MANY JOURNALISM AWARDS ternities on this campus are plan-
ning a "fraternity row" project, by
Publications from 46 different the enterprise as reflected in the which arrangement all fraternity,
high schools of the state have been type of news sources are factors houses will be built along one
received by the Journalismdepar that will also be considered. Make- street.
deat- up will be judged wit'a respect to_________________
ment as entries in the Michigan whether or not it is dependent
Interscholastic Press association upon the work of an outside
contest for periodicals of variousIprinterD
classes. According to Wesley H. pri__er._DawnDonuts
Maurer, instructor in journalism, WASHINGTON March 11.-Goose
this number represents a formid-W.-
able entry list for the present date. Goslin, American League batting The Partner for
The contest closes April 21. champion, has reached the Wash- r ® ee
Beginning this year, the contest ington training camp at Tampa, your
will be augmented by the addition Fla. with an arm -full of good news at Breakfast
another for Manager Walter Johnson. His
ofante type of publication to be w
judged in the contest. This new throwing arm, which was wrong Our Bismarcks and Raised
division will consist of literary all last season, has returned to its I Donuts at all the Stores
magazines published semi-month- proper form, and the star Senator and Restaurants.
ly, monthly, or quarterly: hopes for a fine season.
The other divisions. are: Annuals,
Class A and B; Monthlies, Class' A
and B; Weeklies,. Class A and B.
Class A includes schools with an ______
enrollment of 1,000 or more. Class
B r~ia t of chnlc th a U 9

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OREGON STUDENTS PREPARE
PfOR SUMMER SESSION TRIP
A "floating summer school" will
be launched next August by the
University of Oregon when the,
steamship Queen, of the Admiral
Line, takes a group of faculty and
student members to Alaska for a
two weeks' trip of pleasure and
study.
The cruise will follow the reg-
ular summer session there, the
Queen leaving Seattle, August 8,1
and proceeding up the picturesque
Alaskan coast, making stops at
Ketchikan, Taku glacier, Juneau,
Skagway, Sitka, and other points
of interest.

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Can You Solbe-?
This Murder Mystery ?
Match Your Wits with Phantom Slayer

zconsiss o scnogis witi an en-
rollment of less than 1,000. Awards
will be granted to the winners, and
a grand award to the paper of the
highest general excellence.
The primary basis for the judg-
ing is excellence in the quality of
writing in the various departments
of the publication. The service the
paper performs for the school, the
originality as shown in editing, andf

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The key .to highest schol-
arship honors is brought rrearer
when you are aided by good
health Shredded Wheat -every
day-keeps your mind active and
your body fit. Make it a habit.
AI Oe b ' he wo!h wheat. Easy to digest

whoopee for the folks?
well --- ask any one of the thousands who packed
the Michigan Sunday!
That Great Broadway Unit Show
With That Unusual Comedian
HERMAN

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IN PERSON
AND HIS
VARIETIES
"Something New Under the Sun"
With a Large Cast of Singers,
Dancers and Comedians
Including

Leo Chalzel
Louise Barrett
--AND-

Arthur Humby
Oliver Harris

Eleanor Smith
Muriel Abbot
Guy Martin

Laundry at a
15% DISCOUNT k
Bring it and call for it and we'll take
15 per cent off the bill. Workman-
ship? None Finer! Careful handling,
no losses, speedy service and snowy
white, beautifully pressed-that's
how it comes back to you. Remember
-come here next time.
WhLte CSwA
LAUNDRY COMPANY

Supported by
ROY D'ARCY MONTAGUE LOVE
BERT ROACH MACK SWAIN
and ai-staj cast
__________STARTING WEDNESDAY

INRIETY SYNCOPATORS
IN A TYPICAL TIMBERG PRODUCTION

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Another Beautiful

"THE DECISION" playing Through Wednesday
This Unit Show plays here the entire week
Please Note: with a COMPLETE CHANGE OF PRO-
GRAM STARTING THURSDAY and playing through Saturday.
-On the Screen-
Even the most sedate got more than a laugh or two from this
screen attraction!
BUSTER KEATON
in

Characterization by
the He-Man-Lover
of the Screen!
Directed by
ALEXANDER
KORDA
Cast includes
The Screen's Newest .
Beauty
MARIA MLO

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