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TUESD~AY; APRIL 16, 1929 ~

THIRD INLAINRER ISSUE
AGA INTISMRNN
SHlORT STORIES ARE F EATURE_
OF~CURRENT APRIL
NUAMBER
ENLARGEMENT PLANNED
Vivia n La Jeunesse 'Awarded First
Prize In Story
Contest
Appearin g on the campus again
this morning with' the three prize
wininig' short stories, is; the third~i
issue .of the Inlander. 'Coincident1
with the appearance of the short
sandry is the staff of the In-j
laner iasannounced plans 'for
considerable enlargemnent, of. the
maga .ine, and 'also their .desire to
enla~tcge the number of their con-
tri'utaore.
NVian La Jeunesse's short story
"'.eads" won the ten dollar first
'prize; and Sophie BE. Kirniels'
"Jerry's Spanish Patio," and Merle'
M. Elsworth's "The Spider Dreams,"
tied for the second honor.
Among other_ works appearing in'.
the present issue are three poems,
by Jonathan Hill, who is 'a new,
conritfbutor to the 'magazine. Fran-
cis Jennings has also submitted
poetry for the number.
plans for tbe coming poetry
contest are divulged fi the April
issuie of the 'magazine, including
r u l e s governing manuscripts,
length of poems, timne limits and !
general specifications. A duplica-
tion of the short story prizes has
been, arranged. for the new con-

LoizaltWorkDescribed
Inu hysiology Jouirn.
Work by six Annl Arbor doctors,
including members of the medical.
faculty, is described in a numiber
of articles appearing in the ci irrent
issue of the Jourhal 'of Physiology.
Doctors lD. 'A Cowie and John
,F. Parsons of the pediatrics de-1I
partment in the LtJniversity 'hospital.
have colla.bor~ated' on one' study ,on
the function of the intestinal' mus-
~culature. Studies number twvo,
lthra fir n. five nn the qa n nn

Club WPtresentAVIATOR SETS ENDURANCE MARKS SCRENREF.CTON
Mxt swwe W ednesday _'____SCREEN____RE ___LECTIONS. ___
Aninounceent of the complete :.:"....::<seventeenth Century France; A DeservingFitu,
oporm fo the second annal<'Atag ie again in the "The Atvakefing"pa to
Italian Musicale to be presented aat >:<<man::.:y:.form ,.<<of::.Douglas Fairbanks<.::. at.:"'::. ho:>.:;::;se yfaf osomels Fisixkea. oseoesoghtx o peht opil
'7 :30 o'clock Wednesdjay evening in teWet l hswe.Adti yesterd'ay afternoon, and it deserve.
Morris 14a11 under the auspices o sequel to "The Three Musketeers" better.. Vilma Banky and,. Loui
Il Circor."o:Italano, was made:;f<;.ye;"- is a picture worth galloping down- Woiheim carry..off the honors it
todyb iee .Lttn,'9fwn to see. a story :tihat's a 'bit ~different it
titeday byeHelunlMtriLattiags'29,
president of the organization, and Sillfully blended with¬ęthersyn-i o nfdte usule ringusta
Anton ~apoli, . of the Romace lan-chronized musical accom3panimet tinadsacolefthua
gugsdepartmnent, the faculty ad- aesvrlsot.aligseune eto a n ofrh
guge ywhich, are well done and incident al-i AGerman lieutenant, whose
viorofthcubly added to the original film, if ,nah e%. we didn't catch, sets about t(

wte, .Vyo L~u na ve on the s. r jFour soloists will appear on the
subject are. done. by Doctors Cowie I
and F. H. Sashmet.. program, and a small symphony
.1Helen Bourquinn of, the depart- orchestra will play wiader the baton
men of pharmacology .has included of Nicholas Falcone. The .soloistss
ia report on research, on diabetes' include 'Leoiiard Vr. Falcone, oft
1insipidis' done at 'the tniversity of Lansing; Otis Odra P'atton, tenor,
South Dakota.. sol'oist' of the ..Men's Glee Club;I
Two p eadofsthbysoloiclf Robert Gie- Thelma Lewis, soprano, of the
sell, hedotepysiological lab- faculty of the School of Music; and
oratories in 'the medical school, on-
the regulation. of respiration are :inBnjinZIgeor
the ntinber. Walter, lazier, also- The 15-piece orchestra, under Mr.
'ofr the physiological departmentI Falcone's direction, will open, the
wrote a paper on the same sub-I program 'with...a,; group of three
ject.. numbers, Marbiere -di 'Siviglia, Ros-
test, the winners of which will.'b e I sinli; La Tia'iata- Selections
announced in the next is'sue of the Verdi; 'and a medley of Neopolitan
magazine. songs. 'Miss Lew'is wall sing
Among the ;many f'eatuires of teJNnso' pin; cose. son .,e Nozze di
new number "are the additional (Figaro, Mozart; Un bel di, vedrem-
bookt reviews which have been Madame Butterfly, ] uccini;* and'
turned in by new and old members' Pace, pace mio'dio-ta Fra e
of the Inlander staff. An editorial Destino, Verdi.
comment. on the 'value. 'and pr- r
pose of such contests as the recent TICKETS & E RA I18
short-story and presentpoetry com- All: Importan~t
petitions appears near the end of ~ Lake atd ocean Linea
the issue. The magazine itself 'is Tours,. Cruiesas
larger than ever before, the num- ' It~ueutae
ber i cluding over fifty pages of I . Keliler
contributiQns. ~ . rn;Vic 41
Special efforts on the part of the ANAIO
Inlander staff, are being made to
put the publication on a 'more
popular basis with the student body THE
in general.. A new offer of the re- ~ 0 G F
maining .three issues for fifty cents A R;T-.-&IF
has been decided upon as a meansTM 1
to further the desired growth. O
1) 218 S. -STATE ST.

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