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April 17, 1929 - Image 2

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MI -HI A N -DI AT LY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1929

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LITTLE WILL ADDRESS
£PISVO9PALIAM DIKNNER
R. Tom Harris Will Outline Plans
Of Activities Of Harris Hall
At Student Dinner
TRUSTEES WILL ATTEND
President Clarence Cook Little,
speaking in an unofficial capacity'
as a member of St. Andrew's Epis-
'copalparish, will deliver the prin-
cipal after-dinner speech at the
Angw Episcopal students dinner
neit Tuesday night in the Union.
'He has chosen for his subject "Re-.
ligilo versus Christianity," it was
anounced -last night.
The Reverend. Tom Harris, as-
sistant-rector of the local Episcopal
church and student pastor, will tell
btiefly of the activities of Harris
hall, student center of the church,
and will outline, the program of
social; dramatic, and religious
events for next year.
Bore member of the Harris hall
board of trustees will also speak
briefly, and George C. Tilley, '30,
Will act as toastmaster.
"The purpose of the dinner," the
Reverend Harris said, "is to ac-
quaint Episcopal students with one
another and with the yearly pro-
gram at Harris hall. We do a lot
of things down there in which many
students would be interested if they
knew about them. The feature of;
the evening, Dr. Little's .address,
should sale the dinner doubly at-
tractive."
Tickets priced at $1.00 are now
available at Harris hall.
TYPBWRITjE1S
RIBBONS
SUPPLIES
f all makes of
Typewriters.
Rapid turnover, fresh stock, insures
best quality at a moderate price.
d. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6915
Want Ads Pay.
Detroit Theaters
LAFAYETTE
SIUBERT
'atinecs Thurs.-Sat., 50c - $1.50
Nights.....50C to $2.50
Detroit's One Real Hit!
SA R L E M

Transportation Film
Is Offered Students
"In the Service of Transporta-
tion" is the title of a seven-reel
motion picture to be presented at.
4:05 o'clock this afternoon in Na-
tural Science auditorium, it was
announced yesterday by Prof. Carl
N. Schmalz, of the School of Busi-
ness Administration.
"This film, built around the ac-!
tivities of the American Car &
Foundry company, promises to be
of extensive interest," said Profes-
sor Schmalz yesterday. "It shows
the manufacture of cruisers, loco-
motives, automobile buses, trolley
cars, railroad trains, and other'
vehicles. We are taken into the
factory and are shown how a rail-,
road train is put togetherand then'
apart again for shipment; we see,
in color, the drawing out of the

UNIVERSITY PREMIUM LOWERED
AS FIRE HAZARD IS DIMINISHED

As a result of six months of nego-]
tiations between the Michigan In-
spection Bureau, the Michigan
State Fire Commissioner and Shir-
ley W. Smith, secretary of the Uni-
versity, the four and one-half mil-
lion dollar insurance premium of
the university has been consider-
ably redaced.
This reduction, which is believed
to save the university approxi-
mately $8000 annually, has been
made possible by the reorganiza-
tion of the University fire depart-
ment. This department has been
increased to 60 members, most of
whom are employed by the Build-
ings and Grounds department in
other capacities. The plumbers and
steamfitters serve as hose men and,

been converted into hook-and-lad-
der men. The department also
consists of. policemen, and a sal-
vage crew. These B. and G. fire-
men meet once a month for prac-
tice in the art of fire extinguishing,
and lifesaving.
Hose carts have been installed,
one at the hose house near the con-
valescent hospital, one in the B.
and G.shops, and one in the base-
ment of the library. These carts,
being centrally located and using
150 pounds water pressure, will
greatly help the city fire depart-
ment whose water pressure is
limited to 50 pounds.
"Better fire protection; means
lower insurance rates," -'was the
summarizing comment of E. C.I
Pardon.

Geologist Will Talk
About South America
As a feature of the University
lecture series, Prof. Edward W.
Berry, well-known geologist on the
faculty of John Hopkins University,
will speak at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in the Natural Science
auditorium on "The Geological His-
tory of South America."
Prof. Berry, who is considered by
authorities to be the leading paleo-
botanist in the country, has made
a specialty of the geology of the
southern continent, having made a
niiumber of geological expeditions
there.
The geologist's address Thursday
afternoon will includea review of
'the most. significant events in the
geological development of South
'America and will be illustrated by
lantern slides. This address will be
of a popular nature.

'Read the Classifie d Ads

furnace of the hot metals used." the carpenters and painters have
",

MACK
TUTORING

AGENCY
Tommie Mack,
Director

..150 TUTORS..
EVERY SUBJECT
IN EVERY SCHOOL
TAUGHT

A.B.

310 S. State St.
Phone 7927

Daily and
9-12;

Sunday
1-5

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The Arts of
the Films
STARTING TODAY - WEDNESDAY I
A Literary Fighter!
Who dabbles in poetry and what havd you. This will furnish a
thousand laughs and as many thrills
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CASS THEATRE
NOW PLAYING
Nights, $1 to $3
Saturday Matinee, $1 to $2 50
BOOM BOOM

mom

With Frank McIntyre and
Jeanette MacDonald
Sensational Jack Donahue - John
- Boyle Dancers

W hither Away
Sir Knight?

Are

You

Hungry?

If you are-and if you want
something really good
We have it ready
UIRRISO N'S LUNCH
301 S. State st.

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APPINITETONG
________ APPOINTMENTS ________

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VARIETY
SPANISH CRAFTSMEN

PARAMOUNT ART AND
NEWS BEAUTY

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THE fellow who first called a
Fish Brand Slicker"The Rainy
Day Pal" said something. A
pal stands by. you through
thick and thin. That's one of
the points college men always
make when they talk to us
about Fish Brand Slickers.
They're weather-proof and
comfortable after long years
of service.
Buy yourself a real Fish
Brand "Varsity" or "Topper"

COSMOPOLITAN OPENING
SATURDAY
Again We Delve Into the Sensational Art of
Cinema!

hcre's a knightly warrior, immortalized by
Mr. Stephen Leacock, who under the stress of
intense excitement"mounted his horseand rode
away in all directions." Whether he ever ar-
rived is not recorded.
To us, this giddy hero is a perfect example
of how not to make cigarettes. We hold that a
cigarette is a smoke, and a good smoke is a bless-
ing, so to that end alone have Chesterfields
been ripened] blended and manufactured,

Mild as they are, not a jot of the true, rich
tobacco flavor has been lost. When the best
tobaccos on the market are bought you can
be certain they'll deliver the taste. Chesterfields
are as natural as a field of sweet clover;
and they satisfy the taste superlatively well,
always!
Once a man has checked up on the above
pleasant news, there'lf be no "riding away in
all directions" for hix!

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