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AYE CO ITLevinger A pointed iTHARD WORKING PROFESSORS TELL iAdelphi Will Hold
T' Legion PLs-tYLn OF HOBBIES TO DAILY REPORTERS1 First Open Meeting
What professors and instructors, next Sunday. In these will be re-
AN CR EASE DANCEFfl LIBYare like when laying aside their vealed the personal hobbiesband The Adelphi House of Represen-
class books and lecture notes, they extra-curricular interests of Uni- tatives will hold its first open meet-
~ ~~dest Members of the manuscript com- leave the campus for the worries versity professors and instructors. ing of the semester at 7:30 o'cloc
ance On Caus , oest me ofh tnermnsipt ch- and pleasures of their homes, is a Some faculty members write tomorrow nght, m the Adelphi
ena MnCamph 22 -aem ctte of theAniversity of hie- question which has long furnished plays in their spare moments, staff room, on the fourth floor of Angell
Held March 22 gan club of Albany-Troy have al-,aubject for, student curiosity and members of The Daily have found hall. The House will debate the
ready consulted with the New York discussion out, and others amuse themselves question, "Resolved: that Dr. Calvin
WILL SELL TICKETS SOON State Historian and have been as- In an attempt to further serve with queer pets. One has admitted Coolidge be the next president of
sured that there is sufficient ma-sy the University of Michigan." Law
$ terial in the state archives to add its long suffering public, The Daily that he is not so expert a car ren E. Hatwi,' ,
The definite date for the 1929 Yto the Clements Library collection has arranged a series of personal ter as he is lawyer, but asserts thathge1e E.us wig, 'speaker of
Crease Dance, given by the mem- for many years. The Albany-Troy interviews with various prominent carpentering is far more fun than the House, will give a short talk on
bers of the Lawyer's club, has been alumni, as their share in the Uni- members of the faculty which will solving knotty legal problems.y the histr o Aenphi reAlldmen
set for Friday, March 22, according ,uversity Ten Year Program, have be published every day beginning The Daiy has found that almosty the campus who are interested in
to Donovan Erickson, '29L, chair- decided to present a gift to the all of the more prominent faculty forensics are urged to attend the
man. Although the plans for this University, the interest on which members have some hobby, what- meeting. The society, the oldest
\a'sdneaepatclycr-itobusdto rs purchase photo- Churchill Discusses ee tmyb.Mroealo debating organization on the cam-
4ear's dance are practically com is to beusdoprhseht- ever i may be. Mroe, psallrsane ofetpotu-
pleted, they have not been divulged static copies or, where possible, Art Of Last Cthem are enthusiastic about their pus, affords an excellent opportun-
s~1c C nturyity for practice in public speaking.
by the committee in charge. original manuscripts concerning hobbies.
An orchestra of national reputa the early history of that part of "One of the greatest periods in .If you expect to become ei There will be an important busi-
ioto be announced later, has the country. o at S.herornich rfamous, rc ryoumust have a Sin.s etn fe h pnss
been secured for the dance. Plahs According to the plans for the the history of art Is the romantic hobbyis the declaration of Prof. sion.
for the decorations are complete, campaign, pledges from the mem- period of the early nineteenth cen- Languages department. "Without
but no hint as to their character bers of the club are to be secured tury, typified most truly in the Hugo P. Thieme, of the Romance
has been made, other than that for nine payments from 1929 to music of Chopin with its tragic one, it will be impossible to really,
they are "worth coming miles to 1937 inclusive, and the funds re- pathos and its chivalrous mag- rest and refresh your mind when
see." The Crease Paper com- ceived are to be deposited in a nificence, and expressing itself you are away from the office, and
mittee promises that this publica- bank. The entire Centennial Gift in painting notably through two you will "grow stale" on your job," R TH
tion will be bigger, better, funnier, Lee J. Levinger Fund, as it is called, will be pre- French masters, Gericault and you wddo
and more artistic than ever. But Of Columbus, Ohio, who was re- sented to the University in 1937,1 Eugene de la Croix," declared Prof. University students should pick
again, a dark secret is being kept cently national chaplain of the and it is expected that the fund Alfred V. Churchill of Smith col- out their life hobby and make a'
as to its contents.' American Legion, succeeding Rabbi will amount to more than $3,000lge, in his lecture yesterday after- ,
The Crease Dance is the oldest Herman J. Beck, of Pottsville, Pa., by that time. An investment com- nege in hlture eter a tr- start n it while still in collee
danc ontheCamps ad hs ha reignd. ~itte hs ben nmedto ug-noon in Natural Science auditorium. Dr. Thieme asserts, and they wil
dance on the Campus and has had resigned. mittee has been named to sug, "These artists, who were intimate find it both enjoyable and even of
a long and sometimes stormy ca- gest bond investments as the fund friends, had lived through Water- financial benefit.
reer. Like other information about A increases and recommendations of I
the affair, the history of the high S. C,. A.ATO HOLDMI NG this group, when approved by the death of theking-thers had voted the If you are thinking of starting
spots in its life being reserved until - -executive board of the club, are to I
a later date. The annual state convention of be adopted in order to get benefit age of passion and tragedy, and if doubtless find many interesting
Ticket applications are to be re- Student Christian associations will of higher rates of interest. they painted unbeautiful things it suggestions in the articles on pro-
ceived Wednesday and Thursday. be held on Friday, Saturday and ' Ford Lehman, 'OOM, will serve as was simply because only the most fessors' hobbies; and if you already
and it is expected that, as usualithe Sunday, Feb. 22, 23 and 24 in Lane . hairman of the finance committee powerful emotions could give them have a hobby, at least you will have
major portion of them will be taker hall. Kirby Page, editor of "The which is in charge of the entire complete satisfaction." an opportunity of getting a little
by the Law seniors. World Tomorrow," will lead the campaign. Illustrating his lecture with slides. inside dope on the lives professors
daily discussion groups. The gift has peen unoificially ac- I of the principal works of the paint- lead.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-T e n About twelve Michigan State col- cepted for the University by Presi- ers discussed, Professor Churchill
members of the Boston Braves leges will be represented by 200 dent Little and for the Clements pointed out the chief characteris- KANSAS CITY-Oklahoma ap-
baseball team have reported for delegates. Registration blanks can library by Regent William Clem- tics of the period and of the artists' pears to be close to another basket-
practice. be procured at Lane hall. ents. technique. ball title in the Bix Six confer-
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Detroit Theaters BELE BEN IfT -NEIL
Oratorical Association Lecture DetroitEsD MA-EflIEL
-u-~- ~.. ~ ~ .$obriURA JHNSON YOr
The first of a series of six lec-
tures on religious education, spon-
sored by the Ann Arbor Bible Chair
and the Student Christian Associa-
tion, will be given at 7 o'clock to-
night in Lane Hall, by Prof. George
E. Carrothers, of the School of
Education, who will speak on "Mod-
ern Religious Emphasis." Other
prominent speakers will lecture at
the same hours on Tuesdays.
At 8 o'clock on Tuesday, the S.
C. A. and the Bible Chair will offer
three courses. The first, under the
direction of Father Thomas M.
Iden, is, "How to read the Bible in
.the Twentieth Century." The sec-
ond, by the Rev. Howard .R. Chap-
man, is, "Teaching in the Church
School," and "Character Education
Through Camps," will be given by
Herbert H. Twining.
[I This Week
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ps and Aching Irish hearts
HAMILTON -VICTOR K AGEN
CIAYTON - CONSTANCE HOWARD
}UNG '-~ Scernario by GERTRUDOII A
and His "Wonder-Films"
The Verdict of the Press
of the World:
ENGLAND--(The London Times) :-"Even
Royal Allbert Hall, largest concert audi-
torium in 'the world, is proving hardly
large enough for the people who want
to hear Lowell Thomas and see his
"With Lawrence -inArabia and with Al-
lenby in Palestine."
AMERICA-(The Times, Washington, D. C.)
--It has created a sensation in Wash-
ington just as it did in New York and
London. It is an entrancing entertain-
AUSTRALIA-(The Times, Sydney): - "It
will. be a great pity if Lowell Thomas
leaves before every Australian has heard
him. His production is a marvel of or-
ganization and perfect adjustment."
CANADA - (The Montreal Star): - "Ab-
sorbingly interesting, and universal in
NEW ZEALAND-'The New Zealand Times,
Wellington) :-"Much praise and lavish
praise has been given to Lowell Thomas
and his production, but it is all richly
IRELAND-(The Irish' Times, Dublin):-
"It fascinates, it thrills, it grips; in fact
many of the episodes and scenes are
ENGLAND-(The Manchester Guardian):
-"It is history without dogma, without
dullness, and filled with adventure and
HILL AUDITORIUM, 8 P. M.
TICKETS AT SLATER'S
BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7 P. M.
Evenings--1.00 to $3.00;
Sat. Matinee-$1.00 to $2.50
Schwab & Mandel present
Tues. Evening, Feb. 19
He's back again in Short Comedies
i tn Soldier Man"
the Fun Riot of the Year.
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LILLIAN GISH has rare-
ly, in her glorious
career, had a vehicle to equal
the human thrilling qualities
of this epi of the West.
-and then her Broadway
past clouds her happiness.
Does her dream end at the
altar? Does her life drift
again in the careless current
it knew before she found
real, honest, living
Come and see!
1:20, 3:15, 4:20, 6:45, 8:30
Adults 50c; Children 25c
Sennett Comedy I
"UNCLE TOM" P
Tj~HAT'S the telephon e"Tello"in Madrid. In London, it's"Are
you there?" But in many foreign countries, Americans find a
universal language in the telephone salutations. It's good old
Hello"-a subtle tribute to the fact that the telephone is an
And so it is with elevator'service. Even though they say "Diga"
in Spain, the architects of the magnificentnew Madrid Telepkone
Building unhesitatingly said "Otis" because Spain demanded the
last word in elevators.You Will find in Madrid the same type of Sig-
nal Control Elevators that are now installed in those monumental
telephone buildings in America, in New York, Cleveland, St. Louis
and San Francisco.
ON THE TAGE
aramount UAR' and
"AMONG US MORTALS"
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