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THE .N ICRICA

DAILY

W IMF Sj)AY, MAY-15,19.29,

PACE TWO THE MICHIC~AN W~DN~SPAY, M~AYA5,, 1929

COSH10POLIT&N CLUB
PlCKS NEWOFFIRS
Officers have been elected, and
plans for the annual banquet in
h49or, of graduating senior mem-
bers haye been made by the Cos-
nmopolitan Club. The banquet will
be held May 18.
Those officers picked to head the
club for the school year 1929-30 are:
president, P. K. Lee, '30D; vice-
president, Sharkeshwari Agah,
Grad; recording secretary, Ruth
DoW, '30; corresponding secretary,
Valborg Egeland, '30; faculty treas-
urer, Prof. J. A. C. Hildner; student
treasurer, Duncan W. Gordon, '30.
The new executive council is to be
cornposed of Mrs. Helen Snyder,
Miss Beatrice Johnson, Carlton
Wells, of the rhetoric department,
and Prof. J. L. Brumm, of the de-
parient of juornalism.
One of the unique featuers of the
senior banquet is that there will be
no regular speakers or speeches. In
place of these stunts will, be per-
formed by national groups and
propliecies of the seniors will be
read. The banquet is open to every-
one; tickets are selling" at $1.50.
All those who plan. to attend are,
requested to call Miss Dow before
May 15.
0orge Jean Nathan
DiscUsses Exercise
Commenting on what he calls the
"imbecility of physical exercises be-
yonc the inevitable, natural amount
that a person gets in the course of
theday;" George Jean Nathan, as-
sociate editor ?of" the American Mer-
cury, expresses an opinion in a re-
cent editorial in that magazine that
could hardly be called coincident
with the established tradition con-
cerning. the requirements for a
virile, vitaminised manhood.
The cause for his outburst is the
recent announcement of the results
of a study made by the National
Coll'egiate Athletic Association in
conjunction with the Anerican stu-
dent health association and the
statistical department of the Metro-
politan Life Insurance Co.
Local Minister Gives
Address On Tolstoy
Illustrating his lecture with stere-
opticon slides, the Reverend A.
Heaps of the Congregationalechurch
of Ann Arbor presented a review of
Toystoy's novel, "Ressurrection,"
yesterday afternoon in room 231,
Angell hall.

Roosevelt May Get
Island Appointment

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LIEUTENANT GITZ RICE ATTRIBUTES
SONG INSPIRATION TO FRENCH MAID
"Mademoiselle from Armentieres, would alays answer "apres la
Parlez vous, you haven't been kissed guerre." And so the original verse
for 50 years, Parlez vous." Remem-- was composed by Lieut. Rice.
ber that immortal melody? It's Soon after verses were invented
bertha imortl mlod? I'sand the song became a veritable
origin was like this. Lieut. Gitz Rice, national anthem to those British
who is being featured this week at and Yankee soldiers who were
the Liberty street playhouse, was in oppressed by the ever threatening
the first Canadian contingent that promise of death which existed Uin-
went "over there" in 1914. der the hardships which they en-
In the little town Armentieres dured. There were verses invected
there was a tiny French miss who 'against the tyrannical sergeant,
operated a coffee shop which the against the Irish doughboy, the
doughboys frequented quite con- Jew, the Italian, the cockney-all
sistently. Naturally many of the these were sung in a spirit of mak-
soldiers would ask her for dates or ing fun of themselves while their
for a kiss. To these requests she very lives were so insecure.

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for appointment to the governor-
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Best Seats $2'
LAFAYETTE
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The Famous Magician
and his daughter Jane
Prices: Nights, Sat. and Sunday
Mats., 50c, $1 and $1.50

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colors, its vast distances, its
tremendous cliffs and long,
broad sweeps of tumultuous
rock? You'll see it in all its
magnificence in Richard Dix's
dramatic love epic of the In-
- .. ~ dian, "Redskin." It's almost .
all in color.
Mademoiselle from Armentieres,
Parley Vous?
HEAR THE SOLDIER-COMPOSER OF THAT FAMOUS
WARTIME SONG
LIEUTENANT GITZ-RICE
and his NORTHWEST MOUNTIES
with dainty little Gabrielle Tremblay
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IT's bound to rain sometimes,
even in the best regulated cli-
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any party of yours a fizzle.
A Fish Brand Slicker is a
comfortable, chummy sort of
garment that makes good
times possible regardless of
storms and, showers.
-You can buy a genuine Fish
Brand Slicker almost any-
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of theatre tickets. A. J. Tower
Company, Boston, Mass.
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