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- PAOFE TWO

THE M- I CICA N tDYAILY

PRIDAY, MAY 24,.1929

GRM WILL ADRS
PRNCIPALS MEETING
PROF. SCHORLING TO SPEAK ON
NEW COURSE IN TEACHER
TRAINING
EDUCATORS MEET TODAY

CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES PLAN
TO PRESS TARIFF BILL DECISION

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S u A. LA ROGRAU M i Brings 300 Etchings

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At their fourth regular meeting
this year, the South-Eastern Mich-
igat Principals' Round Table club
will convene this noon at the Huron
Hill's clubhouse where they will be
addressed by Prof. Louis Gram and
Prof. Raleigh Schorling of the
school of Education.
Professor Gram will speak on the
University college plan in which he
has been interested since it was
first proposed. Professor Schorling
has chosen as his topic the cor-
related course in teacher training
which the school of Education is
planning for the first semester of
1929-30.
The Round Table club is com-
posed of all the principals of south-
eastern Michigan as well as mem-
bers of the University faculty who
are interested in secondary educa-
tion.

(By Ass l t I~~- of the committeemen and let their
WASHINGTON, May 23.---The leg- proposals reach the floor as com-
islative machinery of both senate mittee amendments. Their opposi-
and house was tuned up today to I tion to restriction on amendments
push the bills before them toward prevented agreement on the special
a vote, but the committees which rule last week.
represent them in their disagree- One group comprising fifty mem-
ment over the farm relief were still bers from seventeen states agreed
deadlocked on the export question. Wednesday to support the proposed
The house was called to meet an increase .in the duty on Cuban su-
hour later than usual--at 1 p. m.- gar to 2.40 cents a ;pound. Sug-
to give the Republican majority gestions for substitution of a slid-
three hours to confer on a special ing scale of rates, which have been
rule to govern the offering of described as having the-support of
amendments to the tariff bill. Re- ( President Hoover, were opposed by
publican leaders were confident I this group, and its 'spokesman, Rep-
'that objections raised in their ranks resentative Cramton, Republican,
to various schedules in the bill had Michigan, indicated that it would
been satisfied sufficiently to enable oppose opening of the sugar sched-
the majority to get together on a, ule to amendment on the floor.
rule, shut off general debate and Considerable interest also attach-
take up the measure for amend- ed to the move to have the admin-
ment tomorrow. istrative section of the bill kept open
The special rule favored by some for general consideration of amend-
of the Republican leaders would fixm ents, in view of the attack made
a time for a vote on the bill and on it yesterday by Representative
limit the offering of amendments eck,.Republican, Pennsylvania,
to members of the ways and means who was solicitor generalin the
committee. The Republican mem- ding and Coolidge administra-
bers of that committee met W ednes- tions.
day night to give further consider- He charged that the proposed ex-
ation to amendments desired by tension of presidential authority
dissatisfied groups. under the flexible provisions of the
Conferenes. ubill would transfer excessive taxing
Conferncesbyaumberofthepower to the xeutve andconsi
latte indiated hat tey wold b tute an "utterly indefensible change
willing to abide by the decisions in the character of our govern-
ment."

100 Men Selected From Incoming
Class Will Attend
Rendezvous
WILL MEET THREE DAYS
Arrangements are now being
made to make this year's Freshmen
Rendezvous, sponsored by' the Stu-j
dent Christian association, to be
held atthe University Fresh Air
Camp at Lake Patterson, better
than any of preceding years. The
Rendezvous, as last year, will be
held in September, the three days
prior to the opening of Freshmen
Week. The camp will be open by
inviation to those recommended by
high school principals, University,
officials, and students on the cam-
pus.
With the completion of six new
cottages at the Fresh Air Camp
there will be accommodations for
one hundred persons, more than
double the number that attended
last year.
The purpose of the camp is to ac-
quaint a select group'of incoming
students with University traditions
and life on the campus.
Here's the Boy!

An international exhibition of
etching was opened May 19, in west
gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall,
and will continue to be shown until
May 29.
The exhibit comprises almost 300
etchings selected from 16 different
countries. Conspicuous among the
authors of these selections are
Picasso, Bone, McBey, Cameron,
Pissarro, and Hansen.

611 HERE'S
NEWS
McKINNEY' S
COTTON
PICKRWNS
NOW AT
Jean Goldkette's
'~"'Blue Lantern
ISLAND LAKE
Dancing Nightly Except Mondays.
Sundays, continuous from 6 p. m.
On Grand River, 1 miles east of Brighton. 6 miles west of
New Hudson.

Detroit Theaters

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NOW SHOWING
You'll be sorry if you miss
one of our sound programs.
You'll be sorry if you don't
come EVERY WEEK.
When your neighbors tell
you about 'the marvelous en-
joyment youil wish you had
been here too.
-On This >Program
Miller and Farrell
Song Specialties
Richard Boneli
in
"Barber of Seville"
SPECIAL 1ID-NITE HoW
SATURDAY NITE

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The Royal Family
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Best Seats $2
Dares Fate
for Favorite
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Gentlemen:
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with its tight passages, etc. I spent
three hours in this cavity, groping
blindly with a "dead" flashlight and
a severed guiding string.
To cut my story short, I was finally
rescued by a searching party after a
terrible experience. It was a wonder-
ful feeling as I sat at the mouth of the
cavern telling my-friends that 1 would
not go b ack in there for love nor
money. I meant it-- -until I reached
for my can of Edgeworth. It was gone,
and I recalled dropping something
during the excitement in the cave.
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would be as bad as being lost in the
cavity-- so I crawled back.
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Smoking Tobacco

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LAST TIMES TODAY

"SINNERS
IN LOVE"

OLIVE
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ALSO
GREAT
ADDED
PROGRAM

REYNOLDS EVANS
As "Raja of Rukh"

11 O'CLOCK
Clara Bow
"Wild Party"

COSMOPOLITAN OPENING SATURDAY
A Tremendous Love Classic!

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MICHWIAN

We'll
Expect
You
TForay.

Watch
closely,
folks,
you'll
see
which
-was
first,
the
chicken
or the
egg!"

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ie's a knockout for
laughs! Who? Why, the
boy who ivented the
automoboat and swept
the capitalist's daugh -
ter off her feet. Ie's
the smartest, slickest,
funniest character you
ever saw.
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iraduating this Year
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