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October 13, 1928 - Image 2

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M IC HI GAN DA ILY

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GRIDIRON HERO Name Rich To Head X-Ray Society VisitsI
RECEIVES LONG Board Of Education MayburySanitariumt
TAIL E At its regular meeting Wednes- As guests of the staff of the May-o
A L' TE C day evening at the senior high bury sanitarium, the Universitye
school building, the Ann Arbor hospital X-ray society traveled toI
Former California Football Star board of education named Prof. Northville, Michigan, Thursdayd
Foun Guilty rgry Daniel R. Rich of the Physics de- night. At the sanitarium they in-r
partment of the University, as its spected the work being done with
(By Associated Press) president. the X-ray for the treatment of
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12.--In Following the election of officers tuberculosis.
strange contrast to the thunder- Professor Rich at once proceeded
to Ball the attention of the mme- "-IllIJlikaIIII~III~11111
ous applause which followed John- bers to the business in hand es-R C A D
ny Hawkins four years ago when pecially as concerned the matter A H E A T R E --E
he was captain and star quarter:. of poie protection. A plan sug--
back of the University of Southern gested by the police commissioners TODAY ONLY
California football team, the for- involved the hiring by the school
board of three older men living in
mer hero heard a sentence of from the vicinity of the schools in ques-
5 to 75 years imprisonment for tion for police duty. They would┬░
burglary pronounced against him be deputized by the police depart-
in court here yesterday. ment of the city and would be re -
The one-time hero of thousands sponsible to the chief of police.
of students on the university cam--w
pus and the idol of Southern Cali- Subscribe to the Michigan Daily
fornia grid fans stood with head $4.00 the year. It's worth it?
bowed when his long persdnal ap-
peal for probation was denied and '' lilliltilI!HlhIlHilllHeIuII1f'
sentence to San Quentin was pro- " LAST 2 TIMES
nounced. Today 3:00 Tonight 8:30 -l
Hawkins pleaded guilty to five f
charges of burglary after being DANIEL E'POMEROV Pres. t
caught robbing a house here last presents
January. Discovery later of $35,-W /.
000 worth of plunder in his home .epOThe "It"
resulted in i0 charges of burglary /lunq/eoDrama = A~otPH Uxoa Girl Again
being placed gainst him. The ex- insa Wow!
act length of his term will be de-
cided by the state prison board.T
In his confession, Hawkins said
that his real estate business ,had dol aN
been bankrupt and that he wasI \
forced to resort to robbery to obtain
money for a major operation which
his young wife had to undergo.
Hawkins' attorney offered as de- IN
fense in his trial that the former University ┬░
football player had received head -Museum
injuries on the gridiron which Added:
caused his to turn criminal. Little Troubles Metro News
P S j IMatinees Evenings
OHIO UNIVERSITY-Seniors are = S= 10c, 20c 10c, 20c, 30c
the only students on the campus Tomorrow
who may carry canes, the class de- WIN OR LOSE GO TO THE "SAY IT WITH SABLES"
cided. These, canes have white SWHITNEY Tonight- SOON s SOON
ivory tips in which are imbedded E The Thrill of a Lifetime Theatre Presentations
the class numerals. Theatre Presentations

WISCONSIN -'Two university CHAMPAIGN-Illinois and Ohio Speedall Results
boys from Kenosha hope to pay State have arranged a home-and-
their school expenses by the sale home game agreement to meet on-
of "cheering" mittens, in the school the soccer field this fall. Kappa Nu 21, Phi Mu Alpha 0;
colors. They are large so they canKA
easily be worn over other gloves. LAFAYETTE--Headed by their Phi Sigma Kappa 8, Phi Kappa 3;
The athletic department has or- star, Orval Martin, Purdue's cross- Theta Chi 7' Kappa Delta Rho 1;
dered a first consignment of 2,000 country team is preparing for the
red and white mittens. meet with Chicago Oct. 27. Tau Epsilon Rho 1, Delta Chi 0.
COSMOPOLITAN OPENING
TODAY-SATURDAY
ENGAGEMENT LIMITED

TODAY ONLY
Two Western Features
Komedy and
"TARZAN
THE MIGHTY"
RAE THEATRE

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The Movie Is the Thing-The Majestic offers another
sational week of attractions that will be the talk of
Arbor after th efirst performances.

sen-
Ann

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V,

presenting

The creen 's 7lostA reauiful
and em inal Actress!

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White arms-
toyed with
in the dark-
real4 treac
came the .e
souls! You'l
thene' Gret

In tle characterization of
TANIA, old' Russia's
most beautiful and be-
witching spy.

s-and red lips! She
love! Then a night
-mock kisses became
herous .caresses-be-
,mbrace of two ,young ,
l be swept along with
a carries you back to
the Devil,'", a taming

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"Flesh and a
lady of ice!

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ION'.
4< a

CON PAD
NAGEL
(as KARL, an Austrian Officer)
And a Cast of Great Talent Supporting

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r aMUSICAL ARRANGEMENT
HEAR the MAJESTIC STRING
ENSEMBLE- IT'S POPULA
KEN OSBORNE
Organ Relief with Novelty Innovations
PLEASE NOTE
tf Owing to great length of this
attraction Short Subjects again
will be limited to permit Cosino-
politan Presentation.
APPOINTMENTS:
}IAESOP'S FABLES
PARAMOUNT NEWS
A NOVELTY REST DAY
ART AND BEAUTY
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Poliev:
SAT.
2:00-
3:35.
350
10e
8:40.
506
100

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VICTOR McLAGLEN in "THE RIVER PIRATE" by CHARLES FRANCIS COE

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WATTA RIT!

ON THE SCREEN-
ALICE WHITE CHESTER CONKLIN
in '"THE BIG NOlSE"

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