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October 23, 1928 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER

TURNS FROM

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LANSING

L i b r-a r i a n Attended Convention
Celebrating Foundation
Of State Library
GOODRICH GIVES SP E E C HD
Librarian W. W. Bishop of the
University library returned Friday
from the annual meeting of the
Michigan Library association held
in Lansing Oct. 17, 18, 19 with1
headquarters at the Hotel Olds.
Francis Goodrich, associate li-i
brarian, delivered a report on certi-
fication of librarians at the conven-
tion. Prof. Carleton B. Joeckel,
Prof. Margaret Mann, and Prof.
Eunice Wead besides many others
of the staff and many of the stu-
dents of library science also at-I
tended.
The meeting this year was held
to commemorate the 100th anniver-
sary of the founding of the State
library. The State Library was be-
gan in 1828 in the old Capitol build-'
ing in Detroit with 138 volumes. As
a special feature of the meeting a
display was leci of 101 of the
original volumss of the old library.
In addition :rrangements were
made by the Lansing Library club
to have those attending the con-
vention taken for a ride around
Lansing. The Michigan State Col-
lege library was visited during the
course of the ride.
The earlier sessions were business
sessions at which various topics of
interest were discussed by authorit-I
ies. "Changing Ideas in the Drama"
was an address given by Mr. Tomp-1
kins of the College of the City of!
Detroit while Chester Kuhn of theI
same college spoke on "The Chang-3
ing. Technique in the Drama" in
the Wednesday night session. On
Thursday the main address of the
program was "Tendencies in the
Modern European Novel" by L. P.
Waldo of Michigan State college.
The University of Illinois has an
annual "Dads Day." In honor of
the students' "dads" a football game{
is played, a concert is held, and
an address is given by President
David Finley.
The
off ers .
another
Distinctive
Picture.

Foresters To Hold
Week End Gathering
In order to bring the alumni in
closer contact with the school, a
Forester's reunion will be held by
the School of Forestry and Con-,
servation the weekend of Oct. 26
and 27, according to E. V. Jotter,
chairman of the event.
Friday morning will be occupied
with registration, after which the
whole group will be taken in autos
to Stinchfield woods, Eber White:
woods, and Saginaw forest, which
is maintained by the school. A
program will follow at Saginaw for-
cst which will consist of a ranger's
lunch and stunts appropriate to a
forester's occupation. .
It is also planned to, have an
inspection tour of the campus and
class rooms, laboratory and library.
At the banquet Friday night it is
hoped tobhave President C. C. Little
speak.
On Saturday the members and
alumni will have a business session
to discuss topics of mutual interest
to the school and alumni as well
as Forestryassociation affairs. In
the afternoon the football game
will be attended.
TheUniversity of Kansas has an
official hostess to act as a chape-
rone at college parties. She may
choose others to work with her.
This replaces the former custom of
inviting members of the faculty
and house chaperones to act as
hostesses at varsity dances.
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Metro-Goldwyn News
Wednesday night is Arcade
Theatre Presentation Night
Free 'Gifts -]Free Gifts,
Get Your Tickets Daily
for the
Arcade Theatre Scholarship
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10c, 20c 10c, 20c, 30c
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Meeting Of Leaders'
President Cook Little will address
a joint meeting of the leaders of
the student organizations affiliated
with Ann Arbor cnurches on Nov.;
4 in Lane hall. The conference,!
which is to be held under the aus-
pices of the Student Christian asso-
ciation, will be open to all students
on the campus.

FATE OF BRITISHER IN ATLANTIC HOP STILL UNKNOWN

Little Will Address

Contiun- A Ots
2:00 L1* 9:30
Betty Blythe
LOIS STONE AND
LON CIHANEY
ill
James Oliver Curwood's
great p la v-
"NOMADSrOr, THE NORTH"
also
Lup'no Lane in
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Commander H. C. MacDonald, British aviator, and his tiny moth plane in which he attempted a- = = - _-
flight over the Atlantic gcean from Newfoundland to England. MacDonald hopped off last Wednesday
and has not been heard from since a steamer reported sighting him 600 miles out from Newfoundland.yM
MacDonald was attempting to follow Lindbergh and make a solo flightt.
------------NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY:
Three enterprising women students Ctno ein g
A SUBSCRIPTION have opened a getter Shop. Love
e ony sure way of n etters cost $10, while ordinary SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY
th OiySlre 8 fotiig thank you letters are $2. For writ2 r=
seats for ing letters asking the home folks ',WE CLOSE NOV. 1, 1928
for money, the customer is charg- on the Huron River at Foot of Cedar St.
, The t e u ld ed ten per cent of the check.E a o m HH um

of New York
Presenting its Repertory Company of
Distinguished Actors
In the following plays:
The Doctor's Dilemma WEDNESDAY, NOV. 14
By BERNARD SHAW
The Second Man
MONDAY, NOV. 18
By S. N. BEHRMAN
Ned McCobb's Daughter
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28
By SIDNEY HOWARD
John Ferguson
JohnFergsonMONDAY, DEC. 3
By ST. JOHN ERVINE
Secure Season Tickets at Once
521 E. Jefferson Telephone 21081
s 12. $10, $8, $6L
Auspices: Michigan Theatre League

The Art of The Films

Last 4 Performances
TODAY

Here's

a Pair of Lovers

That Equals a Full House!
Beautifui Joan Crawford inspires Gilbert
to the most ardent love-making of his
career.
Dare All! Risk All!
-That was his motto when women
smiled!

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One of the Most Remarkable Pictures of the Decade!

FORGETTING is perilous when sin makes
the past ominous. Reason totters, chaos
triumphs, panic dominates when "Forgot-
ten Faces" find the victim of their hate.

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-and out -of
love before you
could say "Dan
Cupid!" T he n
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miss who played
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ROARS!
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ROMANCE!
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CARMEL MYERS and VERA GORDON
APPOINTMENTS
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on the screen today

Aesop's Fables

Paramount News

Art & Beauty

RENEE ADOREE
MARCELINE DAY 4
CARMEL MYERS
mNOV
directed by
HENLEY
A Hobart Ilenly pro-
duction. Continuity
by Donna Ilarrett.
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STARTING WEDNESDAY
The Pulitzer Prjze Winning Play!
By George Kelly. Here's a dramatic picture with a domestic
theme admirably visualized, of a super-censorious wife.

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production.
IRENE RICH and WARNER BAXTER
and excellent supporting cast
Cosmopolitan Opening Saturday, October 27

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