THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CORN PALACE WALLS REFLECT POLITICAL FIGURES
Century Gathering To
Friday And Saturday,
Oct. 26 And 27
TO POSITION HERE
Dr. Walter Mowot, of° the Univer-
sity of Edinburgh, has just been
appointed to the position of assist-
ant in the X-ray department of
the University hospital. Dr. Mowot
has had previous experience in'
Edinburgh when he held a posi-
t ion in the Royal Infirmary. Hav-
ing just recentlyarrived Dr. Mowot
will start work immediately under
Dr. Preston M. Hicley, head of the
John Gilbert and Renee Adoree
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LAN TRIP TO SAGINAW
President Clarence Cook Little
11 address more than fifty alum-
returning to the Quarter Cen-
ry reunion of the forestry school
its business session Saturday
)rnling, Oct. 27. The reunion is.
ing organized with the special
d in view of bringing the alumni
closer contact with the school.
Por the alumni who will be comn-
g in from posts all over the Unit-
.States where they are serving
government foresters, registra-
>n will be held at 9 o'clock Friday
orning, Oct. 27. Following this
attending the convention will
in autos to Saginaw forest on
uron street, where a forester's
eal will be served.
A round of stunts among which
11 be an archery shoot across the
ke by Ivan I. Sims of the Fores-
y school and Edward F. McCar-
Ly, '11, will take part of the at-
rn1oon. In addit;ionz the. alumni
11 be taken on a tour of Saginaw
rest and there observe the trees
hich they planted years a go
own to full height. Autos will
so take them to Eber White and
inchfield woods, which are main--
ined by the school.
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corn and grass is Mr. Hoover on Scholarship.
an elephant and Governor Smith Saturday
on a donkey. President Coolidge 'EER E ANCROFT
is pictured fishing with the sun of "THE DRAG NET"
politics setting behind him.
Warns Students Of "Pink-Eye" Menace
"Pink-eye" doesn't sound very,
bad to the ordinary individual, but
it is a bad thing to have. Accord-
ing to Dr. Waren E. Forsythe, di-
rector of the Health Service, there
is quite a contagion of the disease
around the campus and unless ev-
erybody takes proper precautions
it is liable to spread.
Twelve cases of "pink-eye" have
already appearea at the Health
Service and all are under treat-
ORDER YOUR SEATS NOW
ment at the present time.
"Pink-eye" is an inflammation
and infection of the eyes which!
resultsfrom the transfer of secre-
tion from one person's eyes to an-!
others. Towels are very apt to
spread the disease and swimming
pools often have something to do
with it. Last Spring one hundred
cases of "pink-eye" came to the
Health Service. It is hoped that
it will not spread to such extent
I CASS THEATRE
Prices-Nights $1 to $3.85;-Wed.
Mat. $1 to $2; Sat. Mat. ,$1-$2.50
Philip Goodman Presents
ETON & SHAW
THE 5 O'CLOCK GIRL
Week Beginning Sun., Oct. 21
LEW CANTOR Offers
Eves. 50c to $2.50--Thurs. Mat.I
50c to $1-Sun. Mat. 50c to $1.50
New York Theatre
TODAY AND FRIDAY
The Doctor's Dilemma., Wed. Eve., Nov. 14
The Second Man .,.. Mon. Eve., Nov. 19
Ned McCobb's Daughter Wed. Eve., Nov. 28
John Ferguson,..,...... Mon. Eve., Dec. 3
Michigan Theatre League
THEATER GUILD PRODUCTION
ORIGINAL NEW YORK CAST OF 65
A production which will undoubtedly bring distinction
to its sponsors. The season's most outstanding and thoroughly
There are plenty of good seats available
Prices: Main Floor. . . . $3.50
Balcony . ..... $3.00--$2.00
Gallery (unreserved) . . . . $1.00
ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE NOW
from ten until five o'clock
MATINEE and EVENING
Tuesday, Oct. 30th
Auspices: Michigan Women
Box Office, Print and Book Shop
521 E. Jefferson St.
Season Tiket s-$12, $10, $8, ,$6
La and Laf Some More-
added to this unusual
story of action and
A big time comedy of a small time
gal who turned against her heart to
become Princess-and then turned
right back again to REAL love-
With the screen's funniest pharac-
ters. It's just one grand laff party
from start. to finish.
From story 4y Juliet Wilbur Tomp-
kins. Supporting cast includes Lucien
Littlefield, Thelma Todd, Eileep Man-
ning, Virginia Grau and Raymond
Did You See the Game?
And in Our Laugh Section
ART & BEAUTY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
Nautical - - But Nice!
Just a few men--a few fighting Marines
pitted against the desperate tactics of a
gang of relentless bandits. Fighting to the
last gasp among the torn remnants of their
On the Stage-
The World Renowned
"Doing a Little of Everything Excellently"
Seven Great Artists
You've Seen Them in the News Reels-Now See Them in Person
I arl Wiederhold's
A glorious picture-You'll
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