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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CORN PALACE WALLS REFLECT POLITICAL FIGURES

REUNION!

Century Gathering To
Friday And Saturday,
Oct. 26 And 27

Be

NAME PHYSICIAN
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
X-ray department.

John Gilbert and Renee Adoree
-in--
"THE BIG PARADE"
NO INCREASE lN ADMISSION
Continuous Through he Supper Hur
Children STARTING Adults
Ten Cents 1:30 -.-- -.-- --en--fiv C nts

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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.
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
.00 per year. It's worth it!

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"SQULS AFLAME"
A Gripping Story of the
Ozark Hills
Added:
46. COMEDY - NEWS
1FMatineesEvenings
The Mitchell, S. D., corn palace 10c, 2c 10c, 20c, 30c
walls reflect chief figures in this Get your Tickets daily FREE
year's political news. Fashibned in= with the purchase of Adult
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.

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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

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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
this year.
Detroit Theaters
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
SHUBERT
I LAFAYETTE
Week Beginning Sun., Oct. 21
LEW CANTOR Offers
The Skull
Eves. 50c to $2.50--Thurs. Mat.I
50c to $1-Sun. Mat. 50c to $1.50

New York Theatre

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TODAY AND FRIDAY
The Pulitzer
Prize Play
Scores Ag-ain!

PRESENTS

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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

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NEGRO SPIRITUALS

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Auspices:

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
valuable performances.
There are plenty of good seats available
WHITNEY THEATRE
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

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Box Office, Print and Book Shop
521 E. Jefferson St.
Season Tiket s-$12, $10, $8, ,$6

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2:00
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35c
14c
7.00
8:40
50c
35c
10c

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wasa super
censorious wife
and complications
added to this unusual
story of action and
surprises.'

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Mail Bandits!
Marines .
Adventure

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.
with
MARY A
LLOYD HI
LOUISE FA
From story 4y Juliet Wilbur Tomp-
kins. Supporting cast includes Lucien
Littlefield, Thelma Todd, Eileep Man-
ning, Virginia Grau and Raymond
S McKee.

Appointments

Did You See the Game?
MICHIGAN-OHIO
Football Pictures
And in Our Laugh Section

TAXI

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PARAMOUNT NEWS

ART & BEAUTY

LATEST TOPICS

THlE
GREAt

STOR

COSMOPOLITAN OPENING
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27TH
Nautical - - But Nice!

UGHES
ZENDA

A Palpitatitig
Slice of
Real Adventure!

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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

MI
On the Stage-
The World Renowned
COL LENOS
"Doing a Little of Everything Excellently"
Seven Great Artists
You've Seen Them in the News Reels-Now See Them in Person

Tuxedo Comedy
"Wedded Blisters"

BOB HOWLANDI

KINOGRAMS

I arl Wiederhold's
Michigan Orshestra

dynamited train.
A glorious picture-You'll

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