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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OC

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k SC R EE N
,BALLOT APPLICATIONS 'S R E
WlLSTILL FIED-REFLECTIONS
'WILLi One of the most widely accepted
, delusions in the American credo is
perhaps the most erroneous. We
refer to the popular opinion which
holds that college students have
R E G I S T E IE D VOTERS MUS'Tat least a hazy conception of what
constitutes being a gentleman. If
MAKE APPLICATION BY ali the folk who retain this quaint
WEDNESDAY notion could be suffered to witness
one performance at any of the local,
NOTARY SERVICE OFFERED theatres they would readily be dis-
i suaded. We have often wondered
Affidavits For Michigan Ballots whether these boisterous, ill-bred
Must Be Executed Before persons were suffering from some
Two Eligible Voters sort of 'metital anomaly or if a
public demonstration of their un-
With more than 400 applications becoming ignorance tickled their.
already on file, absentee voting! vanity in some odd manner.
conducted by the Republican club Our sense of humor may be di-
in Room 302 of the Union will con- minutive but we frankly admit
tinue throughout the week. [that we see nothing even remotely
The privilege of making applica- ,funny in so ordinary and disgust-
tion is open to all registered voters ing a thing. The results of this
until Wednesday, when the blanks nonsense are manifold, first it in-
must be sent to the state wherein sults those poor individuals who,
the- voter resides in time to receive by some unfortunate trick of fate
absentee ballots. Applications for are forced to devote their lives to
the states of Michigan and Ohio amusing such morons as these;
are on hand at the club offices in second, it makes those of us who
the Union. do not believe such conduct to be
Lodge Is Notary fitting, wish that we were tempo-
L. Harvey Lodge, '29L, president rarily at least, not students of this
of the organhation, will officially university. Recently Mr. Hoag, the!
notarize all affidavits and ballots manager of the Michigan, told us'
free of charge. He will be in the that he was unable to book many
offices from 1:30 to 3 o'clock and of the best acts available to him
from 4 o'clock until 5 every day solely because the actors refused
this week. to undergo the mental agony o
Affidavits for the Michigan ballot Ann Arbor performance. In short
must be executed before and sign- these loud-mouthed rowdies are
ed by two eligible voters. However,; depriving us of entertainment
anyone in the state may go to his which we might otherwise enjoy
voting precinct and, after swearing and have succeeded in giving Ann
registration by affidavit, may have Arbor the reputation of being the
the privilege of the ballot. Anyone international stamping ground for
still standing in line when the puerile imbeciles. Another one of
polls close at 8 o'clock in the even- !the distasteful facts is that natur-
ing loses the franchise. ally enough, we are all placed un-
The state of Ohio requires that der the same category. It there-
the ballot be presented unmarked fore becomes incumbent upon those
to a notary publicbefore whomthe of us who possess some semblance
affidavit must be executed afterj of mentality to "stem the tide."
positive identification has been When our view and hearing were
established. not obstructed by the aforemen-"
Must Follow Directions tioned morons what we did get to
It s prtiulalyimprtat tatsee of the "super-special" act at
It is particularly important that the Michigan was fairly entertain-
voters follow explicitly the direc- ing. Of course when any vaude-
tions for casting the absentee bal- ville act is an hour long it is bound
lot. Any assistance in such matters to have its weak moments and this
can be had at the office of the ;one is nro exception. A convincing
organization. sister act and an able comedian
The privilege of the absenteeifomdtebspatfthbl.
poll conducted by the Republican] fAmthebspatothbi.
clu ishnot cnined to eers of Although Sue Carol cannotact
club is not confined to members of and is not particularly beautiful
that party, ballot service is offered we still have a weakness for her;
to all voters. that weakness was not lessened by
"Though we are interested pri- "Beau Broadway." There is a clev-
marily in Republicans," stated er burlesque on the literary pro-
Lodge, "we offer the same service clivities lately evinced. by the M.
to all other persons in order to Tunney and while "Beau Broad-
encourage voting in general-" way" is by no means a perfect
movie it is really worth seeing.
Boy Killed After Game __D. B. IH., Jr.

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MYSTERIOUS WARFARE OF CHIA
HAUNTS FATHER AND FOUR CHI

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LDRENCONFRENE WILL E
HELD FORTIMBERMEN
Timber land owners and opera-
tors from all over the state of
Michigan will be the guests of the
university to a cut-over land con-
ference Friday and Saturday, Nov.,
2 and 3.
r The purpose of the meeting isj
to discuss matters of mutual con-
cern to both faculty and the lum-C
bermen with the faculty of the
Forestry school. A special commit-
tee of .lumbermen will be selected
' rfor this purpose.
IAn inspection trip of the univer-
sity will be held for the delegates
also. The particular points of in-
terest to be shown will be the Nat-
ural Science buildiP- the school
forests, and the utiization plant,
which is located in the old heating
plant behind the Dental building.
Friday night the delegates will
When :tong 'be guests of the University at a
Mss., arms, banquet at the Union.

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A Drama of Passion

On the Burning Sands of the Desert

CARL LAEMMLE presents

NORMAN
KERRY

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Pictured .above fire Yee Hoey and his four children.
war starts in San Francisco orNew York, Yee, in Lynn,
and calls for police protection for himself and family, alth
he is not marked for death.

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ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN
"Golden Dawn"
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SHUBERT
LAFAYETTE
"Nobody's Girl"
Evenings, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00
Thurs. Mat. 50c to $2.00; Sat.
Mat. 50c to $2.50

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Original New York Cast
roduced by the Theater Guild
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(By Associa ted Press)
CHESANING, Oct. 29-Frederick
A. Princinsky, of Chesaning, full-
back on the high school football
team this year was almost instant-
ly killed Saturday Oight 'on his
way back from the Wisconsin foot-
ball game at Ann Arbor. As he
tried to turn out for some loose
gravel his car swerved and turned
over c r u s h i n g him against the
wheel.
DETROIT-Detroit has been
granted /a franchise in the pro
basketball circuit.
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See These Great Acts Today
The O'Bri n Boys
"A HOT VERSATILE BAND"
The Nobility of Vaudeville
"BARON" EMERSON
"COUNT" BALDWIN
"What Fools"

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