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D. FINANCIAL POSTS
WALL STREET TAKES NOTE'
Report Resiggiation To Be Given
To Directorgj Next
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 2.-Reports
were heard in Wall Street today,
that John J. Raskob, who resigned
as chairnian of the finance com-i
mit'te6 of General Motors to accept
the chairmanship of the Demo-
cratic national committee, does not
intend to resume his General Mo-
tors-post after the election.
Whether he intends to give up
his position on the board of direc
tors and his ,vice-presidency could
not be learned, the New York Times
says. He retained those positions
when he retired ,from the finance
chairmanship. The Times says it
is reported that he intends to sever'
all active connection with the cor-
poration and his resignation will be
submitted to the directors nextI
When Mr. Raskob resigned, Al-
fred P. Sloan, Jr., thepresident,
wrote him a cordial letter which
expessed the hope that when the
campaign was over he would return.
to his finance post. Many rumors
had been spread that considerablel
differences had developed betweenj
Raskob and other influential mem-
bers of General Motors over politics.
Sloan and others of the directors
have expressed their support ofJ
Unless he has already disposed of
his interests, which Wall Street
says he has not done, Raskob is
one of, the .heaviest stockholdersj
in. General Motors. Several yearsI
ago he was instrumental is reor-
ganizing the company and interest-
ing the Du Pont interests in it.
The Times says there also is con-
siderable conjecture as to whether,
Pierre S. Du Pont will resume his
chairnianship of the board of direc-
tors from which he was granted a
leave of absence shortly after*
Raskob resigned. He gave as his;
reason that he did not wish to em-
barrass the corporation by his con-
nection with the association with
the prohibition amendment. Short-
ly afterward he indorsed Gov. Al-
fred E. Smith's candidacy.
NEW VITAPRONE PLANNED
tion has been solved, fnd it is
Harry Tillotson who solved it. Til-
lotson, freshman ticket-vender
plus-extra, plans to erect a sky-
scraper stadium at the fifty yard
line of the Michigan football field.
It will leave 100,000 seats-all on
the fifty yards line. All ill-feel-
ing Ithat comes when upperclass-
men don't get the best tickets given
out will thereby be eliminated.
Each and every student and alum-
nus of the University will have a
permanent seat at the center of the
To get all the seats of the new
stadium exactly on the fifty yard
line, it will be necessary to erect
a large number ofteirs. Therex-
act number has not yet been deter-
mined, but the adding machines of'
the Athletic association are still at
The right tilt w
tiers so that every
perfect view of th
especially the f
whether or not th
To eliminate al
spectators, the tie
two seats in width,
A number of tier
those from 44 oni
lors, and other psei
game. Here the t
one seat in width
will be enclosed in
box. Cussing out
or player can the
without hurting oth
STED . MICHIGAN - M. S. C. ALUMNI SUITABLE TERRAIN FOR GLIDING IS STILL SOUGHT
iUSIASTS MEETINGS ARE ARRANGED AS CLUB MAKES PLANS TO OBTAIN MORE MACHINES
Final plans for the two big Plans are now underway that will put into service during the winter of the aeronautical department of
ill be given the Michigan-M. S. C. alumni neetings enable University students with fly- for flights by members of the Aero the engineering college, now unused
r one can have a during the week beforethe foot- ambitionS' and no experience club. due to discontinuance of a course
he playing field, ball game between those two. nbto in n xeinet Committee members of the glider in woodwork and construction' of
ifty yard line, schools were aranged by G. O. take the air on solo flights with a section are at present scouting the airplanes, and a group of aeronau-
e person in front Stewart, secretary of the Alumni minimum expenditure and a maxi- environs of Ann Arbor for a suit- tical students have announced
association of Michigan State Col- mum safety. The means will be able terrain over which to glide. A their intention of building a glider
1 interference to lege, when he visited the University the new sport of gliding, that bids stretch of rolling country with suc- there during the Christmas holi-
ers will be only of Michigan Alumni offices yester- fair to take America by storm much - cessive ridges across the prevailing days.
according to the day in Alumni Memorial hall. as it has young Germany. winds, unencumbered with timber A gliding plane capable of soar-
A combined meeting of the M. S. immediate purchase of several and high tension wires, and acces- ing will also be ordered from a
s, expected to be C. alumni of Lansihg and the mem- gliding planes is being undertaken sible by automobile is what is be- German manufacturer as sopn; as
up to 78 will be 'hersof thO University of Michigan by the glider section of the Aero- ing sought. enough students have enrolled'i
ially for bache- club of that city has been sched- nautical club, recently formed on Arrangements are being made to the glider section to finance its pur-
udo-critics of the uled for Wednesday night, Nov. 14 the local campus. These will be construct more gliders in the shops chase.
tiers will be but
and each seat-
n a sound proof
any dumb play,
n be carried on IThe Att the LL .
hier pepesfel-= The-' . .ofth Fim
ing. Built-in binoculars in these
boxes will also be used for watch-
ing the game.
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Hot Fudge Sundae !
You Never Tasted the Equal
516 William ... one block from State.
A Movie for Those
Who Never Go
To The Movies!
I irneys ow Ice Cream
Shipped, Daily from Grand- Rapids
Now is the time for all good men to put away
prejudice and find out how motion pictures can
For here is-take it from none other than Vanity
Fair-"Colleen Mbore-iii a film-dramatization of
that priceless piece, 'Oh-Kay!'"
Deft and dainty,. . . Adultly amusing ... Now you
can re-live the merry moments you enjoyed at
this eminently chic stage success. Or, if you were
unavoidably detained in Africa or points east at
the time, this tasty portion of cinema caviar will
show you why Park Avenue moved to Broadway
when "Oh Kay" ran for one solid season on Mazda
There'l be a great gathering of the clannish when
"Oh Kay!" comes to town today. The problem of
going- places and doing things will be no problem
at all when this clever comedy gets going.
A Masquerade of the Underworld,
EDMUND LOWE, MARY ASTOR in
DRESSED TO KILL
o o u ,
( G°3 p
A fascinating revelation of gangdom's evolution from the brass
knuckled thugs of yesterday to the sleek-haired "Dressed to Kill"
dandies of tod?'y.
Beginning Tomorrow-Sunday Through Saturday
METRO-GOLDWYN REVIVAL WEEK
One Gem from M. G. M's 1928 Special Products
LOOK 'EM OVER
Talking features are to be in-
stalled in the Arcade theater, ac-
cording to an announcement yes-
terday made by W. S. Butt'erfield
theaters. Contrary to an an-
nouncement made about a- month
ago the Wuerth theater will not be
the ,only theater to install the Vita
phone in connection with its cine-
matographic presentations. It is
expected that the work will be com-
pleted within the next year.
ures for the students of public
health nursing at the University
of Minnesota have increased con-
siderably over last year's figures
and those of preceding years.
There are now 28 nurses studying
this subject which is a compara-'
tively new one on the campus. Al
state convention will be held this
year in Minneapolis and St. Paul
for all public health nurses.
DOROTHY GISH in
LILLIAN GISH in
RAMON NOVARRO in
ACROSS TO SINGAPORE
LON CHANEY in
LAUGH CLOWN, LAUGH
GRETA GARBO in
THE DEVINE WOMAN
WILLIAM HAINES in
JOHN GILBERT inFLESH AND THE DEVIL
The most spectacular group of high grade attractions ever
offered the public in one week.
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To All Lovers
Of Fine Pictures
It has been suggested to me that'possibly some people might think that the
beautiful production of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," which comes to this theatre
all next week is merely a picturization of the old drama shown on the stage.
If such an impression exists, it is most erroneous.
Universal's screen version is the most pretentious effort ever made with this
American story as the vehicle. It required two years to make and cost
nearly .two million dollars.
In the stage plays, the crudest of painted scenery was used. In Universal's.
picture version the entire company was sent into the Southland and much of
the play was enacted in the very country where the -action was laid by
Dame Nature was the scenic artist.
And you simply can't conceive the beautiful and natural effects thus secured.
No painter in the world, regardless of the character of his talent, could
possibly reproduce on canvas the quaint beauty that has been secured through
the medium of the camera.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin,;- as produced by Universal, will be a source of con-
stant wonder to you from title to conclusion. It can be said, in all truth-
fulness, that never before has "Uncle Tom's Cabin" been played in such
a mighty and 'realistic manner. This picture, as Universal has created it,
This Theatre joins Michigan
in wishing Illinois visitors to
Ann Arbor a hearty welcome.
We're proud off- our City,
Team and University 'and All
of its Personnel.
AND RUTH ELDER
Moran of the Marines