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November 07, 1928 - Image 2

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D Alt Y

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,

DAILY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,

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Bar Members Favor GARGOYLE, BURLESQUING FOOTBALL, Local Hou
Capital Punishment' WILL MAKE APPEARANCE THURSDAY Petiti
Dedicated to the great God Foot- yard Lampoon" and other maga-
Vote of Michigan Bar Association ball, the November number of zines, a page of drama criticism, CITIZENS PR(
Shows Majority Favor "Gargoyle" will blaze forth Thurs- and a newly created page of re- OF DORM
Death Penalty day. The magazine is solid with marks under the caption of "Di- UNIV
editorial material and cartoons, agonal Slants."_
cnbellished by the glorification of The cover by Lee Blaser, '32, of- Petitions, sign
MODERATE BILL FAVORED old departments and the inaugura- fers a football setting, while cuts sand household
-ion of a new one. by Jerry Ellison, '31, and Mauricer
Capital punishment is favored by With the usual reviews of cur- Lichtenstein, '29, burlesque foot- protesting the
a majority of the members of the rent books and a survey of col- bail. "The Season for It" by Alex. Versity in erec
Michigan Bar Association it is re- , legiate sports by Ben Bolt, there K. Gage, '29, and "Mother's Boy" mitories were p
vealed by Prof. Herbert F. GOOd-' ae two pages devoted wholly to by Edwin Fisher Forbes, '29, carry to Governor Fr
.- y .,...vcuts and articles from the "liar- the satire still further. Other cmmnttee of1t

iseholders
on Governor

Whitmore Lake Fire TYPEWRITING
Burns Four Cottages KIIE$GRAPHING
A ;eiaiiy for

-- - - laugh-getting material is contrib-
Emery Is Selected uted by Gurney Williams, '31, with
his 'Proper Care of the Golf Tees"
As Medic Advisor and "How to Change Your Lecturer
An editorial cartoon, a featurer
Former Assstant. To Dean Made new to "Gargoyle" this year, drawnX
Fre-Medical Student by Lichty, depicts the hopelessnessI
Counsellor of the student body in its attemptt
to speak for itself.
At the request of Dean Hugh-~--- -
Cabot, of the Medical School, Har- Show Costume Plates
vey C. Emery, former assistant to Of 1928 Union Opera
the dean of students, has been ap-
pointed "counsellor of pre-medi- Original colored costume plates
cal students," it was announced for the 1928 Michigan Union
yesterday at the Office of President Mimes Opera, "Rainbow's End"'
Clarence Cook Little. have been placed on display in the
The office is a new one and has lobby of the Union by members of
been created, according to reports, the publicity committee of the
with the idea of aiding pre-medical opera staff. The plates are the
students in the selection of courses work of the Peter March firm of
and the solution of other special Detroit whicl has designed and
problems which confront them. 1 is now executing the costumes for
The announcement as issued said the show,
in part: "The work of this coun- The plates are in the actual color
sellor will be to meet with each in which the costumes are to me
pre-medical student, discuss indi- made. They illustrate the numer-
vidual problems, and try to assist ous cowboy costumes, as well as the
in their solution. He will be in special gown creations which will
close contact with the faculties be worn by the "ladies" of the com-
concerned, will be familiar with the pany. Moreover, there are plates
requirements of the various medi- of the costumes for those taking
cal schools and can, we believe, be the parts of the Indian tribe
of great assistance to students in
this group."'1..","r ~If I1 ~s"II."
It is believed by the Board of
Regents that the experience ofCI 0
Emery in the new office will throw I
tight on some of the problems to' R
be faced next fall in the new Uni-
versity College.
Mat. ~~Nite N6T
8:0o 113
Last Times Today
An All-Star Cast, Headed by at the
ALICE YOUCE and
JEAN HERSHOLT ARMORY
13in !l AM R
13Washington Sq.
A Guaranteed Program Park Plan

N. Brown,DMrs.
Frank B. DeVih
petition.
The governor
mittee personal
preciative of t
viewpoint in th
to Brown.
University au
concerning the
known that reg
uments necessa
of work on the
Observatory str
learned of the
petition.

Frompt action on Lne pare of the
OTEST ERECTION 1
)TERESECONBrighton and South Lyon fire de-
TVERSIST partments prevented a blaze which
detroyed four Whitmore Lake cot-
ed by several thou- Lagos yesterday from spreading
hers of Ann Arbor, throughout the entire lake colony,
.'i according to cottage owners.
action of thle Um- Mrs. K. Bennet, Detroit, owned
cting student , the four cottages which were de-
resented this week stroyod. No estimate has yet been
ed W. Green. A made of the damage done, but all
hree citizens, Edwin cottages were burned to the
AdaGs. grond
ine presented th ' Mrs. Bonnet, as well as William
: owven and Mrs. Martin Ialler, Ann
received the com-Arbor, and Mrs. Emma Jeter, To-1
receivaed ecom- 1 scaped from the smoke-filled
ly and appeared ap- bidns
,he property-owners'
e matter, according
oCHRISTIAN WILL GIVE RECITAL
thorities were silent IN HILL AUDITORIUM
matter, but it is
ents signed all doc- Palmer Christian will give another
ry for continuation of his Wednesday afternoon organ
500-woman unit on recitals at 4:15 o'clock this after-
reet after they had noon in Hill Auditorium. Several
existence of the selections from Stravinsky will fea-
ture the program.;

Prompt servic. Experienced op--
erators.. Modcrate rates.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
k Used
I Cloth.ing
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r Phone 41
215 E. Washington
A1 B E N'lvM"fI
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The Art of -the Films

The Movie Is the, Thing

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Never Such a Mid-Week Bill
STARTING TODAY
NeeTuhaMi-ekBl

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And Now Our President Is Elected
Most of us. after this strenuous campaign, need mental relaxation. Our program
today will be found an excellent stimulant, chuck full of pep.
When Dix and the f amous Transatlantic
Flier get together the fun commences!

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for football, against his own best
girl keeps egging him on-then
rip. It happens in "Win That GirL"

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WITH
SIWTM ELDER
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Love! Action! Fun! Dix
makes love to the beautiful
trans-Atlantic girl flyer, Ruth
Elder. Dix gets into more MAJ
fixes in a second than he can J
get out of in an hour. Laughs, KE
love, thrills! A new Richard Nov
Dix romantic-comedy which
surpasses "Warming Up."

Musical
Synopsis
ESTIC STRING
ENSEMBLE
EN OSBORNE
velty Organist

Policy:
2:00
3:35
35c
10e
7:00
8:40
50e
10e

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