FRIDAY, NOVEMBER J, 11
THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'RIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1
ITE RETURNS SHOW
Q R" TOTAL. IS STILL
ICREAk GIN gTATE
)OVER, GREEN. AND OTHER
ARE FAR IN LEAD
lieve Amendments To State
Constitution Adopted By
Industrious Sculptor Is Reproducing Life1
Amidst Extinct Forms Of Forgotten Past
toxins, antitoxins, and apparatus
for injecting serums are arranged
around a picture of the Mulford
ccompany plant. The two other dis-
Mat RAE i
Paleontology, biology, zoology, for him. Three exhibits from the Hl. K. plays have been placed in the
these are the fields that occupy The Scabbard and Blade memori- Mulford company of Philadelphia, pharmacy laboratory.I
the spacious. laboratories of the new al in front of the flag-pole is a and G. D Searle and company of
Museum on Washtenaw avenue. niece of Angell's handiwork. He is Chicago, have been received by the GREEN BAY, Wis.-The next
But up on the fourth floor of the I also the creator of the John Baker College of Pharmacy. The exhibit district attorney of Brown county
building in the midst of scientific Davis memorial, the bronze panel has been hung in the corridor on will be a professional football
research can be found a creative of Davis and his horse, in the En- the third floor of the Chemistry player, Vernon Lewellyn, Green
artist, established in a large, well gineering arch. Angell is also re- building. Samples of vaccines, Bay halfback.
lighted studio. He is Carleton An- sponsible for the Michigamua me- -----
gell, sculptor. 'morial at the Union.j
Angell's work as University artist A plan of Dr Alexander G.
is entirely creative. Life-size busts, Ruthven, director of the iVuseum, FLOODLIGHTS The Acme of
bas-reliefs, reptiles of plastr, to beautify the rear of the building
bronze book-ends, and other figures; has been enthusiastically taken up FOR PARTIES
that fill his studio offer a startling by Angell. Although it is still in
contrast to the rooms of fish, mine- the dream stage, Angell c Confi- Just the thing for bright-
rals, and skeletons in other parts dent that it will some day be an ening up the decorations and
of the Museum. I actuality. In essence, it is the and making the scenery
Although the artist is compara- building of a court centered by a more attractive. SERVICE
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DETROIT, Nov. 8.-The ava-
lanche of votes under which the
Democratic ticket was buried in
Tuesday's general election in
Michigan had increased to more
than a half million majority today!
as belated returns were received.
From president on down to
county officers, the Republican ad-
vantages were proportionately
large, with the exception of one
lone contest for a state legislature
berth in which Cass Jankowski
Democrat, was successful in a
Wayne county district. Martin
Bradley of Menominee, Democrat,
was elected to the goneral assembly
With slightly more than 200 pre- j
cincts yet to be heard from, indi-
cations were that the majority
rolled up by the Republican presi-
deniial nominee would exceed the
mark of 588,843 established by
President Calvin Coolidge when he
defeated John W. Davis.
Has Largest Majority
Gov. Fred W. Green, on. the face;
of returns received, apparently had
been re-elected by the largest'
gubernatorial majority on record.
11-is more than 500,000-vote edge
exceeding by nearly 50,000 the
number of votes by which former
Gov. Groesbeck defeated Edward
Frensdorf in 1924, the previous
Senator Arthur Vandenberg'sj
lead over John W. Bailey. of Battle
Creek was only slightly less than
that of the gubernatorial selection.!
John S. Haggerty, secretary ofI
state Frank D. McKay, state treas-
urer, Wilbur M. Bruckner, attorney
general, 0. B. Fuller, auditor gen-
eral, and Justices Louis H. Fead
Walter H. North and William Pot-
ter maintained their overwhelming
majorities as the late reports drift-
Three proposed amendments to
the state constitution, excess con-
demnation for city streets, a pro-;
posal to increase pay for members
of the general assembly and a leg-
islative boundary line clause, ap-
parently had been adopted on the
face of returns received.
The latest compilation follows:
Returns from 2,929 precincts out
of 3,184, for president give: Hoover,
925,449; Smith, 376,087.
2,757 precincts for United States
senator, full term, give; Vanden-
berg, 851,409; Bailey, 342,917.
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2.45 P. M.-SPECIAL CHILDRENS CONCERT
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Edith Rhetts, Lecturer
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