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T HE

C'H I"G'A N'

DAILY

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Engaged By Egypt
T MTC Pass On Plans

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P11ROVES DORMITORY
LAN FORUNIVERStITY
)ARD OF GOVERNORS ADOPT
PROGRAM TO RAISE MONEY
IN NINE MONTHS

HUSSEY DISCUSSES NEW THEORY
ON EVOLUTION OF HUMAN LIMBS
The origin of human arms and forms very similar to human limbs,
legs may be found in the evolution as has been found through the
of the fin of the fish if a theory study of fossil remains.
advanced by many modern sci- "The earliest fish types, it is be-
aancsts by man, mcodn sc- lieved, had a continuous fold ' or
entists is true, according to Pro- flapper which ran along their
fessor R. C. Hussey of the geology underside," he stated. "Although
department. perfect examples of this - flapper
In an interview yesterday, Pro- . have never been discovered there.
fessor Hussey described the begin- are a number of fossil records which
nings of the fin and its growth into show a similar growth."

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BETTER HOUSINGI

Numerous Editorials Express Belief
That New Plan Will Relieve
Housing Conditions
As their share in the University's 1
ten year program, the Board of I
Governors of the University of
Michigan club of Detroit has just,
definitely approved the Dormitory,
program, under which they will
undertake the problems of securing
sufficient land for dormitories
capable of housing all the students
of the new University college.
Under the program adopted by
the club, a sum of $500,000 will bel
raised during the next nine years
for' the project.l
Perhaps the best expression of
the interest which the Detroit'
alumni club has shown in the Uni-
"rsity program I embodied in the
editorial in the Michigander, offi-
cial bulletin of the club published
before the action was taken, which
says:
"Probably at no time in the his-
tory of the University has a body
of Alumni been given an oppor-
tunity to do such a definite con
'structive job as the Detroit Alumni
face in undertaking the furnishing.
of sufficient land to the University
for the building of the dormitories
that are to be constructed in the
next ten years as part of the Ten
Year program.
"The newspapers, The ,Alumnus,
and other news agencies have fre-
quently given the details of- the
dormitories project, and it is inter-
esting to note that the first unit
will soon be under way on land
paid for by Detroit Alumni. The
location of the unit is' just east of
the Women's Athletic Field and
near the Observatory; the front
entrance is on Observatory street.
This unit is to be a women's dormi-
tory, with -others following for men
and still others for women.
"The first unit is to cost $800,000.
There is every reason to believe
that the Detroit lumni are going
to grasp this opportunity.

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Seats Now on Sale
for
S. N. Behrman's

Hugh L. Cooper;
New York hydraulic engineer
'who built the Muscle Shoals dam,,
has been engaged by the Egyptian
government as the American mem-
ber of the international commis-
sion of three experts who will pass
on plans to make the Aussan dam
in Egypt the greatest in the world
by raising its height 23 feet.
SINDU TO SPEAK
{ SUNDAY ON INDIA'
The second of a series of bi-
weekly international forums will be:
held at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow aft-!
ernoon in the south room of Lane
hall. This week's discussion will
be led by Balwant S. Sindu, '32E,
who will speak on "The Political
Future of India." The purpose of
these forums is to enable students,
especially Americans, to get in-
sight on the important problems
of other nations, and to hear the
opinions of others on internationalI
matters. The discussion will at all
times be informal. The meetings
are being held under the auspices
of the Student Christian associa-
tion.
DELEGATES WILL
A T TEND MEETING
Three local members of Phi Etaf
Sigma will travel to Urbana, Illi-
nois, Thursday, November 22, to'
attend the annual meeting of thel
society, which will be held Fri-I
day, Nov. 23.

Today Only
TRIAL
MARRIAGE
Front pages of the papers
preach it. Disappointed couples
advocate it. Come see the ex-
periment put to the test in as
entertaining a screen story as
you've seen in months.
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Brillian
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Whiti
ONE PER]

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4anners
SECOND
4AN"
ney Theatre
FORMANCE ONLY

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-ON THE STAGE-

8:3G p. m.
Monday, Nov. 19
Presented by
THE THEATRE GUILD
of New York
$1.50 to $3.00 No Tax

FLO MYERS
The Bon John Girls

STARTING TOMORROW
Double
Bill
Stage
Shaw_

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The Art
of the
films

COSMOPOLITAN
OPENING TODAY

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Luncheon-11:30 to 1:30 .. 60c
Dinner-5:30 to 7:30 . .... 85c
Sunday Dinner.........$1.25. .,
(12:30 to 2:30)=
308 THE TEA CUP INN=
308 Thompson St. Just Off Liberty St.
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Added
Comedy News
Sunday
JACQUELINE LOGAN,
MARY ASTOR
IN
"STOCKS AND BLONDES"
COMING
SOON .SOON SOON
Victor Hugo's Immortal
Masterpiece Featuring
LON CH ANEY
In his greatest and most spec-
tacular characterization of his
career-
"The Hunchback
of Notre Dame"

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When your
be reminde
again sips o

To The Last Kiss!
heart warms to this Gilbert romance you'll
d of "Flesh and the Devil,"-and Gilbert
>f life's honey-'

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WU THE
THE HOME OF DIS'TINCTIVE PICTURES

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Last Times Today

"FOUR SONS"

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with
THEODORE ROBERTS
ALMA RUBENS
RALPH FORBES

ALL NEXT

WEEK

VICTOR
SEASTROM
PRODUCTION

A love pirate,
out pity, with
Women ...
ing moment,
next conquest

Presenited by WILLI AM''

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, without conseience, with-
out remorse . .
playthings of a brief, fiam-
to be tossed aside for the

The most ruithless lover the screen has
ever seen . . . John Cilbert's greatest
romantic role. No wonder they fell be-
neath the spell of his ardent wooing...
and then the first pure love of his life
confronted him! Here, truly, you -wil
see a conflict. of passions - thrihing;
without parallel!

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