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November 18, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-18

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THE MICHIGAN _DAILY

SUNDA'

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T H M I H I A T A T . --? ~ h

fl1 work for three years, including the
AN ATlirnCFT present, to an extent of $35,400a
A~ vvi GFT year. 30. from an anonymous
[HSIT on or, an oscillograph valued at
$,1760, for the department of elec-
MEN S O UNYEAIIY trical engineering. 31. From the
________________ zzcanMedical ascain
13. From Mrs. Mary E. Read, $2,000 td grant of $2;000 for continuing the
~dditicnal for the Jay J. Read Mte- td of the broad tapeworm in
~noral fnd 1. Frm S man, by Profs. A. S. Warthin and
noilLoan fud 4Gro r . R. LaRue. 32. From Mr. W. C.
Orla B., Taylor, '87, a large framed ;Hlad ueitneto
photograph of Judge E. F. Conecly, iolndsueinedeto print- 1
nrofssarof aw (8911893. ng and binding, a number of oldI
~rfeso o lw 181-89). Bibles (dated 1535 to 1507), and
15. From Mr. Ormond E. Hunt, a collection of proceeding ofV ar*-
~our shares .of preferred and tourI ous Masonic orders, for the Library.
shares of common stock in the( 33. From the Digestive Ferments
?Dormitoriesl Corporation. 16. From
Willys-Overland, Incorporated, a' ompany of Detroit, a contribution
sectioned chassis. 17. From the i f $1,500 per year for three years
MetrpoltanLif Inurwcc om-to finance an investigation in the
oany, $1,000 for an investigation of: iymdaHsia a eaten fteoaois ne nvr
HehilE" ilsa ppidt the direction *of Dr. R. L. Kahn. 34.
~hilden;" rom Mr. H. 0. Hoskier of South
18. From the late Professor Orange, N. J., a collection of anci-
Frederick C. Newcombe, by bequest,' ent Roman and Egyptian Coins
"esiduary interest in his estate to Iadohrmsu ics o h
Pound the "F. C. and Susan East- Classical Museum.
man Newcombe Fellowship in Plant 35Ii M.OtoHn o n
Physiology." 19. From C. D. Searle '35FrmM.OtHasoAni
and company of Chicago, $500 fo r Arbor, five pairs of specially do-
3xpenses of a research by Prof. P. signedl wrought iron gates for the
F.~~~~~~~~ 1lce 2.Fo teL . tr useum. 36. From Dr. W. W. New-
reth company of Atol, Mass., and combe of Ann Arbor, $1,000 for the
H. R. Krueger and company of Deg purchase of books on Lepidoptera,
troit, materials for use of the En- for the Museum library.
1ineering shops, vale d at $750. 37. From Dr. Howard A. Kelly
~pitp Pi~ ~of B3altimore, Md., two rare orni-

thological works for the' Museum
library. 38. From the widow of the
late Bradshaw H. ,$wales, honorary
curator of birds in the Museum of
Zoology, Mr. Swales' ,entire orni-
thological library, as a memorial
to him.
39. Dr:). H. N. Torrey of Detroit,

a bronze bust of Pasteur by Paul
Dubois, for the Hygienic laboratory.
40. From Divine Brothers of Utica,I
N. Y. the Western Electric company,
Hawthorne Station, Chicago, the
I1all Manufacuring company of To-
ledo, Ohio, and the Hensley Ma-

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Conn., machinery and materials for
t.he Engineering shops, of a 'total
value of about $725.
41. From an anonymou~s donor,
$100 as a prize for the test re-
cearch in physics by a "graduate
student during 1928-1929. 42. From
the Upjohn company of Kalama-

zoo, $500 to continue the company's
fellowship in 'Pharmacology for the
second semester. 43. From Mr.:~Wil-
liam G. Fargo of Jackson, sup~port
of a collecting expedtionQx in the
,outhwestern ,deserts, for the :mu-
seum. 44. From Dr. Bryant Walker
Continued On Page Three)

CASSl
THEAR
Lafayette at Wayne ;Cadillac 1100 ...
=PRICES: 2ND1 AND LAST WJEEK
_ Wed. Mat. .75 to $1.50 Starting Sunday -;
,Nighs - $1.40to $2.50--
SSat. Mat. $1.0 to $2.00 NOVEMBER 18i
ARTHUR HOPKINS presents-
MADGEKENNEDY
- ~in the Ultra Mod1ern Comuedy by Philip Barryow
- RIA W=.d
} Direct from a Year's Run at the Music Box Theatre, New York
~The Truth., Th~e Whole Truth and Nothing But The Truth
"Miss Kennedy is always adorable."-Detroit News,
! "- You wi lb sorry if you :miss "'Paris Bound' should meet
Sthis wise and Witty comedy.~' your fondest expectations."
--Detroit dimes --Detroit Free Press

Laf ayetLte
at Shelby

SHUJJERT
LAFAYETTE'
DETROIT

8705

LIvMITED ENGAGEMENT
beginning This Sunday-Novoe3

THE A.CTORS-MANAGEVS, INCORPORATED
present
New York's Famoius r~useicalRevue
"THEGRAND .STREET
AL BERT CARROLL FOLLIES"
, I larious sits, clever songs nd damces, side-spling burlesques
of Plays and Players.
Fpr six seasons an angy~al event Fon J.oadway

Nights, .&O0c-V-40;,Tur.Mat., O-..;

Sat. Mat., 0c-$2,01

Snt ,. ., ~e$A

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The Art
of the
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VICTOR
SEASTROM
PRODUCTION

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He dared .all where women were aozn-
cerned. And so one fiery love affair fl-
lowed ,another-until he was confronted
with, the first pure rorwaniceof his life-
A dash~ing, roma~ntic picture-lave scenes
more thrilling than any in years-Gilbert
more brilliant than in "Love" and "Flesh
and the Devil"

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