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November 22, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-22

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:..THE M I CLI G AN D A I L Y THUDAY, NOVEMBER

BAPTIST SCHOOL WILL'
1B OBJECTOFPROBE
(I v Associated Press)
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Nov. 21.-
HoFwLard college, one of the largest
Baptist schools of the south, was
in an uproar today as a special
committee appointed by the board
of trustees reviewed charges pre-
2erred by 21 students of improper
conduct on the campus.
Among the charges was an alle-
gation that a member of the fac-
uity had asserted that "if all Bibles
i the world were piled up and
buancd the world would be better
off within 100 years." The com-
"-ainants alleged that Dr. John C.
Dawson, president, had failed to
Ive a sympathetic hearing when
this and other complaints were
riade to him.
Three other charges being prob-
ed are that students, during a re-
cent fraternity rush, staged a mock
compulsory wedding on the cam-
pus, which was witnessed by a mix-
ed group of students; that gam-
bling and drinking had occurred
on the campus, and that fraterni-
ties had permitted dancing in their
houses, contrary to school regula-
tions.
The complsining students testi-
fled before the committee after
being assured of immunity.
The complaints were placed be-
fcre the Alabama convention of the
state Baptist association recently
at Dothan, Ala., by students. The
board of trustees was then direct-
ed to appoint a special committee
of investigation which resulted in
the present probe. Final hearing
by the committee has been set for
Thursday.
-
Detroit Th eaters

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA: garb of a panther, cavorted up and Personal
At the football game between Ne- down the side lines. CHRISTMAS CARDS
braska and Pittsburgh, 800 stu-
dents in the cheering section for- KANSAS: Medicine, business, Engraved-Printed
med in red letters the words and law are the chief objectives Order Now Save Money
HOWDY PITT, NU, and ARMY of men students, teaching the aim 0. D. MORRILL
NEXT. A Pitt supporter, in the of one-half of the women students. 17 Nickels Arcade

Explosion of an arsenal at a motion picture studio in Burbank,
eal., killing one man and causing $200,000 damage, reduced this movie
set and several others to kindling wood. Photo shows a wrecked French
village set which was to have protrayed a war-torn village in Flanders.
Shakeep Of Detroit CHICAGO HAS ONLY ONE
VAUDEVILLE THEATER
Dry Squad Arranged V
(Special To The Daily)
(By Associated Press) IICHICAGO, Nov. 21.-America's
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. - A second city has only one theater
Shiake-up among prohibition and within its limits devoted exclu-
border patrol officers in charge of sively to vaudeville.
the Detroit area was being arrang- Once a bright spot for the tour_
ed today at a conference at pro- t
>ibition headquarters. ing variety actor Chicago has
Prohibition Commissioner Doran, transferred its theatrical inclina-
Thomhas R. Stone, prohibition ad- ioas to the "legitimate" houses and,
rninistrator at Detroit, John R. the picture palaces.
Watkins, United States attorney at
Detroit, and customs officials and
special prohibition agents were The Acme of
outlining changes to be made in an
ffort to make prohibition enforce-
ment more effective at Detroit.00 FOOD
The action, Commissioner Doranf
Said, resulted from generally "un- and
,atisfactory" conditions exposed by
mnder-cover investigations. " t!7 P TIrE

CASS

THEATRE

Prices:-Wed. Mat. 75c to $1.50
Nights $1-$2.50; Sat. Mat $1-$2
MADGE KENNEDY
" PARIS BOUND"

ANIN AKUKOR SHUBERT
RESTAURANT LAFAYETTE
j "TIME GRAND? STREET
FOLLIES"
215 S. Main with
Near Liberty ig Albert Carroll
SNights,50c-$2.50; Thur. Mat.
50c-$1.50; Sat. Mat., 50c-$2.00
"Music has a charm NOW-
To soothe the savage breast. N
JAZZ does no harm,
But gives a man no rest."
-The Book of Broadway
v, L.
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TODAY & FRIDAY

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Jean Hersholt in
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE with
MARION NIXON and GEORGE LEWIS
Youth-love-jazz . . . the mad whirl of vaudeville
and night clubs . . . old age-shattered dreams-
the unproduced symphony . . . dramatic contrasts
vivid atmosphere . . . with a glorious love story
-rising to an unexpected climax. Great players in
Great Entertainment!

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ON THE STAGE

EARL LINDSEY'S
REVUE OF 1928
A Stupendous Revue in Seven Scenes
with
CAST of 15
including
BIZET & HENDRIE HILJA

Revealing the soul-secret of a beautiful wife-How she was caught in the
cabin of her former sweetheart while the ship sailed out to war--How the
booming guns awakened her soul to love-and the strange events leading
to the mysterious killing for which her husband was blamed.
Appointments
SMITTY AND HIS PALS in

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