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September 30, 1928 - Image 2

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TH E MICHIGAN DAILY tSUr

RA ASTUTRWILHul0 PROGRAM FOR ALL MEN STUDENTS

Except for the swimming pool the mainder of the time will be avail-j
new building will be used exclu- able, free of charge, to all men stu-
sively for intramural athletics. The dents For swimming meets, a gal-
pool will be used by the all-fresh-
men and 'Varsity' teams in the lery seating x,000 people has been
late afternoon, but for the re- provided.

Lockers and Showers Will Be Avail-
able This Week, Other Facilities
to Open Later
LATEST ECUIPMENT USED
All men students on the campus
will have opportunity to use the
athletic etuipment in the new In-
tramural building,-the first struc-
ture of its type in the country-
when the apparatus is fully in-
stalled, it was announced yesterday
by Elmer D. Mitchell, director of
the Intramural department.
Installation of the athletic ap-
paratus, office equipment and the

like, throughout the building will
take about a week, according to the
intramural director. For this rea-
son, the gymnasium and the other
rooms will not be available for
about ten days. The lockers and
showers will be ready for use by
the middle of this week, from the
reports of the contractors.
Sophomore physical education
work, which will probably be re-
quired next year, will be conducted
in this building. The second year
men will be able to select the sport
in which they wish to specialize,
but will ,have to keep regular at-
tendance.

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FORESTERS PLAN
ALUMNI REUNION
Plans are being completed for the
first Reunion of the Forestry
School Alumni to be held October
26 and 27 in Ann Arbor, according
to E. V. Jotter, chairman of the
committee. The reunion will bring
together alumni scattered all over
the United States in federal and
state forest reserves, its purpose
being to more closely connect the
alumni with tke activites of the
Foi'estry school.
Friday, October 26 will consist of
meetings at the Union, a lunch,
and afternoon to be spent at the
Saginaw forest, out Liberty street.
On Saturday they will attend the
Michigan-Wisconsin game.
N EWEDUCATION'
STAFF INSPECTOR
Dr. George E. Carrothers, who
recently resigned his post as dean
of Rollins College at Winter Park,
Florida, has been appointed high
schoolinspector forpthepUniversity
of Michigan and associate profes-
sor of secondary education, it was,
announced yesterday.
Dr. Carrothers succeeds Mr. A. W.
Clevenger who resigned in June to
accept an appointment as director
of the division of inspection at thel
University of Illinois.
"Bill" Carmen, direct from the
Stratford factories, will make a
special showing of these clothes at
M rquardt's. Watch for further
announcements.
"Bill" Carmen, a style authority
on University clothes, will make a
special showing of the famous U-
Approved model-in our store soon.
A. F. MARQUARDT. I

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WEEK-END SPORT

HOWI

GJOT MY MAN!

Save It With a Kodak

A day in the fields, away from" scholastic cares. Take a
Kodak along and you'll be sure of more fun both now

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Kodaks are easy to carry, easy to operate,
easy tk buy. We're ready, with a complete
stock, to help with your selection. Come in
--see our line.

Merry Marion Davies
is with us again-and
oh, boy, you're going
to be glad. In "THE
FAIR CO-ED" and in
"THE PATSY" she
started a wave of
laughter that rocked
this nation from
Coast to Coast. Critics
all agree Marion
Davies is the screen's
leading comedienne,
and when you see her
now you re going to
say-AND HOW!

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FRANCISCO-BOYCE PHOTO CO.,

Ann Arbor, Mich.

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ENGAGEMENT LIMITED
PLEASE NOTE - Owing to great length of this unusual
production, Short Subjects will be limited to permit cosmopolitan
presentation.

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Acclaimed the Most Realistic Picturiation in Ten Years

Which
Type Du Men
Marry?
THE JAZZ MAD GIRL-
,as played by
Joan Crawford
THE WOMAN OF
EXPERIENCE--
as played by
Dorothy Sebastian-
or
THE GIRL COD4 Ei
IN PURITY-
as played by Anita
Page.

THIS IS
A RIOT!

Only a few times in the
history of the screen has
a Broadway stage hit be-
come an even greater
photoplay sensation. This
is one of those times, and
our advice is come one,
come all!

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and His
MICHIGAN
ORCHESTRA
"BOB,,%
HOWLAND
at the
GRANDE
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TWO EXCEPTIONAL
with

THE STAGE-
STAGE FEATURES!

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MEYAKOS

THE FOUR
CHANDLER

with
JOHN MACK BROWN
DOROTHY
SEBASTIAN
NILS ASTHER
ANITA PAGE
AND ALL-STAR CAST
directed by
HARRY BEAUMONT
COSMOPOLITAN
PRODUCTION

"From Cherrvland to Broadway"
Former-t ath Ed Wynn's Musical
Shows

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