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October 06, 1928 - Image 2

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SHE MICHIGAN

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Filchers Pardoned;

Paving Brick Case is Closed;

Local Street Commissioner Makes
Promise to Remember Future
Unofficial Disposals
Those Ann Arobr citizens who
have been shivering in their beds
ever since their Labor Day activ-.
ities in the shape of paving-block
filching were discovered, will be
,able in the future to rest comfort-
ably. To their complete satis-
faction is also added the joy of
kniowing that in time to come
temptation to such light-fingered
acts will b^ elimninated whether the
d~ay is Labor Day or niot.
The much talkied of paving
block~s disappeared over Labor Day
from Detroit St. to the number of
10,000 and were not discovered to
be missing for almost three weeks.
At that date the Ann Arbor sleuths,
comprised of the city engineer, a
detective, and a Daily News re-
porter, to say nothing of others,
got onto a hot scent that the miss-!
ing roadway t;oits were hiding in

the Darlington subdivision where
for the time being, 5,000 of the
missing 10,000 were resting peace-
fully in a yard. The remaining
5,000 were undiscovered until one of
the sleuths noticed that there was
an unusually large and recent
number of front door walks and
sidewalks in that community. Thus
were the rest discovered.
The whole affair was put into
the hands of~ the city attorney and
the mnalef actors commenced their
shivering. Now that an "under-

CHUCHLLWINS
LOCALAUDITION
Stewart Churchill, '28, local .ten-
or and pupil of Nora Crane Hunt
of the Schrooi or ~uc was the
winner of highest nonors for men
in the local audition of the At-
water-Kent second annual ama-
teur singing contest held Thurs-
day night. Churchill is from St.
Francis, Kansas.
Women's honors went to Miss
Annah Patch, contralto, of Adrian,
Michigan, who is a student underI
fCarl Lindegren of the Ypsilanti
conservatory of music.

COSMOPOLITAN
OPENING
TODAY!.

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standing" has been reached, Street'
Commission Paul has promised in NORTHWESTERN-Students arej
the future not to make any more Ito have an opportunity to act as
unofficial disposal of city property, extras in several mob scenes in a
and should he d~o so, not to forget * new photoplay being filmed here
having given any person permission by representatives of a California
to miak~e, removals. As for the company.
flchers, in time to come as they
walk along their stolen paving Do you like Westerns?
brick paths undoubitedly they will Ye'? Then cme t the
rememb~er the episode and ,pledge RaeonSaturdays
themselves to f ollow straight, nar-
row path that hasn't been stolen. RAE THEATRE

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The Movie Is
the Thine.
Keep Your Eye
on. the Majestic

p . COULD GREATEN.R;
PRAISEBEIVN
Dr. C. C. Little says:,,- r
"A GREAT PCURE FO THlE AD)-
VANEIAi TOF NOWLEDGLrE AND
THE OY TIO 11T$OF REAL. ~
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into the lives of ayn ns
the anyonets.oof the
beauts o, therA un~usual and fre-
~''~ upg~, thir cucntlv terrifying
haunts, their hab- etetaimet.
;it a vast blood-,
t ~chtilling Panorama
of i e in the jun- SO N (
4ge.Aire seen ire the midst of many
death defyif adventures while
shooting wad mtonpct-
camera the thillin scenes-
- f~ this most enthralling
NO '' A STAG3ED MOVIE - AS NATURAL AS O AEI

See Life at
Moments. ..01
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into the heavens!

The Sweetest Love Story

The Gre'atest A 1i S3pectacle
.of the Age!

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comedy, too
/,. In Her First Great
Super Special
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McCORMICK
PRESENTS

POLICY
TODAY
2:00-3:35
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7:00-8:40

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P es eOing to great length of this
=attraction, short subjects will
be lim ited to permit Cosmo-
pol itan presentation.

with GARY COOPER
AND ALL-STAR CAST
MUSICAL SYNOPS IS
MAJESTIC STRING ENSEMBLE

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POLICY
SUN DAY
1:25-3:00
4:40
7.00-8.'40

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