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THE MICHIGAN DAT1.Y

s' IDAY. OC'T'OBER 25. 1 AN.

THV MTCHTCIAM V'~ATT V * a, ~ * %.aK..J*V eat,, *.,&a~,

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P 11clTAPROOM TO GET Clarke Knows Psychology of Cowboys, Says I UNI(
MUNICIPLLAU Screen ReflectionsI RADIO OFAM I Dr. Scott in Interview on Plainsman-Poet A
plfl 11 ,Play by play reports of the Mich- 1"Badger Clarxe nas broken into Leather". Among the selections
1 .gan-Illinois game on Saturday will the pyshology of the plains and werec""Just ARidin', "From Town":'fobl Saerzfghesv.mdopahotalmipa ihe oedntgtth mrsin!b eevdb rdoa h no h oby" adD.Bnai - S2gofteLahr"ad"h oh
FO RNthat "T he Sinle Sadr"i tomorrow afternoon beginning at Scott, head of the department of! Old Cowman" Mr. larke is still( freshm(
R[A 9fO I D Johnny Mc Brown of Alabama g Sadr"i 3 oclock. The account of the con- speech of Pomona college alfr- living as a plainsman in Arizona commit
lUII~ILU;U UIUI~' fooball ame mde a ad miplaycrammed full with stirring physical test may be heard in either the e!mna, in an interview after his sre-adwitn oty!D.Sotsi.myo
last time he fought for the handcobtfr only one friendly spar- ;Tap or billiard rooms, according to'cital of "West ern Lyrics" in the although most of the selections he I p
Moe ob pn nPoocsiof Miss Garbo, opposing John Gil- ring match ocurs, the story being Leonard Wilson, '31, chairman of Ly ii Mendesohn theater yester- redrdwrcrttnbfr 95 ant
Mine toobeepentdo Projetsithehouseomittes;. ┬▒day. "He knows the language of IStudent
in Field of Municipal,, best. This time he has betterluck, nene anywihtercls Through the courtesy of Stoflet's the range, and his is the most Dr. Scott is prominent in two con
o fe a ubeintefrs oeafis-fa detru odn
Government. orftrabdfmlinhem lv afar ofa adeuosradio shop a special receiver will !colorful and tangy western poetry fields on the western cost, debatilg'
half, he carves back strong in the, young woman.I be used. During the broadcasting; evern written." and interpretation of dramatics. He, yterda
closing minutes of play to defeatt A novel song cartoon and an in- of the Michi gan-Purdue game the1 Dr. Scott read Clarke's poems s on sabbatical leave of absence L.loyd, '
ACCOUNTANTS TO MEETI Nils Asther in the "role of a cx- Tap room was filled to capacity. from the volume "Sun and Saddle! this year and is making a tour of zation.
_______ ~prize fighter painter for the hono teres''ing silent news reel round out ___~- _
of Alabama. Sweden, Metro-Gold- !the scen program, while the stage
Professors Reed, Worley Planed wyn - Mayer, and the Michigan! act is just fairly good.1rI
on Fund Administrating theater. NewIT' IT~r D1 Iims M IE a
ComNewee.Lileise The ingl Stadard
b.Committee.9Likewie."The Single Standrd" flotnn~in e IM

DPN POSITIONS
ARE STILL O PEN
amores and second semester
n desiring to tryout for
tee positions at the Union
tain the few remaining va-
laces by applying in the
toffices of the Union, ac-
to an announcement made
ay afternoon by K~enneth M.
'30} ipresident of the organi-
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3____resembles the present Michigan ! i. ~ 'anlongcoay s openings
eleven. An interesting beginning, in Detroit is the Moran and Mackj
Harold W. Smith, director of the; then a slump, followed by a good laugh riot, "Why Bring That Up?",
Michigan Municipal League, whichI finish (expected). On the whole it's! and Marion Davies new all-talker,
has its headquarters in the East; an entertaining silent film with an I"~aini. h omra h
Engineering building, has announc-' excellent musical acompaniment. Adams.ande' the latter at the i
ed the start of a campaign for $25,-1 ted Artists. Barthelmess' "Young
000, to be used for research work in1 Quaterback Brown does extreme-.ohre"oen{tth ihgn
the field of municipal government. Miyswell in alsouapears fish, and while "Gold Diggers" seems set for
Mayor Edward W. Staebler of Ann MissaGabo so apptiearNs oAdanr a sixth week t the Paramount.
Arbor is the first member of the; is fair in a Gene-Tunney-highbrow--' B. J.A.
research group. The fund is to be

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spent for research specialists in
several fields, and also to meet theJ
necessary expenses of the research l,
projects.
The first projeoct wvhich will be!
undertaken by the group will bel
an attempt to find a means~ of l
standardizing the methods of mu-
nicipal accounting. This will be the
m ost important object to be con-,
sidered when the Michigan ac- 1
counting officials meet in Lansing
on November 6 and 7. The accoun-'
tants will consider all aspects of
the problem of municipal account-
ing systems. The most important
part of the standardization of these
systems is to provide a means
whereby the municipal efficiency of
each city or town may be checked.
This efficiency can be figured when
all the municipalities adopt a uni-
form method of accounting. With!
the adoption of such a plan, the
costs of keeping the accounts of
the various cities will be minimiz-j
ed, and there will be a decrease inl
the cost of the forms used for ac-
counting purposes.
The fund that the Michigan Mu-,
nicipal League is now campaigningI
for will be administered by a bodyl
of seven representative business
and professional men of the state.
The two members of the faculty in-!
eluded in this group are Prof. Tho-
mias H. -Reed of the Political Sci-
ence department, and Prof. Johnj
S. Worley of the engineering de-
partment. Dr. L. D. Upson, direc-
tor of the Detroit Bureau of Gov-I
ernmental Research is also on the
committee.
Scabbard and Blade *
HoldsFirst 'Smoker +
At the first smoker of the yeart
of Scabbard and Blade, national-
honorary military fraternity fourl
honorary members were initiated.
Captain A. B. Curtis, Capt. C. A'
Powell, Fielding H. Yost, director of
Xintercollegiate athletics and Co.,
Qeor ge B. Walbridge.
Captain Curtis, a graduate of
West Point and Massachusetts In-
stitute .of Technology, was recentlyI
transferred to Michigan from
Franford Arsenal, Philadelphia, to 1
take charge of the ordinance de-j
partment.1

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