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.H E .-IM ICHILGANW DAIL Y

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Sub;-Cabinet Position ..ILI II tLI+at first of Series (
TO NTE IL CTIN a ONM T 0 P91IT[A '( Continued from Page 1, Col. 3)
UIV of the department of phonetics is
Dr. Valentiner Tells Audience! tGaue Fct nd acyi
OFRIO E S I1 [Rof Fra Angelico's Creation Religion" will be explained by Prof.
of Fanous resces. I. A.Courtis of the education duct o d-
Effinger Receives Applications partment. "Problems in Sex and
f br Two -Year Schotr hip W RK!WREREIGOU eligion" will be taken up by Prom
atRKOxWErdRELIGIOUS_ Warren E. Forsythe, director of the
Dr. illim Rhealth service as well as profeszso:
.:: .. Valen.ner art of hygiene. The last of the forums
~~QMMLTTE~~~ WI~~l ELECT~ director of the Detroit Institute of wl aePo.D~t .Pre.o
i .r Art, and a recognized authority on the philosophy dlepa tmtent dz isus-

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%vnduct Discussion -
d l-a i ou s 1111 south Un7rier t. 'y One Half Block East of Eanis
sion on the subject "The Crisis in ;
Modesl-n Education."
With tnese pr ominent members ;
of the faculty leading in the dis-
cussicmsof such interesting sub- ..:..
jects, it is expected that these fo-
rtims will attract many interested
in such problems.IH L OW E N V LT E
Although plans call for the hold-H LL W E NO LT S
ing of these meeting in Room D. of, and
Memorial hall, it is expected that
many will be shifted to the West PARTY DECORATIONS
Gallery because of the limited seat-
ing- capacity in Room D._______________________ ___________

Without 'Test~s on Basis ref I
Records Durinig College.
Six students in the University 1
have turned in applications as can-
didates for Rhodes scholarships, it l
is announced, by Dean John R. Ef-
flinger, of the literary college,
chairman o fthe state committee of
s'eletion for the scholarships.
The election, to determine which!
of the six candidates viill receivel
a scholarship at Oxford university
teniable for at least two years with
an annual stipend of about $2,000,
is scheduled to be held Dec. 7. The
winning candidate will canter Ox-
forth in GDt., 130.
No, Rhodes scholar was selected
fromn Michigan last year, because
through the .system by which the
*scholarships are distribuited amnong
the various states, the state corn-
mittee elects a Rhodes scholar
only twice in every three years.
Rhodes scholars are appointed
without examination oan the basis
of their record in school and col-
lege, Dean Bursley said, and no re-
stiriction' is placed upon a :Rhode.
;scholar's choice of studies.
The' qualities which will be con-i
sidered by the committee in mak-
ing the seection are, Dean Dalnger
said.;(0.) literary and scqholastic
ability and attainments; (2) qual-

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Waiter Hope
lgew York attorney, who was re-
cntly appointed assistant secre-l
tary to the treasury. Hie was named l
to succeed Henry Ilerrick Boled.
arrisoni Ncns Committees
1 for Functions of juntior
i Literary Class.
( Continued From Page i, Col.' 5)
Inivitations committee, Madelor
Andirus, chairrnan, Mary Morley
Frl ances Jernnings, John Rosner, De-
laven Mluzly, Jane Howard. Heler
Jones, Elizabeth Ford, Thomas La-
Cicero, Isabel Wilson, and Norman
.Shikes.

an address on "Fra Angelico", 15thI
century Florentine painter, at 4:111
yesterday in the west gallery of f
Alumni Memorial hail.
Fra- Angelico, Dr. Valentiner
told his audience, was a devout
monk in the monastery of St. Do-
minico. It was here that most of
Fra Angelico's famous frescoes
were painted.
The frescoes, which depict the~
life of Christ and the Madonna .
are remarkable for their complete;
withdrawal from the temporal and I
their cloistered air of devout wbr-
ship.
Dr. Valentiner, in speaking ofj
lFra Angelicb's famous lunette, of
"Christ Greeting the St. Domini-
cans, said: "Fra Angelico's paint-,
ings seem to tell of things that
have actually happened to him.
In the religious Work of Fra An-
,gelico he, seemed to step from the
bare Walls of the monastery to a
new and glorious life." Dr. Val-
entiner continued that the painterj
put figures in the clothes and set-1
tings 'familiar to himself in and
about the cloisters of St. DoMinico.
Dr. Valdhtiner's chief work hasj
been museum direction., When he
came to this country about 1.910,
he was aDnointe~d curator of the,

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ities or ILI4LIIUJ, Lu ILml, curgc Banquet committee, Elizabeth
devotion to duty, sympathy, kindli- Wood, chairman, Betty Mead, Wal-
ness, unselfishness, and fellowship,e;ids otomr hc
(3) exhibition of moral force of I James Kramer, Ralph Lawson
character and of instincts to lead GereMrieJc ibrRb
and to take an interest in his i ert Patton, Frank King, Maureer{
school mates; (4) physical vigor as Jacobs, and Alfred Crippa.
shown by interest in outdoor sports ClsbokcmiteMaySu
or n ohe was.art, chairmani, George Williamr
Members of the Michigan com- Pond, William Gentry. Whitflelc
mintee of selection, besides Dan.,Hillyer, Margaret Stevenson, Rober
~Efnger, include James K. Wat- Gordlon, Bruce Palmer, Robert Feld~
kurwelof lei ycnd , nd the ftevman, William Browne., Joseph Rus-
8urellof leelad, ndtheRev ;sell, and Florence Frandsen.
Weldon Crossland of Pontiac. One Auditing committee, Kennett-
absence in the comnmitte.0 is caused Wills, chairman, Gurney William",
this year by the' absexice .of Otis William Crouch, William Reed Orr
Lee, former Rhodes scholar, and an Hamilton Smith, Alfred Steinke
instructor in the philosophy de- Morton Pearson, Lucille Cossar
partment for the last two years. I 1Helen Domine, Mary Gay Von Boes-
Eligibility requirements for the ,,lager, Doris Densmore, Leila Reii-
scholarships include provisions I ihan and Frederick S. Eastwood.
that the' candidate must have corn-___________

department of decorative art of j,
-the Metropolitan Mi*seum in New,1
York. He served as foreign ad-!i
viser to the Detroit Institute of'
Arts, and. later was invited to be-
come art director of that institu-
tion. In this capacity, he was!
chiefly responsible for the reor- j
ganization of the Institute along
the lines of other large museums.
Dean Griffin Attends
Marketing Convention 1
Clare E. Griff1ib, dean of the!
school of business administration,I
went to Detroit yesterday to attend
the fall convention of the Americani
Marketing association. This con-
vention will last throughout the
week, and all second year business
administration students and a
large number of thd faculty wil!I
attend some of the meetings. j

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BANKS
Ann Arbor Savings....
arm'ers and Mechanics ..
BARBER SHOP
Dewey smith)...............
BEAUTY SIHOPS
College Beauty Shop
DiMattia Beauty Salon ....
Michigan Beauty Shop..
Miladies Beauty Shop .
Raggedy Ann Beatity Shop,
lRomotna Ieauty Shop .....

*.707 North o' iversity
Nickels Arcade
I I110 'cimth IJriversity
* 00 Som-h SMate
o 4 South State
Michiigana ' heater Bldg.
209 Scmuth State
II110 South University
625 FP. Liberty

LAUNDRIES
Mof? Lundry
'T'rojan ILaundry.....
Varsity Laundry.....

Press Bldg., Maynard =fi.
.204 North Main
615 E. Liberty
304) South Fiftll

BEN'S CLOTHING AND FURN SINNS

Ntoddard flair Shop ........./ 707[Ncwth LUnsvers fy
BOOKS,, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES
Mayer and Schairer.......... 112 South Main
0. D. Morrill...............314 So:nth State
Print and Book Shop ........ 521 E-. jeff'ersoti
S5. and S. Supply........ ....0I> Maynard
Sl ters Inc. ..................320 -& 314 S. State,54,9 F..IV
! I~xcexit supply .............. 1.11t Soatctl u 13i~Ersity
George Wahr's............... 16 solth State

B~rowning, King Co.........
(:onliti and W(,therbee..
Corn Corbett...............
Diel Prete..... .......
F,actory i-at Store.........
Fiegel's...................
(ireen wood & Kilgore ...
Marquirdt," ailor .........
/ Masten and& Cl se ...... .
Ra. B. Clothing........
Saff'ell an~d Bush ,......... .
'Pilo' Ipson's............. ..
Tinker & Co.............
Vary Boven Inc...,....... .
Wadhatrs & Coi............
wagherCo. .. .. . . . . . .
Wild & Co. .............. .
MARKET

319 South Main
118 F. Was;hinjgton
116 F. Liberty
..21 . .L ibert y
.617 Packard
3.22 South Mait
..314 South State
...,.08 Fi. Liberty
-1 .211 Soutch Main-
1 19 Sgiuth Main........... .
214 Soiuth Main. ..........
..604 lF. Liberty
1107 South University
..342lotSae
326 Sothi State J
ICO Vi. Washingt'on
30 1 Ssouth State
: tl South State

pleted at least his sopnomore year.
At college, must be between the
ages of 19 and 25, and must be ani
unmtarried male citizen of tht'
United States.
Other states in which Rhodes
scholarships elections are to bei
held. this year are: Alabama, Ari
ona, Arkansast California, Colora-
do, Delaware, Florda, Geqrgia, 16-
ho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Min-
nesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Mbn-"
tana, Nebraska, Nevaa, Iew
Mexico, North Carolina, North Da-
kota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South
Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, ,
Utah, Washington, West Virginia,
Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
BRUSSELS, Oct. 29. - Hugh
GAibson, American ambassador to
Belgium, returned to Brussels to-
day from Italy, where he spent a
month on the advice of his physi-
clans, who ordered him to rest* an
overstrained heart. e said he was
now in good condition to resume
work on the international pro'-,
lems which, have accumulatecf at
toe em~bassy.
hE

x_.etfl1' M ICKIJIAN
W1 LLIA IFOX resents
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SIFFIN FETCHIT FI~ANI( ALTS@N
rather aganst Orot her
But different-a brilliant, nev?, startlingly original, re-
markable ao =ealing", romance comedy drama of modern
youth!
HEAR AND SEE THE ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL
CLASSIC!
EDITH GRIFFITH & CO. OTHER FRATURES
The Living Screen Presents
The Screen's.Ms
Lovable Lovers!

CANDY AND SODAS
Betsy Ross .. . . . . . ..
Sweetland .. . . . . .
Preketes Sugar LOwl.. .
CLEANERS

- Nck~sArcade
t .22sout'th Main
- 09. Souffh Main

An~ti Arbor Dairy........
Ain Arbor Springl Water.
LDawn Donuts...........

1183 W. Liberty
4ith end Cjtherijie
.16 E. Washington

American Dry Cleaters ....... 215 E. Washington
American Rug Cleaning. ...... 1032 Greene
Goldman Cleaners............ 214 South State
Greene Cleaners...... ....... 516 E. Liberty
Michigan Cleaners.......... 523 E. Liber*=,
Oswald Katz, Cleaner........814 South State
University Cleaners .... ....... Ypsi-Atin Building
COAL
Cornwell Coal............... Huron and Fmirt~h
DANCING
Armory.....................223 E. Ann
Grangers.................... E. kwzon near State
Micigran Union.............. South State
Michigan League............. North University
DEPARTMENT STORES
Goodyear Co....... 124 South rain
Mack & Co................ Main at Li ~rty
Montgomery Ward & Co..... South Fourth near .ib~erty
DRUGS
Calkins-Fletch-er.............. 324 & 818 S. State. 1101 S. U.
Crippens Store No. 3....... North University at '[bayer
Eberbach &. Sons............200 East Liberty
Edsiill Drug Co. .............. 2083 South Main
Swift Drug.................. 340 Soth t State
ELECTRICAL AND RADIO

Forest Ave Market ......... ,.5 30 fret
Liberty Market..........,.416 W. lHuronl
MUSI[C
University Music I-ouse .,... Maynard at William
Choral Union Concerts ......H-ill Auditoriuam
REAL ESTATE
.A. S. Lynmden............... 302 Y;6si Anin Bldg.
Brooks-Newton...............Iberty at Futirih
RECREATION
M dlison's Stables.......... 326 E. Ann
Hluston Bros. Billiards......... 307 South State
Saunders Canoe livery ....... Foot of Cedar
RESTAURANTFS ANT) TEA' ROOMS
Boat Club .......... Whitmore Lake ..... 4
Clarks Tea Room....... 1110% South University
Freeman's Dining !room ... 809 E. Washington
Forest Inn ......... ..538 Forest
George's Restauirant .........611 E. William
Tap Room............... Michigan Union
Lane Hall Tavern........... State at Wa~hington
Palace...................... 601 &. Liberty
Parrot .....................338 South State
Pierce's Restaurazt ........118 E. Liberty
R. and S. Ltunch ............. 605 Church
Miller's Potat-O-Chips.......... t h State
SCHOOLS
Hamilton Business College.. , .State at William
Mack 'Tutoring Agency ........I 10 So, ih State

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WILLIAM' POWEL
leads you on' the
ba ffling trail of a
mystery killer! More
thrilling than "The
Canary Murder
Cast-!" All-Talking!
"TH1E GREENE
MURDER CASE"
/1Paramnit Picture

Arborphone Sales ......
Ernst Bros............. .
Detroit Edison........ .
, tirupson Radio....... .
FINANCIAL
Brown-Cress & Co....
Merrill Lynch & Co...
F'LORISTS'
Flowerday & Son. .
FURS
E. L. Greenbaum l
FUJRNITUR E
Chas. Wuerth & Co.,,.
GRAVEL
Killins Gravel Co...

.521 F. liberty
.10 South Fourth
.an at Willia'"
.521 F. J.iberty
.Main at Huon
First National Bank BWd.
.609 F. William
.448 Spr ing Sr.
11 115 F. Wafshingtan
5 Kresge Bld.

SHOE REPAIRING
A. T. Cooch &' Son ...,,
SHOE STORES
Alexander -Inc.
flurrton't Walk-Over Shop..
Campus Bootery ........
Kinney Snow Co.........
L. and B. Shoe Store=....
J. Murphy B~oot Shop ..

1109 Soutth University
.324 South State
. .115 SC~ah Main]
.30.4 Souith State
..117 South Maint
.620IE. Libvirty
. . O el,' Arc:ade

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-America's boy-friend, Charles
L (Buddy) Rogers, and his
~sparkling sweetheart of
"Close Harmony"~ and Abie's
Irish Rose," Nancy Carroll.
In Arthur Train's thrilling,_
best-selling romance of stage
ai n d society. Singing!
Dancing! Making love.

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SPORT GOODS
Gcorge WMo' ..

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$' TARTING :TOE
,Policy
Matinee: 2:fbo, .O
Evening: 7:00,. 9:00,

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35c, lOc- -
50c, 25c
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GIFTS
Art and Gift Shop...... ,.... 218 Somidi State
JEWELRY
Carl Bey....................16 Nickels Arcade
13 rr Patterson & Auild.... .. 603 Chu'trch
llallrs ............. 2:5 Sot-i'h State
Schlau der and Seyfried ....... 304 .south Main

WOMAN'S CARMENTS ANI) FURNISHINGS
Collins Shop .......00 E. Liberty
Fashion Shop................201 E. Liberty
Goodyear Co.................1.24 South Main
IKre~s Stores...... ............115 E. Liberty
dline Stores.................Mi~ain, near Liberty
Tuck & Co.. ............... Main and Liberty
Mckinsey Hat. Shop .......... 227 South State
E. F4.'Mills Co...........11 South Main
Ritblcy Shop.................8 Nickel's Arcade
Vogule Sliop.................221 South Main

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RQ~RS ARROLL.,
> Appointments

Thesemecat have the full enosmnffteMCIA Aly
andj deserve Your patronage.,
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