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PAGE TWO

.THE MICHIGAN

DAILY '

T R yDAY',- NOVEMBER 8, 1927

'N !**~RMfI PROOFESDR S JACK LAU~DS PRODUCTION IIt lllD TrFl'LANS FOR FRESHMEN-S OPHOMORE STUJ
UIMJA L, FD~MA RTE Y TDNSrt;~~ i~[1 CLASHWILL BE MADE BY COUNCIL WILT
Prathat StudenProdurtiono is doinge,"Uni ,l; Continued rom Pae One) may not. be necessary to hold all
lRI T sguet o uprn h nversity; and in a way. the .LVL 111iesofPs UItbo isefis rouin T 8ug the field the freshmen will three rushes if a cass has alreadyp
FO M 10'[TH I rasr~n ce sde oy isef prouig BY DCI-o
Pouto."City haul," for it is their constant 01*T OS take the west side of the ground' gained a sufficient numibr of Co-opc
Works of American IllustratorsPrdcon support of Play Production per-I for their encampment. The sophio- points to win. tme ci
Spain etedy nte r-formances that in the past has live Large Institutions to Form ;'mores will have the opposite end. Members of the council, the Cut
Displaycd Airchitects I dution of William Thurnau's made the work possible. Nucleus of New Michigan Spectators are asked by the con- honor societies of the campus and' the Stu
$4lding.I "City Haul," Prof Peter M. Jock, ofs The head of the rhetoric depart- Coeinl iito :stand at either the north 01 members of the "M' club will of f- deided
the rhetoric department, declared ment concluded, I hope a largcothsdeoehefel.cate at the games. Those who have wil dir
BARTON IS REPRtESENTED ithat "the production of student- audience will be interested enough'WL ETI FFCR The games consist of three con- already agreed to serve area Ernest1 distribu
____written plays is as impprtanit as 1in the student work and grateful WL EAN OFCR tests, the cane spree. the pillow4 Walter B. Crego, '30; Robert Chap- campus
aniina undergofr5aAeduanauderradatrwkk ibe doengenugotne aePodutin t taetofihtandtheflgrrshuThtfistman '0; rucaSewaze '3;hRb- ohrug
OrDiviaionrwofgEnglish." This; .advantage, of this unusual oor-' .(Ft A .5) twocutneoitahndteY
Can illustrators comnprise the third by t ae ast nof Ens anTnity.ooutpoeooitrach-ad9heert Manss, '30; Willard Lowry,30 landroo
mhntly rt ehibt onfdispland pnay DETROIT. Nov. 7-Completion latter one point for each of the Jenning McBride.30: Ganett Jro
m fontl 9 t exhiclo n daily Ii h stedaaWhc idfrfrtofthe organization of the Detroittreflg baie ndhl.Ault, 30M; Bruce Palmer. '31; Judd charge
'Lrdcrricio 5o'cockheailchinte t hdace w hithhortyeAckrmans nrilBankers Co., a $725,000,p000 banking Three of the possible five points Thompson. 30 George . Simons, He will
labu rid or . 'h rhietrl"Lelia." ,Itce willbeoro et ced in te LI 14system comprsing tfive 'large D- will winl the games for a class. '30p Al Ruelle, '30, anid Harry Wal- hue
The exhibition, assemnbled fromr and tomorrow; there' is no chargeF in other parts of Michigan, was as- tial contest. For that event a fresh-I' organizations wishing to officiatei purchm~
the 1829 show of the Society of Il-1 for admission. Tickets can be pro-A cii oiiir ured Wednesday by deoits ofi man and a sophomore are seated may do so by calling Coe. 'it Chri
ltstratrs and circulated by theI cured by applying fr i 'vitationls at U Ifu ~[H~ more than 75 per cent of the stockf atop a large saw horse and each j Francisco-Boyce will take pie- ;Years.
4mnican Federation of Arts, in the Play Production' office in Unri- o h vrosunt o ec 4g edaort nckteohe f tues of -the games arnd will have ! a 100 p
chides originals of illustrations )versity'Hall. -- for holding company shares, An- the horse. A 10-minute limit is fthem on sale following the event, various
Which have appeared in Life, Th~e "I look forward to "City Haul" as War Minister Denies ReportI nouncement that this amount hnacl placed on this event and the win- ______
NOW Yorker, Scribner's, and other 'the culmination of the first year' That Change of Ministry been passed was made by the D- ner must retain possession of the
maga~n s. of real o-opeation etwee playff~ *'troit & Security Trust Co., a unit in. pillow and keep atop t e os. O
oaywllkonfmrca l rea oducrtion n bretwec eplat-Brings Action.! the new organization and the de- Second in the seies will be theNO
lutrtrsae ereete.A rw-1 ets rfesr ak ad."r.-pository for the shares. From the cane spree. Ten men from ecd! SHOWING U ERI1
igettrs are epesnted. Ayraw- nt, Prfes asr acsaiimd.-c.a-\Asociated r'essi rapidity with which the stock ha.; class take part in this event. Yearl-
Iing entileda inlrmebyerdaph.drmau't spy ise fstirr e ex- BERLIN, Nov. 7.-Vorwaerts, Br-1been deposited, it is expected the I ings and second year students are
th lrato r of iaLo'emem e I e s d ra whtis h ilpr om e om ix-lin daily, today said evacuation i balance will come in soon. f paired off and fight for 10 minutes
therillustrator Bo nsitaown. !" g nze n dk swihlawi c from orersrec issued' recently to the Actual organization and opera-I for possession of the cane. In thisI
t~eePreftwr Blous,"ihwrraie adsiuatingeac-brenhW.giiiet tatined at ,tion of the Detroit Bankers Co. will event, as in the pillow fight, th F& IE TUE
There aretwo ill~trationsby XV. ig, and when such work 'omes to Kireuznach, in th third RhinelandLaepcearyiJnuyof-lsshvgtelretnmbrf
T. Benda; "Hopi Indians Dancing," Ibe regularly produced there will b beencanele ilannced.r Then bonard offstheaswainshwilacretenmerpoft.
miilitary zone,habencneldcasanucdThborofteiwneswlseuehenepn. Last of the Red Ho
and "Javanese Dance." Benda, sev-I no lack of candidates for the Av- suddenly and that the regiment j odn opn i etn al For the flag rush three poles have
thr at ofhitosemuas ae adins p prizes.ygrtiyngt would remain un~til further notice. to perfect its plans. been erected. They are in a tian- .;
'&xtensve txiy o th natve eli'fid tat lay rodctix ecase rain at soence'aor roeun t kadtrustcomp anyhelathxhbtinha mdinsteadi priclalyortfyngtoFsnctraightbottoenera a
gious dances of heathen peoples.l of its success and its practice of France were ordered to resumewilfnto_ individually as at ;iea rvosl.Tefehe
Ani illustration from The New I rigid economy can afford to th'ilr eirodqatr!i h aec present under their present direc- will defend the fags with the '0N
Yorker by Gluyas Williams is in- the plays. This is a real feic a rrks torates and officers. snyohooefmn the a ttck ate
chided in the exhibition. Willams! anye ioneetoofbathewhcthree theyke maes ld enseun
dsws regularly for The New York-j Vra!ssidtecutrrdrTefv etotbnswIhtA time limit of; 15 minutes per flag ;hrsorpIm ~ hiatTcker m'ke oiw ngo
eradLfe i lutain perIHoover Will Receive was believed to be a result of the 'formed the nucleus of the combine! is placed on the sophomores. Sez-; To Have Around" and her newest red hot;l
rada ife; thivariusratonsasopeaQr!C a o A m change in the French ministry and' are the Detroit & Security Trust1 ure of each flag counts one point.
large newspaper syndicate. -- the'appointment of Andre Maginot Co.. the Peoples Wayne County As this event is thne final one it__________________
large niwspste syoficwar. '-bank, the First National Bank in l- ____________
The rignal oftwodraing, (y AocitedPics) IM. Maginot and his friends. the' Detroit, the Bank of Michigan, and.
','Speakin~g for Prohibition" anid WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-MissI paper said, always have held the the Peninsular State bank.
"Keeping Warm," by Charles Dana iKatherine Penn Crawford, reco -I opinion that the third zone in --! eaurngAlig to
Gibson are also showni. Gibson, ainized as one of the most efficient which Kreuznach and Mayence Faauring A. Ilgato
member of several associations o Norse weaving experts in the con- Istuated should be evacuated oni5r e troit Thea1tres 4
artists, is another regular contri- Itry, is preparing to weave the Hoot'- tgr the Young plan has conmc in 'If _______r__a_____e__e___________
butor to Life. 'Ier coat of arms. It will be displayed, to force. A______________________________________________
Conximercial illustration is often1 in, Heraldic Hall, New York, when'_______-______________
looked upon "as a crutch to Delp finished. '_.S odRace _i.WLIA tU A.~
of lame artist over a rough place ini Norse haildicraft became almost; (HB Associated1 Pj>s', ODG ,E AI h
his career," reads a statemenzt extinct during the Seventeenth cen- necasIu'ab tr
which accompanies the ehbtotury. Secrets of the dyes used and i irstoURGfrmnte nVit A-da' nmial Sa
This impression, it continuesThefirstgolddfromohetanitng siamNewrPlyy;&WLrL$3
th ehdofotiig iiaiyStates since the World In aNew litt
should be correctec ~ on both sides of the tapestry were - ; "HOMICIDE" A,. X I

DENTS COUNCIL
L DIRECT SALE
XMAS SEALS
wcration in the, - clhng of
ilosis Seals at Christmas
ill be given the Wastenow
Tuberculosis associationi by
dent council, it was recently
by the latter. The counciF,
,ect the sale on the campus,
ting the seals through the
distributing the 'seals
.z the fraternities sororities
ming houses.
Id 'Curry, '31, will be in
of the sale for the council.
Ssend letters to the various
asking for co-operation. The
ities and sororitis have
sed specified quotas V seals
stmas during the past few
The council wishes to have
er cent'subscription from the
houses.
)t Mamas
rONK'
and yon omnen old! Ihear
Loyve," He s :A1Good AMan
hayth~ins...
KrCOMPAH
ME Xnc 14

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FLND MI$TOD9N'S TOOTH,
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7--A Mas-
todon's tooth' is one of the latest
fossls un~arthec by a steami shov-
Llexcavating. an approach to a
railroad bridge here. The other fos-
sils range from a" tusk to squirrel

lost. It has only been revived within from h BeuAgriato a an
the last 30 years.:f mt hek e r seganatodte ayran
Miss Crawford, so f an as is known,taebyscilarothPri
is the only artist in the United bank of Lazard Freres.
ate rdcn oencaso!7ams. Her Nork was deemed Ao im-' Hear!
portant by the Smithonian institu- __________M
tion that "a loom was installed for{ _______
her in the arts and industriesi

j ~ Nig;hts: 50c to $2.50
Matinees: Thursday 50c to $1.50
Saturday 50c to '$2.00

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