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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN

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yEHavard Comes West PUBLISHER'S SON
to Engage MichiganI STILL MISSING,
RCin Gridiron Battlel ET
(Continued rom Page One)-
IT' Exterior Features of Structure
;again slated to fill the guard posts. Etro etre fSrcue
Bovard will handle the pivot duties. Will Remain Same as Was j
. With "Truck" at end, the Hlank 130-
New York Times Staff Member sition will be strengthened, while iSe nyot e ansdd m
- Speaks on "The Duty of the new tackles may add some (Continued From Page 1)
a Nespapi."drive to the attack.
a Newrspa .vart ' onsea 'il coinebuilding to reduce the cost of the
Harvard's offense will combine proposed dormitory to $950,000
line bucks and o& tackle prays with'pooe omtr o$5,0
DIRECTOR GIVES TALK end sweeps and tricky lateral ($50,000 lower than the original
nd trik )final agreements can be
passes. When withinstrikingdis- signed.
Smith Starts Heated. Discussion ;tance of the goal, the Crimson may i p
reyItisepcd that these altera-
on Place of Propagandist re uponthe forward pasthatt n te n e
proved such a valuable scoring bn ntepa ilb opee
to Profession. weapon against Army and Florida. rwithin a day or two, and construc-
--- Michigan's weak aerialtdefenseis Lion on the dormitory may start
(Continued From Page 1) likely to prompt Horween to emliploy within a week. The excavations,
exception to Mr. Smith's- indictment this mode of attack The only glar- rat are eete o b s ote
of the questionable methods of in weakness reeal y tCrim- by Wednesday.
publicity men. "I do not agree oThe ermhson attack will be car- Several sampies of brick have ar-
with Mr. Smith..Our office neverried by a quartet of elusive backs, rived at the office of the buildings
had employed such means, and who will be working behind a fast- Associated Press Photo' and grounds department and Pres-
while I have no doubt that much driving forward wall. Barry Wood, William J Scripps. select the type of brik from which
.hero of the Army game, will be at .Son of W. E. Scripps, has been seeI tetp f rc rmwih
of the information we send out is quarterback, white evens and Put- missing n ' the dormitory will be built, it was
quarterbck, whie Ievesaid. PHe missexpecteedOtobto makeetthe
not published we send every word nam, both capable ball carriers, will sr said. He is expected.tomake the
of it out on letters stamped with start at the halfback posts. Wally and Canadian police have been un- selection Monday or Tuesday.
exact source from whence it Harper, hard driving fullback, will able to find any trace of the 24- The new structure will not be al-
c s be used on line plays. Loss of Tom year-old youth, whose father is a tered in outside appearance from
Gilligan and Art Huguley, througl; prominent Detroit publisher. J the original plans, for the dormi-
Other editors, notably A. L. Mil- injuries is not expected to handi- 1~-- tory, it was said, although several'
ler of the Battle Creek Enquirer- cap the Crimson for lack of ball Search Parties Formed changes have already been made on
the interior plans.
News, and Stuart Perty, editor of Carriers. tFe mterirplan_._
to Hunt Falle Pliane - - - -
the Adrian Telegram, held that the In the line, O'Connell and Doug-e__
control of sifting propaganda lay lass are slated to take care of the( P
with the office of the managing 1end berths, with Vic Harding, an (YN Associated Press
editor. adept pass receiver, as a capable ,.
After the debate declined, Prof. substitute. Capt. Jim Barrett has ( plane was pressed into service to-
son R. Sunderland of the Law- I been showing his old form at left day to aid! searching parties in
school presented the leading facts tackle, while Bill Ticknor will be their efforts to locate the wreckage
regarding the judicial council of at the opposite tackle. Talbot and of a plane which several persons STARTING OD
Mihgn Trainer are listed as the starting o ln hc eea esn TRIGTD
Sunderland Speaks guards, and Ben Ticknor is due to reported they saw falling in flames Attraction
In a recent survey, the matter play center. Mays, White, and Pot- several miles from here late Thurs- Extraordinary
of the administration of justice ter are the reserve backs who Hor- day.
which has exceeded all others in ween will call upon to liven the at- At least five persons said they ThExtravaGea --M
public interest and censure, wastk saw the plane dive. The site of the revue Like
considered. Professor Sunderland Possible changes in the Wolver- crash, described as about seven Nothing short of
narrated how both the legislature ine lineup may see Hayden replac- - miracle
and the practicing lawyers were un- ing Auer at right tackle. "Red" Wil- I miles from Helena, and seven miles
able to effect any drastic changes son and Roy Hudson are other pos- from the Mississippi River, is a'Positiv
in the existing system, the legisla- sibilities to start in the backfield. thickly wooded and sparsely settled No adva
ture because of its lack of enough Daniels is almost sure to see action area. in pric
technical intelligence on the sub- at end or guard, while Heston may None of the persons who saw the Polic
ject, and- the profession itself be- get a chance to demonstrate. his plane fall were near enough to dis- Toda
cause they are bound down by ball toting ability, tinguish the size or model. 2:00 se
rules. --3-5----c-
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BLACK FRIDAY ANTAGONISM SHOWS Edison Company to
UNDERCLASS RIVALRY STILL STRONG Manufacture Radios
With a show of spirit mat sur-3men How rudely are you to be
awakened from your reveries! How (flyA, ,it" ' 1ues)
passes any interclass rivalry ob- uelwl
psee on ncamps i rany yea quickly will you be disillusioned! WEST ORANGE, N. J., Nov. 8. -
the Sophomores yesterday reared It's just too bad for you. Like a star, Thomas A. Edison, whose invention
their heads and struck All day our envied fortuie eas mounted of the phonograph 50 years ago
thijmetnntbne ae beaming far and wide Our lips have,,
their pertinent banner wavetasted only the draught of victory. has brought the world's best music
definitely in the breeze atop the Defeat has never claimed us 'Ter- into homes of countless millions,
compus flagpole as members of rri aa rt i. z
both classes sparred for openings, ror is a stranger to us." has discontinued the manufacture
watching each other warily. No The- yellow handbill suggests the of commercial records and' phono-
clashes erreported but th old-timers hat may be seen on the graphs at his plant here.
openla shestweepreporded bt I walls outsde the Tap room of the The big plant, occupying a six-
spirit of battle prevadedle drnesh rUnion and recalls the old days acre tract, will be devoted to the
and today's games will furWish thet swhen rivalry of this sort did not manufacture of radios hereafter,
outlet, for a head of steam that is
rapidly approaching the bursting have to be whipped into action. It according to an announcement by
!ap pogjust naturally existed. officials of the company.
One very tangible evidence o-
the fight with which the classes of!°
'32 and '33 arc imbued is the Soph- i LAS fTI1S LAST TIMES
omore proclamation addressed to' IS TODAY V UE TIE IS TODAY
h frosh, and the apparent dis-
dain of the latter for all the threats
contained in the thousands of cop-
ies pasted with shellac and alcohol
ion every score and restaurant win-ST
dow within a radius of half a mile
of the (campus. Last of the Red Hot Mamas
The proclamation is addressed'.
to "Ye Infantile Frosh" and rims
somewhat as follows: "A mighty
sea of misery is your lot; biierKT
sorrow will swiftly overtake you;
torture awaits you. You are doom-
ed. You are doomed. You have the Sophie Tucker makes old men young and young men old! Hear
audacity to consider yourselves her sing "I'm Doing What I'm Doing For Love," "IHe's A Good Man
suitable opponents to us, the no- To Have Around" and her newest red hot rhythms.
blest, and fiercest, ;end wisest of

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WELCOME HARVARD

"Kempy" on the all-talking screen!
S The merry Nugents jn
their romance of marriagable
-' reers! Youth! Love! And
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More thou 25 Of
the Capital Hits.

The speaker explained the or- 1
ganization of the judicial council,
whichwas established to continue
the study of ways of making the
necessary changes in the adminis-
tration of justice, and pointed out
that the States of Michigan and
lrexas were the only states to pro-
vide for two members of the coun-
cil representing the viewpoint of
the laymen. This provision enables
the commission to deal with re-
sults, rather than with means
purely.
Reeves on Program.
At the afternoon session, Prof.
Jesse S. Reeves of the political
science department examined the
intricacies of the press's relation-
ships with international allign-
ments, and Prof. H. L. Caverly of
the economic department the pres-
ent tax situation in Michigan.
This morning's concluding meet-
ing of the convention will deal with
committee reports, election of offi-
cers and recommendations from
officials and members of the club,
Noonday luncheons will be the con-
cluding official functions of the
eleventh press club convention, and
in the afternoon the delegates will
receive complimentary admission
to the Harvard-Michigan football
game through the courtesy of Di-
rector Fielding H. Yost.

The University ov0f Mcia
EXTENDS A CORDIAL GREETING TO
ALL VISITORS AT THE HARVAR-
MICHIGAN GAME.
will be served i cafeteria, main dining
room, ball room
open for lunch at 11 o'clock and for dinner
at 5:15. Main dining room and ball room
open for table service 11:30 and 5:30.
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.. 7:00 and
9:00
Perf or-
mances
Last ;citur
starts 10:2
25 STARS
CHdRdS
OF 200

SINGIENG
SONG HITS!
LAUGHS!
;; SKETCHES!

Wise,

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Girl's,
They handed Romance the
razz-they -were wise girls.
But Cupid was wiser.
Try and stop laughing!'As
a stage play, it kept Broadwy
in stitches for a year.

On the Stage
"SILVER TOES"
Miniture Dance Revue

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DIS TANCE,

WELCOME HARVARD
A SPIRIT OF
FRIENDLINESS
AND
AMITY
PERVADES THE
MICHIGAN CAMPUS
AS A MIGHTY
CRIMSON TEAM
TURNS ITS STEPS WESTWARD

... in a cigarette it's

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O ONE TIING, and do it well." In making
cigarettes, choose the one thing that counts
good taste-and give full measui et
From start to finish, that's the Chesterfield
story. Good tobaccos, skilfully blended and
cross-blended; the standard Chesterfieldmethod
-appetizing flavor, rich fragrance, wholesome
satisfying: character-

"TAS T I above everything

MILD. ..and yet

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