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GE TWO

TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

FEBRUARY 11TO014
SET FOR SIXTEENTH
ENICINEEING 46MEET

HooverI

Honors War Dead on Date of Eleventh Anniversary jJJI TTAU
of Armistice by Laying Wreath on Tomb of Unknown Soldier
T IAN EXHIRIT

/I Screen Reflections I

Blamnes
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Contemp6rary Civiliza-
for Meehnization of
Modern Life.

Ann Arbor
Visit Anuth
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By he end+
more than 30
have visited V
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University Mu
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Michigan Union Ballro tmi Willa
Ae Assembly Hall for FourI

y scostumings
Dates for the sixteenth annual ug.s.own. An a
cnfhrenceron highway engineer- : rooms each d
ing, to be sponored jointly by the thro
University department of highway rection of s
enginering, by the Michigan asso- Wrlthahhe' ms.
ciatio, of Ry C issionersand Asen f u
Engineers, and by the state depart- sddtshpartimient, but
niengt of highway engineering, are ehnm tiepaitynyio n
announced by Prof. R. L. Morrison, bri' h n tdhpm Atiden
enn- clothing toi
of the departmente o hh a L . Mhks.r is places in t
gineering.- - .---:----C
The conference, which will rob-
-io STay.I-f memb crs ofJ:.
ably be attended by 70 delegates,FKr P sS
is, scheduled to be-wheldd Feb. 11-1th
diti whih exstedlastyear (HyAncited res) sh waswealhy mher wn nme.|hen e rAssiaeareds In emaya oe,'3,
inclusive. Of the four days Bonu I ov. World Wr ws brugh a oet Asiago Preds with dI g
1 IPresident'Aoe ol WrwsbogtIoacoe't grace his tomb with a wreath.
which the conference will hold ses- As the repreentative of the by the signing of the Armistice, that symbolizes the entire nation'sIn
ions, one day will be devoted to A rican people; honored the na-, thus bringing to a fiish one of the.rvcy, shat gavet JnAR
sessions of the state highway de- tio hes war deal on Armistice day greatest struggles of allQtimes,nin reverenceafortsd t av heise , 31.
prtnp oneo meetings of ther' hby placing a wreath onethe tomb , of which practically every nation incliv it wa d, Pr Hoh Aesn
confeence ine th eetingsoomof tedd a tni~rnics o-br theheHhezlariadw dn the reat uontshertomeb ov firo
the unknown soldier, who lies bun- the m world tooL an active part. er laidI the wath uponhe to , A ctiviti
county commissioners and engine- sed in Arlington National cemetery. It has been, ever since the un- soldiers,.sailors, and marines, rep- Time
ers, one to outside speakers, and Last Monday was the eleventh known soldier was first laid to rest resenting the three divisions of the
the fourth to sessions of general anniversary of the date when the in Arlington cemetery, the custom, fighting forces, stood at attention
- - - -_ _ - - --- - - - - - - - - - - - -(- - - - -;tC on tin t
and ving ntres Professor Moro,- itra /t u
Gan sari. interes, Prfes or o StrangeeEurohegan atCourt Romance Fades as Frou Alexander Subkors facultydelego
i n as-imembers of1
To Meet Inginon. C Sister of Former Kaiser and Grand-daughter og Queen Victoria, Diesnalism staff,
Because of the over-crowded con- m- the following
ditions which existed last year, ily associated Ppess) she was wealthy in her own name. when he reappeared in Germany aTilley,
n ns o the conference BONN, Prussia, Nov. 13:-Frou By her first marriage se wasC few days ago served him with di- Gorge C
we htel in osed thaes l r of Alexander Subkoffn63, who was Princess of chaumurg Lippe, wife vorce papers.yyE arner'30,
thekest neringiling, yrincess Victoria von Prussiang Tf princesaothen of tha hose sVicky," as she was called, was John A. Ros
has been decided to hold allhthe o r - He died in 1916, and for years she te forite d of een sen, 31.
y' child of the British queen, Victoria, leside b iith oth er me i ofvEnand, for sh A tesdan
incpa e s oisyea. sI died today at St. Franciscus h ers of the Hohenzollern and willed her.hereaties r of h a ndtr,
conference in the ball room of the itAl here, ending one of Ltpe aieTll he mm.thee rit : queen row afterno i
pa Schaugtecnfrnehs g oes~pmJuKloJgudne-em e-yKrg LBeyerilie.aAlrmartoCarp
Uion, swhich is the poneyrsomp strangest romances written intot as the jewel collection which she had spent eg
assembly hall capable of accommo- sfee eessa eut.ofth{balom
da2tg more than 600 p nths. nrecords of uropean royalty. ar of course, butskheir lot wgs years in bringing together. She Ann
Anorn-oficihcoittFer yo mDeath Caire while she slept, at exalter compared to what awaited recently was said to have sold most willbeouS
tis non-rProfessor Morriscon- 7:30 a. n., and followed a brief I Victoria. p of these to meet Subkoffs debts. with a lmmnc
sistn~ d of Pofes' r Morg- J~uillness which began last week Inm1927 she metu 29 yers
GogW.McCalla, president of the I 97semtSbof 9yasnouincement
isterd delgate, man othehon-tl aternofherlsbnd, reat- rsc atr s a hcs a atLse emrA
Georgane Wa of road comsotly te he husban Aexan- o who was said to have repre- ComieL ttees fornSentnio winnersof
missionerend heginees; and C. xder Subkoff Russian adventurer, mimy, t o hegas a an WIrsnhol
miiga sesoakthins ea. wB asptyeprscerin iou sentedi greler s in-PharmacyPi mm e d,Th igh
Ahigh way de- hoase 34nersttter jio wasdbe- Lwkia ickedR by the associr
E Fose tddwi thesathedidomg i rallo havnede athed so n d
partment, is in charge of coinplet-serlted with d oe pa on hme eimureoftoo fn alye bet hasn ficates of a
Comitde forndthnebseniormcyash
ing plans for the conference. No behalf. of he hemr i{ of a cobbler and to have worked Comtee rte eir!ls to the winnii
spekers have as yet been secured on me at such professions as waiter and of the Pharmacy college were an Assisting
tio, t i anouce M..st ar197,renoucetherab its i
but it is promised that the list ofas reno gigolo in a Paris dance hal. nounced late yesterday by John E. ral arrange
as princess and accepted estrange-
speakers under consideration by met -~ e aiy ebr The princess, then 61 years old, Webster, president. Five commit- tions are Wa]l
tecmitecontains names of met fom er amlDancerrs_
heresode and he were marrieddespitethetes, composediofeanagge
many of-.the nation's most prom-.jhr daat e et ee e i!es cmoe fa agrae1 ltions are.
nen egiees."baby" sister, Marguerite, Princess opposition of the former kaiser and members were named, Howard Hel- committeea
Frrik. Ch ,he ir others of her famil who forced her
Attendreak snresed hs ardto oya n ge-frichwaspicked as the SeniorWilliams,'31,
t e ndnum e fH es treasd .dee- Al h so h efa t R calrln ss ca e tore nosh e w n her oy sadnwith gth e t- prom representative of the class. Gentrye n m e '31,tre ee o s lh u h he a a ln s a e f ie s e w n h a ih t e o - T e c m it e e re d i -;3 ,1
ales Theecommitteemenoare:eAceihas'30, and Marg
gtsanig tecneec a out o uscp naj ,, luo .iaqu odln t ter-life romance. ory, Karl Beyer, chairman, Carpen-l
risen steadily from; 260 persons in axaM. ssaaui d an } Jo stpuow qs;t No sooner had they been married ter Devereaux, and Earl Cole. Caps.
1925 to more than 600 in the last from: happy and were spent in most! at Bonn than young Subkoff began and gowns, Howard Helf rich, Peter
conference, held in February, of! modest quarters here in loneliness, to attract attention to himself with Martell, Richard Hendricks, and
this year, Professor Morrison says : poverty and disillusionment, escapades in public houses and nu-, Francis LePlace. Cane committee,
In addition to the number of reg- 'J ,ust a month ago she was forced I merous tilts with the authorities Homer Green, chairman, Arthur 1.
istered delegates, many other en-I to auction off heirlooms of great over such matters as bad checks. Van Zant, Lester Wetmore, Alex-
gineers have attended meetings of value to pay the debts of her ad- He finally was expelled from Ger - ander Levy. Invitations committee,
the conference, he adds. It is ex- venturer husband, but she succeed- many, then from Belgium, and atI Victor M~ddleton, chairman, Helen
petted that the attendance will be, ed' in raising only a small amount. various times later had trouble Mickiewiez, Robert Hewitt, and Es-
near the 70OO mark this..year. Bankruptcy proceedings previously' finding agreeable residence in sev- ter Meyer. Social committee, Theo-
All of the speeches and formal had been instituted against her eral coutries of Europe. His wife dore Lewanoweki, chairman, Ro-
theses presented before the sessions ' when she failed to meet obligations for a while remained attached to land Dahl, Myles Duellman, and
of the conference will be printed .contracted by Subkoff. At one time him, but finally she left him, and David Liu.
and bound in book -form by the - __-- - ----_ __-I__
University, as an official publica- LONDON-Nine out of 14 women I ' .
tion, it is announced. M. P.'s are reticent about their J -
ags h iue ontapa nS H a!Scotland is having ma~ny labor :the official hiandbook. But 102 men S e
wage disputes. also have failed to provide the in-#
formation. The total membership r-'No.w 1'aying to
j~ioc~ ~h~£iCi(r v Qii ~Capacity liiintes
.A r --i X P1Pv £tU- toIAh r ' trA U . I' s 1

! - m- "n -" Hollywood and A rplanes. away with it. Carillo must be seen
There is no Wednesday'change as well .s hcardito be appreciat-
School Children of program at the Majestic this
ropology Museum week, "he Hollywood Revue" run-'ed.
ning through Friday. This special The plot opens in New York City,
y Classes. is an entertainitig film, but, hardly where Tony, about to start out on
the epic claimed. his yearly trip, helps out the ma-
GAMES SHOWN A review of "The Flying Fon1,' yor of a small town, who has come
jWilliam Boyd's new talkie at the to the city to enjoy himself, and
of the present week Wuerth, will appear in tomorrow's has been tnimnied." In the course
0 school children will Daily.
of his wanderings he arrives at
the Anthropology mu- You Lika da Spah
fourth floor of the Leo C-urillo as "'ony' is one of Avalonia, where the same mayor
nseumr building where !the main reasons this week's pro- has turned his niece intO the streets
"Gean Plin" Indean gram at the MA.higan is such a when rumors about her behaviour
- popular one. Carillo, who gained1 were harming his chances for re-
. utensils is being fanie on Broadway, piays the part election. From this point, Carill«
hverage of two school jof an Italian romanticist-florist himself carries the whole story to
tay have made the trip; perfection, having an excellent its conclusion ~i his inimitable
exhibit, under the di- part in Virginia Valli. Frank kReich-k snner.
7uperintendent M. W. er deserves mention for hih acting Hyde and Buzrril in a humor
of the reform mayor of a small sketch struck a responsive chord
pt wasb originally in- country town. l in the studentaudience yesterday
e in the sociolagy dle- kCarillo's spontaneous and natur- which seems certain to make their
It has atti cted no( lit-. al acting, his enthusiasm, and his act a success, while the Dack Shing
among other visitarg Italian dIilect, which can be both Co. provided acrobatic stunts the
its. Everything from; humorous and pathetic appeal to like of which have not been seen
implements for games young and old and really make the i'n Ann Arbor for a long time. From
the show cases! whole show. The story of the gypsy beginning to. end the show, special-
} ew Yorker, who every spring ty reels, and stagy acts oiler va-
~flN E~TI packs up his belongings in a little I riety in entertainment, and are Well
'donkey cart, is so human and na-( worth seeing.
tural that ift carries the listener S. B. C., Jr.
University Pianist Aids

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Tmos Concert Singer
Talks, and Socia a
Mabel Ross Rhead, instructor in
es Will OcCUpy)

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1 the University School of Music, i

e of Delegates. iurtheied her reputation as an ac-
complished pianist when she ap-
ued from Page 1) peared before the St. Cecilia Club I
ates to the convention, of Grand Rapids recently as the
the University's jour- accompanist of Miss Jeannette
and with the aid of !Vreeland, the distingunshed New
g students: George C. York soprano and one of the solo- j
A. Janes Jordan, '30, lists in the last May Festival.
eonard, '30, Edward L. jIA review of the recital in the
Lawrence R. Klein, '30, Grand Rapids Herald compliment-
e, '31, Kasper Halvor- ed Mrs. Rhead highly, saying that
she deserves mention for her re-
e will be given tomor- I markable playing and execution of
n for the delegates the numbers selected for the event.
uestes, in the League I A similar review in the Grand
SRapids Press intimated that she!
turday, the convention had almost "stolen" the recital as
;ht to an official close she shared honors with the singer
cheon at which an- and was herself an artist.
will be made of the -
ast year's contest for
publications, sponsored
ation. Cups and certi-
ard .will be presented Minnesota Game
ng publications. Make Reservations Now
Simons with the gen-
ments of the conven- Phone Ann Arbor 6466
.ter W. Wilds, '31, and
Rooming accommo- I f/jG
being provided by a, ~ ~ '
consisting of Gurney SERVICES INC.
chairman, William C.
Elizabeth Heminger, Ann Arbor Municipal Airport
garetEckles, '30._--
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While in target practice recently
a British airplane fell into the So-
lent, the pilot being rescued and
the machine recovered.
Four-fifths of the world's oys-1
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States.
STARTING
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A smashing, dashing, flashing all-talking picture of
ture, and dare-devil airmanshi . . . Bill Boyd as a
-a niagnifient fool who loves 'em, heaves 'em-and then
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