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November 19, 1929 - Image 2

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PLA TO EM LAT~ P OG AM HAN E~Culminating two weeks ofin g
x ~tensive training of the choruses for o
lH -- ~"Merrie-Go-Round," the 1929 Un-
oadcasting Hour Advanced to ion Oper% Roy Hoyer suspended
7:30 O'clock Because of his work yesterday and left with r
ft.the "Pleasure Bound" company for
its engagement in Toledo. Hoyr
Michigan's Evolutionary Policy will resume his work with the pro-r
s Presented by Presient TO STAY ON AIR LATER duction in 'approximately three
Before 950 Guests. f( ginnin with Saturday night's opens for its Ann Arbor run, E. d
o s r A r nE
campus radio program, broadcast Mortimer Shuter, director, sail
DEVINE MAKES SPEECH thjough wJ from the Morris stu- yesterday. in1
di, the hour will be changed from Dance routines ntroduced by
Beal, Burke Speak; Letter Fromrf 7 to 7:30 o'clock, announced Prof. Hoyer this year were different than
routines used in the past. Some of
Former President Hutchins Wildo Abbot, director and announ- the steps were of his own creationo
is Read at Banquet. cer of the Michigan Night programs, and a combination of the routines c
and 1Vl] run to 8:30 instead of 8 used in "Pleasure Bound," but sev- e
(Continued from Page 1) o'(*ioek. erl of the individual numbers were t]
caying institution," he said. __ __ _This change, Professor Abbot dis- inal the yoad yoaed ac dot
President Ruthven said that he Asociated Press Photo covered has been necessitated be- star, has made popular in his latest 9,
found himself in a state of confused A young guard, organized by newly elected Republican Senators, surprised the Senate when they served cause of the Wall Street panic. Due Istarring roles. 1
emotions, in which he felt keenly notice on the Republican old guard leadership that there would be no adjournment of the special session until to an increase in advertising. which each day at 11 o'clock Hoyer, or d
, true gratitude for the honor paid the tariff bill is passed. Above are pictured the leaders of the new freshman bloc, left .. right: Senators results from the stock market dis- Roy as he is more naturally called
him by the assembled people, and a Henry J. Allen of Kansas, Daniel O. Hastings of Delaware, and Arthur H. Vandenberg of Michigan. n- uby even those who have never a
humbleness in view of the task of These men have been fighting for the tariff measure for some time, and ;lave had considerable support bances, the fifteen-minute pe- known him before, appeared at the
administration which he said con- from other members of the Senate. riod following Amos and Andy, who Mimes theatre for the work with d
rf-nted townspeople as well as the have also been shifted to an earlier the feature numbers, members of
University administration. Si FACULTY MEMBERS DISPLAY W ORKS hour, has become very vauale andI the girls' chorus or specialty num-u
President Ruthven ,was intro- 1 1the Michigan hour has thus be I bers. From 11 o'clock until 5 o'clock t
duced by Regent Junius E. Beal,,I SJ1f 1 AT SEVENTH ANNUAL ART EXHIBIT advanced a half hour each day Roy was on the stage of d
who paid a tribute to the new pres- n adcedahnftour. gnthe theatre leading the dancers,g
wh-adatiuet-h ewpe- ~ ~ j *n iur In addition to the change in time giving special attention to the 1c
ident as a hard worker, and one lRIIL Among the list of 82 contributors Other faculty members contrib- Professor Abbot announces three ower mebers of t h d
both willing and able to assume L(UUIto the seventh annual exhibition uting are A. M. Valerio, Prof. Her- coming programs which will be de-_c
the responsibilities of his office. He _of the work of local artists, held bert A. Fowler, and Prof. Myron B.|voted to particular interests. On -
advocated the ideal of trying to iunder the auspices of the Ann Ar- Chapin, all of the College of Archi- December 7, the music of the Union
put such a spirit into the Univer- Large Number Wounded D intecture; and Dewitt H. Parker, pro- opa, "erie-Go-Round." which
sity and the student body that even Past Four Days of Sport bor Art association, and now on fessor of philosophy, will open its run at the Michigan
though the actual courses studied .display in the north, west, and Harriet Waite has done a decor- theatre the week following this e y
be considered as not of great im- in Michigan Woods. south galleries of Alumni Memorial ative treatment of a cat that falls broadcast, will be presented On
portance in the outside world, there hall are numbered 12 members of neither in the modernistic nor cub- December 14, the program will be
be a residuum of university training EDGERTON HUNTER DIES the University faculty Iistic class. Marina Timoshenko, a dedicated to the women of the
which is always invaluable in what- ----nSeveral students hav'e contnibut- special student in the School of University. The program of Janu- Now Playing
ever walks of life one follow. (By A ee I) ed as well as many local artists Muc, hs contributed nie pt ary 4 is to be an alumni program Th
A letter from President Emeritus DETROIT, Nov. 18-Hunting ac- not connected with the Universi- ing.Aptarranged by T. Hawley Tapping,
Harry B. Hutchins, who was unable I cidents in Michigan during the past ty. u_ general secretary of the association. This talking, singing, dancing
to attend the banquet, read in part: I four days have resulted in the Walter J. Gores, instructor in the a F eoNo program will be broadcast De- musical masterpiece presents Ha
"It is most fitting that the high deaths of four persons and the architectural school, displays three Russian Forces Reopen ecember 28, because of the broad- Skelly the original of "Burlesque"
regard in which Dr. Ruhven is held batiks: two of these depict knights ostilities on Chi esecasting of the Stanford-Army game on the New York stage, with the
ofiiloeounily e- Th d:o Jamxotes.Swe,4 ~ inshlins Calfrnabeautiful Nancy Carroll and an all
both as a private citizen and as a wounding of six others. in full armour, while the third is a n Cai-ora.etaupNtny
University official be officially tee- The dead: James Sawver, 43, of decorative pattern embodying pea- fy Assciatd Iess) star supporting cast.
ognized at the banquet tonight." Vernom; Harold Brown, 24, living cocks. Several designs for book-' TOKIO, Nov. 18.-Dispatches University High Loses
Dr. Hutchins further declared that near Edgerton; Grant Case, 36, of plates and illuminated texts by Mr. from Harbin, Manchuria, to Ren- Fi b
the sound judgement and sane pol- Flint, and Norman La Pointe, 19, !Gores are also shown. 1 go, Japanese news agency, today irst Deate to Howell
icy and qualities of personal lead- of Erie. Two of the works of Carleton W. said Soviet troops had begun a newit
ership of the new president assur- Sawyer died in an Alpena hospi- Angell, University sculptor, are ex- offensive against Chinese in the Upholding the affirmative of the
ed an administration which would tal.at 11 p. m. Sunday from wounds hibited. One of these is a sculp- ' Dalainor-Mnchuli sector of west- question "Resolved: That a judge
be well balanced and safe, received Saturday when shot while 1 tured head of a little girl, while the ern Manchuria. or a board of judges should be sub- SE and H EAR
Devine Welcomes luthven. hunting in the woods north of here. , other is a set of hammered brass I stituted for the jury in all trials in
Brown was killed Sunday when i andirons, in the form of cobras. Eighteen Red army planes were the state of Michigan,' the debat- Aem TALKING
Frank B. Devine, past president he 'was struck by a charge from H. Wilder Bentley, instructor in said to have bombarded Dalainor ing team of the University high SINGING - DANCING
of Ann Arbor Exchange club, de- j his own gun which was discharged romance languages, exhibits nine at 7:30 Sunday morning and to school was defeated in the first
dared that it was the honor of when dropped on a bridge near monotypes of various subjects.|have destroyed a railway train be- Contest of the state-wide interschol- POLICY TODAY
service club members to honor the Edgerton in Kent county. Prof. Ernest H. Barnes, of the arch- j tween Dalaino tandtChiehkang, astic debating program by the How- 1:50-3:50-35c-10c
new president not as a stranger I Case died in a Bay City hospital itectural school, has three oil Aft son utatr ell team. 6:50-9:00-50c-25c
but as their fellow citizen and good Sunday from gunshot wounds re- paintings on display: "Early Au- After noon, Soviet artillery com- The decision was given by a sin- 65-:05c-c
rfiendf i nceived while hunting for deer near tumn," "Silent Places," and "Night." I menced a bombardment of Man- gle judge, Prof. Richard Hollister,
"It has been a delight to the Rose City. He was shot by a com- Avard R. Fairbanks, professor of chuli and simultaneously several of the speech department of the
members of the 'Exchange club to panion who had mistaken him for sculpture, has done several. pieces hundred infantry attacked Da- University. Speaking for affimative, COMING SOON
haver as t us E asPreside a deer. of sculpture. One of these is a lainor ,and Chielikang. Manchuli the University high school were, E. IN "BULLDOG D
Ruthven willing to wok with us," La Pointe was killed near Ring- large medallion entitled "Old Ore- later was said to be isolated, with Burlsey, I. 'Parker, and R. Howard.
Mr. Devine declared. "Knowing the view, 12 miles west of Grayling, gon Trail." In addition, he dis- the situation of Japanece nationals The Howell team was composed of RONALDC©
situation in oureown community, Saturday, when a rifle in the hands plays two studies of his son, Jus- there unknown. VanWinkle, Hoff and Schmidt.
President Ruthven's actions, we of Theodore Wheeler was accident- ti6ns
ca e asrd ilb n keigally discharged. The two were Jean Paul Slusser has brought-
can be assured, wil be in keeping iebr fade utn at back from aboard several water
with the policy of those who have, membeis of a deer hunting .partyIbc rmaor eea ae
gine bfe im, in ke w th and were unloading their rifles at colors which he painted during a
gone before him, in keeping with Ihe immpog st ay in Italy. Two oil paint-
the maintenance of what has come the time. I[n tyi tl.Toolpit
to be a long-standing friendliness Percy Brown, 39, of Grand Ra- ings from still life, and several dry
beeen tonandgon. rpids, was seriously wounded Sun- points by Mr. Slusser are also
between town and gown. Iday by his brother while hunting rough-hewn doorway with iron fit-
The masterful way in which Presi- near Newberry. Brown was said to shown.
dent Ruthven can stand up under have been mistaken for a rabbit. Roscoe L. Wood, also of the Col-
severe trial has been shown during John Kornodly, 28, of IHoughton l ege of Architecture, displays se -
* the past year, when he guided the Heights, is in a Bay City hospital eral examples of work done in met-
University through a hazardous suffering serious gunshot wounds. al. Notable among these is a
course, Mr. Devine declared, and He was shot by his brother, David, tings done at the Ardmore Gar-
concluded: "It is a pleasure to thetwho mistook the white gloves oil dens Forge, an institution run by
service clubs of Ann Arbor to wel- his hands for a deer. Mr. Wood and his father.
come uro w tznfellow friend, our,__________________--_________________
fello ci n, our President, Dr.
Alexander Grant Ruthven." NWNOW
Good-Will Declared Manifest SHOWING W UE R TH SIOWING
George J. Burke, speaking on
"The University an AnnArbor "
declared that the large turnaut at+ Screens Flirt Operetta0 Mn I

enerally bolstering uip the spini
fthe production.
No time-out was required for
inch by Roy. He sipped coffee
rought oven from the Union tap
oom between numbers or while
he chorus was mastering a new
After six hours of work on 'the
tage at the theatre, he doffed his
ancing regalia and donned street
[othes for the trip to Detroit and
is appearance as the juvenile lead
i the "Pleasure Bound" production.
One day it was necessary for Roy
o hear the complete musical score
f the production without forfeit-
ng his work-out with the choruses.
onsequently he returned from his
vening appearance in Detroit after
he show and the orchestra went
hrough the musical numbers as
Zoy tapped, pranced, waltzed, tan-
oed, kicked, and generally gyrated
ver the Mimes stage fitting the
lance routines to the score. Two
'clock in the morning and Roy
nd the orchestra were still- going
-but he was on the scene the next
lay as usual at 11.
For ten years he has done this
york with the Union Opera and
he apparently heart-breaking pace
loe'sh't seem to turn his titian hair
rey or cause his jovial nature to
iroop at particularly weary mo-
reen Presents
r, s SKE LLY:
o u
foo me
would you,
".I would if I
could Miser.+
I ould if

the banquet was abundant evidencelii
of the feelingof good-will and 1;a£ -\ liim




mutual interest which were ex-
istent between the two groups of
Ann Arbor residents - those con-
nected with the University and
those not connected with it.
"In fact, it is hard to speak of1
the two groups," Mr. Burke declar-
ed. "Those in charge of the Univer-
sity have an important part in the
affairs of Ann Arbor. Others whoi
are prominent in municipal affairs
but not connected with the Univer-.
sity, nevetheless have a keen in-
terest in 'th'e iatter' institution."
The spirit of helpfulness and mu-
tual interest between the Univer-
sity and Ann Arbor which has been !
more than 100 years in its forma-
tion forms too valuable a heritage
to be lost, he asserted.
Manley Osgood, president of the
Ann Arbor chamber of commerce,
was scheduled to preside. Invoca-
tion was asked by the, Rev. R. Al-
lison Heaps, president of the Ann
Arbor Ministerial association; bene-
diction by the Rev. Mr. Arthur
Let Us Do Yotr
Shoe Repairing
Htkheit Qtality
of Work

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