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TH,.E. MTCHIGAN

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THURSDAY, OCTOBERS, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3~ 1

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LONSDALE IS SELECTED
TO HEAU BANK GROUP!'

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OFFERS NE
Third Year Classes I
Lectures and More
Patient Under 1

"Fast" Comedy

Newly Chosen A. B. A, President Indianapolis and its annual Dec-j
has lHel I Many National oration Day 500 mile auto classic i
Finiance Offices is the latest setting for William
Raines' wise-cracking and cavort-
ing. Filmed during the actual run-
I W BEEN VIh-PRESIDENT ning off of this year's race,.and
based on an original story by By-
ron Morgan, "Speedway" has a plot
(By As c"a~rt Press) with less than the usual amount
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2.- of hokum. But even so, the screen's
Election a(' Jcohn iLonsdale ofh oremast smart-aleck romps around
St. ILuis to 1bepreseident of the! irresistably from thither to hither,.
American Banker association for I and back to thither again, provid-
the :rlext year, and an address on ing enough laughs to make the
"The Need of a New Banking Pol- film worth seeing. It's at the Mich-
icy" by the co;mpti ler of the fed- igan until Saturday.
eral currency, John W. Pole of Ultra-snappy titles (it's a silent
Washington, D. C, were two out- picture with the sound accompan-
standing pieces of business of to- ,iment) accredited to Joe Farnham
day's general session of the fifty- are especially good. Witness:
sixth annual convention of the as- Haines in a quick lunch to waitress
sociation. Polly Moran: "I'll take the 'Sweet
The newhebrad of the A. B. A. Mystery of Life'-Hash!" Where-
has beenw itvic presidentthe upon Polly hollers back to the -kit-
last year. ftie s re 1ident of thechen:- "Corned beef and spuds be-
Mereantle - Comerc~k e Bank I hind a beard!"
Trust Co., f t. Lous The newi On the stage Henry Santry and"
first vice president, Rome C. Ste- his Soldiers of Fortune (Hip! Hip!)
pienson, is vice president of St. remain for the rest of the week
Joseph County Saving bank; of changing their routine somewhat
South Bend, Ind. from that presented the first half.
New songs, dance routines, and an
Subscribe for The Michigan effective finale mark their current
Daily. You may eitier call at the act, which should have .improved
Press Buildin or dial 21214-.$4.00 since the Wednesday :matinee per-
for 'the school year. formance,
WHITNEY - FR. LEVE. OCT. 11l

More Comedy
Another all-talking attraction-
this time a farce on married life,
divorces, and what not-is the cur-
rent feature at the Majestic. "Di-
vorce Made Easy" stars Douglas
MacLean and Marie Prevost with
Jack Du'ffy and others in lesser
roles.
On the same bill, which con-
tinues today and tomorrow, is a
100 per cent dialogue comedy with
all sounds and "defects" together
with a Paramount sound newsreel
and several short subjects.
Don't overlook those merry
Marxes in "Cocoanuts" at the
Wuerth all week. It's one of the
funniest talkies yet produced.

WILL

LESSEN

M EDICINEJACK PLANS EXTENISVE READING
PROGRAM FOR RHETORIC COURSES
fl For the purpose of closely co-! of novels by Hawthorne, Emily
ordinating second-year literature Bronte, and Hardy, two plays by
and rhetoric courses, freshman Shakespeare, and Crevecoeur's
"Letters from an American Farm-
ro Have Fewer courses in rhetoric are being reoi--- er" will be required.
Time With ganized this year. As explained by Placement examinations were
New Plan Prof. P. M. Jack, head of the rhet- again employed as a result of their
oric department, especial attention success last year. Those students
PEDAGOGY will be paid during the second se- particularly deficient in composi-
mester to the reading of literature tion are to be taken care of in sev-
which is intended to act as an in- eral small sections where they will
given to The troduction to the types and forms' have individual practice in writing,
fternoon, Dr. of literature. and a lesser amount of required
of the medical Use will be made of a new text reading.
that radical "Ideas and Forms in English and Students who write exceptionally
iade this year American Literature," edited by well are given the option of elect-
hrd year rcd- Watt and Munn. Readings from ing sophomore rhetoric or litera-
hes prina this large volume will include ex- ture courses. The writing in the
ses, according amples from the epic, ballad, me- examinations was of a somewhat
"fewertformal diaeval narrative, modern narra- higher level than last year, Profes-
ige of electives,-tine, and lyrical poems. sor Jack said, notwithstanding the
in direct con- tva
nt." The time _In addition to these, the reading i increase in registration.
lntur ThtmeI

Henry Ford Plans
Several Changes
In New Model Car
t H yAssoeiate d Pre'ss
NEW YORK, Oct. 2-The Stan-
dard Statistics Co. reported Tues-
day that its advices from Detroit
indicate that the Ford Motor Co.
is cleaning up the last produc-
tion of present Model A cars and
soon will cut down its output rap-
idly, practically curtailing produc-
tion for 30 days before production
of new models gets under way.

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In an interview
Daily yesterday a
Hugh Cabot, Dean o
school, announced
changes ar xebeing n
in the curricula for t]
ical students, T
changes in the cour
to Dean Cabot, are
lectures, a wider ran
and more time used

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fnrmpr ln. d ii fnr

Forty diles Away ormeriy ureaf orUU .L uring
.nbeen cut 25 per cent, while 150
Awaited with much interest in hours of new electives are now
the Automobile City is Will Rogers' open to Junior medics 'in making
first talking feature, "They Had to up the 1,000 hours required for the
See Paris, scheduled to open to- (nior year.
morrow at Mr. Fox's palatial play- In explaining the change, Dean
house, Along with this French ?Cabot said, "Curricula must always
farce comedy, there is a sprightly be changed and improved con-
Fanchon and Marco "Idea." on the stantly, or intellectual decay will
stage, soon set in. The present change,
In the revue line, M-G-M's all has for its purpose lessening off
star "Hollywood Revue" seems set pedagogy and bringing the.student
for a considerable tenure at- the in more direct con tac with his
State. First of the all-talkers patient,"
without any plot at all, and fea--__
turing such stars as Gilbert, Love, The entering women o1 Depaw
Haines, Davies, and a mere 21 University will henceforth be rec-
others, it has scored heavily every- ; ognized by green angora tans and
where, green sport socks which they re-
B. J. A. cently adopted as class garb.
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October 7, 8 and 9th
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MON., OCT. 7th-"THE MERCHANT OF VENICE"
TUESDAY, OCT. 8th-"MACBETH"
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