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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 192~

S'TU[NI YMN4IUMEdison "Scholarship Contest Winners Enroll
At Maussachusetts Institute Of 1Technology
Is- NOW READY FORHUSE

TROOPS PATROL
TOWN OF RIOTS

City Planning Body Forms Greatest Concern
of Thi rty-first Season of Municipal Leaguei

Athletic Apparatus And Sihowers
Thoroughly Ovehauled in
Summrer Vacation
Waterman Gyminasium is now
ready for use. The temporary
scaars left by 'the registering stu-
dents 'tramping 'thiough the gym!
hi; e b'een removed,.'Athletic ap-
praratus and showers have been
thcooghly overhauled .arid are
s.waiting the appearance of the
students. Any' studient wishing to
use the gymanisumr's facilities is.
invited to do so.' Lockers may beI
hocred by purchasing a locker
ti~ket for 'two dollars at the Treas-
urer's office and presenting it at
the gym.
Freshman 'classes will begin
Monday, October 14. The week or
soof inactivity before that time
will be ' used for the classificationI
of the freshmen. Doctor MN~ay:
warns 'the first year men to class-
ify at the earliest possible date in
order to escape the rush that comner
durfing the last few days before
clases start. Freshimen may class-
ify at the' athletic office in Water-
man Gym anytime next week be-
tween the hours of 9 to 12 andi 2 to 1
5.

' N~ti il GardCaledToS ee' "h ,yai iit kitheLhiy-irs Iinvitations to all the members to
! hiale Guard Call nestigatecrueasoi ol't ihigan Mutnyiparstattend a conference of the Ohio
Whie OficalsInvstiate S~a~lkol he ichganMuncipl Cty Planning Ascain ti
Gun RBattle Killinigs League. Orgaized ciin 1898, themoth MihiAssohatinognerals
_____Michigani unit was one of the pio- mnh ihgnhsn eea
By Associated [Tess) lieers in the fied. In the UnitedciypangboadMrSmt
MAIO, . .,Oc. .-atonlStates at peet there are twenty- hopes that this meeting will give
guardsmen patrolled the district S si iilar institutions, with ten teofcasf~ hssaea p
p ~Canadiaii Unions which serve the portun~ity to judge whether a simii-
around the Marion Manufacturing same p urpose for Canada. lrognzto would be beneficial

RIIIEYHOLDS TRYOUTS
FO DBTIGSQA
Tryouts for the varsity debating
class were held yesterday when
Floyd K. Riley, new coach of the
team, heard fourteen men and four
jwomen deliver short talks on mil-

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Co.'s mill today, while in the town The fundamental purpose of the ivto iwiicligan, iitary training in colleges. Result~s
!of Mvarion, a mile away, '~il ihgnMunicipal League is the - of the tr-you ts will be announced
Megan their investigation of Wed- nnpE~ v viit of iuiiipal govern- GOR E T CIIES soon.
nesday's gun battle which toutuok it tiur111o "uut t Le entire state, COURSE 1 ART In addition to those who appear-.
three lives. Phnii;, L), cti 1,,i,;advanced through e etray buEwet aii
nadiontth the uno titnatciacohacnrlo- Waiter J. Cadres, instructor in dates have, already registered for
men who died when strikers iadf(e rI o ae nAn ro. decorative design in the architec- the class from which the team will
sheriff's deputies clashed, foul J he organization is composed, at ture school, Wednesday night held eventually be chosen, The debate
others are at the Marion General j pLt. 9(-it, of practically all the prin-j in Detroit the first mheeting of a for the meni's team this semester
Hospital still in a serious condition,i cipal eities in the sAite and also class in the history of applied art, will bie held on Dec. 16;, when Pur-
nine are less seriously hurt, bt man ,,iy of the smaller towns and vii- one of the extension courses which due, will meet one of Michigan's
ronfined to hospital beds, and, a; lages. Cane [unried arnd seven mu- the University offer~s each year tote s here, while the other team
dozen others are nursing minor n- ; nicipalities ,ire enrolled in the( citizens of Detroit. m iakes- the trip to Minneapolis to
juries at their homes.I league. Whl:en ever a question of I This course, which parallels prof. meet the University of Minnesota
The national guardsmen, ordered vital irrpo tan:e to the communityI William C. Titcomb's course in de- team. The question for the debate
here from Salisbury and Nort i axrises, the dscsit referred to c orative design, meets each Wed- heas not been decided yet, but will
Wilkesboro, arrived last night. One, the central burea"uii lf the league forI nesday evening from seven to nine probably be announced within a
company went immediately to the fitadice 'lc, thruhu;h year and week. The women's team will meet
Comgapelan~tld, *'Th Mich- gives two hours of University ere- Ohio 0tate inh Ann Arbor, and In-
'Mlarion mill and Col, Copeagazine euawaitfrom home
commanding, ordered out patrols. igan Mulknicipal Ittvit w" is the dit. Enrolled in the course are ar- diana Untive rsity awy fo oe
* Will Maintain Guard iT] uty public.-diom of the organi- chitects, architectural. draughts- ---__----------_ _________
Will.Maintin Chrd ;atioznd s; .] clnzefly concerned men, teachers of architect~ure, and '--- --
S t'hese patrols marched thi with prcubit-mie; of cit'y manage- interior decorators.I
streets of tile little mill village, ; reent. The large enrollment for the .
where the workers live in old, Harold 1), hjiiith of Ann arbor is' copirse, Gore says, is indicative of
f a e h u e setn hi h o stls Di et r o th Le g e wih L id t ed sr of D t otp o totaround the mill, throughout the f. Troyer, M atyor of Laising, the ,advantage of the Uni-versity i.x - WE
night. presid ent, Mr, Smiitha has issued =tension courses. LAST TIMES
-- - - -=-!SATURDAY
~iDAY EV ONLIroIFOUROMAR
IOA Hear!CCONUS
The ivig Sceeid yotu catch that joke about the
P rice of Wales? Bet ter come back
The Theater With Perfect Tonal RerdutonIand~ hear this picture again: You
lHen Pecked Husbands! Neg'lected Wives! Missed Some I atnghs-they come so
E - f ast.

Asso,,atd Press Photo
Left to right: Dr. ..ames Tryon of faculty, Iva. Getting, Fitts-
burgh;1,W ilburi' iiuAoi, ,Seattle; C harles Brutiiiss im, West Redding,
Corn.

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