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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1930

N Ikj[SCONFERIWHITEHOSAD G.1lIAL t~tiI~i
iirnrl IRIIIfi fu lUnnnnaii r nnhtinn"I

I 'Screen ReflectionsV,

DETROIT AUTO SHOW OPENS WITHr
RECORD NUMBER OF. NEW MODELS

___ r RSUtb RILL U UUNUL R6 I'>. - Wih the opening of the twent-iwould
Take Your Choice. Picture of You," Sunny Side Up,' ninth annual Detroit automobiley public
St WllMkeOraiztinThree talling picturesare a ou!"Tnr n - e Bet,~" an d-aspresshow last evening in Convention plates
St d nsWl a eR sr ai n r ai ai n to Promote WJork r o r b hall, the motoring public whose thoseD
~~CflLS 1~~eservaL~~~ons ii~~ disposal this wintry cay, two of stories say-many others.itesthsbnkyeupoaetre
for "Conference Sessions i Sociological Research; which are reviewed below. "Twin hinthrpithsbeky t edcoreso ne b
Tuesday, Wednesday. Eight Fields Included. Beds" is at the Majestic. oNxo ae."cranuceet aeduigtep
FIAnPA SARA GDG OMMVITTlEEM EN NAMED r "Sunny Side Up Rather original as a back-stago the past two weeks, had an ppor'- ing to
t aig litle for Janet Gaynor stoy, but with no outstanding'tnityceatosen d mn hse App
-tdntrgitato frtha development cons'eqent andc Charles Farrell to do for a! claim to distinction,"Nix on newtcottloi7s
uipon) the existence of a nationalI couple of weeks, Fox hastily assem- Dames" at the Wuerth is a situa- There were more new models pre- feeI
fourth Engineering conference here (oil ceneReeri bled a thin plot, added El Brendel: ble andi above-average comedy.ented for the first time than have! voted
Jan 30oadi3wilStakeplce atea- Council, totecahidtebetsn Robert Ames, somebody else, and ver been~ unveiled in any of the igrc
the Social Science Research coun- writers in the business-De Sylva, !Mae Clarke are featured in this plot ;t7nty- eight previous shows con1- ed an
the registrationi desk on the see- oi of the University of MichiganI Brow, and Henderson, and the re- iconcerning two acrobats, both sourI ducted bay the Detroit Automobile planes
jn lo fWs niern was organized yesterday. Th-ie nax- si aod mr genuine enjoy-; on the opposite sex until the only Dealers Association. inent
bulding Tuesday, and Wednxesday.. ment as musical talkies go than the rone comes along. Out. of the three hundred differ-,I Mee
All students who expect to at- tional body found it advisable andI majority of million dollar all-colorj Thumbnail Reviews Flt From j ent "models of autos which were ing th'
tedtessin1aerqetdt desirable to promote research in spectacles, the Coast. ;displayd n the floor of Conven- and -t
reitertthsiostirereud to ir the social field through the local No pretense Ihas been~ made ~ "Disraeli," hit of the year'with tion h1al, at least half of them week
regiser atthistime o insre (units. The one formed at the Uni- splendor, both acting and direction great performance by George Ar- were entirely new to.the mzajoity the lt
thaemselves of reserved seats. The . versity is a body similar to thO0sc being in pleasing accord with thxe liss; "Love Parade," Chevalier, the: of show =visitors. -Some of the cars ' Associ
registration fee will be payable at , ---- ______ already in operation at the Univer-( general tone of the film. While !pride of France, with a bee-you- ____ ----
the time of ;registration. I4 ,.tJ I iisofClmia hcgo al neither Miss Gaynor nor Farrell, ;tee-ful leading lady: "Marriage
At a meeting of the Michigan.asctdPesPho ; fornia, Texas, North Carolina, Vir- I the latter in particular, are blessed .Playground," well-done talkingiza-"
Engineering society ye st er da y Capt. Frank D. Gcttge, ginia, Harvard and Stanford, with perfect recording voices, thisI tion of an Edith Wharton novel;
morning at the Union, Prof. F. N. Football star of the Quantico There are eight departments ofI defect is soon overlooked In tune-! "New York Nights," ver-dramatic
Meneeegeneal hairan fth Marines team, has just been ap-, the Universit~y included in thiAs re- ful recollection of such popular; story starring Norma Talmadge.
conference, outlined the program' pointed a White H-ouse aid. Capt.' search group. One representative; numbers as "If I Had a Talking; -B. J. A.
forthen~etin an fial lan Goettge has also been made id from each department is a men --------------- __-------
wr te d eiscusaed.fna lasdo camp of Major General Wendelli ber of the organization and also
wee-icse-C. Neville. of thebor of directors of the!
Registration of delegates will be-!boyr Te boar r:Po.Cr
gin at 10 o'clock Thursday morn- - --- bd.Temmesae rf a Hark To His Master's Voice! Saying
ing, Jan. 30 at the Union. During Phdip M. Wagner Jdji . Guth. Anthopolog;OPro
- CalsF. Remer, Econi s; Prof. oV IIT Y't
the two day meeting such pr*omi- 1 1 S ta.ff of :Blimnore Sunl Preston E. James, Geography;
rent men asGov. Fred W. Green of ( ____ Prof. Arthur E. R. Boak, History; For Everything Musical G
Michig. annSecReytofRCoPer-c Former managing editor of The; Dean 'Henry M. Bates, Law; Prof.
rShrsanGv.FakCEi-Daily in 1925, Philip M. Wagner, J. R. Hayden, Political Science; Radios
ry~ort, nd ov FrnkC. m-son of Prof. and Mrs. Charles P. Prof. H. F. Adams. Psychology, and, ____ad__os:-_
sors o f W o i g wl ta arIn Majestic, Victor, Croer f
ofWoigwl aepr nWagner, has accepted a position Prof. Robert C. Angell, Sociology.Lowet-Pinos:
the program. I on the editorial staf of the Balti- At the organization meeting held TERMowste
Tecneecwilaryottejmore Sun. yesterday, Dean Bates was elected to sit. adwin, Kohler & Campbell ""f" ~r
general topic, "The Engineer's Con- Sic laingthe University, harman, Professor Hoak, vice-+pa w-e__''^'┬░ ,.rrt
tribution to the Art of Living." All iiagne av enemloyd n pb-caran, Poeso uh, cPlyoay wiecetrlInstruments n muqi
of the speakers who will be heard Waeiwrk has b ene le ricub-achairan, ProfessorGute, tres- 'ay jVito,'Clumbtia, Brunswick 0"'
are :graduates of the University, C o rkforchene GeyNeral.Elecricery.adPofso eer a-Records
and are leading men in their va- Coi chncayN .tue.-
rious fields.' HO A^~lTQIU7 U
The conference will end Friday! NOW Y ~~W Continuous Shows ASK TH MA iviAW gr.t
evening with a banquet1at1 IeUii TodayI 601 East William Street Phone 7515,
Michigan Teague, followed by a SHOWiING 1:30.11:00 aO
theatre party. _________________________________'_______
UNIERSTY F ENVR:- 1 Cupid K. O's, a Couple of Woman Haters -
Schaoolo Library Science, will C~
open here this fall. Money for the MAE CLARKE ROBERT AMES
school was granted by the Ameri- irBo
can Library Association after a sur-e:'Ce
vey of colleges in the Rocky Moun- , m
tain region. WN- Amisat.Night, Jan,
'iliiliilillliuhltlIItll1iiliI~tillllill┬░ XI- WOMEN DONE 'EMvIWRONGS IN THIS I--H LA O ALHMAaY
--setsoelgo COMEDY WITH SONGS. GILBERT MILLER (by arrangement
.= First. Baptist Church with IMAURICE BROWNE) Presents :
-" Jan. 26-Religion as Truth. A hard-boiled heart comedy of two women-haters who had Jn 9Rlgo sAvnuetermnscagd
= Feb. 2-Religion as a way of. !
Life.__
A series of timely and practical
-discussions by Rev. R. Edward
Sale. M. - -10W45A. 2R . c Se rriff's Play That ~
!a 4be-m ". UNDAYSlti 1 O:45 A.titlllltllii c a tei" , Is Sweeping the World!
W Y EAND LAFAYETTE, DETROIT A ivid and symipathetic glimpse into a phase of te0
W Y EWorld War that no other ypiy has ver acconpslihd
N E W Iictom chiago-in Additio aNow Being Payed in New York,
Prod ct, Pro, Berin,. to iuiCoe ad F and Amerof Cite, and
H. H. FRAZE li.sE, JR. Production BX'ein[ Made to Cover the Four Pnsoints of the Globe.
if+ ~~Prices: Lower Floor $3.00 DiC
Presents' Balcony: $2.50-$2.00-$1.50.
LYNN OVEMANSEATS NOW SELLING
LYNNE0XV7 M Boxoffice now open Daily from 1 to 5 p. mn.
L She's!NoLayp
SI BEGINNING SUNDAY NIGHTII┬░ OR ONE WEE3
I Nights-. $1 to $2.50. Mats.: Wed. and Sat. $1 to $1.50 Sg a-

not be recognized by the
if% it were not for the name
on the radiators, and even
makes_ which have not been
fy re-designed, present new
tyles and refinements which
tblic have been eagerly wait-
see.
roximately 70 per cent of the
door space of 200,000 square
iConvention hal will be de-
to the exhibition of passen-
rs, with the remainder "divid-
nong ;commercial cars, _air-
>, motor boats, shop equip-
and accessories.
thngs of auto dealers attend-
e show have been arranged,
he outstanding event of the
is .the annua convention of
Aichigan Automotive Trade
iation.
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rise ups
to1 'gt he p dz
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to 11

CAFETERIAOenevery ayincluding 5'
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or Ma pretty gis .-.,i
oudet and each -
peepi5en00very dut/
laughs long i .a
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en and dinner.
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