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January 29, 1930 - Image 3

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W=N DAY, ' ,-ANVARY 2$, 1930,:


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Chicago Civic Opera Company.
to Open Detroit Rin on
Februar~y 17.'
Arrangements for, Transportationj
of Students Neariang
"Michigan students will be 'well


II Screen, Reflections "II

jTwvo new pictures at the Majes-
tic and Wuerth are reviewed below.
Barnaby Will Pilot Motorless "Rio Rita" continues at the Mich,-
Plane Launched From gan.
Los Angeles. Detroit's "largest and most mnag-
nificent"- the Fox, offers an air
thriller "The Sky Hawk." on thy.
WEATHER. DELAYS TRIALS .stage leading the Fanchon anld
--_ Marco weekly "Ideas" is one Frak-'

plot is woven around the adventur-
es of Leif Ericsson in his voyage of
discovery to America. On th
wh'ole, it is an unusual, and enter-
taining film.
Royal Romance.
John Gilbert tnever bias more ap-
peal than when he appears in army

B Asociated ] c~..ie Jenks, a jubilant miaster of cer-- uniforms, and thus he is in "His
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28.-A mo- monies. Glorious #ig ht," directed by Lioniel
torless glider will be launched for- - Barrymore,; at the Wuerth. Asa
th first time from the navy's Tc Colorfulit Adventurc. peasant born. cavralry captain, he
TeMajastic offers us a screen? seeks the love of a Graustarkian
dirigible, Los Angeles, at Lakehurst, version of the famous "Viking" princess anad' is repulsed-but she
N. J., as soon as weather permnits. done in Technic'3Aor. This show is' turns out o be a woman first and
The experiment-to see whether well worth seeing for the' wonderful; a princess second.
gliders may not become an Integral ?phzotography alone, to say nothaing The foreign se Lting allows ti:ef

representedl in the audience of the part of the equipment of the navy's ofrs L~yv r~ kuu, t'omni hrestefaos os
Chiag CiicOpra he itcoespresent and future dirigibles-is; raiders. Arond a very strong'plot
to Detroit Feb. 17-23," said E. . expected to take place this week. and an excellent cast haddby
Young, special reprcsentative of tecclp:aulipingprkthedreftrhaseuilt
,the company, who will be in Ann. The glider, attached like a bomb ' rpigpcueo h detr
Arbor all, this week to assist st- Y n a rack, could be released at will th~ieofrthesad epeo
dents in making reservations fornlt litdrthisl o Ath orth the pcture is not all;I
F likly ladingfield ,vAlthoughul
tickets and for transportation to lieylnigredweeh ol talking," we can easily dispense
y'make a hastyr survey and gather a wt h paigprst no
and from Detroit: Young is making! force of men to' aid in~ landing a wt the w eaakipteiasto e
his headquarters at the Union, tdirigible. usca sor
d rningfrmaerp.otiewhich rises to great heights in some
whr ema erace taysoth osAglsasbe of the more daai cns h
timeeduringathe, week by calling « gru ioomedLoPthe experiment bith
room 428. the construction of apparatus for First Winter Fiht
According to Young, several fra-' Sergius P Gace who will speak before the Fourth Engineering Conference which convenes here to-' holding and releasing the glider. __ .
ternies and sororities have al- morrow is shown at the right demonstrating to Dean IH. C. Sadler of the engineering college, left, some of Attachment will be made at a TVests Approach E d
ready made reservations for the the most recently developed marvels of telephonic communication, including the translation of mechanicalj single point and the glider drawn
vaiu efracso he com- impulses into speech. Dean Sadler holds one of the great vacuum tubes which are used in trans-atlantic J up tightly to the underside with its - Asoiaer ess)
panly. He has arranged for them toj telephony and in talking between ships at sea and shore telephones. t wings making contact with rubber;
make the trips to Detroit in special -~__ ___--- ____--- -- cushions" to keep it from moving.; MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Jan. 28.-
parties, he said. 1I,AM .T1OT(T BURGLA1RS ENTELideg The glider, newly aquired by the The army's first comprehensive test
Wie Ha;ag hcg u. YLLJ orw naval bureau of aeronautics for (of airplane squadron maneuvers
Thswekmak telatweekI A N F O DW T A SST R hpt ec j this and other exeiet, will beI under seeewne conitions'
Ship Teah relasedin the lneeof flight and at; neared itsvend tdayewith only two
of the iicoera Ctomparngi n___ Sounds of shattering glass' ____ the flying speed of the motorless( more scheduled jumps remainig
in ~cl ag13-wer eai srngi tengw, tosocatdPr.'boktheie'tof Ann Arbor at 21 esnebefore the fyers reacb their home
$20,000,000 Chicago Civic Opera, EVANSVILLE, Ind., Jan. 28-Un- o'clock a. m. last Saturday morn- ILOS ANGELES. Jan. 28.-Mrs. -ite anayany firsdAerpico angaTwent-oelfrite oFinelM i
house. From Chicago, the com-s certainty as to the fate of hundreds ing, when burglars broke through,!pi h ayadfrt mrcn1 wnyoeo h rgnl T
pany goes to Boston, where it will, of Posey county residents isolated the front door of Wit.arn'5 drug Charles A. Lindbergh splint a busy; pilot to qualify for a first class Ii- starters on the trip from S elfridge!
playfotw wekbeoecmn by southwestern Indiana flood wa-'store, on South University and For-;hour Monday brushing up on her cense of. the Federation Aeronau- Field to Spokane, Wash., and re-1
to Detroit. ters held the attention of rel of; est, to make 'away with over two flying with her noted husband in j tique Internationale, has installed turn, ere here for the next hop{
Treseiltan arnee-Workers today. I(hundred dollars in cash and met s b-
srtotasotteetuae National Guard aviators, flying ctions. 'foroiseathe homeal port.r - Irv
1 . thecafoilnegh24.ond. fortevhoeryhiggosacorig.o
saro ty to cinpotty.Coe etoura e-low over many houses, found no cTeclnladth rirAiestudents in nearby rooming houses,!Tecooe adthTomehne crfwilegh24pud ifvryingosaodngt!
pietrael ithth copan whchevienc oflif werejus a aybut none were able to catch anyMorroat tok An iplaMnectaining Air planes have been launched from jschedule,aj.Ra lph~yc e, com-
inlds t dsth euarcsor two befre they had been greet- gimpetooh hive. igevyutfor isreglar epm e n rFellatesed eacompetiga
scene shifters, electricians, musi- edby hand-waving. The y express- In Mra statementhoncernnte rtrg andlfortan hour Mrs. Lingi iiilsbt ti ed hyaemnehpst ec efig
t. ed blief tht recesion ofthe swl , robery> (if, cirlusethtoibeddemonstrndatedtobyetheonstated b journey begunrneynearlynethreehreweeks
cians, valets, maids, and property e eifta eeso fteso-rbey r .L ihm we ~'hhnldtecnrltkn
sien. lenr streams 'may reveal bodies in "of the drug store, declared "The I ilig tefed lnigaders test flight. ago.
thieves gained entrance by tossing; doinig it over aga. ,-___- - ______
The roleso h igo gp h oe.ICl ide~ ad i e a- Y ncc n~x o o cc o n c~c ccc'mr iohes ofeythe eKingeofveEgypt the hoes brick through the front entrance!; c.Lnbrhsadhsnwlw
in "Aida," that of Prior in Le Jon-, Others, however, weredstmoreeop-Ua
gler d Nore ame" ad tat f tmisic. The beievd tat heof the store. Over $150 in mr-ine moplesedtrr-
gleurmaeNoLarave,"ofndthrtngia circling planes offered no more chandise is missing, besides $0 in ccptly purchased here is nearly"Dw y Sih sB r e So
Hrman playedgCase ofTarine , thrill tp the unfortunates and that! cash taken from the soda< fountain readyt laai afe mno .-ex y Sn th' B rb rh p
Are.plaed y Case aroeo,17.they did not bother to rush outside register. The merchandise stolen changes. The chief alteration was
th'nsalain f'ote.gslie Secial Sa Treatment for Dandruff
Union Opera Star in Cast. i and greet them. consisted chiefly of fountain pens, einsaltinobnohrgoiead Uhealty Hair
Barre Hill, '26, is cast, as Lord.' ecl, and cigarettes." ak
Heny Ahto in"Luia e Lin- a report by Lieut. D. .Watson _FACE__ASSAGES__SOFT__WATER_______ . ..
11nyAstni "ui d~a- that h(e had seen from 10 to FAEMSSGSSFTW TR5H MO
mermoor. While at the UniversityhepadinsvrloteUin women in the upper story of aN SECOND SEMESTER
oprs ncuig"I n ut"Ihuse. about 15 miles below Mt. l ICourteous Service to Ladies and Children
Cto tcig, Tmorn, Vernon, where it would have been TYPEW ITIN
two mentioned, Hill played the 1splewsbigietgtd mosbet oti odadfe P WRTNGn "Ticked t Deah." n th las . . talu oc o a oc S OUT NIVERSITYc
ledn oe.,The Citizens' Smoke Abatement ________________________________
Reservations for the opera pre- league of St. Louis claims to have "SE'I -RI L
sentations. may also be secured reduced the city's smoke by nearly SE R T RAl
through Miss Lloyd, at the Print 150 per cent in the last three years. D neT ANN
and Book Shop, 521 East Jefferson, EVERY WED. AND SAT. CmietePatclwt
St., telephone 21081. TYP'EWRITING ( NIGHTS ATr THE CmietePatclwt
To encourage consideration of, 1MEGatIn r oy h hortc"
thegeneral delay in marriage and A seciRaty GHt uzc HAM L T ON I
frequent failure to marry on the ABspeciltyLUE
part of college students, the Human twenty years. BENOW LUEBSRES
Bettermen foundation of the Uli- Prompt service.. Experienced op-,B OW R C LL G
versity of California has apir-eatr.MdeaFrae.1or Engagements
priated money for an essay contest1 0. D. MORRILL 6749 CALL 4310 State and William St. 1I1L+C
concerning this subject. 1314 South State St. Phone 6615,

love' scenes to. be served in gobs of
the chest-heaving variety, and the
iatgue is that impossible kind c f
repartee which never fails to de-
light. Catherine Dale Owen, a~
blonde stage recruit, has an. unus-
ually prominent part as the leadingi
lady anld- displays a regal beauty
than which there is no whicher.
-U.H. Jr.


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