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October 08, 1929 - Image 3

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TUESDAY, October 8, 1929


.D_ L.




Special Interviews, Art Features
Will Be Innovations in
1929-30 Magazine

On View Today.
Michigan: "Wonder of Women,"
with Lewis Stone and Peggy Wood.
Majectic: Dangerous Curves,"
with Clara Bow and Richard Arlen.1
Wuerth: "On With the Show,"

all-talking, all-color musical._
Regularity in publication and 'tThe Show Must Go On.
additional features such as art Slowly and surely, the talking
work and special interviews will be screen'sattempt at musical comedy
the innovations in the 1929-30 In- !presen ion are improving. This
latest Vitaphone production, "On
lander, according to announce-; With the Show," is a distinct de-
ments by the magazine's staff to- parture from past musical efforts
day. The first issue of the publi- ilbeing filmed entirely in color and
cation will occur on Nov. 1, and surpassing in splendor anything
and heretofore seen on the screen.
four other issues will follow. este
The staff for this year's rn thDespite thesilly depths to which
yies lager than addina preing film as a whole is decidedly enter-
years, cdue to the additional talent;I taining. Excellent music and above
developed by the poetry and short a eingbyl a csich in-
story contests last season. Mem- cluesageat p all w i ,
bers of the new staff are as follows:d,
Frances 'Sackett, Harold Court- Arthur Lake (a young 'un who'll
Franes acket, arol Cort-bear watching), and Louise Fazen-
land, Edna Henley, Elizabeth Ger- ~~ ba wtcm),an--useFze-
hard, Frances Jennings, Hilde- Associated Press Photo da enhance the picture. And it's
garde SrncerenJnng.ilman,- England and Russia have agreed to an exchange of Ambassadors, worth a trip downtown this week
erle Ellsworth,nand Paul Adamsn, step which paves the way for full resumption of trade and commerce to hear dusky songstress Ethel
TwolecllwotstsandPrapsAanmadbetween the two countries. Prominent in the proceedings responsible for Waters warbling "Am I Blue."
dtoa prizes will ber amon te o the agreement was the work of the two men pictured above. They are Wood Plus Stone Equals Tears.
fdin th ise seasone foan er oForeign Secretary Arthur Henderson, (right), and Valerain Dovgalesky,; Peggy Wood of legitimate fame
competitors. Last year's competi- Soviet ambassador in Paris. making her screen debut, and Lewis
tion in poetry and short stories Stone, one of the best characters
greatly aided the personnel of the Chicago Radio Station NEW YORK-A fluke home run in pictures, co-star in the Michi-
staff by overturning much new tal- to Hold Grid Session was responsible for the Athletics' i gan's current attraction, "Wo i.erI
ent in these two fields. Ten dollar es victory over New York in the last of Women," a dramatic picturiza-+
rizes will be the incentives in all game of the season when a Iongtion of Suderman's novel, "The wifeI
r swlbt icteRadio station WLS of Chicago, has gag.of Stephen Tromholt." Edith Clif-I
contests staged by the magazine. !opened up a Big Ten football ses- fly by Haas bounced off Patcha's ford is the feature of the stage bill.
Regular subscription prices for sion which which will be broadcast glove into the stands. B. J. A.!
this year's book will be again 25 at 6:30 o'clock Friday evenings.
cents per copy, or $1.000 for all five These programs which will take - --------- -- -- -
issues. half an hour will consist of colleo'I

University Will Celebrate Anniversary of Death of General Pulaski
Polish Soldier, Who Gave Life, Fortune in American Revolutionary War
Exactly a century and a half ago'Austria and Prussia over partition-;saved the forces at Germantown,
ing of Poland. Three rulers in Eur- and formed 'the "Pulaski Legion"
Thursday, the American flagship ope had offered prizes for his cap- of Ogechee River fame. He willed
Wasp anchored at Charleston to ture. Entering the colonial service his whole fortune to the American
bury the mutilated remains of Gen- Pulaski declared, "I came' to haz- I cause.
eral Casimer Pulaski. This famous ard all for the freedom of America." The University's memorial cele-
Revolutionary war hero is quite a His story is somewhat overshad- bration will be an address on Pu-
e legendary figure, but attractive jowedby thoselof Lafayetteand laski's relation to the Revolution,
even when the legend is cleared Steuben, who lived to see victory by Dr. Jadeusz Mitana, lecturer in
At 30 Pulaski became a member over Britain and the more import- fPolish Literature. It will be held at
of Washington's staff. He had just ant campaigns. But, Pulaski fought 4:15 o'clock Thursday in the Na-
escaped from wars against Russia,: with Washington at Brandywine, tural Science auditorium.
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songs, speculations of Chicago
sport writers as to the outcome of
the tomorrow's games, and latest
formation on the starting lineup,
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