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__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _THE-MZICHIG AN- DA.IL- _ "┬░ri~DA ,.A

PRIL 3, 1930-1

VISITORS TO IWAESV RWOANE OUTARYRII
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ALEYVOTE OLgFCENSUS_ oret~ ar SURVsEY FEATURE !LINER

News From Other Colleges

EDT FEy1 F IB r on 'Tour of Texas CountryPaeEe ontutdePeIllyTON HStrctdPuCILmnCAr, 1pital as the accident was not deem- cr'c
U~~A~.cae A tFlying Palace'. to be Largest ..PRINCETON UNIVERSITY-An leci serious. galifa E IS r. ;,atdPe= ln Ee osrce oseilycosrcelulmncr
-WASHINGTON, April 2-A wo-: fittingly named "Princeton" will' DE PAUL PLANS PASSION PLAY. The Wa
News Idea Tried During Present; man started taking the census to- fo nIdiiul be the headquarters of the summer{ DE PAUL UNIVERSITY - lans 1 signed It
Dipa'nWetGley day out in Pecos county, Texas.- geology tour offered by the uni- for a university "Passion Play"; ficers, b'
DslyiWetGleyCRAFT NOW BEING BUILT versit v Each locality that the have been completed and tryouts;ohr
d of Memorial Hall. fteetre1000eumr-___ trip visits will be discussed by one will be held soon at DePaul univer-'
toswoxicl nth 30,00000rB A5scad r s of the experts of that locality. sity. Chicago. Sc ag ei-O
POLL AROUSES INTEREST families of the United States, hiers DETROIT, April 2--A "flying pal- los production as this has never;
is termed the most herculean task, ace" will feature the third All- SMTHISDATMUT "IVL. been attemted before. Interest in; NEW 101
Qh~foSe Paintings From Annual: thus far definitely called to the at- 'American aircraft show here April . DARTMOUTH COL LEGE-Dart- the show is widespread over thej WILL
Chicago Art Institutes' tentioii of census-takting headqur- 15~ to 13. 'mouth seniors elected Rudy Vallee# city, and many alumni have offered1 Declari
Midf-Winter- Show. Geis here. It will be the largest, costliest! their favorite "actress," a course in their services. uette v
andmot uxriusai lne eeretiquette their greatest need, rye' BAN GESudeYnUTFTS
-W X. H. Case, El Paso; Texas, super - anot uuiusarlne:vrtheir favorite drink, and Smith col-.BN ESARYOTIS editorla
Popular opinion in regard to the{ visor of the Twentieth Texas dis-, built for an individual. leg their greatest rival in a poll; DEPAUW UNIVERSITY-Polish- how st
rltv.apaofpaintings in ani trict, reported to William H. Steu- The giant sip, a Fokker P-32, conducted heresswastdrecently.iiitshul
arte bt i apelno solicited In the 1 art, bureau chief, that three enum- i follows the lines of the 32-passes- sebaswspltsWetPithod
fort exhibiltsbing i oncin1orators took and quit this particu- ;ger ships built for' transcontinental i ".sylwit"ebgoes liedamua te,
for o blltig i cnnctonMUSICIAN BLOWS OUT TONSIL. serge uniforms and garrison offi- caps
with the exhibition chosen from thelaTesjowiin2hur. evc. George F. Baker, UIEST FILNI-o IIIII
ana mi-itrho ofte But the fourth, a woman, he \Vas Wt t ihitr urihns Utl cie sa nleta i-lNERiS ITY a w IN jOeSwhN {tIllt
proud to-iner repoftheptd o"would "oudstick." oweerhowever, wll oswhichS Stialatinea awillueticost- lo$30.- t awiny okewhe t
Chicag o Institute of Arts, on dis- JOf the three who didn't, one got 00, it will represent an exendi-; ure in industrial and financial life! someone remarks that a trumpeter i a1=ea r
play until the Easter recess in the i hi.a leg broken, Case reported: one ture of more than $150,000.i of the nation,, who has joined thej blew so hard that he blew his ton-SDAY ND FRIDA
we4t gallery of Alumni Memorial wRent away without the formality of It ssiundr coutu.ionin ank o th noagearins HesilIou.Y
all. .floatrhelllo utryad wast"o.aed anhe shratow i mkltheaire isrptdt ete ainstid'Howard Frick, a member of the "A U E
tion wihehbt f i onc aweoutoe ad t wt ae a athe shor ailDetritheillinart eutdtIb h nto'stidUniversity of Illinois band, made l I
A relatively new idea i onc off' h enumerators' list. I-Icde- tmne that a plane of its size has iwatis citizen. the phrase a true story when heiWt
towihehbtofthis kind, the scribed, some of the dificuilties be- been exhibited under 'a roof in{ was rehearsing previous to It radio l GEO. O'BRIEN AND -
pol has aroused considerable in-! fore her as follows: America.I NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY; broadcast.. BETTY COMPTON A
terut among art patrons of the 'Lavong'Aline (in Brewster.; Eighty-two airplanes. will be -Northwestern co-eds are in favor rick blew hard on his trumpet.1 also
U~tiierity as well as the conimuni- county) she will travel 80 mailes. be- housed in the ne W 1000,000 han- of establishing smoking rooms for Notes came out, but so did a ton-) NEWS CMD
tyEachi person attending the ex- f le.eae Ifrt icet gar of the Detroit municipal airport members o1 their sex, a recent poll 1 sil, which lodged in the mouth-1 ALL COMKIDY =1Main F
"hmuttkwihhratnwith premieres for a new 21-place knong women students revealed, piece. He did not gotothJos I_ rym~l~l
Iiionwhcisbigsosrd..Patrician, smaller Ogden Osprey,I ---. -----"- -'-t
by the"Ann Arbor Art association, strive and bed anid prepare to camp'deiged y he oud-te-orl _tIIII~titlillttIi ltliltlifIII tiHthIllpt11I IIIIII
is requested to indicate on a ballot but as there is absolutely nowherei flier, H. H. Ogden, and a Consoli-
Ifor a person to stay in those entire dtdsvnpae ihwn K~l EE
his ,Parst, second, and third choice dae{ee-lchg-ig o-,O districts, on-3
iin ,the three pictures that most ap- "After she has enumerated the..Salopotplanesbin richly col-M re1
pealed to him. He also labels. the west part, it will be necessary for ored for spring and listed in the
blalot. as to whether he is an ar- Ihrt oecla ak oApine pierneo ieatmbls
tst or art student, or a laymani. ad ather road souh to get'$1,800 to $5000-also will be show : is
'Laymen Outntumier Artists' t the miiddle pat f, the district. Edward S. Evans, president of
Records thus far tabulated showal moving her tenit and camp.". the Detroit Aircraft corporation, " Arm ~ ,
tha th ihtms pplr pait--heads the committee in charge of a dJL
nS, taree "Sylant Quietude," by Town Fadingi Before C' the exposition, which is sponsored
Carson, "Portrait of the Atis''i by the Detroit board of commerce;
Sb," by Johanson, "My Sister; (By A~usiaf n soiatee ncesIand sanctioned by the Aeionautical j
Alic;" by Lucioni, "North End;" by i(1vAscedPs) Chamber of Commerce L di e deiss e tr I r~~u
ie"The Family," by Frazier, "The! STRATFORD, Conn., April 2. -i . as ~ a
Storm," by Higgins, "A Landscape Named for Shakespeare's birth-! DANCYV VIL T L
Mother of Mmne. M," by Selden.Icomplex-RO -"
J~ Tucnb rcad"h lcStafr' nls N LF F N G OTONIGHTs TOMORROW rNIGHT,
Since laymen far outnumber the ioencis fdn eoeRssa n __
artist group, it is the belief of Mrs nTeSikeskyaitincr'r, The Negro since 1920" will be SATURDAY NI H
3. : Saite, president of the Atd h SkrkIaito croa the subject of a lecture by JohnN GH
sbcaontathymydfnt-tion, nubrig may ryaN.
emigr esam ng i manyo emoy cls, itont a t e la eint .C. Dancydirector of the Detroit'
lytrnso influence the total result. Hig- a rnred thekemlages;intog Urban league, on Friday, April 4,'rit
gins' "The Storm," a great favorite ate 4:.15 in the Natural Science Au- A i '
with the laymen, has received few a counterpart of the oldcountry, Al.SeasrP one -jk
A "five-foot shelf" of books ditoriur. Dancy, who is himself .30 l iw'~
artist votes. The last named, group ! tdi uga a en adddjaNgo has been in close touch 75 cen1ts60 a
fave cast ther ballots for Robert ,piwt h ie adpolm fte- ;t
8pece's"Derelicts," "When Sum-,t the public library with repre- colored race in Detroit where the
mner Comes," by Mura, and "Bur-' sentations of the works of Andriev, Ubnlau evsaclrdpp
School Children Vote. andr othersras ulationon of 0, of 90,000.A IN -hol C ildr n V te.iea dactenso.l'ThdacedwldPrinPrnee oo
A separate tabulation of, the ARusa chr, established i screen ehiclerA aydashifnsg
votes cf a group of school children Ithis year under authority of the . 1 " laevisrdcion , ofthefne
hA eeldta P ri ftr' archbishop of the Orthodox Rssi- aa~o~aauSA Play r d cto 'Esntto l vlove-toris that ha come to the
'"'eeld ht"otai fte - - - screen, against a background. of
Arutist's Son," by, Johanson (a boy ( an church, serves the new citizens I. hirigarNoarro.s godenwait tiyo
anud dog picture) i the favorite I in their foster land. CASS THEATER I - mat oarous :elode ntei
with the younger element, with. The telephone directory, long ThSeatolFetrofhe .--- --iihiiriIllllll 11111111iIIlIlIItII
"┬░TheStorm." and "My, Sister Alice" Iflavored with Enlish namesaloneioalHetre fthe--- ltivalflllltitlri1111flifiifttffft
running second and third. respec- marks the influx with strangei ELEANOR PAINTER .-;..
tively. na nes-Gluhareff, Sinitzin, Petroff, ;in the fascinating and Melodious..y
Ini regard to the many commentsI Sergievsky, Utgoff, Tolstoy, Tim- i Comic Opera
written on the ballots, Mrs. Waite kovsky. Toochkoff, Koodroof, and! "THE FORTUNE TELLER"
delared that "The Art association{ others. f
greatly appreciates these comments; -____ ________ _ ._ ---------___
71-and will attempt to give considera-_:
tion to themr all." I WARNER
Alumni Associations jt OS 1f
Described in Letters t 1IT v n L I~' .

tos wil constitute the re-
fthe University band here.
r department originally de-
hese uniforms for army of-4
rut due to a change in style,
were adopted, and the old
*ued to the University band.
1ANN IRS 1BOOK NEEDED.
,AMETTE UNIVERSITY -
ng the present books of eti-
cry impractical for college
s, The Collegion urges in an
1 that a book be Written on
tudents attending college
act at teas, dances, firesides,
able, in the library, on the
and in the classroom.
TOW PLAYINGE
107 LOVE YOU -
AND HOW"
A Comedy
Myrtl Rotss
Ply~ers
hitney Theatre
Foor 75c Balcony 50c
tinee Wed. and Sat. 500,;
llllfi lt#I111IIltfIIE11#t1111111 111
S
NEWS
.

Combining an educational and
pleasure trip with the capacity, of E
unofficial ambassadors to the out-J
lying Alumni associations ofth
world, Millard, Pryor,1'25, and Leroy
Dahlberg, 125, have re-zently written!
to describe the feelinig they found!
among. the alumni at the places!
they visited.
1
I 802 PACKARD. ST.
50 to 7:00 n.. mc. SPECIAL
THURSD~fAY I

LAST
TIMES
TODA Y
SHOWS
2:00-3:30
7:009:00 Here's a slice of small town
liflebutbbling. with small town
co redy. in whikh you know
taverv .character

EDWARD
E"VERETT
HORTON
PATSY
RUTH
MILLERj[

L.

SALUSAGE AND EGGS
WITH CORN BREAD
OR.
MEAT LOAF WITH
CREAMED POTATOES
AND
HEAD LETTUCE
SALAD.
:F ki
J~ak Ije
t Oink
V L 1 e 7
Ln ar~ , . .(.r r,........+.

oi

A-

IL

Four eli ghtful People 'Want
to Meet You!

TODAY AND
TOMORROW ONLY
And their name
RUTH CHATTERTON
(of Madame X Fate)
CLIVE BROOK
(need. we say more)
MARY NOLAN
Ziegfel'd's devascing Blonde
WILLIAMPOWELL
The big lie man to all girls
CLAUDE ALLISTER
MONTA GUE LOVE, q
W. SOMERSE'T MAUGHAM

Bewitching hus-
bands ? That's
her business!
And Mary Nolan,
Ziegfeld's devast-
ing blond, is love-
ly enough to do
it well ! Is she
smart enough to
outwit the clever
wife of W. 'Som-
erset Maugharm's
brilliant comedy-
drama? Ruth
Chatterton h a s
t h i s sparkling

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