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Ml C I AN

DAILY

T U SD Y, APRTL 8, 1930

~AO~ TWO THIE MICHIGAN TUESDAY, APRtL 8, 11)30

WfiAT.STRSSEVARSITY TEAMS *OCALS WITRLOCAL ARTIST GIVEN TWO PLACES
MUAfTNAD IN TWODEWATES WIL IN FRANCE'S FAMOUSART EXHIBIT
"Resolved: hat the several states Almost a year ago Lo a day, Mr. Pitmscm u.Adpoal
ou0ishtld be permrittedl to adopt the___ John Kochi, Ann Abo atist, ar- with a flash of the same Spirit
rivc nPrst td h l which caused him at fourteen to
FO . I0DN.IE nai y'e o iurcnrl Dr. Martin A. Larson to Present Imnasters of the Louvre. He wander- submit work to the Scarab xi'
11b h ujc ~a ne- Socialist-Labor Party Plan e mn the galleries o h leh entered twocavssit
~collegate debate between Michigan Mnmredsrc bevn n
CowctonSekrTel ed n ieycleeo asalTx1Before Club. Motatadsrc osi i n this greatest French display of the
CxioctoSpaeTelNedasnd ielghtinoChiao.shoas Vx-criticising the results of different ear. That was the first of March,
ofaMoreoSpiritunlCLicing. TouasoV. ATN ED U IERIYtendences of contemfpoary paint-; and the other day a cable from
offo Yuge oeSp~ epl.eol iving LOCicero, '31, and Arthur Gi iso ATN E NVRIY'ing He found much of interest ev-! Paris declared to his parent-f
32 aterate on he arsty tams Oferywhere, but he did not affiliate "both entries accepted for the
fo one epe '1 lentso tevriyLanProphesying the collapse of cap- i himslf with any particular. atst Salon, larger to be hlung in Grand
FROM EXPRIENCEi will take part in the contest, w hich' it alism and the emergence of a i or movment. Taking upa studi of Gallery"Rjiigwara mn
F~rOMB~pE will be a no-decision debate. Michi- new economic system, Dr. Martin' hs own in the shadows of the gal-I the friends who gathered with Mr.
Igan wiill uphold the affirmative. A. Larson, Socialist writer and ec-seiheatnd'helcusofad s Khathsanoit=
FailxinRe in s atas otBased Tomorrow night, in the Lydia, turer, will speak on '"The Socialist- lhe bs atte ndeteiledcteskOf'endt. Koch atwetisaone-
Faith inReligiotiseNotLabor Party-Its Program" ata aiofus a rtists omndeevdc.i et oh a wnyol.I
Ott Supcrnatiiral Fos Medlsoh hete, the women's tpnsrdb>heRudcii fhi ok ro hi.was lis first attempt-
.,- varsity, composed of Mabel Morris, meigsosre yteRud Mr. Koch was twenty when the The young artist is well-known!
as Sin eleve.; '30, Dorothy Biumfgarde~n, '31, and Table club to be hield at 7 :45 o'clock 'announcements for Le Salon de ontecmps eh=~ eni
t:a:ter"i Eva L. Hesing, '31, will meet a team tonight at the Women's League hbit ions hereH and throughout
Experiences. teachesththeei1 representing Northwestern univer- ' building. Following' the meeting,c Michigan from very young age. Hej
a m~oral purpose in our existence on sty in a debate, on the subject: which is open to .the public, will be ]Planet Named 'Pluto' is a member of the Academy ofi
this world and that not all is based "Resolved:, that the present extenti a general discussion.bySineArsadLtr.
on i~btI1h fcts Tie Rv. r.of installment buying of retail Dr. Larson; a graduate of the ioeg bsres
n cetiifat,,TeRe.D.Alfred Wesley. Wishart . Grand Ra-i goods for private coPisumption is 'University of Michigan, where he French and Italian' astronomers
pid patrIoda uineo n detrimental to the best interests of ! obtained a degee of doctor of haejitycrseesh
d xr aduates ,Sunday ~ morning ine Aeia ul"TeNrh Philosophy, will present the funda- d cvre ~~,Planet X, "Plto" h at
HI1 diditoriht at the secondi con- western team his been traveling ' mental principles upon which th isinetrl nfica a ~a lh a
vQcation sponsored ti pn yt hafrougheMihian, Oe.hioan wmil ocais-abrpatyi'fude.improvised by foreign observers; All alkilg
the ,Studlet c'OiInci. pitda:frtepatwe~ hswl This party is sometimes considered $ir ~ atro cneine"O G O
" Rev. Dr. Wishart pitdout Ias eLn-eiso eae n as being somewhat between thle S- ta nthn le
thath o eneeds not only physical i illbe open to the public. cait nomuitprte ntha ctlaninyofthiplne eENTUCKY
knowledge lit also a moral and rear o tUpoga o xto
spiritual life. "Man frequently an- $har Gasharsh y L eadsi That it will be the next dominant w cillrbethe ~slehoor of the discv- Starring '
alytes the world arid derives from ~ ''resatFagtff rizna, but.
facs rum on ')Y >IndiaTociy'l party is the belief of Dr. Lrson, whte hywl acp hsi ORAN
it a. hirge~~ ntu~~er of alleged who is convinced that our presenttilhano'ytbecn-A DW ST F
hi on~t nw promptu ttehsntytbe-o- ADW GT F
~bout the spiritual liFe. ,wich yhe Gsarh,-3,willedt capitlistic economic system, which md_______________
klelieye give hl.a __ee hw Sa h
Iedje cof reaiie, but he has' failed* discuion os:"Inda Today,"at telas done a good job, is now on the
to redalizethkt all values are not the weekly meeting of Alpha Nu, ca- verge of being supplanted.
sTand that human pursuits dif- ps debating Society at 7:45 o'clock, The Rounld Table club under'
fer ,wid~ely tomorrow night ine the Alpha Nu I whose auspices the talk is being
lAssian Revolution Symbolic, a nevrd rn room on the fourth floor of :Angelligiven, h edaod tobigTDY ONLY
"Faith" in "religion and religious hall. The speaker of the evening men of liberal views to Ann Arbor TD
v~aues is errpneously believed to ex- Is an authority on the subject, ha- for the purpose of presenting the {
iston upenatralfac~rS. Cn- ing discussed the niatter in a num- j many angles of vital present-day
sequently, wh'en we talk about re- ber of magazine articles, problems.I
ligioh we begin to deal with great ' ' - ' - - Ne--Trils!*eivT.rb-
ufleertalntles and it is here that
hg phsical 'world exerts its influ- __:. ..
encees. DY
0i tepusi oceti nesoe 9! CK'ARLES(BDD ').
deal with ascertainable facts and1
people give up 'what they call re- ; ..
ligion and say they have none. h
R ssian. revolution is , in thisr-rHa Et
'secsmoiofw tisgoing on:-Y-an to H e e
afl over the world. But, we do snot Send their greatest Si drs to neti o ;. n.
ha.ve a defined soul or have know- ''
ledge of the relations of the man 1, all star
called Jesus and the being' called1f ,;e i a. p'
God. . . "y ' P S" y,'ltakigWhere theres a girl- ppointments.
ILet us lassume that the ible' is{{{ A h"Y m u s'ica1 theres a way See and; Its Golf Again Sog' of the Iiad
nt infalliable, and overlook: the - ~ A ~,.4 hear Ywng mrc l edU c~e npht
projplems ofcetinadth ien~ht with Charlie Chase Paramount News
end. oy-Ftemdt tthstoh dIs
anatioe opt to discover the moral .. no
ups fmnind. Our own ex- SPECIAL-EXTRA SPECIAL!
pei'iene ,will teach us that there BYRPA RIVSKOM
is something besides mere materialI A Fox Movietone
exiSthe, thattheisomhng All Talking-Sfinging, Dancing . . "off ." .-,p ; The national and international hero of the hour returns to civiliation
agfnthe<Horld. M sical ExtravaI aiIEza , ad is acorded a tremendous ovation o praise.i
Fact's of Creato
C fnd evidence inrte veryFatuinI. R : .WEDASD~rAVSATURDAY-
"We in the very 1. SMASH SONG HITS! ILAMPWL
fact- that n is living oan the e< NANCY CAr5RLttlL in WLIMP~L
world." It is protrayed in God re- i "oh You Janet Gaynor W il Rogers "HIuntng~ the tDANGEROUS PARADISE" "THE STREET OF CHANCE"
conciing himself to the world'II Beautiful Doll" Charles Farrel Dixie Lee Hunter" __________________________________
through God. It is seen as thne ex-! Song Cartoon Warner Baxter George lsen Talking Comedy '- ----=- = '------ - ___- -____ _______
pression in the individual co-opbr-I Edmund Lowe Victor McLagln
Sting with the individual will. THURSDAY=
" Man Should value life on a re- CONSTANT BENNETT in#,
ligious basis, the facts .about cre7 EDMUND LOWS THIS 1THING CALLED LO.11VE
ationi are not necessary. It is the SUET INGTSO
traisformation acquired through SUET INGTSO h
experience of life that demnonstrat- ThursdayNi ght 11 a. m. Revew of Greta Garbo in "Anna Christie"
e prtu4 activity." 0 n£'k% i.
T third and ,last convocation -- ' --. -
council will b'e held April 27. At!J
tiM ttiiiae the senios will attend in iyntstuh stesrvcy
cimes on Cane Day. The Rev. Dr.x:r
Donald Aldlrich' of the Church of
the Ascension, New York city, hashI a~ , f
beeni secured as the Speaker. 515WII~ic u

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