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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1930

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D IE FR FU D 'PLANNED__:::i .;.>..FOR CI]fl' SACRAMENTO Calif,Apill10
AnAbr _elt_ Cmn_ Injuy to two pesons and destiuc-
W L ST R SO NAbrRat Copn ion of a residenc e resultdT uted from
: * StAsd $5000fr a slight earthquake experiencedj
Cetues to .be Sent Out Saturday I4 Civic Imrovements, eeWdedy
____ Mrs. Mary Wadeca, 22, and hzer
to.Frallernit*es, Sororities, Announcement was made yester- two-year-old son were injured
x a o P cs M day by the Ann Arbor Realty and lihtly. Their home, weaiese~ by
I. .i Improvement company of the first the tremor, rol ,sed 2,5 inutes
"!_____ I'? >° step in a contemplated half-ml- later. Several other persons 2T "'the
ewrr ruso JeriAn$j lion dollar building improvement house were not injured..
Ar of ho s A nuly 0 . i aprg m for Ann Arbor in theIs
Boys tJ Atte4C;mp.erection of }a two-story building in IPre'sCidentSe tMy 1
Br p tgd~" Pj the 2Q block n wet Huron Street. as Chsld -feathPq
Letters addressed to fraternity Acrigt fieso h im.(3- Assciatd ress)
and sorority houses, making ttheheabouilig c il 0 qae eto loai WASHINGTON, April 10. - By
annual appeal for -funds for the abu;500 qaefetoilo proclamation of President Hoover,
Uiilyersity Fresh Air C m p, will bespace, w ill be ready f r occupancyI M ay 1 i lle s e v d t r u h t
pla1,e intheFresh Aiurap, Ail eabout the first of .lone. ithe natio a hild health day.u
19,accod in to4,airepot madyes-rl : { Thppresent plans iclude the Regioal chairmxen in 'charge of3
19 erdb ng.ton re Toddye'30, , 4> lesing of the soAuthwst Cornr ofi plans for the observance gathered
Cordy byStaton . Tdd, 30, r' . frAsley and Huron streets to the iere today to arrane for the cele-
senior class piesideit and director .: ~ Abbott Gasoline company, which bration, meeting uder auspicesdf
oif the Fresh Air drive.' will erect a modern filling station ithe American Child Health associ-'
The drive whfich will be in the :...f.: .;? :":': on the site Within 30 days. ation. They are to meet President
1tu.e of a canvas ofr all campus ,>:.::::.;:: : j:"M~~::4.:i .:,:.; Three adacent buil1dngs ae b i -i
organizations, will culminate withI ::,.:;,." :. :: :::,::?::::>::.... ::,:...Y:41 . n tr 'd w o a e ra o n fC !1iy:":; ini.d+C,}.:1.,:{.~i'.N{, ?.,.:>.::iS...vi JM , " ,.";.'::.::.:g trnow t.m ke ro m or Ho ve a tf hterHoueote
tlie g.eneral appeal to the student : .,J ...1.. . ....... ;.:..th buildig hichwl eI a atron -
boyo a .Although $8,000 is I . Jl .....} .....'" . .. .v.. I a agarag, slshaquresad TULANE UNIVERSITY-Awards
needed for the maintainance of the .'w&:r Poffices of the Huron Valley Chevro- Iaet emd otebs iemn
Camp, the goal for the student! The start of the Harvard Unieri ty bicycle r ace fr om Boston to let company. tac~ler, open field runner, and piun-
Xe~x.Tecotsat rivew ill be $3,000 with the re- NwYr.TecntsatIhw r, ett h:AutnGa rdIFurther expansion by the ,Realty tro
bpieldr eig made up, With con- Richardson, Kennethi Pendar, and James Adamn.rgh:Asi ry e and Improvement company, own-Iheater nte Tulane football team
tr~butloxi~s from the Boys' club of -- -____ ---- ers of the largest unit of business (- -ter
facultyan of the alumni an prperty in the city, will be made I MAKE RESERVTIONS OWJ
faut fteUniversity. {I vR A S HIg h Sc oois to Hold i possible by the possession of the EUROPE OREN 64
Michigan is one of the -few uni-cS TA TE', TOO A G , btn liiain block reahing from Ashley street.
ypirs ntecutywhose stu-___to First sreet and etending back LIANYWERE
bodyssp is ainathe i " 3rfe.Tepormwl ecr 111A 1
'der bod, ppr,- caip for OMo~ate s entirely too lrge Two elimination deatsTil b
i tepiilgdby.th upcso ed on through a period of years, ; lAVELERS CEQUES ET.
weeks every summer, more than , Scretary of tlhe Inteior declres.; the Michigan High Schlool Debat- it is announced, until "the entire *£.KBE.Scisi g
440 boys are picked by welfare or- The secretary nin~rains that thleI ing League to determine the two, property is modernized. ucenased& g4 ot .F. uoc ,AUG "EbO
ganzaion Q Dtrot ndAnnAr shoQ4soudi'e roaken up into schools who shall argue the Jury I-- _
hor to receive the benefits of a 12- a series of Jjunior colleges, thus giv-, Tial question in the final cai-
day outing at the Fresh Air camp ing the freshmen more individual pionship contest in Hill1 audito- 4444
on the shores of Lake Patterson.j attention. tIum April 26, 'according to an an-;,TO -8z
Will ie Sxth Yi'. Flunking out of school is theI nouncement made by Prof. Q. E. 8 H N 18
Although the camp was originzal- most harmful expeience that can Densmore, of the speech, depart- CALL THEL
1y begun in 'the summer of 1921, oet ongmno imnmert, head of the League.
tepresenC site is only six years and it is caused principally by the, Cheboygan 1-igh School, the d-r VARSITY TAXI SERVICE
old In192, a170acie prce oflack of individual treatment re- I fending champions, will debate'FrCb hngig oefrvcto
lAnnd Aror ats26 ilsrhe saslting from so .large a school as iagainst the Detroit Northwestern f
Arin Arorwtserchasfed by get Ohio state University," stated Sec- trio at Detroit tonight. The win -,4
fred ft~prJec.P minn retary Wilbur. ner of their contest will be mnatch-''e7Q
improvement followed rapidly un- ed against the winner of the Paw'
til nzow thue land" is fenced and is UNIVERSITY OF LONDON-A Paw vs. Clawson debate, which is -___ __-..-
gaducall en e red. andr recent endowment of $100 UiestofLno ,0 to the also beinag held tonight.
adcped Eey year the alum UieriyofLnn provides for -=_- .-____ Ea
ni and others are contributing newohn ecin facurei mr
lodges and other improvements so Iscan hi story.
that the camp is the equal of any -_--_--____ DUKE UNIVERITY
similar project in the country. The
fund collected from the campus 1s T,.PEWITERS I SOHOUL DF MEDICINE ?
used only ifor running expenses, R IBBONS Duitehain, N. C.
buildings and equipment being do-I SUPPLIES On .October 1, 1930 carfuly
nated by others interested in theI for all makes of ! seected first ani third yea stu_______________
movement. ytrioef S ., dents 14111be admittedAppha-
Inf the eight years of its exis- Rpdtrnvr rshsfk nsrsJ"on n esIl t-y iean
ten e, tecm ie atno etqaiY a mdrap re will11be conidrd in the order ofI
f twe dycatint total of t ai tamoeaerc. receipt Cxtatogues .and applica_____________
mnoxethan 2,8001 poor boys most of e Q. OR IL the Dean.. .;".
whom were 'from Detroit. Clean .314 South Sate St. Phonc 6615 ,., - ._
outdoor life wit three wholesome ___-=--_-__-______________________-__________________________
mea ls a Aday ul pteune-TeCUO
., un1sed bodies wieohave been'Te -UOI
4 enied the benefits die ived from an1NEPI
9:00.4 life. "adO EPI
gIrnberger to Direct. mU[ C adamsinette odrt
The cam p is Inanaged ,by a dire -( o lfad i s o "enil s H l e oi I vtr a c m it e of e en a c -y 'i
mxemnbers, and the president of the TW IKT'TO IH- -
Student Christian association. Thle
director of the camp this yearwl
re wTedoeilyege f h TO SEE
rhetoric depa tment who hasf been
associated with the project -for the ,This Famous Ripsnrtr
past three or four years. Assistings,
him will be counselors recruited
frome the stdnboy
pervised by Todd who had chargead
Of the project last year. a
Ferries Must Not Ran Th dc Hnest inner
'rIdg' a ays.aMayor h e .e

(fay Associaed Press) e Cs t picture
M ANITOWOGWis., April Io.- I t a t Michi- r ~all music ' MYRTYL
There's no sense, says Mayor Mar- gahs v R S
tin Georgenson, in car ferries' con- shown!
stantly rammning bridges in the l ia g PLAYERS
Manitowoc river, and he wants it'
stopped. IFA ONELL" I_ _____
F Rj"The time has come for action," He paid his or
the mayor said today. "The dam- " hrinwetIN OLD CALII'ORN" Main Floor .. .. 75c
age to bridges this spring is ni ig wifBalcony
$5,00 fcageryctisnearlybg aar btLouise Fazada in a reviedHTE Balcony'II.II54.
$,00Ifarfrycpt ai a 1' a bg slary bu Western that IS funy Matinees: Wed.-Sat. 51k
keep their boats on a straight! allhegtirek PATHS SOUND
couirse,i we'll see :bout it." h g t i REVIEW _______________ - ___- _______
_________________ turn was receipts! METRO NEWS n_, t
Rae heatre I'-W INE HAR
All Talking
All tarrt~g'15laterp °eThe Dramatic Sensation of the M odern Stage!,
"LADY O) CF 'THE You Can't Resist Her Lo''e WM. A. BRADY Presents
Making in this adventurous South Sea Romance !.
P E EN SRcadArlen is the new loy friend and what a team theiy mae ; ELMER RICE'S Pulitzer Prize Pslay
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