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May 18, 1930 - Image 2

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PAM TO TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1930,

CAGEL'S WIFE REFUSES TOPERMIT
ICAMERA POSE AFTE/,IDfENTIFICATION
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raphers she insisted that she was "just Miss Haile" and refused, to
comment. on her disclosure or pose for cameramen.

r F IREM EN CALLED JIHILDNTER STATES GERMAN REPUB.LIC I
'NTWO ALAIMS' GVESWRITERS GREATER? FREEDOM'I
DURING MORNING 'Professor of German Believes! inh~e 1angua-ge and, if the high c
-____ kJ Is Rcgait; Sl $tanding schools would co-opcrate, there is I
Two fires called out the Alan Ar- in School Curricula,. every reason to believe that the'
bor departmrent early yesterday German department would bet
{morning, the first occurring at 2 German literature has a better larger than any, for.eign language
o'clozk and the st cord at 3:30. NO perspectiveno than it did before I department in the university. 1
ogreat damage resulted from the now
earlier blaze, although the latt~er; the war, according to Prof. Jona-
caused the loss of an automobile! than Hildner of the German lan-
owned by V-iiiam M~acDonald. E ae depart Germ~n writ-
The first caUii ecc:veci iy the dc-! ershave aamore fertile field under'
paritment w as from a residence iar the
the ^intersection of Benjamin and:1 h republic than they had under
Hoover stree~ts, where an old .pile 'the empire.
of lumiber belonging to Andrew E. Qerhart Hau~ptm~an, cai~crally ac-;
Gxib. bn had caught fire. Reports icepted as one of .tLhc uWould's great-'
, ro n t~he station stated that the'1 est livin g authlors, has wits cz his S UERSC
lumrber was burning in two pla~ces best wo; bs since the war. T11 corn-
when the department arrived. w o vihrti~yote er in u,
Undetermined in origin, the sec- tOors miiyHotherRivrraatau-
ho e expeienced opposition onOnheHrnRvrat
ond fire of the early morning caul- , the part of the aisecr and the im-
ed a ,department run to the garage rIa v~7; t ntZ te
owned by Jesse L. Smith, 736 Mil- ;pnAl. ocnet Q h te
handetith republic has given its . ---- -
ler. Ave. The structure, which con- wrtrJ ra muto reo
tamed MacDonald's auto, was corn-l ,ir-,.,teaomotofrcdn'f1'.
pletely burned when the depart- and Qc a~rm n V' ratire is more SD
ment arrived, than refgaining thie great Popular- DR
ity it enjoyed in~ the pre-'w~r Pe-
Hanover, N. H. --- Shorts are in ; old.
vogue at Dartmouth. Al Marsters! Prof. E1ildner believes thiat ,Ger-?
andi Nelson Rockefeller are among man is retur nin g to its place in theA
the advocates of dress emancipa- I high school curriculurm, although'!
t ion and freedom of the knees for' not as rapidly as it sh~ould. Stu-
men. dents are showing a great interest
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SERIES OF
DRAMTCRAI
Edward .Abner
THOMPSON
CURRY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION
READING
Cyrano De Bergerac

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The New Belted
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11:30 to 9:00 Sundays

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Rostnd-Baran Hooker's Blank
I Verse Translation
Lyidia Mendelssatohn Theatre
Tuesday Nlight, May 30
Tickets at 'Slaten's or 3211 Angell Hall
tHenry Lawrence Southwick, Emerson College- of Oratoryj,
Will Appear Tuesday, May 27, ion. This Series,
Reading King Lear by Shakespeare

Tlje voice that has amazed the musical world-back again
in the most glorious of romantic dramas!
An island paradise cast at her lovely feet. . and she
a sailor's song!

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