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Tt-, MICHIGAN fDAILY?

TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1 930.

R ~Four Jcs.,aJak 1.. TO R[D HOOVER AWARDS SPECIAL MEDALS TO NAVAL FLIERS T A
LNGDiSECARDED~ n~moPkr8RPAE Il
n~ vI RAi CHICAGO, May 26.-The yelling Lowell Oblservatory OfficialsDelo
JE R L I kddi f in Joseph Gorman's room at 3215; Choose proiaeNamne DMayo
JtI L t L~ Maypole avenue was because one? for Appropmri.Ma
Eglneentha Century Immnoralityl gentleman in a gentleman's poker M
adVcAcEnrcd game held four jacks& and an ace, 1AVNYGC nTetn n nte N'FiANW$t SG TDU
iTero.Iadaohrgentleman held four j I +M I
M4ANY VIOLATE SA1flATH FniLn jc.Ti a b oet;-A1QSTA#:,, F,.,1May 2---lu - ,CHICA
in pinochle, but the gentlemen ,eta is the name selected by officials siece
NwBrunswick Finally Permits pwere flpt pf LwellpQblreate.
Fitul1 lL~,~~ is not reently- disovuered tansneptun'a n: , 100 year.
Mai#Ksig an upihg Nqi i~~.gen- body previoitsly sie r~A<,e¢las plan- r4s the wo'
Fresh 1dols. Hlen =holdlii~g four jqqJ l ~ ani et X~A.
-ace angrerr hat to see anoither Roger Lowell 'Putnam, trustee of ord'
(By Asoiated Press), gentleman holing iota'r-ges and the observatory, and nehw o *. tained i
nehwo;' RENTON, N. J,, May 26-Hun- a jack. Theme was mish iffkaang- Ihelate Dr. Percival Lowl, whorzesac
creds of names-aed addresses were1ing. ;Peaceful ,podestr4ans paused predicted the existence of the plan-; t f I'rsearcbt
in the possession of the police to-' outic. for may epl ejy t 16 Years before it actually was3
day because their owners played! good -fght, o _even just a plan senananounced that the name urged w
glf, tennis or radios, bought or ordinary figh7t. Pluto was cho en after a host of IE~
sold -gasoline, cigarets or groceries, Som~e policemen came ,along and 'ge antothrene-Min ,erv a rluo.w-yXnatre
or operated trolley cars, busses or! ,nne poker players went to jail. Ie ont he-ievPuo aue
trains in this capital city on Sun- No one explained about 'the five Iand Cronus. The nave has been !'Ne-1;maoutstan(
day. jacksan the :five sees.Itwasth .prse ied to the American Astro- . x.tino
an ~ ~enomical society and the Royal pe.n ofena
Policemen armed with notebooksI general opinion, however, that the 1 Astronomical society, Mr. Putnt n &".r~c~ud rres.3 Photo endenc
and pencils were stati'oned Sunday { playing :cardl c~atni must hiave said, and undoubtedly will be ap - President hoover awardng medals to the seven membes of the navy's crew of the NC- for their! and id
at filling stations, cigar stores andi made a mistake in that particularj proved by the two bodies. trans-Atantic flight in May, 1919. Front rw left to right: Con. Albert C. Read Liut. Clm. Elmer F I A vas
other places of business to record! deck.! After narrowing our choice of Stone, Liut. H. C. Rodd, Cor. John. .Tlowrs, receiving kaward from the President anid Francis F. Adams, central
yv.lations of the vice and immoral- !fnames to three," Mr. Putnam said, secretary of the navy. !xoii
IVty o 78 n pro b 'IJLBE5 R SUMES&A W experienced some cificulty in-_--_--_----_ ---_-_---_-___ -_" -building
served exchanging "currency of the reachinNETg a decision as to which of M VI TTEND LAN CEDURIN EXAMS !Den ar to Reur ition fro
land",for merchandise, or vice' ILSJrNET___ *ILJLJthe suggested Roman deities most1 envvrlI~~r lightene
vemsa, was asked his name and ad- I fittingly described the new planet. BEST IN YEAR, ,DECLARES SEIPLE 1 From Dental Meeting be depi
dress and informed that his name Great Lakes Fisheries Bureau Since its discovery was so pre-em-p-_-___- -- - ---- -I; agm
would be presented to the Mercer Continues Experiments inetly a triumph of reasoning, i- Theat er Maaer Claims Marie! certain to bring a large crowd from - plays.
conygadjr.nerva the goddess of~wisdomt would f n the University Norma Shearer, he!Da acsL Wro h A mo
OfcrStanEs.Research work on experimentalhaebnoucoieadoterIresrIsSuets said was the next best drawing; Dentistry school is expected to r-t it
Onther officers of the law stalked I est t name for so many years been bornI Favoriter. turooa rmametn ftegcla
Vt~rough ,the residential streets bountt eermine the most by an asteroid. 'l c ea ctrsaedoe.vn n trcurriculum crommatteetn of the -the adsa
siangthieasfrsriso desira'ble mesh in this gear for lake "Cronus, the son of Uranus and (anTe illsaremwinde i that urclu omteeo h m blowsdn
non-religious music from radios,!herring has been resumed on Sagi. the father of Neptune," also would gooanexmaenoxcpin oulrtwthhesdns.1j. rlso
na BaayFakJnso aebenaporae u Ct hsod eap roe.no cteatres ever George Bancroft seems to be erican Association of Dental schools l agency
pianos, nt o thrintu-pw a bcoakJoe oetesen proratoru e h ,totherdprvrb ocltearinstrue ot aord Jc Oa ,i teeln.e a
m tsWhntedeetdsc UntdSaeFihrebreufrfinially agreed on Pluto, god of the in this case are the ones benefited;~ h
so~dte koke tth oo fthe GetLkswt sas a very,. good box office at- The association truhe-tuh
metsWenthy etctd h Uedrtaes Fihresh ieaurteregboionsof tedsa nnes ostnsye- frtewe feaiain sItaaction, he said. frts of the committee hopes tolisrt
the citizen and took his name. inteUiesteduresblia ftedsatukonr-the best in the year for their busi- _______ progress
the crewsofntrinstrollyseanitng museums build- gion where planet X holds sway.nssacrigtPulSppea'A make it possible for dental stu-
telike s fviolating athel132-lye a-od The workaccsrdagcontinuationpleof the IJupiter and Neptune already are in tte ihgaih ar2S tore rront A-ttracts dettorasrfom nechlI A ste
TewrisacniutofteI the heavens and it seems appropri-r manageratheMcintetr.!dtsotasfrrm
taboo were duly recorded. Origin- studies which were to have been ate that Pluto, the third brother, Thus the attendance records of Attention of StudentsI to another without great difficulty.I was use
ally the law permitted only drugreueApi1,btwrofnc-alosudhvealc. the theatres disprove the theory1 ___ ____________
store purchases of necessary medi- sity postponed for several weeks be-; "All planets have symbols which! that students spend this entire I Modernistic architecture in Wool-
cinies and the driving of buggies forcas of the slow moving of the frequently are used instead of their! week in studying for their finals, folk's new store front has attracted
urgent reasons. An amendment per- winter's ice from the bay. Collecting whole name, and Pluto lends itself Rather, said Seipple, they seem to1 considerable attentari, especially
ure. Only one train a day is legal. ing run of yellow pickerel has been initials of Percival Lowell, and will Iworrying and to forget about their school interested in contemporary
Director of Public Safety La I centered in Saginaw Bay since it is 'be a fitting memorial to hiim." studies. design of business display units.j
Barre said the police would con- the principal spawning ground in It was found that Sundays are I This front, constructed of new
tinue their check-up next Sunday Lake Huron, not only for lake her- -j ~Stde the most popular show days with marble and monel metal, is the
anitdf the x.sudnda'rsd re-n f rig u as orteyelo pick- I~ .VL~R the students as on this day the ; first of a series of similar fronts{ He wrote his1
sute fomth sddn ebllonoferl.I abtsofXXik Lfe theatres are fuill for almost every to be constructed on South State
alhopkeepers and theatre owners Two investigators, Frank.Jobes of! bt~ Y fl ife performance. This too may be at-j street from Woolfolk's to Williams!otofb
last Sunday, when without prey- the Bureau and Russell Robertson, " ^ ?~ii~ tributed to the same idea that the j street. # I
iountiethyoeethidoranabotoeaoarcodcig A' VL L Lb students are attempting to forget Woofolk's now locatcd at :332 S.
and did a thriving business. f h research work in co-operationl about the studies that stretch be- State street in the store space for-
Somae of the ministers protestedI with the department of conserva- For the past two years Howard fore them until the net week-end,! merly occupied by Derri Pratt and7
and Diector La Barre set the police tion of the State of Michigan; withM Wihoth &hlFre- acrdntoepp.ICopyasbninh ltig
trecording violations. a station at Bay Port, Michigan. I M iho£h colFrs-acrig oSipl.Cmay a eni h ltig a,
____ry and Conservation, has been en- With the exception of Sunday,j business in Ann Arbor for the pastJ/®.
___________________________ the students seem to have very lit-; twenty years.
gaged in the work of collecigin- Ite raioprefehaisofgme!t e r enc te abot teshat
NEW BRUNSWICK .JMy2.frain n h aiso aeIteyg otemto itrs Governors in the United States
-A restaurant Sunday advertised R E
"fresh bootleg rolls." L !in the various wild life refuges and Seipple added that perhaps the will have no hotel bills in Mexico
For te fist tme tw wees d EFL1ECTIflNTS sanctuaries in Michigan to be used most popular actress with Michi-j City. President Oritz Rubio has 1 lrc
thor thzenefirsum n tedfes stebai o h cinii n gan students is Marie Dressler. }laedat their disposal a suit of I fDWD
thedn c ierched frehlyasdheasidfrothessintiic n Any show that she may be in is rooms in his house. ;aCI
bae n eiee ra n ol ~practical management of other seia Rg-
with Sunday dinner for two weeks _- __-_!eacrr'A j Patur s jl .

NCE'SAVNCE
pmnent Gra -hically Shown
Form Theme of 1933
:hicago Expedition.
TEMIPLE PLANNED
(By 1 W!c(ivt I Pess)
!GO, May 26.-Dramatic
alI of the advances of
particularly during the last
s, has been recommended as
ainant theme for the 1933
fair at Chicago.
ecommendation was con-
in a report of the national
1council's science advisory
le to the trustees of the
on. Among the features
,ere:
ts showing graphically the
of the principal sciences;
ding discoveries and phe-
,;methods of the applica-
science, and the muitual de-
e of science, modern life
lustrial development.
,t temple of science as the
structure of the lakeside
on grounds. 'Within this
the drama of man's trans-
am the dark ages to the eni-
d twentieth century would
cted in a chronological ar-
ent of symbols and dis-
untain range of large scale
re the facts of the biolo-
id earth sciences and show
ption of metals and mnn
man's purposes through
of industry.
Eya temple, wherein the
)f anthropology would be 11-
d and man's origin and
sportrayed.
el girder weighing 101 tons
,d in .a railroad bridge near
le, Cal.
biggest song hits-
roken hearts !
- Song Hits!r
Technicolor!
Danecs r

BULLETIN-Free Show Thursday.
Johnny and Joey.
'Song of the West" front the
Stallings - Youmans - Hammerstein
stage production "Rainbow" opens
today at the Majestic for a four1
day run. Featured are John Boles
of the lanky figure and' Joe E.
Brown of the comical countenance,E
while one Vivienne Segal provides
the feminine pulchritude.
Eddie and Patsy. I
"Wide Open," a comedy which
may have either a Western of a'
Detroit locale, is at the Wuerth to- f
*day, starring Edward Everett Hor-
ton and Patsy Ruth Miller. Hjor-
ton, incidentally, is probably the!
most talented talking screen come- I
dian from an acting standpoint.
Winnie, Al, and Clara.
jThe Auto City has Winnie Light.-
ner ready to "Hold Everything"1
until tomorrow when Al Jolson be-
gins to "Mammy" at the State,
while Clara Bow is "True to the,
Navy" at the Michigan.-B. J. A. R

jally in the sanctuary at It'tlinGladcotyhs* S
2:C
r.imaking a most extensive i 7 :0
i. In this reserve consist-
Lpproximately 2,500 .acres, he
vceeded in a careful obser-j
)f -the habits of several hun-
ieasants. This bird is con-
the principlie upland game
southern Michigan.
s also spent some time col-
information on such preda-1
iimals as hawks, weasels,1
inks. The damage which!
,imals do to game he has' N
hiowever, is very slight.
AGO-(AP)-A total of 1,-)I beaus
persons moved dfrom the! keen
o the cities in 1929 while !
3 were moving from the' -
athe farms, says the Amner- ! ,
rm bureau federation. The
ed total fa-rm. population on'
1930, was 27,222,0,00 - the
in 30 ye,-rs. I

IOW S
00-3:00
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WUERTH

STARTING
TODAY

EDWARD
EVERET°T
HORTON

PA TS
RUTH
MILLER

I

its

O MAN WITH A DACE LIKE THAT COULD CONVINCE A
JUDGE HE WAS SANE
lrk and stormy night-a sedate bookkeeper's bachelor abode-a
tiful unknown enters on a mysterious mission--What hano ens will
you howling with mirth and breathless suspense.

FIGH TER5" (IF S<
The greaffst
Grantland -
Rice 1/'" h
Talking ~ a a then :_
of them all 1 n>' left'e1
"HELLO wrt1+'
vitaphonieh
Comedy
PATI~l
_N EWS
Wl3DNESDAY-"RUTH CHATTERTON IN "~SARAH AND SON"
MATINEE TODAY AT 3:15
(NOD Performance Tonight)
And Every Night the Remainder of the Week
4 Matinoes Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 3:15

I

STARTING

TODAY

L,

FRESH FROM HER SENSATIONAL
THE METROPALITAN OPERA

SUCCESS AT
HOUSE

SERIES OF
DRMTCREADINOS
Henry Lawrence
SOUTH WICK
j EMERSON COLLEGE OF ORATORY
READING
King Lear,
By
I WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

100% Natural Color
{ With All the Color of the Golden West

"tRAINI
JOHN BOLES

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JOE E. BROWN
Policy "
2:00Ivr
3:50
35Sc
7:00
5o .,v

RCS -CEPT t1fND©-R.'O N -
HAS' THE DIS"TI NQTION TO P4-3 e-NTi
ANGLIN'
AMEPLICAS -GREATEST STA.
in ophockes' Clazssic Masterpiece
with Ainsworth Anrold, Robert Henderson, Amy Loomis,
L ewis Mcmichac01, Claire St. Claire, Victor Adamns, and a
New York Cast.
The ,Broadwav Critics could not say enough: "tWill live forever in the
mernory"-"'1'he ninnacle of dramatic art"-"Louder and louder grew

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