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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

]FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1931

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ANGELL WiLL TALK
TO DEBATE LEAGUE,

LADY WILKINS CHRISTENS NAUTILUS,
POLAR SUBMARINE, WITH ICE CRASH
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Will Speak at Convocation
High School Debaters
Here on May 1.

of

President James R. Angell, of
Yale university, will be the chief

speaker at the annual convocationI
of the Michigan High School De-F
bating league, to be held at '11
o'clock Friday morning, May 1, in
Hill auditorium, Prof. George E.
Densmore, of the Speech depart-
ment, announced yesterday.
All high school pupils of the state
have been invited by the debatingl
league to attend this meeting and'
to participate n the activities
scheduled for the entertainment of
the debate delegates.t
The final debate will be held at
8:15 o'clock Friday night in Hill
auditorium. At that time the win-
ner of the ainual series will be de-'
tided.
The program of the day is as fol-
lows:
At 2 o'clock the students will be
taken on tours throughout the
buildings and grounds of the cam-
pus. At 3 o'clock there will be a
student conference at which Regis-
trar Ira M. Smith will speak.
Through the courtesy of the Ath-
letic association, the debate dele-
gates will be given complimentary,
tickets to the Michigan vs. Colgate
baseball game. This will be at 4:05'
o'clock, at Ferry field.
At the same time a concert by
the Michigan All-State High School
orchestra will be presented at Hill
auditorium. A concert will also be
offered by the University of Mich-,
igan band at 7:45 o'clock in Hill
auditorium.
Irving Pond Discusses
'Psychology of Form''
"Psychology of Form" was the
subject of the third lecture which
Irving K. Pond, prominent Chicago
architect, delivered yesterday in the
auditorium of the Architectural
building.
In the talk, Pond discussed howl
the philosophy of the different1
races has influenced the style of
architecture. The pyramids of Egy-
pt, he said, may contain both the
vertical and horizontal principles;
of architecture. He spoke of the
Egyptian architecture as being
comparatively simple due to the;
geography and climate conditions
which influence man's philosophy.
SAND-GRAVEL
WASHED, SCREENED
ALL SIZES
CALL
7075, 7112 OR 21014
KILLINS GRAVEL CO,

OYT INANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS
LIQURSENTECSI
Thompson, Custer Plead Guilty Committee Opens Bids Disorderly Man Fined
to Charges Before Judge on Main Trunk Sewer Arrested yesterday on a charge of
i eorgeW.SampleBdhen g-being drunken and disorderly, A. G.
Geore W Samle.Bids for the financing of the pro- Sisson was sentenced to five days
Pleading guilty to charges of Dos- posed $300,000 main trunk sanitary in county jail and a $10 fine plus
session of liquor for sale, two sewer, considered by Fred C. Perry, $6.95 court costs in circuit court.
youths, one a former senior in the city clerk to be the best submitted-
School of Education, were sentenc- on a city project in 20 years, were Pcsses B gus Checks
1,1 yesterday by Circuit Judge opened yesterday mrnriing by the n
George W. Sample. nem eeti aaugh, 1525 Golden
AL i 'fnomiSon. 21 years old, of finance committee. street, is being held in county jail
Marion, Ind., was sentenced to Eight financial houses of Ann to await a hearing next Wednesday
serve from six months to two years Arbor, Detroit, and Toledo submit- afternoon on a charge of issuing
in the state prison at Jackson in ted 17 bids on the project. for which traduulent checks.
cftfault of payment of a fine of $100 bonds amounting to $350,000 were
and costs or $50. Custer, a student authorized in last November's city
here last semester, and also of Mar- elections. This figure was reduced
on, Ind., was permitted to return to $300,000 by action of the common
to his home on his own recogniz- council.
ance. HIis case is still under investi- Perry indicated that the council
gatlon, Prosecutor Rapp said. would experience some difficulty in
SThe youths were arrested Jan. 27 selecting the best bid since all of
by county officers in connection those submitted were exceptionally
with a campus liquor ring operated good and showed little variation in
by Orrie Brown, former Law school rate of interest, premium, and date
fie,: lieia. . of maturity._W
EDWARD G
NOWN 2:00-340D
SH WING 7:00-9:00 DOUG! .FAIR

Entries for Hillel's
Stunt Show Continue
Entries for the annual Hillel stunt
show may be made until Saturday,
Morton Frank, '33, chairman, an-
nounced last night. Fourteen groups,
composed of fraternity, sorority,
and independent students hnave en-
tered skits for the show, sponsored
by the Hillel Players.
Two prizes will be awarded the
winners, Arthur Bernstein, '31, pres-
ident of the players, announcedi.
Musical, dramatic and acrobatic
stunts may be entered.
The show will be held the week
after spring vacation, probably in
the Laboratory theatre. The players
will supervise stage setting, but
members of the stunts will arrange
their individual costum-ing.

lith

. ROBINSON
1BANKS JR.

Cracked ice made to crash against the bow by the hand of Lady
Wilkins christened the submarine Nautilus in which Sir Hubert Wilkins
and his party will attempt to reach the north pole under the ice. Jean
Jules Verne, grandson of the French novelist, who came to America to
assist in the ceremonies, is standing beside Lady Wilkins.

R co ruled supreme, for in his racket he was judge,
jury and executioner. e made only one mistake in his life
-he tried to break a bond of love!
The GangsPW

MUSIC STUDENTS I
TO GIVE RECITAL
Burnette Bradley, '32SM, and1
Robert Crandall, '32SM, will present
a recital at 8:15 o'clock tonight in
the School of Music auditorium to
which the general public is invited
without admission charge.
Miss Bradley is a student of voicei
under Prof. James Hamilton. Be-1
fore coming to the School of Music
she studied one year in France. She
recently sang the role of Aida in a
recital before one of Ann Arbor
women's groups., %au, -4
Miss Bradley will give the follow-
ing numbers:
Notre Amour and Clair de Lune,
by Faure; Nevicata and Nebbie, by
Respighi; Ich Liebe Dich, by Bee-
thoven; Zu Eignung, by Strauss;
and Erlkonig, by Schubert. Grace
Snyder will assist at the piano.
The Boys'tCashington Club Presents
Douglas Fairbanks in
"The Iron MasK"
at the
PATTENGILL AUDITORIUM
Ann Arbor High Schooli
Friday, March 27, 1931
Two Shows--4:00 and 7:30
Children, 10c Adults, 25 cent

Campbell to Lecture
in Program at League
Continuing with the fourth oft
the series of readings sponsored by
the League library committee, Prof.
0. J.LCampbell, of the English de;
partment, will be the featured
speaker at 3:30 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon, in the Grand Rapids room
of the League.
Tea will be served following the
lecture. All faculty members and
townspeople, as well as students,
may attend.
BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD ST.
TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30
FRIED PERCH
MEAT LOAF
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES
DILL PICKLES
BOSTON CREAM PIE
COFFEE OR MILK
30c
5:30 to 7:30
BROILED HALIBUT, TOMATO
SAUCE
SPANISH OMELETTE
STUFFED PORK CHOPS
BAKED VEAL CUTLETS
ROAST BEEF
MASHED OR FRENCH FRIED
POTATOES
CORN OR VEGETABLE SALAD
35Sc

ADDED ATTRACTIONS

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Heavy Bath Towels

Regularly 18c each! Extra heavy
Size 36 by 18. ,Bordered style.
colors to choose from. SEVEN for.
Downstairs Store

bath towels.
Mayrv

WE DELIVER

PHONE 82411

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LAST TIMLS TODAY
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Linen Toweling
Regular 25c grade! Pure linen crash toweling.
16 inches in width. Natural color. Fancy $1
borders. SIX yards for .............
Downstairs Store

SATURDAY!-

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Ruffled Curtains
EXCELLENT VALUES! Fine marquisette
tains with tie backs to match. 2 '/yards
long. Regular 69c grade. TWO pairs for
Downstairs Store
Glazed Chintz pillows
Fancy patterns. Beautiful colors. Filled
cotton. Size 18 by 18 inches. A real
value at THREE forS.. t...
Downsta irs Store

cur-
$1

With
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Steven's Towels
Of excellent all pure white linen with blue, pink
or yellow striped borders! Size 17x32
inches. SEVEN for.... .. ...........I
Annex Store

Starting Today at 8:30 a.
m. Mack's present the OUT-
STANDING event of the
75 t h SPRING OPENING
SALES ... two great DOL-
LAR DAYS!
For weeks every depart-
ment has been making pre-
parations for this big event!
Those who attended the Do-
bar Sai of hat month, know
he R EMARKA3LE VAL-
VES tat were offered, and
h is n-icnh~ they ar~e even
greater?
A large proportion of the
offerings is regular stock that
will be sold at exceptional
discounts. Other merchan-
dise was bought at special
prices just for these 2 days!
In every instance the SAV-
INGS are EXTRAORDIN-
ARY. You will find it well
worth your while to :BUY
NOW for all future needs.
Here are only a few of
hundreds of these excellent
values.!
SPECIAL SALE!
Friday and Saturday Only!
SI 1f on osiery
An exceptional quality-with the new dull finish!
GRENADINE
PAIR

New Bags
Envelopes! Zippers! Handle styles!
Tapestry, Moire or fancy leathers in
newest colors! Special..............
Main Floor

Women's Shoes
Specially priced now, $4.85, less $1.00. 175
Black kid, patent leather, blue one straps,
satin pumps . . in broken sizes. Original
values to $10.00 ....................Less
Main Floor
Linen Handkerchiefs
Plain white linen handkerchiefs or gay
prints with cord or narrow hems! 12
for. M. . ... .
Main Floor

Choose
the $

Phoenix Dull Chiffon
Regularly $1.35! Dull finish lovely chiffon
hosiery with picot tops and silk plated feet!
In the newest Spring shades. Sizes 8/2 $
to 102,PAIR....
Main Floor

pairs!
black
$1

linen
$1

England sends you her
loveliest lady! Hailed by the
critics as "The most beauti-
ful star this side of heaven"!
1
Last season when Evelyn
Laye starred in Ziegfeld's
p 1 a y, "Bitter Sweet," all
New York knelt at her feet!
. Now she makes her audi-
ble screen debut in a ro-
mantic adventure written by
the famed novelist, Louis
Bromfield

Costume Gloves
$2.95, $3.95 and $4.95 values. Pull-on
skin or kid gloves . . . all colors.
Sizes. $1.00 less...................
Main Floor

style Doe-
All ;

$ 1.25
$1.50
$1.19
plete

New Madeira Linens
Madeira Scarfs, size 18x36 inches, $1.00;
round Madeira center pieces, 24 inches, $1;
Madeira Vanity Sets, 3 pieces corn- 5
for .
Annex Store

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Pequot Sheets
Regular $1.65 values! Only a limited quantity
of these Pequot sheets of superb quality muslin!
Seamless! Bleached! Three-inch at hem top ,%
and one inch hem at bottom! Size 81x90
Annex Store

New Pajamas
For women or children! Bright new printed pa-
jamas in absolutely guaranteed fast colors. Made
with wide trousers and tuck-in blouses.$
Sizes 2 to 20........... ........
Main Floor
Men's Shirts and Shorts
These were special values at 59c each, and are
the regular $1.00 grade. White or pastel
shades. Finest rayon. Full cut. All sizes. $
TWO for......
Downstairs Store
Wash Frocks
$1.95 values! Er/iy Spring styles in guaranteed
fast colors! Printed or plain colors . . . broad-
cloths, fine materials and cotton prints. Choose
several at this reduced price! Sizes 14 to $
52!........................
Downstairs Store
Men's Broadcloth Shirts
Exceptional values! Fine pre-shrunk broadcloth
shirts, collar attached style, full cut, 7 buttons, 1

Cannon Wash Cloths
With long nap, soft and pleasing! White
borders in all pastel colors! Size 12x12
inches. Package of 15 for............
Annex Store

with
$1

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End Tables

Regularly $1.39! Best T,
$1.00! Walnut finish!
stretchers! Scalloped top

Fable we ever had at
Turned legs and
.$1....

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