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TUESDAY, oCTOIBER 21 , 1930

TH-E. MICH11GAN DATT.Y

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Tappiig Ai-inounces Plans for
Tw(or iMore T rains to Take
Rotr' crs to Harvard.
La ' 1> ,a on ill Attend
Annni )inerin Boston
Befoe &iaonfray.
With the rohirn of University
:students ,)inm the game at Colum-
bus, followers,-, of the team are be-
fgjnning to look. forward to the trip
I0Ca nbridgve when the varsity will
meet the Ifs rvarcl eleven in one of
the nest important games of the
season.
Student rooters, alumni, Varsity

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MAJOR RUY Z' 'BARAN, ASCOARELA
LEA REELTROOPS IN SANT.A ANNA

CON"
What'sN
Going
I On
Iaje ip "Alaoffs" with lRonald 4
Kay Johns on, eiicDen ad
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SVLTS HOO VER.
WARET DROPj Screen Reflections.

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y;. f I j, N-i ' '7 ly ~yot s
>:":";::.t:,.t.d.) _ure o 7:3
o'clock tonight in2the7Al")a(N
AsoitdIresPooItc i a e-Mcfg a
it has recie nAiar rn fbsiested1nd eea at
a________ ¢ Veroccie:I bilio sfamus"Maona ad aou th peset cnmi, ita
Was i,7amcascaigiftf frogeteeaqueenffofoftievlonitherystockpmarket.
Sat nadi_ rc, ___ iu.Vsc aea rgt to atint1IIEiSTYO CCi ' 1' I rsdn ovr eea iei
the ao aulo rvoluioni 12.Th rtdprtet fte nv.r-I re t cqan tePrsdntwt

Raffles Baffles
Not q uit as thrilling as in "ul
dog Drunin," bui, 1tt more s,.ave
and polished as the gentlyezmanj
crook, ?konald Colmnan provide:; a
consistently entertaining, hour in
"R.affles," in its last dayv at the
Maj estic.
And instead of Rockforid and
Ann Arb~r's own heralded Fr~ances
Dade, it is an extremfiely fascinat-
ing Kay Francis who plays the lead
to' Colinaln, Mt-iss Dabde only break-
ing into a few scenes. But on with
the story--which concerns the not-
so-successful final haul of a debon-
air crac?,,man for the sake of an
erring buddy, resulting in a number
of, tense situations with well-drawn
huimorous' relief.
Acting' and direction are fault-
less. Anid even 'though "Raffles"
fails to approach previous Colmnan
epics, it's sure entertainment.
Detroit Offers
"Billy the Kid," the first produc-
tion of the new "realife" third-
dimensional-effect screen, is on
view at the Paramount in the Auto
City. John Mack Brown and Wal-
lace Beery head the cast.Nrm
Talmadge's "DuBarry" has also
opened at the United Artists.
i f of the rFrenchl D'Orsay's
burns up the Fox stage in person
this week. Aert.

Social Wor.k Conferenice Will
Several mnembiers of thle sociplogy
faculty will taker prolmnen-p1rt
in. theeihenhanametg
of the Michig an conerece of -
cial work, which _wlill hold it~s th1re-
day session ,tth Wme' Lcu
building hepre, Nov. 5, G, and 7.
Prof. A. E \A Wo. whio is a mem1-
ber of the executive comimittee of
the conference, will direct a lunch-
eon meeting' on " Tr-ain-ing for Social
Work" on Nov. 7. Pr~of. L. J. Carr
will also lead a luncheo)nn meeting
the sanme day on they sul-jectl, "Un -
emnployment," while IDr.%AAbert hM.
Barrett, director ofthei-- state psy-
chopathic hospital here, will con-
duct a psychiatric clinic on Nov. 7.
President Alexander G. Rauthv-eirn
will welcomre the opening ge neral
session Nov. 7. The, main address
at the first meeting will be given by
Sanford Bates, director of the
bureau of federal prisons a t Wash-
ington, who will spealk on 'The
New Program of the Federal Gov-
erment for Prisons, Prob61atioins,

squad, and band will roll out of the
Michigan Central stations here and
at Detroit on Nov. 6 and 7 on at
least two and possibly more Mich-
igan football specials, T. Hawley
Tapping, general secretary of the
alumni association, announced yes-
terday afternoon.
Train Schedules Annouced
The alumni special, which leaves
here Thursday, Nov., 0, with its
desti-ation the national Michigan
alumni dinner in Roston the fol-
lotwing night, will cary sveral
Olumni who are seking a. scond
version of the smo'l~r which was
held at Harvard 14 years ao, when
Michigan last played the Crimson
in the Fast.
Mr. Tapping has announced the
fllowing schedule for the two
trains:
Leaving Thursday, November 6
Schedule Going
Leave Anin Arbor Thursday, Nov.
6, 5p. n.
Leave Detroit Thursday, Nov. 6,
5:55 p . c.
Arrive oston Friday, Novi7
10:45 a; in.c
Schedule Returning:
Leave Boston Saturday, Nov. ,
11:55 P. i.C
Arrive Detroit Sunday, Nov. 9,r
5:30 n..m. .
Arrive Ann Arbor Sunday, Nov. 9,
6:15 p. i.F
Leaving Friday, November 7
Schedule Going:
Leave Ann Arbor Friday, Nov. 7,
2:30 p. m.
LeavyeDetroit Friday Nov. 7,
3:25 p, . 1
Arrive Loston Saturday, Nov. F,
1:30 a. m.
Schedue Returning:
Leave Boston Saturday, Nov. 8,
11:55 p. in.
Arrive Detroit Sunday, Nov. 9,
5:30 p. i.,
Arrive Ann Arbor Sunday, Nov. 9,
6:15 p. in.
Other Specials To Run
On the Thursday special will be
large delegations from Chicago,
Joliet, Milwaukee, Grand Rapids,
Toledo, Lansing, Battle Creek, In-
dianapolis, Kalamazoo, Jackson and
numerous other alumni centers.
In some cases special cars will
be hooked on to regular trains at
these points and will be transferred
to the alumni special train at De-
troit. From Chicago these cars
will run as a part of the crack Wol-
verine of the Michigan Central
railroad.
O'roke Makes Radio
A ddress 'on Subject
of rMy Lady's Furs'
Prof. E. C O'Roke, of theforestry
rschool, treated the subject, ".My
Lady Must Have Furs," in a humor-
ours vein yesterday afternoon in his
radio address delivered over Station
WJR from the University studio.
The talk, prepared to give the ra-
dio audience some of the trade
names under which furs are sold,
had the setting for the story around
a campfire in the land of the here-
after-the Happy Hunting Grounds
of the American Indian.

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ANARBR 1NEWS-BRI[EFS
I PO ITC L R 4U S The Washtenaw committee of Re-
ISTART CAMP IGN publicans formulated plans for the
* !~campaign at a meeting last nighlt, I
Gubrnaoral andd~5 Panand a political rally, originally
scheduled for Monday night in!
Meetings in Ann Arbor. Webster township, was postponed
Washtenaw county will be the until Friday.
campaign front of both Pepublicans
and Democrats durP~in Lie nest twvo Pollice Arrest "three I
weeks. Three persons are being held by,
Opening wiith camnpaig n meetings'AnAbrplc frsolfig
in MVIilani on Saturday and in Free-An Aropliefrspitng; and are awaiting trial. They aret
dorn township last night, the Demo-LusCmigadhswfPal
critic party tod~ay will start on aLo Cummings, and iswiohnsonawl
conumringsonanddiitrictotournwhich!
wicoersioappsriatyr150hies.were arrested. Saturday by police I
wil caer pprxiatey 113 ile. in a downtown store. The police also
The candidates will visit Man- reported they had been notified of
chester, Chelsea, Ypsilan ;i, Saline
and Ann Arbor. Edward Frensdorf, a hold-uip yesterday in Wayne,
Democratic candidate for Congress, staged by three menf, and who whenI
will be the principal speaker on last seen were headed toward A-n
each 'occasion. (Arbor.
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Oint the clea-ne-'st lockerm
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9CI-rm
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YTOU don't have to make any
one of the teams to have
i Athlete's Foot."r The glee club
probably has some victims. 'Tae
man who gets all his exercise
out of differential calculus, ?not
to mention the "crammer" and
the "'plugger," nay be wonder-
ing about that :redness between
the toes, with i-t-c-h-i-n-g. Or it
may show up with a thick, moist
skin condition. Ohr again, with
tiny blisters on toes, or a dry.
ness with scales.
The fact is, all these symptoms
point straight at the ingwornm
germ known to the boys in
Science Hall as tinedi trichophay-
ton. This tiny parasite of the
vegetable kingdom has infected
about half the men in college,
according to tany authorities.
The U. S. Health Service reports
that "at least half of all adults
suffer from it at some~ time,"
:Universities as far a,-art asry Cal-ori n c~ * eUG S~
fud0%of the nci :fleeted.
And the co-eds getito. Little
iincaeIcl 9Iopyton ha s mado it-.
self a Ca'Lpus pesL.
It lurks in the very places

where we all go for cleanliness
and health-on the edges of
swimming pools and showers-
in gymn~iasiums-on locker- and4
dressing room loors. In spite oI
modern sanitation (you ha re to
boil socks 15 minutes to kill it)
this fungus parasite infects am
re-infects bare feet almost a;zjy
time they come in contact «ilh
dlamp iloors.
f Absorbine ,Jr. kills the
germ of
"ATHLETE'S FOOT"
Tests in a famous New York
"lab" have revealed that Absor-
-bine Jr. penetrates flesh-like
tissues deeply and that whecr-
ever it penetrates, it KILLS the
ringworm germ.
?It might not be a bad islea to
examine yoar feet ton.irgla. A t
the first si gh of the ypot
ln( e d do s onb o Jr. And keep a hot- ',
Ih'_dy? ineyour locker as a
t' v E'ie. Use it after ev a eexa-
rcof bare feet ondapfo>
At ailldruggiss®-$! .2?.WV ,.
Yc ug, Inc., Springfiel d, ;' ..s.

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