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V AIET Y TO MARK
ADIO BROADCAST
I usc and Talks by Engineering,
Aa Professors Scheduled.

UN E MPLOYMENT COMMITTEE SEEKS SOLUTIONS
TO PROBLEMS IN CONFERENCE WITH PRESIDENT

The Michigan Night program
which will be broadcast tonight
from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock from the

Lpectures for Former Students in University studio over WJR will
City Area Arranged to feature two speakers from the en-
Promote Culture. gineering college and one from the
Law school besides music.
SCTEDULE ANNOUNCED1 Prof. John B. Waite, of the Law'
school, will discuss "Patent Law."1
Extension Division Cooperates He will clear up some of the doubt
But Credit Will Not that has surrounded the obtaining
be Offered. of patents* and the protection af-
beOfrd forded by the patent. Prof. Lewis
Definite efforts*are underway at ~ptland of the engineering college
will discuss the radio and what it
the present time to organize lecture means to civilization. Prof. A. D.
courses and alumni study and dis- Moore, of the electrical engineer-
cussion groups in Detroit with the # g department, will talk on "Heat-
object of bringing the 9,000 alumni irg by Electricity.'
In and around the city into closer , Thelma Lewis, instructor of voice,
in andaoudhe ity nto cloer- and Louise Nelson, instructor of
intellectual touch with the IUniver-piano, both on the faculty of the
sity, Wilfred B. Shaw, director of school of Music will furnish the
alumni relations, announced yes, music for the program.
terday.
Appointment of Gordon W. Kings- GRA TEFUL BANDIT
bury, prominent Detroit graduate of TO RE TURN LOO T
the University and active member'
of the University of Michigan club, (By Associated Press)
as field representative for the de- MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 24.-
veklp.ment of the interest and co- The installment idea appealed to
operation of the groups, was also Andrew Drew, real estate broker.
announced by Shaw. Meeting in a hotel the young
To Be Given at Ingleside. gunman who held him up last
The first course of lectures in iept. 4, Drew demanded the $1,125
various fields of general interest will he had handed over, on threat of
be given at the Ingleside club, of informing the police.
which a large number of Michigan The recent robber was eager to
graduates are members. return the money but it was spent
According to the program devel- and he had no job.<
oped and outlined by Shaw, the Drew thought it could be arrang-
subjects and dates have been sched- e s h a relatid the
rled as follows: dshsadrltngte ci
. as , follor Amrent "we made a deal whereby he
Nov. 11, "Modern American>t a ebc t olrady
IDrama.," Prof. O. J. Campbell, of the . to pay me back at a dollar a day,
nglishi department; Nov. 25, "The 0 per month." In return Drew had
Present Political Situation in Eur-Iflnd the youth a job.
ope,' Prof. James K. Pollock, of the Tayments start this week and if
political science department; Dec. 9, 1he installments stop-police will
"Fow and What to Read," Prof. C. wet the robber's name.
D. Thorpe, of the English depart-
ment; Jan. 6, "The Policeman's formed on subjects of contemporary
Problem," Prof. John B. Waite, of interest in social, artistic, legal, and.
the Law school; Jan. 20, "Modern "iterary fields.
Art," Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson, of Similar projects are under way
the fne arts department; Feb. 3,1 for other groups of Michigan men
"A Lost Century in American His- :nd women. The University of
tory," Prof. Arthur S. Aiton, of the i Michigan club of Detroit is consid-
history department; Feb. 17, "The! ering the inauguration of a similar
Latest Ideas on Interior Decora- lecture course for its members, and
tion," W. J. Gores, of the architec- the alunnae group at Birmingham
tural department; March 3, "Your is arranging for a series of lectures
Child is Different," Prof. Howard Y. tressing sociology, international
McClusky, of the educational psy- politics and literature, to be given
chOlogy department; March 17, ,n the BJirmingham library.
"1iproving Detroit's Back Yards," While the courses are developed
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi, of the land- in co-operation with the extension
scope design department; March 31, division of the University, they are.
"The Government and Business," not given for credit, and the special
Prof. I. L. Sharfman, of the eco- needs of the mature college gradu-
nom1ics department. ate are to be taken into considera-
Discussion to Follow. I tion by all the speakers. Further
The lectures, it is expected, will 'information of these courses, as well
be of a more or less informal nature as assistance in the formation of
and will be followed by free discus- further alumni groups, can be ob-
sion on the topics presented. Their tained through Gordon W. Kings-
primary object will be to stimulate i bury who has established an office
thought and to keep the alumni in- at 2237 Book tower, Detroit.

What's
r r
On
Thee res;.
Lydia Mend ssih--"Olympia,"
Comedy Club proontation.
Maje AeW ; A Widow" with
Gloria Swaen.
i a i C ie Wife" with
Dorothy - e and Lewis Stone.
Wuer ugh Romance" with
George Olhien: "Aound the Cor-
ner" with George Sidney and
Charlie Murray.
Organizaiins.
Craftsmen'1 club-Meeting at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Masonic
temple.;
Gargoyle-Cartoonists and others
interested, meeting at 10:30 o'clock
this morning in the Press building.
Activities.
Union-Dancing from 9 o'clock
until midnight.
League-Dancing from 9 o'clock
until midnight.

SENATE INQUIRIES
TO BE CQNTINUED
Investigations to be Started
Following Elections.
(Byl Assocatd Press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.-Con-
gressional investigations, new and
old will swing into action soon af-
ter the Nov. 4 election brings a
halt to the campaigning activities
of members.
Two new senate inquires will get
underway during November-one
dealing with the banking system,
the other with leases of postoffice
buildings. The senate's study of
campaign expenditures and the in-
vestigation of communist activities
will resume full sway.
Senator Glass, Democrat, Vir
ginia, chairman of the senate com-
mittee directed to inquire into the
banking system, has set Nov. 15
for opening these hearings.
MONROE LUNCH
Corner Monroe and Oakland
Your Neighborhood Restaurant
Dinner 40c and 50c

The committee appointed by President Hoover to deal with unemplo
White House alter a conference with the President. Left to right: Euge
reserve system; Secretaries Ray Lyman Wilbur, Patrick Hurley, Andrew IM
J. Davis.
ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIES

Associated Press P/ow
yment problems is shown at the

2ne Meyer, governor of the federal
Vellon, Robert I. Lamont, and James
To OpenPoppy Sale
William Pommerening, command-
er of the Ann Arbor post of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars, said that
proceeds of the poppy sale which
will be held today will be used for
furtherance of welfare work for
veterans and their independents.
The sale will open at 8:30 o'clock.
Both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
will aid in the sale of 5,000 received
by the post. The funds will be used
for welfare work in Ann Arbor and

LAST
TIMES
TODAY

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Continuous
Shows
1:30, 11:00

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

RALLIES TO OPEN
PARTY CAMPAIGN
Republican Party Plans Three'
Pre-Election Meetings. '
Washtenaw county Republicans;
will start the political ball rollingI
next week With three meetings
scheduled at Whitmore Lake, Platt,
and Lodi.
The meetings, which will be held
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,1
w il1 precede a visit of Attorney-
General Wilbur M. Brucker, Repub-
lican gubernatorial candidate, to
Washtenaw county on Thursday.
At the Platt rally Monday night,
the committee announced, plat-,
forms of county candidates will be
presented. Dr. Charles McKenny,
p'resident of Michigan State Normal
college, will be the principal speak-,
er at the Whitmore Lake rally.
PolicemanInjured
Motorcycle policemen in Ann Ar-
bor are finding the going a little
"rough."
Thursday Herbert Kapp, 1425 1

Broadway, returned to his h oim e
from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital
after being confined since July 29I
of injuries received in an accident
on Detroit street.
The same night Clifford Stang,
609 West Madison street, patrolling

GEORGE O'BRIEN
in
"Rough Romance"
A refreshing moveone drama of
those great North timber regions
where ouick fisted guntottrs are
out to get their man-or woman,.
too, if she's as pretty as Marna.
COMING SUNDAY
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY

GE9RGE .CHARLES
SIDNEY MURRAY
in
"Around the Corner"
A rip-roaring riot with the screen's
funniest team. True-to-life char-
acters, hilarious situations, plenty
of romance and riotous climaxes!

MILTON SILLS
"THE SEA WOLF"

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W e s t Huron, collided with a car vicin
driven by Harold Cook, 613 East
William street. Stang, who received
lacerations of the right knee, was
treated at St. Joseph's, and then re-
moved to his home.
BRIGHTSPOT
802 PACKARD STREET
TODAY 5:30 to 7:00
SWISS STEAK
SPANISH PORK CHOPS
ROAST BEEF
ROAST LOIN OF PORK
JELLY
MASHED POTATOES
CREAMED CABBAGE
35c
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Welcom- c
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Again we welcome you back to Ann

Arbor

for this annual game. Ii

nedless to say that wep are glad to

have you here once more and

we

know you will be glad that you came.

Because-the private secretary comes so
close to her employer-she bas set a
new standard among men. The young
business woman who may not be emo'
tionally involved with the man to
whom she gives her working hours-
finds ueverthekess that her persoinal
life is colored and complicated by her
association with this man. See and
hear the picture that has started a
controversiesl

What ever the result may be,

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know it will be a good game, hard
fought and cleanly played, one that
we all will enjoy.

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