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PLANS COMVPLETED
F0 Om FOML DANCE
IN UNIONBALL HOG
Women Students Given Privilege
of Staying Out Until
2:30 O'Clock.
NICHOLS TO LEAD MARCH

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II t.iMI U H I AlN lDJA I L YTHUR TDAY, NDV TUDIR C, "O

KING BORIS OF BULGARIA WEDS HEIR OF ROYAL C Ur B 0l l2FRESHMAN DINING
ITALIAN FAMILY IN HISTORIC CUC TASIIULLE I CC L CLUB STILL OPEN
mo Dflfl0IA valuable opportunity for fresh-
FHll IIJIUIUn to male social con acs Wth
r° r members of their own clas is seen
School of Music Orchestra Also in the newly organized freshmen
Prepares to Broadcast dining club, which is being spon-
ThisWeek'rods sored by the Student Christian -

TO IMPROVE RAI
Herbarium Director Experiments
to Produce Perfect

Marion Hardy and His Columbia
Recording Orchestra Will
Feature Music,
Plans for the Union formal ball,
the first of its kind to be given by'
the organization, are all completed,
it was stated last night by Albert
F. Donohue, '31, president of the
Union. The ball will be held to-
morrow night in the ballroom of
the Union.
Late permission for women stud-
ents was granted at the meeting of.
the Senate Committee on Student
Affairs on Tuesday. This permission
allows woman students who sign
out for the ball to stay out until.
2:30 o'clock tomorrow night.
A much enlarged Union seal,
similar in design to the seal on
the life membership pins of the
Union, is being constructed by
students in the engineering school Members of virtually every ro
and will be especially illuminated. Mricrs ofItaly asehysr
Other decorations will be in the Princess Giovanna of Italy as his
form of palms and ferns, probably The wedding took place in the his
from the greenhouses of the Uni-
versity.
-Grand March at 11 O'Clock.
The 9:rand march will begin at n
11 o'clock. At its head will be
George F. Nichols, '32, chairman of
the dance committee of the Union SELLING IL IUITi
under whose directions the plans
for the formal have been carried
out, and his escort Miss Harriet President Requests Additional
Kyson, '34, of Maplewood, N. J. Membership at First Meeting
Marion Hardy and his Alabam- o ga
ians, Columbia Recording orches- of rganization.
tra, is coming direct from Chicago
for the dance. At the present time, PROGRAM IS ARRANGED1
he is playing in the Merry GardenI
cafe in -Chicago, and has been 1 A demand for more students
previously featured at the El Tor- from schools other than the arts
reon ballroom in Kansas City and and architecture schools was made
at the Boulevard de Paris night
club in St. Paul, Minn. by Lorne E. Marshall, '31A, presi-
The orchestra comprises eleven dent of the Studio Art club at
Negroes and are bringing with the organization meeting Tuesday
them an especially arranged pro- night in the Russian Tea room of
gram for the Union dance. They the Women's League building.
include, in their personnel, a master
of ceremonies and a trio offering At the present time, he stated,!
novelty numbers. Negro spirituals only a few students from the liter-
arp onf of the features of their ary schools are in it, the rest of
performance. -t lie members being trom the art
airo serve Special Brakfast. and architecture colleges. The pro-
served aftelub12:b5ea ck inlthe gram of the organization was de-
cided upon by the members. There
taproom of the Union and refresh- are to be two separate groups in
ments will be served throughoutIthe club with six meetings each
the party in the ballroom. This is month. One group will consist of
one of the few instances during the ! studio classes which will study art
year when the women are allowed and its appreciation while the other
in the taproom. The Pendleton lib- will be more of a social gathering.
rary on the second floor of theThe first group will meet every
building will be open for lounging week and the other will convene
purposes.4
The members of the board of every two weeks.
directors will be the chaperons.
This ball, Doi~ohue pointed out.
is one of the features of the great-
est social year in the history of iALEXA
the Union. Attendance records for
all past years has been broken con-
sistently this year. The formal is
an innovation in the program of
the institution and it is planned to
make it an annual' affair.
There are still some tickets for I
sale for the dance. They may be
obtained at the desk in the main
lobby of the Union.

ThL W soredby theStuden Chrisian aras-
sociation and which is to hold its I
CLUB HAS 64 MEMBERS fist regular meeting at noon on T
Monday. STUDIES GRAIN DISEASES
Rehearsals are under way for This organization which consists Prof. E. B. Mains, acting director
both the men's Glee club and of a group of freshmen who plan of the University herbarium who
School of Music orchestra for their to eat their noon and evening meals formerly was a member of the fac-
together at the Lane hall tavern ulty of the botany department at
radio programs this week-end. The aPurdue University, is at present
Glee club program. vill be given restaurant was formed for the pur- carrying out studies for the purpose
Sunday night, while the string or- pose of giving first-year men a of developing more perfect c:real
chance to make close friends with plants.
chestra, a subdivision of the sym- their own classmates. He has conducted much research
phony orchestra, will give its con- Alfred Lee Klaer, resident of Ann in this field, having been in :harge
cert on Saturday night. Arbor, has been chosen by the club of the study of the leaf rusts of
Both organizations have also to act as its leader. Klaer will head small grains for the cereal dvision
been working on preparations for the table and act as the advisor of of the department of agriculture.
other concerts to be given later this the group. The club will include The rusts are fungous diseases of
month and next. The Glee club is approximately 25 and as there are plants and affect the g::ain con-
also preparing for a concert on still some places in the member- siderably, he said yesterday.
Nov. 14 at Pontiac for the Metho- ship, any freshmen interested may While he was at Purdue, ie made
dist church, the proceeds of which hand in their names at the main a very extensive study of the dif-
will go to a scholarship to the Un- desk at Lane hall. ferent rusts that occur on cereals
versity and a concert on Nov. and grasses and helped in mono-
29 for the Detroit Golf club. Work Heller Begins Course graphing the rusts of North Ameri-
will also begin soon in the club for ca. He has been attempting to ob-
t h e annual Christmas concert of Judaistie Lectures tain a variety of grain, especially
which it gives every year in con- wheat, that has high yield, gives
junction with the band and the Rabbi Heller of the Hillel found- good flour, stands up well in the
Girl's Glee club just before the hol- ation gave the first of his season rield, is beardless in the case of
idays. of lectures yesterday on "Judaism wheat, and has a great resistance
The orchestra is also preparing 'as Affected by Modern Thought" to rusts.
for a radio concert on Nov. 22 to strike the keynote of a course Professor Mains who is now doing
which will include the whole in- that he is teaching every Tuesday work involving advance plant my-
strumentation. Its annual concert night at the foundation. A group thology and mycology, and who is
will be given Sunday, Dec. 7 in of sixty attended his discussion. ai'ding in the development in the
Hill auditorium and work for this Tracing history through the collection of plants here, plans to
program will begin soon. At this kingdoms of Babylon, Media and conduct a more theoretical study of
last concert, a faculty soloist, whose Persia to the Era of Emancipation, rusts here.
name has not as yet been announc- and through the skepticism on li-
ed will sing. beralism of the Russian writer, UNIVERSITY OF UTAH - Cam-
Prof. { Arthur Hackett, of the Achad Ha'am, Rabbi Heller began pus societies are conducting a poll
voice department of the School of the discussion which will develop to determine whether favors should
!Music,is directing the Glee club the phases of modern philosophy in or should not be given at formal
this year while Prof. David E. Mat- their relation to Judaism. parties.
tern, director of public school
I music in the School of Music, leads
the orchestra. The former organ-
Sization consists of 64 members, the
largest number in its history,
Swhile the membership in the or-
chestra is about 70.

A suc ate Press ''
oyal European family were present when the Bulgarian monarch took
consort, strengthen rig materially the bonds between Italy and Bulgaria.
tonic church of St. Francis at Ar:sisi, Italy.

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GLIDER SECTION OF AERONAUTICAL
SOCIET Y COMPLE TING ORGANIZATION
Members to be Instructed in Franklin at Wayne, has a stream-
Preliminary Phases of line design and an enclosed fuse-
Aviation. lage which make it well fitted for
long soaring flights.
The glider section of the Uni- The gliders are to be launchedj
versity Aeronautical society, whose by towing them behind an automo-
purpose is the encouragement of bile which has been presented to
interest in aviation among stu- the society by Edsel-Ford. The glid-
dents, is completing its organiza- ing will be done at Barton pond
tion. after it freezes over, as this loca-
Members of the section are to tion affords a much better take-
receive instruction in glider-flying, off runway than the Ypsilanti air-
a step in learning the technique of port which is now used.
handling a motor ship as the con- By limiting the membership of
trols and flight conditions are sim- the section to 75, each student will
ilar in both cases, receive a greater amount of tdi-
A primary and secondary course viue instruction and practice,
of instruction will be available to and 10 hours of solo flying is guar-
members, it has been announced, anteed. It is necessary for each ap-
the first intended for beginners, plicant for membership in the
while the latter is for advanced group to pass a physical examina-
students. Corresponding to t h e tion, insuring his ability to handle
courses, two different types of a glider properly.
gliders, primary and secondary,
will be employed for instruction UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA -
and practice. The primary-type A women's "pep" organization
ship, of which the organization known as Tassels conducts ticket
possesses two, is designed for train- sales for the student plays given
ing purposes only. The fuselage is here.

lags nme i tShsoy
Italy Observes World
War Pact Anniversary
(By /1 s wcat'7' PrY S)
ARSIERO, Italy, Nov. 5-Italy cel-
ebrated its twelfth anniversary of
the Armistice day, with the inaugu-
ration of new cemeteries and maus-
oleums containing 13,000 bodies of
soldiers fallen in the World war.
These cemeteries, concentrated
near the Australian battlefront,
were thronged with relatives of the
dead, who were able to make the
trip through the government's con-
cession of a 70 per cent reduction
on the railroads.

NOW

CHARLES

in
"QUEEN HIGH"
SUNDAY
GODINO
SIAMESE TWINS

not enclosed, its lines are not
streamlined and it is capable only
of short flights. In addition, the
club has purchased a secondary
type of ship which will be used by
the advanced flyers. This ship,
which was built by Prof. R. E.

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ON THE STAGE IN PERSON
WITH THEIR BRIDES

NOW
SHOWING

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Shows at
2:00, 3:40
7:00, 9:00

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David Belasco's Famous Stage Show
"THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST"
Ann Harding's supreme screen characterization. Better than "Holiday."
Better than any picture you have seen this year.

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Daily at 2:00-3:40-7:00-9:00

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IN LOVE AND
GOLF!

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fairway of love.

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