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PATHE TO FEATURE
VARSITY GLEE CLUBL
-NM T L Manty Michigan Songs, Selected
Mimies Opera Pieces to
be Recorded.
FILM TO APPEAR HERE
University Group Is Second to
Receive Honor From
Producers.
A talking feature picture em-
bracing many of Michigan's songs
and a few from the Mimes operas
of the last few years will be made
tonight by the Varsity Glee club
and Pathe Pictures in the Grand
Rapids room of the League build-;
ing.
Michigan's is the second glee
club to be honored by the motion
picture company, the only other
such offer going to Dartmouth. The
picture is to be shown in theaters
all over the country but will have
its premiere in Ann Arbor.
Financed by Butterfield.
The picturedis being financed by
the Butterfield Theaters corpora-
tion as a courtesy to Michigan
students, and also in answer to
requests made to Pathe from dif-
ferent parts of the United States.
Dartmouth's picture became po-
pular and in a short while requests
were made to the movie corpora-
tion to take pictures of other col-
Jege glee clubs, and because of the
fact that the requests for the Mich-'
igan club were numerous and also
because of the reputation it had
gained through its tours, the corpo-
ration agreed to finance it.

PRINCE O WALES MAKES PREPARATIONS FOR JOURNEY
TO TRA1 EIXOST O N AT BUENOSAIRES IN JANUARY1
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I41Oardiso wos Aires
Assoclaula Press Photo
The Prince of Wales, who sails for South America on the British steamer Oropesa (below) Jan. 15 to
open the British trade exposition at Buenos Aires plan tl do ser flying on the other side of the earth 114
is shown above standing beside his own private airplane which probably will be taken over and stationed
at Buenos Aires during the exposition. The map shows points he will visit on his Latin America trip.

T T" BENNY FRIEDMAN
A I N IN $35,000 SUIT
III I~flflIRTruck Driver Blames Football
SET I U dfI Player for Injuries.

[ON HA RR TD JOUTR| (
Bostonians See That Musicians
Occupy All Leisure Time
With Amusements.

Strenuous

Efforts Bring Eight

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Mandates; Socialists Hold
Seventy-two.

CLEVELAND, Nov. 10. - R, nny
Friedman, Michigan's former All-
American quarterback, has been

served with papers requiring him
!CHR ISTIAN PARTY F ALLS t answer in court a $35,000 suit
(l~ .4'u ufor damages brought by a truck
driver who claims he was perma-
VIEi2 f N v. 0. - T l as tt ,. inetly injured when a car driven
lasnby Friedman struck his truek three
vreksha benmakin. « a deter- yerao
mined campaign to enter the Aus- e
i n parlament in strength, suc- when, Oliver Hughes aleges, he was
c,,, Id di-1 gaining, only eight seats racing an other car and bumped
in eserdy' gn-Iale e ti on int Hghs truck, Dec. o12,197
.obtining7e
tra gvenmeJI1,fell fromn 73 seats Wednesday, while hie was there

MAYOR GREETS

OUTFIT

VAST NUMBER OF METEORS COAST
TOWARDS EARTH SAY SCIENTISTS
Claim Main Section Three Years rector of Plower Astronomical Ob-
Distant; Advance Guards servatory of the University of
Expected Saturday. Pennsylvania.
"If," he said, "the big shower
(By Associated Press) does not come off in three years

What's
11 Going
Theaters.
Majestic - "Life of the Party"
with Winnie Lightner.
Michigan - "Three French Girls"
with Fifi Dorsay.
Wuerth-"Renegade" with Warn-
er Baxter.
Organizations.

Feature Last Year. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 10.-
Last year, a similar feature also g Coasting eastward down a 17-dc.
appeared, but cannot be classed as gree slope in space, the thickest
the same type, when the whole swarm of meteors known to sci-
United States Naval Cadet corps ence is nearing this planet.
were filmed. Two of their famou So vast are its numbers that al-
songs, one of which was the popu- though its main section is still
lar "Anchors Aweigh" were includ- three years distant, its advance
ed. This picture was shown in Ann guards to the number of a dozen
Arbor last spring. I or more an hour are expected to
AWhen the picture appears in Ann appear in the early morning next
Arbor it will probably be shown at Saturday, as well as for a few days
the Michigan theater and will run before and after that day.
for the entire week. The whole club The swarm is the Leonid met-
of 64 members will make the pic- eors, known for 1,000 years, visit-
ture, Gayle Chaffin, manager an- ing earth three times a century
nounced and might include a num- and occasionally filling the siI
ber by the quartet if there is with a rain of fire.
enough time, he also said. I Figuratively they are coming'
from above the earth because their
GRGGS' NEW BOOK orbit is inclined 17 degrees to the
laeof the earth's orbit.
TO BE ISSUED HERE Astronomers plan to count the
outriders of this meteoric host fr.n I
Announcement of the American Tuesday to next Monday because I
printing of "Hartley Coleridge: Life the numbers seen may indicate
and Work," by Earl Leslie Griggs, whether the Leonids are likely to j
professor of English at the Univer- put on another great fireworks dis-
sity, was made yesterday by the play in 1933, or to throw a dud, as
University of London Press, Ltd. they have done more than once in
at the office of President Alexan-Ithe past.
der Grant Ruthven. Pre-reviews A call for volunteers to assist in
from London newspapers and per- watching both Saturday and Sun-
iodicals were unanimous in their day mornings was issued here to-
praise of the Michigan man's day. Volunteers are wanted from
work. the lay public, hardy persons will-
Among the excerpts elicited by ing to spend the night out in the
the publication, the following from cold, to strain their eyes for hours
the "Spectator" indicates the wide- to see perhaps a few dozen met-
spread interest in Dr. Griggs' book. ers, and to spend their own money
",The first-born child of S. T. for a two-cent stamp to inform sci-j
Coeridge filed the hearts of all who ence of the results.
saw him with wonder and with the This is real scientific service and
pain of foreboding. 'A miraculous those who attempt it will experi-
boy,' said Robert Southey, 'the od- ence some of the ordinary routine
dest of God's creatures. I do not of astronomers, including paying
know whether I should wish to their own expenses.
have such a child or not.' Nis The count may enable astrono-
father called him a 'spirit on an mers to calculate whether the cen-
dancing aspen leaf, unwearied in ter of the big shower is headed I
joy.' " just right to hit the earth. Its
"Dr. Griggs," says another Brit- main concentration is estimated as
ish review, "is an American scholar not more than 120,000 miles wide
and a member of the faculty of the j and now is several hundred mil-
University of Michigan. His book lion miles distant.
is a scholarly and authoritative The request for volunteers was
study of an important English writ- I made by Dr. Charles P. Oliver, di-
er and we feel that it should be
brought to the attention of the
American public. The piece has MIS
been very favorably selected by
London reviewers, a fact which es- LABORATORY
tablishes its merit."

from now, it seems, that we should
be meeting a fair number this No-
vember. But it would be misleadimn
to promise any 'shower' in the pop-
ular sense of the word.
"It is useless to look for them
before 11:30 p. in. The part of -he
sky to watch is due east and about
half wavto the znitb The n-

ivUit~.I U- Psychological Journal club-Meet-
ber of meteors seen each hour and ing at 7:15 o'clock tonight in room
the condition of the sky, should 3126, Angell hall.
both be carefully recorded." Undergraduate Mathematical club
-Meeting at 8 o'clock tonight in
room 3011, Angell hall.
P of. .1 US- Y IMen's Glee club - Members will
Will Address Society meet at 7 o'clock tonight in the
'___t--rand Rapids room, League build-
Prof. Howard McClusky, of the ing.
School of Education, will speak at I -Debate a 7:30 o'e oepresenttives
the meeting of Alpha Nu, forensic Detm :30 o'l.
( I ~room 4203, Angell hall.
society, at 7:30 o'clock to-night in Faculty Women's club - B o o k
the Alpha Nu rom, 4003 Angell hall. shelf and stage section meets at

Tryouts for membership in the
organization will be heard by the
members between 7 and 7:30

12:45 o'clock this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Ernest F. Baker, 18!
Ridgeway.

o'clock. Miscellaneous.
Jerome lecture-Second in series
Glee Club to Offer at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in
r oom D, Alumni Memorial hall.
Program at Pontiac Faculty-Alumni dance - First of'
-- series at 8:30 o'clock tonight in the
The Men's Glee club will present Union.
a program in Pontiac, Friday night,I
under the auspices of the Methodist STANTON, Va. --Beaten at the
church. The proceeds of the con- polls by 10 to 1, Carney Kelly Ros-
cert will be used towards establish- ser, who was an independent Re-
ing a scholarship fund for the Uni-. publiean candidate for congress, is
verswLy. seeking admission to the almshouse.
On December 6 the club will singa
at the Detroit Golf club. I
WASHINGTON - Uncle Sam pro- STARTING k
vides an automobile for the speaker TODAY
of the house of representatives. Pri-
or to last Tuesday, Mr. Garner, who
has ridden in it often as Speaker GRANT BE
Longworth's guest, referred to it as!
our car." Since then there has WITHERS RO
been an exchange of telegrams. Said I]
Longworth to Garner: "Whose car
is it?" Said Garner to Longworth:N'6
"Think it's mine. Will be pleasure
to let you ride." 6 You'll laugh at the singing, clowninj
You'll roar at the complications whi
bands change wives!
You'll shout with glee when they giv
bath!
Here is rollicking farce, made from
Greenwood at her funniest and best
Youll have the time of your life.
AND _ _ _ _ __
14, C 0e
NOW!
ESTABLISHED 1843
-202 E. LIBERTY ST.
hi e Ids ia-n.d
DIANE CHARA/
"Those Three
ortunity to quote you prices
Love-making, laugh-
r inclosures. These can be
design sad in anv color. I EDDIE BUZZEL TELLS AN

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Vienna pel-ce president and former poiesiU otUa i e. JmciaIs
chancellor, obtained 19 seats with said Friedman was thereupon
his National Economic bloc, thus formally "tagged."
gaining the balance of powe.- -----
Although the fascists have ex- Police Seek Convicts
pressed their contempt for parlia-W
ment and have been threatening a scapeu Saturday
dictatorship, it is believed that in -
view of their poor showing they wil Three convicts of the Detroit
uermit the present cabinet to be house of correction farm at Ply-
dissolved, giving up the two posts mouth escaped Saturday, according
now held by Fascists, and rely on to a telephone call received by Ann
Dr. Schober to keep a balance be_ Arbor police from Detroit officials
tween the Heimwehr and the So- Saturday night.
cialists. The men were Ralph Harris,
It is not expected that the Chris- I George Copeland, and Edwin Bai-
tia~p Socialists will try to govern as tok. Harris was serving 90 days on
a minority group. Dr. Ignatz Seipel a simple larceny charge. He is des-
their leader, instead, probably will cribed as being 20 years of age,
use his best efforts to persuade Dr. weighing 165 pounds, and being five
Schober to enter the cabinet and feet, ten inches tall. Copeland,
support a Christian Social Govern- whose charge and term were identi-
ament. In such a case, it is likely cal to Harris', is 19 years old, weighs
that Chancellor Vaugoin will resign, 124 pounds, and is five feet, five
since it was he who brought about inches tall, while Baitok is 25 years
I the overthrow of the Schober cab- 'old, weighs 169 pounds, and is five
inet several months ago. feet, seven inches tall.
Dr. Schober's success also willl
keep him in the presidency of the Question Announced
police from which the Fascists had VarsityddmDs
be~n determined to bar him because for ais. euaces
of his opposition to the Fascist plan
of a march on Vienna and to shut When the Varsity debatiag teams
up parliament, replacing it by a meet other conference schools this
year they will debate the question,
Deer's Rush Converts "Resolved: that the several states
should enact legislation providing
Animal Into Venison for compulsory unemployment in-
(v pAssoam'd Press) surance," it has been announced.
MIDLOTHIAN, Va, Nov. 9.--Old The first conference debate is
Dominian deer sometimes charge scheduled for Dec. 11, when the
hard and furiously. affirmative team will oppose Ohio
1 were enroute to a football game State in Hill auditorium, and the
when a full-antlered buck leaped negatve team will speak against
f om the woods and crashed head Indiana at Bloomington.
first into their automobile. Final tryouts for the Varsity team
The deer's death dive sent the will be held this afternoon.
car to the garage for repairs and --
brought venison steaks to Wilder
Watts, Rhesa Purnell, and James Daily
Gordon. His mounted head now 2:00
hangs in a fraternity house.
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We have all makes. I
Colored Duco Finishes
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314 South State St. Phone 6615 aheay
2:00, 3:40 of-all the
7:00, 9:00
Sw orld i n
RT CHARLOTTE a song r o-
ACH GREENWOOD
manceofyouth
and its yearning
g antics of the long, lanky Letty!
ich ensue when two dissatisfied hus-
dreams. A plc
ve grandpa the works in the Turkish
a great stage comedy with Charlotte ture that you will
applaud, cherish
and NEVER FORGET!
FOX Movietone talking
"and Singing Masterpiece

MAINE MADELON directed by FRANK BORZAC
French Girls" from the story. by Tom Ba
-making ma'm'selles E
EXTRAT
OTHER BEDTIME STORY T. L u"0

Sightseeing, visits to historic
shrines, concerts and shows occu-
pied the leisure moments of Mich-
igan's Varsity band sm en during
their brief sojourn over the week-
end in Boston where they went
with the team for the Harvard
game.
The band left Ann Arbor Thurs-
day afternoon on the special train
and immediately upon arriving at
South station in Boston the next
morning, paraded through the
streets with a police escort to the
city hall where the mayor of Boston
officially welcomed the members
and presented them with the keys
to the city. From there the band
paraded to the State capitol where
it was photographed with the gov-
ernor.
That afternoon the band amused
itself with various activities such as
sightseeing and visiting places of
historic interest while a few went
to hear the celebrated Boston sym-
phony. The band played for the
alumni banquet at tfie Somerset
hotel that evening. Buses conveyed
the 88 men to Cambridge the next
day for the game at which the
band went through its formations.
Accompanying the band on the
trip were Nicholas Falcone, direc-
tor; "Uncle Bob" Campbell, sponsor
of the band; Lieut. R. R. Coursey,
drill master; Gilbert Saltonstall,
manager; Rex Albright, assistant
manager, and Elbert Trail, librar-
ian.
Dean Sadler Leaves
orewYork Meeting
Dean Herbert C. Sadler, of the
engineering college, leaves today for
New York to attend meetings of
the Society of Naval Architects and
Engineers.
He will also take part in the
meetings of the technical advisory
board of the American bureau of
shipping, and of the marine stand-
ards committee.

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