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Scholarship's

Are

Endowed

for

Detroit

Tigh School Graduates

ALtIMNi TO *O[FFE
nrTnnlT IrIIeTn

GERMAN TRANSATLANTIC AIR LINER
I TAKES OFF FROM LAKE CONS TANCE

Gollsis"s of Mloney Obtained I
ir c ._it gan Opera
Be~i f-r Annio;,,nccs Safeguards J.
t: A Vo2 We 1cofdFill-d

STATE CQI60SLI
Gillespie Prophesies Disserxtion
in Party After Rejection
by Governor-Elect.
(t- , sv.4 ~c.Otti(/2(d 1's

Johnson Wins Prize
in Livestqock Show

HO BAND PLANS NEW
b 'RCKSFOR GAME
l ie. Coursey Drills Musicians
GU :I V~ rAP DYcCUfor Final Tilt of Season.

Plans Call for Legal Research
Buildig to be Finished
4y I'ajl of 1931.

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Detroit l'iin shool graduates in
the future vvill. bO assisted finan-I
cially in banig highier educa-
tion at tim nierstyas the result
of an endowment. fund established
by Detroit alumni,.Ifaviley Tapp-
ing,gerl scrtrc. LtheAlumni'
association, Lstatez c;:trduyRe-
gents of the Univer.,,"j have been
named as tru stees.
Tefund, whIich will be known
as the University of Michigan club
of Detroit Endowment Fund, is en-
tiilely apart from the ordinary
activitic.; of tie club, and has no
rclht oi! o lthe dormitory program
which it; ha: ufavored in connection
with the 2Alumnrii Teni-Year pro-
ra°: r.1

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STwo pica
bop t, DO-X~
plane will
Stakes.
ins Lai

____________________LANSING, Nov. 19-A spit be-
tween the forthcoming azlmin 'stra -
tion forces of._ b~ M rce
WleM.rukrand at least a part of Wayne coun-
4fi <. Ety's political representation was
q ~e inent today following develop-
ments Tuesday on a statement by
the governor-elect repudiating the
candidacy of John Gillespie, co n-
.I::I~2:~:::§:missioner of public works in Detroit
under the recept administration of
. Mayor Bowles, for the chairman-
ship of the Republican state e-
________________tral committee.
.Associated Press Photo Gillespie is known, t ohave corn-
ires, talon a,few minutes apart, showing the German flying municated with Mr. Brucker by!
C, taking oft' from Lake Constance on a test flight. The giant teehn usa xrsigsr
attempt a trans-Atlantic flight from Lisbon to the United prise and indignation over the
statement made by the governor-
-____ ____ a_ -...-- elect. Other calls followed, Bruck-
, . er refused to stats just what thej
11MgA-- alpa Lambda j nature of the communications 1
'Will Hold knitiation,1 were.
bersol t~io~l chpter Private revelatons however, said
[LL:. er ofIA~f~K~ athc a, chateroal':hat Gille'spie was perturbed over,
iF Al , ithe Brucker suatemeht. The attor-
- -ho~oi~y sc~ngic! sciey, aveney general said in his own behalf{
1 oola' tccoig.. ca scity hvethat -I dial not back down ifrom
WhoMee fo Mels:5(hedulcd the initiation of eight the statemnent of yoesterday."
W~new mnemb'ers oi the organizationl Gillespie, who claims conitrol ofI
ne Hall Say Idea fr Thursday, Dec. 11., it wVas wi- Wayne county polIi'is insofar a-sl
Successful,.fnounced yesterday. they affect the state adminis+-ra-
IThe initiation is to be formal in tion., is understood to have threat-!

e Workmen are rapidly completing
the outside cons ruction details on
the Legal Pfles a;rchlibrary of the
Law quadontranle, and the building is
4 u t~inally taking oi-,tht.e aspect it will
f ~~pesent 'when c7 (o_ npi('tCd.
Gl xaZirs arca okat present
ninstalling th theherl-iestained
glass win dows.
A clock wlhich will s~rick the hloui
has been instalieed in the west tower
x ~of the building and a weather vane
Salready indicates thae direction ir
' which the wind is blowin-g.
,rte Present plan s call for the comn-
pletion of the building in time foi {
r 4 ' ? occupapey in the fall of 1931.
-. erm~iuda grass, xv'ith the addition
,associated Press Photu of Italian rye, mnakes an everre
lawn in Dixie states.-
ai~Joins;
Rutgers student, who went west
from Lambertsville, N. J., to winz
distinction at the Kansas City
Amnericani Royal Livestock show as N~
the most promising "future Fa -
mier." With it goes $1,000 from te
DF'IROIT-T h e Falcons, this _________

In an endeavor to culminate its
season in such a manner as to add
another laurel to its already high
reputation, the Varsity band is
working doubly hard on its forma-
tins for the Chicago game next
Saturday.
Lieut[. R. R?. Coursey, d_ ill master
ojf the bnd, has not revealed any
of the form iations which the band
will gIo through Saturdlay but it is
expected that because it is the final
appearance of the outfit for the
Season, some of the formations
I which have proved the most suc-
cessful during the year will be du-
plicated.
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Underwood,
Barr-Morris, Remington,
Royals.
We have all makes,.
Colored Duco Finishes

0. D. MORRIL L
314 South State Phone 6615

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S 'I II {
Mcni -' m Contribute.I
j The agree:ment for the fund po
pr-vides for thy, setting aside: of $1,500
intedi rtely. The fundi is a sum of
m'oney formrerly h'eld by the alumni
thistee wh-o ob tajined it through
thley sponsorship of the Union Opera
sevieral yea-s ago, surpplem~en4ted by
a sumr v.hich broughit it to the fixed
amount, and to; which is to be
'added 50 cents per club member
e#ach yaplurs a-.-y additional sum
Gr sun." frm the gener al club
reserv,, \Vhi c<< may be turned over~
h/thle bo,: aro governQrs.
'Thre club, plans to encourage giftsl
and be, usts f rom7 alun i who area
in sympxath u-ith ythe objects of the
tendeavor until a 'substantial en-
dowment has- boen_ established.
Proper safegu,::ards have been
placed in the1 trutst agreemnent to
avoid the pascibi'y of the incomes
ever becing diverted to the much-
discussedl aiid oftLen criticized pur-
pose of "getting athletes" to go to
Ann Arbor, stated Frederick G.
Beattie, 21L, treasurer of the club.,
there is ne, possibility, he said, of
the inebmer~ from the fund ever
being used in any way that would.
bring criticism on the club or the
trust fund committee.
The endo wmenc-t came about as
the culmination of an idea held by
the club for a number of years, as
the result of the small profit which
the organization realized throughR
its sponsorgrip of the Union Opera.1
The amn.ount was turned over to'
several members of the board of
governors of the club w ho named ..
a corn-mitten to investigate the
possibility of founding such a fund.
The comm ittee which drew up
the plan1 consistedi of Charles M.
DelbridgUe, Lee E. Joslyn, jr., Henry-
Slyfldlc, a.ndl Beattie.
S _ui ~ Club Will
Condquct Class Ton~ight
Ai Y udio class in life drawing will
begrin at & o'clock tonight in the
free han~d drawing room~ on the
fourth floor" of the Architectural
bilding, Lorne Marshall, '31A,
president, of the Studio Art club,
under whnose auspices the class is'
held., tated yesterday.
The class is open to all those in-.
terested in life drawing s whether
they are tart students or not, he
stated. This is the first studio art
class this year.

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Have you seen
them?

Congenial fellowship at meals isI
the object of the recently organized
freshman dining club which has
been getting under way during the
last week- at the Lane hall tavern.A
A dozen men have been meeting
daily for meals and, almost without
exception, have voted the experii-
ment a complete success. The pur-
pose of the venture, according toIt
statement of W. W. Knox, '32,9
chairman of the freshman commit-I
tee of the Student Christian asso-t
ciation, is to give the first-year
men an opportunity to know the
members of their own class, and
to farm friendships that will last

nature. A banqutet will precde ti e
ceremonies.
T1he new memoo3;.rs are Miss Mlil-
dred Valentine, a, newcomer to the
sociology faculty this year, who
conducts laboratory social service
work both in Detroit and Ann Ar'-
bor; John Burgess, Mrs. N. R. Stiles,
and Elizabeth Ford. all members of
the Graduate school; Beatrice Le-
"vine, Philip Bernstein, Herm-anj
Pekarsky, and Torn Lease, all of'
the cla ss of '31.
ART NEARS CLOSE

ened openi rebellion. Whene asked city's National League ho-key en-
what reply he would give should try, after having been consideratbly
Gillespie nmake such a threat,I revamped during the summer, ap-
Brucker said, "I would tell hime to! parently are headed for a high
go ahead." position in the standings this year.

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LAST
TIMES
TODAY

Shows at
2:1:(,, 3:40)
7:00, 9:00

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.DOUBLE COMEDY
SALLY
STARR
in

PROGRA M
GEOR~GE
DURYEA

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A. L. Klaer, resident of Ann Mrs. Waite Cites Success ofI
Arbor, has been acting as seniorAnulisa.
adio otegopadet oeof his meals with the regular par-
ticipants. Frequently an upperciass- I Completing a run of three weeks,
man will drop in and eat at the the eighth annual exhibit of local
table with the first-year men, art sponsored by the Ann Arbor
fThere are still- openings for more Art association will close tomorrow.
frehme wh woldlif tojoi Mrs. John B. Waite, presiden of
freheopn who udelike to joinso the organization, announced yes-'
are asked to leave their names at tcrdy. The. exhibition has been
the main desk of Lane hall. ; showing in the upper galleries of
_______________Alumni Memorial hall and li,7S in-
___________________________eluded works of art of every type.
RADIOTODAYe exhibit has ben quite sue-
RADI TODY Icessul, rs.Waite stated, and the

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A new kind of Western Comedy filled wih drama, music and song.
Also
PATSY RUTH MILLER-FORD STERLING
IN
"THE FALL OF' EVE"
A sophisticated and extremnely clever farce-comredy that will nmake you rock
with laughter.

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Jack Benny
"The Rounder"
SUNDAY

SHORT SUBJECTS
Pathe keview Eddie Buzzel's
Metro Nws, Bedtime Story
MAURICE CHEVALIER
in ""PLAYBOY OF PARIS"

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discussed at 2 o'clock this
noon during, the Un..
broadcasting program by
W. McCready, of the cl
cngineering department.
M/idnite Sons quartet wi
a musical program.

WillL;"7associaLton is very much gratiied
s after- with the success with which it has
Divesity b-en met by the studont body and
Donald puI l
hemical I All ;:'ose students who have
The works the exhibit must call for
11l offer= theme eithrcr Saturday or Sunday,
she added. The galleries will be
open until 5 Cclock both days.

MAJESTIC

Daily at
2:00, 3:30
7:00, 9:00

LA-ST' 2 AY S

kwAmw E

LORETTA YOUNG
JACK MULHIALL

IN

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