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THURSDAY, NOVMER-20, 1930~

TjjHJr Mj IC-TICA N-:DATL Y

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Vr~P RIDGE T GO LF FE!TURFS OPENING
FOI SgypLOISI CL 3MMUN T Y FUND,
FROM 50 N-TTIQ
AT S1~.A~ UETr

Agulxn -314frojxcse las Leadecr
0- New Po fa i
M4ANILA, Nov. 19. - s:v. Emilo
A g:uinaldlo, leaae r of tnie Pi}lnine,
insurrection ', Uie

IOT CHUJTE SA VES LIF P IRL nranvii RRflICTA ILtf

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To 'be Gu~ess of 'Fri4~~
Soresritifs~ Townspeople,
Far~uty Mew-4r.:
RUFUTS, MEAD TlO SPEAK
MusicalCntbuis atwi
for .Th an'ksg ivi 'Y Day
Celebration.W
Michigan students frni -4r
than 50 natipo n'vwill be the usts
of facu~ly mnie r,.^ .ancl A Fn A las
townpepee at an in c 2gtiialr
Thanksgiving banquet t) b l""' 1d
at G:oo o'clock Wedrnsiay Nov. 25 1
in the ball room a t the Union
Besides the jacuicy ,..d townis-
people who hlave contributed to the
proj ect In thc; past the fraternities
and sororitics of the camu. are
being asked to buy ticket;. Aboutt
250, foreign students a Q xpeted
+,a be present, according o the
statement of Moron Frank, '3,
chairman of the interns .tional cor-
mittee of the Student Chi~stia111as-
soia tion.
250 To Ike Present.-
Prof. W. C. Rufus, of the astron-
cmy department and secretary of
the Barbour scholarship commit-
tee, will tbo the principle faculty
speaker of the evnin. Lucida
Ames Mead, well known womnan in-
ternationalist, will deliver the chief,
address of the occasion on the sub-
ject, "Common Fallacies about War
and Peace." Jack Yuen, '31 presi-
dent of the Cosmopolitan club, will
give the response for the foreign
students. There will be musical
contribns from sine of the go-
iental students.
Namte Cotributors.
Fraternities and Sororities that
have not as yet indicated their de-
sire to participate ip the , spuet I
are asked to notify Morton Frank
at Lane hal as soon as their de-
cision is reached in the matter.'
The following houses have already
agreed to buy tippets for the ban-
quet. Alpha Epsilon Pi, Alpha
Gamma Dlta, Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Xi
Delta, Chi Omega, Collegiate Soro-
sis, Delta Delta, Delta, Delta Gam-
ma, Delta Upsilon, Gamma Phi
Beta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa
Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi
Ga 4ma Delta,Pi lMu Delta, Phi
Sigmna. Kappa, Sigma Alpha M,
Theta Phi Alpha, and Zeta Tau
Alpha.
PLAY GR'OUP WILL
REPEAT OFFERING
'Rollo's Wild Oat' to be Given
Agai~n on Saturday Night.
An extra performance of 'Rollo's
Wild Oat," which was presented last
week by Play Production, will be
offered at 8:15 o'clock Saturday
night in the Lydia Mndelssohn
theater.
Among the memnbes of the cast I
are Mildred Todd, '.'2; Chlirles Aloy-
or, '31; and Lynne Ad.-1as, '32. The
play is directed by Valentine B.
Windt, Play Production director.
Ticket reservations may be made at
the Lydia Mendlssohnl box: office.

{ d Qx ~$s ' & States a gnner -tion afro, i s c sascidp I
ering suggesC.tions that ho. head -'
P 9 ' p 4 a x4..proposed new opposition P, ;lifc i
E, +~\ 5 :; r ','S f : v d" M:+;) party 1in the islan ls.
n 'I'lz~Te supggestion v w a -- tel
> « ~ ~banquet Monday ?ih-t in honor' of
Is-,ro Gaaldoi , wh i :nt
S _. ~~tU!P"'ne from thall Unitc'd'. !._...;as.,,
of t ti\propone nt 0of Pb il't' i,ep den-I
dence. Gabaldo, forr knato
Juan Alf' e e ot. ( SC'..7 s aer .s it.
the gropoe I M !rs d
" x uuf aent minorit y pT ' t Jc: 'i snvt
sugg.estion.
A unaldo mniie?csted nL.._lerest in I
ntheproposal adasked fr or
time in which to reach ad+ciszin.
However, he expressed sc fae doubt Lymrian ocliml, gliaxcr v.1 ir, all
h soud vntreiz~tC:?,{;l 2 tnd3z- te ' n; f c te of whether a man of hi;; years seated lilder ever Cbultb. Miss Hall nc
shold entreint suh a uder thdstinction o being the first wo:
vtakirrz. Te proposed new party u i ir,ou~ of this co: kpit. Her°
wouldtake n theDemoeata (ihi- erni rpilot chiut e saved her. The
k , " %crity) party.
,""abaldon,1in an addresa, atak
ff , .oed acon is leadher~s , :ertez
A ssoiatcd iPress Poto they had worked to thi, e diniei
Mayo i Victor Miller of St. Louis, and officers of the communty of the Filippine, xo fie by c(o-o OV i'r
S .oe thsc y in wihtheLn,.nanti,'i-( 1.1. . ' charity fund, playing on one~ of the principal miniature golf cours jatn wihhe mria vr-
'This game featured the opening of the drive for $2,200,000 for the benefit meait. oaspa IuiUn ____
of t. oui unmplyed - -sular house, was uttackeci by oi
*G abaldon and Aleg're Lor his re cuc ( E. A Gs . 1j _ ' S TAION
r1 ignl D carat1011. launching of the ain ac kvJ - 2 DrIFLED
L. PiL j~[C pyfeive ord signed to Un:ift Various u Ct
rr~rrn bhindtheeankalgi WV rnip '~ -0 h~1 t Fve Cartons
f b Oil Farm i tiOtari o denc . __(4QLfe
(B-- MyAssvociated P/ ress) I Forcing theh way into the
Party Heaids Decide to Maintairt IONTARIO, Calif., Nov. 19-A doe. WUV7h at's SU.cned thaoicu(taon Tsatyai
Washingtoii Headquarters I urnient described by Dr. Mertin E. I tee n tect-fTusa
if4 33 3i!ag . iMlhigh school principal, as ap- II 'fltorearl e dnesday i th-n
parently one of the 55 original cop- I g ,. ;T , rt e3tolave iythin
declaration ofieindepen- nt o
sr ;,(t,,Nj ,U_, s) l ies of the delrto fidp i 3 i1 valueexec pt fire carton ; of cigar-
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19. - The dence was in the hands of the edu' On i i "it s vihueli were in the building.
Republican party will maintain a cator today after having reposed ______o -lice si the ruber us hv
unrecognized for four years im a courredl between 9 o'clck at n-ighlt
permanent organization in the farm house. 'i EAT ES and l o'clock in the morning.
capital from now on, in preparation Mrs. Arthur G. Phelps, who do- r-etc-'Padt aa~ie
for the campaigns poreceding the livered the document to Dr. Hill, with :Loretta Young, Jack ih"AlI Cal" R pof td
19932 presidential election, said the paper had been cluttering and Raymond Hatton.
This was determined at confer- ( up the house for four years-bey -Michigan -"Amos '_n' Andy" in Atu .Vsoi,12 er
wtPrs-fore sh6 read an article ,in' a maga- <,, rhuraA.VFDouble-Check."ear
ences of party officials wt r zi ine saying a letter written by But- Wekrd "Pron ' un ndavn e Dtrit enrtd o1)11~
dent Hoover. Most of the oifficers tonl Gwnnett, one of the deciara- i"The 'all of Lve.> atex day tPze°'~ of acar . Policei
of the Republican national coryn- I tion's signers, had been sold for zr aid mci'4eu c tedr . i ammnie
mitt- evwere at the White House $000 Mrs. Phelps s id she1 thenr" Ceni :l 80 aesre .Sio h
but SntrFsofOiten-recognized -G'innett s na me on the c-zf - : -- e l. antazlvtC2of wich u eao oso _zten-dcmn.Coa U1li c ciIoIc"; r os xir:el
tional c'hairmnan, was not. t Dr. Dill said he would endeavor sack male chorus e cte. ,,by Srge I
His absence fromt the conferences t determine definitely whether the Jaroff, 8:15 o'ciock, hill aud t, zum. d jw
imndae~ tredfehspcl-document way authentic.1 University lecture-Dr. Hjli ja l ~ -~ <
d nnn ,t.c (1 - - M Schacht on "Economic Aspect of Ic .t~r iY211,7j117 _ - i

Woman P .ssenger and Crew Lost
of Carliornia.
BURBANK, C hfi., Nov. 19--Two
- -. score of searchers, traveling by air,
F on horseback and afoot, scanned
tfhe I roz.n :log-blanketed Telhasha-
Spi mountains today for a missing
Pacific Air Transporthail plane
and three perso ns wvho rode the
-Portland-bound ,whip out of Bur-
: bank early Tuesdiay.
A faint glimm~rer of light, sighted
late Tfuesday nighlt1by an an'-plane
o q he e i , Eed M~t. Frazier,
eight miles southi of Gorman,
hiiiuied the searchers' hopes as they
r fought againist, time andth knowl-
Ed(J that tlx:t oioa ±passenger,
4c ,<the ,pilot a n i cav of the
plane, if alive, almo 7t certain1y
F : K V~,,,ld , ~iI~ilf'tenithe iold ill the ,0 ,n0-fon;;, moun-
talus at. this .sea.'on.
Associated Press Photo Th l",2'ht, fir~si seen by E. L.
1d Miss Tedy Hall in the oniy'two- Remlin, P. A. T. pilot, and later by
ecarly lost her life when she achieved Grant Donaldson, of the same comn-
ma,-n to make a parachute leap from pany, prompted search leader:; at
parachute failed to open, but the Lebec to rush out a parity o , horse-
jump was made at Glendale, Calif. back. Tlhirteen miles of ridinhg over
__ ------ _._---tortuous mountain country lay
ahead of them.
Miss Joan D. Markow of Loss An-
\TE -BR EFSeles and SaDi 'go was thepa~
W S I Donaldson of Los Angeles was the
plot and George Rogers was the
m_______________ echanic. The plane last, reported
th its position by radio at 2:07 a.ri
Il- n heAnn Arbor Labor temple Tuesday, between Bakersfield, the
by Al Ronhner, Detroit economist niext stop, anld Lebec. "Still over:
tih~ is scheduled to debatela in the I fog, 9,00fee t," the miessage read.
fierr-ioon with Paul myo?,ran- Previous y radio rii-s;3ages told, of
r, o th Mili aylo epndnt!dxifmultie > wi th fog, snow and wind
fgro teMcignwdpedn and said Don~aldson was consider-
Merchants' association. ing returnirn to Burbaznk.

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tion to retire. However, late in the ~ H d~ ue
evenzin- e chais.rman issued a yt S Mi iv n
brief ,3'--!emen t io the effect he had
been advised the conferences would(J
be held but had not considle-'ed
his presence necessary as they E ONDO v, Nov. 19 -Official infor-
dealt with officee affairs reqluhing 1ma lion f rom the island of Cypru ,
ony thIe a ttentZion 1o:the oEli cers I lace6esdayti': sai, % t d tt fo rmer Ki ng
whio had talked wi the presidentr L55Cli i of the Hr"ecliz ras still alive
I Pv ous reports from Eagdad,I
ll-- y~ M k rak, said tihe former sovereign,I
r I no has been in exile in Cyprus,
ias do-ad.
led") fiye.r, to:7ofot.tshortly after
3.:30 today in his attemput to break',1
'he junior th~a-continental re -
ord of Stanley 1floynton .I

the Reparations Problemn'ac ' :1
o'clock in Nt ural Science arlnate:-
ium.
IAll-Campus Open Forr--T1arryI
Riseman will speak on "~Unemply
ment Insurance" at 4:15 o'elo ;h 2a
root'; D, Alumni Memori~ al al
Design" at 4 o'clock in ArciC
tfural building auditorium.
E~xhibit--Small American ec u
take, open daily until 5 o'cloc k i z
north gallery of Alumni Meoial
Ihall.

PORTfABlLE
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Merchants everywhere cius- Special Snci c Sala BEFORE
trnarily hold tip prices on C hrir: z3as this year instead of
Hioliday Goods until Christmas Aftc r Christin::s, making the
I )ay, an-d then, after Christmas C 1r is.nas shopper's cd 0 1 1 a r
is over, make Janaray Clear- worth :'g.out twice as much in'
at-ce Sales at Sacrifice prices.,~ 'c~:; u power. Heoffers

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But now comes William
Wade Hinshaw with the an-
riouncement that Uiniversity
MultsiC l louse (6011 LE.Willijam
StAtin Arbor) will make a

patrons tkea chance to buy im-
portant Christmas Gifts as in
former ycars, even though
they may Jj-iv'c less money to
kuy wvith oii account of the

Allhb godsete Stoe

FOR THE BALANCE OF ,OUR STOCK J REDUCING SAL-YU A N Nl~ EQUAL THE VALUES

,ire to be sold regardless of
character or price at Discounts
of from 2011 to 50%. Every-
thing in thoa store is to be $ac-
rificed B e fo re Christmas!
$50,000.00 worth of the finest
musical instruments, large and
small, and sheet music, books
and records are to bc sold at
unheard-of prices for Christmas
Gifts. Pianos, radios, phonos,
records, saxaphones, banjos,
guitar, violins, clarinets, horns.

harmonicas. ukeleles, drumns,
musical toys, music rolls and
instruments c a s e s , strings,
bones, etc. Everything Musical
marked down Until Christmas
Day! Prices never before heard
of by the Holiday Buyer. Gen-
erous allowance for your old
piano. Good used pianos as
[ow as X$25.00 to S50.00. Credit
extended to all responsible

New $10.00
Styles
Imported Scotch
Grain
$7.90

New $9.00
Styles

Black orZ

Tan

2 00 *rs~~ Now
$9.00 styles
black Cor Tan
d 9Oand $6.45

Ladies' Ns
$10.00 Fall
styles
Primps or Tis

Jrnooth or ",cotcui
Grain
$6.90 and $7.45

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$7.90

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le unsonl fe ay dto0$3.0aair

people.

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