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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1930

THE MICHICAN DAILY

I AGPA OTEM

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PAeI~ ~r~r~3

01B3 TO SNI
Jur; Huston, Simrall, Yos
ipke, 1931 Cipn Will
Speak at Bust.
BAND TO GIVE PROGRAM'
Gice Club, Wrestling, Boxing
Fencing Squads to Offer
Entertainment.
Graduating members of t hii
year's football squaw will be awar.
ed "M" rings by th University o
Michigan club of Detroit at the an
nual alumni football But whici
will be held Saturday night at tlv
Masonic temple in Detroit.
During the evening the club wil
entertain: as its guests, the entir
Varsity football squad, the B squad
the coaching staff, and the 106-
piece band. Other guests will b
the Glee club, the cross countr
team, and the fencing, boxing, and
wrestling squads.
Speakers X'pr the affair will in-
elu~de Lou Burt, club president, Cy
Il g u s t o 4, committee chairman
Captain James Simirll, Feldig
Yost, arry K ipke, and the 1931
captain.
Irvin Cy Houston anouced :yes-
terday that at the conclusion of
the Bust the entire party will ad-
journ to the auditorium of the
Masonic, tern p~pe where a Michigan
ight show will be in progress.
Dancing w,,,ll ;foIow d-e show.
The shown will feature the Varsity
band, tlkce Qlje Crb, and the ,wrest-
ling, boxing and fencing squads.
This prc gram7 will be given under
the auspi1ces o the United Bue
Lodge entertainment committee.
TIhe Bust committee includes
Ho~uston, chairman, ,Roy H. Torbet,
vine chairman, rwin F. Coveney,
James Craig, Angus G. Goetz,
Ie fry Grinnell, Willam M. eston,
Lop.is B. Hyde, Raymond Lane,
Frederick C. Matthaei, James. M.
O'Dea, H cx W. Roe, and Cedric
Smith.
Tickets for the affair are on sale
at; the club office, the Cadillac
Athletic club, and the Masonic
temple.
WLL FNTE A
Michigan Night to be, ()br'i,4
at Detroit Glf C.
The entertainment committee of
the Detroit Golf Club has set. aside
Saturday, Dec. 6 as University of
Michigan night when members of
the University of Michigan club of
Detroit and their families will par-
ticipate in a special program at the
clu~b house.
T'he Varsity musical, clubs will
ren-der a typical Michigan prgrani
during the evening. Music far th I
dancing which will follow the pro-
gram will be furnished by the Var-
sity orchestra.
Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-
leics, Franklin Cipoi, asistant
director, and "Red" Glasgow, for-
mer Varsity cheerleader will at-'
tend the affair.
The club has been limited to 300
dinner tickets, and 409 concerts
and dance tickets.

TUNNFY i §£ 11~BFO
ATT~iMN AN ~A FOTBALL

DOP I[[TN L ANE ALL SUPPLEMENTs GENERAL
GAME I,..i IrL~I~LIBRARY BY OOLLECT!ON OF1 BOOKS
1 AIIC I jjw I II0I I Latest Togt nMnyFed Mann; "Pacifism in the Modern
' UIL L~L Now Obtainable in S.C.A. \Vorid"by Dev oe Allen; "Prophiets
s x :Lendig Libary"Seed," by Charles G. iNorris;
Regular Squzad of 15 Men to be Lcnirg ibau. f ewindiao," by Ovroai oran;
Current books of popular interest "buingBy" yOl o.e~re
Chosen From 45 Tryoutsaalbeatte"h Land of ibe rty," by Suth er-r
Ch} ~~~that are not vialea h gen-I land Bates; "'Shep hrArds in Sacmk-}
IAfter Chiristmaxi~s.; eral library can now be obtained byj cloth," by ShiaK -mih An-
faculty members or students at the gel Pavement," by J. D. Priestley;
Forty-five students are trying out recently established lending library'Idvuaim-Odnd ew"b
for the Reserve officers Training at Lane hal11. John Dewey;,"The Twilight of ne~
Corp.; rifle team, Capt. Robert II. This pr cect, sponsored by thei Empire," by Scott Nearing; "Whi'te
a Lord announced yesterday. After Student Christvian association, is April," by Li ette Reese, and "The
expected to fill a decided lack on Dilemma of the Liberated," by G-.
: Christmas vacation the regular ri-C the campus in supplying the new-! Mdunson.
fie team of 15 men will be chosen( est thought in philosophy, litera- A pny of the above books can be
from those tryouts making the best ture, science, history, politics, fic- drawn out for a period of two weeks
S cores tnterpatiepros ion, drama, poetry, and critical or less at the charge of five cents
interpatc eid. fwriting. for the first day and two cents for
Thirty ma~tches with other rifle The library was opened the first each subsequent day.
teams have already been arrangedj of the week with the following vpl- -
the majority of which will take times: "King Mob," by F. K. Notch, TI'PEWRITER
place in March. The team can carry "The Magic Mountain," by Thomas( REPAIRING'
on as many matches at one time as Almkso ahns
it wishes. The scores of the high-,Al ak..f.acins
,Photo est 10 of the 135nmen firing are Our equipment and per. -
sonlaeie Tunney to each of the other universai i namngtebsidterSed h ctl
.y of Yale cmeigad by a opartv of twenty years' careful building.
ielps, Mrs. study, the standings of the teams
ffield, wife can be readily determined. 0 . D. MORRIL
Caliber .22 rifles and caliber .22 --- 314 South State Phone 6615
______rim-fire ammunition are used in all ,_______
matches. Each man is allowed tw o
''^'° {sighting shots and ten record shots «
On 1 which are fired from each of the --
_____ _ following positions: prone, sitting,
kneeling, and standing.
tPL)I
thers, Sue Student Applicy fions
"Dancing Should be Co zsidcrc
evalier in 1I
Students plannirig to enter F o pro-Mu1 5
a in "The fessional schools at the Unive-'eity

I Radio Today.
Prof. Walter L. Badger, of the
chemical engineering, depart-
ment, will talk on salt, sugar,
and the more cormmoni chemicals
with which t he householder
comes in contact, today during
the University radio hour. Sid-
ney Straight, tenor, will be the
soloist on the program.
P.U. AD flERp
T..i c.lcit Illustratio ns
COMPLETE DRAFTING
SERVICE
Specialzing in
ILLUSTRATIONS FOR TEXT
BOOKS, REPORTS,
TECHNICAL ARTICLES AND
TECHNICAL ADVERTISING

Associa ted ZPress
Before atf'tonding the Yale-Hawrvard footbalih game, Gen;
-ii ex_ Lyon. Phelps, nrrted Shakespearian authorit7
university. Tront rowi, left to right: Mrs. Tunney, Mrls. Ph
Julian Humphr'ey and Tunney. Back row: Mrs. James Schef
of former U. Se ambassador, Prof. Phelps. and Harold Cooper.

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303 S. State1

SCULP TO 'lJ"; HS' X i1

THEATERS.
Majestic - Grant Wit
Carol, Tully Marshall in
Sweeties."
Michigan-Maurice Chi
"Playboy of Paris."
W uer th-Walter Huston

MER

Modernistic T'rend Predominates
L But Other 'Types Are Also
Displayed.
Thirty works of some of the best
1known American sculptors are be-
Sing shown in the exhibit of small
American sculpture in the north
gallery of alumni J3femorial hail.
The exhibit, second of the series for
1930-31 on the program of the de-
partment of fine arts, is sponsored
by the College Art association
which _sends out traveling exhibi-
tions every year to the different
universities.
Examples of t h e modernistic
trend predominate the .exhibit al--
though the other types of art are
also to -be seen. Qne of the most
representative of the modenistic
class which is being featured is
Warren Wheelock's "Golf Girl"
which has won several prizes for
the author during the last fev,
years. Wheelock has several other
works on exhibition in the LoosAn
goles museum and the Dudto-nstag
gallery of New York.
Two other works, which a-ro als)
gQ~sidered ypical of i~mo-e.ris-.
tic style, a'r e Russell Wrig;ht's
Bulls" and "Horses." He also has
won several prizes and has exhibit-
ed in the Metropolitan museum of
New York and the Philadelphia
Arts and Crafts galleries. "War-
rior," by W. W. Rosenbauer, is an-
other work which is being featured
while Choate's "Book Ends," works
which have aroused considerable
comment, are also shown.
Seniors Urged to Get
Several hundred seniors have not
yet purchased their .-nsian picture
receipts, George E. Vofmeister, '31
business manxe r of ' hcyearbook,
said yesterday.I
Gracduatingstudeu't. Nv'>o (10not
obtain receiipt;- ard hoave appoinlt-f
ments with an official phot )graph-
er bcfore the deadline date, Deec.
15, will not. be able to have their
pictures in the anim, Hofmoiister
s", ted.

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Bach Man." and. at other insitutions nex; rfay

t'atifornia

GENERAL. should send in applications
lExhibit --Smal American sculp- early date Dean John I',. E
ture, open daily until 5 o'clock, of the literary college, stat,
north gallery, Alumni MemorialI terday.
:hail. Each year a large number
Exhibit-Color display, first floor dents are rejected because
corridors, Architectural building, cations are sent in late, h
closes today. Numerous requests have c
Annual Internatio~.aI Thanksgiv- Dean Effinger during the l<
' ig (inner-6 o'clock tonight, Un- ' weeks from other colleges a
ion ball com. I, versities requesting that a
'taakginga ;ance -9 to 1:30 L ions be filled out and sen,
o'clock, Union ballroom. Tickets at soon as possible. Many of tH
Union main lobby 'desk. mittees on admission hold
Thna =_qgivii~g ~Axnce - Michigan meetings the latter part of
league, 9 to 1 o'clock. ary and in March.
I a ss

sat an
;ffinger
td yes.-
of st'l--
appl -
1e said.
come to '
last few
,nd t ni-
applica -
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I their
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colkgemen is
L'?V1REVER college men
1pause to load their pipes
yesu;'ll see the familiar blue tin of
E(,ga north!
At California, at Yale, at Willianms
~al Carvell . .. in America's lead-
ing colleges and universities you
viii find Edgeworth the favorite
smh~i ob~acco of the college man.
olEge mcii evierywvhere respond
to the appeal of pipes-packed with
cool, .low-burning Edgeworthi. Be
guided by their choice. Try' Edge-
vorh yourself. Taste its-rich nat-
ural savor that is enhanced im-
mcasuzrazbly by Edgeworth's dis-
-- ti y e leventh process.
L ou tiii find Edgeworth at your
nearer t tobacco :hop-15 the tin.
Or, fcr' generous free sample, ad-
dress Larus & Bro. Co., 105 S. 22d
St., _Richm rond, Va.
S! OF G TOBACCO

O~rgan
Recital

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of troon at 4:1j5

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Banking

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Something beyond the
teller's window and
f'iound in the experience

a nd co-operation
officers and staff.

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'usical Merchandise
Prices Sashed from 20 % to 50%

F. T NATIONAL BANN AND TRUKST u
ANN ARBOR,. MICH.
Founded in 1,863

Edgeworth is a blend
of fine old burledys,
with its natocral savor
enhanced by Edge-
worth's distinctive
eleveultilprocecss.
Buy Edgoworth any-
where in t, o corms
- Ready-Rubbel"
an~d "Plug Slice." All
sizes, 13 pocket
package to pound
humidor tin.

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Musical Inst uments
New Gold Trumpet, was $55.00, now.....
Used C Melody Saxophone, was $50.00, now..
Bb Clarinet Outfits . . . . . . . . . . .
Vio~in Outfits Greatly Reducedl
Gibson 'Tenor Banjo and Case............. .
Gibson Mandolin, now .............
Used $100.00 Maybell Banjo reduced to.
Ukuleles at as much as 20% less.

$40.00
.25.00
$17.5.0
$25.00
$.22-50
..$30.00

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$2t A pair
5 ts x
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MajesticMoe 131, Brunswick Model 15 at.
su$taniaIReductions.
PIANOS
G z±,A - iza!ns at prices ranging from
X25.00 upwards.
Ais~o N e Pia _,s At Great Savings
All Phonograph Records (except current numbers) at from
20% to 30% less than list price. A large supply of sheet
Music and Music Books a. a generous discount, some as
much as 50% off.

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Christmas

Gifts Now!

Thes Low Prices Cannot Be Equialled j

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