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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1930 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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(' " V Q|1|| FREDDY BE RGIN AND HIS V AG ABONDS
F L [VDU ULIULI TO PLAY AT SOPH PROM ON DEC. I
BAND TO PROVlEKzl h
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~igh School Students
begin IPay Rehearsals
Preparations for the a n n u a l
hristmas assembly of the Univer-
.y High school, which will be fea-
red this year by the production
Mackaye's "A Christmas Masque"

University Studio May Featurej
Hour of Entertainment
in Broadcast.
SPECIALTIES ARRANGED
Union Tap Room, Library Will
be Open for Loungers
During Evening.
Climaxing the pre-holiday social
season, the annual Soph Prom will
be held from 9 until 2 o'clock Fri-
day night, Dec. 12, in the ballroom
of the Union. Freddy Bergin and
his Vagabonds will provide musicl
for the affair, which is usually re-
garded as one of the most colorful
of the class dances.
Negotiations for broadcasting{
part of the program are being made
by the Prom committee. Although
not definite, it is expected that the
University studio will broadcast the
music from 11:30 to 12:30 over
WJR. the "Goodwill station of De-
troit."

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wrhabenrevdfo thert Feldman, '31, have been ap-
wor h as been ree** c fom thy. ® ni t AssemTbte painted as assist nt cha.irllen u
state highway department t h a t .
plans have been completed for the ° A i Aror, Jan. 9 the second ann_ :1 1il 1 found'-
- --- I tion loan fund nv which will
Osborn bridge over the Huron river Trustes of the Michigan district swing into action tmorrow night.
on the Huron River drive. of Kira-Js International will hold This year's goal has been set a
The bridge, the state highway de- thelir: anual mid-winter confer- one thousand dollars.
partment made known, will be part once Triy, Jan. 9. in the League Depletion of last year's fund,
of the 1931 construction program. buildin, it was announced yester- which was oversubscribed, and an
Inclement weather has hindered 1 day. I coerantional representatives increasing number of students in
construction and maintenance work and i rus n addition to the gov- temporary need of funds has
on county roads during the past erno-s and lieutenant governors of prompted Joseph Solomon, '31L, to
week, Bailey said. Several new cul- the dis.t are expected to attend concentrate on a week's campaign
verts have been placed, however. the gatheriV. that will see both frernities and
Four dump trucks have also been A lucheon has been planned independent roomng houses can-
purchased by the commission. with the Ann Arbor club. vassed.

Recently completing a nation-wide tour of leading ballrooms, hotels,
and clubs, Freddy Bergin and his Vagabonds has been acclaimed as one

vision of Mrs. Marion K. Huber, of
the English department of this in-
stitution and Miss Edith Hoyle, of
th; social studies department.
"The play will emphasize the
Ch istmas motif that it is better
to give than to receive," officials of
the high school said.
Tryouts which were held last
week resulted in the choice of Rob-
ert Grafton to play the leading role.
State Plans to Build
County Bridge in 1931
A. R. Bailey, engineer-manager of
the Washtenaw county road com-
mission, announced yesterday that

of the country's leading orchestras.
of the program broadcast from the
DENTAL STUDENTS
OFF EREDPRIZES

Plans are being made to have part
Union ballroom over WJR, Detroit.
TO DEBATE RADIO ADS.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-
Inter-society groups here will de-
bate the question: "Resolved, that
the Federal Radio commission have
power to control radio advertising."

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District Dental Society
N. Y. Sponsors Contest.

Students in the University School
of Dentistry may compete for $400

Vagabonds Are 'well-Known. in prizes to be awarded for contest
The Vagabonds which were or- papers, according to an announce-
ganized several years ago and ment received yesterday by the
sprang into such popularity that dental school library.
they were booked for long engage- Sponsored by the first district
ments at the Book Cadillac Hotel Dental Society of the State of New
in Detroit as well as at the Detroit York, the contest is intended to
Athletic Club. The orchestra closed arouse original research by stu-
its third consecutive season at Jean dents throughout the country. Two
Goldkette's Graystone Gardens in awards, the Benjamin Lord and the
Detroit this summer. A nation- Morris L. Chaim prizes, will be of-
wide tour of leading ballrodms, ho-1 fered henceforth annually at the
tels, and clubs was recently com- discretion of the board of directors.
pleted by the band and everywhere The former, totaling $150, is of-
it was acclaimed one of America's fered for the most acceptable paper
'reatest musical organizations. in the field of clinical dentristry
Several novelty numbers have having an immediate and direct
been arranged by Bergin. The value in its application to practical
Cadets, a three-man close harmony needs, which paper embodies the
combination will provide the chief result of original research not pre-
erntertainment features of the viously published. The Chaim prize
nand. Bergin, himself, will present of $250 is offered for the most ac-
some solo piano numbers. ceptable paper in the field of sci-
Will Open Tap Room. ence and art as related to dentis-
Permission has been obtained try, if the paper also embodies the
from Union authorities to open the result of original work not already
Tap room to the dancers. The Pen- published.
dleton library will also be open for
Conditions of the contest as reg-
lounging purposes.gulated by the board of directors re-
Blue leather engagement books, qieta yerte aucit
embossed in gold with a seal of the quire that typewritten manuscripts
University and the letters "SOPH be submitted by Dec. 10 to the seec-
1Rl4OM 1930," and a pencil attached retary of the first district Dental
by a gold cord, will be given as society, New York City, such man-'
favors for the affair. uscripts to be typewritten and ac-
Tickets for the Prom may be ob- companied by all necessary photo-
tained daily from 9 to 3 o'clock un- graphs, drawings, diagrams and
til Friday at Angell and Univer- tables, and shall be ready for pub-
sity halls. They will also be sold lication. The society will consider
from 3 to 5 daily at the Union and the publication of the papers, al-
at the Engineering arch from 8 un- though such publication is binding
til 3 tomorrow. The number of bids, to neither party.
which are priced at 5 dollars, will _
be limited to 300.
350 Schools Invited
for Interscholastic
Press Meeting Here
Final plans for the 1'. 'ehi. n In-
terscholastic Press Asso-,ation 193
convention, which will be held a
the Union on December 11, 12, and
13, will be discussed Tuesday a
luncheon of Sigma Delta ,Cn
journalistic fraternity, which
sponsoring theassenbly with to
aid of the journalism department
Invitations have been sent out to-)
more than 350 high schools in
Michigan whose papers, annuals, ;
and magazines have been repro-
sented or intend to be represented
here. The fact that
Thirty-five discussion groups have usual. Even in the
ists, and leaders for thes e grops venient small sizedc
have been selected from the Uni- it is the best cleaner
versity student body and the facul-
ty. Speakers on the program in- The Swiss Ene
lude Dr. Randolph Adams, of the the fabric in the da
Clements library, Rev. Fredck
BohnFisher, of the First Me1 ho- plant and let us sho
dist church, A. L. Miller, editor of use no caustic or a
the Battle-Creek News- 2ncp rer, filteration and cfs ii
and Prof. Wilbur R. J lump reys,x
assistant dean of the literary
school. .it" ewes-

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