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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1930

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IHOOV ER OFFICIA4LLY OPENS WORLD
SERIES BY THROWING FIRST BALL
I - 'P l ue n- r - eomĀ° m

it CITY NEWS IN BRIEF

H-UIBALL IN HIHSIl
ST'UDIO BROADCASTi
University of the Air Scheduled
to Start With Address
by Head Coach.
HOBBS ALSO TO SPEAK
Varsity Band Po Give Program
of Wolverine Marches
and Songs.'
Active broadcasting will start
from the University studio Saturday
evening, October 4, when Harry
Kipke, head coach of the Michigan
football team, will discuss the pros-
pects of the current season, as well
as the changes that have been made
in official football rules.
Prof. William H. Hobbs of the,
geology department will give a
brief talk on the University expedi-
tion to Greenland, and also will dis-R
cuss coming polar explorations. The!
Varsity band, under the direction of
Nicholas Falcone, will play the'
Michigan marches which will be
played at the football games this
fa~ll.
McClusky to Speak
The second Parent Program will
be broadcast Sunday, October 5, to
the Michigan Congress of Parent-
T-achers, with Dr. Howard Mc-!
Clusky discussing, "Creating Whole-j
some Attitudes in Youth." Frank

CHANGE OF ADDRESS SLIPS.
Candidates for Course in Speech 'tudents, especially upperelass-
to Discuss Late Rushing, amen,are urged by A. C. Pack, post-
Punisment master, to fill out change of ad-
Caia dress cards so that mail can be
delivered promptly. A number of
..SEASON TO OPEN SOON students have failed to comply!
-with this request, Postmaster Pack
Michigan's varsity debating teams said, and mail can be deliveredj
will be chosen in the near future, only-when slips have been properly
the speech department announced t filled. These slips are obtainable. at
yesterday. Both men and women the sub-station in Nickel's Arcade
students have been requested to or at the downtown postoffice.!
try out for the Speech 81 class from When filled out they can be
which the teams will be picked. dropp d into any mail box or left,
The subject to be debated during at the postoffice.
the conference season, which opens j
in the middle of November, will be HEADS MINISTERIAL GROUP.
announced next week. Rev. Andrew E. Kurth, pastor of
Tryouts will be held at 7 o'clock Calvary Evangelical church, was
(l Associa frps,, tonight in the Alpha Nu room on elected president of the Ann Arbor
President Hoover throwing the first ball to officially open this year's the fourth floor of Angell hall. All Ministerial association at its meet- i
World's series between Philadelphia and St. Louis. The President made candidates for the team who have ing Wednesday. He succeeds Rev.
a special trip from Washington to Philadelphia to witness Robert Moses' not passed Speech 33 and 34 must Allison Ray Heaps. Rev. R. N. Mc-
Lefty) Grove, the ace of the Mackmen, pitch the Athletics to a 5-2 appear for preliminary tryouts at Michael was elected secretary, a
victory in the first game. that time. The candidates will be position held by Rev. Kurth for
judged by the members of the many years.
___speech department.EA
Candidates will be required to ! ENROLLMENT INCREASES.
FESTIVITY P [ANNED Sceen Rflcton Figures c thied by the super-
S reen Ref lton s make five-minute speeches on the itn tosolbyo
following subjects: "Resolved, that intendent of schools shows an in-
the proposed deferred rushing plann city
at the University of Michigan be schools over the corresponding
At the Michigan is "Sins of the abandoned;" "Resolved that cap- period last year. The enrollment to
Children." We know that Louis ita punishment be the penalty for date is 4,454 as compared to 4,3841
Mann is starred, that the main sup- premeditated murder in the state for the corresponding period last
University of Michigan Club -o port consists of Robert Montgomery, of Michigan;" or "Resolved, that fall. Considerable gain is shown in
Give Banquet for Alumni Elliott Nugent, and Leila Hyams, four years in college are four years the senior high school enrollment,
in Boston. that Sam Wood directed, that it's a wasted." the registration being 921 to 869 of
Bosto'n' M-G-M all-talking picture. W e last year.
When members of the alumni heard that it offers good entertain- BOOK ON INDIANS HURT IN COLLISION.
of the University invade Boston at1ltough slighty hokumiedit TO APPEAR S O O N Colliin o twcastthener-

morning r'sulted in the injury of
one person and the escape of two
others from possible serious injury.
Gerald Kimberly, of 909 Fifth
street, driver of a car that collided
with a machine driven by Dr. W.
S. Moore, 603 Swift street, was
admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital.
The extent of Kimberly's injuries,
however, could not be learned. Dr.
Moore and Mrs. A. G. Ferguson,
818 S. Main street, a passenger,
escaped unhurt.

CLINIC MAY SAVE
O'ROURKE'S EYES
Developments pointing to a possi-
bility that the sight of Peter J.
O'Rourke, New York city traffic offi-
cer, might be saved, was expressed
~yesterday by University hospital au-
thorities. O'Rourke is convalescing
from wounds received when fired
upon by two bandits the night of
September 17 on the Plymouth road.
Hospital attaches at first believed
O'Rourke would be totally blind.
Physicians, however, stated they
were certain his right eye could be
saved, and possibly the sight of the
left.

0Comp etc Line of Everything Musical

THE MATCHLESS BALDWIN LINE OF PIANOS
VICTOR MAJESTIC BRUNSWICK RADIOS
UNEXCELLED MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENTS

Terms to Suit

University Music House
Devoted to Music
William Wade Hinshaw
Cor. Maynard & William Phone 7515
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&'yan w i ne 'te soloist upon tnis next month to see the Michigan-
"rogram.m-
The Michigan University of the Harvard game, and to attend the
Ai~r Will start Monday, October 6 National Alumni dinner before the
and Will be on the air each Monday game at the Hotel Somerset, they
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will be greeted by the University
aftenoon frorm 2 to 2:30. The pro- of Michigan club of New England.
groins for the first week consist Following the dinner alumni and
of health talks addressed to par- guests will near President Alex-,
eats and teachers. Monday, Dr. ander G. Ruthven, Justice Robert
Warren Forsythe, of the health Thompson, Athletic Director Field-
service, will' discuss, "School Health ing H. Yost, and the Governor of
Problems." Upon this same pro- Massachusetts. James M. Swift,I
graid, Charles A. Fisher will give a '95L, LL.M. (Hon.) '25, former At-
brief resume of the extension class- torney General of Massachusetts,
es of the University for the com- will act as toastmaster. In addition
ing year. The soloist for this broad- a comprehensive entertainment
cast Will be George Poiner, violinist. program is being arranged by thel
Dr. Emery E. Sink, of the depart- committee in charge.
meet of hygiene and public health, In preparation for the active
will speak Tuesday, October 7, on launching of banquet arrange-
the subject, 'Conservation of Eye- ments, the University of MichiganI
Sight of School Children." There club staged a dinner at the Uni-
wil 'also be a brief news flash from versity club in Boston, September
the University campus. Raymond 19, with T. Hawley Tapping, gen-
Morin, pianist, will be the soloist. eral secretary of the Alumni asso-
.Soloist on Program. ciation, as guest.
Dr. William M. Brace, physician So great has been the interest in
of the University health service, the banquet among the alumni of
will discuss the purpose and the the middle west that a special
value of health examinations on train is to be run from Ann Arbor
Wednesday, Octoberm 8. Dr. Brace, and Detroit on Thursday evening.
who has just completed a physical The Varsity squad and the Varsity,
examination of the entering class band will be on this train which
of the University and who has been will run as the second section of
in charge of this annual examina - the Wolverine. Additional cars will
tion for some years past, will telli be added at various cities along the
of his observations. The soloist upon route. Michigan men from all
this program will be Si dpney sections of the east are planning to
thisproram wil beS id ne yattend the game-.
Straight, graduate of the Universityam
school of music.+
"How We Prevent Diphtheria" Satisfaction--Service
will be the topic of Dr. Mathew E.;
Foller, Thursday, October 9. Thej
Midnight Sons quartette, an organ- PLEDGE PINS
ization which proved decidedly pop- BUTTONS, BADGES
ular upon past Michigan Night pro- B
grams, will also present a short GUARDS
program. , w T-%r'~

is an enjoyable production.
The Majestic has Leatrice Joy's'
"A Most Immoral Lady" to which
we also plead guilty of not having j
seen. It closes tonight, followed to-
morrow by H. B. Warner's "On'
Your Back," which one announce-
ment describes as concerning "the
world of wonderful women who
wear their brains on their backs." ?t
Downtown the Wuerth offers;
"Little Johnny Jones"' with Eddie
Buzzell of musical comedy fame. We
saw him two years ago on Broad-C
way in a side-splitting role in"
"Ladyfingers" teamed up with mar-
jorie White ("Sunny Side Up" and
"High Society Blues.") Eddie's film
debut, however, falls rather flat-
the vehicle furnishedcompletely
failing to take advantage of his
unique talent. Several spots are
good, while the whole is fair.
Foreign.l
Foreseeing an eastern exodus this
week-end, following are the Auto,
City's best bets: Lillian Roth ap-
pears in person at the Michigan in
a return of uncanned music on the'
stage, while Otto Pommerening
flickers occasionally on the screenI
fn a football epic. The long awaited
screen "Whoopee" version with Ed-;
die Cantor is at the United Artists.
The Fox has Bert Lytell on the
screen in "The Last of the LoneR
Wolf" and the stage throbs again
to a "Seeing Double" Idea with;
twins and twins. -Bert.,

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Packard street early Wednesday
Hinsdale Ends Five Year Study
of Michigan Savages.
Five years research into the an-
nals of the Michigan Indians will be ht
climaxed soon by Dr. W. B. Hins- '
dale, custodian of Michigan Archae- 802 PARKARD STREETj
ology in the University Museum of TODAY'S DINNER SPECIAL
Anthropology, with the issuing of TOD INER SFEH A L
an archaeological atlas that will re- ; FRIED FILLET OF HADDOCK
veal extensive information on the SPANISH PORK CHOPS
lives of the first inhabitants of this ROAST VEAL
state. WITH
Compiled as a book in two parts, SCOLLOPED
the atlas will be accompanied by a ' OR
general handbook, containing illu- DUCHESS POTATOES
strations and explanations of the CUCUMBER SALAD
investigations. Maps of the atlas 35t
will delineate old Indian tribes, vil-
lage sites, burying grounds, copper
mines and other information that COMMENCING MONDAY
1 has been gathered about the early We will deliver our famous
Michigan settlers. Toasted Sandwiches, Soups, etc.
to all parts of the city.
Copy for the atlas is now ready Deliveries at 9:00, 9:30, 10:00,
and in the hands of the University 10:30 and 1:00 P. M.
editor of Scholarly Publications, Dr. PHONE 9180
Eugene S. McCartney. When print-
ed by the University Research coun-
cil, the publication will be issued to.
libraries, 'museums, schools, as well
as to individuals who are desirous
of obtaining a copy.
R OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
-In the liberal arts college, women
students outnumber men, 1015
Ito '193.
Today ENT
Saturday '. Eisen
Only
ALICE -
DAY EVENINGS 8:1
NNY JONES
ou see him, you'll love hui. He'll j
Broadway didn't oay $6.60 to ~ee -
hem more than their money's worth
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SUNDAY
inEFOR THE
(ELL 1DEFENCE"

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Swift's Dru tore
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FOUNTAIN SERVICE
1 2 DELICIOUS MALTEDS
RICH CHOCOLATE SODAS
PLAIN AND TOASTED SANDWICHES
6ComeRin and refresh yourself

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ISTATONERY
Eaton Receives Honor I GIFTS
From Trinity CollegelI
IBurr, Patterson & !
Prof. John W. Eaton of the Ger-
man department was honored last !IAuld Co.
June with a doctors degree from
Trinity College, Dublin in recogni- Fraternity Jewelers
tion of his latest book, "German !
Influence on Danish Literature."
The volume was published last year 603 Church Street
by the Cambridge university press.__
CAIRSN

Shows at
2:00, 3:30
7:00, 9:00
EDDIE
BUZELL
"LITTLE JQH
He's the Personality Kid. When yc
make you cry and laugh and cheer.
him for nothing. No sir, he gave f
in song, dance, comedy and drama
'STARTING
WILLIAM POW

LAST TIMES TODAY
Leatrice Joy in
"A MOST IMMORAL LADY"

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ORCHESTRAS
GENERAL
BOOKING SERVICE
Local and Detroit Bands
Office: 228 Nickels Arcade

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Broadw.,'s C
most beautiful
actresses in the
F i f t h Avenue
fashion w o r l d
becoming e n -
tangled in af.
fairs of the
heart-and for
unbelievably
b e a u t if ul,
modes.
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