THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1030
PAGE '~WO FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 19~CJ
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Captains, Lieutenants, Sergeants,
and Corporals Included
on Cadet List.
NAMES. EIGHT CAPTAINS
Grades, Military Bearin-g, and
Conduct Form Bssof
On----P -F T~~ANN ARBOR BOY AWARDDMDL-
F ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ vasJog JfL II ILJIIRFRSAVING LIFE OF SCHOOLMATE1W
THETR. 'Mi~ ~Robert A lien, 12, Risks Life toi of his companions werertungI-
Tha e -Eddie Cantor in 1I T-LyL Rescue Friend From to schaool. A first-grade boy, Carle-I
" Who .c." - Path of Car. ton Isaacson, of Dexter road, un- 1 Milker Avct
ihgaJonBnetJoE.PiaOuSinLtiytHua mindful of traffic near the school,
Drowin,Js Bennettand Jte all-I Pife;sDOctSmariest o Hns, The proudest boyin Ann Arbor started across the street. An auto-
BronJams all ad "heal- I Lie; br;ye Acios, today is Robert Allen, a pupil in mobile was rapidly bearing down _______
Amcrican football team" in "Maybe Habits o id.tesxhgaeo h lsaJnsuo i.i
, aiso id.tesxhgaeo h laJnsuo i.E---_------It's Love."-----school. Bobby, apprehending the danger,
Mimes -All-canmlus revue, "Aw, "We are of ten bioC' 1t lace tol Just turned 12, Bobby as he is dashed into the street and pulledNus"jfcwt bsiniri la omreaiirykonetrdyCltntoaeyjststhcr
With--_Edmund Lowe and Re- our own,"' remarked Dr. Arthuzr A. was awarded a gold medal at a sped by.7
gisTooey n "oodInentons" Alen prfesorof snilioogyinschool assembly. It was given in And so yesterday Bobby was p r-
gl~To.) r y i "G od nte tio s." All n, rof sso of orn thoogy in recognition for. risking his life to sen ted with a m edal by MViles C.
GEEA.jCornell university, speaking yester- save another. Bristol, assistant director of the1
CzENE~t''day in the Natural Science auditori- Three weeks ago, during the safety and traffic division of the
h r ni-From 9 to 2 o'clock umoTe orsipadlm noon lunch hour, Bobby and some Detroit Automobile club.__Al et10
um n he outshp-nd om A
Sp~ciaize in Good Pies
~ALNPIE SHOP ePn 51I
LET US SERVE YOU
JOY MONTH SPECIAL
': 2 o'clock (Except Saturday and Sun day)
in the Union ballroom.
° no.Rceita - Jose Iturbi, 8:]
Kejth F. Bennett, '31, was ap- o'clock in Hill auditorium, Chora
pointed to the office of cadet ma- Union series.
jot of the Michigan Reserve Offi- 1LL.P.A. - General assembly,9
cers Traiining corps by Maj. Basil o'clock, third floor, Union. Genera
asser bly, 2 o'clock, third-floor, Ur
D. Edwards in a list of commi1sionsin aqe,63 'lcti
issued yesterday. All other ap- :loor, Union.
pointzens1 were made in the .samea Lecture--Prof. C. L. Meader of
general orders. "The Dawning Era's Internationa
Eight men, all in the second- Language," 4:15 o'clock, roon1 231
year. advanced course, were 11-. ng eil hall.
pointed cadet cpa .Thecy are yrXCTvFO NO
R. H<.I Fahri,,, '327_, J .~r TO DISCUSS ]PROBLEM!I
'33, P. W. +Wicke> 731 fJX, 13. W. ___
Johnson, '31, C. -V7. j ohnson, '31., Problems in connection with th
Fred Mueha, '31A, C. M. Ryerson, administration and work of th
131, and D. P. Steinberg, '31. :Union for the coming semester wil
Names 10 First Lieutenants. 1 be discussed at a joint dinne
Cadet first lieutenants are P. A. m~ ~eeting of the vice presidents ar
Bros, D. G. Christian, H. W. Clark, executive council Sunday night i
Wt. H. Fouch, P. A. Kunkle, J. E. IteUin
Lester, F. C. Lowber, K. W. Michael, the.PeknsnUnion. owr. --
Cadet second lieutenants are J. FAENT EER
L. Bergman, R. D. Br'uce, C. J. FAENT EER
Dougovito, E. E. Freeman, H. S.
Howard, G. L. Johnson, J. E. Jones, ARCADE JE
G. Larson, W. E. Morgenroth, F. W.CA
Munger, J. A. Rye, R. G. Schmidt, CR
F. Schumann, and F. E. Wheeler.JE LR N
Cadet first sergeants are J. C. JEWELEkeA
Billingsley, H. D. Davidson, C. L. INck
Davis, C. P.. Korzuck, G. C. Misiner, -
and R. C. Schulte.
,Lists 61 Sergeants.
Besides these cadet officer and DA
first sergeant appointments, Major
Ed.wards announced the names ofw
61 sergeants, and 48 cadet corpor-
als. All of the cadet officers are iloice Pl
second-year advanced men, first O
sergeants are first-year advanced (Q
course men, and the corporals are
seeoad-year basic course .students.
Appintments were made on the A°T" POP
basis, of grades, military bearing
and sodierly conduct at the recoin-
3uendation of the regular army of-
ficers in charge of the unit and s -.e b
with the approval of President Ann Arbor's Leo
Alexander G. Ruthven. The entire,
corps, including the Varsity-R. 0. 4 Deli
T. C. Bap..d, now numbers approxi-
mately 500 students., Major Ed- 202 East
Life of Bird,." Bird habits, however,
are governed chiefly by instinct, Dr.
Al;len peinted out. The bird usually
has little choice in its actions.
A pair of bird; may nest at a
particular place season after sea-
son, he said. In the spring, the
male bird arr .ves first and picks
a nesting territory. When the place
is selected, he begins to sing or
drum in order to notify others birds
of his kind to beep away.I
The male birds attract females
by display of plumiage, Dr. Alien
said. If the female accepts a mate,
she nearly always builds the nest.
Bigamy among birds is not uncom-
mon, he remarked. In one case, he
obs erv ed a wren who supported two
females arid fathered .19 young in
Colored slides and motion picture
views were used to illustrate the
various phases of bird life as Dr.
Allen explained themn.
NOW Shows at
H-OWING 2:00, 3:4(
EDMUND~ LOWE-REGIS TOOMEY in
The startling advantures of a man who met the ghosts of his past on
the road to romance and happiness.
HAROLD LLOYD in
WELR Y SHOP
tL F. BAY
Swift's Drug Store
Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets
"THE ALL AIDLK4iCAN FOOTBALL TEAM"
IN ACTION ON THE SCREEN!
Collegiate pep! Ca rpus romance! Bubbling youth-and a "Big Game"-
The s:3 ppiest rah-raha-rah comedy riomance of the football gridiron!
A college education mimes the classrooiw!
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""'T eeit Is Smart These. -~ p- oB
To be thrifty does not mean buying shoddy material of any kined
for a small price.
THRIFT CONSISTS IN ETIN-G" E i ST QUL IT'Y you
can buy for your money.
BARGAINS ARE BARGAINS ONL : N YOUGETs VALUE
If you want Oriental or Chinesc ce z w - r a small price buy the
frankly, honestly ackno'wledgfed oi: c of rug, you will
thene get both wear and beauty.
In buying cheap Orientals look ':o1. .o'i th same from
the back of the rug to the surface of thlpEanne them to see if
all knots are tight and of equal siz~e Ar.11, t he rug. Feel the
wool, not only on the surface, but wyd' ~ 0see, that it is not
rough Look at the wool way down i an yowill be willin to
have your rug look like that after the zhen a.i atorn off, as it quickly
will on poor woo1.. See how much "filling Tasi put in between the
rows of wool nap. Pull the nap, a strand at °2ine, 4o see if it is jute or
rotten wool that breaks easily.
.E, RICK UGShave n ever sold -c-J° r u THERE.IS A LIMIT
MERRIC HEIRLOOMS alwayscarno only qu ,ali*ty but beauty.
Ask for a written guarantee of qual8iy and fadeless ness with the
Orental you buy.
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