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YULETIDEC NCEHT
Christmas Caroals and. Church
Mscto Feature Program
in Hill Auditorium.
IS GIVEN EACH- YEAR

TILSON REPORTS
DEADLOCK BREAK

iWhat's Going~ On CORSETNS
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1'~ s-"JstImjne"With El
Brendel1.
Y~ih~a --Mari-, D-1:Sler and
Wallace Beery in "IVm and rill."

S i.--Ev ry n sons were sentenced in
c rcuit court ye Corday, four draw-

Wuer '--arold Lloyd in "ee L LIPg;prison11terms and three placed!
o oit. ap20bt 0e, by JdeGeorge W.
GENERAL Sample.
« .' w.nstantnplc and It s , 1r _ .senCnscd ? £to bfivt _ LanTeaS
ar hools," stludent volunteer Y IO -- lo , >c' : 1' a^ r'fmtnr , ', 3 t TEon'i. ,

.Reccord 4'to i'scuss
Cori uismAgainst
Chstanity Today
"Communism, or Christianity" will
be the subject of a sermon by Dr.
A. P. Reccord this morning in Uni-
tari «n church.
Pastor of the Unitarian church
in Detroit since 1919, Dr. Reccord
was a member of the Sherwood.
EdIdy part which last summer
visrtd ?Ru . "a. Numnerous int-er views
wihpromineSoviet off-Li-cia wre
octined b~j Dr. Reccord, and(">
aer tons made from the.so will be
the theme of his sermon.
A round table discussion at 7:3C
o'clock this evening on the comn-
rx'unistic movement will be held by
Dr. R~eccod with students. A Christ-
mas party in the church parsonage
xviii follow the discussion. ®

More Than 1 90 Students
Take Part; Osborn to
Give Organ S i..

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Christmas carols, church n'music,
and regular concert numbers will
be combined to offer -a varied pro-
gram Wednesday night when the
Varsity band, Men's and Girls' Glee
clubs and special soloists will offer
their annual Christmas concert in
Hill auditorium.
To Decorate Auditorium.
As has been the custom in the
past, the auditorium will be deco-
rated with Chrisetmas trimmings
which, combined with the yellow
and blue uniformrs of, the band and
the formal attire of the glee clubs,
miay prove to be a colorful affair.
It is also planned not to charge
any admission to the concert.
More students will be taking part
in the concert this year than ever
before. The band and M\en's Glee
club will be composed of 70 men
each, while the Girls' Glee club
will number nearly 50. In addition
to the three organizations, ensem-
bles and soloists have also been
added to the program.
Nicholas Falcone will again direct
the band while Arthur Hackett, who
has succeeded Raymond Harrison
as director of the Men's Glee club,
will lead that organization. Nora
Crane Hunt will be at the head of
the Girls' Glee club. Retta Mc-
Knight and Kenneth Osborne will
be the accompanists on the piano
and organ, respectively, while Ois-!
borne is also scheduled to offer a
solo.
Specialty Numbers Planned.
One of the numbers is a hymn,
"Joy to the World," -Y Handel in
which the audience i to join with
the glee clubs and band in singing
it. Another number which is fea-
tured on the program is the "Sym-
phonic March," by lBone~i, which
the band introduced into America
last spring.
Two specialty voice numbers are
also included in the program. The
first one, a duet with MaTrjorie Mc-
Clung, soprano, and Ildred Drink-
aus, contralto, will be "0 Little
Town of Bethlehem." The other
will be rendered by a quintet.

John Q. Tilson,
Representative from Connecticut
and majority floor leader, who said
that the house conferees had pre-
pared a new compromise offer to
break the Muscle Shoals deadlock.
Wood to Attend Social
Association Convention
Prof. Arthur E. Wood, of the
sociology department, will deliver
a paper before the annual conven-
tion of the American Sociological
society in Cleveland Dec. 29 to 31,
on the subject, "A Brief Report of
Social Forces in Hamtramck."
The paper, which is the product
of research conducted by ProfessorJ
Wood in the Polish center Fduring
the last year, makes an analysis
of population, as well as taking up
the problems of leisure time, and
unemployment.
Faculty Member Takes
Residence in Germany
Prof. John W. Bradshaw, of the'
mathematics department, who is
traveling on the European conti-
nent this year has recently taken
up residence in Germany, a letter
received at the Alumnus office said.
BRIGHT SPOT
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TODAY 5:30 TO 7:30
SPECIAL FIFTY CENT DINNER)
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CORN FRITTERS
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SPECIAL THIRTY-FIVE CENT
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ROAST BEEF AU JUS
STUFFED PORK CHOPS
CRANBERRY SAUCE
FRUIT SALAD
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ing ':0 o cl c nohf~cn g
at nig ht. Unita1-rian c°hurch.
Faculty concert-Handel's "Mes-
siah," 4:15 o'eloek, Hill auditorium.3
:IOND AY
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P1ialetic-'t-ust Ima-mne" with El
Brendel.y
iVchigan -- Marie Dressler anti
Wallace Beery in "Min and Bill."
W erth-Hiarold Lloyd in "Feet
First."
GENERAL
Lectures-Samuel Wyer will talk
on "Muscle Shoals," 11 o'clczk, in
room 348, Architectural building'.
'1 e F undameentals oft Elee'Lficai
Power Distribution," 4:15 oeok
in the Natural Scienceautoi.

th "1the 'i nimusn s:i :entence recarnt)Y"?-
n ed?, (r *n1 awfally drivinga
awyan at 'omob-le.{
charge-;, and senter-ces meted out
3were:.__Raymond z r pes, Dexter, two
to ten years iL) at reformatory;
Lloyd Powers, Adrian, six months
to one var in state reformatory;
Albert ac, Detroit, six months
to two yea:,rs in srate prison at
Jackson.
P F N S
A N 1)
P 1E N C I L S
All makes and all pri~cs
A Red Arrow Place
O .MORL
34 South State Phone 6615

"Seriously S
r I belizve Feet First'
funny r"Picture I kave
thrIl' 'm sure it su'
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o' is the most hilariously I
ve ever made -- and, for I
urpasses Safety Last."'
HAROLD LLOYD i

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DUKE UNI4VERSITY
School Hof Medicine
Oan October 1, 1931, carefully
selected first and third year stu-
dcznts -will be admitted. Applica-
tiois rmzy be sent at any time and
will be considered in the order of
rccipt. Catalogues and applica-
tier! forms may be obtained from
the, Dean.

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Harold -- It's
a Happiness
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