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January 06, 1931 - Image 2

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LD HALTHI
IJ1 .; i~aetin !:i1 the Uni-wer -
hI. ~ 15 esi~ncd ye.sterdayjI
0toedlucation schooi,
( e''edto th :°Thou!
of «.1y andth . o1 past
Ci' o e ' lcp en (-ftheir
l: 1':r uii te uDrision of
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1- :ehol,_;Ill offer a discurs ion
_ tr~A of the intelligence
.s kdhAlte scehool . sscous of
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Yel,- ill pr-esent the musical n
F r 'i iI on Ijaines. of the
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v~ie Straight, tenor, will he the'
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TICKET1 SALE RESUMEDt
Special Booths Wi1 be Tre ated-
as Ante-Rooms Bordering
Plans for the ecoratioori of they
gymnasium and the lobbies of the
Intramural builin~g ior the ?1932
J-Hop to be held Feb. 1 3 were comn- - -Y
pleted during the holidays, Lyle F. ? Te rhiet'~ neti a te ;rtve . 'cn'fr h Pta
Zisler, '32A, chairman of decora- [ H
tions, announced yesterday. The - rp, reveal:: that the gy'rnasz~urn will resemble a mdr asa
buidig il b dcoatd ik aZisle r, '32A, representative of the Architectural school (on c~t-io' c
modern Parisian night club. and will direct their constraction annetio Lcth orptrnc0
Special Light Effect. independent groups will berder the Intrarmra_;flzor asate-ro s s
The decorative scheme will be modernistic columns of metal anal glass )igh e ? i w°n wi, ;1.
featured at four centers of inter- -
est, the patrons' and committees' l________________ ________________
booth motifs(A V. two ends and
the two orchel L .and~s at the ( 'I"
sides. A high fiootiilig hted ceilinig AN NJ dAI R(Y1IR \T ' SX'Nf ~r,
in graduated planes; of yellow and l~1~LAJ~-J0 ~L~~
orange will, span the long room andc
follow down the walls to each of -- -----
the focal centers. This main' ceil-
ing will be flanked by a sprayed; RAY EXAMINATION Cc - .T9r on ie
ceiling surface in variegated green. AAN POSTPONED
Booths for the fra ternity and in- .ILVThr e traffic. accidents v;(e 1 c
dependent groups will be treated Another stoepaoftiei caused by slippery stts h i n
as ante-rooms bordering the main pO Arbnr ye of t ii.
ball room, each separated by huge impending examination of Grove J.rbryetrIy
modernistic columns of metal and Ray, former treasurer of the Ann' Ben Parker, of Ypsila}nti, a ruok,
glass lighted from within. Arbor joard of education, chargeddrvrfrheUirit' kld
Will Ue atrtainxand collided vwith a co: o aiked Ion
WillUse ountliLwith embezzlement of school funds,
A tall graceful fountain illunm- ;college street, cam ging it slightly.
atedwit tue lght, pace inthewas effected yesterday by Ray's at-
patron's booth, will addI to the mod- torney, William M. Laird. u crwrei2viinna-
cidrLt that oc cu rr c d at the inter-
ernisic efect.Announcement of the s e c o n d
eeciolisticlr j. effect.srets
Zisler, who designed the decora- postont was made by Albert ~ino ilradSrlgsres
tions, will also direct their con- lRapen cutgatorny.Ja . B VDg~l 31 ro;;s e
struction and erection. A model, of mRppoeuig tony a.ed lPaul Wuerfel, 1325 %itllernave-
thedecratonshasbee plcedon12 has been definitely fixed as thei nue, driving,- in opp si Le cirec txc;n,
display in the window of a State date for the hearing. on Miller styreet, collidoc.-0o
street store. Ray, at liberty under $5,000 bond,' ded into two parked ean:-, the ytold,
General campus sale of tickets; was to have been given a hearing police-
will re-open today and will con- yesterday before Justice Bert E. Fry. Carl Rogers, 510 N.Sttste,
fin~ -ia v7' , ,m+. ,d r31ttnr~ff n t~T divnga truck collided hea(I-on1

ford, 2626 Wee 0i K2
1700 block on Finv I 'e-
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viding the quota to be sold has not
been reached by that time. Tickets
may be obtained from 3 to 5 o'clock
each afternoon at the side desk in
the Union.
Burglars Get Clothes
In Rald on Fraternity
Thieves breaking into the Phi
Epsilon Pi fraternity house at 1319
Cambridge road during vacation I
stole several suits and topcoats
which had been locked in the;
closets pending the return of the I
members. No silverware or other
valuables belonging to the housej
were touched.j
The loss of the clothing was not-
,ud yesterday when the returning
students unlocked the closets. Po-
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