100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 13, 1931 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1931-10-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


PAGE TWO T H E MICHIGAN DAILY TUESD

AY, OCTOBER 13, 1931

SAMMY SQUIRT: A MATTER OF PREFERENCE

By L cht y

WVoRw M STUFF e
\ O/Y
G'

C7 lA. GET T R4kT WeV CLCcK ?
NEYEtz 5AN\J t7N A~A W.NT-
/ ACLOCK-.
fY~

P tGGEC .-Tt-k4.T O3T -
/.SC~i' 0b
G 4%.L'4

G I RLS.
Do Not
Smoke Pipes
HE GIRLS haven't left us many
of our masculine rights. They
fly our airplanes, drive our cars, smoke
our cigarettes -
but they don't / f

._ , a... ...

Today&s Radio ProrarmsI
(Eh. tern Standard Time)
Tuesday as usual is a good day Russ Columbo at 11:30 o'clock and

for the National Broadcasting Com-
pany's chain. WWJ's three best
drawing cards are B. A. Rolfe, Rudy
Vallee and Coon Sanders, while
Don Voorhees and Paul Whiteman
stand out on the WJR Tuesday
night presentation. Julia Sander-
son and. Frank Crummit will sing
more of their pleasing songs to the
accompaniment of Jack Shilkret's
orchestra at 8 o'clock over station
WWJ. Don Voorhees, although he
does play on the WJR hook-up also
is found on the WWJ side of the
NBC with the Fuller Man at 9:30
o'clock. Ten o'clock brings B. A.
Rolfe and his Lucky Strike dance
band from WWJ, for an hour of
fast music. Also on WWJ are Rudy
Vallee at midnight and the cele-I
brated darky Coon Sanders and
his orchestra at 12:30 o'clock.
WJR's program is a little less im-
posing than WWJ's but none the
less desirable to listen to with DonI
Voorhees providing the music for
the Armstrong Quakers at 8 o'clock
through WJR, and the Sisters of
the Skillet, Eddie and Ralph giv-
ing their nonsensical culinary and
mechanic advice between songs at
8:45 o'clock, also through WJR.

Paul Whiteman and his orchestra
playing music at the Edgewater
Beach Hotel et 12:30 o'clock finish
WJR's broadcasting for Tuesday.
Columbia's program for tonight,
with but two exceptions, is compos-
ed entirely of popular :iusic. Tony'
Parenti and his Singing Saxa- I
phones at 7:15 o'clock and Walter
Winchell at 8:45 o'clock both over
WXYZ are the exceptions. At 8:15
o'clock Abe Lyman and his orches-
tra, a concert player, a glee club,
and a comedy team unite in one4
program to come through WXYZ.
Ben Bernie takes the place of the
Henry George Skit at 0 o'clock,I
with the Columbians with Freddie
Rich's orchestra come on the air
at 9:15 o'clock. Ernic Madriguera
and his Cuban orchestra will. pre
sent a program composed entirely
of Spanish musie au 11:15 o'clock
through WABO. Asbu.y Park Ca-
sino orchestra furnishes a 15 min-
ute program at 11:45 o'clock
through WXYZ, to be followed by
Shroeder Hotel orchestra at mid-
night from WABC. The Hotel !3os-
sert orchestra at 1 o'clock and the
Roseland Ballroom orchestra at
1:30 o'clock also find an outlet in
station WABC.

1 LT 6STUDENkT PICK
SCHOLIs ADVICE
Bursey Believes Sending Child
to Parent's Alma Mater
Is Bad Policy.
Let your son or daughter go to
the college or university that
arouses most of his intellectual
curiosity, said Prof. Philip E. Burs-
ley, director of orientation period,
over radio station WJF Sunday af-
ternoon in a University broadcast.
"It is unw:se to send your son or
daughter to a college you went to
thirty years ago on the grounds
that what was good enough for you
should be good enough for him,"
Professor Bursley said. "Nor is it
advisable to send him to a particu-
lar college to hold up the family
tradition, regardless of his aims,
desires, and qualifications.
"If you feel that your boy or girl
should go to a trade school, let
him go," ProfessorrBursley said.
"Far better to have him the best
manual toolmaker in the state of
Michigan with that reputation
than to have him a shyster lawyer
or a third-rate doctor and known
as such."
Be ready to advise and help your
son or daughter, they ask for as-
sistance, Professor Bursley contin-
ued, but never interfere voluntar-
ily.

For Your Fall Shruberry and Lawns
imported Granulated
PEAT MOSS
ALSO
DRICONURE-VIGORO--VERT
BONE MEAL--SULPHATE OF AMMONIA
HERTLER BROS.
210 South Ashley Street
ALL KINDS OF LAWN SEED-

smoke our pipes!
They've left us
this one manly
right, anyway.
A man almost
has to smoke a
pipe nowadays. A
pleasant necessity!
For a pipe filled
with good tobacco
is just about the

You'll never see lies

best smoke a man
could want.
And if you're

'I

Maynard Street
- vs-
-wthe family restau ant-serv-
i n g t h e choicest steaks and
the freshest of seafood s - at
very reasonable prices..
-why not dinner at the tavern
tonight . .'
hus eleven to three
hor five to nine
The Fingerle operated steak and seafood house

troubled about se-
lecting a tobacco,
remember that
- Edgeworth is
the popular favor-
ite in 42 out of54
colleges. It some-
how seems to fit
For men only-theoys the college man's
ofapipe. taste. Edgeworth
is cut especially for pipes, it burns
slowly, it gives a cool smoke. You
can buy Edgeworth wherever good
tobacco is sold. Or, for a special
sample packet, write to Larus & Bro.
Co., zoo S. 22d St.,-Richmond, Va.
E DG EWORTH
SMOKING TOBACCO
Edgeworth is a blend of fine old burleys;
with its natural savor enhanced by Edge-

worth's distinctive
and exclusive elev-
enth process. Buy
Edgeworth any-
where in two forms
-EdgeworthReady-
Rubbed and Edge-
worth Plug Slice. All
sizes, 15 pocket
package to $1.50
pound humidor tin.

TRIf6A E
READ Y.RUBB,
c /

I

C ADVERTISING

...,,ti

THIS
COLUM
~'CLOS"S
AT 3P.I~l

I4

a

_-~-LOST
LOST-Ladies' brown kid glove on
Third street, Thursday. Phone
4684. 142
OST-Red leather evening bag at
the ;League Saturday evening.
Call MacNeal, 6768. 149
LOST-A dark brown polo coat
S a t u r d a y afternoon. Finder
please call 3590. No questions
asked. 152
SIGMA PHI FRATERNITY PIN-
Last Sunday. No reward but
sincere thanks will be extended.
Call G. E. Bursley 7956 o 4917.
LOST-Druid Pin near Stadium.
Finder please call S. C. Fullerton,
2-3205.
FOUND
ANY intelligent person may earn
good income corresponding for
newspapers; all or spare time;
no canvasing; send for free book-
let; tells how. Heacock, 410 Dun
Budg., Buffalo, N. Y. 50

WIT H PEIRct
Drama That Creeps Into Your I
And Stays There !

TODAY
LAST
TIMES
Heart-

1

91 1

W ANT ADS FAY

WAT DSPA
It

"Believe your own ears!'

HEAR

THE

RADIO

f

TONE

THAT WINS THE TONE-TESTS!

with..
H. B. WARNER
MAR-AN MARSH
Frances Starr, Anthony
Bushell, Ona Munson,

-ii

ADDED
Short Features

I

Hearst News

Novelty Acts
and Cartoon

VANTED--Student laundry. Also Daily Want Ads Pay..
bedding. Reasonable prices. Soft
water. Call for and deliver. Tele- * *
phone 7O1-F31-after 5:30. 53* *

WEDNESDAY

"RECKLESS

HOUR"

CONRADNAGEL
DOROTHY MACKAILL

' v , :I

7

____ _.....I

- -------

_ _ _ _

TI

ICES

It

FIIDIOR Shi
ON THE STAGE IN PERSON
Such Applause! Such Applause!
There must be a reason

I

I

Wheeler & Woolsey
THOSE TWO NUTS
in
"CAUGHT PLASTERED"
You'll be laughing about it next week
SHORT SUBJECTS

I

t
.
p,
;
i
'
F
h
au
i '

That Fit Your
POCKET BOOK
Never Be PHOTOGRAPHED Until You
Have Visited the

I II

THE G-E
POPULAR
CONSOLE
$12475
complete with tubes
COME in and hear this mar-
velous new radio! It has the
glorious tone that carries G-E sets
to victory over other leading makes
in concealed tone-tests. A brilliant
new 9-tube superheterodyne with
two Pentode output tubes. Tone
equalizers refine tone.

RANDALL

t

Improved automatic volume con-
trol.
Cabinet is supremely beautiful -
walnut, with richly-grained butt
walnut, overlays.
Come in now! Hear this and other
great G-E Radios.

STUDIO

Offctal Ensian Photographer
Al: Inquire Regarding Our

GENERAAL a ELECTRIC -RAnTn

i

I

I

& {i

1111

II

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan