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September 29, 1931 - Image 2

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-THE MIcd IGAN DAILY Y TUESDAY, SEP

)ersity Grad School

Starts Second

Year,

ANGES IN STAFF
O CLASSES MADE
Children on Full-Day Basis;
He1th, Research Facilities
Are Enlarged.
number of new appointees be-
work yesterday with the open-
of the University Elementary
ol, for its second year of oper-
ri. Several changes have been
le, including the addition of a
grade group, the placement of
children on a full-day basis,
an enlargement of the health
research facilities.
a u l i n e Scheidt, formerly a
her in the Dayton Junior
clers college, will be in charge
he first grade and will be as-
d by Mrs. Anna C. Michaels.
r. Jantet $arnes will divide her
e between work as the school
sician and in the pediatrics de-
tment of the University hospi-
She is a graduate of the Med-
,school.
r. George Moore, of the School
Dentistry, has been )appointed
esearch associate to direct the
tal work and will be assisted
Dr. Ralph Goppelt, a recent
luate.
wendolyn Kroencke, a register-
nurse, will devote her full time
er duties as school nurse. Miss
ile Streater, dietician at the
versity hospital, has been ap-
ged nutritionist for part time
he school. The daily health in-
ction will be continued this
p, and parents have been asked
eport first to the office of the
sician and nurse with the chil-

Today's Radio Programs
(Ebatern Standard Time)

REA INTERPRETS AUTOMOBILE RULE;
STUDENTS OVER 28 YEARS EXEMPT

Clinic Handles 1,400 Cases
L -SANGELEFS i/Pi--Th eg,{al aidl
c lnic ofi he university of Southern
California handled more than 1,400
cases last year for people in legal
trouble wiho were uinable to retain
an attorney.
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Phone 6898

NOW OPEN
The Colonia
Food Shop
109 l lst Univcrsi y

Ben Bernie, tlc cigar-smqking,
jovial "Old Maestro" of the air and
his orchestra will now be heard;
through the Columbia chain at 9
o'clock over stations WXYZ, andi
KMOX instead of at their former
time of 10 o'clock. After the night's
program, Bernie will hie himself to
his old stand Chicago, from where
his programs wil be picked up by
Columbia's station there.
Walter Winchell, columnist, will
have for his guest on the air at
8:45 o'clock, Gary Cooper, the tall
western movie star. Cooper, after
graduating from college, first tried
newspaper cartooning, then movie
camera work, and a precarious
career as an extra; at last he
found himself a star. His latest,
picture, "Morocco," found iim play-
ing opposite "that Deitrich woman."
Winchell's interview of Cooper will
come over stations WXYZ and
KMOX of the Columbia system.
"Savino Tone Pictures" tomorrow

night will feature two of Domenico
Savino's own compositions, "Mitzi"
and "Shanghai Gesture." Emphasiz-
ing the pictorial qualities of such
composers as Berlioz Grinelle, Verdi,
and himself, the program in its
entirety includes "I Vespri Siciliani"
by Verdi, "Have a Heart," "Mitzi"
by Savino, "Nocturne," "Shanghai
Gesture," "Waltz" ;by Brahms, and
"Rakoczy March" by Berlioz.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following:
article is a complete interpreta-
tion of the University automobile
regulation, written for The Daily
by Walter B. Rea, assistant to the
dean of students. Rea is in charge
of enforcement of the regulation.,
(1) No sbucen; :n a;:enGance at
the University from and after the
beginning of the first semester of
the University year 1931-32 shall
operate any motor vehicle. In ex-
ceptional and extraordinary cases
in the discretion of the Dean of
Students this rule may be relaxed.
(2) The automobile regulation
governs the use of a car as well as
the operation of one; consequently
it is not permissible for a student

to use his car, or a family owned
car, for social, personal, or any
other purpose when the car is
driven by a non-student who is
not a member of his immediate
family.
(3) A student receiving permis-
sion to use an automobile must ad-
(Continued on Page Seven)

Break fasts
Luncheon
Dinner ..

20c

. . . 35c

.45c

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III

National Broadcasting Company's
outstanding programs for tonight'
all come through station WWJ in
Detroit and WTAM Cleveland. Julia:
Sanderson and Frank Crummit
come at 8 o'clock and B. A. Rolfe
and his band may be heard at 10
o'clock over the stations named.
Beware, however, for the two pro-
grams are commercialized, the B.
A. Rolfe presentation being spoiled
by an announcer exhorting the peo-
ple to BEWARE of harsh irritants.
And if you like That kind of sing-
ing and that kind of music, you can
hear The Vallee and his Connecti-
cut Yankees at 12 o'clock, midnight.
The WJZ version of the NBC chain
has one good program in the non-
sensical dialogue a n d specialty
songs of "The Sisters of the Skillet"
coming to you, if you please, at
8:45 o'clock over WJR Detroit, and
WLW Cincinnati.

EL-2

SPECIAL!
EXTRA PANTS FREE
Suit $............... 25
Suit .. ............ 30
Suit ...............$35
All Guaranteed to Fit
CHAS. DOUKAS
1319 South University

426 Thompson Street
Cash and Carry
Prices oiQ qia Work
CASH CARD
$6.00 for $5.00

Sunday
Diners 50c & 65c
Delivery Service 8 to 1
p. m. on orders amountin,
to 50c or more.

Phone 3607

I I Nil, 11-11111011:11im

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LC-
NOW!
IN PERSON

It's Convenient to Have Your
Photograph taken at Mack's
No Appointment Necessary--Come In Any Time

Large Size
11x14 inch

$1.00

lyn Burton, Sarita Davis, Margaret
Dow, Katherine B. Greene, Mary
Louise Hohn, Harriet' Lawlor, Wil-
lard .C. Olson, Elizabeth Paddock,
Mildred Walton, Carolyn Wheeler.
and Marguerite Wilker.
-i e-President oakum
Will See Inauguration
Vice-president Clarence S. Yoa-
kum will officially represent the
University Nov. 11 at the University
of North Carolina when Frank Por-
ter Graham is inaugurated as pres-
ident of that institution, it was
disclosed yesterday by University
officials.

You may order as
many as you wish
at $1.00 each.

Ma jestic
Daily 2:00, 3:40, 7:00, 9:00

ON SCPEEN
JOB

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III

IN
"THIS MODERN AGE"

You must think we're crazy, or that there's a hitch SOME-
WIERE-and we can't blame you, for it's such a ridiculously
low price for a portrait. But the Proof of the pudding's in the
cating, and the prcof is in the finished potrrait of yourself-a
portrait that will be good enough for your very best boy friend
to flaunt be ore the eyes of has fraternity brothers-with
PRIDE!
Also regular size x1O inch size at 3 for $2.00

ew research appointments in-
le Elizabeth M. Cunningham,
re G. Fox, and Muriel M. Wil-
son. The following staff mem-
s from last year returned to
r duties: Marion Andrews, Es-
r L. Belcher, Myrtle Bevan, Eve-

LAST TIMES TODAY

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He pleaded for
love ... she
dreamoed of
1 another!

Also
COMEDY
AND
NEWS

THURSDAY
JOE E. BROWN

Phone
\4161

in
MINDED"

"BROAD

Annex
Store

CHAT'S
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Ilum. jil ____________ ____________

1116 South University

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Chat served the men and women of Michigan from
'08 to the war days of '18, and after a long absence he
returns to offer you even better food and quicker service.
Ask your Dad about the old days at Chat's when Dad
himself cooked the sandwiches for the party and alto-
gether took possession -of the place. Maybe Dad was
a bit more gay than he likes to admit. He cherishes the
enjoyable moments that he spent at Chat's. Enjoy some
of the experiences and privileges that'he enjoyed.

MOISTURE-PROOF CELLOPHANE

/

GRAVES

Sealed Tight - Ever Right

CHAT'S WAAS FORMERLY VAN'S

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