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September 30, 1931 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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bpoi and Rickets." Wilder D.
Bancroft, editor of the Journal of
PhyscalChemistry, Cornell uni-
versity, will talk at 4 o'clock on
~"The Colloid Chemistry of Insan-
At 7:45 o'clock, Paul N. Leech,
director of the chemical laboratory
of the Amierican. Medical associa-
tion in Chicago, will speak on
"Charlatanism among Chemical
Sientists." The public will be ad-I
mitted free to this lecture.
Registraion for the meetingsl
will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday
moirning in~ room 151, Chemistry
bulin.Sjpecia~l arrangements will
be mad.e for cehemistry students.
GARGOYYLE IN NEW
Colee Humzor, Campus Motth.
ly on S$ale for $3.2Q.
Gargoyle, Mfichigan's humor mag-'
azine, will be offered this year in
a combined, subscription with~ Col-'
lege H~umor, natioally known hu-
morous nmonth'y, :,t m sving4,of
eighty cet, Uarcou 't Patterson,
Gargoyle business manager, told4re-
The two magazines, both mem-
bers~ of the College Humor associa-
tion,. are being sold together for
$320 Patterson said. The regular
~subscription, prices total $4.
Students who have already sub-
scribed to Gargoyle may take ad-
vantage of the combination offer,
by, applying at the office in the
P~ress buildIing for a College Humor
subscriptAion at $2.20.
Gargoyle, one of the few college
magaznes in tyre country not un.-
der facuilty censorship, will conl-
tin'ue its policy of presenting satiri-
cal comments on current happen-
ings, Thomas M. Cooley II, manag-
ing editor, said. Last ,year, the mag-
az1ie made a national sensation by
its cutting attack on campus liquor

Tody'sRadio RogUrams711
(Eaotern Standard Time)
The Columbia' chain' will present Ray and hiS Bossert orchestra at
one of the outstanding pregrams of 11:30 o'clock from W ABC and
the week in the 7itahity Personals- WOKO, are the outstanding dance
ties quarter-hour. Audrey Marsh, orchestras comning ovecr the Coiumn-
well-known. stage star will be fea bia chain..
tured, singing two songs: "Georgia
on My Mind"" a nad"You Didn't wp" 'oiight il0 r four cx-I
Know the Music." Freddie Rich': eton yoi rgamTi first
orchestra with the liou.,id Towner,:',of 'th ,eis uc 0 riandam1
quartette will supply the musical his or chestra at 8:36 o6"10-k. The
background for Miss Marsh's ap- DUt; h vMaster's programn at 9:30
pearance before the microphone: o'clock, Russ (Ioluin4o at 11:30
Stations tXYZ ~and ,KM&X will. o'clockL, and San ec FroM n and he,.
carry the program at 10) o'clock. j orchestra at' 12 o'clock will furnishj
In a fast half hour of assorted as much enj oyment as 'thv Ornaan-
melodies, the Gold Medal fast dy orchestra! Presentation.
freight will flash by the micro- -
phone with Organist Eddie, the The Palmolive Hour at 9:30
Wheaties quartette, and the Wheat- o'clock, Jessie Cra~wford at 11:15
ies orchestra as the crew. Hear the o'clock, Vince L~opez and his orches-
Freight roll at 9 o'clock' over WXYZ. tra at 11:30 o'clock, and Cab Callo-
way's orchestra from the Cotton
Red Nichols from WEA'N and Club in Harlem at ┬░Micnight will be
WABC at 11:15, o'clock, and Huston the WW~AJ attractio~ns for tonight.

LAST TIMES TODAY
ON SCREEN
IN
""THIS MODERN AG."

Also
COMEDY
AND
NEWS

T[ UCRSDJAY
JOE E. BROWN
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"BROAD MINDED"

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A. br Sparkli1";,Comedy

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The onily sense you need
is a sen~se of humor!

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Marriage is like an old
fashioned melodrama-.
its tragedies are Its big-
gest laughs;
If you want to keep kiss.
able, be nonchalant!
A husband caughit on
the rebound is like a rub-
ber baIl...in time he will
stop bounding!
The wife~ with a sMile,
winls!
ROBERT AMES-MYRNA LOY
JIEDDA HOPPER
x ROBERT' WILLIAMS s

CHI AgTS
"'ITFS ON THE DOOR-STEP"
1116 South University
Chatat Chat 's

Dgo you oversleep the alarm and find yourself without time to
eat.? Do you got, to morninIg classes without the necessary break-
fast? You have perhaps been guilty of these faults because of the'
time that hc took to get something to eat. We are now prepared to
serve you in lightning fashion. . . and- this is true not only of
breakfast but of lunch= and dinner. You will also find that it is the
best of food and in pleasant surroundings....
And most of all it is the eating place in Ann Arbor
where everybody makes themselves at home.
CHAT'S WAS FORMERLY VAN'S
LUNCH AND DINNER. SPECIALS 35c
Home Baked Cookies and Nut Breads for Tea
The Home Baked Pies and Cakes are Delicious

ALSO

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?artmoutk Fraternity
Ifouse Razed in. Fire
HANOVER, N. H., Sept. 29.-(A))- MAR I AREL
igma Chi fraternity house at Dart- xI R D ESL
outh college was destroyed~ by in "RIJ
re today with damnage estimated
t$44,0-10 Sixteen students living r COMING FRIPA
tthe house escaped without in,- GILBER'
ty, several of them by leaping
"om seco)nd story windows, but in, "MEN OF
Lany of them lost their entire per- COMINi
nal belongings..t THOMAS MEIGI
William H. Lang of Pittsburg,_
a., received cuts about the hands ~
hen struck by broken window ~ ~ I

OUR GANG.
"Fly My Kite"
FLIP THE FROG

A 1931 wife arnd her
troubles are fun J or
you!

CARTOON
COMIN G SATURDAY
PULITZER PRIZE PLAY
"STREET SCENE'.

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