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E MICHIGAN DAILY

TWO MICHIGAolN MtN"
'Here Goes the Bride,' Peter
Ario's Musical Show,
Scores Reno.
Peter Arno, one of the best-
known of American satirical car-
toonists, has turned his hand to
the stage, with the result that'
"Here Goes the Bride." musical
lampoon of the nation's divorce
capital, has been praised by De-
troit Reviewers as one of the best l
in years.1
Arno, who wrote the book and
staged and produced the comedyl
selected two former Michigan men
as aides de camp. Edward Hey-
man, '29, co-author of the Union
opera "Rainbow's End," and writer
of the' popular tunes "Body and
Soul," and "Out of Nowhere," has
written the lyrics for the produc-
tion.
Roy Langham, '30, who conduct-
ed the Union opera for three years,
is assistant manager for the show.
He is a member of Phi Nu Alpha
fraternity, and Heyman is a Phi
Epsilon Pi.
"Here Goes the Bride," starring
Bobby Clark and Paul McCullough,
prominent comedians of stage and
screen, was the result of a trip to
Reno by Arno, who conceived the
idea of writing a musical comedy
satirising the divorce mill.

Soviet Removes Rail
Chief To Speed Work
MOSCOW, Oct. 3.-AP)-Mosei
Rukhimoyich was removed today
as commrissar of communications
and transport and Nicholas An-
dreev, commissar of workers and
peasants inspection, was appointed
to succeed him. This is the first
important change inr the govern-
ment for months and was designed
to improve the lagging transporta-
tion system. Andreev is only 36
years old, but has made an out-
standing record in the government
posts which he has occupied.
14 Wonded in Clash
Of Boston Dock Men
BOSTON, O c t. 3.-()P)-Negro
strikebreakers and union long-
shoremen engaged in a hand-to-
hand battle in which shots were
fired and knives and clubs wielded
on Commonwealth p i e r today.
Fourteen men were injured, suffer-
ing chiefly from stab wounds and
bruises.
Mexco to Inaq.gurate
Dry Talks in SchooQls
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 3.--(/)-
One hour a week will be devoted
in the public schools of Mexico to
lectures against the evil of strong
drink. The Public Education De-
partment has adopted tho proposal
to, co-operate in temperance pro-
gram of "persuasion" sponsored by
the Government.

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here are Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh as they enjoyed' a brief
rcspite f'rom public ovation in a boat on the Iozugawa river near Kyoto,
Japao. . This picture was snapped shortly before they overturned in
their Lockheed monoplane as it was taking off the waters of the Yangtse
river for a flight to the flooded Tingting lake region. ..

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