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April 29, 1932 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-04-29

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W__I Open Cam paign
A drive to get a pair of old
shoes out of every student's
-t j- , ri a1-, iiof flour out of
heir kitchen of every facutlty
inec,-'i:r vwill op, n sotnwith
ii eAlie ce e two boxes in
fit nt f he lirary whieh will;
usdf , o; lcolligsipplit-s to
be snt t rniexs~re~,rtdtire"
t~ho Th drie' illlast 1un t
c i-1 of iThe shool year.
(Ti.c-aifields, bY IWilfred Sel-
lai, '3, incf Prof. oy Sel-
nic i t, am! Samu ie! R )mnr, '33, of
Detroit, kJ~ the socialist club a
w Eck a2 zto planiia .drive for the
relief of the mainers. "We found
every situation with regard to
the coal indtr y of Ohio in an
intolerabl.e !tate," Sellers said,
"ar4 ealcided to do all we could
for the r elief of the coal miner's
1..E eiis who we found in a piti-

Tigris unco"vereCd during the pa st 2,U'00 years ago. toBee ~ a
five years by the Waterman exoedi- T!here are also figurines expertly
tion are n Cryo exhibit in the' cor- carved from ivory and bone and 'Lawyer's; club memnber~s will J',aVe
ridor cases, of thre College of Archi - tiny models of men and animalsthifrsopouiyFidMa
tecture. These valuabl Idnsi don7e in bron :,. Goldwand jeweled.
include pottery, co insseals1, jweed bra^cts, ring, ,and e_,r Ipendants 6t ak t rtld .sai h
ornaments as wl ssupua ndcovre by the diggecrs <r.- of con1- law quadrange tr,1ri-2ora
I architecturl fgen Ohrin1- sdrbevalue, bin 0eaul'ly ldance, it was rvaldyestrday bya
teresting ind rar1e diCoveri e's are WrnIught andrichly- C,1corate.d.EdrdM Wlh,' hamn
aseries of Pl'~acdc yfgue cent t..2Lu c1int.1ple- of thr, dance.
represenigth o>an-o-.mnsthtsil eansoi fthesir OrChlEtra leaders w :ith wwhom
dssorhe athasadO-egnacoogieaineerigthe commnitt r1hasbeen in tucl
i~sih~ ilt ~( P V.alen I SCincludle Freddie Bergen v;n h1a s
21'CXi_ 'MC.played at a, number of -.2ai 1u~
Sxrava; .lam city. which "dances here in thel(pa, ls nd Geo
?_ ' ce ntury1A .D. he, of Detroit may poss-'bly be booker',
N ~~~dad eand Ccoversan aea n early f eMainly ctflowers wi h wvll !bC
CA T {{f s Yo and in the diningoi:l.
Actors-P, yin in The Invitations for the.affair hv
Cae'FomeyPlyetfa Obfth c been sent to Prof. John Tay
Cl_ L1, Q oad.teUive iy Prof. tdwin Dickinsonn, Pr iof. *of7°1
on ~Lon d~nSage. hrbr xaat+;i'on ta steB.Waite, and Prof. Paul A. Liedy.
____ fr ,v yas Attendance for students will1 be
caste of 'The Dreyfus Case," IMcinot.cx eitIonan3d srcl limited to memb~kers of L1he
I h tlin icue hc i eigj 'P ~i ,.aclogists b,_elieve club.

Allison Ray Heaps, pastor of the
Congregational church, will _deliver
an illustr;Aed lecture on Leo Tol-
stoi's novel, "Resurrection" at 4:15
o'clock Tuesday, May 3, in the
Natural Science auditorium. Th~e

brought into the Whitney theatre 1thiat uthrdg'i beneath Sfe-
for three days satigtoday, was lucia w ill i cloth le oldter Baby-
entirely drafted froml the London lonianct fOi n eet that
stage. perhap: themuhoirct nw
Cedric, Harwicke, who has the to hitorian-s sAlhk
central role of: Captain Alfred Drey- Before the final distribution of
fus, the French martyr, was play- these objects of art and common
ing one of the principal roles in A-2, they will be exhibited in
"The Barretts of Wimpole Street," several cities. They are to remn -
English production of Katharine in Arm Arbor until May 7 ,and may
Cornell's current American success,1 be seen daily fromnt o 5 in thej
when he contracted to do the pie i- .r-cbitectural building.
Lure. Hlardwicke worked in "The - _,

illustrat ions will consist of a series Dreyf us Case" in a cinemna studio
of colored lantern slides that have outside London during the day and
bee mae fom stils'takn forpin 'The Barretts," at night.
been maden pcrom,'stRsutaecn.orThe Dreyfus affair is down in his-
the otin pitur, "esurecton. tory as one ofE the most hecinous
Tuesday will mark the third time I persecutions of a man, by a mis-
that Mr. Heaps} has given the lec-1 guided government antPd a misled
ture on this campus. Because of nation in modern tirnc . D:fit us
the lrecrowds that have been spn oryer nDvJ' sad
the French penal colony.V, ,s an a.-
attraicted in past years, those de-1 leged German con pr and it
srnge pecially to hear the lecture was! 12 years before 1im WSS com-:
are urged to come early in order pletely vindicated an- t .td as
to be sure they will find seats. a hero.


STARTS Or 3 daysf

Great Talking it~e


What the Critics Say:
GILBERT $ELDES, in The New York .American:
"The honesty and heartbreak of actual life. .A great1
story and a moving talkie."
M. W. ,,MOUN TJOY, in The Detroit Times : "I
would show it in the streets of Hollywood."

EVENINGS, 7:30 and 9:-15.3 ............


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