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May 07, 1932 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1932-05-07

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Augmented by new materials from 1year, giving students in dramatics' Maa ndasworkloe te p ng awithkxnHnen, Conn.,Yal
Iactual experience in the varied Mywodasworeeopdth ipnga ekin tiiNew heYCoe.,
Selucia and from Sephoris in Pales- {ciiiso lypoutoi a most elaborate civilization in the lw schol faclty ulQfl statitical
' ~~~~~~~~tine, the exhibition of antiquities'Neactivitierso th ooinplaydtaproductionte itera hasts
frc Seuci-ontheTigis illbebeen announced by Dean Edward H.Ne Wolprrtoh cmnofdarltigoteferacuts
_ rmSlcarnh-irswl eKraus. I Columbus, will be the subject of a
=- o n t d y f o . m o 1 .i.'n the corridorĀ° cases of the fi s The w ork w ill be in charge of U niversity le t r by J . E i
orofpeto edrchitectrLeyI dn.rector of the AWoo id theatre of Natural History, at il4:Musem'oclock CL SF ED
expditonledby ocor ero 1in St. Louis, Valentine B. Windt, Tusday in the Natural Science \
Watrmn o te Uivrsiy nddirector of Play Production, and Describing those aborigines, Dr
e sonsre bytheMueumaofTo Alexander Wyckoff, stagecraft ex- ! Carl E. Guthie, director of the Un-
redo, Cleveland and the University -
ofMcia a enecvtn pert. versity museum or archaeology, -
a________________ n the site of Selucia, only 20 miles Beside the activities on theater I said that "the majority of the in- NOIC
froamden#agda, or the past ars h ourses in speech andl habtants of southern Mexico and
I five years. The treasures they un- liiwguistics, recently consolidated in- CnrlAeiatdyaeMy RN E 92PYOT~
F covered from this ancient Babylon-~ to a single department, have been Indians who have lst, to some de- ust received shipnent of all cur-
ian city, that flourished from 323i extended in scope to care for the "giee, the scientific and artistic rent models, coaches, sedans,
- ~~B.C. to 212 A.D., comprise the prs-, increasing demands of teachers of knowledge which their forefathers cue.W ilsl ~s tbr
ent exhibit. speech andl those interested in lab-j pessessed and have taken over dur gi rcs eua e a
Prof. Emil Lrch, Director of the oratory and analytical aspects ing the last fou centuries many of anpie.Reu~nwct
#College of Architecture said of the ligitcs. A special course will be the Euopean customs. warranty sand service policy.
linguisAssociated.Motor Servies 311 W.
ytt exhibit yesterday, it is a remark-j given on high school debating,em Thompson has lived among the Huron. 22001. 610
able collection of relics that have phasizing the organization of co- ppl and knows their present--
Ibeside their intrinsic value a great tests like the Michigan high School m nner of life. His lecture will be
-.historical worth. Many of the relics Debating league and including an illustrated with lantern slides. WANED
are different from anything yet dis-' intensive study of the question to _..__________________.___________________________
cvrdof the Parthian and Selu- be debated by the league urin r the Women Aidf Loan Fn MOE LAUNRY
Ijacutr.Te shw"Prof. 1932-33 season. 20,orhManPhn~916
Lo rch said, "the influences of Hel- Twenty-four courses for brth by Giving up De' set We can Wash~ your curtains and
le nistic Greece, Oriental and Ro- gr aduat~ and undergraduate stu - blankets clener and 'cheapr
manl culture upon the Parthian dents are scheduled, including The Delta Gammas in the Uni- 200c
am ts.",ogteraefnsaepicsrs coursesn in oia biolinguistics which will versity of Wisconsin are making an -____
Amngth ar fns repic' tr. sth ioical and p cooi ttmtt ep the student loan TYPINGC-0=4. thes a specialty
of sculpture, thousands of silver cal relations of speech to pson- fund by going dessertless every M. V. Hartsuff. 9087.
and bronze coins, a great deal of ality and every day life, as well as Monday night. This sacrifice is ex- 526
jeely fgriesi.ioy and bone, inter-relations with anthropology,petdo net $4 a week. They are DTOTfml at unse
A su~tec PessPhto otery salsan aseries of baked sociology, music and kindred sub- as lso coelecting old text books for a hETOsefinlnnaborfornsmer
Among Pulitzer award winners for 1932 were: Henry F. Pringle clay figures representing the Gods IJcts.I lending library. _nd______ ofth school session; five :bedrooms;
(upper left) for his biography, "Theodore Roosevelt"; Walter Duranty ruled wo
(upper right), Moscow correspondent of the New York Times, for oneSeui200yasgo change for furnished house in
of the two best exaiples of newspaper correspondence; Pearl S. Buck WhitnVilaeeDtoi.yo A0 Film Showay
((lowerloerleft) rgtfor wher novel, wth"The Good Earth," adand George GrhwS. Kaufman "Of Horrns of LasMWari1:30DViley etot BxA01.
Thee I Sing," a musical comedy, which won the award for the best play., --00FORRENT
__________ ___A German produced war picture, 35c to ____________
giving the German view point of . 5 P.M. IOUS FOR RENT'.Furnished or
DEDICATE 1$,000 EV ERGREEN TREES the conflict, "Comrades of 1918" unfurnshed. 1324 Olivia. Avail-
W S I G O pee yete day aiWhitney Wold Iable urie 1. 614c
TO ME MORY OF GEORGE W__________heneetr__eteda
An attempt is made in this :movieYo AThil AN UNUSALLY desirable offie for
Members of local patriotic organ- Regents a special action was taken to present the war authentically Y0RealT ril attorney, doctor, dentist, or eng-
izations, representatives of Pres. designating the planting of ever- and without decoratih, so that the w wfeer. Now available in First Nla-
Ruthven and the Board of Regentsl greens as a Washington memorial, resulting picture may be an indict- . tional Bank Bldg. For informa-
and members of the University, as part of Michigan's participation ment of war and all its horrors s.. tion call bank ofce. 560c
forestry department yesterday ded- in the Bicentennial. As yesterday Evad er adatin, teicst;reporte. FOR RENT-Fraternity house. Will
iae oeto 500small ever- wa Arbor day, the dedication at eerynmaloe inwhe cas towitotheg accommodate 25 boys. Call 6845.
ictdafrsf1,001wsecpino ewowstoyug61:
greens, located in the University that time was most fitting. to fight, is a surviver of actual
owned Stinchfield woods, to the;j The program, which was in charge trench warfare. As a deterrent to'
memory of George Washington. I of the Department of Forestry and further war the German govern- FOR SAJE
Conservation, was held at the Cabin met has ordered this picture to
Stncfll wod, yngtoth n Stinchfleld woods at 2:30. be shown at least once a ya in all
west of Dexter, was purchased by Po.JB BAUSCH LOMB BNCLRrp
the University six years ago. At the :rf .B Steere, explorer, cl- parts ofte country, according o search mcrosope with Abbe co-
Feb.26 metig oftheBoar oflector, and curato of the University arpr rmtepoues esr al93.~9
Feb 2 metngofthBar o Museum for years, represented Pres. arpr rmtepoues-v1dne.Cl :3.69
Ruthven who was unable to attend. ~mcasnbosfo
Russel Endowment fund should be The address of dedication was SA LEIOSĀ±D
set aside annually for that purpose, deiee y r adlp dmAl hds* Efff EIetag oft, aerproof, light.
whil a ikeamout ws st asde f te Clmens Lbrar wh di- ; Excellent for canoeing and
whl i~ mutwsstaieo h lmnsLbay wodsSPRIN.hG SUITS Fcamping trips. Sacrifice. '1030
forth aar. he ecurr s e-cussed the fittingness of trees as All Alterations at Cost
lected by the executive board of the a memoral to Washington, saying, C O K S~*.. .Oakland or call 23600. Ask for
Research club as the faculty mem- "May.itoicltaeOidiae Dc. 2
ber who has attained the highest ra oeo re yWsigo. 1319 Soutrh University
distinction in the field of scholar- - -- = ,-- ---,- ,--.- ,_. _ _ _ .
ship, while a special committee se-1 LOST
lects the recipient of the award $200REARr r1 Withbrf as
from the faculty members of the YOUTH AND THFIE WAR For the first time from JA LN ELJf nro 05A ,I'i~,i
rank of assistant professor or in- the German Side. ruJA LN3L 20 E~ ~?fr xWibifcs
structor on the basis of his past ERIC LINDEN returned to Daily Busines o. ce.
acivmnsadpoiefrtefuture. ' ON 5j j734 ANN DVORAK LOST-8mAll1 Delta Ijpslon pin be-
tween Tikers and 715 Forest,
Past recipients of the award are: ,__A__so Saturday afternoon. Call 8219..
1925-26, Carter L. Goodrich; 1926- FINEST OF THE GERMAN TALKIES .. "HOLLYWOOD LIGHTS" 616
27, Albert Hyma; 1927-28, Laurence ________________NEWS______
M. Gould; 192-29, John Alexander; GRAPHIC ACTION requiring~ no kntowl- WHIITF, GOLD wrist watch. Initials
1929-30, Carl L. Hubbs; 1930-31, o COMING WEDNESDAY- P.M.R. Lost between Angell Hall
Earl L. Griggs. Past Russel lectar- edge ofthe ln uaeto understandit/ and Jordan Hall. Call 2-3281.
ers are: 1925-26, Moses Gomberg; .gag Lew Ayres andi Mae Clarke Reward. 624
1926-27, F. G. Novy; 1927-28, Henry AG E TPC U EI N A G A E" H M A IN A D N OTLgtbontpotwt
A. Sanders; 1928-29, Aldred S. War- 'A______PICT RE_1_AYLANG AGE_"T11111E____________AEN"'_OST-Lihtbrontopcatwit
thin; 1929-30, Claude H. Van Tyne; scarf and gloves in pocket. Find-
1930-31, William H. Hobbs. B,' 11?--...- - er please call Hirsch, 4026.
TYPEWRITERS - POREAL 1 - , , -.~...-
NeWtIe~o ona NozRebl, I______________
19ewSoron1a Noiseessi, TODAY,.SUNDAY 35c toCPM ntinuos i to 11 P.M. _______________
tni.&e'woa, R~yV RemigonEvgs. 0
314 S State St., Ann Arbor .-I --.---


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