THE MICHIGAN DAILY
East Side Beer Elizabeth Tweedle
Hopes Dashed ,Y
By Dry Cique
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beer selling in stores east of Division
Street be approved," Kurtz said.
"That's terribly out of order," Sad-
ler answered. wu
The motion was ruled out of order
by Alderman Lucas.
Alderman Sadler then was asked;
to explain his position. "There seems
to be an idea," he said, "that this
committee is composed of drys whoI
will not let merchants east of Divi-
sion Street sell beer. That is wrong
The idea is to get these licenses as!
soon as we can but we do not want
to rush matters. I am sorry you are
trying to force it through. You should
have enough civic pride to keep from,
doing this. Granting of beer licenses Frances "Billee" Johnson, '33, star
to State Street merchants will be the of "Meet the Wife" and "Hay Fever,'
opening wedge for the return of hard will play the part of Sister Elizabeth
liquor up on the campus. We have Tweedle in Comedy Club's "Murray
zones to restrict business enterprises Hill," at the Lydia Mendelssohn
and I see no reason why there should Theatre.
not be similar restrictions on beer. I
should think you men would have P'xish To
more civic pride than to attempt to ury Give
embarrass the University in thisss Lr
manner. sse L ect
Alderman Hollands, after a fewI
more statements, moved that the (Continued from Page 1)
's Take Two
Lefty Gomez Chased By
Chicago; Phillies Lose
Twin Bill To Cincinnati
With the traditional pounding of
anvils by the initiates, Vulcans, sen-
ior engineering honor society, yester-
day initiated 12 men who will be sen-
iors next semester.
Affn" fan nifnfoc hne hn n 1.7pl
After the opening game of this ter Li e iiiates naaLJUen W c
year's series with the Athletics had covered with lampblack, they were
been postponed two days because of instructed by their purple garbed eld-
bad weather, the Detroit Tigers ers in the arts of anvil pounding
finally got into action against the and fire keeping. With the occasional
A's yesterday and took a double whack of a pi ddle the men were kept
drubbing at their hands, 3 to 2, and at their jobs.
6 to 4. The new members of the Vulcans
In the first game the Bengals out- are: Harry Tillotson, '34E, Hugh
hit Philadelphia 8 to 5 but Connie Grove, '34E, Richard McManus, '34E,
Mack's athletes bunched their hits at Arthur Mosier, '34E, Taylor Drys-
the critical moments. The second dale, '34E, Gilbert Dobson, '34E, Jack
game was something of a slugging Salmon, '34E, Steinar Vaksdal, '34E,
match with seven extra base , hits Stanley -Killian, '34E, Richard Sny-
made. der, '34E, Charles Burgess, '34E,
The rejuvenated Chicago White Philip Dalsimer, '34E.
Sox staged an uprising yesterday and .
' chased Lefty Go-
mez, Joe Mc-1
Carthy's star port- CLASSIFTED
sider, from the
mound as they
_ : batted out a 10 to CLASSIFIED
2 victory over the
Yan k e es and AD ETSN
:- dropped them into
artied or fir t Place advertisements with Classified
e a tie for first place Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214
with Cleveland. The classified columns close at three
The Clvean o'clock previous to day of insertion.
The Cleveland Box numbers may be secured at no
- Indians only madel extra chnarge.
six hit off gashin I)advane-l lc per reading line
six hits off Lefty (on basis of five average words to
'0NN M Wieland, but took line) for one or two insertions.
veRoN MZ advantage of three Minimum 3 lines per insertion.
I g10c per reading line for three or more
errors to win the first game of the insertions.
- series with Boston, 4 to 2. 1eielhne rate-15c per reading line
The St. Louis Browns pounded 14c per reading line for three or more
Earl Whitehill, former Tiger flinger, insertions.
'S 10% discount if paid within ten days
for four hits including two doubles, from the date of last insertion.
to score five runs in the eighth in- Mininm three lines per insertion.
i nig ad sht ot te Wahinton By contract, per line-2 lines daily, one
ning and shut out the Washington month..........................80
e Senators, to 0. 4 lines E. O. D., 2 months...........c
I l 7C
Kohl New Head Of
Scabbard And Blade
Frederick S. Kohl, '33E, was chosen
captain of Scabbard and Blade, hon-
orary fraternity for students in the
Reserve Officers Training Corps, at
a meeting lgst night in the Union.
Other members elected by the group
were Kenneth K. Kaufman, '33E,
first lieutenant; Donald W. Lyon,
'34A, second lieutenant; and Mac-
Lellan L. Johnston, '35, first ser-
REED LEAVES TODAY
George D. Reed. confessed slayer
of his former wife. will leave some-
time today for Marquette Prison to
begin serving his life sentence at
hard labor in solitary confinement,
according to Sheriff Jacob B. Andres.
Although many believe that Reed's
sentence is too severe, Judge Geoi-ge
W. Sample stated that he did not
intend to change or modify it at the
36 years and is a member of the
National Academy of Sciences, con-
sidered a signal honor, and a past
president of the American Psychol-
ogy Association and of the Western
Philosophical Association. He is also
a member of the National Research
Henry Russel, '73, '75L, the found-
er of the awards, was one of th
country's most prominent lawyers
during his lifetime. At the time of
his death in 1920 he was vice-presi
dent and general counsel of the
Michigan Central Railroad. His will
provided a sum of $10,000, the incom
from which was to increase the
compensation for deserving faculty
members. In 1925 the Board of Re-
gents began the system of lecture-
ship and award that is in effect at
E ng ish Star Is
To Appear At
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ing in her first recital in Ann Arbor,
Mr. Loraine and the entire "Spring-
time for Henry" company will be pre-
sented in a matinee and evening per-
formance of the play at the Power,
Theatre in Grand Rapids. The Grand
Rapids performance of "Springtime
for Henry" will be under the local
auspices of the Grand Rapids Civic
The only radio broadcast of the
Dramatic Season will be given at 3:30
p. m., Sunday, May 14, over Station
WWJ, Detroit. The broadcast wil
feature Tom Powers of the New York
Theatre Guild and Miss Rose Hobart
stage and screen star, it was an-
nounced yesterday. Prof. O. J. Camp.
bell, chairman of the English depart-
ment, will speak on the Dramatic
Season. hrile Robert Henderson wil
introduce the program. Mr. Power:
and Miss Hobart will give excerpit
from Rose Franken's "Another Lang.
uage," which opens the Dramatic
Season on Monday evening, May 22
The box-office sale of seats for the
Dramatic Season will open at 10 a,
m., May 15, at Lydia Mendelssohr
Theatre. Thereafter the box-offic
will be open daily, except Sunda3
throughout the season from 10 a. m
to 9 p. m. Season tickets and singl
seats for all performances will be o:
sale. At present seats are being sol
daily from the Alumnae Council of
fice on the first floor of the League
Cleveland ... ... ..14
Philadelphia .......... 9
Boston ............... 5
Cochrane; Detroit, 2-8-1, Mar-
berry,, Wyatt, and Hayworth, Desau-
Philadelphia, 6-14-1, Walberg
and Cochrane; Detroit, 4-7-4, Sor-
rel, Hogsett, and Hayworth.
Chicago, 10-14-2, Jones and
Berry; New York, 2-6-1, Gomez,
MacFayden, Jablonowski, and Jor-
Cleveland, 4-6--1, Hudlin and
Myatt; Boston, 2-7-3, Weiland and
St. Louis, 5-6-1, Blaeholder and
Ruel; Washington, 0-7-1, Whitehill;
W L Pet.
Pittsburgh ...........14 5 .737
New York ............12 7 .632
St. Louis .............11 10 .524
Cincinnati ............10 10 .500
Chicago .............10 11 .476
Brooklyn ............ 8 10 .444
Boston ..............10 13 .435
Philadelphia .......... 6 -15 .286
Cincinnati, 10-14-0,,,Lucas, Klop,
and Lombardi; Philadelphia, 7-13-
3, J. Elliott, Liska, Hansen, and Da-
-Cincinnati, 4-9-0, Johnson and
Hemsley, Lombardi; Philadelphia,
3-9-0, A. Moore and Todd.
St. Louis-New York, cold weather.
Chicago-Brooklyn, wet grounds.
2 lines daily, cortege year........... i
4 lines E. 0. D., college year........7c
100 lines used as desired............9c
300 lines used as desired..........8c
1.000 lines used as desired.........7c
2.000 lines used as desired ......... 6c
The above rates are, per reading line,
based on eight reading lines per inch.
Ionic type, upper and lower case. Add
6c per line to above rates for all capital
letters. Add 6c per line to above for
bold face, upper and lower case. Add
10c per line to above rates for bold'face
The above rates are for 7%a point type.
STUDENT -- And family washing
careful work at lowest' prices. Ph
LAUNDRY -- Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
OPPORTUNITY---For two students
to buy suit or topcoat at strictly
wholesale price. Call 9622. 422
S. U.-Shoe Repair Shop. Repairing
while you wait. Reasonable prices.
Hats cleaned and blocked. Shoes
shined. Open evenings. 199c
HAVE-Your snap shots developed
at Francisco Boyce, 719 N. Univer-
sity. Here fine work is the tradi-
RIDE A BIKE-For reservations
phone 6553, Russell Reed, Camden
Court, opposite Women's Athletic
FOR RENT-Large house, suitable
for fraternity or club. Already
contains some student furniture.
Located close to campus, 1001 E.
Huron. Inquire at 849 E. University,
or call there, phone 9828. 420
HELP WANTED Nationally
known manufacturer of 'soap and
cleaner specialties desires local
agent to sell house to house; ilso
retail outlets. Must have ability to
organize selling crews. Capital xiot
essential but financial responsibil-
ity a prerequisite. Answer fully.
Box No. 50. 423
ing promptly and neatly done in
pur shop by experienced operators,
at moderate rates. 0. D. Morrill,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store,
314 S. State St..-101X
TYPING-Notes, Papers. and Grad.
theses. Clyde Heckart, 3423. 35xc
MEN'S OLD---And new suits. Will
pay 4, 5, 6 and 7 dollars. Phone
Ann Arbor 4306, Chicago Buyers.
WILL PERSON-Who found, black
leather notebook Thursday orFri-
day, please call owner again. 260,
LOST-During early part of 2nd se-
mester, notebook containing music
notes. Phone Butterfield, 2-1196.
LOST-Kappa Delta Rho pin. Thurs-
day, May 4, in vicinity of camfpus.
Reward. Call Colman, 2-2491
and His NEW ENGLANDERS
Michigan League Ballroomi
Friday, May 19
Tickets at League. Hut, Den, Parrot
$1:50 per couple plus .tax"
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"A Bedtime Story"
Greatest Novelty Reel
of the Year!
Madame All Nazimova
Miss Louisa May Alcott
Little Annie Roonie
L E S L I E HOWARD'S
Hilariously Gay Comedy
Directed by AINSWORTH ARNOLD
GRAND OPENING TONIGHT
MR. NOEL COWARD
whose name on the American, Lon-
don. Milwaukee stage connotes more
glamour. more beauty, more irradi-
ance, more and more and more and
more and more are among the
few artistes not appearing in Play.
Production 'sdubiou otrferig -
by that ole davil Oliver Goldsmith.
Al I SF AT- Rlc1.-
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