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November 29, 1932 - Image 2

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Gabrilowitsch To LeadDetroit Symphony Orchestra


The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Ossip
Gabrilowitsch, will give a concert tomorrow night in Mill Auditorium.
The offering will be the third of the current Choral Union serle.
BaekoTound Of En gl ish Teachers
Sound Soeiety A
S c o o l11,uricu la
Is Described
Uniformity in the curricula and
teaching methods employed by teach-
(Continued from Page 1) ers of English throughout the schools
and colleges of the country is the
meter, W. D. Hershberger, of the Sig- chief project ofthe'National Councl
nal Corp Laboratories, Fort Mon- of Teachers of English, said Prof.
mouth, New Jersey, told his audience. O. J. Campbell of the English de-
"Velocity and Absorption Measure- partment yesterday.
menus at Supersonic Frequencies" Professor Campbell, who is vice-
was the topic of W. H. Pielemeier, president of the council, has been at-
of Pennsylvania State College. tending the annual meeting at Mem-4
C. D. Reid,, of Rochester, N. Y' phis, which was held last week-end.
read the last paper of the day, deal- e need for an integration in
ing with studies in supersonics, the teaching of Englishfromthe pri-
The following papers will be given teary grades up through graduate
at 9:30 a. ni. today in the Lydia Men- work is apparent," said Professor
delssohnT heargram Given Campell, "and while the council does
Thexteso graGenics not propose to dictate to schools
The Resonant Characteristics of what curriculum they shall employ,
Soft-Walled Cavities, J. C. Ctton. w elga u eomnain
vocal Chords Control Pitch Onlywe feel that our recommendations
and Vocal orol Qt ly will be acceptable to almost all the
admNot Vocal or Vowel Quality. schools i the country."
Demonstration. John Bellamy Tay- Professor Campell is working on I
lor'. the college portion of the "parent
The Interference of Subjective curriculm." He declared that the
Harmonics. Ernest K, Chapin and 1'. coricmbied elfaldthacommit
A. Firestone. combedbrepot ofall tommit
A NewPortable Meter for Noise tees will be published soon, a report
A New Pent alysis."W.fo O which will combine the work of more
Measurement and Analysis. W. O.0s- than 100 authorities in their fields.
bon and K. A. Oplinger. .________
Sound Measurements on Experi- ,
mental Airplane Mufflers. W. F. Sny- Barher Gets Pictures,
der. A A l r $1,26
On Minimum Audible Sound Fields.
L. J. Sivian and S. D. White. "Druggists certainly do have a good
- memory," declared C. R. (Shorty)
sian Tea Room of the League. It is Henkel, barber in the Arcade Barber
important that every woman attend.- shop, yesterday as he was presented
t____ with pictures which he left at a drug
Play-Reading Section of the Facul- store four years ago to be developed.
ty Women's Club meets promptly at lHe also got a bill for $1.26.
2;15, Grand Rapids room, Michigan "I left- some snapshops of my little
League. boy, who was then one-year old," said
-__ Henkdl, "to be developed at a drug
COMING EVENTS store in Detroit near the shop where.
All women in education will be in- I was working at the time. Shortly
terested in hearing Dr.' Randolph G. afterwards my job took me away
Adams give a talk about the Win. from the city and I fogot all about
Clements Library, Dec. 1, at 7:30 the pictures for the time being.
p. m. in that building. Please use "Last week my old boss came into
rear entrance. the barber shop and said, 'Say,
a a .bd DShorty, that fellow at the corner
Alpha Lambda Delta members are drug store in Detroit is looking for
expected to attend the first business you with some pictures- you left to
meeting of the year at 4:15 p. m. be developed ,and a bill for $1.26.'
Thursday, Alumni room of the "Then I remembered about leav-
League. ing them there," said Henkel, "but
I wish I hadn't. A dollar twenty-six
Glider Section meets on Wednes- is a lotta money nowadays."
day, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p. m., room 348
West Engineering Building. Attend- Slayer's Wife Admits
an c e is compulsory. Please be'
prompt. She Aided Escape Plot
University of Michigan Radio Club NEW YORK, Nov. 28.-()-A
will meet Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., blond, child-like girl who married
Michigan Union. Capt. C, A. Powell Andrew 'Red' Wild-Eye McCormick
will speak on "Codes and Ciphers." under the impression that the bank
All interested are invited. bandit was- a reputable citizen was
ordered to court today to hear her-
Freshmen's IVecn Glee Club will self accused of homicide in a forlorn
meet Wednesday, November 30, at 5 plot to get him out of prison.
p, m. in the Musical: Activities Room Sobbing that "he didn't mean to
in the Union. Members and all others hurt anyone," Lucille McCormick, 20
interested are requested to attend, years old, confessed Sunday that she
smuggled the gun with which Mc-
All Junior Women: Junior Girls' Cormick, facing a 30-year term,
Play Tryouts will be held Thursday killed the headkeeper at Brooklyn
and Friday, December 1 and 2, from City prison and then took his own
9 to 6 p. m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn life when his desperate, roaring rush
Theatre. This includes those inter- for liberty was thwarted.
ested in both cast and chorus. The "I'll tell you the truth," she cried,
tryout should be an example of your after a night of questioning. "I loved
special qualification: a song, dance, Red. I'm going to be the mother of
or short reading. Where music is his child. When they told me he was
necessary bring copy for the accom- going away for 3 years; I got des-
panist. perate because I needed him."
Soon after they were married Mc-
Archery f o r Women Students: charge of robbing a Brooklyn bank
There will be archery for women stu- Cormick had been arrested on a
dents at the Yost Field House on charge of robbing a Brooklyn bank
Wednesday evening from 6:30 to of $4,000 and had been convicted.
8:00. Students wishing to go ait 7:00
may meet at the Women's Athletic A total of 173,480 acres on 1,085

Building and transportation will be farms in Tennessee were terraced
provided, to prevent washing under direction
of county agents in 1931.

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(oil basis of five average word:i to
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Minimum 3 lines per insertion.
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The ,bove rates are for 7t( pointf
GRAND PIANO-Excellent condition.
Very reasonable. 1809 Jackson Ave.
Call after 7:00 p. -.

=aer, paint. Samples, estimates.
Home Dpcorators since 1905. Dial
81017 or 7 600. 30c
ATT NTION! - Have your shoe re-
pairing and hat blocking done at
Liberty Shoe Repair Shop, 622 E.
L'iberty. 26c
IT IS NOT too early to order Christ-
iuas cards. Our greeting card dept.
is large and complete. Francisco
Boyce. 723 N. Univ. 29
BARGAINS-overstuffed chairs $3.00
to $9.00. Davenports $10.00. Study
tables $2.00. Lamps $1. A & C Fur-
niture, 325 S. Fifth Ave. 22c
eINGER WAVE-Thirty-five cents
at Rggedy Ann Beauty Shop.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Phone 7561. 172
finshing. We specialize in Univer-
sity and fraternity work. Johnke
Yph Co. 334 E. Hoover Ave. Phone
2-3730. 28c
l EAT-MEAL tickets $5.50 for $4.50.
Lunches 25c, 30c, 40c. All steak
dinners 40c. Forest Restaurant
538 Forest Ave. 25c

FINAN1VCECO.---Is Sel late model
cars for balance due. 311 W. Huron,
2-2001. l9c

LAUNDRY -- Soft water.
Towels free. Socks darned.


WASHING--And ironing. Called for

and delivered. Silks and
guaranteed satisfactory.
611 Hoover.


WANTED - Student and family
washing. Phone 3006 6c
WANTED-Student lIaundr byex-
perienced laundress. Work done by
hand. Shirts 12c. Socks mended
free. Called for and delivered. 181
Archwood Drive. Phone 3548.
LOST--Notebook containing German,
chemistry, math, English. Phone
Fred Hertrich. 4618.
L OST-Tuesday night in front of
Michigan theater, a Elgin wrist
watch with metal strap. Phnne
6307. 818 Oakland. 166
LARGE-Pleasant room with private
family. No., other roomers. There
is an attached bathroom (shower)
and adJacent sun porch suitable for
use as bedroom. This suite is par-
ticularly adapted for use by two
people. Phone 2-3725. 168

PASSENGER-To drive to Florida
Xmas vacation. Call 3378 Tuesday,
1,etween 8 and 10 p. m. 173
9368. 174
WANTED--Good piano and violin'
player for orchestra. Call 4540.
'Blue-Black' Beards Hail
New Method Of Shaving
MONTREAL, Que., Nov. 28.-Brist-
ly-bearded individuals will welcome a
Viennese doctor's discovery of a
method of eradicating whiskers. The
treatment consists of exposing the
face to certain rays, whereupon all
growth of hair is stopped, it is said.
Whiskers have always been of ques-
tionable value to man, inasmuch as
they are very rarely considered an
adornment and usually have to be
painfully scraped off. If they were
meant to be a face-warmer, Nature
was very careless, for the poor Es-
kimo and the Indian were overlooked.
CARSON CITY, Nov. 28.-(PP)-
Everett T. Mull, alias John Hall, of
Morganton, N. C., was executed in
iNavada's gas chamber shortly before
sunrise today for murder at Les
Vegas on June 15, 1932; of John C'.
New Seoond- ad Rebuilt,
nit -CoromN, ol9ess
Undewo , Buy1tn.
1. tred,
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