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September 18, 1934 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1934-09-18

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View From Air Of Lawyers Club Quadrangle Protects For

All Departments Are Now
Open; First Dance To Be
Given Friday
With the opening of student regis-
tration for Union membership sched-
uled for today, Allen D. McCombs,
'35, president, outlined preliminary
plans for projects to be carried on by
the student organization of the Un-
ion during the forthcoming year.
Student officers will start their
work immediaely with two freshmen
assemblies scheduled for Thursday
and Friday nights of this week. In-
coming students will meet for a stu-
dent-faculty assembly Thursday and
an activities assembly Friday.
The first membership dance will
be held Friday night from 10 p. m.
to 2 a. m. immediately following the
freshmen activities meeting, and the

Here is an aerial glimpse of the newest set of University buildings, the Lawyers Club with its quadrangle
and surrounding buildings. The last unit of the club, Hutchins Hall,'was comileted last year.

Under New Management

Col. Frederick S. Rogers, who took
command of the post here last year
after having been transferred from
the Army War College, said yester-
day that he expects this to be an even
more successful year than last and
that a definite gain in the number
of students enrolling is anticipated.
The regular Army personnel of the
post, in addition to Colonel Rogers,
consists of three captains, one first-
lieutenant, and two sergeants.
Freshman training in the unit in-
cludes one drill period and two one-
hour classes each week, and covers
the rudiments of military drill, rifle
markmanship, and other basic fields.
Completion of four years in the
University unit, plus one period at
summer camp; leads to a commission
in the Officers Reserve Corps of the
United States Army, as a second

to express the opinion today that
they had rounded up one of the
most active and best organized hold-
up gangs in Detroit in recent years.
Pat Harrison, 23, was arrested Sun-
day as he sat with Miss Agnes Bar-
owie, 22, in a. theatre. Police said
Harrison admitted participation in a
beer garden holdup Saturday in
which Edward Tomlinson was badly
wounded by the proprietor, Frank
Edwin. Tomlinson is in receiving


5.50 Meal Tickets $5.00

DETROIT, Sept. 17-(W) -The ar-
rest of nine young men and a young
woman over the week-end led police

ANN ARBOR AIR SERVICE has available: 1 Aeroned for $6.00
per hour solo, $8.00 .per hour dual; 2 Great Lakes for $10.00 per
hour solo, $12.00 per hour dual; 1 Stinson 4-place cabin is avail-
able for air rides from $1.00 up.
Airlines Ticket Reservations Made Here.
CALL 9270 OR 730F14
Ann Arbor Air Service
Airport 3 Miles South on State Street





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