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A Columbia picture starring Grace
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Nov. 4 arMrit Mona Barrie Lyle Talbot.
and Louis Aberni. Directed by Victor
I certzIner photography yJ. Walkeor
Final arrangements have been madep
for the sociology trip to Chicago spon- This is the first time I have hon-
sored by the Student Christian Asso- estly felt that a movie could have
been better reviewed by a music critic
ciation Nov. 2, 3, 4, Eleanor Peterson, than by a cinema critic. Thus I feel
'35, chairman of the committee in kind of shaky in going out of my
charge of the trip, announced yester- field. And yet, since one's judgment is
day. a matter of personal experience, my
The total cost of the trip will be honest opinion should cause no of-
$T.50 and will cover each person's fense to those better qualified for
$8.5 an wil coer ach ersn'smusical criticism.
transportation to and from Chicago,
'room for two nights, and the cost Columbia has a knack of producing
of the conduct of the tour. Every one or two really great films each year
ind1 iuai is expected to take care amid a deluge of mediocre ones. "One
of Ms own meals and street car fare Night of Love" is one of the former
of r: wn eal andstret ar are not because its film construction'
w hin Chicago. The fare will probably se not because l cstryonts
r }t exceed $3 is perfect. not because the story or its
Miss Peterson stated that the time dialogue is as finished as it could have
for registration had been extended been, not because the acting of the
until Tshursday noon, Nov. 1, but em- principles is any better than good, not
phasized the necessity of signing up because, as a film, its sequence of shots
asphoo asdthponessitybecasgnhegqutaare in a logical order, but because of1
as soon as possible because the quota1 the mellow, melodious, pleasurable
is almost filled. Registration is at Lane sensaeilnwheelodmsc esurabs-
Tall, and a $2 fee is required., sensation the film succeeds in trans-
The group is to leave Ann Arbor at mitting to the listener - and because
1:24 p.m., Friday from the Michigan of the producers' attempt to elevate
Central Depot. Those going on the the tastes of movie audiences by giving
trip are urged to arrive at the sta-' them something worthwhile, rather
tion early in order to insure ample
time for getting tickets. The group"Report On Eating
will leave Chicago at 11:59 a.m. Sun- I+g.
day and arrive in Ann Arbor at 7:05 Places Is Given
Miss Peterson stated that the com-
plete itinerary, subject only to slight (Continued from Page 1)
change, had been made. is afflicted by parasites. Although
Upon arrival in Chicago supper will we have a very efficient meat inspec-
be had in Chicago's Greenwich Vil- tor in Ann Arbor, there continues to
lage. A dinner speaker has been se- be, from time to time, certain pork
cured and following the supper the and beef which gets into eating es-
group will visit a Life Studio, night tablishments without proper meat in-
club, and Chicago's Harlem. spection. These parasites are not
On Saturday morning visits to the killed except by intensive cooking.-
police department, county courts and When these parasites are taken
jails, show-uproom, psycopathic lab- through the digestive system they ,
oratory,~ and the crime broadcasting mtr n as ra elo n
station will be made. At noon the mature and cause a great deal of m-
group will go through the studios of;convemence s
the National Broadcasting Company Much of the so-called rheumatism
and the new Board of Trade Building. in the rural sections is caused by
Dinner will be eaten in the China measly pork and measly beef. It has
Town area.j been said that when meat is not en-
Saturday afternoon the Social Hy- tirely done, it is much more tender.
giene Clinic will be visited, and a brief If the student wishes to undergo the
talk will be given by. Dr. Rachelle S. attendant dangers mention above he'
Yarrows, head of the Clinic. In the may have his meat tenderly cooked.
evening "Hobo College", and places of However, it would be much better for
interest in Chicago's underworld area the student to refuse meat which is
will be seen. ; improperly cooked.
Sunday mornixfg will be spent at the Students should pick their eating
Chicago University campus at which places with care. Infections begin,
place the group will attend the Chi- even in the most sanitary establish-
cago University chapel. In the after- ments, so it is not possible to use dirt
noon the group will visit the Ghetto, and lack of sanitation as a criteria.
Little Italy, and sociology centers such Examples can be cited to show how
as Hull House. possible it is to find a food infection
Sunday evening will be given over
to a program of the John Reed Club
of young communists. If any spare ,
time is available the group will visit
the Worker's College.
in a sanitary place, such as serving
of raw oysters and the improper
cooking of meat.
Students should not eat in private
boarding houses unless they know
that the food is prepared in a sani-
tary manner. Statistics show that
there are more food infections
that there are more food infections
coming from the private boarding
houses than from the restaurants.
An attempt was made last year to
run down several of the food infec-
tions in private boarding houses, but
it seemed very difficult to find any-
one particular food responsible for
I believe the personal side of sani-
tation is the solution of the problem.
But it is difficult to control the ac-
tions of individuals. A solution will
come with education of the people
in regard to proper personal health.
Students can help in this manner by
informing' the eating place owner
if they are not satisfied with the
than catering to the fictitious low level
of intelligence movie audiences are
reputed to possess. And for this atti-
tude. I sincerely thank Columbia pic-
victor Schertzinger, who directed
"Beloved" last season, is Hollywood's
most competent director of musical
films, in addition to being somewhat
of a composer himself. His intelligent
and serious handling of musical ma-
terial for the movies is a definite con-
tribution to the development of that
medium of expression.
"One Night of Love" is a story of a
girl (Miss Moore) who longed for an
operatic career, was adopted by a
great voice teacher (Mr. Carminati),
struggled hard to develop her talent
- and became a success. In retrospect,
one tries to evaluate the talents of
Miss Moore, and the inevitable re-
sult is an almost inexpressible feeling
of, "Ah, Grace Moore." A great opera
star in her own right, beautiful be-
yond all expectations of her kind,
comparatively young and alluring -
could any one individual be graced
more than this Grace is? It is hard
to say. She makes the film fine enter-
tainment, under Schertzinger's direc-
tion, and the total result is of a
higher class than one usually gets the
chance to see.
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Fuller Called To New York
For His Mother's Funeral
Richard C. Fuller, instructor in
sociology, has been called to his home
in Friendship, N. Y., upon the sud-
den death of his mother, Mrs. H. N.
Mrs. Fuller was on her way here
early Thursday morning to visit her
son and to see the Illinois-Michigan
football game, when the car in which
she was riding collided with another
car. Dr. Fuller, who was driving,
was not seriously hurt, but Mrs. Ful-
ler was fatally injured. She passed
away on Saturday night.
Mr. Fuller's classes will be taken
over by other'members of the sociol-
ogy department until he returns.
Dr. Graham Netting, curator of
herpetology in the Carnegie Museum
at Pittsburgh, will arrive in Ann Ar-
bor today for purposes of research at
the University Museums.
According to museum officials, he
will stay three days during which
time he will conduct numerous ex-
periments with reptiles.
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