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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCT. 23. 1931

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New Marriage
Law Becomes
Effective Today

United States Crusaders In

The Cause Of World Peace

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Radio Students
Air Their Play
On WJR Today

EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

Pre-Marital Examination
By Physicians Required
Under Michigan Statute
LANSING, Oct. 22.- (P) -The
State's new premarital examination
law becomes operative tomorrow, al-
though it does not go on the statute
books until Oct. 29.
Dr. C. C. Slemons, Michigan health
commissioner, has declared the en-
actment "one of the most concise and
effective" of acts now effective in 20
states. The law requires prospective
brides and bridegrooms to submit
health certificates, signed in the pres-
ence of the physicians who examined
them, in applying for marriage li-
censes.
The law goes into force before its
effective date because of a ruling by
the Attorney General that certificates
are necessary for the issuance of mar-
riage licenses on or after Oct. 29, an
existing law requires a five-day wait
between the application for a license
and its issuance.
The Attorney General ruled first
that the deadline for applications
without examination would be to-
morrow. A re-check, however, dis-
closed that the required wait of five
"full" days would make today the
deadline.
1ev. Lewis Opposes
Communion Change
The Rev. Henry Lewis of St. An-
drews Episcopal Church was chiefly
instrumental in defeating a proposal
made Tuesday at the national con-
vention of the Episcopal Church be-
ing held at Cincinnatti which would
have altered the form of communion
from the present mode. Rev. Lewis
ended the discussion by introducing a
motion tabling the resolution under
consideration, it was disclosed.
The pastoral letter officially adopt-
ed by the convention, embodying its
views on various subjects, included a
protest against "the view that na-
tional necessity justifies conquest and
exploitation." Although stating that
it was highly important that nations
renounce war, the letter said "there
must first be abandonment of that
group selfishness which is .satisfied
at the expense of the weak and ig-
norant."
Classified
NOTICES
MODERN Beauty Shop-Shampoo
finger wave 50c. End permanent,
$1.00. Oil Croquignole, $1.50. Phone
8100, 117 S. Maine.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-Job
open at $15 to $20 for four hours
work per day for three days selling
and canvassing. Fifty men and 25
women will be hired. Men apply at
Mich. Union 4:00-4:30 today; wom-
en apply at League 5:00-5:30 today.
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WANTED
TYPING-Carfully and promptly
done L. M. Heywood, 803 E. King-
sley St. Phone 8344. 106
TYPING, neatly and accurately done.
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phone
5244. 3x
STUDENTS to work in fraternities
and sororities. Call 2-1777. Ask for
Ed or Norm, 736 S. State St. 118
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit-
ers, old gold and musical instru-
ments. Ready cash waiting for you.
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x

LAUNDRY

Crusaders in the cause of peace
will confer with nine others in Be
Moffat; standing, Charles E. Bohlen
NEWS ir
Michigan
Two gallons of elixir sulfanilamide
-elixir of death-were seized yester-
day in Pontiac by Dr. John M. Mon-
roe, Oakland County Health officer.
The compound, which the AmericanC
Medical Association stated yesterday
was the cause of more than 30 deaths
and possibly 37 in Mississippi, In-
diana, Illinois, Kansas and Okla-
homa, was still in its original con-
tainers and had not yet reached
the public when Dr. Monroe and Vin-;
cent La Piana, Federal Food and
Drug inspector, traced it to doctors'l
offices and drug establishments.'
Chicago
Latest theory on the Ross kidnap-k
ing case was that gamblers harrassed!
by a long police campaign might have
turned to sn aching when their rev-
enue was cut off by a series of raids.
A ransom bill was traced by G-Men
to a Chicago insurance collector who
had cashed a check for a roomer
who had given it to a landlady who
had turned it over to the G-Men.

Romance Of High School
Sweethearts Is Plot Of
Student-Written Serial
"The Michigan University of the,
Air" will present the first episode of
a serial story entitled "Joan and Jack
at Michigan," at 9 a.m. today. The
story was written by Esther Benson,
'39, Marcia Connell, '39, Jack Stiles,
'39 and Phillip Buchen, '39, of Prof.
. Waldo Abbot's class in broadcasting.
The story concerns a small-town
boy and girl who enters the Univer-
sity as freshmen. The trials that be-
set these high school sweethearts here
make up the plot.
In the play are Nancy Schaefer,
39, Robert Corrigan, '38, in the roles1
of Joan and Jack, Edward Grace, '39,.
Arthur Harwood. '38, and Buhen
> . .:. :. Stiles.
Programs originally scheduled for
D, this U.S. delegation headed by Ambassador-at-large Norman Davis 4:45 p.m. Saturday have been moved
lgium. Left to right, seated, Dr. S. K. Hornbeck, Davis, Pierrepont to 5:45 p.m. until after the football
,Robert T. Pell. season.
Dr. Kenneth A. Easlick, assistant
Asetprofessor of operative dentistry, will
Freshmnen Assert 'peak at 5:45 p.m. today on the care of
Bi children's teeth.
BRIEF ~Black Friday Win i-
(Continued from Page 1)
Bell and snake-danced among the OufferOsstance
Whew! Police declined to disclose if tables to the accompanying flash of
they had traced the bill to one of photographers' bulbs. LANSING, Oct. 22.-(UP)-The Gas
the collector's 70 customers.- With no more sophomores in sight, Corp. of Michigan, which has com-
they returned to the campus and plained to the State Public Utilities
NmihCommission that it lacked sufficient
y marched quietly past the Health natural gas to supply its Mt. Pleasant
Margaret Drennan, 20-year-old' Service to Mosher-Jordan, where and Clare customers this winter, re-
secretarial student, on trial for the they serenaded the girls with "Down ceived an offer of assistance today
slaying of Paul Reeves, 25, father of By The Old Mill Stream." from the Consumers Power Co.
her unborn child was freed yester- After a chorus of "Keep Up The Representatives of the Consumers
day while a courtroom crowd cheered. Good Work Tomorrow" when the Power suggested that fuel could be
Miss Drennan, who testified that she class feud will be resumed at South piped from its gas field near Bloom-
had killed Reeves in his Dark Iselin Ferry Field in the traditional class field, a distance of 13 miles, and
bungalow the night of Sept. 7 to games, they broke up into small turned into the pipes of the Gas Corp.
ward off a second attack was whisked groups and returned to their homes, of Michigan.
by jail officers to the Sheriff's office without pants but definitely victor- The commissioi; ordered the cor-
immediately after the jury had re- ious. poration to draw up petitions for
turned its verdict, three hours and permission to establish a subsidiary
tu d mintes veritre s ad sAlthough therewere no serious in- pipe line company to tap the Con-
23 minutes after retiring. juries, the Health Service treated sumers Power resources, and for per-
several participants for minor bruises'mission to lay the pipe line. No
New York and cuts, date was set for the hearing.
Friday night's battle, contrary to -
A live tiger was wheeled into the! yesterday morning's fight in front of TO SPEAK FOR UNITARIANS a
New York political campaign last Allen-Rumsey, required no interven- The Rev. H. P. Marley, minister of
night to show the voters what the ion by University authorities, as the the Unitarian Church will leave to-
legendary mascot of Tammany HallI general proceedings throughout the, day for the Unitarian General Con-
looks like caged. evening were marked by an air of ference at Niagara Falls at which he
ART CINEMA LE-- - ~ - "don't do any damage." will speak.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE'

WWj
P.M.
6 :00-Ty Tyson.
6:15-Dinner Music,
6 :30-PressRadio News.
6:45-Art of i.ving.
7 :00-Top-Htters.
7:15-Studio Feature.
7:30-Piano Duo.
7:45-Jimmy Kempner.
8:00-Believe It Or Not,
8:30-Jack Haley.
8:45-Concert Hour.
9:00-Special Delivery.
9:30-NBC Feature.
10:00-NBC Jamboree.
11 :00-Newscast.
11:15-Webster Hail Orch.
11:30-Dance Music.
12:00-Dance Music.
WXYZ
P.M.
6:00-To Be Announced.
6:15-Keyboard Kapers.
6:30-Day in Review.
7:00-Message of Israel.
7:30-Town Taik.
7:45-San iotters.
8:00-Governor Murphy.
8:30-Fray and Braggiotti.
8:45-Victor Arden.
9:00-Nationai Barn Dance.
10 :00-Gunsmoke Law.
10:00-LightOpera Gems.
11:00-Tomorrow's Headlines.
11:30-Sandy Williams Orch.
12 :00-Graystone.
12:30--Rudy Vallee Orch.

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CKLW
P.M.
6:00-Turf Reporter.
6:15-News and Sports.
6:30-Washington.State-U.C L.A
7:00-Palmer House Ensemble.
7:15-Dick Stabile Orch.
7:45-Charioteers.
8:00-Hi. There, Audience.
8:30-Sleepy Hollow Gang.
9:00--Dance Rhythm.
9:30-Wait Schuann Orch.
9 :45-"Hoilywood Whispers."
10:00-Sylvia Froos.
10 :30--George Olsen Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15--Horace Heidt Orch
11:30-Billy Swanson Orch.
12:00-Leo Reisman Orch.
12:30 - W ne King Orch.
WJR
P.M.
6:00--stevenson Sports.
6:15-Musical.
6 :30-Spor ts Review.
7:00-News Comes to Life.
7:30-Carborundum Band.
8:00-Your Unseen Friend.
8 :30-Phllip Morris.
9:00-Professor Quiz.
9:30--Saturday Night Serenade.
10:00-Your Hit Parade.
11:15-Benny Goodman Orch.
11 15-~snu~Sports,
11 :1Master Orch
12:00-Emery D-utsch Orch.
12:30-1Bb Crosby Orch.

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Do You Prefer
a GO D MEAL?

That is prepared from the best ingredients by an ex-
cellent chef . . . that is served by efficient waiters,..
that is sufficient to satisfy a hungry man at a very
reasonable price.
If you do-Try a Lunch or Dinner at
FR ED W. OTTO'S
BRIGHT SPT
802 PACKARD STREET

prsets ; LAST TIMEST
Directry
LOST-Brown suede men's jacket in
Economics Bldg., room 103, Wed-
nesday morning. Call 4738. 126 IN PERSON
LOST-Girl's wrist watch Thursday
on North University. Reward.
2-1754.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: English bicycle, newO-
light, special gears, pneumatic tires
double brake. Phone 4807. 120
FOR RENT - also
Soviet Sport Pageant
FOR MEN-Suite for 3 or 4. Private Mickey Mouse Cartoon
bath and shower. Steam heat. LYDIA MENDELSSOHN
Phone 8544, 422 E. Washington. 128J THEATRE
COZY FURNISHED five rooms, bath- Friday and Saturday 8:15 p.m.
room, fireplace and garage. Rent OCTOBER 22-23 ,
$40. Inquire Mrs. Lennon, phone All Seats Reserved Tickets 35c
7794. 127

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STARTING TODAY!
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1:30-11:30 P.M.

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20c to 5 P.M.
Sunday 25c All

NOW! Day
TODAY AND SUNDAY! SHE'S OUT FOR FUN!
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Mr witougas Robet our
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MUSICAL COMEDY I COLOR CARTOON
"SOME TIME SOON" I "BOSCO AND THE PIRATES"

EXPERIENCED laundress doing
dent laundry. Will call for
deliver. 4863.

LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.

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LOST AND FOUND

LOST: Diamond wrist watch.

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