THE MICHIGAN DAILY FDAY DEC. 10, 193
Bill-Passers Arrested Near Ford Plant
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.May Have Fallen Into Sea
students and their friends are
Freshman Round Table. At the
Freshman Round Table at the Union,
9:30 Sunday morning, the whole
time will be spent in discussion of
problems raised at the previous
Round Table meeting.
Graduate History Club: The next
meeting will be held on Dec. 12 at
4:00 p.m. in Room 302 of the Michi-!
gan Union. Mr. Carson will speak
on: "Teaching history in high school."
All Graduate students in history are
Ministerial Students: All students
interested in the ministry are invited
to a luncheon at Lane Hall Monday,!
:" Dec. 13. Reservations should be made
*..;.before 10 o'clock Monday morning.
To Student Odd Fellows: Tuesday
City police at Dearborn, Mich. arrested 60 members of the United December 14, the Ostenigo Odd Fel-
Automobile Workers Union when they attempted to distribute literature low Lodge invites all Odd Fellows,
in a "prohibited area" at the gates of the Ford Motor Co. Here a police whether they be rhembers in Michi-
officer is escorting an organizer away from the scene, a load of papers gan or other states, to attend a spe-
cial meeting for your benefit at 8
under his arm. All of the arrests were peaceful. pim. hedin the 0. F.Hal t at
p.m. held in the O. F. Hall at 209 East
Aistory e - The Grand Master and Grand Sec-
ge H istory Of Un versity retary will be present. Rerfreshments
Returned By Newshawk Of 90's (Caroling: Professor Mattern wi
lead a Carol Sing at Lane HallSun-Y
A history of the University, written concerning the size of the University day evening at 8:15. All University
in 1896 by the late President James of over 40 years ago, allow an inter- students welcome.
B. Angell for the Detroit Free Press, esting comparison to the University
was brought to the University last of today which, after celebrating its meet at Lane Hall at 2:30 Sunday
week by Quincey Adams Thomas, a 100th anniversary in Ann Arbor, has!mernoonealtrip t:3CamuNdwy
law student here in 1879 and 1880 and a total yearly enrollment of nearly afternoon for a trip to Camp New-
the reporter who came to Ann Arbor 14,500. kirk. Hiking and supper. All grad-
in the 90's for the story. uate students are welcome.f
The results of the first half cen- CiSP
tury of the University's existence, asF'our fRinks In City G (ru uill hoiti"i"- **ria".* *
In the belief she may have fallen
into the sea from a 30 foot cliff
near their home, a search was con-
ducted by boat for Mrs. Sarah
Flavin (above), wife of the Broad-
way playwright. This picture was
taken about five years ago when
she was taking flying lessons, The
Flavins now live at Monterey, Cal.
FABER TEACHES YOUNGSTERS
CHICAGO, Dec. 9.- kP) - Urban!
(Red) Faber, last of baseball's great
spitball pitchers and for 20 years a
Major League star, said tonight he
h~as signed a contract to instruct
young players in the school Ray L.
Doan will conduct at Hot Springs,
Michigan Theater Bldg.
outlined by the former President's g 3 .~.~ ~ - A~1L
article, included a total yearly en- Offer Free Skatino at 5:30 p.m. Sunday in the Hostess
o0Room of the Michigan League. All
rollment of over 3000 students at- Christian students are invited.
tending classes in 16 buildings on the FheiItkatistudefosractymrinkd.i
campus. Free skating on four city rinks is
Mr. Thomas, who had been com- available, Eli Gallup, superintendent The Ann Arbor Friends will hold
missioned by the Free Press in De- of parks, reported yesterday. their Christmas party Saturday, Dec.
cember, 1896, to prepare an article on All rinks except the one at Ply. 11, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and
the University, said that he recently1 mouth parkway are lighted for night Mrs. Harold Gray, 1416 Hill Street.
recalled the story he had obtained, skating, he said. The rinks are lo- Part of the 20 cent refreshment
hunted it down in the files of the cated at Wines Field on Hill St., West charge will go toward a Work Camp
Detroit library, and made photostaticI Park on Chapin St.; Burns Park on scholarship fund. Guests are invited
copies of it which he brought to the Wells St. and the Plymouth parkway to bring a 10 cent gift for exchange.
University. on the Plymouth Rd. cutoff.n
The assertions of President Angell, _ _Union Christmas
EVENING RADIO Hop To Have Gifts
PR . at the PROGRAMS The Union's Christmas party, the
TTY A PSOGPESanta Claus Stomp, which will fea-
- - ---- ture gifts for all and special prizes to
ristmas Cards and Wrappings CKLW certain ticket holders, will be held
P.M. from 9 p.m. until midnight Satur-
ts - Candies - Salted Nuts 6:oo.-.Tir'f Reporter. day in the main ballroom
R "1fi T---A ,dayin he min alloox of the
4-Thread clear sheer Hose, all-
silk foot, good wearing, excel-
lent value. Better get a box.
Four-Gored Pure Silk Slip -
perfect fitting -
Plain-Tailored Satin Pajamas
special for the week-end -
Others to $3.95.
call for bright
CAP and SCARF SETS
6:15--News and Sports.
6:45--Ray Keating Orch.
7:30-United Press Bulletins.
7:45--Henry Weber Orch.
8 :00--Mary Jane Walsh
8:15--Harold Stokes Orch.
8:30--Happy Hal's Housewarming.
9:00--black Horse Tavern.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:30- Art Kassel Orch.
12 :00-George Olsen Orch.
12:30-Vincent Lopez Orch.
6:00---Day in Review.
8:00---Grand Central Station.
8:30-Death Valley Days.
9:30--Tommy Dorsey Orch.
10:00--American Road Builders
10:15--Paul Martin Orch.
10:30--Light Opera Company.
11:30--Henry Busse Orcli.
12:30--Jesse Hawkins Orch.
6 :00--Ty Tyson.
7:00--Amos 'n' Andy.
9:30-True Story Hour.
11:15-Northwood Inn Orch.
12:00--Webster Hall Orch
6:15-Melody and Rhythm.
6:45-To Be Announced.
7:30-Victor Arden Music.
8:00-Hammerstein Music Hall.
8:30-Alice Faye; Hal Kemp Orch.
10:00-Kitty Carlisle; Gus Haenschen.
11:15--Week in Review.
12:00-Emery Deutsch Orch.
12:30-Ted Flo Rito Orch.
Everyone buying a ticket will re-
ceive a Christmas present, and hold-
ers of 25 tickets drawn from the hat
will be given special prizes including
candy, cigarettes, tickets to Union
dinner, tickets to Union dances and
boxes of cigars.
No Relief Is In Sight
From The Weatherman
No relief from Ann Arbor's near
zero weather was seen yesterday with
the weatherman expecting cloudy
weather but no snow.
IThe temperature reached its low
of the year Wednesday night when
it touched 5.8 degrees above zero.
That was also the approximate low
for last night.
ART CINEMA LEAGUE
"Ordinary superlatives are
New York Times
(German Dialogue - English
WALT DISNEY CARTOON
and Olympic Champion
All Seats Reserved - Tickets 35c
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Friday and Saturday
at 8:15 p.m.
separate or combined
in a Parka-hood effect
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219 South Main Street
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