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THE MICUICAN DAILY _

Mussolini-Shakes Hands With Chamberlain

Fourth Student
Riot Features
a Less Damage
Petty Incendiarism Rife

(Continued from Page 4)
Guild at seven o'clock in Harris Hall.

Associated Press Wirephoto shows Premier Mussolini, mediator of the
Four Powers' Munich accord, shaking hands with Prime Minister Cham-
berlain of Great Britain, with whom he signed an agreement, not yet
in ;effect.

As Police Douse Fires This meeting will begin promptly and
you are asked to be on time. The
Crowd Has Started meeting will conclude at 8:05 in or-
der that those of the group who de-
(Continued from Page 1) sire to do so may attend the Inter-
_ -guild meeting at the Congregational
age before the tear gas was used. Un- Church at 8:15. Dr. Yoder, Director
like last night's episode, the gas of the Ypsilanti State Hospital, will
proved ineffective and in desperation speak at the Inter-guild Rally on
President Clarence C. Little finally the subject, "Religion and Mental
Health." All students are cordially
had to make a speech before the stu- invited to attend both meetings.
dents went home.
Plastered with eggs, the police were St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West
left to contemplate a completely Liberty at Third, Rev. Carl A. Brauer,
ruined theatre front which bricks Minister.
and muscle had smashed. Six of the Morning worship, at 10:45. Sermon
rioters' number were arrested. Next by the pastor on "The Power of the
Christian Life.'
morning found wiser heads collecting All Lutheran students and their
student subscriptions to pay for the friends are invited to the Open House,
damage and for a while it was thought sponsored by the local Walther
the matter would efid there-until Leaguers for the benefit of the sou-
three of the offenders were suspend- dents this evening from five to Seven-
ed from the University and three thirty. Supper will be served by a
more, were placed on probation. group of ladies at six o'clock.
A Holy Communion service will i4P'
Star Riot Famous held at 7:30 with a sermon by the
Still more famous is the Star The-
atre riot the exact date of which is
unknown. It was before the war
that an upperclassm n had the mis-
fortune to have the theatre manager
trip over his foot one afternoon. The
manager, lacking a sense of humor,
called a bouncer and together they
threw the offender out. And then
the fun started.
In a couple of hours 1,000 brawny
young men had gathered-armed
with bad fruit, worse apples, and
still worse eggs. Mobbing the place,
they tore up seats, tied a rope around
the piano and hauled it into the
streets where they dissected it. They
would have been contented to go in
peace, they said, but th management
called the police and fire department.
Then the rioting really began.
Students Stole Helmets

minister on the topic: "Why am
Lutheran?"
Unitarian Church: 11 a.m. Sun
morning, Mr. Marley will speak
"Fascism in the Saddle."
6:30 p.m. Coffee Hour in Cht
Library.
7:30 p.m. Liberal Students' Un

as usual in Zion Lutheran Parish
1Hall.

(Continued from Page 1) i country whenhe addressed the crowd.
Emerine, '39, and signed by students The new democracy has patterned its
attending the meeting. These were industrial and political ideas after4
telegraphed to Secretary of State our and other democracies. It is for
Cordell Hull. that reason, he added that the Czechs
America plays the role of a tutor to feel a deep hurt at the treatment
Czechoslovakia, said Lichtenstein, they have received at the hands of
who has recently returned from that European democracies.
Classified Directory
--- - -12c. We call for and deliver. Phone
FOR RENT 4863 for other prices. Mrs. Richards.
72
FOR RENT-Very attractive for wo- -7
man, in business or school. Home FOR SALE-
privileges. 411 E. Washington near
State. 6318. 69 ?OR SALE-Fine hunting dog. Reg-
istered pedigreed German Pointer.
FOR RENT-Double room for boys. Call 2-2961. 77
Approved, $2.50 each, 1232 White.
'Phone 2-1954,. Near Ferry Field. 70 .7.0R SALE-Ford car,. 1934 Fordor
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idaire, reasonable. 540 Packard. 68 WANTED - TYPING
FOR RENT-Rooms for boys, 2 blocks rYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen,
from campus, stores, 1 block from 408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935. 79
movies. Suites at $3, $3.25. and VIOLA STEIN-Experienced typist.
$3.75. Single at $4. Roomy. Call Reasonable rates, 706 Oakland.
2-1767. 311 Thompson. 52 Phone 6327. 10
FOR RENT-3 rooms well furnished. MISCELLANEOUS

Students stole

policemen's

hel-

mets and coats; took the fire hose
away from the firemen and turned
it upon those unfortunates and then
finally cut the hose into pieces for
souvenirs.
But again morning brought head-
aches. The piper had to be paid so
students circulated among faculty
and business men with collection
pails to gather money to keep ar-
rested undergraduates from prison.
And now Sept. 30 will enter Michi-
ghans legendary hall of fame-the
night when the Fourth Riot occurred.

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RAINEY HOTEL, 303 E. Ann St. 1
WANTED-Sophomore wishes room-
mate for large double room, newly
furnished, tile bath, showers, hot
water. $4.00. 1417 S. University. 63
WASHED SAND and Gravel, Drive-
way gravel, washed pebbles. Killins
Gravel Company, Phone 7112. 17
FOUR PERSONS, interested in going
to Minneapolis and return for
Michigan-Minnesota football game.
Call 2-1227 between 5 and 6. M. F.
Kessler. 64
SPECIAL END PERMANENTS $1.50.
Shampoo and Fingerwav6 with
Rinse 50c. College Beauty Shop. Ph.
2-2813. 65

Before and After the
Football Game visit
The
German Inn
117 West Huron
for an excellent
Home-Cooked Meal.
As for your Sunday Chicken
Dinner try our 40c chicken
plate and other specials.
- Choice BEER and WINES -

DANCING...ARMORY
Company K 0
GRAND OPENING
Fri., Sept. 30 - Sat., Oct. 1
HERB "RED" RITZ and his band
., Early Bird Price before 9:00
Dancing Every Friday and Saturday
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For the past two days advertisements have appeared in )he Michigan Daily
giving the Oratorical Association lecture series prices. These prices have

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Mail Lecture Series Applications Now
Applications for tickets will be filled in the order received. The Hill Audi-
torium box-office sales will be open October 17 and continue through October
25. Mail all orders to the Oratorical Association, 3211 Angel Hall, Ann Arbor.
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PRICES

Single Admission
Tickets

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Season Tickets

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BECOME ACQUAINTED
With Those Who Serve You
With Safety, Honesty and Integrity.

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Main floor..

. 75

Balcony. . . 5 . 0c

Main floor... $3.50
Three central sections-
Main floor.. $3.00
Extreme right and left-
First Balcony, three central
sections $3.00
First Balcony, extreme right
and left $2.75

(Woollcott and
single admission
$1.00 and 75c).

van Zeeland
tickets . . . .

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