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SUNDAY, AU'G VST 5, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

SUNDY, AGUST5, 928 AGE H_.

THEATERS CELEBRATE
GREATER MOVIE1S WEEK
William Boyd Is Star Of "Skyscraper"
At Michigan; Beery And Hatton
Film At Majestic
FILM REVIVALS AT WUERTH
As a tribute to the Greater Movie
Season, which opened yesterday, the
Butterfield theaters are this week
presenting bills which they promise
will give their patrons an opportunity
of observing the best films that the
industry offers. The Michigan is pre-
senting William Boyd in "Skyscrap-
er," the Majestic showing "Partners
In Crime" with Wallace Beery and
Raymond Hatton, while a revival of
"The Loves Of Carmen" with Delores
Del Rio and Victor McLaghen is being
offered- at the Wuerth.
"Skyscraper" is the story of two
hardboiled steel workers and two
dainty girls, much of the action being
taken in the heights of a steel struc-
ture. Alan Hale, Sue Carol and Al-
berta Vaughan are in the supporting
cast. The stage showing at the
Michigan is the Parks Sisters and
Harvey, "Disciples of Harmony."
The Majestic's. contribution to the
week, "Partners In Crime" is an up-
roariously funny comedy featuring
the two favorite laugh getters, Wal-
lace Beery and Raymond Hatton, up
to burglary this time.
The Wuerth is presenting a series
of revivals. "The Loves of Carmen"
will be run today, Clara Bow, in "IT"
tomorrow, and "The Last Laugh"
with Emil Jannings Tuesday. "The
Scarlet Letter, "Dream Waltz" and
"The Student Prince" are the offer-
ings for the last three days of the
week.

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CANADIAN
BYRD

SCIENTI ST
ON FLIGHT

TO
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ASSIST
SOUTH

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GARB FOR BSYRD'SA S IFEILOST-Twenty dollar bill on campus
or in Arcade, Friday morning.
SMEN IS PROBLEM ADVERTISING Finder return to No. 3, Michigan
Daily.
(By Associated Press) FOR SALE-Day bed (single), dishes, oST-Alpha Gamma Delta pin be-
NEW YORK, August 5.-The ques- kitchen utensils, bookcases, floor tween 1332 Geddes and University
tion of what the well dressed Antarc- lamp. Dial 21868. 32-33-34 Hall. Finder call 3022. Reward.
tic explorer should wear may have LOST-Gold ring with green stone TYPING-Theses a specialty. Reason-
been answered for some time to come near north side of campus. Call able rates. Dial 9387. M. V. Hart-
by thme wardrobes provided for the Dabney, 3526. Reward. 33-34-35 suff.
men who are going to Antarctica FOR RENT-930 Dewey, room for I A
w ith Comm. Richard E. Byrd., next academic year. Steam heat. SITUATION WANTED-High school
Quiet. Reasonable. Phone 5035. girl will care for children, after
It is necessary that the clothes be 33 noon or evening. Dial 9758.
warm, yet light and roomy enough CLOSE IN-West side, on bus line,
WASHTENAW district in especially 3 and 4-room apartments, furnished
to permit perfect freedom of move- desirable locality, 2-year-old, 7- ad unfurnished; newly decorated;
ment and so skillfully woven that room colonial house; fireplace, tile large airy rooms, private bath and
wind, the terror of the explorer, will floors in kitchen and bath; shower; private furnace. $45 and $50 per
be barred. attic with stairs. Lot 80x160. month. Dial 116, ask for 732-F3,
An airplane cloth, meeting these ep,5035erms. Phone Mrs. POR SALE-Radio in cabinet. Call
requirements, has been chosen for 21868. 32-33-84
the summer underwear material. LOST-Small black pocketbook in -
Over this the men will wear during ladies' rest room on second floor of FOR RENT-Two furnished apart-
the summer months skiing suits of Angell Hall, Friday noon. Michigan ments. Also one large double room
and one single, room. Teachers,
wool. Wind breakers of waterproof Daily, Box 3. n o business people. Available
cloth will cover these inner garments. FOR RENT-Rooms, one single, one nursesor
Each man will have two suits of double, in elegant home with quiet now. Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington,
heavy and two suits of light under- adults. 1010 Forest Ave. 35-36-37 31-32
wear, ten pairs of socks, two pairs
breeches, six pairs of boots, two pairs
of moccasins, two woolen shirts, two u
sweaters, one reindeer parkee, one
ng rSnd o ur Clothes,
light parkee, six pairs of mittens,
dungarees,aa muskrat cap and a
segaTo the White Swan where

Frank T. Davies
.Member 4t the physics department of McGill University, Montreal,
will accompany Commander Byrd on the South Pole expedition. He
make magnetic, electrical, and atmospheric observations in the region
the South Pole.

who
will
of

CZECHOSLOVAKIA PASSES LAW
TO REDUCE STUDENT SUICIDES

(By Associated Press)
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, August
5.-Declaring that Czechoslovakia is
second only to Hungary as the world's
greatest suicide country, Deputy Ps-
horn has introduced a bill into Par-
liament designed to reduce the ever-
growing number of those seeking self-
destruction.
The bill, now passed, has children
particularly in mind. The new law
contains a unique provision that
school teachers hereafter shall not
give certificates of progress to pupils
because of the danger that children

may commit suicide for fear of their
parents. In future certificates will
be given directly to parents.
Weeds cost Wisconsin farmers
$46,000,000 a year, according to L. A.
Stone, weed specialist of the Wiscon-
sin college of agriculture.
Fourteen Swiss cantons have adopt-
ed the system of apprenticing girls
to housewives to make them quali-
fied housekeepers.

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Students Attention
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When food is kept from day to day, some means
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