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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE TEREE

THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1929 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

WOMEN VOTERS PLAN
TO HOLD CITIZENSHIP
SCHOOL HERE IN JUL
REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVEN
STATES WILL ATTEND
CONVENTION
SESSION TO OPEN JULY 8I
Political Science Professors Will
Lecture And Lead Discussion
Of "County Government"

DETROIT MILLIONAIRE PURCHASES PLAN MONUMENT
ONE OF FIRST EDISON WORK-SHOPS FOR MAN O' WAR

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Screen Reflections

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(FN Associated Press)
FRANKFORT, Ky., June 27?
Plans to immortalize Man O' War
by having made a life size bronze
of the famous race horse were dis-
closed here yesterday by Governor
Flem D. Sampson, following an ex-
change of letters with Frank C.
Reilly, New York, who conceived
the idea.
Mr. Reilly saw Man O' War at
Lexington during a tour of the
Kentucky bluegrass as a member
of the governor's party on the Sun-
day after derby day this year, and
recently wrote Gov. Sampson. Mr.
Reilly said he has obtained the
consent of F. G. R. Roth, sculptor
to model Man O' War. Mr. Reilly
wired the governor that the con-1
sent of Samuel D. Riddle, owner of
Man O' War, has been obtained
subject to arrangements being
made with Miss Elizabeth Danger-,
field, horse trainer who has charge
of Man O' War, as to the time the
'modeling is to be done.
It is planned to have the bronze
cast from the sculptor's model by
Bertelli.

SHOWBOAT makes a silly fool of himself by let-
At the Wuerth ting his pantomine go badly to
The box office is "selling out" for seed. He ought to know better aft-
er acting with The Theater Guild,
this show-which would seem to in- but movie technique seems to have
dicate that by movie standards it is "got" him.
a success. And according to the The story of course is changed to
hoary movie traditions it is, for the conform with the movie Pollyanna
villain, or in this case the villainess, tradition, but that is a minor mat-
is the most horribly villainous, the ter compared to the caricature that
heroine is absolutely sweet etc, etc, invests the characters, inherited
until the final fade-out. from the silent version. The "si-
But the picture is quite worth lent" heroine is never prepared for
seeing, from the point of view of a tragedy because she is always much
lr d k in th d l m of too sweet, and so the tradition

tan"a Kin e
the "'talkie.''

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stands, inviolate.

Six adjoining states and Michi-
gan will furnish students for the
fifth regional Citizenship school of
the League of Women Voters,
which will be held July 6-11 in the
Michigan League Building. Mem-
bers of the University faculty and
several outside authorities will lec-
ture on the general subject of Henry Ford (left) Thomas Ed
"County Government." j front of the original glass-blowing
"We expect at least 75 to be pres- Thomas Edison created his carbon
ent from the states covered," said ding has been bought by Ford for
Miss Jennie Buell of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
general chairman of arrangements. _____________
"The sessions will be open both to TIH E
women and to men. Students of T
the Summer Session will be very F A S H I O N
welcome." P L A T E
An informal reception at the
home of Mrs. G. W. Patterson, the
President of the Ann Arbor League Prints, especially for evening
of Women Voters, will open the ses- wear, are far and away the most
sion on Monday, July 8. The re- popular of summer fashions. And
maining three days will be divided the larger the print, the better. But
into a morning session from 9:30 though prints may be huge in de-
to 12, and an afternoon session sign and bold in pattern, the col-
from 2 to 4:30. During the former, ors are soft and shadowy. There
talks will be given on administra- is nothing to be found like the }old
tive problems of the League. Dur- black and white prints of a few
ing the latter, from three to four seasons ago.
lectures each day will be given on The materials for the evening
various aspects of county govern- gowns this summer are chiffons,
ment. 15 georgettes, moires, or taffetas.
,Professor Thomas H. Reed, Dr. Flower prints, rather than the

I ison, and Mrs. Edison seated

in

shed at Parsippany; N. J., where
filament electric lamp. The buil
his Edisonian Museum at Dearborn,j

Producers are quite obviously
scared to death by the sound film.
It is an old enough device, Heaven
knows, older than the commercial
silent form; but what is new is a
voracious public demanding it al-
most exclusively. And now the
producer is faced with making a
sound-picture and acting as his
own pioneer in a hitherto ignored
amusement field.
Laura La Plante does some splen-
did acting, but only at times. As
the lovely Magnolia who runs away
to Chicago she plays a charming
matron, with maturity and real:
personality. As the ingenue Mag-
nolia, or the successful stage-hit,
Magnolia Ravenal she is merely

At The Michigan
Alice White in "Hot Stuff"-
luke-warm and nonsense about
college hellions. Jim Wilcox, win-
ner two years ago of the local
movie contest with Tom Denton,
figures in it in various mob scenes
of collegians.
At The Majestic
Lupe Velez in "Wolf Song"-a
lyric of the 1910 vintage of movie
production dealing with that well
known theme "Love Is All," played
by the lovely Lupe in beautiful
clothes. Oh yes, God's out-of-
doors is in the picture too, and the
price of furs was "$8 a pelt in them

WILL THE STARVING CHINESE EAT
RICE OR AMERICAN GROWN WHEAT?
(By Associated Press) seen a grain of rice, much less
WASHINGTON, June 27- Will eaten rice.
the Chinese eat American wheat? "' u150,900,G00 Chinese, it
That question has been raised in I is estimated, live chiefly on wheat,
newspapers following the proposal That is, there are more Chinese
to buy American wheat to be sent who lean on wheat as the staff of
to starving Chinese. life than there are Americans who
"Irrespective of the merits of eat bread.
this relief measure, the popular "t
idea that every Chinese has a bowl I"No accurate statistics of China's
of rice in hand three or more times department of commerce estimates
a day is false," says a bulletin that the annual wheat production
from Washington headquarters of of China lies somewhere between
the National Geographic society. 200,000,000 and 600,000,000 bushels.
"Millionis of Chinese have never Wheat is grown in practically all
the provinces from the southern
o ---v to the northern borders. But the
I SWIMMING TEACHER northern provinces are China's
true wheat belts. Manchuria is in
A call has come to the of- I the same longitude as Minnesota
fice of the Advisers of Wo- but wheat ripens weeks earlier
men for a swimming teach- I than in the Red River valley.
er for the month of July at Mukden, capital of Manchuria, i
the Kings' Daughters camp, already a milling center, the Min-
situated 10 miles outside of neapolis of China.
Cadillac. Free transportation j{"China already uses considerable
I will be provided and the ; quantities of American wheat,
teacher will receive her board, mostly as flour, since she does not
room and $10 a week during yet grow enough to supply her own
July. Applicants should see needs. During the first three
I Miss Richards at the Advisers' months of 1929 the United States
office. Ijshipped to China 1,016,256 barrels
o o of wheat flour valued at 45,356,000.
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movie. Opposite, Joseph Schild- days, pardner."
krout, as her gambler, husband, R

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Reasonable

Paul Cuncannon and Professor J. modern designs, are used, in as'
K. Pollock, all of the University many muted or blended colors as
faculty, will be prominent among can be found in an old-fashionedi
the lecturers. Among the other I garden.
speakers will be: Professor Jesse An advantage of the blurred and
S. Reeves, member of the Perm- gentle effect in prints is that they
anent Court of Central American may be worn by the stoutest lady
Justice; Raymond Atkinson, Ohio with no ill results. Likewise, they
Institute, Columbus, Ohio; Dr. L. are just as kind to the too-slen-
P Upson and C. E. Rightor, both der figure.1
of the Detroit Bureau of Govern- The printed evening frock, how-
mental Research, and Senator ever, frowns upon sloppiness of fig-
Claude H. Stevens, city attorney of ure or carriage. Its thin chiffon
Highland Park, Mich. is cut to emphasize the .curves ofI
The seven states represented in the feminine silhouette and willI
the fourth region of the League of call attention to round shoulders
Women Voters are: Illinois, India- or any trace of the once popular
na, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, "debutante slouch."
Kentucky, and West Virginia. Skirts are shirred very full and
are of uneven hem-line. The long
Miss Anna Graninger of Wash- skirt is very good for those who
ington, D. C., is the fastest rapid need to increase their height or
calculator in the United States. She effect of slenderness.
won first prize for girls in recent The extra smart neckline is the I
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Sizes from 14 to 172
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FOR RENT-Very desirable home
for faculty member or rooms for1
graduate student. Dial 5602.
No. 3, 4, 5
COMPLETELY furnished apart-
ment-Also large double room for
women. Dial 8544 or 9714. 422 E.1
Washington. No. 2, 3, 4.

WANTED-Graduate student or
working woman to share small
apartment.. Mrs. H. R. Jones,
No. 14 Jefferson apt.
No. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
WANTED-Part or full time typing
or general office work. Box No. 1
No. 4
LOST Delta Gamma sorority pin
in Ferry Field or on campus.
Name and chapter letters on the
back. Reward. Call 21316 or
write Miss Eleanore Jones, 42
N. Sheridan Ave., Indianapolis,
Indiana.

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20% to50%
DISC OUNT
from regular prices
ON ALL

Summer Sale

SPECIAL LOT-

Correspondence Stationery
Including Michigan and Fraternity
Die Embossed papers. A large
assortment of the finest papers by
such well known manufacturers as
Eaton, Crane & Pike, Ward, Whit-
ting, Hampshire, etc. Many styles,
shapes and sizes, and all first-class
clean goods.
Novelties,Mottoes and Leather Coods

SUITS'
$48.00 to $67.50 Values
at

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$ 27 50,
Terms of Sale

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Writing Sets, Bridge
Line-A-Days, Travel 1
Tally Cards, Place
Pads, Gift Items, etc.

Sets,
Books,
Cards

Diaries,
Purses,
, Score

Strictly cash-No

charges-Alterations
cost.

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We need the space and can use the money. It
will be well to shop early as the quantity of some
items is small.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade
The Stationery and Typewriter Store
During this sale we will be open evenings until eight o'clock.

$10.00 will hold suit for 10 days.

State Street at Nickels Arcade

The Stare for Men Who Care

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