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TSE 9MIMU MICfficxAN 1 AI Y

SATURDAY, LY 26r 1930

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DAILY OFF'ICIAL BULLETIN

Detroit Youth Makes
Bid for Championship IF
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Screen Reflections

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the. University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a.m.
Saturday.
VOL. X. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1930 NUMBER 23

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MOST
INTERESTIN"
At the Wuerth theatre:

however, Is completely lost becaus
of the fact that S. S. Van Dine'
William excellent story is almost entire]

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To All Concerned:. The demand for parking space adjacent to the!
north door of University Hall is so great and so much space has been
currently wasted by lack of order in parking of cars, that instructions
have been issued to the officer in charge to remove, without further #
notice, the parking tags from any car the driver of which parks in loca-
tion contrary to that designated by the officer on duty; and, also, from
all cars hereafter parked with obvious disregard of economy of space.,
Also, from any car parked in the driveway as distinct from the parkingj
space proper. This order will inconvenience no one who is willing to co-
operate for the general good.
University Committee on Parking.
Former Students of Western State Teachers College. The dinner in
honor of President Waldo which was postponed last week will be held
on Wednesday evening, July 30th, at 6:30 in the Michigan League Build-
ing. All former students are urged to secure tickets at 4018 University
High School.
Observatory Nights: Tickets for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory,
August 4, 5, 6, may be obtained in the office of the Summer Session from1
9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. m., Monday, July 28. These tickets are intend-
ed for students of the Summer Session who will present their Treasurer's
receipts when applying for them. Students desiring to avail themselves,
of this opportunity to visit the Observatory should apply for tickets at!
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Powell in "The Benson Murder
Case" with William Boyd and Eu-
gene Pallette. Closes Monday. Also
Movietone News; George Lyons, the
( singing harpist; ". . . And Wife,",
"Lost and Foundered," comedies;
and Aesop's Fable.,
The current program at the
Wuerth presents an unusual num-
ber of short subjects. The news.
reel contains a number of interest-
ing speeches, one of which was by
Michigan's Eddie Tolan. George
Lyons does some of the trickiest
harping that this jazz-mad depart-
ment has heard in a long, long
time. The cartoon is below stan-
dard. "Lost and Foundered," from
the Witwer story, is passable;
". ..And Wife" is not.
William Powell, as that enter-
tainin' sleuth, Philo Vance, drops,
his "g's" and spreads his nonchal-!
ante better than ever before. He is'

re-written for the cinema version.
The crime detection story has
been done so often that it takes a
well c6nstructed plot and a fairly
genuine climax to be convincing;
the director should have recognized
the fact. As it is developed, the
body of this story is distinctly mus-
sy, and the climax hangs "by a
thread," a thread which, in our
opinion, is pretty thin stuff. The
total effect is a picture that must
be classified as rather dull. Murder
will out, you know.
Add to a flimsy story and an
equally flimsy climax (for which,
as we have remarked, Mr. Van Dine
is not responsible) the mediocre
direction and some very bad re-
cording, and even the pleasing
work of William Powell cannot
bring the piece above D. P. M.
Ninety-year-old W. C. Lyman of
Ottawa, Kan., recently drove his
car on a 147-mile trip and says it
is only the start of more extensive

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near campus. Telephone 21655.

Evan Harris,

Who is shown passing hour 172 most amazin'ly aided by Eugenei
amid the leafy boughs of his perch Pallette as the flat-footed Seageantt

once for supply is limited. Edward H. Kraus. in an attempt to gain the tree-sit- Heath, and William Boyd - the
ting championship, is 13 years old. other William Boyd-in an import-
ant role.
Readings from Browning: The program of informal readings for Many Feared Drowned The rather good work of the cast,
Tuesday evening, July 29,,at 7 o'clock in Room 302, Mason Hall, will con-a
sist of lyrics and short poems from Robert Browning. All interested are Fda""
invited to attend these weekly readings. R. D. T. Hollister. (By Associah'd Pess)
Pi Lambda Theta will hold initiation at the League Tuesday, July 29, LONDON, July 25.-Advices from i A
in the Michigan League Chapel, after which new members will be wel- Karachi today caused a fear that and at
comed in the Alumnae Room. Esther L. Belcher. lives have been lost in the floods -_Reasonable Prices=
which have swept the vicinity of the
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: No course Indian city the last two days.
may be dropped after Saturday, July 26. The official blank for use in An entire village was washed in-
dropping courses may be obtained in the Registrar's Office, Room 4'to the sea near Karachi and hun-;-DINING
University Hall. All courses dropped after this week will be recorded with -
the grade of E. D. L. RICH, Recorder. dreds of houses were reported to1ROOM
have collapsed at various points.
Women's Education Club: "The White House Conference on Child Efforts to relieve the suffering of = Clean, cool and with j
Health and Protection" will be discussed by Professor Cleo Murtland at Inhabitants in the rural districts' = excellent service.
*e Women's Education Club. The meeting will be held Monday eve- hpof
ning at 7:15 at the Michigan League Building. All women interested inhIarc O nly one block north from 2
education are invited to attend. Bernice Backus. train service, as many stretches of Hill Auditorium.
track were washed out or submerg-
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LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

THE SPOTLIGHT

And have we had results from
last week's column! Why that,
"Two can live as cheap as one"
idea is better than all the marriage
bureaus put together.
In fact we only had one discour-
aging letter. It ran something like
this-"Two can live as cheap as
one, if one stays outside."
Rolls should talk about the lea-
gue rooms being used for some-
thing useful. Why everybody1
knows that the only thing the
Union ever turns its rooms over to
is a mess of stag banquets or alum-
ni reunions, which aren't exactly
uplifting and certainly not orna-
mental.
Do you know that the more,
think of this raise in tuition next
year, the funnier it gets.. In fact
I am seriously considering devot-
ing the rest of my life to finding
out just what the Health Service
has spent that extra money on,
because yesterday I went over there
and they still had the same white
pills and green liquid medicine. At

least they might change the color.
Another illusion shot! Here we
have grown to accept the tradi-
tional 'Michigan Man' without
question. We are thoroughly con-
vinced that there were no gentle-
men on the campus, just "a well
meaning bunch of college boys."
Furthermore that the word chival-
ry had gone out of vogue with the
unwelcome invasion of the co-ed.
And now you Lawyers and Engin-.
eers have to go and get our ideas
all upset again. J. C. X.

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