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NEW YORK, Aug. 8. --P)- The I today by the Federal Bureau of In-
rest of 33 enemy aliens, one a pho- vestigation.
engraver who possessed navigation Other contraband seized included
aps of Now York harbor and Long two telescopes owned by a 23-year-
land Sound waters, was announced i old German

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At The State . .. At The Michigan . . .
Comedy is the keynote of "Maisie Starred together for the first time
Gets Her Man," which opens today in "Crossroads", MGM story of in-
at the State co-starring Ann South- trigue and blackmail which opens at
ern and Red Skelton. the Michigan today, are Hedy La-
In the newest of the "Maisie" ser- marr and William Powell.
ies, Ann Southern, who plays the Cast as the wife of a French diplo-
part of the Brooklyn-born Maisie, is mat (William Powell) Miss Lamarr
the target for a knife-thrower's act. aids the combating of a plot to ruin
The fast-moving comedy revolves her husband's name. Playing oppo-
around an actor's hotel known as the site Miss Lamarr in his " first dra-
"Larceny" building, which houses matic role for several years is Wil-
everything from vaudeville hams to liam Powell. A veteran of mystery
cheap crooks. pictures and suspense thrillers, Wil-
The man Maisie is out to get is liam Powell has appeared in several
"Hap" Hixby, corny vaudeville come- "Thin Man" pictures. Miss Lamarr's
dian, played by Red Skelton. Red latest hit was "Tortilla Flat".
Skelton of "I dood it" fame and re- Key characters in the extortion
cent star of "Ship Ahoy" turns in plot were Michele Allaine, played by
moments of serious acting as well as Claire Trevor. and Henri Sarrou,
his customary comedy role. played by Basil Rathbone. Miss
Filling the lesser parts in the MGM Trevor is cast as a beautiful night
comedy are Allan Jenkins as "Pappy" club entertainer. Other members of
Goodring, the rental agent, Leo Gor- the strong supporting cast are Marg-
cey, Dead End Kid, as "Ceecil", Don- aret Wycherly, Sig Rumann, H. B.
aid Meek as Mr. Stickwell, and Rags Warner, Philip Merivale, and Vladi-
Ragland as "Ears" Cofflin. mir Sokoloff.

Fraudulent Bidding Bi e rae8 oKe ra
Bw Ice Breakers To Keep Great
Oi Nary (>nacts
(h , ( ake Oeill Yearh Navy Hopes

The Department of Speech presents
The Gay Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta
Staged in conjunction with the School of Music
and the University Symphony Orchestra.
Wednesday through 5aturday and Monday, Aug. 17th,
8:30 P.M.
Tickets $1.10 - 88c - 6Ec (including federal tax)
Box Office Phone 6300

Will Be*Given
Beethoven Performance
Is Set For Tuesday
For the benefit of those who were
unable to secure tickets for the first
performance in the Beethoven Sona-
ta Series, there will be a repeat pro-
gram given at 3:30 p. in,, Tuesday,
in the Assembly Hall of the Rackham
Under the sponsorship of the
School of Music, this series is being
presented by Mabel Ross Rhead, pi-
anist and member of the faculty, and
Gilbert Ross, violinist and guest
summer professor, and is open to
the general public without admission
charge or the necessity of obtaning
These concerts, which represent
the early-middle portion of the mas-
ter's career, are unique in that they
have never before been presented in
their entirety in Ann Arbor.
The complete repeat - program
planned for Tuesday includes three
sonatas: "Sonata in D major, Op. 12,
No. 1," composed in 1793 and dedi-
cated to F. A. Salieri, one-time tea-
cher of Mozart; "Sonata in G major,
Op. 96," composed froin 1810 to 1811
in honor of Archduke Rudolph; and
"Sonata in C minor, Op. 30, No. 2,"
composed in 1802 and dedicated to
Alexander I, Emperor of Russia.
Nazis Offer Reward
For Dutch S boteurs
LONDON, Aug. 8.-(iP)-German
military authorities in Holland tocf y
offered a reward of 100,000 guilders
(about $54,000) for information lead-
ing to the arrest of saboteurs who
wrecked a German military train
near Rotterdam last night, Aneta
News Agency reported today. The
authorities threatened to execute
Dutch hostages if the saboteurs are
not caught by midnight, Aug. 14.
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 2e
BEIGE fur coat, $25; brown jod-
phurs, $2, size 12. 502 E. Liberty,
Apt. 5, after 4:30.
THERE IS a reply in Box 8.

Radio Station
Pla Audition
Will Be Given
A half-hour radio play, "The Old
Oak of Witch's Hill," will be given
in a demonstration broadcast as part
of a program in practical radio spon-
sored by the department of speech at
4 p.m. tomorrow in Morris Hall.
One in a series of National Broad-
casting Company Mystery dramas.
the play will be auditioned here for
NBC, and a recording of it sent to
New York.
Following the demonstration broad-
cast, questions concerning practical
radio will be considered in an open
forum discussion.j
The program is under the super-
vision of Prof. David Owen of
the speech department and Mr. Don-
ald Hargis, visiting faculty member
in the department.
The play will be directed by David
Rich, Grad., and announced by Ra-
mon Gerson.
Another in the Original Drama
series will be radiocast at 3:15 p.m.
tomorrow over WJR. This program
which originates from Morris Hall,
was written by Katharine Searles
and will be directed by Robert Reif-
sneider. The action of the show,
"The Astute Mrs. Harper," evolves
about Mrs. Harper, the house mother
at a sorority on the edge of Mid-
western's college campus.
VOL. L1I No. 40-S
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letin are to be sent to the Office of the
Summer Session before 3:30 p.m. of the
day preceding its publication except on
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Hours-11 a.m. to 8 p.m
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments has received notice of the fol-
lowing State of Michigan Civil Serv-
ice Examinations. Closing date is
August 26, 1942.
Arts and Crafts Teacher Al, $145
to $165 per month.
Elementary General Teacher Al,
$145 to $165 per month.
Home Economics Teacher Al, $145
to $165 per month.
Kindergarten Sense Training
Teacher Al, $145 to $165 per month.
Music Teacher Al, $145 to $165
per month.
Physical Education Teacher Al,
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Institution Business Executive II,
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per month,
Further information may be had
from the notices which are on file in
the office of the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 201 Mason Hall, office hours
9-12 and 2-4.
Academic Notices
Carillon Programs: The bell cham-
ber of the Burton Memorial Tower

will be open to visitors interested in
observing the playing of the carillon
from 12 noon to 12:15 p.m. daily
from Monday, August 10, through
Friday, August 14, at which time
Professor Percival Price, University
Carillonneur, will present an infor-





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