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October 31, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Fair in south, cooler in cen- tral and north Tuesday; Wed- nesday unsettled, but fair. C, r LitF Iatj Editorials "The March of Time," Prime Minister Bennett Looks At In- flation. woommummowwwo VOL. XLIV No. 32 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1933 PRICE FT I I N 3 Sophomore Schools Will Nam f f e icers Medical, Engineering And Literary Colleges Are To Elect Leaders Council Plans Vote For '36 Lawyers Bursley De...…

October 31, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 32) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Data Completed For Conference On,.Recognition Roos velt Will Take Part O * In Discussions Of M r Questions Details Left To Aides ' State Department Finishes Preparation For Renewal Of Diplomatic Relations WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.-(IP)-- Virtual completion of a formula for President Franklin D. Roosevelt's recognition discussions with Maxim Litvinov of Russia was revealed to- day by Washington authorities. Although state departm...…

October 31, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PLAY & BY- PLAY Michigan Begins Preparation For Illinois Contest, ... Returns To Lineup '-By AL NEWMAN-t The Game ... The Victors... NOW THE CHICAGO SPORTS WRITERS have shifted definitely from Purdue at last and are singing the praises of the Wolverines in no uncertain terms. And even at that, they didn't see Michigan at the peak. There was something of a let down after the O. S. U. game last week, and it could easily ...…

October 31, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 32) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY I MICHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 -:. .j lh Y G a . . WI 'Published every morning "except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion a- the Big Ten News Service. ssociatcd folhate rsa 1933. NIA coprAe 1934 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESSl The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the useg for republic...…

October 31, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 32) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS SOCI ETY Student Says War Is Expected, A roused By Students In Chin( 1 .. - J Responsibilty Of Sororities Is Emphasized Kappa Delta Receives Set Of Five Volumes, Award For Scholastic Record Five volumes of Edna St. Vincent Millay's poetry, the award for the highest scholastic record of the year, was presented to Kappa Delta by Dean Alice Lloyd at the Panhellenic Banquet last night. The presentation was made to ...…

October 31, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 32) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, C -Associated Press Photo Maxim Litvinov, 'commissar for foreign affairs of the Soviet gov- ernment, who has left for Washington to confer with President Roose- velt regarding possible recognition of the Soviet republics, is shown with his wife as they appeared at the recent World Economic Conference. The work of superintendents, su- pervisors, and schools will improve if parents preach the gospel of a united scho...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

… U nsel day; pi Cloudy Weather and warmer Sun- ply local showers. day and rain. LL Sirtian ~Iatt Freshman Gym Is Not Pop- ular. . . Oratorical Lectures To Begin Auspiciously .. . Editorial I I 1 VOL. XLIV No. 31 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1933 PRICE FIVE CENTS Codification of Retailers Is Finished Series Of Interpretations Issued So Stores May Understand Code Mine Owners Must Account For Action Ford Situation Qui...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1I V (iT'IPTC T A T RTT TT1T IG7 XL).. 'XJUJ' .l d ..[ l.ahf-'.4 I i LJkki.i2a1 . III Pu~bicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of 'the' University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President Until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. S'i I i VOL. XLIV SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1933 No. 311 Notices s~enAte Reception: The members of the faculties and their wives are cor- dially invited to b...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Minnesota Beats Iowa; Ohio State Whips Wildeats Purdue Beats Wisconsin By Two Touchdowns In Third Big Ten Game Gopher Soph Stars Crayne's 50 Yard Run Is Responsible For 0nl y Hawkeye Score STATISTICS U. of M. Yards gained from scrimmage ... .176 Forward passes attempted .. ... 12 Forward passes completed..... 6 Incompleted forward passes .........6 Intercepted forward passes .........3 Yards gained on passes ........160 A...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 4

… CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Place advertisements with Classified Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214. The classified columns close at five o'clock previous to day of insertion. Box numbers may be secured at no extra charge. Cash in advance-Ilc per reading line (on basis of five average words to line) for one or two insertions. 10c per reading line for three or more insertions. Minimum 3 lines per insertion. Telephone rate-1...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SOC IETY Ruthven To Be Natcetsy arbour Ruiens To Begin Play-Reading Section O1 Monthly Teas Nov.1 F. W. C. To Hold Meeting Main .Speaker T_ eive For The Play-Reading section of the Beginning the series of monthly Faculty Women's Club meets for the A i tq e rs. Ear eart student teas, President Alexander G. first time this year on Tuesday, Oct. AqRuthven and Mrs. Ruthven will en- 31, at 2:30 p. m. in the League. tertain at t...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Faculty Men Develop New Stream- Lini uel For Train Costs 3.2 Cents Per Mile; Makes 90 Miles Per Hour Probably no other announcement as excited more interest among hose who are interested in the field f rapid transportation than that of he Union Pacific Railroad concern- ig their new duralumin train, the lagazine Fortune stated in a recent rticle. This announcement is of special iterest to the University for the new rain was...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 7

… IT 4 .ES N LTHY ERI DENSMORE SHUTE-Britons gasped and gaped when he won the 1933 British Open over St. Andrews' decep- tive fairways and angry bunkers. Golf prophets say Shute will line up with Golf Immortals. Answering a question, Shute recently said: "I have tried all the brands, and long ago found that Camels are milder, and what is even more important to any golfer, they do not jangle the nerves." TOMMY ARMOUR-Often called "Wizard ...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 8

…IV COLLEGIATE DIGEST BOOKS OF THE WEEK A Gentleman Farmer . . . The autobiography is, perhaps, his - °n finest achievement and it is exactly, ". It Was The Nightingale. By Ford the type of book with which every Madox Ford. J. B. Lippincott Co. student of the arts should become $3.00. acquainted. It possesses a great The novels and essays of Ford psychological merit and particu- Madox Ford have always been in- larly in this instance, goes far...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 9

…TF- -- .... T -w r - - - - - _____ - ys N V COLLEGIATE DIGEST STEPPING AROUND left end for a five-yard gain, substitute halfback Jacobs of Lafayette proved himself an effective ball carrier during the Leopard's tussle with New York University at the Yankee stadium. The Pennsylvanians missed a chance for a tie on a poor placement in the final quarter and went down to a 13-12 defeat. International News Photo HONORING Dr. John H. Finley...…

October 29, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 31) • Page Image 10

… FIFTEEN YARDS were covere lege during the game played wit tory over the Kentuckians, who i shown are (left to right) Bartlet BEST SOLDIER at Rutgers University, Cadet Colonel Philip H. Spitzhoff was awarded the Daughters of ' the American Revolution medal by Mrs. Frank B. Whitlock at the 42nd annual field day of the Rutgers R. O. T. C. unit, which was given excellent rating by the War Department. fgp COLLEGIATE DIGEST d by Tommy Blake aft...…

October 28, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

… it ga DattU_ Editorials French Decision And World Peace; Some Economic Aspect Of Russian Recognition.' VOL. XLIV No. 30 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1933 r______________________ .. . . PRICE FIVE CENT Issue Aniual Fiscal Report Of University Wolverines Ruled Favorites In Chicago Contest Today Statement Income. Shoaws Drop In And Expenses, Grid Graph To Show Gam Will Ask Identification Of All Voters; Bursley To Ex...…

October 28, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…U S. Gold :Purch'ases PHut B4 Mines In S potlight r , Associated Press Photo The government's policy of buying gold at a fixed price has focused attention again on the nation's more famnous gold mines. This is a general view of the noted Homestake mine at Lead4, S. D., wvhich pro- duces about $6,00 090 in gold ann~ualy. Since 1876 this, mine has produced more than $200,000,900 in gold. v1 Blackbirds R efuse Complete Annual Statement Of To Be E...…

October 28, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…3 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Minnesota-Iowa, Ohio-Northwestern Games Feature Big Ten Si T oday's Games May Determine Big TenHopes Upset Of Iowa Would Be Michigan Hope In Race For Championship Coach Ossie Solem's Hawkeyes will be on the spot this afternoon when tle Hawkeyes buck up against a young and tough Gopher eleven at Minneapolis in the feature game in the Big Ten. With two victories to their credit in the conference, the Hawkeyes will be a...…

October 28, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Y CHIGAN DAILY Established_1890 '- ,1_. "'>.- estern European nations have been extending credit to Russia and have found that she meets her obligations. Critics say, however, that Russia cannot meet her obligations in original cash and that she has no goods which can be of any use to us. Russia, however, does have articles which wecan use. Outstanding among them is platinum. Lastly Russia will buy more from the United S...…

October 28, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SOCI ETY w , Large Number Of Fraternity Men To Witne ss Chicago Game Women's Director Attending the Michigan-Chicago football game in Chicago today will be almost half of the sorority women on campus, a survey of houses shows. The majority of the feminine rooters left Ann Arbor yesterday. ALPHA PHI Those leaving the Alpha Phi house Friday to spend the week-end in Chicago are: Alison Tenant, '36; Margaret Cowie, '36; Er...…

October 28, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Byrd Sails Aboard His Flagship 'Jacob Ruppert', For Bottom Of World -AssociatedPress Photo The steamship Jacob Ruppert, flagship of Rear Admiral Rich- Admiral Byrd (left) talks over last minute details with Com- ard E. Byrd's Antarctic expedition is shown leaving the pier in the modore H. F. Gjertsen, second in command, just before the Jacob James River, Newport News, Va., for the long trip to Little America. Ruppert sail...…

October 27, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Mostly cloudy, possibly local rain or snow; somewhat colder; Saturday generally fair. Sir it'gan VOL. XLIV No. 29 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1933 I I Series Begins With Address. Gargoyle Gardenia Awarded To Sally Pierce For 'Eliza' O Astronomy Curtis Points Out Newest Developments In Science Made In Recent Years Classifies Infinity As Very Important Lecturer Deser i b e s Our Sun, Stars As Average Among Ot...…

October 27, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…U a Mexican Students On I Strike Saved By Police GUADALAJARA, Mexico, Oct. 26. -(P)-Without violence, striking'stu- dents barricaded in the university buildings were escorted out early to- day by Federal troops. The students, on strike demanding the resignation of the rector, Diaz De Leon, had ad- nounced they would "rather die" than leave. Bouchard Talks To Engineers On Chinese Life Tells Members Of A.S.C.E. About Every-Day Life Of Middle-C...…

October 27, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PLAY & BY- PLAY -By AL NEWMAN- Zupke Again Smilesr Michigan Sub Situation THE main controversy over the game in the Chicago Stadium to- morrow seems to be not who will win but rather whether Kipke will use the twelfth or thirteenth team against the Maroons. That's a bad attitude to take going into a game and you can bet your life that all this confidence being indulged in by the demon scribes of the sports sheets is a luxur...…

October 27, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY E MICHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 - ) 4. deals with the conflict between a brilliant young actress and a brilliant old one. Mrs. MacDonald (astute theatre-goers detect just a hint of a resemblance to Mrs. Pat Camp- bell), representing the splendid past of the thea- tre, attends a party following the opening night of the latest idol, Miranda Clayfoot }(Why don't you read the New York papers?). Complications ensue. Miranda ...…

October 27, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 29) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CAMPUS New Style Gloves SOCI ETY Foriner St Are Mart Appointments For Sophomore Cabaret Made Entertainment Tryouts In Sophomore Activity To Be Held Tuesday The appointments of the chairmen to the committees for the Sophomore Cabaret were announced yesterday by Margaret Hiscock, general chairman. The women chosen by the elections last Friday are Dorothy Schwarze, assistant chairman, Julie Kane, chairman of entertainme...…

October 27, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 29) • Page Image 6

… Alumnus At New Post Says Marius Lodeesen-Grevinck, '30E, ensign in the United States Naval Reserve, has moved to Miami, Fla., to receive a flying position with Pan- American Airways. Ensign Lodeesen, a native of the Netherlands, was the only naturalized American citizen to receive an appointment for the Navy Flight School at Pensacola, Fla. After completing the training course he served one year with the fleet's aircraft squadrons at San Di...…

October 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…e Weather ed with rising temi- probably showers to- iday unsettled. Ll r e itV ai Editorials Tragedy At The First Methodist .. I I1 VOL. XLIV No. 28 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1933 PRICE FIl James Cannon SaysReturnOf Saloon Is Near Campaign For Education Of Public Must Begin At Time Of Repeal, He Says Addresses 400 In Methodist Church Charges Prohibition Failed Because Mellon Would Not Enforce Law Uncle Tom's Cabin' ...…

October 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILYT DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President Until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Sigma Rho Tau Chooses Debate Topic For Year VOL XLIV THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1933 No. 28 Notces rocedure in Case of Articles Stolen o issing: Notice should be given at the Business Office, Room 3 Uni- versity Hall, wit...…

October 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PLAY & BY-PLAY I-By AL NEWMAN-1i Mike And The Grid-Giraffe-.-.-. * * * LETTERS OF A GANGSTER in college to his lady-friend in the Big, Wicked City: Dear Mabel, Last Saturday I go to the football game and watch the Michigans put the bite on the Ohio States which are call the Buckeyes. It is a good foot- ball game and I enjoy it but now there is some kind of argument about how many people are there. People do not argue now ...…

October 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY CHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 Screen Reflections Four stars means extraordinary; three stars definitely recommended; two stars, average; one star, inferior; no stars, stay away from it. The Theatre AT THE LYDIA MENDELSSOHN: " ~' '* r II r:, ; hed every morning except Monday during the ty year and Summer Session by the Board in of Student Publications. r of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- the Big Ten News Se...…

October 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 28) • Page Image 5

….. ., x . a. ::: ,.. . _ ,.e. . w ,., ,.., . .. _.. _ CAMPUS Honor Guests For. Banquet, Are Anniounced Hold Panhellenic Banqiet Monday; Will Simplify Decorations Mary O'Brien, '35, chairman of invitations for the Panhellenic Ban- quet to be held Oct. 30 in the League, yesterday announced the names of those who will be guests of honor at the dinner. Society Turns Out For Fashionable Racing Meet President and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, De...…

October 26, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 28) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY llen Talks On C.C.C. Program; Praises Work Tress And Public Admit Gain In Health, Morale Of Workers, He Says Hope that the Civilian Conserva- ion Corps in some form may be nade a permanent institution in our .ational life was expressed in a radio alk last night by Prof. Shirley W. llen of the forestry school. Speaking on the achievements of tie corps, Professor Allen declared hat its work during the past sum- ner has put Mi...…

October 25, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…The Weather Generally fair Wednesday; Thursday increasing cloudiness and slightly warmer. Y fr igan tt Editorials Roosevelt Opposed From Left, Not Right. . VOL. XLIV No. 27 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1933 PRICE B I I I 0 PRICE RFC Will Buy First Bullion Dorothy Sands' Impersonations Are Well Received In Detroit I ! OrderToday Jones, Morgenthau Are To Assist In Fixing Amount And Price Purchases Will Be Made By Tr...…

October 25, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan." Refreshmentsaare to be served. A cordial invitation is ex- tended to everyone interested. Alpha Epsilon Mu: All members taking part in the Fall Serenade are requested to meet at Morris Hall at 10:00 o'clock this evening. For infor- mation call 8592. Varsity Glee Club: Very important special rehearsal at 7:15 p. m. at the Union for the Adrian concert. Music will be assigned and dues will be collected. University G...…

October 25, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…A933 THE MICHIGAN' DAILY PLAY & BY-0PLAY KipkemenWork On Defense For Saturday's Game '-By AL NEWMAN-1 Empire Falls - Consensus . THE ROMAN EMPIRE has long since fallen. Once the barbarians pushed right through to the capital and Byzantium became the Oriental center for a Western civilization, that civilization was dead. Yes, but what has that got to do with football? Another empire has fallen, and the capital of Rockne system football will ...…

October 25, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r'vvav - - 1', THE MICHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 The Theatre MODERNIZING UNCLE TOM 4 11 11 Lp.G1 M. iN N' f N '' p nfo Published every morning except Monday during the University year and Summer Session by the Board in Control of Student Publications. Member of the Western Conference Editorial Associa- tion a-d the Big Ten News Service. xzzodatuI 1oUlate '# re~z 1933 A1 'wCOVERAGE1934 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS...…

October 25, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 27) • Page Image 5

…1933 THE MICHI GAN DAILY AMMON- '"Now CAMIPIUj SO CiETY I I B,,Cm is OcetaT Outdoor Club To Hold Initial Party Saturday Halloween Entertainment To Be At Sylvan Estates; To Conduct Elections The Outdoor Club will open its activities for the year with a Hallo- ween party Saturday at the Sylvan Estates Country Club. Trucks will leave the League at 1:15 p.m. and students planning to attend must give their names to Miss Ethel McCormick, socia...…

October 25, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 27) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY YESTERDAY WASHINGTON - In order to en- able state banks to join the Federal deposit insurance system, millions of dollars in new capital were made available. BERLIN- According to figures of the German foreign office, over 7,000 Austrians have taken refuge in Chancellor Hitler's third Reich. EVREUX, France - Twenty-one passengers were killed when spread- ing rails gave way and caused a Cherbourg to Paris express train to plu...…

October 24, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…retaner slightly warmer; ly, probably rain i, colder in west. LY Sfr ian ~Iaiti Edit( Riso-Ame: Haze Clear] orals eric=n lug , 'IV No. 26 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1933 P PRICE FIV I I' iony To Graf Zeppelin To Leave Miami For Chicago Soon Open Choral Union Season Orchestra To Play st Concert Of Year 1 Auditorium Mflk Dumped As Mid-West StrikeOpens Plans For Picketing Of Sioux City Market Are Announced By Farm...…

October 24, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ICY AT1TT T T LT I i in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President 11:30 a. m. Saturday. 1. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1933 No. 261 Notices e Members of the University There will be a special meet- the University Council on y, October 26, at 4:15 p. m. 1009 Angell Hall. Louis A. Hopkins. Ford Exposition of Progress: The students and faculty memb...…

October 24, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Heston To Play Next Saturday DespiteInjury Sore Rib Not Enough To Keep Him Out; Petoskey Also Nurses Bruises Contrary to previous statements, Jack Heston, Wolverine halfback, will start against Chicago Saturday. Hes- ton suffered a bruise in'the ribs dur- ing the Ohio game but was out in uniform yesterday and Coach Harry Kipke himself is authority for the statement that the back who per- farmed so brilliantly against the B...…

October 24, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…THE -LMICHIGAN-DAILY MICHIGAN DAILY Establshed 1890 The concert, to be held in Hill Auditorium this evening, will begin at 8:15. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ' ORGAN RECITAL Discant on the Chorale "Nun freut euch lieben .............................Ducis Prelude ........................Clerambault Toccata per l'Elevazione..........Frescobaldi Fantasia and Fugue in C-minor........ Bach Sonata Eroica....................Jongen Prelude on an Ancient Flem...…

October 24, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 26) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIAN DAILY CAMPUS SOCIETY ,, , .. _ }r ^ Head Of J. G. P. Announces New A #.. Apointments Scripts To Be Submitted At League No Later Than Wednesday . Additional committee appointments for J. G. P. were recently announced by Barbara Sutherland, central chairman. To assist Virginia Cluff. property chairman, will be Mary Spencer, Harriet Spiess, Mary Edna Travis, Bernice Wetherald, Jane Bas- set, and Doris Gimmy. The publicity commi...…

October 24, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 26) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY al Grape Growers And Wineries Await The Day .stitute r. 2, 3,4 Psychiatrist To t Of Speakers e-Day Meeting d E. Williams, inter- n psychiatrist of New s the list of speakers Annual Michigan Pa- Institute in Ann Ar- held Nov. 2, 3, and 4 ces of the Extension Le Michigan Parent- r speakers of national repu- have been obtained for the id-a-half-day session, includ- s. B. F. Langworthy, of Win- Ill., first vice-president of...…

October 22, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

… The Weather Much colder today; fresh to strong shifting winds. LL G it6ig I VOL. XLIV No. 25 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1933 .... r - AL aViv.it ,i i T A2 Reno Asks Labor Aid For Strike To Confer With President Of Railway Trainmen On Farm Revolt Support Roosevelt Says He Will Give Statement Farm Leader Seeks Help From Business Man And Laborer Alike Band Director Explains Alma Mater Omission A crowded between-halves p...…

October 22, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SV 1 DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received at the office of the'Assistant to the President Until 3:30; 11:30 a. in. Saturday. XLIV SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1933 No. 251 Notices Senate Reception: The members of the faculties and their wives are cor- dially invited to be present at a re- ception by the President and the Sen- ate of the Unive...…

October 22, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…22, 1933 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Radio Address To Be Made By Wood Tonight Is First Talk In Series On Reforms On Education At Grade School Level Daily WJRProgram Allen, Wight, McCaffree, And Griffin Will Be On The Air During Week Crowds Storm Nazi Rally In Newark, NJ Nine Famous Actresses To Be Impersonated By Dorothy Sands open ---. "The Child and the Curriculum" is the title of a talk to be given on the radio parent hour at 6 p. m. today by ...…

October 22, 1933 (vol. 44, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBE IR 22, 1933 MICHIGAN DAILY Established 1890 I tration to be understood, and more thoroughly enjoyed. Known as the Tragic Symphony, the work builds up from the beginning movement to the last, starting out with a sorrowful, brooding na- ture, continuing in the second, in a mood of mas- culine serenity. The third is not the merry scherzo that ordinarily brightens up a symphony at this point, but is, rather, o...…

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