lNo Man's Land has been so torn
shell-fire, by trenches, and by dug-.
is that there can be practically no
ming there for the next two gen-
ations," said Prof. W. H. Hobbs of
e geology department in an inter-
:w yesterday. "In those sections
ere the sod and trees have been
rooted and 'the earth left bare, the
a.vy rains have washed the soil
ay into the neighboring -streams
A rivers, and it will be next to im-
ssible to produce any successful
ops fojr some time.
"For decades this scar will stretch
rosy the face of Europe to mark
e invasion of the Hun," continued
ofessor' 1lobbs. "They will in a way
emble the marches which the bar-
rian peoples made as a protection!
'atronjze our advertisers:.--~Adv.
IT. A. C. TOQ HAVE SCHIOLAkSTIC
B A K T T VVir ' T O I a s t L a n s i n g , J a n . 2 3 . - E n t r a n c e
blanks for the first annual M. A. C.
interscholastic baskectball tournamentl
are now being sent out by Coach
CGeorge E Gauthier, The meet will
be held M-arch 7" and 8, in the new
college gymanasiumi, which has one of
the finest basketball floors in the
country. ,1Pries will be awarded :for
individual and team play.
First Gold Star Goes to Detroit
Leonard' B., Hollywood wvas killed
in actionz Nov. 3, 1918. PresIient Na-
vini of thle Detroit Tigers bought Hol-.
lyw ood fromt the San Francisco team
in the fall of 1917, but Uncle Sam got
in ahead on the contract signing. The
Western star did fine work with the
P'acific Coast league and Jennings,
counted on him to strengthen the Ti-
gers' infield this year;
FORM:1ER MI1CHIGAN FOOTBALL
PLAYER DIED IN SERVICE
!Otto Carpell, '12, a member of the
1911 and 1912 Varsity football teams,
died recently at West Point, Miss.,
wnhere he was undergoing training as
an aviator. Carpel won famne while
a t Michigan by his stellar work in
the backfield, his good playing aid-
ing greatly in :7any a Michigan vic-
At the outbreak of the war Carpell
immediately offered his services to
his country, He was turned down
on three different occasions, under-
going three operations before he fin-
ally was declared physically fit., lie
was commissioned shortly before his
Iowa Strengthiened by Return of Star[
The return of Lieut. Richard Young
to the Iowa track team strengthens1
it greatly, Young was a member ofco
the teen that won the Iowa state
cI'ampionship In 1918.,
The Daily at your door everynorn-
ing, $2.50 until June.-Adv.
State St. P. 0, Does Big Business
Sta~mp sales at the State street
branch of the local postoffice amount-
ed to $60,810.99 during the year end-
ing Dec. 1, 1918. The number of let-
ters and parcel post packages totaled
132,262, while 34,624 letters were reg-
istered, packages insured, and money
orders cashed and issued.
The basketball team -will ni
a manager next year. This
an excellent. opportunity
juniors and sophomores.
men desiring to try out c
Harry Heffner, '20, phone 18.
you wrill :'iways find satlactian
aa '?ricsing int, e aily.--Adv.
Tuesday, Jan. 28th
Adellne Amusement Co. presents
Frederick V. Bowers
LAST UIME S TODAY~
You will save from $5-00 to $10-00 on
a Suit or Overcoat if you
buy at Lutz's
Every. garment reduced and guaran-
teed to give satisf acion
The Plow Boy Who3 Would Be A Poet
A musical comedy iu 3 acts
with an accompaniinpnt
of beautiful girls
Prices: 50e to $1.50
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--All Shows Sunday
LAST TIMES TODAY I
Lutz Clothing Store
2 17 S . Main St.
""LTTLE MIS)S HOOVER"IPI
SHE MER FD!
A , HAROLD BELL WP16HTS ;
I MARGUERITE CLARK
_LIT'TLE MIS HOOVERX
A RC A E
Shows at 3:00; 7:00; 8:30
Theatre, 296-M Mgr's Res., 2316-M
Sat--2 j- Gladys I eslie in "The Be-
loved Imposter," and Big-V Comnedy,
"Bears and Bad Mi~ei."
Stun-illon -26-27 - -one More, in "Go
' \West, Y0t111 Mn,"and "Smniling
Bill" Parsons in "(;ill's Opportunity."
T1u-.---Louise I ffin 1 'Othcer
D ea, dharrner,"Star (iComed, "Sa
the flirt," andl Gamont News'
_ SELECT FEATURE PICTURES -
r 2:00, 3:30, 7:00, . :30, 10:00# "
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY-
SSat-25-Gaby Deslys in "Infatuation."
-" Also News and Comnedy.
w Sun-Mon---26-27-WXilliam Russell in
"Hobbs in a Burry." Six parts.-
Weekly and Comedy.
Tues-Wed--Margarita Fisher in "fair
,. Enough." Also Comedy.
Thur-Fri--30-3x-PBessie Barriscale in
S"Th e White Lie." Also Comedy.
-~ of this store's Successful merchandising dur-
ing past years may be expressed in one word
Mat.-Adults, 35c Children, 25c
Night-25c, 35c, 50c
ul w s il
LOST- Light shell-rimmed glasses,
between Hill and Church Sts. and
E~conomics Building. Call 747-R.
LOST-A loose-leaf -ziotebook. Find .
retrn to H3. P. Lindsay. Daily of-
Leave Copy ..RH E
S2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 5:30, 10:00
LOTBOOKINGS FOR JAICUARY ,,
LOST-Will the gentleman who call- Sat-25-Priscilla ]dean in "She Hired-
:. a Husband." Also. News an Con-.
ed phone 1741-J in regard to .:lost - ey
Con21k~l pen please call up again. - Sun 26-Dorothy Dalton in I (Green
!;yes." Also Eddie Polo in "The .
AN D Lure of the Cirsus," 2nd E'pisodie.
-- = __ __ ______________- Mon -27-1,nid 1Bennett in "Kiey of
a the Righteous." Also Eddie P'olo :n
WATD-Farmn in exchange for Ann r"he Lure of the Circus," 2nd Epni-
soe he eiec.Ades . -'ns-- -Ca.Ryi ANn
Add es aE .e fVDa y.=- ' 'Izclu _°8C h . a ink Town." Als1; :th Epiiode of
- ___________ ____________ \VailPinlDuncan in "A.,Fj 14 for
WAN'T,)- single room or suite
with two v,, gl}weds, south of cam-
pus.,P vtefamily des ired. Box G~REIKMatinees
GAR.C Wednesday and
FOR REA'T' STUART WALKER Presents
F9~ RENT- Frontsteam -heted 1SEVENTEEN" with Grego'ry Kelly
rooms on State St. E. E.X Calkins,. AND THE~ ORIGINAL COMPANY
We are here to please and guarantee com-
A visit to our, store will
our superior goods and service.
history note boolk at
onday noon. Finder
1black leather purse
5 i bills. Also change
112 E. Liberty street