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April 20, 1923 - Image 2

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EXT SIM j'of America, will be a dt~ressed by Proj. -..
LUlartmnent, upon "Our Natoinal Parks" --
nu~r~nuI~n iinrruon Tuesday. 'HTE
HO U liT The h'iolo -cal sectios of the ___
science and Mathematics association An.ro iiesaepriual
ofAnSouth-WestiMichiganawillahtarulroly
o So t wetlih g n il ho rPrf nversity extension lc:tures for the lPusse'.l W atson of the forestry depart- fortunate this week in that they will ,
xt week number five, while one tai; . uent on April 27. The last lecture, i ave the opportunity of hearing Wal-;
a mmbe o th Uivesiy fc-scheduled is the fourth of a series of ter Hiamnpden, by, many. acclaimned, as
eigh to e dliveed b Prf. M C.the gr'eatest living Shakesperian actor.
yT in connection with the Public Weir, of the rhetoric department, be- In his presentation of the difficult!
aith Education programs is sched" fore the Lansing Women's club. It role oaf "OCthello" Hampden has gain-
d. Today George S. Lasher, of th~ will be a 'cello lecture-rrecital.ah and will edl wide spread recognition. Reports j
dprmnwlbeoealso be given April 27. rJh Sand-frmte asincteht Hamp-
etoric clubten, il speak weoe ;allfouteEsincaeht director of the division of fly- lnsOhel sntig hr fsn
Vomne~n's cu fRedford upo iidnsOhlosntigsorofo-
WomereyMaig'siin. geean.d Public Ilialth in, the tini- ational and that he will soon have
ivn rMl Waing aLp versity will talk onl April 28 before
Prof T.F. Rnki, ofthezhetric,, achieved as enviable a; reputation in~
T. E.Ranki, of the rhtrc h omieo Mlcndaly club up on "The( this as hie did in: Hamlet. Supported
partment, will deliver the last of 1:heal.thy Mi1ndl" under the auspices of by an able cast, Hampden's presenta-
ries of three talks before the Alba teP liH ealeucation pr'ogram to fOhloFia ih hudb
ilumiba club of White Pigeon Mlon- being conducted throughout the state. ain oexcelltporance.gtudayo
Y. Hlis topic will be: "W as aGoecellet perormane. Saurday
n the Literary World Today?" The , afternoon the great actor will appear11
taniazoo Court, Catholic Daughters O ffices L erna ndtin "The Ring, of Truth" and, Saturday
* evening in "A New Way to 'Pay Oldi
iies' Licnses 'Debts". In these latter plays Hamp-
r den upholds the work of the great ac-;I
Tf~U flDCtors'who in the past have made these
I W E N.Autiom& oiles all over Ann Arbor productions famous.
were sto q=e(;l yesterday, by police of- I
ants CorI ficials nid (rivers were asked to show: CHIMES CONTEST 1
____their l icense:,. In case where the r CLOSE T D Y
Pam a d m r driving licenses could not be show, ______
P ams and re Ithe car licenses were taken and d 'iv-- AManuscripts for the short story con- f
to Rent ers requecsted to see the Ch.ief of Po-'~tost being conducted by Chimes is.!
lice. Police are doing this in an of- be in the hands of the editors tonight. 'I.
fort to mnake car drivers carry their They may be delivered to the Chimes',Ii
FLOWERS BY IRE licenses with them and to be suro Io'.ice on the third floor of the Union. iI
that every one has a license. Names of the winners in this contest1
Chief of Police O'Brien stated that ' will be published in the May, issue of
no penalty would be attached to any- Chimes which will be out about May
sins Hail one not having a license in- case: he 15. Frizes~ of $10 and $5 will be given I
Cousis Haf applied for one immediately . for the winning stories.
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Ar-cde--"The Isle of Lest Ships,
with Milton Sills. and Anna Q.
Nilsson; comedy anti news.
M1ajetc- Milton Sills in "The
fighting' Law"; comedy and
news:.
Orpheum-"The Footlighit Rang-
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.Wuerth-Leatrice J :oy and Lou
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Garriek (Detrofty-Eddic Canitor
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