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___ ___THE MICH1-TGAN DAILY

d V P1611W 'to VG'i'Iniversiy
Jeetres Tomorrow and
Tuesday
VyOJH(ERIS ADVOCATE
t1' CLEANUP i IN LITICS
litician, lawyer, and jo rnlist
among the varied vcations of
y H. Curran,who will deliver two
ersity lectures tomorrow and
sday. lie has occupied many po-
lI offices in New York city, taught
he New York Law school, and
ten numerous articles for publi-
a.
present his articles on "ohn Cit-
s Job" are running in The Sat-
y Evening Post. The articles are
ten as8 a 'dialogue between Mr.
an and Mr. John Citizen of ]Every-
th ese articles he ais urging the
ic. to take a more active part in
ls and shows the folly of -staying
Hle flails the people wh follow
political "bsses" blindly. "They
aluting from orning till night,"
ays.
Curran admits that politics 'are
but refuses to concede that this
aufficient reason for staying out.
idvises that more people get .in
clean them up from the insid.
Curran severely 'criticises the
rof non-voters.
'Curran will speak Monday on
Costof Keeping out of Politics"
Tuesday on "The Value of Going
Politics-and Hoe to Go in."
lectures will be hegld at 4:15
ck In the afternoon in room D3
eLaw building.
LUOGY F IE LD
TI PS PLANNED
Ma. ould, of the geology depart-
:has announced the schedule of
,8 16 be visited by the sections in1
gy .2 during the spring field trip
0. Five tours will be mae, the'
in the vicinity of Ann Arbor to
the origin of the features around
boulevard and campus; the see-
trip will be made to Forester's
to study glacial action; the third
psilanti to study the beaches of
at lakes; the fourth to Lia to
reskers; and the fifth to Put-in
if' this: canl be arranged, to study
;aveiformnations there. It is possi-
that another expedition wil be
itted. in the:icinity''of Ann ,i.;r-
e JjVst trip will be made on Wed-
ay, .pril 25, leaving the Natural
ce4-building at 1 o'clock. St-
aenrolled in the course who are
certain. of their sections should
giss Stevenson U-1 room 432 N. S.
16 Wednesday.
RD ]CEC IL PAYS
CALL ON HARDING
Robert Cecil presented directly
7sidet Harding and to Sen. Bor-
f Idaho made his explanation of
eaguge of nations and it achieve-
:s and its hropes.
e British expronent of the league
I rtl a monthi has been advocat-
le league course in America had
kfast with Senator Borah one of
lrreconilables and the went to
White H ouise w ihere he bad half
Hour's coniference.,with the. Pros-
e Wite Hou , ssued no state-
aafter the cad" and. Lord Robert
acct' hzis comit to the assertion
hec had a p lSasant discussion

'DEN DEFEATED)
AT 6GE,-RMANTOWVN

RllKEI II lP FN A FAME WS LE: T l.R TO IS SON
mi deer sun ;-yioure letter recd and
MIUTARY__BLI l r eonte~nts noted. yu asted me why ii 0 ' oal-il hthi eo i
DACESlviiMR4ITO""',Snt hvenuthin 2rite with.3
):ND SITRAIES fO REVER"l set down 2 rit.e abowt 2 weaks aggo
ati1)S~ltl'hS 011 YEW1 & 1 got bolt of a old fowntain penj
A "i'l"VICTORS""()1" whjitch woodnt give down & I kept l
r"itin & joggin it & never got no re-
Army signal rockets will thunderl zults & finely it giv'down all 2 wunce
the opening of the third .unual mill- & splatterd ink all. over everything
tary ball1 next Friday night in, the whitch maid mie so mad i almost lost;
combined Watermian and Barbour mi temlper. so i took .the danged,
gymnasiums. A salute of welcome thing out in the shied and i slkrood it
Iwill be fired w;ith these from several in the vice & i sez 2 it, now dang yu
37 millimeter salute guns. immedi- 1 ehrfxy riefxy oen
ately following, the strains of the'I
"Stars and Stripes Forever" will an- buddy elts kin fix yu, whitch I finely
nounce the grand march, to break into dun, so then i cum in the hoWse and
"The Victors" before the conclusion started 2 proweling. erround a lookin
of the march. for hlcur pencil 2 rite with. yure maw
Gorden Gale, '23'L, general chairman sow n-3 a prowlin errotind & she sez
of the affair, will be corporal of the no what ar yu 'a lookin fur & i sez
firsto squad. leading the march, while nuthi n & she sez yull find it in' the
'others with him incelude Carl H.. Smith,Iju ireteisywzxvtc*a
'25T2, commander of the local V. F. WV. jgwaetewskywzIic a
post; Major Robert Arthur, professor more; troothfui then . poetical, but i
of military science and tactics; Major didn't find me no pensil so i coodent
Willis Shipman, assistant professor of rite.'
military science and tactics;, John Y. now i got a holt of thet Rider fown-
Lawton,' '24, and Paul Young, '24E" tin pen whitch yu giv 2 yur sister
There will -be 24 Booths, one for whitch is shore a snaiks hips of a
each 'allied nation in the recent war ritin to~ol. mi ideers jest flowys frum
and others representing the Univer-
sity, Y. M. C. A., Red Cross, and so on. mi lied thru the pen 2 the payper
One committeeman will be assigned withowt no hitch of enny kind & 1
to each booth as host. Booths will be find i kin spel better & think cleerer;
assigned from 1:30 to 5 o'clock when i hain't aggervated by a Banged
Tuesday and Wednesday in the lobby, bocky, pen.
of the Union. At this time programs hewlirsvaycader. I d
will be given out 'also.,
The military ball originated. in 1921 ornt pla'nt mi potatos on good friday
when the Veterans of Foreign Wars becos i. haint got no pickax 2 dig gar-#
den with. if i geot a sight of thet
gave a dance toe 225 couples at the dangedl lyin grownd hog. this summer
Union immediately, before spring va- lies a; gon coon. wel I must cloase.
cto.Ol. F .mn n hi we are all wel cxsept i haint a fealin!
guests were admitted. mii oats like 1 orter & i got a getherin .
Last year a large ball was given in on mi noze & yur ma sties a gowttn
the gymnnasiums for the entire Uni- the izzery agen & yur sister she's
versity. At this 700 couples were ad- got the fio epydemick but uther-
mitted, and again this .year' the samewie ea.alte&yrm &oe
number' is expected to attend. The ws erart u a&m
coming ball, sponsored by' the V. F.hpeaintlhad indreel fte ur nelt2dys
W., is being.given in conjunction with Lp hsfns yurhfathe-. o
the University R. 0. T. C., to whom it p. s. If yui hain't lernt nuthin elts1
will be passed. as an' annual institu- yooseful in collidge yu haint waisted al
tion. yur time becos yu shore lernt whitch
fis a good fowntin pen when yu got:
MARtITHA C(,(O TO ENTERTAIN aholt' of thet Rider fowntin pen. yu
COSHOPOLITAN' CLUB TODAY ct to send me won soz ile rite offener.
Members of the Cosmopolitan club(Avrient

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TODAY-'TUESDAY

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tusic, such as
DEAREST (you're the nearest to my heart j"u peh n
STARLIGHT BAYJ his Orchestra
GOSH, but we'd like to be gifted With the pen of a Sapho or~ a Bend Jonson or a Kipling_
when, we conic to reviewing Paul Specht's records. As it is Wea feel about as futile
as a man attempting to play the Sym'phony Pathetique on a penny whistle.
SPAKNGinaPEGGY DEARLITERVRythHapSi
9- PAA B y the appyia
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;C!'WeAveNGiaso rimtny mfinemawtrcoadstatr 'iacouldznbnamethm part-it ula yo =
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come and see!1
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. i =You ate "always rwelcomre at
:395. MA YNARD $TRIfT
Have 'you Read The4"F:or Sale " Want Ads?

will be :entertained at luncheon at 5:15
this evening by the residents of, Mar-
thia Cook in Martha Cook dormitory.
This will be in accordance, with the
yearly, custom of Martha Cook dormi
'tory in entertaining the' foreign. stu.~
dents of the University.,
Following'the luncheon the'Cosmo-
politan club members will present a
tprogram with the foreign~ students
who took, the,spring trip taping the
principal roles. Following the pro-
gram XW. L.. Shpu will, speak., Clara,,
Eastlake;'~
Color cI ills, parades, 'and. review s
wilbe staged 1-y the R. 0.~ T.~ C. every
IWednesday aftornoon lfrom now on.
Rilfle shocting Iias been the main item
on the program during the winter
but the excellent spring weather -will
make possible the addition of the new
activities. 4 ? 4I
Major Arthur marched his men
around' yesterday in order to find out
just, how the various detachments
stand. Next week the new drills will
be started in earnest. A small bandl
will accompany the unit on its
marches.
Chase Catches Wolverine
Detroit, 'April 21.-W. 11. Chase,
president of the Alaska Game Protec-
tive association, who contracted to.
provide a live wolverine for the local
loo, says that although rather plenti-
ful in Alaska, they are' hard to atch.
HT~ obtained one, however. The ani-
nial will be the ony Wolverine in the
Wolverine state, so far as is known,
they having become extinct in Mich-
igan.

It's-: true effricien cy to use Daily
Classietleds-.Adv.

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PRICES J PRICESON EE T AISNTHARE ,R1
BRTAKi'tK ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS
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TODAY TDA
, =TUESDAY' FAMOUS SATURDAY EVENING POST.,' WVRITERTIj~A
Her's hgh-eardsixcyln-or a modern ice box to an Es
der love story that tears along kioaIaee ohcip
--over thei~rch~s
:.at break-neck speed, rich with ,
-laughs and chuckles from start'. BUT~
- ~to finish.SETN
You remember the old beloved ?' IMEFToAMEITOTY
*Wally Reid romances? WelHMEL O T
p PRETTY GIRL-WVELL THATI
here's another of the same ty~pe..WSAHlE F NTE
H'e could sell mittens and over- WSAHREO NTE
"shoes to a South Sea Islander, COLOR.
' DIRECTED
'BY
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a A CosmopOlitan PrHoducion
W r1 T. QOY BARNS, SEENA O WEN, TOM LEWIS
and a great Paramount cast
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ia, P'ern., April 21.-(ByV
Mamn Tilden, II, national1
pien, met defeat today at
on of the new courts at
n academy, his alma mnater~.
hards, holder of the na-
es crown with'Tilden was
Carl Fisher, Philadelphia
chan'ion. They won
Land Wallace R. Johnson,
L4-5, 6-1, 9-7.
a' B. Mallory, miaking her
ance on an American court
eturn from abroad, casil.y'
~S dohly Thayer, Philadel-.

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AT THlE TH'EATERS

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Screen-Today

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Area lc-"The Go-Getters," With
T. Roy Barnes' an dSeena
Owe n; comedy and news.
Yaje.,dce-- "Safety Last," with
Hirold Lloyd; animal picture,
"Ma<,n Versus Beast"; "Mrs.
Hippo."
Orpho um - Herbert Rawlin son
in "Another. Man's Shoes";
:c-:Cdy and news.

IJ IGIVEN
GREAT OVATIG.

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Ital1y, April 21.-(By A. P.)-
ay in past years nmarlked by.
today w~as the occasion' of an
stic ovation .to the facisti gov-

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thousand facisti were re-
Premier .Mussolini and took
of allegiapice. One hiun -
sand others went through
iremonies in other import- I

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W'uerth-D. 'W.- Griffith produe-
tio:n, "One Exciting-- Night,"
.wiC?=Carol Dempster and Hlen-
ry Hui;; also stage attraction,.
Sitor Larel in "hThe Noon
Wht tistle."

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Stage-Ti~s Weol

Fires Ifere Last Y ear
ndr-oed and eighty two fir s)
i,£' tlhe fast V(;r l7 T- ' .; .11~-

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Garrick - Walter lHamnpden in

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