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ipents in British Politics," and
Chemistry-Plivsics conference, ad-
3sed by Prof. R. K. MlacAlpine of
Analytical Chemistry department.
ferences In mthiematics, biology
agiclture were also held.
)today th~e programi will be fea-
withI the addresises of Prof.
uat P.Sherman of the University
Ulios iand Prf.Grant Showier-
of the University of Wisconsin
will talk on~ "Greece and Rome.".
pecial performaance of the Comedy
's "Captain Applejack" will bel
,n tonight. An oral composition
est will be held Pattengill aul-
ium.
tthe classical conference beginn-
at 2:80 o'clock at Newberry hall,
f. A. It. Crittendon of the Latin
artment will talk on "'What Col-
Freshman Find Hardest in.. Lat-
Priof. J. E. Duinlap of the Latin
artment and Dr. Titchener of the
k departmen't will exhibit a col-f
on of recent books and illustrat- (
material of interest to "classical
,hers. Conferences: in public
king and dramatics, mathematics,
educational psychology and home
zomics will also be held.
iysicists Give
Explanation Of
New Jlastigrams

Talamon Lauds
Poincare Choice
Of Now Officers
"Poincare; has a new lease on life",
was the statement of Prof. Rene Tala-
mon when interviewed upon recent
political moves in 'France. "Poinear e
in the choice of his new cabinet, has
leaned slightly toward socialists. He
has been sh'rewd enough to placate~
the faction~s that have offered him the1
'most opposition by including three ofd
his avowed adversaries in the new
cabinet. But that is not so signifi-
cant; these mien who complain when
not in office usually become conser-
votive when they assume the respon-
sibilities of office."
When asked whether he noticed an].
improvement in conditions in Francei
last summer,' 'Professor Talamon re-1
'plied that "France is steadily improv-;
ing; reconstruction is progressing'
favorably and I noticed a'marked im-
provement since the summer of 1922."
"Millerand is an able leader and a
good fighter! so is Poincare and the,
two men work well together for the
best interests of France. Poincare's
new government Is stronger than the
previous one and except for a social-
ist element the premier has the con-
fideoace and the support of the French
people on his 'reparations and recon-
struction policies. Poincare is one of i
the most :brilliant men in Europe °to-
day and stands firm on his convict-
ions at all times."'
Mr. E. E. Ledbetter, representingj
the A. Stein and company, of Chjicago,
will be. at the Allenel hotel all day

EIGHT BOOTHS TO TAKE
CHOICES I1 STRAW VOTE
Final plans for the straw vote to be
taken on the campus Tuesday have
been announced by the Republican
club. Eight booths are to be placed
at different points on the campus to
receive the votes of the students on the
possible candidates for nlext presi-
dent of the United States
GLEE MEN TO SING '
{IN SPRING RECITAL
iThe University Glee c;lub, under the
direction of George Oscar Bowen, will
give its annual spring concert on
Tuesday evening, May 13, in H1ill au-
ditorium. The club is at present re-
hearsing for this occasion and the !
program will include solo numbers,
quartet selections and numbers by the
instrumental quartet.
The organization will leave an
April 11 for its annual spring totiP'
through the cities of northern Mich-
igan and will give performances in
Howell, Cadillac, Menominee, Iron-
wood, Marquette, Sault Ste. Marie,
Cheboygan, Midland, and Flint. The
concert in Hill auditorium will be the l
next public performance of the club'
after its return from the upper Pen-
insula.
Land Secuired for Athletics
Lawrence, April 3.- Ten acres of'
land have just been purchased for}

University at tihe 700th anniversary
of the Royal Univerity of Naples in
May, it was dec ided,: by the deans at>
their con fereieed (nesday. Profes-
sor McLaughlin is flw in Rome on a
leave of absence from the University.
The University will send represent-
atives to the peleblrationj of the 50th', in-
niversary of Purdue university next

dress, will be worn by the patrons
and the hail will be adorned with,,
woodland decorations.
The local fire fighters were calledj
to the Majestic theater at about 2:15
o'clock yesterday afternoon, but after{

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MZicLaughlin To Be fmonth and to thefo meeeting ofathen Brit- investigation the firemen delivered a I odn pi .ministry of labor
ihAscainfrteAvneetverdict of "n~o fire." retuirns -Joav 11120,000 persons regis-
At Naples Eventl of Science at Toronto, Aug. 6-11. Thee aeofwt tered as unemployed in England.
Prof. WVilliamn A. McLaughlin, of thef The Camp Davis dance will be given'I five overcoats from thie hall of the,_AIlaska and Madagascar have recent-
from 9 to 1 o'clock tonight at the Dental building. No clue was left by I ly annoiunced imp:ortanit gold discov-
Farench department, will represent thethties.re.
Packard Dancing academy. Camlp teti s

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Mlerchantstare ea3ger to secure trained tenend women
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Service Fellowships
Class rooms and store are linked closely together
Illustrated booklet on application. For further informnation write
Dr. Norris A. Briscoe, 'Director of New York University School of
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Explanation of the third dimension-
movies now being shown in a local
ater was made Wednesday by the
ysics department of the University. '
ordinary movies, the pictures are
en withb. a camera with but a single n
erture. In th'ese plastigrams, the
ects were photographed at two dif-
et angles. one giving A red pic-
e and the other a blue picture.
Fr'om two series of pictures of the
n~e object taken at two different
glen a film is made up by alternat-'
the red and blue pictures. Dis-
ce can only be perceived by both
s and if we close one eye we lose
ense of distance. This same fact
es us the perception of 'depth in
use movies. In viewing this film
de up of thep anid ,blue pict-wreis
first see oxe P the red and one of
blue. This is equivalent to seeing
object firstwith one eye and then.
h tli, other. Tes are show so'
,t that the imipre'ssion is of seeig
e rapidity with which these.pictur-
object with boh' ees r t once,
are shown also tends to n1eutralize
color so that we lose the colored
tures and see only the ordinary
iy pictures.
lion, N. Y., April 3.--Eliphalet Remi-
;o,95 years old, lone surviving
ember of the original firm of E.
niington and~ Sons, manufacturers
the RemzingIton rifle, died here yes-
Deily cla ssified for real results.
AT TIt F THEATERS
Screeri-Today
A rcade - Reginald* Denny in
"Sporting Youth."[
Majestic- "T°h e Uninvited
Guest."t
Wuerth-Toni Mix in, "Mile-a-
Minute Romeo."
Orpheumi - Charles Jones in
"Cupid's F'iremen"' and Ruth
Roland in "Haunted Valley."

today to interview seniors in busi-i outdoor sports by the Athletic associ-;
ness administration who comtemplatej ation of the' University of Kansas. Con-'
making business connections this struaction will begin immediately on
year. the newly acquired tract, of four base-
ball diamonds.
"Jimmie the adtak~er" self0 anything
quickly.-Adv. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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To Give You a New Thrill!
RAL PH FE PALRA.
- ~Noted Auto Racer, y:
"It is tremendously exciting.
! ry 4 ', . The best racing pictuke. that
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EnactingAinnost }
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Gingergives it a cqualityr
tt iskbthI snappy, and
the mein for this biting.
nippy taste-it is a favorite
with womn al~so for its
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wa'It '0ivti o othese young J'azz-mani- "APIpllD
acs. 'Tild parties, pretty girls and high- Y 'E _ 'l)1t1WOOT
po ered racing cars-tla's the way it NDeaiRF00g
goes. Wih the beautiful Laura La Plante BIL Y SiJng
in the :;tar cast. IL______________

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Land of Eternal Snows, and S'trongheart, the
Wonder Dog, King of His Line, a Mlighty.
Figure of Thrill and Thr ob and Sheer- Amaze-
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LADY JULIE'
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