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T IAE ,1 vHC-1iGAN DAILY

SUN DAY , NOVEMBER 18,

ULGARI A TURNS
TO NEW PRODUCT

K lan 0 a s P r o m So e n ne a ie
For, Cobuldrn, /VUrdrc AVr~ of Exv- izardl

Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. I7-(A.P.)- !
The production of tob~acco is fast su-
p;ercetl'ng wheat growing in Bulgaria.j
On:ce almnost exciusively a wheat rail-
ing contry, todayi- Bulgaria has tenl
acres in tobacco against of e in thea
cereal.
Pu1garian fartners were taken in toj
Eur ope.n7ir'urkey before, the war to
~Worin cie tobacco fields, and learned j
~hebuinssthoroughly. Unsettl{
~coditonshave killed the industry in
,1uv-1;es ;o the Bulgariang are return-
inl. ta their OWn country bringing the
n m~y wh ~hin. Farmers; find
14~ ~ t, (.:i SX teght times inore profit
n field! of tobiacco than in a field of
',nw}ea!. of the samei size.
DiscuIsse-s Oper

I HAVE NOVELTIES Hv o re
extensive exhibit will lbe displaed by1PA ME '
the Department of Agriculture at' the IKO I N S A
Internationel Livestoc:k Exposition fi cMX
C.hicago the latter poxrt ofNovenibei It's. a very pure soap, particularly
and continuing through' the first week eeiil osniie opein
in December. Live beef steers illus eeiia osniiv opein
trating the four gradts,(10C, l'-Q
iumconmo_ an l i erorl wil CM- ;lPrice is 25 Cents
pose one exhibit making (Rear by mar-I
he prices and values what better ani-I
mals mean in dollars and cents to tn,,
farrmer.I
Another special exhibit will show 'T~~h~r
live hlogs, illustrating, the resuhis in THI~riuxu u O
the live aiinimal of pl'Q)~rmethyods0 20-04E LB RT T
breeding , _rd feeding. Exhibits will 2024E IE T T
be showvn of the oi-gariization. of a farm ;.......................sil.......}k.}M~}{....... ...*.....R.i ..
far livestock, producwtion; use and j____________________
maintenance of pastures and rough-'
ag-es for livestock; co.rn for livestock;
profitable beef production ~ nmalhing
.money with :hogs; fkheep that pay, and
Horses on the farm.

(Continued front_..Page Nine) .
over; two hundred opera houses where;::
Italian is sung., Only occasionally an
opera is sung in French for some spe-
cial military or social function. In
France there are 105 opera houses
whiere only French is rendered. In
Germany arid Spain and in the north-
ern countries opera is sung-in the lan-
guage of the country."- -
3fichigpat Shows Aniericanlsm High officials of 'the Ku Klux KMan
Conlcluading Mrs. Cook ,said: "Your! former Kleage and attorn~ey for Will
own University has shown sane Amer- i Atlanta, Ga., by Philip E. fox, publi
.canisut And a forward looking spirit! of murder.
its the all-Engnlish musical, programs
that have been given by its school of j t ' t6ui . 1 h v a tcual oic df v lY h o ,
this and hope that the delightful, well Theme Sn,. jcci
arran"ged programs are-appreciated a, ___
soy Aho ild he.. I believe that theyy
Iaree ~,< . By the way, did you notice when iae," Yahoo," "Ratiocinati tn."
Cal Ii Curci received the most ap-i were the subjects from which a class
lplaseAftr hr sogs n EglihIin freshman Rhetoric at the In ivot -:
Po a userf e r+onsi"Enlssty of Indiana recently was asked to
___________________select a themne. The profcssor found
the results most interest;ng and en-
Fas quelleMI; lightening. One student incei'pora~ed
Grqnb on .Herelall three subjects in. the following
-- "if a wave is a wave and a Yai.cw;
FRowran Fasquelle, now a sophomore I s a Yahoo, what is a Ratiocination?"
on theC caxmpus, is the grandson of! The majority of themnes were built
the University's first professor of around the waves. There were hand!
1 chci. Prof. Loulis Fasquelle wasj waves, sound wraves, waves of cx.-a
hie re from 18~46 to 1865 and establish-; demics, marcel waves, waves of the"
eod the(, chair of modern languages. sea, and light waves.
He wote everal French texts dur- The women were especially interest-
Igthis lieriod, hip French grammar ed in marcel waves. One conara~d
beving the a ccepted one at that time. them to people. She pointed out tt~
Thee boksare out of print now and sm epeaeol ipe hl
have bcecome rare.; others are rough roiling and sonixc-
_________________times tidal.
it'stru eficincy o ue Dily The professor stated that an astton -
It'stru " ffiieny t us baly ishing am.ount of ignorance was shown
Classifiods.-Adv. when the students (id not know that

AT THE THE ATER"S'

a Wconducted the fun oral : exvices at the, hurial of Capt. *W iliarn S. Cobuim,
I iam J.simniuoll,., wizard o the Klan. Coburn was murldered in, his -office in
idi ty mhnn for the presont langimUtao. Fox aat trial On a charge'
the Yahoos' were in Gulliver's 'Yzav Is. li1tonti'7 Twur of 'ountlrv-
??'ost of them. associated the "yiAlnos"V "ThcBfat,".'wh ich vi itedl Ann Armor
G with the -wort", "-_o c". Others last y;ear, is now o-., its third tour ofr
thought that the name was connected,; thxe country. At a onie night stancidin
with some Indian tales. Oklahopul recently the cast was tore-
Of those wh) chvs.e the word t'a~o 5d tb re peat the performance twice in
cination someO wroSt 'aint was o,-(*0'-the dan-evening to 4 coini mod ate lthe
1 ected with "ratio" andI "nation." 0tht- throng which gathered to see the
ers thought that the ectymology of the, shoo Ili addition to the American
word Ixac somiething to do with radio. ") panies, 'two groups of Scandtinav-

'~hee Wise Fools," starring Elea-
nor -Broadian, andl Baby Peggy iri
~~fp,~are featured at tine Orplieum
today. ri-ugh'Tuesniday. The two [ol-
lowigds NWilliam Destyiond wiji
appear in "Shadows of th~e- i~o to. -
gether with a. comiedy, "CracLed Wed-
ding Bells." Friday. and Saturday
Edna Murphy' comes in "11cIr Dangeri-
oils Path!
T1HEY WORK'FAST,

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in actors are said to ye nmaking quilte'
a sucecess wvith the play in Norway ;anid
Sweden.{

Da ly clasgifiad for rea resmj

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