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PAGE .TWO

A .. ~iC IA

DAILY

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Till tl 1 D Y, IATR. 1 a,1925=

New In lander
OnSale Now
The February issue of the Inland-
er, campus literary magazine, whilh
features "The Dark River," a storyII
by Hasseltine Bourland, '2, appleared
yesterday, and may be obtained at the
bookstores and i the lohby of Angell
hail.
Miss Bourland, although a native of
the state of Michigan, has spent then
last two ,year; in traveling through
Europe; and it was (during this time
that she conceived the idea of the
story of "The Dark iver,"the action
"of which takes place in H-ungary dur-
ing and after the war period.
Two poems by Mis Ruth Lechlit-3
ner, grad., a former member of theI
staff of the Inlander, are reprinted by
permission of the Midland, a nation-
al literary magazine. One is entitled
"Aspens" and the other "The Water
Fall." Other pieces in the issue are;
the work of Leo C. Turner, Dorothy
Tyler, '26, Ellis R. Martin, '25, and
Sue Grundy Banner, '27, who has re-
cently been appointed to the board
of editors. Miss Bonner also contri-
butes a play, "escape," which wx ,,
presented here last spring by the
Playmakers' Playhouse. John W.
,Gunn, '25, is the author of a short
story entitled "The Light on the IS-
land."
FOSSIL REMAINS BEING
RESTORED FOR EXHIBIT
Fossil remains o1' a pr-histoic;
camel of the Miocene period, founid
~'tveral years ago in Sioux county,j
Nebraska, are being restored to skel-
(Ion form by William 1-1. Bettncr,
1reparateur in the paleontlogy de-
partment. The fossil str ucture, whifh
will beO ready for exhiibtioi in about
six weekcs, will be placed in the t n-
iversity museum.-
As the bores iof Ithe p re-li is icr il -
inal ae very fragile they will ~e
mounted on a ;plaster slab) and base,
which will 'show the structure i re-
lief. The fossil :remains are unusn-
ally complete, oly approximately
one-tenth of the skeleton requiring:
plaster restoration.
EAT REPRODUCTONS'
oF MOSAIC ON ISPLAY
Five. mosaics, which are faithful r-
productions of originals at Rome and
Ravenna, are now on display ini the
architectural corridor and library in
the West Engineering building. The
originals, which wore copied cue fo ir
cube, date from the fourth cent ury.
The ea rues ori inal rep )rod iied i s lIe,
"Lamb of God" and is on (l!31)ly -Al
the library. The "Miraculous i raugi
of Fishes" is from the orighil in Owh
church of' Appolinare Nuovo ereted
by Theodoric at. Ravenna. Two piecesi,
an "Anigel lleend" ,anid lhe ''Separation a
of Lot from Abrala ai' are copies o1
the or iginals at. home.
The work is that i'he1 Ravennaa
Mosaic company of New Yo k ity,
MIHAD TO SPEAKON
YEAS IN COUSTA ICA
Gustave L. Michand, of the romance;
languages departmient, will give at
lecture on "Twenty Years in Costa
Rica" at 8 o'clock tonight in room
203 of Tappan hail. Mr. Michaud will!
tell of the years le spent in thle con-

Talks On Europe

Dean usiy fere
Syse;Ca . cyRashing,

Root Passes 80

in (52oi> I .rte' ; P 2,
of .nIn1
an al ii y 1 roil!
jeictA uicao y oiu .- p $
w~ill be J;( p21 il 11
I}lITi nl r (et (Ur a.in .' i ,s
been thooghyiii ~ lout. '811(2liv -'
c(Ot!i' lov(', ItHe . ,j. V 1 1 i Ol n -.
teol to the (2niicil 101K" ut
' "There 'i , dh ,ll 14 \l"f. 1w' 2f 1'4,
a dleferie((I:- fel r 1 PV'iS ii V Ills,
ink; here \iW;( IA hi(1 Ali ii ~'o''-
ii (A e n ant' SI12 wu o:~O itj
th le ;ii ,', ofaon for :a It \ wn.2'
ot hers lprollib~iiigitn 11 the " :1',
by xva y 01fisnorie fai i ('. for h11(1 th 1e
('aflnidtes andl the fr°aa( initie .; 12vv
Dean 1 ir~lov is of the opinior Rat.
a. phin \vhr iov no ruishin g would le
]ucriiitt('d i' lihe fistsix mist ;. - of (1
sclool, fir A lai. unt il the eil
"I do not01Hee t h'ei-shy of "; p-
Iiig unilt hI t l ~ie a tohore V(-1i,' 1
rushing 1for on~l' yu o I or e whu L

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~.t hie freshman
I) ~ ~ ~ runt 111 . 11 iuto Ickinow the
1 ni irfririem ities ; While
I1'i , )2 .1 2t1 Waw Wou~ldl
a seectthe 1men11it
t . I'i i n ri i dedi tiiat no
I tl('tI ' ( .: }11 l e ' l d Unless lie
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t{) I ; l'1. )W, di'('sctly vio-
12.hit 1.1 (2)1 'on01, i sue h a8lan
t11'olc , h81: 'ii-c ' le j1eplied,
1TIO 121 T' counc'1iifcl, re1e1)'2lit-
2 IV = 'onild adopt the
'II 81 i ,,n i uinitiatrve and;
itno ' 11 1elu or instmuelion o
thle t .t~ It does not seem like-
I V T ' 1.' ' h Icrliiiies would ('or-
ii]~~ ii 8N " pii'it oft 1heir owni regu-
?vb (s'( ,iy,)Ma rch 4.Secretary
C'1ie', I T 111en nof the federal
r1i si rIt ' I }?'211 lii today rejected a
be it IT cc striking workers' al- (Iliiliu hoot, i21' :caicknally lk1 own
imnefor the gd-emin21ent to take over ;juImI st and s51111 x!11.111, who passed(1lhis
ii" 18111 i7ly 551 Im., eightieth b2irthdlay this week. The file-

ir 1111 and again at the regular concert
C LLL CLUB VYILLSINGrding to tb present plan the
TINIC OVRIG MA'II'lu hesong" hvich were sung
atth club con-
Ann Arbor audliences are to Lave cst r'ctyhl nCiao where
the opportunity of hearing the Varsity ~Atl h ,.!,l!) v. On S50On~l place,
glee clubu on two occasions this month. ~b'~'' in the forrmal. conicert,
The club will sing before the Dc nu- , The IirogI-aln detailor the con-
('Tat 1' convention banquet to lie held *crt fin li ui ruiis rte vbeing
od~cay inOlie UnP1ion bano1 oct rcoii :deo opc(d,. ; dwill ntbe completa
Iuatil a vwek before thefconcert.
A' cr The of n(!4'-t the nchni s to
hire shown above is the latest the join- s or n it. final t,;ur, the whole trip
ist h3as allowed phot ographers to snap ', u made dhiringth Spring holt-
el h1ill). (lays.

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cf Owhe iistory (lepl~ I 18(ii
Madison, WVis., Al a 1'ch 4.--A 1hiIl
which lprovidedl for ii re f(!endunt as
to the voters' dles-ire for a change in
the Voist ead act. was kill(d wit hi ot a
icecord vote in I'lie Wisconsin sem;it
HIVE YOU SlUBSCRIBED YET?

THE WISE PHILOSOPHER SAW
NAKED TRUTH
But Daid 'They Warn T!,em of ther

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AI({LER TO SPEAK TODIAY
BEFORE SENIORt EN4CI ERS
Prof. RalphW igler, of the
Law school Nvilt give a short
talky at then regular meetinug of
senior engine'rs at 11 o'clock
this morning in iroomu 348 1f1theE
West. lwngineerhiigtibui ldling.
E Caps and govt us for thel('set -
ior engineers :;Jiiiltd he ordered.
Ethis weal;. at the f'ioe Sport shoe
whidle thle order:- for the canes
should bue placed with - the A-ag-
ner antd comlpany, clothiers.

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VERA REYNOLDS
ROD LA ROCQUE
THEODORE KOSLOFF

W-ARNER BAX'I'ER
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"Sundown Lim6ited"
Th'e I'anuiis "lOur Cai~'(omedies
AUIGMIENTED ORC(HESTRA TJOPI(CS

A Piece
01 Pa 8 ,
--a )ilece 0Of pr'opierty
tomorrow.
Every lifte insurance
plichiy in tiime ti m
into( gold dollars.

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4 JESSE L. LASK'Y

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EDNA FERBER'S NOVEL

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ARTHUR STONE
"JUS"T A GOOD GUY'"
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Florence Gast & i~oys
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Children MJe
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Balcony 35c, Mini Floor. ,j4)c

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