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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1925TH MIIGNDLYAE IUf

THE MICHIGAN

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SWISS TRAVELLER
Will SPEAK HERE[

France

Continues Riffian Fight

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P rofes.soir Sa itl or NaVll LecItre
Hill A uitoriuni Next
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WILL BE ILLUSTRATED
Prof. William Sandoz, Swiss world
tr,,veler andi lecturer, wil speak on
t he "Egypt of the Pharaohs" and "In-
dia andI its Splendors" at 4 o'clock
Wecdnesday, May 13, in Hill auditor-
ium. Professor Sandoz will explain
his lecture through the use of what
lie terihs "reflections by means of
aultochrornatic projections."
This neither uses slides nor is it a
moving picture one, but it is an in-
novation used in reproducing natural
col1ors.
This will be Professor Sandoz' first
program in Ann Arbor. However, he
hzas given the address throughout
various cities in the country, as well
as in larger cities in Central and
South America.
Critics every where have proclaimed
Professor Sandoz's lecture as unuis-
ual. The New York Sun described
his pictures as "very different from
the ordinary moving picture or trav-
elogue film."
After presentation in Rio De
J anerio, El Conimercio said that the
"autochromiatics show to a perfect fi-
delity marvelous colorings and deli-
cate harmony.
In dealing with Egypt, Professor
Sandoz will consider such things as
the marvels of Old Egypt; the great
run of antiquity; the secret temples,
tomrbs and mummies of centuries ago.
NAME FELLOWSHIP
2WINNERS_ FOR 19281.

A9NNOUNCE SUMMER
(Gr~mite IResearch WIork .end Special
Subjects To Bie Offered
In Ciirricula
WILL USE OBSERVATORY
'Three courses in astronomy to-
ge ther with graduate research work
I along special subjects will be offered
in the Summer session. Instruction
1 will cover spherical and practical
astrononmy and astrophysics, the
summer season being favorable for
observational work.
in the beginning course in modern
=,stronomy, study will cover the solar
system, involving fundamental prin-
ciples of astronomy, and the presen-
tation of leading facts concerning the
sun, moo n, planets, and comets. A
!course will also be given in the study
of stars and nebulae, and another in
elementary observational astronomy.
This will include constellation studies
an d telescopic examinations of the
heavenly bodies when the weather is
clear. Selected problems will be as-
signed with the celestial globe,
clocks, chronometers and star charts
when weather prevents work in the
observatory.
Courses for graduate students in-
I terested in research work leading to
a higher degree, include those in
practical astronomy, th'earetical as-
tronomy, astronomical spectroscopy,
spectroscopic binary orbits, solar
physics and advanced physical as-
tronomy.
fAll the work will be under the di-
r ection of Professors W. J. Hussey,
W. C. Rufus, R. H. Curtiss, and R. A.
FRossiter.
IBerkeley, 'Cal., May S.-The Uni-
versity of California announced. to-
day that k :four man team will repre-
sent it in the national intercollegiate
'tennis championships at Haverford,
Pa., next month.
DEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS,

}Ypsilanti, May 8. -- Ypsi
Olivet here yesterday to the
7-5, making the normal

dlefeated
tune of
school's

Evanston, Ill., May S.-Ralph Jantz, 1 third consecutive victory on the dia-
right fielder of the Northwestern mond.
university baseball team, lost the______

third finger of his right hand in an
accIient in the engineering labora-
tor y yesterday, and will be lost to
the Purple for the remainder of the
season.

,gymnasium the size and
sweater desired. The styles
slip-on,, heavy coat style'
slip-on.

style of
a el vor jersey

~WALK-OVER'S FIFTIETH AN N IVERSARY

All women who are eligible to re-
ceive W. A. A. sweaters on Field (lay
should report to Louise Roberts or
Miss Ethel McCormick at B3arbour

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Latest Arrival
The Twain Strap

A two--button effect

with connecting link at the

instep. A perfect fit for these narrow heels.
Patent or Satin-Price, $9.50.

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France is continuing its war against the Moors, and according to mocst Iro('ent reports is meeting with as
little success as the allies in their Gailipoli campaign, of which these photos are reminiscent. The upper photo
shows transports b~ombar ding enemy positions t(,,e little wisp~s of smoke are bursting shclls) in the lower
p~hoto trtos) are see.n emlbarkxing at 'i1icazar teuer und .r cover of the he mbardlment.

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,teriology; Clifford C. Furnas, Uni-!
versity of Michigan, will work" in{
yhciicai engineering; Paul K reider,
University of Michigan, will work in
English; C. G. Kulkarni, Michigan C
State college, will work in -botany; W
Paul B.. Sangreen, Michigan State
Normal college will workd in educa-
ti on.
TIT3 following graduate students.
were appointed to University scholar-
ships; Min Shao Chang, University of;if a ,
Michigan, will work in geology; da le !
Evelyn School, University of Michi-j that the afliletii
gan, will work in English; Gene- 11)lUCY sports ai
-vieve, Stearns, University. of ..Illinois, adeqluate.
will work in physiology; Richard R., WI1CV ae :
Whipple, University of Michigan, Tile an swe rs :
will work in electrical engineering. IL.ID. Wesley',
With the exception of Richard R.1nts ora
Whipple, the graduate students ap-nterepoare onl
p~ointed to the fellowships and Teeaeol
scholarships are working for their inWaemng
(octor's degree. few mat.'her
The following students from var- of parallel bars
ious state colleges were appointed to standards for h
the State College scholarships; Mar- little equipment
.,"nY.tn . .n.hr -Tlltll rni i 1into the west em

uThe
.ampus
Credo
im : Do you think
is equipmenICt for the!
(1 g ym. classes is in-
"lie %Union.
"vi.-' Yes. Perhaps
limited in quantity.
two horizontal bars-
yninasium and only a.
re are only two sets
sand oie lpair of
high jumping. What.
there is, is crowded
A of the main floor in

Lhe rapid expansion of all branchesĀ° other colleges andl universities and
of athletics and of the resources at Michigan's is much below the aver-
the disposaloftea:eic soi- age. There would be less complain-
of im t ietc ssoiaink; if we had a better equipped
tie n I believe that somne improve- gm'
Imaci s ,,urld be made for seone of I. Zemnans, '6-' do not think it '

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t112 nlilior sp)orts3. Proper recogni-
ti~ol aid (conditions suitable for in-
culc.,ti interest ini theIirs by the
st udnt body are the main pr1olems1.
Compare hockey an~d footbali."
WV. R. 1lcConoehie, '2S.--"Yes. I
have seen the equip~ment of many

is a question so much of equipment,
but one of lack of interest on the,
part of the general student body.,
Tfhere is not sufficient inducement
made for a general participation in
minor sports or gym work to make
the students turn out."

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Saturday Special Sale
on Tbrimmed Hats
328 South Main

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will work in English; James F. Dun- (such a manner that the movements
can, Kalamazoo college, will work in I of tihe men are hazlel'Ocl.'
physics; Ben Euwema, Calvin college, R. Nahabiadi n, '25.- -"Considering
will work in English; Robert C. Gib-
son, Adrian college, will work in GARRIK s - --Mct 25
chemistry; Mabel B. Hudson, Albion Sat. +2Mst. - - 51'c to Sx..}Ā£
c allege, will work in French; Mar- St
gar,, t L. Plant, Michigan State college, { The % ~l xcleitt of Am~erh a
will work in chemistry; Kenneth A. ANNE NCtI;LS,
13vn Lentte, Hope college, will work in ttirish Rose"",
>>im them~atics.

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TODAY AND SATURDAY

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All the

Essentials

of a Good Picture--

The Author
The Director

The
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Cast.
Story

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2SCREEN SUPREMACY SIGNIFICANT IN ITjS MEANING
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CHARLES

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HARRY MYERS
ROSEMARY THEBY.
MARGUERITE DE LAMOTTE,
\lthiough Mr..Myers is known as a comedian, his firE
screen lilt was that of a "villain" in a melodramatic;plrc
(luctioti. Later he became a le~ading man and& soon -
veloped into a leading comedian. Since his first- h
I\1yers* has had ambitions to portray upon the. screen
villain as he believes villains to exist.
From th~e novel "Thle Hllrnn" by E. 1'. (OpPeltheint

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A Paramount Picture
-()- THE STAG4E-
Present the
BERRY QUINTETTE
With
iRENE BERRY

DIVEl:RTISS F MEN1TS

4k

"GIDDP"
A Lot of Laughs

Ilatlire-O-Color
Nelvs
Events

'NOVELTY'
Programii

A 1IEW ELIX CVAT
CThe %IbeTroter

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SPECIAL-EXTRA-SPECIAL
STI lhNG SUNI)AY

Stage Attraction
AL STRAUSS AND HIS.I

SCREEN PRESENTATIONI
Her First Super PictureI

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