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Comedy club picture
12:20 o'clock at Dey's.
Christian Science socl(
7:30 o'clock in the auditor
SUREY of A0o
House Military Commtb
(By Associated Pr-
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20.
military committee begar
vey of the aircraft situati(
and at the same time the
ment made public an outl
lation it considered neces
out recommendations c
dent's air board.
The committee took
Hill bill to supplant the
departnients with a depa'
tion~al defense in which
Caries would have cha:
navy and air divisions.
Colonel ..William ;M4it'
courtmartial sentence be
attack on the air servicf
tion, attended the heari:
asked by the committee
would ,be; willing to testif,
er the' war department
him permission. He rel
was still on duty in
would be glad to appear
y Illinois Scientists Make Observations I
is taken at URBAN}A, Jan. 20. -- Conclusive:
.proof that magnetic disturbances due
to a solar eclipse. envefup the entire
1earth' has been revealed by a series
ety meets at [ of °observations, made by A. J. Mc-
riumi of Lane Master, of the department of physics3,
and L. P. Garner, of the department'
'~The instrument used was a magnet- 3
A.4 piete read every minute for five ]
111q thours over a period of five days, thus
j T giving a total of 1,50Q readings. In
TART!Un 1918 mnagnetic .observations were talk-.
1 ~ e during . ther solar eclipse of that
year at Urbana,; which was 500 miles
,ee Discusses from the path of totality, and showed'l
ition a slight effect., The opportunity for
additional data came in Jan. 24, 1925,;
'ess) when a solar eclipse swept across
).-The House northeastern North America, and the
conclusions of 1918. were confirmed.
n a new suir-I Last week, under the direction of
ion yesterday,! Prof. C. T. Knipp, of the physics de-
ewar depart- partmenit, a new test _"s made. This
tline of legis- last eclipse swept from Eastern Af-
sary to carry rica, across the Indian ocean,, over the.
of the Presi-' Philippine islands, finally sinking in
up" first the1k
war and payyI the, department would Loffer no objec-:
rtmf ht dof n a- Ition.
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Secial Parties by 4Arr
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HL. T. Rlainey
Rep. 'Henry T. Rainey, Democrat,
of Illinois, accusing Premier Musso-
lini and the Fascist government he
hea4ds in Italy of outrages against pro-
perty rights there, has challenged thel
Republioan majority In the House toi
Sponsor a resolution calling for anj
investigation of Fascist organizations
and activities in the United States.
Is chalenmge came during a debate
on the =talian debt settlement.
trge of war,l
ecause of ''his
ing, and !Was
ty and wheth-
plied that he
and was sure
appeared voluntarily, it would be up
to him to Ootithe.consept of the
departrment, bitt if the committee call-
ed him, it would require authorisation.
For Men's Used 16i~~ng.
Phone 4310 115 W. Washington
Saturday, January 22-23,
we are offering our entire 'stock of neckc-
wear at prices ,never equaled in the his-
toary' of this store.
Every tie is; what we
AT TILE THEATER
Arcade-"His People," featur-
ing Rudolph Schildkraut.
Majestic-"The Splendid Crime,"
with Bebe Daniels.
Wuerth-"The Man In Blue,"
with Robert Rawlinson and
Garrick (Detroit)-- "The Kiss
In a Taxi," with Arthur By-
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Merton of the Movies."
Shubert ILafayette -(Detroit),-
SKILLED REPAIRING........ of
consider quality me'chandise.
$2.50 "Ties ........ $1.50
$3.00 and $3.59 Tise. .$2.25
Entire Stock of Bows at'75c
Make sure your pen is ready for
now. No charge for looking it over.
be safe than sorry.
Rider's Pen Shop
The only pe-inakers in Anni Arbor.
'It costs no mare for' our 'skilled service.
Terms Strictly; Cash.
(I~u Wnntfntk & (1t.
OSLO;' Norway. -- The government I
'has accepted an offer from the Rocke-!
feller Foundation of a sum not exceed-
ing $220,000 for the completion of the)
projected government institute for
serum and vaccine research.
Roses, Spring Flowers".
"Stle is of Paramount Importance"
Modern, General Garage
Rifle and Pj~ttol Club:
There will be no practice for the Rifle and Pistol Club during' the week
endin'g Janukary 2 3rd.
G. IT. Dunn, Jr.
There will be an important special' meeting Thursday ate 5:00 .P.,-M,
302 Aljl. All members are urged to, be' present.
Miriamt M. Olden, Secretary.
Chemical Enilneering 12:
Please notice that all reports must be turned in to the 'Instructor under
whom yur working not'later than Saturday, January '20.
. J. C. Brier.
KiWa nis To Incrfease Receaio
FacilitiesFor Hospital Kiddies
F loirers Dy Wiry-
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BLUE BOOKS and,
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Dorothy Ketcham, director of social
service at the University hospital an-
nounced yesterday that the Kiwanis
club of Ann Arbor has offered to in-
crease the recreational program it has
been carrying on for some months
among children confined in the hos- i
pital. The niew program will in-I
clude the support of a' full time rec-
recational worker, the enlarging of
the hospital library, and the equipping
of two outdoor play grounds. Qne of
theee will be on the roof of the new
building, the other near the. old hos-
p itl, which will be reopened as a
convalescent unit next Monday.
* The importance of this recreational
programi is great, according to Miss
Retcham. "A sick child is a selfish
child, and the sooner that he can be
made to forget himself in a game
played by a group the happier he is.
Group games at the hospital are
participated in by children in arm'
chairs, some with arms or legs in
casts, and during the time that they
are at play, they forget themselves
and their ills," she explained. It is
expected that there will be more than
2,000b children' at tie hospital this
'The Kiwanis club is doing thi 'work
as part' 't the 'irograiof Kiwanit, In-
ternational for under privileged chil-
dren, and hopes to secure aid in the
work at the hosplta.l, f~ol,.ther or-'
[ganizations in the. state.
Cash Paid' for Secondhand Books
hance to get an c
iur h: off.- All of'
st' a t on-f
Z A1 . 1 *
cialy tairejd suits from R.
Iu exc pt~ed) tare going. San
Cofbett -bitrgains }. All ,1925 stul
"D1:~ss-14Well and Succeed"
CitysiAto Tag Sales Exceed. -
10,000; Motorists Pday $1 42,000;
Of all the things I treasure,
Of all the things I own,
There's only one that I .possess
I would not sell or loan.
There& only one I value.
O'er all the earth or sea,
And that's the pictured likentess
That keeps you close to me.
I . t,
Reeords compiled at the state de-
plates were issued, with, sales amount-
Record compied at he stte7de plateswere ssued ith saes a mu nt-t'- . TFT Y1TW? T/!i) Th PW'1WAT. CTPVT'PWL'yrqV