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BIOLOGIST WILL I
DISCUSS RESEARCH
IVIII Preset Semi-popular Lecture On
Sulmec Of Research in Higher
MANITOBAN PLANS TOUR
Dr. A. H.. Reginald Buller, of the
biology 'department of the University
of Manitoba, whose papers before the
Botanical' Society of America at its
recent convention in Kansas City
caused much favorable comment, will
give a University lecture here early in
M-arch, it was announced by the bot-
any department yesterday. Ili. Bul11cr
will make a lecture tour of middle-
western universities including the Un1-,
iversities of Iowa, Chicago, Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota, and Mlichigan.
Although the lecture topic has niot
been announced it is expected that he
will discuss some phase of his re-
search work on the higher fungi. Ac-
cording to Prof. 1-1. H. Bartlett of the1
botany department who heard one of
the papers' given at the Kansas City
convention, Dr. Buller is interesting
not only because of his contributions
to science but also because he pre-
sents his material in a, way in which,
they can be understood b)y laymen.
The lecture will be interesting and
something that no one interested in
natural science should, miss," Pro-
fessor Bartlett stated. Dr. Buller is
vice-president of the Botanical Soci-
ety of America.d
MOSCOW.- The government has
published figures which show 'that,
drunkenness and use of drugs. have
been increasing at an alarming rate
since the re-introduction of vodka' at'
the legal rate of 40 per cent.
Y~or every article for sale, thiere is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifled0.

Dayton Threatened By Million Dollar Fire,

AT THLE THLEATER
Today--Screen
.Arcade-"Little Annie Rooney,"
with Mary Pickford.
Majestic-"The Masked Bride,"
with Mae Murray.
Wuerth-"When the Door Open-
ed."
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) -- "S t ole n
( Fruit."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Man Who Game Back."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Rose-Marie."
New Detroit (Detroit) - "The
Grab Bag," Ed Wynn.

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Modern fire-fighting is all that saved Djayton, Ohio, from being laid waste more conpletely by fire than
it was by flood, it is declared by officials investigating the $1,000,000 blaze which ravaged a block in the heart
of the city. Photo shows some of the ruis

Louisiana Sate
University Will
Have New Cam'Paus
BATON ROUGE,, La., Feb. i8.-
Transfering the entire Louisiana State
university to an new, built-to-order,
campus near here costing $4,000,000 is
to be completed by 'April. The new
campus stands in a large magnolia
grove, on the banks of a lake. The
entire project was. financed at no di-

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rest cost to th~e taxpayers, by a special panile, erectedl by popular subacrip-l Read.
tax on oil, sulphur, salt and timber. t ion as a war memogrial- and contain- .,:...
Bus lines will carry students be-j ing' a carillon, a. gift of a citizen.$
tweens the two schools until all class- -
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