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FRIDAYrFEBRUARY 19,%1026

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Yellw Epir's LAN

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CLE FRANGAIS
9 PRESENT PLAYS

Yellow Empire's
Newest Premier,
r . . TO BEDOISCUSSED

Two French Farces Will Be Produced
In 1Lace Of One Serious Drama
As In Other Years
WILL BE GIVEN APRIL 6
Two departures from traditions as-
sociatld with the annual French play
wil be instigated by its sponsors, the
Cercle Francais, this year. First, two
French farces will be produced, rath-
er than the one serious drama which
has hitherto been offered. In the sec-
ond place, the play will be given in
Mimesitheater, and not in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. The date is April 6.
Con tenting on the choice of plays,
Mr. H4 fred H. Brown, of the Romance
languages department, -who is in
eharge of the entertainment, explain-
ed tha: the intricacies and the finer
psychological subtities of serious
dramatis largely lost when presented
in an. unfamiliar tongue. For that
reasoig the plays selected this year,
are tacked with action and scenic
effects, and are not at all in a serious
vein. Whey are "Maitre Piere Pathel-
in," D~do's version of an anonymous
nediel farce, and "Les Deux
Sourd'. a modern comedy by Mo-
aux.
Although a list of the cast has not
yet been revealed, Mr. Brown observ-
ed that the available material for stel-
lar aswell as minor roles was unusu-
ally sdtisfactory. He further express-
ed the hope that the offering this year.-
might serve to revive the popularity
of the annual French play.
All !etting and costumes, differing
In deg ee with those of past perform-
ances, will be French in every detail.
VEASEY, '2,TO
SPEAK ON LA Wt
F OIL LEASES
Jan's H. Veasey, '02L, general
counsel of the Carter Oil company of
Oklahisma, will deliver a series of six
lectures on the subject of "The Law
of Oil and Gas" beginning April 20,
announced Dean Henry M. Bates, of
the iaw school yesterday. "Mr.
Vease ," said Dean Bates, "is one of
the leading authorities on the laws
pertaiing to oil and gas. He lectured
here several years ago and at the
time, }is lectures attracted wide in-
terosti among the legal profession of
the country. For the past few years,
however," continued Dean Bates, "he
has been unable to come here due to
the p essure of business. Mr. Veasey
will seak on the law regarding leas-
es, and the peculiar aspects and prob-
lems of this particular division of
law."I
Mr. Veasey's residence is in Tulsa,
Oklah ma, in which located the Car-
ter company, one of the largest oil
produ rs of the oil industry. He will
come .irect from Tulsa to deliver the]
lectur series to the students of,the
Law shool here.
SCRANTON, Pa.- Mining was re-
sumed .in the anthracite region today
when the vast army of underground
toilersf returned to their jobs after
being file more than five months be-
cause jf the strike.
Patrbnize Daily Advertisers. _

Y. 11. C. A. Secretary Will Be In Lane
Hall This Afternoon 'Lo Answer
Inquiries
CAMP OPENS IN JUNE

In order to acquaint interested stu-I
dents with the plans for the coming'
summer conference at Lake Geneva,
Wis., Roy McCullogh, state secretary
of the Y. M. C. A., will be at Lane
hall at 4 o'clock this afternoon to
answer all inquiries and discuss the
conference program.
The conference will be held from
June 15. to 25, and will take up prim-
arily "Campus and World Problems"
through the medium of discussion
groups lead by capable leaders. No
rigid regulations of curriculum will
be enforced this year, but the students
will be allowed unusual freedom inl
choosing those topics and groups j
which they are interested in.
Michigan had 35 students enrolled
in the Conference last year, which was
the largest delegation at the camp.3
The Lake Geneva club, consisting of
those students who have attended con-
ferences in the past, will have lunch-I
eon today at Lane hall.

Belgian Premier
Who May Resign
Resignation of M. Poullet, Belgian
premier, is expected shortly So great
that he is hissed wherever he goes.

Harris, the third member of this ex- manian government as a reservation?
sedition sent by the University Mu hor animals and naturai plants. t is
setum, left Annt Arbor more than tworn here that the party intends to make a IrVIgWarIQt,
weeks ago . two month's study of not only the"CHIROPODIST AN .
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lake, has been set aside by the Pana-' on the island, but also thier habits.
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SPRING FLOWERS
S"--Flowers speak louder
i than words."
We have an excellent assort-
ment from which to choose.
Phone 6030 State at Liberty
YI-
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Ilsi Shlh-Ying
Foreign governments hope Hsi Shih-
Ying, China's new premier, will have
more success in straightening out his
country's tangled affairs than his re-
cent predecessors.
FRENCH UNDER
LEA GUE'S EYE
ROME, Feb. 18.-The cross-exami-
nation of a great colonial power in
regard to the treatment of a weaker
nationality took place here today for
what is believed to be the first time
in history, when representatives of
France appeared before the Perma-
nent Mandates Commission of the
League of Nations to explain France's
administration in Syria.
The French spokesmen were Count
Robert de Caix, secretary general of
the French high commission in Syria,
and Count Gaston Clausel, director of
the French service of the League of
Nations.
For every article tor sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

gressing rapidly and that he expected
to have the entire unit opened before
April 1. The entire section of build-

New

n tings known as the old hospital are
Unit Opened being redecorated preparatory to
In Old Hos i~ their being reopened as the convales-
cent unit.
er unit of the convalescent Zoologists Will
of the University hospital
ened for patients yesterday Sail For Panama

Anoth
division
was op

morning in the old hospital building.
The section has been completely re-,
decorated and equipped since theI
building was vacated 'last fall.
Dr. Harley A. Haynes director of
the hospital, announced that the work
on the rest of the building was pro-

Proposing to study the animal life
conditions in the Panama district,
Frederic M. Gaige, of the zoology de-
partment, and Josselyn Van Tyne,
grad, will sail tomorrow from New
York on the S. S. Uristobal. W. P.

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T HIS WEEK

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' Eves. - 50c to $2.50
GARRIC K WedMat.50c to $1.0
Sat.Mat.50cto $2.001
Detroit Echoes Broadway's Praise of
"Stolen Fruit"
With These Three Stars
Ann Harding Rollo Peters
Harry Beresford
Sous ofIeaPIayhnIIs Nights 75c to $1.5e
Mats.Tues.,Thur.
UUIUUIUIUUUUUandSa, c-5
woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792
The BONSTELLE CO.
In John Eckert Goodman's Thrilling Drama
THE MAN WHO
CAME BACK
Lafayette at Shelby
Nights, 50c to $3-30
Sat.Mat. Sac- $2.75
Pop.Thurs.Mat. 5oc to $2.20 Cadillac 8705
Arthur Hammerstein's
Rose- Marie
_eg.Feb. 22-"-RAINDOW ROSF"

There is no secret about
the way in which we arrive
at our used car prices.
Anyone who is interested
may come in and get all
the details.
n. H. AL.ER
206 WEST HURON ST.
DODGE BROThRS 1DEALER~S SELL GOOD userl CARS

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211 SOUTH MAIN ST.
You Can't Go Wrong
on These Overcoats
at $2 7.5 0 They're
Regular $45.00 and
$50.00 Garments!
Maybe you don't need a new overcoat this season, but
at this price you can afford to invest this money and
put the coat away until next winter.
Men's Odd Trousers
tIatchi that coat and vest with a pair of these trousers,
and you have a new suit! English cut trousers with
wide bottoms and .more conservative styles, too. these
trousers would. ordinarily sell for $6 and.$7.
'OV NOW I'RICD VERY LOW

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