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'JIlL llt)AY ,-PEI31ARIY 25.192(;

THP MICHMAN DAIVY

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ILLUSTRA'TES LECTURE
General conceptions of the layman.::{:;:<:"
that. the usefulness of our forests are l
limited to their desirability for struc-
tural purposes and as a fuel, was de-
nied by Raphael Zon, Director of the r;"::
Lake states experimental station, ian
a lecture in Natural science building
yesterday afternoon, when he stated
that they have a direct effect upon
the distribution of rainfall in the
United States.
According to Mr. Zon, if our forest's
give out in thirty years engineers will
devise substitutes for use in con-
structing buildings but they cannot
replace the forests with an agent to '~ealIao
insure equal distribution of precipi- 3leie aoyl
tation. It is being predicted in Budapest
The talk was illustrated by graphs that Michael Karolyi, who. was presi-
showing the effect of, forests upon dent of the first Hungarian republic,
rainfall in the United States. Obse - will be head of the country's govern-
vations taken by Mr. Zon's department ment again soon.
showed a definite relationship between
forests and precipitationt on land NO LONGER D)IRECTOR.
many miles from the vicinity.f Lewis C. Reimann, who spoke on
The rain-bearing prevailing west "Northern Ontario" last night in the
winds entering the North AmericanI Natural Science auditorium, is no
continent from the Gulf of Mexico, he l longer director of the University fresh
explained, soon lose their moisture. air camp, as was stated in The Daily
However, in 'their passage over the yesterday. Mr. Reimnann has not been
intermittent forests of the eastern associated with the camp for more
coastal plain, moisture is picked up than a year.-
from them and dropped further north,'
and thus, a continual cycle of evapor--
ation and precipitation takes place I PA
with the forests as invaluable sources BEST PRIES
-of supply. Without the presence; of For Men's Used Clothing.
these forests the greater part of fthe Phone 4310~ 116 W. Washington
Central States region would be arid, H. BENJAMIN
Mr. Zon concluded.

Today-Sereen
Arcade-"The Eagle," w
olph Valentino.

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a tion, to be heldl at Holland, have justI The convention will assemble at a Cadillac, Big Rapids, Cheboygan; Al-
b e e c o p e e . T i i t i t t k s i n r J n 5 a h c i l i g 1.3P n , M d a d e o k y h r ~ o x
I i al bt hesoutheast corner of the$ Yost, director of athletics, will be the Greenville, Holland, Grand alaven,
lowerpenisula or all territory west principal speaker, Business sessionsI Ionia and Allegan.
rra "~ ~ ~ ~~~o a line drawn from Bay City to Ad-f and some recreation will fill the fol- A h it ititcuelo
M E I I NGSI E' T nIran and also includes in its terri- lwn a.Cusi h ititae
tory some of the strongest Michigan; Lansing, Battle Creek, Jackson, GrandI Port Huron, President Clarence Cpoif
alumni clubs. Ridils Sturgis, Three Rivers, 'Little" will be the speaker.
finar ti .r A ,nnnnonc: Prone. c, L Pr..l.r - -

Majestic-"Bright Lights," with
Charles Ray.
Wuorth - ".Flaming Waters,"
with Mary Carr.

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Garrick (Detroit) - "S t oIe n of Michigan Alumni within M~ichigan
Fruit." were announced today by T., Hawley~
Playhous irfTa)pinig field secretary of the Alum-
Bonstelle:.lyhue(Detrot)- iniassociation.
"The Mlan Who Camne Back." .1 The first will be held at Port Huron
-a I; May 15 and 16 when delegates of the
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) - ninth district will convene. The tenth
"Rainbow Rose." 1(district convention will be held June
I 25 and 26, and the eleventh or upper
' New Detroit (Detroit) - "Amt-J peninsula district will hold its con-
erican Born," George M. Co- ventthe Oct. 7 and 8 at the time of
han. the district convention of teachers.
I Plans for the tenth district conven-
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G ARRI C I Wed. Mat. 50c to $1.50
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
"Remiarkable for its story and powerful presen-
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of
"Stolen Fruit"
With These Three Stars
Ann Harding Rello Peters
Harry Dereslord
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Bonslelle Playhouse Mats.Nih7cTurs. ,Thn r.
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In John Eckert Goodmnan's Thrilling Dram
"THE MAN WHO CAME BACK"1
Next Mon., George M. Coian's "Song and
D~ance Man."
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Schuert atayHI5Nights, 5oc td $2.501I
Sat.Mat. 5OC- $2.00 1
Pop.Thurs.Mat. 5oc to $i.5o, plus tax. Cad. 87051
The Colossal Musleal Show
RainbowRosel
Cast of 6o
Countless Charleston Charmner.

Whitney ::Theatre
Mon., Tues., Mirch 1-2
Seats on Sale
$3.30, $2.75, $2.20, $1.65
M~essrs. Shubert Present
IN HEIOELBEfRG
~60* MALEQtORUS -60
Book and Lyrics.
By i[ rotlhy Donnelly
music by
Sigmund Romberg
Entire Production Under the
Personal Direction of
Mr. J. J. Shubert

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3fieligan Locals
Topical Commnents
Alice Cartoon
Pictorial News
Arcade Review
Orchestra and Organ

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