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SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1926
GET PUBLIC AIRING
SAnulrews A ;s State Authorities To
IDo Poling; Sa y s G~ovrnmnt
ivill (check Supply
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(By Associated cress) a%$a
WASHIINGTON, March 13. - Cni
Cof-dence that the whole prohibition
question will be 'aired publicly by the,
Senate judiciary committee was ex-
presed yesterday by authors of modi-q
fication bills after a sub-committee to.a
consider those measures had been ap-.....
pointed.
Coincident' with these expressions,
Assistant-Secretary Andrews, of the
1teasury, issued a cas'e against "spy r'
.systcms" in federal prohibition en- f
forcement. He called upon the state ......Jf
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authorities to do the policing while'
the government concentrated on
checking illegal sources of supply.-Q
rThe judiciary sub-committee, with I - l
a :t!If AA'Carf T1nti .lpUiICUII, ' nlnvnranI0 inteenthaThoreRo-

GGEHISETBIHFN FOE? ADVANCED STUDY IN EUROPE
To improve t he duality of educ at ion According to the regulations of thej
aiid the practice of the arts and pro- f.)uudation, the stipend will not exceed
efssicuis in tho Uniited States, andI to I $2,500 in normal cases for a. year or
provide for the cause of better inter- 12 months. Although the appoint-I
itioaal untlerstainding, Simon Gurg- inent s will ordinarily be made for one
genlieini. former unitedl States sena - year, the trustees will considler plansj
tor, and Mt~rs. Gulg ,enheim, have es- which invc-v'e two or three years of
talislhed a $3,000,000 fellowship fund, !study. AMembers of the teaching pro-
the intecrest from which will be used 'fession who have rec:eived sabbatical1
to mintain from 40 to 50o studlent s in leave n toll or part time salary will
irlvaiiced study abroad. ? ^uonsidered oneqa terms with
Theo awardIs, which will 1)e first other' candildates. ofth
;ran td for the academic year of +? accord with, thewihsote
1026-27, are intended for men and wo- 1(donlors, the grants will be known as
nen of high intellectual and personal1 the John Simon Guggenheim :Memorial
qualifications, ti=.no have alIready dean- d fellowships, in memory of a son, who
onstratedl unusual capacity for pro- ld in 1022, immediately prior to his
[ucti ye scebolarship or uniusual artistic i phi uned entrance to college.!
IThe ft!lowships will not. be restrict- .,
Ex;cept. for thet' ?'quir cirh'jit of c ifi- !ed ( to cand;'dates interested in any
oenship, which maay be Wv ain~edl 1inx- lart ionic r field of knowledge, nor wi ll~
c eptionl Icase's.trig ttrustees of t h,., Ihey 1w onfined to academic or ar-
rountda lieu have prsib'e)iOd 11no ob4t!". unb e8iljects. Application forms
ura uitica tions for i lie ap1plicanots. Ilia y be secured from Henry A ll I
;enerz=l, howevel, it is expactedl that Moe, 500Vetai'V. John Simon Cluggen-
hle ages of the appo_ ;intee s will n t 1be helmi Memorial foundation, 2306
lss th an 25 nor more t h~an 25 years., Pershing building, New York city.

AT THlE THEATERS
Today-Screen
Arcade- "Lady Windermere's
(Fan," -with Ronald Colman.
( :Majestic-"The Blackbird," with
Lon Chaney.
Wuerth-"The Vanishing Amer-
lcan," with Richard Dix.
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) - "Dancing
( Mothers," withMary and John
( Halliday.
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Song and Dance Man."
Shubert Lafayette. (Detroit) -
( "Chariot's Revue."
New D~etroit (Detroit)-"George
( White's Scandals."

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Infirmnary Filled r ed beyond capacity and mnatiy stuidelts
are being forced to treat thlie disease
With Grippe- Casesi in their rooms, according to Dr. Wr
ren E. Forsythe, director of the Health
More than 100 cases of gripperve.* ________
ieen reported to the HeIalth service inI
the last three days, with the result For every article ror sale, there is
[that the infirmary facilities are crowd- a buyer. Reach' him thrun'Classifieds.

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Week T e B NS E L Nights. 50c to $1.59
Beginning h O T L EMatinees
Tuesday, 1hlursdity
linaMarch 1 P AY OU ESaturday
W~oodward at Eliot _________________ lnae 979?2
--nThe First Release for Stock Purposes of
A' Comedy of Conventions
"W HY N
By Jesse Lynch 'Williams, Author of "Why Marry"
Which Won the .Pulitzer 'Prlie
"What the New York Critics Sad :
"Ripping Success. The Most Brilliant, the most polished and the,
most consistently amusing comedy of Vae eason. It is Shawe at hih-
soundest and Wilde at his wildest."-New York Herald.
"A play bubbling over. with smart, satire.", The Morning World.

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as chairman, was instructed to con- ivelais1 not a aii a candidate for the
s ider the modification bills and make opublican noiainfrgvro
recommiendtations as to puli hear- of New orkc, Rep. Clarence MvacGr eg- OPENINGA PRFR ANEt~771A7 'i
igSentrsEge epbica, o,"wet," will seek the noinatioir - ENGAGMENT1A11 7Vl
N e Jesey, darrd, emcrat, Nle Iiaths young Teddy runs, MacGregor will I'" C1 [PLEASE NOTE LIMITED N EG NT4 AY O L]
Jersey, and BruceDemocrat, Mary-1
land, appeared last Monday tom aigurge ay
ubitearings atthe dcarWon- Yisconsin Plans
tent of a sub-comimittee tor take up f Ilfedical Building 1't11s
he wet bills, caused distinct' surprise oc- J ~ j
t the capitol. Proponents, however,1(
ever had given up hope that the Son-I MADISON, Whis., March 13.-Definite
te cinwaae would adhere to its long estab- atowstkeby the board of re- A a aSTRY w
is,hed practiceor of granting hearings gents of the Universitye ud of Wisconsin 1,u I1
aT ere 'g whena they passed an appropriation of
BohSnaosEdge and Bruce ex- 1$1,500,000 t eue for a new six
ressedthatisfaction wth the erson- ±story medical buidding adjoining theH a j '
ie Il of the sub-cominttee, despite that I Wisonsin general hospital. Science 181e ~A. Aovlg. LA-e,
* t includes H only one avowed wet-( hall, the old headquarters of the nedi-.
enator Reed, Democrat, Missouri. cal school, will be vacated as soon as
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