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I RU)AY, JANU:ARvy 74, 1.927





.~l~A ' ssucatcd IPress) To the northward broods the sole
OF I LI TERPiATl.GIRE.DETROGIT,-Four state parks in }'a novr- hninz m',yo Crt-e v

MA Y PUJRCH SEin the 19th century entered into the
evidence presented today by the de-
IN UPPER PENINSULA tense in the 'water diversion hiearing


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berore speciali master Charles E±.


U~elWillilitl6 111de~u Ul Itul j

that section of Michigan's Upper Pen-; Gumi, Big Sea Water, the mighty Su-
{ orliin 31z13iizison, Edl or Of New Fork' insular called Hiawatha land may be ! perior. To the south stretch watery
Maziiilte, las ifiet Authors purchased by the state to preserve a1 plains, but a degree less titanic, of
In "o T'bree Dii-islo s share of the Inudian country if a prof- *'Michigan and Huron. Between these
---- i ect uznderw ay by the state departmeit latter, sparkles the northern jewel, the
CIESVAIUSWO KS f conservation is successful. TheI Fairy Isle, called Michilimack~inac by
esARIUnowVO privately owned, are Tali-!teOiwa.-
u -n al, h icue'Rcs Sprinkled across the far spaces of
Gizving e Paznitls and readings from Porcupine Mountains in the vicinity'Hiawatha Land are dozens of smaller
the ti.orks? of 'Waldo Frank,. Dr. *Wil-,of Ontonagon, and most uniquje of a1, i lakes, and copper and iron mines
Ham al-ls Wilias, wnnerof h itchit-i-ki-pi, the Big Sprinzgs, near filled with riches of unknown quanti-
Mnsiuetis NieypretoMihgnsDial award lfor 1.924, la. is. C ummings, 1The immortal hunting groundcs of!ties.ininfet pret o higaen-
ad Kennth Durko, G'orham M~usona, Hiawatha, famed by Lcxgfellow, have cry within this district, protecting.
d ew York critic and editor of "Sec- changed little since the red m-ren iroam-'hti ef fisoceaoni


Falls are the largest of the northern Hughes.
-falls, fifty feet in height and 200 feet The historical significance of thec
wide. Far from the haunts of men, as early water routes' connecting the
yet, they roar and tumble in their deep lakes with the Mississippi valley was
wood recesses, accesible ^nly by river pointed out by Dr. James Alton James,
tripfromNewbrryprofessor of' history at Northwestern
tripfromNewbrry.university, in his' testimony for the
Evid ncej Illinois sanitary district and its o
[ear' ~ defendant states, In relation to the
constructioi of a mnodern waterwayl
Lake Watr T iallinking the 'Midwest with the gulf.
Lake ater rial The importance of such a canal in
l its relation to public health in con-
4 ~(By Associated Press) snrection with the disposal of sewagei
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13.-Primitive was discussed by the second witness
trade routes discovered and developed I called by the defense, 'Horace 'T.
by intrepid trappers and scouts operat-! Ramey, assistant engineer of the sani-
ing in the Great Lakes regions early taMry district.

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No more needs be said of Rusco Brake Lining. Ask the n
whilo has''them on his car. Our Laundry Service ranks us withtc
b est. Gall us foi appointments.
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ceson"a literary magazine, out- edl the woods. The advance of civiliza-j
lined the meaning and hopes of the 'loon has not marred the lonely silence,
"Nweo School of American Litera-, and a primeval bush p~rojects its tra-
ture" yesterday afternoon. ditions.
Mr. Munson classified, contemporary It was Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, one
American authors into three groups. time Indian agent at Mackinac Island
Tfhe first of thease, the oldest group, and Saulte Marie, friend of the Objib-
arel the onies who maintain the clas- ;ways, who detailed Indian life and lore'
.-Ical standard. The middle group, to Longfellow.
xV ho took part in a romantic revolu-
tion from the classical style, includ-
edl 1.1. L. Mencken, Theodore Drieser,!
Sherwood Anderson, andI Carl Sand-'-
buarg. The last group with which Mr. Th1i ig ~
uIi'son dealt is the most recent of
t.( t hree and is the group that is I at
do.ing the experimental work which
will mark, the future trend of the.
art of writing in America.
Mr. Munison coinpared the cultu-1
ral needs of America with those of1 O I vTer I I
European countries. In the latter,l
hie said, there is a fixed culture and
the trenid of contemporary literature!D LCO S UI
is in a stage of revolution from th~at DE IIUlU
standard. In America on the con- APPETIZING I
trary there is no such fixed standard OE ED A
of literature and the processes and.
visions are coCntinuatlly changing. 1 LO\X PRICES.
'I1lertefora the ctiltural ntieds ofthtis_
country are directly opposite to those .
of Fi.rone.f
The second part of the lecture was j Cheerful, efficient.
given over to',an interpretation of the1,
work and the importance of the workI food from our modeftsew m.M. unnithse
-work as a critic of the contemporariestoyu
considers the 6foremost interpreters
and exponents' of American life and
American literature. These interpre-
tations were in the form of minuteSpcaChke i
reviews and included sketches from'
the life anid writings of these men.
LONDON.-.Ambrose McEvoy, pit1 39SuhMi t c
er, known for his portraits of women,
died of pneumonia ecently at 48.

_wild life.
The Tahlquanienon or "Black Water"
OSLO.-At the opening yesterday of
the Storting, King Haakon announced
new legislation would be introduced
providing for more severe penalties
for crimes ccm-mitted by persons uin-
dher the influence of drink.

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P'hone 7418.


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Bobs for Parties, and Coaster Bobs.



jiRead The Daily "Class ified." Columns

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tservice brings the
!cn, sanitary kitchen

inners on Sundays.

Ceatvr41e Coc
Improved in Quality'
f. o. b. Flint, Mich.
Former Price $645
0'a w~iot1Ra s ette

ross from the Wuerth Theatre

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of Sundays - It To ol- Dol Juaji
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The First Night-(Smniles)
The Second Nigh-(Sighs) (,
-The Third Nigh t-(Oh! Oh!)
ti _C-
Finigers that found the
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that found the soul of at
iv~omian-----a wiaster of imusi-
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' thae spotlight - danigerous
- in the iooatiigt-Napol-
- eon of love--but lie cam-
A John ' 4 Jr a 'e ne too often.
Vranicls Dillon itr

B~eautiful Chevrolet
in Chn'roa hiIstory*

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The Coach
Ve.rner price, $765
The Coupe


For'mer price, $6.45
The Sedan$
Former price, $6,t
The Landau $
Former price, $735
The Touring Cal;
!'rice includes JBalloon
tires and steel disc
wheels. Former pt ice
$535 with balloo~n tires
The Roadster
Price includes Balloon
tires and steel disc
wheels. Former price
$535 with balloon tires
The Sport Cabriolet
VHntirely new model
4 cas scqcunai lT


New .an iMarvelously eauti. l Fisher -Bodies
,,--a host of ehnc a lhi-proementu .ew
F&,ea*turea found osiiy on the costliest cars
-Imiplus an amazing, reduction in orices
America has always e~:pected g' cat things from its greatcst industry. But the
announcemrent of the Yle':t Beautiful Chevrolet has been the automotive sensation
of -all time!
here is a car which in beauty, luxury, quality and modern design challenges
the cosp.'est circaticns of the day.
llere, in a price class where avcrage standards have been the 111le, is now offered
agar so far beyond all expe .ctation Chat ccrnpaiisons cease to exist.
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l-Ton Truck (Cha-ssis Only) $495
'A-Ton Truck (Chassis 0111y) $395
B alloon tires now staindardl on all models
All Price, F. 0. B. Flint, Mlicht

And Big Star Cast
(Co- Starring


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w 11:00 and 3:35
Adults, 35C
Children, i10e
a:()0 and S:35





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