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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WEDNESDAY. APRIL 20, 1927

LOCAL NIGHtIAr Officer Given
TEAM W INRS'.DEBATE Psto
1W1ll Meet Roseville iHere in Semi. f2
Final Series; Rogers City, Albion
Are Also Qualified iJf.;"
PLAN ENTERTAINMENT
Ann Arbor High School is one of
the four high schools still represented
In the race for the state debating
chamnpionship as a result of its victory ....,
over Plymouth in the fourth elimina-
tion series of contests held Friday,s'r
April 14. The other schools who sur- "
vived the last debates and will enter
the semi-finals are Albion, Rogers
City, and Roseville.
The semi-final debates will" be held
on or before April 29 with Roseville
a t Ann Arbor, and Rogers City at :.::.
Albion. Ann Arbor and Roseville will
mieet April 27. The affirmative side.........f..
will be taken by Ann Arbor and Al- rfr
bin n si h rvosdbtsthe question will be "Resolved: That
the United States government should
own the coal' mines." ICol. W111 ~n B. 1od ue cof the I l ted
Following these debates the two States enineers' office, New Y ork,
winning schools, will meet May II' has been Iap -)Oilte'1 (igintcl eolliflL5
in Hil11 auditorium in the championship sioner of t[hi t t f Col nbiati
debate. The chairman and judges' umn the office in June.
have not yet been announced, but as-
in the case of former years, will prob- OERI-ve10nnaeben
ably be chosen from the University cOnsirei for residen hrebin
facuilty. conideed_ fr_ pesidntere
For the benefit of the urge num-!
ber of high school students expected
in Ann Arbor to attend the final con-4
test, plans for entertainment during
the day of tile debate have been made. R P IH
Among these are tours throughout the
University buildings and grounds td TilE
be conducted by campus guides. There~
will be one of these tours in the
morning and two in the afternoon. LAST TIMES _
For those high school pupils wish-
ing information' concerning the Uni- A TRIUMPfUb
versity, a conference has been ar-
ranged at which talks will be given
by Prof. W. A. Frayer of the history, ,__
department, , Robert A. Campbell, ^
treasurer of the% University, and s
Registrar Ira M. Smith. A

Princeton Scientist Plan ,Memorial For'l
Disproves Theories Harvard War Dead
Regard ing Helium1I Definite jl~tis to raise funds for a
1 Lniversity church Which will be a
!PRINCETON, N.' J.-Experiments ieoilt h 7 ivadmi h
conducted here by Dr. C. B. Kistia-;i
kowsky, research fellow of Princeton diedl in the, World \V:Ar are now being
university, disproves the claim of put inlto) effect, it w:.s announced r-
German scientists that helium has c entlv,.
been produced from hydrogen in the The project is in no sense a drive
laboratory. Prof. Hugh Scott Taylor, or a campaign. Pamnphlets are now
chairman of the department of Chem- being sent 0111 to all 1-larvard menf
istry said in an official statement: r(describing the plan which will give to
"The early' claims of the German in- everyone an opportunity thrat should
vestigators that transmutation of hy- be welcomed to perpetuate the names
drogen into helium has been achieved -____--______ __
have not been substantiated by the
Princeton experiments which were
carried out under much better ex- Coloraeo College
perimental conditions and with cata-
lytic metal of controlled high activi- Colorado Sprhig'N-At the hoot4
,ty..
"No ilelium has been observed,"
t Professor Taylor continued, "which .
cannot be attributed to minute leak- -~
*age of air into the apparatus. The >
critical experiments were in every
case negative. These conclusions are
in accord with the more recent studiesE
of Professor Paneth."<
MINNESOTA ,-4'Minnesota" is the
~name of the new marching song writ- I
ten for the University by John Phiillip
Sousa.
OHIO UNIVERSITY-This year wo-
men are playing in the band.3
- LAST TIMES1

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CASH
For Your
Old Clothes
Call Sam
DIAL 4306

Ypsiln ti Normal Concert Course
CARL FRIEDBERG, Pianist
Allt1 Chopin r' ai P eAutd itorlium
l'lI~~(a* , A ri ~. , :~ . . lit rle 1,, s $22.0{).

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ho gaveI

their live'; for their country.

LASTTWO A-/PERTFORIMANCES TONIGHT!

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Summer School
of Pike's Peak-juite 1-July p~
"NN
,fi e Fsprings
to study ONi
l' sui wnr. Bring
Your 4ar and
go hn k among
the Ilfltioutitii
for the week-
endstl. Sianad
;irid courses ii
the fhrA, ralnkr
giefuuli ('r('(I-
it. G~et ahead
'vilh Your
Blakie 111)sOnie
t( of tho4se Iwlih'h,
S are aekitng.

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PRESENTING
ULC the tl1ostrFamous o

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S. AM ASF
believabl, I Ilie char-
at t0o conclusion of
e'.,,li performnc(e.

ANT RETURN

Colorado Springs
In the Shadow of Pike's Peak.
For Particulars Address

GUY H.
Colorado College

ALBRIGH-T, Director
Colorado Springs, Colorado

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'-lrl~vel to uttysteriotis (Chi-
1)11, f~ii tess a talle of
stratli ge love ait dsI ranlger
of thbrills anid eaurty suchl
- as you'erarely meut on
t 1w scrcen.
Yoi~WOI'tbe d is -pipoiiit-
cad i ; f ,. agrc alvst of all
l~an ('S te y's starrirlgye.-
hich (hauy tanazing
e ~:li theill-fated
('omedy N w -Locals
A r,,-,h Orchiestra

Aisted by
Louise Dresser
Renee Adoree
Ralph Forbes
William Nigh
'I)hItd by
Annfi' May 'Wong

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with
LOIS MORAN,"
OWEN MOORVI
and, HENRY B.
WAL THALL

The road to adventure!
The roadh to romance!
The road to fascinating
m ystzry!

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The Epic Photoplay of
The Heroes of Peace!.
- never .such spectacular
thrills filmed before!

A ~etrqo d3~
'1vI pcr PCu=

STARTING TOMORROW

Here's a Story Worth
Listening To ! And Its
Alive with SCANDAL !

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ThJe Fire Cihiefs of Amer-
ica got together to help
prat on- the .screen the
trute, the smashinug story
of the reap heroefi of
peace. Here it is-a pic*-
ture that -will help yoi
hive every thrilling, throl)-
bing mnomjent of the army
of fire-fightlers!

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ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF

(Odorless Cleaning)
Zwerdling Building

SEE :
j Daring rescues from
burning buildings!
W h o 1 e companies
<' <<May McAvoy buried under falling
Charles Ray wls
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Ladies'. Dresses, Coats and Suits-
A reduction on all' garments of
50c

Scenario by Alfred,
A. Cohn. From the
story by Kate Cor-
baley.
lDirected by
William Nigh

i ne greatest moclern
fire-fighters and appar-
atus in action !
Behind the scenes of
a smoke-eater's life !
A thousand thrilling

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moments
Action !

and action !
Action!

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