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NY, , ANT'AI Y 28, 1927

THE'fVITCT-41CAN D, %YLY

AGPI THREN

~,y ANI RY 8, 127 HE MCHIGN DILY B._

NJ HLL ADREISADLER AND 'HOAD "JN ).SIY O BERLIN HWL I~~
U flfl~~~~~ Prof. Herbert C. Sadlerl head ofM f 1 Tfl~~
IliiAUII1INdepartment of marine £;.oi wiie 'DI'. 1L'E NEX ThURo'SDAY 'of1K2- iiui iurii,

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p~ B~e1~ (IerrynaAndflyer Will
Af-? o Sp k At Conveniton
In Vrand Rapids
: 1 f THEE INAPRIL

and Prof. William C. He ad, of thle
1 municipal and 'sanitaryg enugineerin
departmnent, have left to attend the
Great Lakes Tidewater conference, as
representative~s of the University. 'Tuiel
conference held its opening sessionr,
yesterofay at Muskegon.
..''Tho eanfcrcmec has'rbee'n orfranrted

orgaie '.CheImitry t ishe IUn:iv Z
of Berlin, will speak upon "The 'tTSe
of Radlio Eleirnemts as Indic 0--os' aot
8 o'clock Pt "CI Thursdlay 111i C(nn~
cal) amp:ihe tr.

tho chemistry dop-
Ili ed 'aithol-iy C.n

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Prof Thomas E. Rlankin of the rhe-"t tietcvu
tonc epi ~mttent is to be the pri- who ame ecgiz d
eipal speakr at a state convention this ~ranch of er in.:;e
of the ^ 4$i gunt Author's asscainai( Offer r ("nedy to th
to be'l c1~, ight in the Pantlind hotel' frontig th o plofc
in .., 4 'apids, professor Rankin, irn regard to le When
who is, known to Michigan authors for water quetion. Both
hlia oticl-evaluatiofls of ontenpor- j lr and Professor H~
ply ltd tie, has chosen as his topic,?konithsdvin
"The 13acl ground of the Novel of To-'koni hsdvso
and have bee} connc
(lay." investigation for some
The Assoiation', which was organiz-
rd in 1910, ;has until this year almost i V~l MHa
exclusively a Detroit body. A few out-
state jsidents were on the member-#1
ship jt011 i with allmeetigs conftin- .0.'A;.
ed to Detr~gt and most of its members!t .
resideT,. t1s Asso iation was regard-f^Y°r'
ed as puare ka Detroit affair. Reorgan- t<
ization 'aBear ago brought about thet
decisliqu to hold a mieeting in western "f
MVichigan. l{ tllwn ;the Grand Rapids
ineeti g, t net convention will be
Ial iAd ..n Arbor on April 28, and a
sainmVI l -*m on Mackinac Island
T.. ew!Asocition aims to pro -__________
mote the interests of authorship in the .
state, and to that end enrolls both au-'
thors and those who give auhors moral
support, according to Lawrence H.T n"
Conra d, of' th rhetoric department s;
w ho was Actively 'identified with the
reorgvnq z ti0P plans. The really pi-
oneering, rovements in literature, Mr.'t
Conrad, le yiees, always will begin in
th e Middle'West.The state of Michigan "."
has a large number o£ important liter-
ary figures, 1air. Conrad declared, but tns faridsra'itrss eu. :
have not Inownl who they are, nor Ef
have wwc Vkn their work the atten-
tion it reserves. He mentioned espe-__________
cially the. works of Arnold Mulder,'
whose novels: are studies of the sturdy No more needs
Dutch stckl of western Michigan; Lee who has thm on h
Smits, cC 'D1etroit, whose novel "TIhe best. Call us for a
S3pring Flit" has a Michigan back- ~ Jm s B a
grud .Ivan Swift, poet and painter, t
of Har or Springs; and Arthur J. Mui- 417 EAl~T JITiON
lenberg, author of "Prairie" a distinc- .lGLI . ~.~ /
tive Middle-Western novel by a man
who is at present teaching at Michigan
State College.
At the Grand Rapids 'meeting, in ad-
dition to Pr, fessor Rankin's address,
Mr. Nathan . Bowen, vice-president
of.the Detroit Saturday Night and a lit- a
erary critic., will spreak an "Book Re-
viewing;" Mrs. Myrtle Keen Cherry-
iman and Mrs. Helen V. Blyer, both of
Grand Rapids, will entertain with
readings.
The present offcers of the Associa-
t66n are Michigan graduates. Arnold
Mulder, '00, president, author of "The'
Outbounc.YWd," and "The Sand Dc;-
tqrr" aad-,other novels, is at present
} tor ,c The H1olland Sentinel. Law-
t acew'P r ad, '23, vice-president,I
author cf the novel "Temper," and aI
ajlumoe f essays called "Thre Author's
(find, i a member of the rhetoric
epartmmt of the University. Dr.I
eorge 14,Fuller, '05, secretary-treas-
" rer, is also of the Michigan Historical
~mmiss'on, located at Lansing.
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authlorities3 In
tod are ithwell.
of ngneein BEN~ ATE. in~no3Aie.an
~ec~ ~t heohe o~er rg ijeciis r
time swlting n n n Cto .atwv

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George C. Smith, general manager
o;' time Canton company, rBaltimnore,
Ad., and lecturer in real estate at
Jo hn,, liopkiis university, will tali
a, ~1:3~0 oclcok M,',; day, in room 200
hpanial. The subject of his talk
L, b "induvstrial iSurveys and Log-
- rl (omnity IDevelopnient.'
~Xf. Sithha., made industrial sur-
.: mrecoral nait es Ithan any
otuei~irPC'30 1i thi'(country1, ac cord-
tg o Pr 'of. i". Id. I,"-,hr, of the School
fr5 lie "' ?T .' l !I y under survel
and thca dc es UC5 h'',-lstr'al cnfle
r which the community is best
s;" d, to locate theore.
The Canton company is the oldest
and largest industrial real estate firm

in the United States. They handle 25
per cent more transportation of
freight than any other firm. Mr. 'Smith
is also executive vice-president of the
I ,altimore association of commerce,
an spc cia l assistant to the presidents
toe Pal tore and Ohic, and the
Pennsylvan 1ia railroads. Formerly lie
was instr'uctor of economics at Cor-
nell university.
Following the speech there will be
a dinner at the Union open to the pub-
lic. Mr. Smith will speak on financial
problems in industrial location. This
zne-ting will close in time for those
'attending to reach the Kreisler con-
cert.

TOOAY1AND)
SATURDAY

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Fl-, , ,

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tation was launched "against the at- ROME.-Hon. .ic Abina Gibson,,
titudle of violence adopted by the who attempted to assasinate Premier
United States in Nicaragua," and the Mussolini last April, has been remove,
students club has sent a message to from Jaitl to a pyhraii ln v
a professors' 'onvention asking the the outskirts of "Lorn' 'llv i iIi
professors to join in the nmovement. quiry.

S UDNTS SEND PROTEST
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.-.Organizations'
of students in Brazil and- Chili have
protester against the sending of r
United States marines into Nicaragnia
to bolster up the conservative iDia:z
reginme. In. Santiago a-public manifes-

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MATIINEES
fePLAYHOUSE x Tutes., Thunrs., Sat.
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tobacco is
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A gooC
Deserves
other toba
best that's
sweetens
Being r
burn slow~
... mild ..
Cut bring
It brings p
life of any

3PIPE! Looks as though he's gone
gs! He was a good pipe, too. Thc
.Lndreds. Carefully, cerem oniously
But like many another, he'si
I a chance. He's been aboused...
.. treated like a dog!.
~isn't it, how a man will. spend
-ting a pipe and yet, never give a
thought to his 'tobacco-when
s really the thing that makes or
ipe?
d pipe deserves good tobacco.
Granger Rough Cut ! For no
acco is so certain to bring out the
' in a pipe. No other tobacco so
a pipe or keeps. it so sweet...
rough cut, too, its large flakes
vand smoke cool. Cool... spicy
..;and mellow ! Granger Rough
gs joy into the life of any pipe.
perfect pipe satisfaction into the
y pipe smoker.

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