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February 16, 1927 - Image 2

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___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___THE MICHIGAN .DAILY

YALE~ DODOMOIFE R 'egents Select McMurry To Aid
Pill FBOfP flIRfl In Taking Land Survey Of Northern,

State
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e f ULLV I 1Vig [UiIIUU1U II x i neot~lg 01the Uoara
01 {e~entAin response to the Sug-
NEW HAEN, Conn., Fe b. 15 fc ll of the state departmnent of
Modifications inl the regulations gcv- c_ Profl Jl~. K. C. MVcMurry,
('2n71711adml'ission to Yale un1yciII "ctanhy departmntn, was
haive b)een m Ade 1)y the board of *tI>'I~ O rP with the state in
mliSRoIn, it b('ei1ca mkown ihere.,r!' jv''l= 14t he tehnlique of the Land
cenltly, when flterepolrt of Prof. Robf - k'''il( irvoy, whosw' purpose is'
ert N. Corwin, chairmnan of the boad, tl(y surve(I y il V I iurthierr
to Pe.James 11. Angell, and t i .it iff o( ctlI ; 1)y tilis Sui-
corporation was made public. Icy, Ii ureUP soil,-, l;? .o the,' landi,
{ t ; ~,I'll. is of imm~ens;e due:
1Onecl chl;An, tie "scholastI, ap ] il f 3t, ttCI S of((lii-O'vatlil.
tUl(le tes," has gi(,oneciO ef[fi ,and
will be reqi ei ,O eah t. in'.cn-Acworil has been dour lE',by the
didlate for :admission to tihe freshma:lli''api ine yi~ars of i L& exist-
class. h 211at-ly th' why le area
"It1 Inot irtendedO," Profe ssor Cor-'
,t;n 1(-1."ha ti tslshall sit-
I, c: (I anyOf elleet eu
of jugingprepa rdness for college
wr.I ts us e' will be tenltative at
fii t, util xperencehas ,shown iits 0i !h
" T b a d ( o pt 1 (i n o f t h is r". i r ' ~ I ( ~ i I l n 2 0 p r e t i
I. LS ot ignfyas is sometiale.-(as- ---- n'P2V1k \'eland, N. Y. Telegram.
IiTId htno applicant will be ad- L N
mited t o tle llndlrr anete schools, L N
whD'ea ItiODn, g i (10ll alnyllrcls: Vi,) r F),/* o
igE'subj)et is uti 'tsfactor. "YOUN

n,;orth;er1n Michigan will he mapped.
Now a rapidl, reconnaissance' survoy
hlas been proposed, whIose work would
W: to blhck in the condlitions over
the whole northern section of the
s.ate ini a relatively short time,
classifying lands and furnishing data
which will accelerate the work: of the
land Ecolnmic: Survey. It is this
probliem, nCeer before attempted byI
any .; >iate, with which Professor Mck-
Mulvrry iiill deal.
luriug; the corning summner Profes-1
sor1 IVIi,.II c, with assistants from :
the geography department, will work
on this survey, the department of

THEATRE

conservation taking care of all field Sulch a field course would be carried
e lp)()4.-s. If the plan works out asx on as lpart of the Summer session
ant icipated, it is hoped that it may ; curricula, a nd unique in character,
l'~ rcrriedi further through the geo- should a tTact advanced students
grpydepartment as a summer field, fromntere universities as well as'
course inl which graduate~ students; from llichiga1l. Tihe works of the
would make uIp at least part of the coming F mimer will determine justl
field party, how far this plan may be carried.
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dot Popularity, It Isis r is: o s e to Hold
Oler-Vl. hi i Pos.itively HI N, Awl blu'.
Last, Opportim ity to See IU.
You'll Say So To
T fEi-AUTIUL
NAHAIL AWHRN'

LAST - TIMES -- TO--NITS

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IMM~tORTAL. CLASIC

F r!d ey, Fe b. 2 .
-Seats, Fob. 12
stands just this s:, o du radse.
at east Ai
0, $2.00. $250 plutalx
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mneans half-cut

hairs, "Pulling" razors.

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Williams Shaving Cream corrects this state
of affairs by producing a lather simply satu-
rated with moisture. This moisture drenches

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the beard bristles soft for easy cutting.
all dealers, 35c and Soc.

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willolams Shaving Cream

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No more haunting, taunting
hot-pipe Blues!

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ETOMORROWI NIGHT ONLY
NON-PROFESSIONAL TRYOUTS'
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Tomorrow Night only, stage attraction at 8:30
between the first and second shows
O) N ' ilE $CJIEE N TOMORRtOW 1MGHT AD) ALANCE OF THE !W14K
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"THE HOT-PIPE BLUES" is now a back-numnv
ber ... a dirge of day's gone by. Pipes no
longer moan, "What'll I do?" They've
changed their tune to "Sweet and cool,"
and "Th lis is my lucky da y!" '
Sio, if your pipe still gets red-hot, it's ten-
to-one you're still smoking tobacco that's
cut too ine. Finely cut tobacco burns fast
and naturally smokes hot... PIPE tobacco
should be cut in large flakes ... slow-
burning .., cool-smoking!
Try this on your pipe: First ream it clean,
then fill it ftull of Granger Rough Cut ...
It's the latest pipe-hit, a perfecot classic,
never gets hot. Notice howe slow Granger 's
rough flakes burn... how cool it smokes.
Like a sea-bree :e from morning till night.
Granger ends all your pipe discord. For
it's neither sharp nor flat-but smooth
and "mellowdious"... Just keep your old
pipe packed with Granger and life'll, be
one long sweet song !

DAN
And you know site ill bring
more la fs tlian bag of
moitkeys as

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SPEED and F£MI'INv'IM
r> F I F4 BEAUTY-you h ave a
wonderful -'KICK' com
to you when you see Pr;
F cilila Dean in thisSZlir
, e., .. ;, fltcomedy-rjomance.
j J It's thrills and laughs-PlInJ

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cents, the foil-pouch
packcage, sealed in r J
gla Sitec, is ten cents.
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