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'THUR:SDAY, MAY ;, 19)27

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

PACTJTT~r

askr T A R IL TDirector OfUnIx ersity He alth Service .
'[Ul'F ItI T PR[ IS 1OENI'ELEC
FRPIEF GHj Indorses Local Can cer Week Catlp1r y gni ou
IsST IC E ON TO R11l~Idoisemnen of publicityvoncornin;, exi .sltcSi1a that: of a girl 20 years'
Jienj aain YI. Wheel r, Thii er :ii j' 1)1<UMin the pi oposed observance ofl'Catncer ia'fl ci ee( Ifall attemipts at cure
Calfo nMirlad Ii w xeek in Ann Arbor and throughout s:, ald prove a wa ring to the pub-
iVi the country Mlay 0 to I {', was gi Yen ; P.:, and hishi wrning ;agta lest the
'_____yesterday by Dr. Wairren E L F1'V1r}y h, C(odit ±lns pPO( )1cat ive of calleer;
hA ONRRYDGRE'~ irecer ofthe tUIilivolrsi :y ilE;,F] t h ccv tw. : it. is; hJ pc ,by hose ii1(:ha rge
~'which the studeints of t he iUniversty 111iw, or sinoker's Cancer, de velop-
lkJ njaniin Ide Whxeele'r, presidlent ay phlay in the t1pfc l'a511-jg o a netedrlE i'arun
e meritus of the Uni1verSity of Calitor - 4I what peculiar on1e, but nl eerthele:s; ti" 2 mouthx, (aused1 frouil pipe smoking.
loa an;ahro ejmnW~b. .~important. 1is a c~miiioii form. to be guardled.
Wheeler of the histor"y departmexant ai x Canc'er in thme common form is veryv rgainst. AlIso one should be suspicious t
died rruesd; y in Vienna at he, age I rarely found in the younger or even of gan irritaltions or sores of the skinl
of 73yersle. :ouin.Erof mridl e-aged generations,' said IJr '. iii-1.Ike tissues," Br. h orsythet
in company ith heis son, who h lad Forsythe. However, cases of it do stated.E
b)een grantedl a y ear's leav~ of absece'
search work at Vienna and Mfrs.
Wheeler, in tlwhehesoimrvg
his health, which has been failngfcr,
several years.-
Mr. Wheeler was personally Iac-I F% ~T u-I
clanelwith a larme number of the x ; GREEN 11\LE 1'~N N
mxembers of' the faculty and'..
others conniectedl withx the Ifni- ",
versity, includling President Em~neritus ' I
Marry Burns liutchiias. in 1897?whe -. Luncheon, l11 :30-1-]:30
ceived the honorary degree of LL.).1 ly .Brruarmi io
Lloydte UnivBertrandldairereaile }I Dinner, 5 :3-7 :00
fromtheUnivrsiy, ad dliveed hhas been selected to navigate the Bel-
.,ominencement address of t~ aelnapaei the attept tefl
year. Ibis last visit to Ann Arbor was ac ln nteatmtt l .
mtade in, the fall of 1925.1 from New York to Paris for the ?$25,-= Special Parties by Arrangemnent.=t
"Mr. Wheeler was particularlyr ac- 1000 Orteig prize. The Bellanca plane, E
titre inl studlent affairs,," said Mr". llut- !I withi aviators Chamberlain anxd Acos- Phone 9646 205 South State St.
.chins yesterday. "1,'ven as a young to flying, broke the world's endurance -
mnen he was an easy, graceful analI flight record recently anti is reported 6
'effective speaker. i ready for the new long-distance test. ==

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KUNZ WILL GIVE
TWO TALKS HERE

B IATES WILL GIVE
THREE TALKS AT
SVIPcIT$JI~A 'cH~flf

Fritz Kunz, international lecturer I~
of the Theosophical society, will do-
liver two public lectures on "Prob-1 Dean Henry M. Bates, of the Law
eusof the East and West," and "The 1 school, left Tuesday' afternoon for
W'orld Teacher and the World Crisis," University, Va., where he is to give
May8 and 9 at Lane Hall. The 1cc- iasre ftrelcue ntegn
turer is here under, the auspices of asreofteelcusonheg-
the local Theosophical lodge and the eral subject of international law, to-
Order :of the. Star in the Last. I day and tomorrow, under the auspices
EMr. Kunz is specially fitted for this of the William H1. White foundation
work, having traveled quite extens- before the University of Virginia
ively, and having been the head of School of Law.
A~ianda college, Colombo, Ceylon andI The individaul subjects that Dean
a lecturer at a teachers' training Bates will talk onl are, "Federal Law-
school in Madras, India. Besides this Meaking and State Sovereignty" and
work lie has been a constant con- "The Courts and Legislation."
tribution to papers of this and foreign The William H3. White foundation
couantrvies. provides for an annual lecture series
SMen's Two-piece Athletic c
tLatest Sport Sox, fancy patterns, 1
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8 Men's Varsity Shecers,
Fish B a d . . . . . . ..
IA~N ARBOR DRY GOODS Co.b
316 South Main St.

cf " samre le jIaliiority and stipu-
lates "'a series of lectures preferably
not less than three in number. by a
jurist or publicist who is specially dis-
tinguished in some branch of juris-
prudence, domestic, international or
foreign, and that the lecturer present
some fresh or unfamiliar aspect of
his subject."
IYALE.-Next year will mar: the
fiftieth year of the Yale Daily News.
AT THE DETROIT THEIATERS
The Night Club Classic
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"RAIN"9
! W. Somerset 31augham's virile story
donie into dramatic form by Joan
Colton and Clemence RLandolph.
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INights 75iC to $1.50)
Matinees Tues., Thurs., -Sat.
50~C -, 75
Another D)elighatful Theatrical
Entertainment
"HELLUS BELLS"
BY BARRY CONM)iRS

COLEG EENAND WOMEN
When in the vicinity of State and Packard, will find the
PACKARD RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place
to eat. Under' new management, and everything else new.
703 PA CKARD

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T HE glee-inspiring experiences of
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Who bought his sweetie a taxi to take-
her home when it rained and taxis
were scarcer than old maids in a
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