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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _T H EI M IC H IG A N D A IL Y
Oficr--' '" t& WL3! OOD AND CORK! very hgh tem~eratures. Data has been j ZOOLOGISTS HEAR PAPERcoprtvlpeniubtasenI
IIB"fflifIN Officr COLLABORATE O~ f, 1o pled ┬░hsuch, a way that it w'a' l
exican Pre idencyt N E TE X T O i tisfdi t:y for lse sa text book. t the regular weekly me ng of!
N_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _t e Z o lo g i c a l J our i n a l lu b l a s t n g h t,
[[[BR/TIES NVMB[B 'oo ' of i' to tt- ( -Po.1.(1 1c tigard pesned 2.paz-
PRINCE OXN- -Tre annual exhibi-; per on Stu[dies in Spech Reading
i 1'fr stuet 1bookcoltrsitoan Prof. Peter . Okkelbergreview-
niversity of C Iego Dally 3arooii]rl.Jms Cr . oko e]Ivs(s ehl en ec4recnt bioloial lit eraU11.
Issu To (Contain }lu i puoiis cl~'tnh' I Wfl ave olabro. tdi m

S OVERLOOKING HRON ILLS

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GOLF COURSE
L. D. CARR

Yrorn idoe i gnres
LAWyVERS, STARS WRITE
CICAC O, May 19 -Twenty-nine
celeb)riies, ranging fromh criminal law-
yers to mnoving picture stars have con- E
trilruted their orpinions and attitudes
of' college and the college generation{.
to the Daily Maroon, the University
of Chiicago student newspaper, which
is purblishing; a "Celebrities Number"
~on May, 24.I
Clarence Darrow, $,rimrinal lawyer,y
gives his view of the relationship of
colleges fto cri m e; Robert R. McCor-
mrick, edtor of the Chicago Tribune ,tr'
xand ElIsie TJanis, comedien ne, make the i
younger generation their target. Cecil
B3. De~ille, producer, Bebe lDaniels, '~'atrral :Arniafto CO1U~
Paramrount-Lasky star, and "Burddy" Who has aflnounced his ( aldidaIcy
Rogers, one of the college men to l for the presidency of the Mcx an re-
achieve leading rank in the movies, j public for the election of 1";),s.I- i i
are representatives of the motion pic- announcement 'has caused aill M(ic~o
ture industry who have contributed to start talking presidnt ili poslsilbili-
vrticles. I ties.t
Journalism is represented by four ______
of America's leading figures, Oswald " ""
-arrisson Villard, new editor of the
Nation; William Allen White, editorfte mpraGzt;BuonRs
coe, columnist, and Walter C. Bryan.,Cebrtn th
former publisher of the Atlaunta Geor- Clbaigt
gian and thie New York American,
and present head of the Walter C.
Bryan organization.
Fron~ the ranks of fiction writers
thlere. are Frank Swinnerton, Zona
Gale, Edgar Rice, Burroughs, Ellis
Parker- Butler, Frank R. Adams,
laude Radford Warren, and Percyg
Marks. B~abette Deutsch, George Dil-
lion, and Kenneth Fearing have also
contributed original poetry.
Among the leading artists who have
made illustrations for the issue are
John McCutcheon, cartoonist; C. Roy
]3aldrid~ge, and Frederick Dalyrimple.
1-IWANIS WILL AID SICK
BY ANNUAL PAPER SALE
'Ann Arbor Kiwtanians, attired as

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L IAST' DAY LAST DAY
r -JOHN BARRYMOREI
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TODAY AND SATURDAY

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SPCAL EXTRA
S Arcade Orchestra Plays All Matinees
for This, Auraction
The Tale They Tell
of Don Juan, Immortal
Lover and Doubter of
Women -

JO; N.

Julia.
Metropolit

CIaUSSell,
an O Jera.

Dkon Juan with Mary,

Astor

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Thirty Other .MSars and Thousand Players
PLEASE NOT-
Ov(hng to t re 4f: L 'gfli of This P' rodiiction, the Added Feairce%
┬░ Lh,.~titedIto AMiclligamLocThals, Felix (Cartooni anid News.

whoprotects her voice,

Coming Sunday-
His Greatest Rkole
"BEN HUR"

Since

wT tes:
"When 1 decided to smoke cig-
arettes, I looked about to see
which brand was in favor with
most men. The answer was
easy to find. I noticed that prac.
tically all the men at the opera
were smoking Lucky Strikes. I
learned from them that this cig-
arette, delightful in flavor, left
their voices in splendid shape
for their singing. So I tried
Lucky Strikes and knew that
the men were correct in their
judgment. I am enthusiastic
about their flavor and the fact
that they do not affect my
voic.
4' n

C/I
~ After his world tri-
Alice-2 1 -, umph in "Ben Hur,"
Ramon Novarro
gains new laurels
I~ in this screen mnas-
texpiece of Spanish
ft ~ ' love and intrigue.
.; A romanec of
romances!
' produceton
etrA'

Q Strauss Peyton, N.Y.
xYou, too, willfn that Luicky
Strikes are mild and mellow-the
finest cigarett es you ever smoked,
made o the finest Turkish and o-
mestic tobaccos, properly aged and
blended wt great skill, and there
is an extra process "It's toasted"
no harshness, not a ,bit o bite.

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