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June 03, 1927 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-06-03

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THEI MICHIGANDAL

DATLY

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FULLER TO REVIEW CASE~ Indian Graduate R
(By Aswociatcd, Press)
BOSTON, June 2-Gov. Alvan T. AI SKOkaoaJn -
Fuller today appointed a comGiorgo V. La Badie, a former grad-
uaite at the University, is one of the
to aid i in ihlis r'eview of the litiga- ; iiec t progress ive of the Osage Indian
tion sul-rounding the coniviction of tribe. Mr. LaBadie has a 3,500 acre'
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vazz- ranch in Osage county, Okklahoma,
zetti. "whi( i is1 considered a model. The
, 4-Performances Daily-4

Wuns Modern Ranch! ANCIENT STONE BOOK
TRANSLATED, IN WEST I
ranch has a large lake on it which is '- j

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a favorite retreat for fishermen. Hie!('ALIFORNJA-Aided by a sharp
has given over a large portion of the (151ndalrge muto aine
ranch to the growing of fruit trees Dr. 11. Lutz, of the University of Cal-
and grape vines. ifornia. has finished translating what
There are 3.000 head of cattle on the s 1)blieved to b~e the world's oldest
grounds and recently Mr. La lIadie in-i book. It is nothing more than a clay,
vited 1,600 persons to a barbhecue. tablet inscribed, with cuneiform char-
Five steers were roasted. During the j acters and cased by another layer of
barbecue, Chief B~aconrind made a4 clay, which was used as an envelope
speech in the Wah-shah-she tongue;a hlie fwiig D.Lt e
and presented Mr. La Badie with a ;lex es that this document will throwt
buckskin suit of clothes. some light on the lost link of civiliza-
He was a student at the University tion between the Babylonian and
six years, and frequently he visits his Greek eras.
friends in Michigan. Mr. Lafladie also I EDTEW~ D
has a large library.RAD TEW TAS

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The Perfect Picture!

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Its Irresistible Cligrilii s the Talk of the 'laown

SPECIAL---,
I'e APT. LINI)BERlGI'S Arrival in Paris-It's~
Thtrillinig -Ind Ilistorically Important.

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WIbaf "Brown of Hlarvard" was to
football, this picture is to baelSl-tII
ai whirlwind romance of the grand
American game. A sizzling hit right
off the bat-a hilarious tale of thef
pranks, trials and thrills of diamiond
heroes with a real love story.f
Including Actual Scenes Fronm Great
'World Series G~ames.
WILLIAM HAINES~7
SALLY ONEIL
KARL 1DANE
HARRY CAREY+
And the Screen Juvenile Sen.-
Also a Flock of *
World Series/
Baseball IdolsA i
St. John

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The director of "Behind the Front" and "We're in- the
Navy Now" turns his hand' to a girl and gown romance-.
drama and makes it three-in-a-row for your entertainment!

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ON, 1111 STAGE-LSpecial!
DERtICKSON LINDBERGH
and LANDS IN
BROWN PARIS
Sunday-GALLI - RIM

EXTRA!
,. Captain
ILI NDBERGH'S
- Also- Arrival and. Reception
A Vise Crackers C'omedy in Paris!
Sunday-Priscilla Dean in "WEST OF BROADWAY"

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Read The Daily "Classified" -Columns

Wereo1, you to meet Senator Cameron
and talk about smoking,.
he'd say to you:

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Jungle He~at
anud Micas. Locals
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COMING SUNDAY
Its Stopping Everything for Laughs !
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PREI-'AR
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other -- but, oh girls,
how lie could make
love!
Comiplicationis, romiance,
thrills, andl laughs,
laughs, laughs-Inl the
fuliniest picture ever
mtade,
SAM WOOD
Production
with
AIAIWRELINE D Y
't'itles by Joe Farniiain.
Story anid continuity
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--introducing
the world's
greatest
comedy team
KARL DANE
GEORGE K.
ARTHUR

you, too, will find that Lucky
Strikes are mild and mellow-the
finest cigarettes you ever smoked,
made.- of the finest Turkish and do-
mesta.e tobacco, properly aged and
blended with great skill, and there
is an extra process-"It's toasted"

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