THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TIUs AY, rMmR1 i5 1927
WITH YOUTH OF TODAY
"The solution of the youth problem
is sane and sensible co-operation, not
dictation, by adults," was the conclu-
sion of a resolution adopted recently
at a gathering of representatives of
the Interdenominational Young Peo-
ple's commission representing more
than 10,000,000 young men and women
in every Protestant denomination of
Declaring that the present lay
faults of youth can be ascribed largely
to adult indifference or misguided at-
tempts at leadership, the commission
stated nevertheless that "There is
more poyential constructive leader-
ship 'among the young people them-
selves today, we believe, than before
and educational, health, moral, and
Christian standards have all been
"Pompous and salacious movies
have a bad efect on the younger gen-I
eration, maintained Rev. Walter
Geody of Philadelphia who was chair-
man of the gathering. "Extravagant
display of wealth portrayed in many
movies," he continued, "often creates
dissatisfaction among younger people
as to their own living conditions, and
sometimes they go wrong in an efforta
to attain such high living standards,"q
LEADER OF FIGHT TO SEAT VARE
MEETS PROTEGE BEFORE CHAMBER
Brown Talks Before
Prof. Everett S. Brown of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, addressed the
monthly meeting of the Detroit chap-
1'r. Sons of the American Revolution
at the Ilotel Stat ler Tuesday evening.
Secrelry I aymond .. Van Syckle re-
ported the eiservation of the U. S. S.
"Wolverine" as a historical memorial,
lie vessel having been placed int
charge of the local Marine corps ofI
OFFER PRIZE FOR
A prize of 50 will be awarded for
MICHIIAN MEN [LV WITl Buell To Give Talk
STINSON ON RECORD RIPO rican' Problem
the best paper submitted on either of Fr ied Beattie and ('iark llyaU, lMAith-
th, following subjects by any junior igan alumni, flew to Ncw York recent-
or senior of the School of Forestry ly with Eddie Stinson in record time.
and Conservation, according to a r- The fliers made Cleveland in 48 nin-
cent announcement. The topics for the
prizs ae Pivae fcesty i th utes from D~etroit, and reached New
prizes are: Prix-,te forestry in the Ioki h eodtieo orhus
United States, its possibilities and dif- York in the rcord time of four hours
fiulie Pssbl cn s and 13 minutes from Detroit.'
ficulties; Possiblen reaction on forest
practices of the trade extension ac-
tivity of the National Lumber Manu-
IThesepaers. whcih must be au- I~'A' 9 _ Tm
.)r. IR yond Le slie uolI, 'earch
di rtor of the Foreign 2li asso-
(ot ion, will deiiVr 'n adlreS on
"Arica an Interuational PIrnialeI1," akt
4:15 o'clock lF'r1 iay afterno, ,An.0,
1928, in Natural Science audatorl nm.
the city of Erie. Efforts to secure the proximately 3,000 words long, must be
continuance of the site of Fort Wayne
as a historic memorial park were re-
lated by the committee.
Details of the program for the
annual state convention of this society
at Ann Arbor on April 19, "Lexington
Day" were described by Norman B.
Conger, chairman of the committee i
charge. President Charles S. Mc-
EVANSTON, 11. - Northwestern
university recently acquired a $2,000,-
000 tract of land in Chicago upon
which they are planning to erect huge
hospitals with a view to founding
vThat in the future may be one of the
world's greatest clinics.
It has been estimated that 30,000,000
fans attended football games through-
out the United States during the 1927
handed in by February 13, 1928. The
various paper submitted will be re-
viewed by a committee of three men,
one from the forestry school, one
from the department of Rhetoric and
one from the economic department.
The prize of $50 is being offered byj
Charles Lathrop Pack, of Lakewood,
New Jersey, who has been interested
in the promotion of forestry for a
number of years.
MINNESOTA-The 110-acre fruit
breeding farm of the University of
Minnesota is the largest in the world
given over to this special purpose,
ITHICA, N. Y.-Construction of the
new radio station of Cornell university
is being held up while permission is
being obtained from the Federal Board
of Radio Control to begin work.
SILK SOX, FANCY
MEN'S BROADCLOTH SHIRTS-98c
MEN'S PURE LINEN
Senator David A. Reed. ,
Of Pennsylvania, leader of the fight to seat Senator-elect William S. Vare,
also of Pennsylvania, snapped with his protege outside the senate chambers
at the opening session of the Seventieth Congress.
Ann Arbor Dry Goods Co.
316 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Between Llberfy and Williams
The Merry Crew Is In Town-
Come Sail With Them For An Hour of Stage Revelry!
Just Three More Days!
The most luxurious pre-Christmas Fun
Festival in the history of this or any
other theatre anywhere
On account of the basketball game and the
importance of this nroduction our
last show will start
TONIGHT, 9:00 P. M.
This will give you ample time to ee a
complete performance after the game.
DON'T MISS THIS ONE
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TOMMY MONACO'S ORCHESTRA
Ten Jolly Gobs Dispensing Syncopation
Pep and Pulchritude
HOWARD HUGHES and JO 1CONSIDINE, Jr. Present
Wait'lI You Get a Look At Her
JAZZ LIPS RICHARDSON
You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet!
Hughie Clark will be skipper of this crew at 3:15-7:15-9:10
Be'sure to look elsewhere for starting time of shows.
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LAWRENCE GRAY. JERRY MILEY
The trio of stars above are
indescribable. They're too,
uh ny. Anyhow, the war is left
out; but the laughs left in.
There's a Harem, too!.'
An up-to-the-minute romance of a
daughter of the rich who found one
man who didn't court her smiles or