THE MICHIGAN DAILY
]PRU)XV. rlnl'nRTTART Id. 1'q2g
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PLIGHT IS APPOINTED 'V-TIAO'
Final plans have been ura n 111
for the Fourteenth Annl ~A . ichiv: In
;Conference on l-i h'Wav Enlginweing.
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PfL A N T O W ID E N S TR E E T S IPr i si n w s gi e ete d y b
.3 A. Bin s1ey, cdean of students and
i?,d ward C. Pa rdon, siiperintenent of
1)nil ing an g rou ndls, to remove the
-i reet, car rails of the Det roit, J1ack-
ron. and(I (Ii ia go railway on Stai''
"t reet and iNorthi n i versit v a VlU
a nd w'ideni both st reet s.
Prof. Herbert MX. Wight has been ap- 17, andadir1%i11eit sare c i2,1eied,
pointed as special investigator in 4the ,acc orinig to P roesso)R Ioger 1I ior--"
School of Forestry and Conservation; 15011 01o the I I ighwcav Enginee rindg
according to a. recent announcement. eatet h si hreo h
He will engage inl Investigating wvork IlimitWOFlicareoth
for theI lniverit1y in c(operationl wi th u jrgan rthe (' ~ C
l~oa. o h ~~f ctthe State Conservat ion commission on jincluides a larg~e ntimhor of leecheV(s
private game refuges of th estate. Heio vaou phssote ihva
is to beC assistedbyPaul D. Dalke, Olvrospae FtelJha
bY Engineering FieldI by meii who are
grad., in the work, uhrte nt i 1iJ~
Professor Wig ht plans to make aauhrteon hes jc. mog!
survey of thbe 220 licensed private these men are II. S. Ma 1 lnioie, InM-
game. refuges of the state in order to 'l nerof ?Materials. FPenr l \'a2ia
Supply information for the School ofI State Highwvay Departnienit , f-ris-
Forestry and Conservation" and the b)urg, Pa.; C .N. Conner'. IHighiway Re-
state. Michigan, by a law passed in searc(h hoard, Washing ton, D . C.;
I tiPl, has acquired private game r'ef- 1Ailliam G. Eli ot, 3d., 1.S. Ii urea a of
uges to b)e registered, butt information Public;Roadls, Washingtoni, 1). C.; and
regarding them has ibeen insufficient F. C. Fang, Associate Prijve. ;r-' w:
for pre sent needs. Professor Wight I-lighway EnIgirtee rinls Uri ce iil:y of
wil visit the game refuge', in an at- i Minnesota, and E igiiie:'e ° j 'Yc s
tempt to gain this needed informa-I and Inspection. NinuIe.o a $ ate
ti on. I-ighxvay Department, M ,fni epi;Sfli.
Professor Wight is a graduate of Governor Fred Green will gi te anl
FRENCH and DANISHC
Ij $2.50 and up
EL ECTRIC SHEOP
How "sweetly" you're thinking
of HER can be told with a
AS GOOD To EAT AS BEAUTIFUL
We have employed the best
French pastry cook in the Stateh
of Michigan especially to satis-
fy the exacting tastes of you, the
109 SOUTH MAIN
with Oregon State Agricultural college
on the zoological staff in' connection
'vith a study of rodents and small fur-
He is the author df a number of
sp~ecial works on rodents and moles.
A Iihiiqucet-- ol)1t-4 o~idnol
clowvns-Ciiipa gne-A (Go-
geolis String of P'earls, but
-they cost 98 cents
LAURA LA PLANTE
duiti"P atit BA. l1I1i l 1 iL 1 C 1eb 210i Sout uth J I T~t A C. '
16, which xwill 1)0 given at thi Cn icen
for those attending the. (cnerenfce.
Ann Arbor's Leading Market
: QALITY MEATS,
f At Popular Prices
A. trial order will convince you
==E,~ Eschelbach Market
SDial 4159 202 E. Huron E
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The Pride of Ann Arbor
Opp. Wuerth Theater
N; . Y. Ameiricans' Hockey Team
Bsarrie's Great. Play Comes
to the Screen as a Classic!
I ' i 4Y~
"Hlockey is pretty strenuous--it takes
all you've got to keep on top of the
old puck. I can't a f ford to take any
chances with- my physical condi.
tion.That's whyI stick to -Luckies.
In addition to the Pleasure I get
from their fine flavor, 'they have
never cut my wind to any notice-
able degree. Finally, I never suf f ea
with sudden coughingwhichmight
be very dangerous for me when
there's a scramble on the ice."
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If, you don't think the good old
(oys 1haA41their flappers, take a look
ait tis fhlarloits picture.
':aaitaa Davies turns inither finest
p ()frnwa;"tee in Barrie's great play.
Xonil love it!
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HAL PROALCH ipsentr
3I (1. IA)CALS-PARAI0"ON1' N EWS-MA'I ES'I'IC ORCIIES'URA
"Th de Cream of
the Tobacco Crop"9'Lck tie
' sayer Tobacco Buyer
"No article can be better than
its base-.To produce a fine prod-=
uct, you must begin with fine
maters'als. The finest of the
tobacco crop, 'The Cream of
the .Crop' goes into LUCKY
qq STRIKE Cigarettes. I know,
because I buy the Tobacco for
this brand with this ideal be-
Marvels of the Screen
Effort of the