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TIIF IC I GAN DAILY

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FLOATING UNIVERSITYN"EW
AiFFFP HRFF PPI7',AS

NVATIONAL FORESTS WILL BE
USED IN EXPERIMENTAL PRACTICE,

S'" ...l..1A.".."JS.«.rJ, "::" Oratorical Association Was Organized 8 f
FrStimulation Of Forensic Interest 8 OPTICAL S
For ______DEPARTMENT

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INGT(N. ?March 9:--Vlichi- natural growth of trees.
vo flf'w nat ionai forests lo- jned to plant andnmainti am

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the for'ests

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INCASH T f
TO AWARD P~RIZES
OF FilkIENI)SIIIP i
1"ORE1( N EJS

fl ~ counties, willI lI'ieutilizeti as a labor-
(nv~r to d! l E'Iiniie 1) )5t forest pra c-
i u ~. N ic (es, acccrdling to a ;st ate'ment re-
cen I I announced by I Is" 'United
ONr BASIS Males forest s:-rvice.
4II'l heiina l)f orest I ser1v8 t jli cofl-
rnissii napprol()ved est lishimenft. of the

onl a eontamuonus timuber prioducetion ;
basis.
"While the volume o f tber tbeste
areas ultimately will producle will be
important, their muajor value will lie inl
the opportunity t hey will atfford for
forest research and experimentation1
anad for large seaaIe practical1 demioni-

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A1h7 uno i~derth) ie auispice5 of the -a -
- ii onillis yea r Were Commanderti
l r i aid L Byrd, IDr. Will D)uranti.
Judge Florene 1?. All en. and Edwin
1I. Whit ney. G eorge' Palmer Putnam.
,well inol0W O xplorer, a uthlor andit
u iiisO . sneaks hiere. Alartch13.
Tho0 Oraltorical a sociat ion is co)U-
1c !d0. 16 f;mefl'lh'i5, four sIule its

elect ed 11by111('canupl stlu ree faculty
inen, loni'foenisic' society reii'et'n I-
tact v 'es, a 11(fibe a 1))0111 ('(1at large.
Riobed' S. A tiller, '28 ,is thie inclnmb-
enti prie"Idein I rof. R. ID. T. I lollis-
tl. G.1%. iDensmore a nd Carl G.
lBrandl, all of' the public spealking ce-
iartfllent, are the i'm-111lx' meutill the
orgai ilOn.

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Lenses and Frames made
To Order
Optical Prescriptions
Filled
HALLERS
State St. Jewelers

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TOD)AY ONLY
"ANDS OFF"f
Phis "Ad"! with 10c
in "TH1IS('1CICUS ACE"I
SOON
BEN HUR
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CAMPBELL, MAKES
Feelim", Of 1Responsiility To~
1Titerna.t ionlaI eht ionsIs'
ObjrectiVe Of (Contest
in connection with the
University conducted by the
tional university committee,
Campbell of New York haso
fund of $6,000 to be dlivided
the three students, either
women, who accomplish the
services in furthering inter
friendships on the trip. Tot
outstanding student will b
$3,000, to the second $2,000, an
third $1,000.
Judgment of the accompl
of entrants will be made ont
of promotion of general frie
and cooperation among all
students; interpretation of th4
States-the government andl
ple; pronounced understam
foreign students-their couni
ernments anti special problei
on specific projects put thr
promnote mutual understanolin
Mr. Campbell's idea in mai
offer is to impress upon theA
students the feeling of respc
in furthering international
with foreign students and asst
with ;whom they come in foni
at, the same time interpret
what our country stands for.

two new l)ui,'hase un its uonder prove- 51 rat ions of t he best
lions15 o1 the ('larke-McNary act passedj management within
Fe.FE eb. 13. It is priopiosed( ultimately toi I
acquira all landes withbin lbhe areas
Fuirther :suitable for f';rt't 1) urIos s. The
C11i ef NI d1r uettet'uniit ('xItvi,;into Chippewa
(ounity.,:30 miles west ofl Sault St.
larie, aml suulrr mids t1'lte Aiirqiiet Ic
floating distrie I of the state fo -r,:'ut reserva-
Interna- lion.
John AV. hIn this area many 0f tile farmers'frda avlethlncrvrtotesae
1 among through failure to pay taxe.Not',"
men or morte than 2 per cet f 1thei land is ! &
greatest sita ble for tarminag.Tiro district willI
rnational j1>' almost d, serted when ecurirent log-
the most gin," operations are conipletedl. About
be given 170 per cent of Ib? area hats been
nd to the1 burned ever i ct edly. whiile 15 per
Senlt. is being restocked lbhrough
I ishmentj

11i0,11 hofcforest
th li e i't'iioii5

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-COSMOPOLITAN OPENING
SATURDAY MATINEE 2:00 and 3:35
Ann Arbor First Nighters Have Appro ved This Day for Our Deluxe Programs

the oasis
endliness
Iforeign
e United
the peo-1
ding ofC
try gov-!
ams; andtj
Trough to
rig.
.king this
A~merican
ronsibilityr
relations
,ociations
tact, and
to, them

2ARCADE

7.00
840

A PazeofBewilderment
-A ,M zeof(Awaits You Here At Every Performance)
ANOTHER COMPLEX CHARACTERIZATION
As Only a Genius Could Give You Again. You Will Acclaim.
MarveloushIndeed!

1'OI)AX'ONLY
The Great West Coast
Bowery Picture !
WE'RE ALL GAMBLERS
With
Thomas Meighan
TOM3ORROW
"SORRELL &SON"

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Remember
It Starts
TODAY,
MARCH 10th
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Returnst Thrill You!
Corralt! Corral! ! 1 hat -wias, the terrilie warnm-
iug cry of 'the days of 19. Thlle-thunderinlg
hoofs, the wild -rtusl of yelling', painted red
i~eas r'oundi and round4 sweeps Ite fiery,
ballet-swepit circle of death. It's oiie of a
hu ndred Breatihess thrills in time g'reates t
rciiamce of thewi all..
b JAMES CRUZE Przovucncs
-a _aramointgid.i
Sun.-Esther Ralston in "Love and Leamn"

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WJ SHOWING:
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'TOD
BOWNING'S
p roduction
WithI
BETTY COMPSON
MARCELINE DAY
JAMES MURRAY

Lon Chaney gives his most effective performance
no~w as the underworld leader in this throbbing film
production. A spatter of bullets in the dark ... a
battle of crook against crook... and the flowering
Aa beautiful romance in, this ari1 azitig setting.
Tlhrills Without End!
A Metro Goldwyni
1k a yer Production

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MAJESTII(' AIPOBT UENTS'

8CII E\N

IN E

POLICY
2:00
35
:10c
t7:0)
)Oc
1 Oc

A New Aesops Fable
~Ahuwqs Bring 141 imlis
PARR 1I'\'1' N F IVS
Th~Ie IEes () the 1'li
MI(Ilh(;IN A IIIAN 1
IAI(A15 BEAU'f'y

Here's Plenty of Laughs, Too
FIND THE KING
f~T
ALL-STAR COMEDY CAST

Musical Arrangement
Personally Supervised by
NICHOLAS
FALCONE
afl(1conducting
Majestic Orchestra

Also- arl WiedrhilINs 11E GOAF3NUT
AanBackcernoas "OO FISH"
311CIIAN ORCHIESTRA A novelty

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