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TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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* TEESTOBE"
; I ST LANDSCAPINCI
n N) R1D OND)S VIP. s
RIEVONTITIONI N(
1,)1 lAAR DENS

ENTY MEN EMPLOYED

WITH PARADE AND PAPER BLIZZARDSOUITI!TOD[S[LlTHED
~ TWO SPANISH PLAYS
Twohort plays, La Plancha, de 1a,
tr i Marqueca. (The Mistike of the Mar 5
guise) and "El Milagro" (The Mir .
ac), willy be presented by the So-
f ciedad Hispanica on its annual ipro-
<y gram to he given Wednesday evenin.,,
Ma y 9, in Mimes theater.
>> 4 The forrrrer is 'a farcial :satire on
F p $ 4 zF! jthe new ly. rich of post-war Spain,
'f f r f Iwritten by Pedro Munoz Seca, one .of
the most popular of contemporaryI
5 Y { F rSpanish playwrights. The role of the
" 4 :,.. Marquise- will be played. by Marny
. - ; :.;; " Vosper,'30, well-known in campus
,,I dramatic circles.
0E Milagro" is a modern comedy :hi~r~olioe
. rf ^ « %;°written by Manuel Linares Divas, the' Who has been ele ;ted presiditnt of
4""xr>author of "La Garra" (The Claw), the Argentina rubcfoth c( e)oni~
which caused a great sensation when bieatog togtt e iot
' 4, {F it was presented in Spain recently. cal failure.E

Bishop Makees Trip Alir
To. Oration Contest 1 t '. '1 T

to the win>ner of the contest is $100
Williaml (. ish,11 ,'2S,,,eal (I rof. aWard'ed !>y former ;governor Frank:
James Mb. O'Neill of thl(,u)peecht de- O0. Lowd(en. A secomd prize of '$.-0
parttmntl fit Ann Ai'bo- late Tuesd(L i to the speaIke r finishing second.
nilht for ineporsis w hereot theho Bishop earnied his right to makes the
wil opee ;nihti te o hn trip lbyplcn first inl the Uiniver'sity
Oraorcallegu cotet ratorical contest heel last Mar-ch.
-n th~ee contfesti fshlopwill oppose
7iTU ' M G S A T , C.H I C .A G 0 0 IN G S A T s
R(T) Ee 11 41i ,r,..'/

li prize which w

f

Vls F Jor Chilnese Gardlen Anil Sunken
Pool Ar'omid New isenin Are
Palindi Too Cosily
Blecause two new University build-
ings, the Museum and tI-be new Archi-
tectural building must be landscaped,
the number of shrubs and trees to be
planted this spring by the uildings
and Grounds department in their an-
nual spring clean-up campaign is un-
usually large this year, according to
Ward A. Davenport, assistant super-
intendent of the, Buildings and
Gr'ounds department. In addition to
the planting, an unusually large crew
is engaged in reconditioning the cam-
pus lawn and old flower beds.
A crew of 20 men is now at work
on the project in an attemipt to finish
all landscaping worki in time for the
various Senior cci omonies to be held
in June and during the latter part of
May. About half a dozen men will
be retained for maintenance work
throughout the summer and fall.
Plans for beautifying the new Mu-
seum and the Architecture building
include the planting of a number of
elms and red cedar trees, and the
setting of a variety of shrubbery.
In picking the shrubs, an attempt
will be made to secure a number of
plants which blossom at different sea-
sons, in order that the lawns will be
adorned with flowers throughout the
greater part of the spring and sum-
mer.
It was intended to plant a Chinese
garden, with terraces andj a sunken
pool, in the grounds surrounding the
museum, but this project has been
deemed too expensive, according to
){,. C. Pardon,' superintendent of the
buildings and grounds department.
A few plants are to be placed out
over the campus.. In addition, all

FRESH FISH EVERY DAY

Trout, lb........35c
;White Fish, lb.......30c
Halibut Steak, lb. ...'.30c
Walleye" Pike, lb. ....30c

Perch, lb.......
Herring, lb. ....
Fillets, lb .....
Mullets, lb......

..25C
..25c
..30c
..25c

Free Delivery to All Parts of the City

The Main Street Cash Grocery

215 North Main St.

Phone 8111

Open Evenings, Sundays and Holidays

New York gave the crew of the B~remen a typical wTelcomne when they
showered them' with ticker tape and torn bits of paper. This picture shows 4
the paper blizzard which descended from the windows of the Woolworth
building as the fliers approached the City hail, the end of a long parade in
their honor.
$3,000 Offered For 'History Rese arch

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Gift of a fellowship of $1,000 a year
for three years has been received by
the Graduate school from an anony,-
mous donor. To apply for the fellow-

campus gardtens are being 'recondi- ship, a candidate must be a student
tioned by the removal of a winterl of the Graduate school who is work-
potection layer consisting of straw; ing for the Ph.D. degree in the Unii-
and leaves and by respadling.I versit~y andl who is specialjzlug inI
Finih'DI' uroptean PEconomic history. lBewol
Finish enlou e lg 0ree .,ar"ch work in. this suhl)jeot dur-
WingCOf Hospitail
With. the installation. of a large
number of shelves and drawers re-
cently, the remodeling of one wing of fj fln lo flCCH
the convalescent hospital has been
complet~ed, it was announced yestert- SAT URD
clay by Irving W. Truettuer, mainte-
nance inspector of the buildings, and'
Grounds department. B ed re
The remlodeling, which was undler v rad Pe
way duning the greater part of the dQ wili me r
winter, has completely chianged the
wing; of the building. Several parti- p i1 Y B
tions have been moved, and mcI .
other work has beens done. t
TVOWSONf DELIV, ERS SPEE 'h
At a mneeting of the Transportatin I '.a .'. ' . ..- ,"
oh]) ]P1( SA{ setnn..in rom r4 Wes

t ing the time of his fellowship.
Because practically all the source
material relating to the subject is in ;
l Europe, the holder of the fellowship.
will lie expected to spend much of his
time there. Original investigations
w$~ould be made into the source ma-
terial obtainable at European librar-
ies and universities.
EApplications are being receivedl by
the Jflean of the Graduate school un-
til May 7.

Diiscovery Night
ON THE SCREEN TrODAY-FRI.-SAT.

TODAY AND FRI. ONLY
By Those She Trusted, She Became
the Spite-Bride of a1
HUNCHBACK _
Ja.
PRODUC J(TIONBetiuy
°i'' Visut~lzed 1 "hYlei~
. ..Falcone
A ttPEASANT PRINCESS
Of humbile birth, She loved a
nobleiai, and niether dremed
of the dread infueace of t111,
liuiiible, vengeful huncllhbac o
their lives, Until-4
" ~with a
' as the hunchback, and
Nils Athur, Seena Owen, Mal
POLICY
Mlat,, x;003:3 -35, lo
Evenin 7:00-8:40,S60% 14e
APPOINTM.,ENTS ________
I'arawu t Hal Roach Presents Loch.
N ewsocl.
Primitive MXAX DAVIDSON in Latest I
Iloiisekeeiiig"BLOW BY BLOW Tica3s E
COSMOPOLITAN OPENING
NoWSAT. M11AY 10th _

ont of Opening
kY, MAY5
yand Pastry
mieat Ingredients
KEY HOP

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707 Packard Street

14

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'IQI "I: 'rl. u

T'nbineering buildling, E. T. Howson
of Chiicavgo, western editor, of the
"~Railroad Age," spoke on the subject1
ol: "Rlailroad Consolidation and its
Effect on the Future."
COATES TOGIVP SPEEh
Speaking on "Stress Distribution in
Archied Shells, With Especial Refer-7
enece to Dished Boiler Head's," W. M.f
Coates will address the colloquium
in applied mechanics this evening in
R~oom 248 of West Engineering build-
ing.

Ann Arbor's Courteous Corivenietice-Service

RIJIJON'S AND
S UPP1LJE S
for all makes of
TYPEWRITERS,

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For

Evening.
Frocks,

and

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Spring
Dresses

Raip!4 trnover, fresh stock bfates
best qualty at a moderate price.
Q. D. MORR ILL
17 Nicels Arcade, Phone 6615.
itt.t..... tt...ti. t R 1;

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~O~ I'U1]'iig- &3:30. J40-).40. &S:.40( 10.50
S,[ AG EA LTRACTION

Woodward. at Eio~t
BONSTELLE
PLAYHOUSE
NIGHTS, 75c, $1.50. fll'Rt$. TUes,
Thurs. and Sat., 69c, 76c
R- gining Siimtiyl April 29
"COCK ROBRIN"

LASS THEATRE
IRe"; ininig Monday, April :30
"Iht . . $.00, $1.50,40, $2.54)
Wed. a114d Sat. 3Mats. (Best
Seats).... .....$1.5,0
Chajidwrlaiii Browmn Presents
TAYLO4R HOLJM ES
In a. Ri~otous Comedy
The Great Necker

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6A4Song or
Everyone"
Mr. Clarence Senna
Entertaining at the Piano
EUGENE CONRAD

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~~7RI+P r. ESTHER RALSTON -NEIL HAMIL'TON III

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