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T MICHIGAN

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Revolutionary Chief
Holds Mexican City
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NEW FORESTRY DIVISION WILL
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1FFERI GRKAUUAT ItPPORTJ1IUINIIE L
"The institution of the new Lake the groundwork for the most ef-
4 States Federal Forest division will I ficient use of land which is now a;
create considerably increased op- (liability instead of an asset to the
portunities for graduates of the state. The Federal Service, how-
local forestry school," declared W. ever, he stated, "would follow a
F. Ramsdell, 14F, who has recently program very similar to that out-
been appointed assistant manager lined by the state. Its job will be
of the new district, which has its to get federal resources, manage-1
headquarters at Milwaukee. ment, and other efforts expended
Mr. Ramsdell has enjoyea con- in the states of Michigan, Wiscon-
siderable reputation with the forest sin, and Minnesota, which comprise.
service subsequent to his gradua- this division."
tion from the- University, when he In commenting on the establish-,
entered the service in the North- ment of the new section, he stated'
ern Pacific district. He left that that the forest service desired an'
district to assume his new office. increase in activity within this see-
He is also president of the Forestry tion because it recognizes it as po-
Alumni association of University tentially the most important of
Alumni. any in the United States. He' gave
The new district in its program as reasons the facts that it was the
of expansion would look for men closest large forest region to the
trained within its regions, he says. center of population of wood con-
He also made note of the fact that sumption and the fact that these
much closer association would be three states have the largest acre-
maintained between the local age of non-producing forest land
school and the federal service in the United States.
than was heretofore possible when
the office was established at Den-
ver, Col.
r Thestate economic land survey-
of Michigan is the greatest piece
of work of its kind carried on by
any state," he declared concerning
Michigan's land survey. "It forms
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Debaters Will Meet
State Normal Team
The Varsity negative debating
team will meet the affirmative team
of the Ypsilanti Normal school at
'the meeting of the Adelphi House
of Representatives, at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in the Adelphio room, on
the fourth floor of Angell hall. The
debate will be on the topic chosen
for conference competition this
year, 'Resolved: that a single judge;
or a board of judges be substituted
for a jury in all trials throughout
the United States."
The Michigan team will be com-
posed of Leo T. Norville, '30, Steph-
en Jones, '30L., and Jarl Andeer,
'29. The debate will be open to
the public and all who are interest-
ed are invited to attend.
A short business meeting of Adel-
phi will be held after the open ses-:
sion. All members are invited to
attend. The freshman debating
squad for the annual Alpha Nu de-
bate will be chosen.

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SCREEN REFLECTIONS

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The Briny Deep furnished him is distinctly in-
It isn't often that one of the ferior to what he has had in the
lesser companies, Columbia, Tif- past. "Sins of the Fathers" bears
fany-Stahl, et al., turns out as ia resemblance to "The Way of All
good a picture as "Submarine," Flesh," but is not nearly as well
which the Wuerth displays all done as the latter.
week. Perhaps the atmosphere and Our faith in vaudeville has been
background are the most striking considerably boosted during the
qualities of the film, for the plot'; last .few weeks by the rapid suc-
would hardly . win a medal for cession of entertaining acts on -the
originality. IMichigan stage. The Norman
Interwoven in the story is the re- Thomas Quintette is a hot aggre-
cent tragedy .of the ill-fated S-4, 1gation from a hot cflmate dispens-
thesumarmewch sank in a col-' ing hot music and fast stepping
lision with a destroyer not so long with the aid of a hotter pianist and
ago. Jack Holt and Ralph Graves a hottest drummer!
both give excellent performances. Broadway
On the whole, "Submarine" is a Coming to the Adams in Dc-
thoroughly entertaining picture, troit next Saturday is "The Broad-
largely due to the superior acting way Melody" a musical comedy
of the two male stars and a well- talkie which is going over, big In
done dramatic climax bound to] New York. Bessie Love, an old-
hold your interest. timer, heads the cast of this big
Jannings Sins special with which the motion pic-
Herr Janings again proves him- ture enters upon a. new field.
self a marvelous actor but the story B. J. A

WflEN .A GIRL
CHEATS IN
THE GAME OF
LOVE

WHEN HATE
ENTOMBS MEN
IN A SUNKEN
SUBMARINE

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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SUBMARINE SINKS OFF
HARBOR! ENTIRE CREW
TRAPPED!
Rescue work under way .
Great depth handicaps divers.
.. -Must get air line to crew
add to excitement of frantic
rescuers.

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From the eyes of
Norma Talmadge
glows the fiery
drama, flinging
its flame to warm
your heart and
stir your soul.
Also
"All Set"
Aesop's Fable
Paramount
News
Art and Beauty

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Ralph
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Dorothy
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RETURN SHWING 3-HOP PICTURES
Also Gus Sonnenbcrg vs. Strangler Lewis Bout
NOW PLAYING
AT THE
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COMING NEXT SUNDAY
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A Comedy of
Sentiment!
Spiced with rich comndy-
a love romance that is vastly m
different - a charming pit-
turization of Booth Tarking-
ton's deliglhtful story.
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MID-WEEK BILL
TARTS WEDNESDAY
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NOW:
THE G R EAT JANNINGS IN A
MODERN AMERICAN PICTURE!
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W 0 M A N ! Glittering !
Selfish'! Revengeful ! She
destroyed everything his
simple heart revered. Ex-
cept his love for - but
come and see the great
Jannings in his greatest
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