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SGE- NEWS NAV Y AIRPLANE CARRIER ANCHO® RED NEAR Isho"Had GYu~ n
UI1 DIRIGIBLE TENDER AT PHILADELPHIA YARDS FoLiryResin
FESURE SPORFRFLECTIONS ln r en omdb I
The Wuerth TalksLtesfnoe b i sf
C TTalin piturs ameto hewhich Librarian W W. Bitop s a
I O T ON tL Wthk S curesce tthechaian, for compiling sadrA
I CO OATU TA and went over weeseher, i stsrof books for college Lbaniestensiv4
____Ich cqu, h nwintawlltinMe-tan for setting standard- sdf equip- (waged
SFIVATORt FROM 011I0 UPHOLDS nothing to be desired, 'the voices, ment for college buildigs, in the nomnin
G~N FKLOGP C fo hcre e n stallation?; ... left1 .d sinterests of theCrge op-L.Sho
TGNGOKLOG PAT fo thscensounding natural raino e ok ~has been an~
AND CRUISER BILL and lifelike. Certainly there was rato n o New Yorkve
no room for blatant criticism of oned
thisnwfrofetrane. The group was omposed to act sagie
TI2LS OFLAST CONGRESS snefomoenetimn.aanavsrbcyadhahldIish
:.On the whole, the oeningMovi- .a..an adeinsr h rslt f hbw
Lgslator Asserts 'That Congress tnwrga a neetn n icmiteswr ilb umted.atw
Cannot Remove Amendment entertaining at once, the only weak.... ......;................... . .........................................
..i wom Constitution.",, . y:':;ts ., .to te corpoaeind andowill cn-
being aCopoor news reelpoandbeen a y sist of recommedations for rants (Vctall
--the Pat Rooney act, which dragged toteclee.lbrre.TeeVco
at times. "The Ghost Talks," the;
"Whenit cmes o a qestin ofgrants will be in .he form of books M
the Volstead act, that is a matteftreitgkandgevedtudemonsraemuthe and publications~ of various sorts. Sawye
of ttuead agelee byd unlimied t dmostat teThe committee wl also set up the a ied
of, stat but on g a etresscan n mtedpossibilities of Movietone standards of equpmnt foRai.i- I Regen
alter the amendment. The eight- poutosi h oeyfed braries. Repub
eenth amendment will never come taligat of Beatrice Lillie, Eng-
'PresInadtoto r.*lot of the constitution of the dn cscmiteicue esid e te Rp"b
lirtdttscosiuiniish mscloedst.,adf y delotte of Swarthmore President electio
Senator Simeon D. rie, of Ohio, [Jolae Cook, effervescent comedian, at ** fiIin fOelnPeietGls oii
theebal gam.oneieTheioPresent Oofutlook",Prthee ballasgame.tiBetter dropkindown Te Preent OtofoSg eetowr-afrScotblegeo Dean Dan awakkesupset
at the first of the spring convoca- towTn sometime this week and seec,.y .._ of Columbia university, "New. ;York,l electic;
turns Sunday moring in IBill aucdi- thIS aiall-L aldn 'prgImanIt s worth -0.... Den idrsee.o aadcl-Da
Nhearingi:" lege of Columbia university,. Prof. erary
Ay n arboringbthe idea that. A. . L. Reed of Vassar Andrew ing,2
Congress is not gin.to :enforce ; their:.':I°ve"n!Is4'. . T,.;Koh irra f ae alIso
the eihenhaedeti u- be Daniels is at the Michigan, Miam, secretary of the 'Amnerian attend
ging an illusion," he stated. "The in a nexspaper yarn entitled - . '.Library association, and R. M. Lest- Sagina
lgwis eighmdetigterthstyar"Wht cNiht.lWdcoldhave AoveisrheUieSrangey onnofthpUnte SttesNvyeirlanetarirssnppe wileanhordreeecrtay o te Crneiecoro-diese
and Congress will continue to said yawn but it's better than lor repars in the navy' yard at Phladelphia On the left is the U. S. S Topeka, a dirigible tender, ration. informr
make It more stringent every year that. Mel Nice's unit is on the - ___
In continuing his discussion of pro- I stag'e.'
hibition enforcement,, the senator, B. J. A. ''' -2~~~s ^1J + .rrl_ rtt~ra~~ar
from Ohio insisted that any modi- ,,*Srng - uple
fication of the Volstead act which i Barymore At The Majestic" Repairs " "~________________
Congress shall pass will be only to i-"
increase the effectivness of that! Some people consider John1 for all Musical Instruments
measure and that the recently jBarrymore America's supreme ac-
passed Jones bill was an excellent ; tor, but we're not going to argueL I 0.
example of just such a thing. ithat now. It certainly is true, how- Sc h euerel ®Sn
Tals O TreeTopcs ever, that he does some of the'
finest acting in "Tempest" that MUSIC HOUSE
'Senator Fess included in his C is s ii;
cernd wih te acievment ofthis show. It closses tonight.
the recently adjourned session of: G..W. G.W
Congress. The other two, besides;
the Jones bill and prohibition in,;
tecruiser bill. W e ~ u b r
Heaseththe could find no,
-:e o u nteinconsistency whatever in Amer- for
!c's action in ratifying the K el- I midnight oil providefo the .Avrin gI
losggtreaty u withbl oneprritn hand and extra tax on boedya d b in
p a s s i g c r i s rdill a p r o p i a i n
money for 15 cruisers with the Shredded Wheat--for the late
other hand.
Nebraska.-A course in herding supper ands next morning's
has been added to the University; breakfast -supplies the extrao
curriculum, and now has an enrollr,?
inent of 105 men. virgor you needl.
SOPTICAL' _.
DEPARTMENT 1
SLenses and Frames made_
To Order
SOptical Prescriptions
_ ~ Filled -
~State St. Jewelers ~a
tutilwnlt~njuw iuililnumgmirrl Pleasant to eat--easy to digest The Classified Column sells, rents, locates,
1. r« 1,r4 inotices, announcements.
It nd lot rticles, em ployes, seeks employ3
hIts an excellentbusiness medium,
The next few months will witness an increase

ICE FOR REGENY
Lformal conclusion to the exc-
e ca mpaign whieh they;.~v
ito secure the Republian
,ation for .Regent for Yerry
rts, 1064, the members of the
rsity of Michigan club 01-
~ware holding a "banquet i0
nor on Tuesday, Aprila, ve~
after the. statewide .eleetion;
Lich Mr. Shorte -will be offi-
elected to 'succeed Regent
Gore, of Benton Harbor..
Shorts and-Dr. ,Walter H.
r, 1~4L; of Hillsdale,, who is
iy a "member of the -Board o,
ts, were :;nominated b:te
lican state convention, last;
and being nominated bythA,
'licans in this stte ,iea >
mn excet when An oeasiowa
sal upset . veuxs. Such ani
is rnot predicted for the. April
ni John R. Effinger of the lit-
college and .T.. Hawley Tap-
field seretary of the Alumi
~tiin, have., been invited , o
i ,the affair as guests of. the
a~w :club .and they will both
s the,,meeting according ..to
aation, received yesterday.
p~zblishe
men. ea# j w

r ~est in the Classified +Columrn. New lbus
p ortuntiyes w il be listed. Real estate
4; list their buys in their line. Wants in gel

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