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TH4E MICH IGAN

DAILY

WEI)NUISDAY, APRIL 3,~ 1929

WHIRF WIL 14L fCHEFJUSTICE TAFT ADM11INSITERS
OATH OF OFFICE TO H. L. STIMSON
TO DO MUSEUM WORK~ '
Vei'estZoology Piofe'srResigns '!"." i:::ie-{>
To Accept New Positioni In .
N. Y. State Avuseunt "::1:t{'""
DEPARTMENTHAS GROWN:.
Prof. Alvin G. Whitney, who has
Wen a member of the forest zool-
ogy staff of the School of Forestry
anid Conservation since its estab-1
lishmient in 1927, has resigned to
accept the position of assistant di-
reator and secretary of the New
York State museum,, At Albany, it
was an-nounced by Dean S. T. Dana
yesterday, to be effective April 5.
Professor Whitney came to the n?:
University to organize the work in ! I
forest zoology, now recognized as a
new and promising hield in the pro- -- -----
fession of forestry. During the
past two years under his general caiaoftePlpinstocet
direction the teaching and research After a belated arrival in Wash- aia ftePiipns oacp
in forest animal ecology And wild ington, Secretary of State Henryj his appointment. i
life conservation has been develop-, The two statesmen smiled know-;
ed xtnsvey.A umerofwid L" Stimson is shown taking the1 ingly as they met, realizing that}
lfe studies have been undertaken'otofoic.CefJtceTt both of them had risen to their
by the school staff, including game. of the Supreme court is adminis- present places in wo'rld affairs
and fur animal surveys and a study tering the oath as Stimson suc- from a common office. that of gov-
of the two hundred privately own- s eeds Frank F. Kellogg. The new' ernor-general of the Philippines.
ed state game refugees. An in-! They recalled their younger days,
vestigation of the beaver in the secretary of State had to journey; when one was. President and the
Upper Peninsula of Michigan last I to Washington from Manilla, thei other was his Secretary of War.;
summer has resulted in a manu-j
script about to be published.
Before coming to Ann Arbor Pro-
fEs~or Whitney was connected with
the New York State college of for- TO N W E L CO -C K
estry as professor of forest zoology# IR
and assistant director of the first
forest wild-life experiment station'
established in this country. Scranton, Pocahontxas
Detrot ThetersKentucky and West Virginia Coal
_________________Solvay and Gas Coke
LAFAYETTE
ONE WVEEK ONLY
The World lienownecd
D'YL C RT This business has been growing ever
OPERA CO. since it was established. The secret-
Nights, '75. $, $.50, $2z, "giving absolute. satisfaction to our
Mtin ees Thirs~a and ate c o cutomeitrs." :We believeitpytod

Arrange For Funeral 1
Of Myron T. Herrick!

GLEE CLUB WILL GIVE PROGRAM
4 AT-HIGHLAND PARK HIGH SCHOOL

r

Michigan's Varsity glee club willtI1'29, a 'solo by Otto Brown, S~pec.
(IJy Asowatcd Press) sing tonight in Highland Park high!, Ed., entitled "Friars' Song" and a
NEW, YORK, April 3.--France is; school,, Highland' Park, Mich., it number of selections by the "Mid-
uniting with this country in plan- was announced yesterday by Rob- night Sons Quartette," composed of
fling funeral honors for Myron T.; er t A. Campbell, treasurer of thel Sidney Straight, Otto Brown, Vin-
Herrick, United States ambassador University and sponsor of the or-1 cent Peterson, '29Ed., and Rolland
toFrne dispatches indicate. ganiation. E. Catchpole, '30, will make .up the
The Frenich. cruiser Tourville will Opening wih"adsAqeCa-scilnm rsothscndaf
arrive in New York bearing the mina" by Stanley and following1 of the program.
body of Ambassador Herrick on; with "The Victors" and "Varsity," i"The Cossack" by Moniuskko-
Friday, April 12, and the ship wvill the glee club will then submit MacDowell and, "Morning" by
be met by Parmely Derrick, the! "Where'er 'You Walk" and "Now Speakes will be followed by a num-
amnbassador's son. His wife is ex-, Let Every Tongue." Sidney Straight, I ber of Michigan songs to complete
pected to arrive the same day onI Spec., will contribute a solo, "TheI the program.
the Aquitania. Musical Cigar Box."{
Immediately upon arrival, the Four tenor solos, by Odra Patton,.
body will be taken, to Cleveland,! "Elucevan le Stelle," "Primavera,": ___
Herrick said. He returned from "Where My Dear Lady Sleeps," and 1
Paris last. week, and is at present a! Lift Thine Eyes.," are scheduled;
guest at the home of A. J1. Drexel,; as well as two cello solos by Law-.
Paul at Radnor, Pa.! rence Goodspeed,. '31. The two are ::. ...
Although the burial ceremonies "Andante 'Espressivo" by Goiter-1
in the United States will be simple } mann and "Allegra Appassionato", ,
4,1 the extremie, little is being left. by Saint-Saens.;r.'
undone in )France. i A reading by George Johnson, u
B A*1' T Never
MCA sehemning,. alluring wo por.tr.l
m ran, a pawn in the Bands .loue aj
{ of a. dissolute wan .of the
- , .. world.Nve

Graduate Is Appointed
I oAthenis {Fellowshi~p
IHomer A. Thompson, graduate in
the department of classics and an-~
cient history, has been appointed
a special fellow of the Americain
School at Athens to; assist in the
excavations of 'the ancient Agora,
or Market place, of Athens.
Three. fellowships are available
every year to graduates of North
meican Universities who show
themselves fitted to undertake r9-
Iel search work in Greece. Prof. Camp,.
belBonner of the Greek depart-
.ent was. a director of the. aschool

M-LODRAMA
OF THfE
PPER W ORLD

has humnan ciotion liex
y'ed as in this fas inating
nih.

so vxiidly
drama of

has so brilliant a cast been assembled

I1

z~lgfthrift
The' Famous !crook Story That
Everybody Loves
with
LIONEL
KARLJi4
DANE
LEILA
[IvAL'~

'or a ta lking pieturv.
"You'll bE , Arnazi by thils remarkable per-

formaflee.

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1'A,AMQUNT'S PEIWECT.
AL TALIN~

,w LIPIAMt
IWILL

1lATURE

a}

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No detective could trap
when he looked into
lovely eyes--well, the gan
Haines is just grand 'as

INTERFERENICE

ALL, TALKING SPECIALS
EDDIE,.CANTOR,
Broadway"'s fa vortt in tell mn.tes of song,
dance *ad£ft.
RUTH ETTING

I

nhim-but
a pair of
me was up !
sthe bank-

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t .

Star of Ziegfeld Follies Asin * w#
song bits.
CHIC.SALES

hot

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I

buster and heart-breaker champ !
It's a new kind of dramatic role for
the popular star ! Take a look !
ON THE STAGE
The One and Only,
HARRY HOLMES
as "The Pessimist".
Extra Added Feature
THE MISSES
DOROTHY and ROISETTA RYAN
The Popular Musical !Comedy Stars Pere in Person
ALSO

A distinguishied surgeon,
Willing to. sacrif le Ids
career to hold the love of
his wife.

FOX~ MOVIETONT' NEWS
Speaks :for Itself

A LL TIS WEEK
TheWUERTH , !El

,.

'BaranuniRingley & Co.
An "Our Ganlg" Comedy

Bob Howland
At the Grande Organ

Fox Karl Wiederhold's
News Michigan Orchestra

V CP.1.I
KENYON,

mid e;b tteesn Scotch in7 the flavor!,

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A well knowt golfpro x acently returned from
a vacation ini Glasgow, his home town, relates
a current golf mag azine. "'Weal," he was asked,
"Jiowdid the boys treat you back home?" "Verra
reluctantly!" said he. Well might some smokers
likewise reply if asked about their cigarette, we
imagine. Mild., of course (most cigarettes are,
today), but "vcrra reluctant" whcn it comes to
deliv ering taste and body and character.

Chesterfields were bended to supply jst that
"tbody awhieb so ina "m'sild" cigarettes Ifc.
For inx addition to that desirab le blandawss there
is ,a distinfct . edge" to. its smooth, mellow flavor
which is just what the svdke appetite craves.
Mild.-yes; just that mild~ness which everyone
wants-bout somx eth ipg more, soinetisg plus.,.
character! The character that :makes Chester-
fields par for cigarettes. Thfy sari, f y

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