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RIVERAPOELT AK
Series of Three Lectures by
Noted MNanr Will Feature

DR. GUTH E ASSERTS ININR[A PT
INAMERICA N OT NEAR EXTINCTIONL r Fq
Giving his answer to recent1 ofsmoral dettrioratio, qut
claims in antliropolo ical circles ' Dr. Gu he asserted }ati acn-
that' t he American Indian is, as a clusions, drawn from prevalentf Sen.Weet Ants InvestigatiOn
race, rapidly becoming- extinct, Dr. conditions on a few res ervations, o ciiiso rvt
Carl E . Guthc, head of the anthro-F have led uis to believe that all TriO- ,.t.... T _

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WELL KNOWN IN FIELD
Prof. Ludwig Prandtel, authority
in applied physics at Goettingen
will deliver three lectures at 4: 15
on January 13, 14 and 15 in roomj
343 of the West Engineering build-
ins; on dynamics and allied sub-
jects. The first lecture will con-
cern the formation of vortices in
fluids of small viscosity, the second
with the flow of gases with velo-
cities above the velocity of sound,
and for the third (liscussion, Profes-
sor Prandtel will give a theoretical

polog,7 departmnent, yesterday de- jails nowv suffer from si IJCSSlCCeIVCrs in Unlions.
clared, *"It must be admitted that drnens,;ddsouin h AT RVNIELW
the number of pure-blooded Ind- dulensaddsozti7.T~ A vT PEETV A
jians is actually growing smaller, falc-o hsbeifi--vos

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 9-An effort'
0organize the wet bloc of the
,use on the premise that prohibi- :
ion is. a. failure and modification -
nperative was today',s contribution p I
the contrrnnviv wthich has ravedI ~ >-

and that cont.,ct with the whit.
nman is responsible for thecir race
deterioration; however, there is nei-
ther physical or physiological ba-
sis for the statement that the Ind-
ian race is dying out."
Dr. r uthe, who has done a great
deal of research in Indian race his-
tory, e?.plained his dissent from the
popular superst itution concerning
Indian obsolescence by pointing to
the frcquent intermingling of wihite
and Indian blood. "Following the
marriage of a white and an Indian,
the children will be considered as

wv v c. vvA ViV Y41 J W11A.ii 22cL~jl acuexlanation of the laws of turbu- I nian not ony because othef
i~.Washington since the Christmas "; . ln li oin.Tefrto white race's prejudice but also be-
hlidays began.jI these lectures will be illustrated cause of the' Indian's race prie.
A meeting of house members not ! with slides and film. ) The half-breed' is always consd-
° "" ¢w £rofessor Prandtel is director ofI ered an Indian, and is -thus the liv-
isympathy with the prohibition °... _rmt h ar-yaicisiue tGe-I g answer to those who fear the
wwas called for this afternaoon,; Irwin B. Laughlin of Pittsburgh, new United States ambassador to. I tingen, director of the hydrodyna-' red race is on the wane," he stat-I
arking one of the first coherent ;Spain, is shown conferring with General Primo do Rivera 'after present- mic institute .opened there in 1925,1 ed.I
thoves by congressional wets to pro- ing his credentials to liing Alphonso. and president of the Society fr 11 Intansrt the popu n l cvlia cred
sent a united front in their at --____- --- ----.. .... -_ _________--- Applied Mathematics and Mehan- . tht heInin ndhi ivliato
Irepts to repeal the ,Volstead law. I" ' I is of Gerpany He is connected
' a~ariaAss hage P yset rgelT~S c Tewithth Zeitshrift fuer Flugte- Cle ens ibrr H a
"This country," said Representa- to+Create Artificial 11 PUI G I dII[I dchnik nd Mto fuer fAgewandte Retrn~s F racy M eun
tLive LaGuardia, Republican, New LfnL braoIinlthe zeitschriftfurAgwntI e rislroetiS
'ork, one of the wet leaders, "has Liei ., tY+try Mathematk nd inechanik in the
goner through the same thing" that! L f! NU capacity of asste editor. Hle is also! Dr. Radolh G, Adams, custod-
Canaa ad oter ountieswh(cB iV o s° "" d '-< largely responsible fr the'"Grenz- fin of the William L. Clemrxents li-,
bradaohbanohaegcountrs hc. NEW YORK, Jan. 9.-The latest ____ schichttheorie" and the "Tragflue- brary, is expected to return to Ann
~anada and the other countries step, by science toward one of its , geltheorie" used ii aeronautical d- Arbor today from the East. HeI at-
Says Hoover's. Secretary Asked
have changed their laws and now h lardest tests, learning whether it sign, the membrane analogy and tended the an~uatl eeti~g of
rnbly this country and Finland re- i can pouelf riiilyi t Preparation of Scale of other important work in the theory I American historians during the lat-
T~n.' laboratories, was described lasti Sugar Duties. of elasticity, plasticity and the ter part of December at Durham,
"Conditions speak for them- ___ strength of materials. The work i North Carolina, presenting a paper
slves," he continued, and the wets! night by Dr. Paul R. Heyl, physi- which underlay the development of before the assembly. Since its ad-,
re "taking conditions as we find ist of the U. S. Bureau of Stand-! WORKED OUT PROPOSALS the Flettner Rotorschiff was done ; oul-nment, Dr. Adams has been in
hem and putting them into the ards. He spoke before a meeting of - I at the Goetting;en Aerodynamic in-! New York on business concerning
record, .~ ' i , :ari d Pt c ) stitute under his direction. ithe library.
"Th drs.aredeeatd. roibi Ithe New York Electrical Society. WASHINGTON, Jan. 9.-R. L. ; _________________________-________
flon has reached its pek !u This step he said, is the discov- Pudn suga expet fteD-____________________ ______________________
golmi. oda wtte ujc ery within thle year by Prof. Hans' ®°.
)role s. o ea wih hesuJec Fischer of Munich, Germany, of a partment of Commerce, told the(
l utit otefoeteon oway to make artificially the sub- jSnate Lobby Committee today heI
uto sputting the alcoolic liq- 'stance called the "respiration fr- hlad been asked by Walter Newton, j
4or trafc under proper regulation. mont." This material is the. red S on fPrsdn Hoe'ssce
Phe states that want it should have part offtheebloodcorusover'both in-
tt thuans anhe ld c Itucarethe Itaxies, to try to work out a sliding
Dy KligsSoe.Ioyefrmtelnstth dy scale for sugar duties in the pnd-! LAST TIMES TODAYz
The prhiiin ihose Waened-y tissues. Without it a person would ring-tariff bill.
~d gan n hehoseWeneda, suffocate. Fischer, after 17! Purdon added that he workedi owyou rhear the famou1s
eriteh twowes silingwhathe years research, succeeded in mak- out several different sliding scale sm~le that makxes rrlai
eresendryti.llg. eort ing the ferment from ordinary. proposals and Chairman T. H. Car- mlin
ep rkntaiBackDemisortchemicals, including carbon, hy- roar w ihluhtri:
droen oorkenominatedrBishop away, of the Lobby Committee, ask- laughter
r4mes Cannofn, jr., Methodist Epis- drogenhoxygen and nitrogen
ipal church, south, as "cheer lead- " The body," said Dr. Heyl, is1 him what became of them. I TeG nu isl
}r ,for thie dry forces, whose aferal iplYa physical and I still .have Them," erplid as #~ f
peeches,'he said, have recently had chemical laboratory. There is no a laugh rose in the audience. H
tgeneral "let down." reason why we cannot understand; Purdlon added that he understoodr
'ARpulcn vt ~ersntiv it all some day We are getn his proposal had been transmitted,
" ae fWsosia~ce h nearer all the time, to Chairman Reed Smoot, of the PLC
hooting of a Washington citizen "The progress recen)Ay has beenI Senate Finance Committee, through f 2:00-1:00
an enforcement officer on TIues- rapid, and the latest is the discov- the White house.! 11 r:00-5c,:05
ly night, whichv occurred, Ilie saiery of respiration ferment by Fisch-.r tuestioned about a "highly confi-i Welcome van7:0-ve0
then the 'officer was conlducting a1er. This ferment is the middleman j cntial" memorandum sent by Wil- 5c, 25cF
'aid without a serhgirn in delivery of oxygen from our !Bamn H. Baldwri, New York> public- , Wh -what's t-that?" >
__________blood to bodily tissues. This processI ity man, Junior Owens, secretary!
i s intimately connected with our of the American Bottlers of Carbon ;- -,r a larod Ll~yd the amateur d- ;4
* Iife. Its synthesis goes~ to show aed Beverages, Purdon said the in- f tvcnlnchspoiea
-il CAG F[C ht_______ _pal, in one of he auh thrill scnes
tha some day we shall know all the formation might have been obtain- from the late s nd graest Lloyd /
processes. ed from hint, comedy feature of them all. Ss-see¢Y9
--_______-____-____-, and H-HHAR-
IR AC _ JOBA~TIITG S HOWS AT jSATURDAY
____Y , J 2:0-3:j° DOROTHY MVACKAIL IN

What is happening is thait tiw TriOd- t ssrud PrcItC;
ian is seriously attom-pting to \VA!SIIINaT )N, Jan 9.-An in-
r just himself to his now onviri e; silgaton of the activities of char-
ment, and hence hiisc iviliff4irx i ! ltt a pivvate detectives, who s-
no mre decadent than i_,-t u n<ctl (enter the ranks of organized
white whom hie imitates" l.hir, 'fnilemt .idustriai disputes
Concluding, 7r. Guthe (iU,(!d nislad Uli, U worker and c1em-
*"We need give little heed w h yr o thea'Of ilIca oe
reports concerning the aiboii se' i% t t .. sin Wheei l er
approaching extinction. As a gnat-;Dmcao ouia
te o fct te ajr t it iirn Fi l urpose o the inquiry, un-
can Idian preer t brod tr e Or a r]'oSition of which he is the
their race." -author, would be to ferrt ot prac-
! tices of this nature and formulate
'Edm7onrson Will At'tend' proven tive legislation. The investi-
Educ~t C nferncegation would be conduicted by the
E~ 41~ronfoleece senate labor committee.
Meanwhile, another member of.
Dean J. B. Ednonson of the edui- the senate, Wagner of New York,
cation school is to leave town Sun-, who, like Wheeler, has beei inter-
day January 12 for Washington f ested in labor legislation, is draft-
where he is to attend a meeting of ing a series of bills intended to
! meet the problem of unemployment
the committee of nine, the con- 4 through action by the. federal'gov-
sulting committee of the National ! rnmenlt.
J survey of Education. 1-e has prepared three measures,
This' Committee, of which, Dean 1 providing : Long-range planning of
Edmnonson is a member, was form- public works under the -direction
ed by Federal authorization, anl of a boardt of cabinet members.
i through a, special Bruint of con - it han awnua1 authorization of
gross to take charge of a study - $i15,0t.1 to facilitate public
contrutiomintilles toidepression;.
education and conditions in this' fedeal co-oeration with sats
country. ;and muicaipities in the mainten-
has ---- aier ance of employment bureaus, with
The death rate from dptei an annual authorization of $4,000,-
hsdecreased two-thirds since th 000; and an expansion of the activi-
distribution of toxin-anti-toxin so-I ties of the breau of labor statistics
rum by the health--department. in the labor deartmnet.
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NOW
ti R AVISHING R (M\N(Ii l tv i i41< d5,, l xi sing senoitasZ
tinklin~e sound ofuId sk, U.rlutim, glow <4imooniight
a song of love that wakes in the hert 3.;ara in the soul and__
lives in 'the nlcmory91 A !'tn torn betwen duty .nd love ...a
= nassion flower witing between the fires of desire and hatred .. -
comnedy as light as a maiden's love whisper . . . drama as tense as
=the strings of a violin. "RIVMANC1Ij OF IIO GRANDE" will send you =
sailing on the river of adventure and delivht and music.
You'll marvel at the cast, which includes Warner Baxter, Mary
=Duncan, Antonio Moreno Robert Edeson and Mona Mais.
All.
Talkin
W lo~pigii"PteAdo ' er
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"THE GREAT DIV]

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THE THE THE
TIME, PLACE AND GIRL
with
GRANT WITHERS-BERT ROACH
A rollicking comedy of life and love set against a back-
ground of a modern college, and the miad 'whirl of
V Wall Street.

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PEPPY GIRLS!

HAPPY COMEDY!

Hart Schaffner &Marx
Our 1930 January Clearance gives bigger and
better values than ever before. To make reduc-
tions easier we have placed all our stock in three
groups.
Bargains? Comnpare- you'll see!

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[1 Y ]Including Regular
Values From
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[21 Including Regular
Values Of
$40
[3]1 Including Regular
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$40, to $50
FURNISHINGS
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