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AGil TWO ': THJE MICHIGAN DAILY TIAMrSDA

.Y, MARl kC 6, 1930

DAVSTO CUND IC J CAPTAIN SERGIEVSY TO ATTEMPT
t .' NEWs'TRANSPOR'TALTITUDE REC ORD
INDBUSTRIAL STUDY 6 .
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OF CT A TRES ...x . * ;' '

a. r >r"STUDENTSINFA C SPEND MOREirrflll
STIME ON STUDIES, ______ III iJLRi
IS N-Th r~hstdns. edmr they are taught the geographyr, lit- fEN I F O D
Spooks. time on their studies tihani you! erature, history, and the political ___
"Dakend Rom," losng o- do; they d o have so#an economic sYstem~s of France. TOULOUSE, France, March '5. -
light at the 'Wuerth, turns one of ' yahei otsS~ o have, Professor Chlamard is at the head On ude rmr naiat
?hiip ibb' rcen boks ntoa and so, findinglittie else to do, they; of the department of French liter-; of Moissac perished, it was feared,
'study," declareci Prof. Henri Ch1a- ature at the Sorbonne. Hie is giv-shrlafemingtw nth
riediocre, though passable film,.id, viiigpoesro rnhigtocusshr tteUi Tarn river, swollen, by floods, broke
'With chap prop useditna tw- itorrses hfrom atSothe Uni- Ithrough a dike and'submerged the,
lieatfromhenhiscssinrte iffer-i versity: French literature of the town. The disaster, if confirmed,
notonious degree throughout the alwe icsho h ifr 17th century at 2 o'clock Monaiday, i s one of the worst flood catas-
' ictuire, and with the plot slashed, ences between AmicridWesdy andFidy i1ro trophies in France during the last
ededzadFiai om;o its bare skelcton, the merit of French~ college student { 08Rmac Lnuze bidig( century,.
ph prdciniPon ntei- iut do not thlink mrie to cri' icize and Fec otyofte1t et Two quarters. of the city-those
dividual performances. the Americans, for I adi ire them ofttoMatinindnSe.1Ctoerne-y
Nel Ha i towho can usalwoanwneo opaya d ee-Iuy ie nth a ero t4 w r'l otobliterate'd in'the surge
o co tduo ofl h oeo ie"PoesrCaad added o'clock on the same days. On ac- ofmodwae'rn the broken
e f _=Profsso I o fl
i. ealhy ero iscas, odlythat the average French student count of the great interest that has dike. Residents were caught un-
was ot ellsitate fianca~vbeen shown in1 these two courses,
enough as a sick-brained spirit- as his American counterpart, and they have been opened to all French awares.coanpserisoehemasthi
ualst.Despite the fact that ap- consequently he realized the abso-usudents, whether they are enroll-1 ers, fleeing, were, trapped and
pearances are against him. for suchI lute necessity of constant applica- edintemo nt drowned.
pat hsi nobel ftiona to his studies, liIer nhslplterst
aprtiisudutdyone o r wihidcae hth sa CThe city already was in darkc-
his best pieces of ch~aracter per- "Hwe er, econtinued, "I feel HoerHwhch inisthapt he sCete- h
>. ertanta-teAeiansuet valier of the Legion d'Honneur, an ness, the rising wate.rs having de-
ostr eais Eey rsayent h ifeaihtesaeptnta-hnracoddbhe Frenchr gov- stroped its electric light facilities
opposite, is er usualhtyp as "oldites a h French, so that, uznder er cinment chiefly to men of military and cut its gas mains....Sparse re-
but come-hither." The cinema gets I ike circumstances they would do? fame, but also to civilians who have ports received here mentioned the
an even C. L. M. M.; equally as well."' distinguished themselves in their futile cries of drowning and trap-
Vagabonds and Lewis. I Preferring to speak in his native particular fields of endeavor. ped residents.
Opening tonight in Detroit at a 'French, Professor Cha'mard reveal- '
gala, gala, premiere is Dennisa ed the fact that there are many
King's all-technicolor "Vagabond Aivrlican students who come to the _
King" at the Paramount. This Sorbonne to study. "Smith college 1
promises to be one of the outstand- {,sends over 40 girls each year to Mfe
ing productions of the season and 4 study with us," he declared, char-
likewise the first production of acterizing the students as "tres
note fromi Paramount since "The gentil." Numerous other American
SLady Lies." colleges send students to the French_______________________
Friday brings Ted Lewis, self- university to acquire the French OLEIEPEotntikta
styled "high-hatted tragedian ofI culture. ODR1;EOPLEotntikta
jazz," and his band in person to Professor Chatnard said that the+ college life is one of easy, lolling
Detroit's Michigan as the stage at- Sorbonne offers a special course forarudYoknwbte.Yukw
"traction. foreigners in the various aspects of that the tay grind of classes 'and
French -civilization. In this coursethsea
---__----_-____--__-_-_--_- outside activities takes every ounce
ITwo Faculty Members Tetrs
Au ~. Ij of energy you have.
1l to Leave for lveeting i l etroit TTehmettrpesr radyto. Keep fit if you expect to epi
Prof. Arthur E. Wood and Mrs. eat cereals served in the up! Kellogg's ALL-BRAN will pre-
Alie W Rmer o th scioog CA S HEA ERdining-rooms of American vent constipation, the cause of most
department, will go to Cleveland, W. P. Tanner Presen~ts colleges, eating clubs and ill health. Two tablespoonfuls eaten
SMarch 7 and 8 to attend a meet- ifaente r aeb
ing under the joint auspices of the ' HE ROAL59IN Kellogg in Biattle Creek. every day will keep you strictly re'g-
"E OYL 1P INThey include Kellogg's ular. It's guaranteed. ALL-BRA'N
Cleveland Associated Charities and Nights 50e to $2.50l Corn Flakes,'Pe'p Bran
Western Reserve University. Sat. Mar.: 50c to $'2 00 Flakes, Rice Krlspies,Wheat is a pure, wholesome cereal, delicious
J -_ Popular Mat. Wed.: 50c to $1.50 Krumbles and Kellogg's with milk or cream, mixed with other
-. I ShreddledWhole',Wheat Bis- .. r ..___

01 cl A s~oCUtcd P.T hO8 Ota
Capt. Boris Sergievsky seated in the giant two-motoreat seaplane in
3which he will try for the world's altitude record for transport seaplanes'
carrying a useful load of 2,000 kilograms, or about 4,409.24 pounds. The
attempt will be made from New York harbor.
Drivr Splls lassivo Union Teamhs Play
in Street; Pays Fine inSm-ialtoih
Player~s on the two basketball
Because he failed to pick up a, teams who will play in the semi-
pile of bottles that spilled from his finals of the Union underclass de-
truck on Packard street, and be- partment's freshman tournament
caus he ad o chuffur'sli-will meet in the Intramural build-
caus hehad o cauffur' liing at 7 o'clock tonight. All men
cease with him, I-I. J. Gully, North must present health cards in order
Main street, was given the alter- to play.
natives of paying fines and costs The teams under the direction of
totalling $44.10 or of spending the :)Duane Baldwin, '32, and Robert
next 30 days In the county jail . H'? 1 Murphy, '31, will compete in to-
paid. night's round.

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SHOWS AT
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7:00-9:00

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SIX COUNTRIES-
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'Nearly 4,000, members in 1929
Ist Class Hotels
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from
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KING VIDOR'S
Sensational and Daring Romance!
OF NEGRO LIFE __k

e'unday Morning LOVE" ~ODY YLD
All T.alking Comedy A Song Cartoon
Kinogra msq
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only
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SThe all-talking laugh sensation of the year
U Three-%-Live
Frm heGho-&sts
Fromih stage play of the same name

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MARCH4
17-24

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A CAMPUS MUSICAL COMEDY
Tickets $1.50 to $2.50
Send Stamped Self-Addressed Envelove to Jane Yearnd, 'Betsy 'Barbour
House, Ann Arbor. Michigan.

Coming-Cecil B. Deeille's "Dynamite"

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