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First Africa-Brail SPEEC'' DIEPARTMENT COMPLETES SENATE ELECTS HOPKINS~
MalRoute Blazed Nt _ON EC gJIG P 4R TS n'eetrygLouis A. Hopkins of the
'1heappth sed yini u=cotton .that removes all the impuri- sgeeryng oflegUierwst eecte
By French Aviator, e t~f h iaien~t of ~ro $ ertr fteUiest eae
_____liustics and speech to record., ,t apuarat us is at present at a meeting Monday afternoon.
(13 AsocirrdF'rs~s ; ?eyigctinsof the voice has working 'successfully. Previous to! The annual report of the Board in.
(By As. ocwted ~~~ tLWP~~ect1On5 this the excess smoke from thisopCntlofSuetPbiaos
been finally completed and, ac-P'Cnrlo.Sudn ulctos
RIO JANEIRO May 13.-Bring- cordin~g to Prof, John H. Muyskens eration caused the University to was given during the session.
ing -with them the -first trans-At- of' this department, "is>'working E rp-j, t itS -use This fnew addition -________
lantic airmail to South America,1 like a charm."I is working so well tha~t at ;present! At a fashionable Pavris, inter na-,
Jiean Mermzoz, Frenchi aviator, a.nd! The machine is vertueful for the smoking process can go on un- ' tional horse show; for the first time
y us noticed inr the same room in which : women rode astride in an obstacle
two com~panions landed ,at, 6:12 a. all interested id speaking be ausai ~i~bel.ts
it442 xrt. tina.,asAnn bArbord.tonsaeexrsin f' -' '
m. 4:1 a.M.,Annt~ror time)' het , mIto fee Ropia
today at Natal, near the northwest- thir eir vlcts.tnsadepsioof w.
P~i tip of the continent. The mechanism consists of ,a
hJ'e landing comnpleted a flightE needle attached to a cuaphram1 2, 3:30, 7 & 9NO
of about 1,700 miles from St. Louis',IthaLf vibratfes 1vbie the stu~dent. S~~C
$~eal, which is near the far east-; talfksrtQ tnesofli vcen
can tip of Africa. It took 21 hours aeiidof FRAoKl L.yL
and 12 minutes, more than an houri With the recen isalation of A4; I1A XS LANE
lon'ger to~an ~the aviators had ex- air filter that driyes the excess
petdwould be necessary. smoker, d o ba fn herecoird-~ JOSEPH WAGSTGAFF
ine aperlthoughfiters of oiledi
You'll never forget the songs they sng and th~dnces
they do-'
71 AYHere's a wonderful love story which is cast with
z, g g anddancing stars. .

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DetoitTheaters
SNUBERT LAFAYETTE
Al'exander McKaig Presents
In A SatriciaI Debunking Comedy
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11:30 TO 1:00 P. M.
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Agpin sojething neCv ,romnthe
4,nderworld with ,,more thrills
per -Ininute than you can
im~agine. Story is highly in-
teresting and excellent support-.
ing' cast adds realisi.

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Qvrue Leefr ug"................11hmn
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=ISCN CONCERT Coa
WeTdnsday, May 1, 8:15 p. m. M Cocert
iSoloiss: C HAYIIDUX, Soprano
S rtJ-I CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCETRA
FRrE17dRCK STOCK Cnduco
EALV MOE onutr
Program
I Ovrtue "~iebsf .....g".................:...............Shumne ne
Fataia Francescdo DaimioTnor Soli,.N.rTtoraiChorus
Song wrdietra nd Oran.
arendFuge ViinC'M,
Morggifce, nmao ...................... ... ....... Strauss
r L~y tihoic oriaio sfor i aouandOr etra ..nd Organ ..5Fanc
I STHID CONCRT Chral'
TI-rsdaiy, a 1, :15p. r. concert
I .Soloists: RUGGILROARICCI. Voran
IJOHN WHITE,' arionae S
CH1.LDI N'S ,STBassHRU
TH OCHSTALGOCSMPAONY :OCHTRA.
5~~~V 'OR Coirnctoestalhou
.rom.PNig'ram". elsshS
"KngDaid,"y of yStion......................s. after a 'Drarb
eSi Ruggiero... Hoieci
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.1 =F (iday, May 16, M 8:15 rchp.ramb Frdrick s Conce.t.
1 I For S DU oLIAliAChorus $Orcletnd rno
THIR RCONCERT Children pit~p
I ooss RUGI~DER ICCI, V[olin
.I Program
Ove. Lo tunls Cve ....... ..............lten4an .
~~~ak )da.rk~ii I'ithfrme L r.... .. ...... ......Msstent E
Crdl Rigchard Bo.. ........n.e. . .. lixr
4Serze by thstmie Bok rmighstora".mpo.........Beethovejqn
yAia pisGn d DfaSng~Sn b..r.e" r....... d Shd. . Gonog
ChlrnsFstvlCou
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Suite from....he.Betrohal.............. Dlamnarter w
M: Vr. IBonelli -
ti Boero. .........................avel
; Ara. Cotnpis to le pays" from "Mignon'.......... ...Thomas5
acchnaleVerson)Miss Giannini,
Bachanle(Paris Vesio') .ndFipple fromOverure,
-' Tat nhauser . . ....... .....Wagner
;~FIFTH .CONCERTSy pny
I Saturday, May 17, 2:30 p. tn.. Coicert=
Soloists: GUY MAIER, PianistW
L.FE PrTISONr, Pianis~t-
j-,l3 CHICAGO- SYMPHONY QRCI-L.ESTRA .:
FRI' DEIICK STOCK..Conjtwtor
Programn
5Overture to "Egmont"....................... Beethoven
~Sympihony ,No. 2 E minor ....... ........ ,... ,.......Rachmaniotv
Largo-Alle ro Moderato
- Allegro .lottoW
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Algovivace
Concerto i'Efafor two pianos and orehwsra. ............ ... Mozart
5 'Allegro
Andante con moto-
:tondo. Allegro vivace
SSIXTH CONCERT Cho~ral
'SatI rday:May 17, 8:15 P. 1. CQncort
'Soloists: NANETTE GU~.ILORD, Soprano =
KATHRYN MEISLE, Contralto
PAUL' ALTHOtJSE. Tenor
CHASE BfAROM,80, Bass
THLE HICAGO SYMPHONY OLtCIIEStRAa
CARL V. MQOEConuoprUI
=- THIEUNIVERSITY CHOJLgUNON
I - )AlMI3Rt CH-RISTTAN. Organista
_Program "a
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The representativ.rate lstd-elow are'fQ
day $tation-to-Statiopncalls and are eff~ctiye
between 4:30 a. mn. and 7:00 P. rm.
A ,Station-to-Station cell is onie made to a
telephone number rather than' to a piarticular
person.
You may reverse the .charges ,to your hom~e
telephone if you wish.
Rates/frem Ann Arbor to: staibt nation
ATLANTA, GA...... f.+:. . ".:" "
2A.DIIL.AC........."........ . .105
EyATON RAPIDS .............. .X45
F~Ii'NTr1.. . ... .. ..... .. . " . . ": 45'
KALAMAZOO ................... .76
KANSAS CITY, Mo.... ".. "... 2 55
LANSING...... .... "........,. .45
M ('A CfTKINAC ISLAND...........1.40
cM cU S I A ,. ......................... .. ,. .95
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SOUTH -IAVEN... .... .0
TRENON /f..""f""."..".." ".30

Stan )Lurel and O liver Hardy, the supreme
coinics of the silver-sheet, are at the top of
their amusing artistry as a pair of slow witted
peasants. They give to "Rogue Song" an
assurance of hilarity which justifies 'the de-
scriion the picture hais everything."

THE STAR tOF THE "DIAIMOND HOj

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