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P NU T y! IIN IU I I fi <.1Aictcture School to Display
Theologian Will Speak
on Sunday Af ternoon
Dr. Eustace H-ayden, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago, will speak at;
4:30 o'clock Sunday, instead of at
8:15 o'clock: as previously announe-
~ ANNARBj-.OR NEWSBR[S
Search for Cigars
Arrested for SPe eding
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p g? jEuropean Advertising ed. Rabbi Bernard Heler, of the Local police officers have search- Areted on a. p edng car h'
Hilel foundation. sid last night. ed for a great many strange things Wednesday as h v; llegedly
Photogaphy.Dr. Hayden, profesor of corn which have ben reported lost, but driving 3 miles an hour on W. Hu-
An exhibition of foreign adver-! parative religions, will discus "A Fritz Barth, 512 Hiscock street, rol street, Henry Winsow R. R,
uising photography representing Humanist's Philosophy of Life."~ really gave them somthing to No. 5, appeared in justice couit.
the work of eight nations and 50Hilaetbo,"Teustfth think about yesterday, whn he re- yesteray to answer the ''irge. li
Hislatst ook "h Qestof neported to headquarters the loss of a was given the option of payinga
artogcanters cNewuYoredwilltoen Ages," has aroused comment among Ieather cigar case containing three fine of $10 and $4.55 court osts
today in the third bloor gallery of, philosophers throughout the coun-; cigars. or servinig a 10 day ,sentene in
the architectural building and will try, Rabbi Heler said ysterday.' The case also contained a $5 bill, county jail. The fine was not paid.
'.. continue through next week, Prof.
R~Emil Lrch. head of the architec-
tural school announced yesterday. LAST TIMES TODAY
Many of the best-known Europ-
ean photographers are represented JOHN WUAYNE "dGIRLS DEMAND EXCITEMENT"
in the showing which includes work
y 1done for 'magazines, moving pc-.
Sture stills, posters, booklets, and
other industrial uehe sid
ThGrmnusssad STARTING SATURD1AY
The Grmangroup includes Her- I AS
x j bert Bayer, Errell and Peterhans
i £3j Iwhile some of the Frenchmen are Diya
Alban, Kertesz and Krull. The
IRussian pictures are chiefly motion 20- 4
t'picture stills and industrial sub- :0-:
> 211 jects. In assembling the material, ;
an s effortmenf was made to represent
SAssociatedL Press Photo. niques in photography.
The Marquis Merry Del Val gree inrg Alfonso de Bourbon on the
latter's arrival at Dover, England, wheni the frmer Spanish mdanarchhi
,fi'rst set foot on English soil after his abdication. Marquis Del Val was WA NT AD S PAY
the former Spanish ambassador to London.,>&,
THERE'S nothing better than a bowl of
delicious Kellogg's Corn Flakes and milk. So,
easy to digest, it invites sound sleep.
Dietitians advise it. How much more health-
ful than, hot, heavy foods.
So order Kellogg's when you drop in at
the campus restaurant tonight. Enjoy with
canned peaches, or sweeten with honey for
an extra treat. Good,., and good for you
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evening at 10.30 E. S. T. Also KFI1
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