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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

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Family; More Rioting

In Cuba

Radio Progrram
For Week Will
Present Kahn
Dr. Belknap To Relate His
Experiences Of Winter
In Arctic Region
Prof. Ralph L. Belknap of the ge-
ology department, who recently re-
turned from a year of research in
Greenland where he established a
base station near the Cornell glacier,
will discuss "A Winter In The Arctic"
on the University night program
Thursday evening over station WJR.
"Disimmunity" will be the topic of
Prof. Reuben L. Kahn, director of the
Clinical Laboratories, who appears on
the same program.
The Sunday program at 2 p. m.
today, will feature Prof. U. Garfield
Rickert, of the Dental School, who
will talk on "The Importance of
Caring for the Temporary Teeth of
Children." The astronomy series on
Tuesday afternoon will be concluded
by Prof. W. Carl Rufus who will pre-
sent "A Voyage into Space."
"Sculpturing" will be the topic
of Prof. Avard Fairbanks in the fine
arts series on Wednesday, while on
Thursday afternoon, Edward Low-
rey, coach of the Varsity hockey
:eam, will be interviewed in the reg-
Alar weekly sport's talk.
The vocational guidance program
on Friday will present Prof. Herman
H. Riecker of the School of Medicine
who discusses, "The Profession of
Medicine." The usual musical in-
Atuction programs will be given by
?rof. Joseph E. Maddy Monday and
Tuesday mornings, and Monday af-
ternoon.
The essence of recovery is in the
will of people to recover more than in
any particular plan. - Rabbi Abra-
ham Nowak.
PRINTING-Reasonable Prices
T HE ATHENS PRESS
Down~ town - 206 North Main
Next to Mein Post Office Dial 2-1013
WE SELL TYPEWRITING PAPER

--Associated Press Photo
Crowds that assembled to protest the resignation of Ramon Gran San Martin as Cuba's president ran
for cover when machine guns were trained on them. Three were killed and at least 14 injured in the shooting.

Flight Chief Watches Skies For Companions

Letter Found
In Greenland
By Explorers
(Continued fron Page 1)
8,841 or 8,844 feet above sea level.
The thickness of the ice there, be-
lieved to be 6,000 to 8,000 feet, may
be calculated with the help of physi-
cists. It first will be necessary to de-
termine how rapidly sound travels
through thick layers of ice at low
temperatures.
Six weeks of the comforts of home,
and the explorers already are think-
ing of another expedition to Northern
Greenland, "where a depression was
just a rumor. We are going back as
soon as we obtain financial backing.
for another expedition." Belknap has
been on four expeditions to Green-
land, and Schmeling has taken part
in three.

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SUD DEN
a SERVICE

-Associated Press Photo
All the leis which confronted Lieut-Comm. Knefler McGinnis, com-
mander of the six navy seaplanes on their record flight to Hawaii,
didn't stop him from gazing into the sky to watch his other planes
land in Pearl harbor after his was the first to alight.

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Can You Imagine Such Food
Values At Such Low Price?

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Sunday hours 12:00 to 2:00 _

5:15 to 7:30

Sunday Features These Values!
Roost Leg of Veal with Dressing . . . . 15c
Turkey a la king & Mushrooms & Biscuit 15c
Broiled Large T-Bone Steak, Gravy. . 19c
Breaded Pork Chop, Fresh Applesauce1. 4c
Potted Swiss Steak a la Tavern . . . . . 15c
Baked Swift's Premium Virginia Ham . 15c
Fried Hampton Bay Sea Scallops . . . . 15c
Broiled Small Sirloin Steak . . . . . . 15c
Baked Genuine Idaho Potato........ ..5c
Creamed Fresh Cauliflower au gratin. . .5c
French Fried or Mashed Potatoes...... 5c
Baked Fresh Hubbard Squash.........5c
Baked Boston Beans..................5c
Buttered Fresh Carrots ..............5c'
Buttered Green String Beans .......... 5c

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When you come in, examine our completv
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