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THlE MICIGAN DAILY XVDAAPRIL , t04

PAGE TWO

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MOVE PE VI EWS
is cast as his widow. Suspicious cir-
cumstances surrounding the death of
"Keeper of the Flame," I. A. R. the hero prompts Tracy to investi-
Wylie's deeply significant story of gate further and his discoveries lead
3ontemporary American life, has been dhiminto a whole-souled love for the
brought to the screen. The picture man's wife.
version, starring Spencer Tracy and
Katherine Hepburn, and directed by*
George Cukor, will come to the Mich- More than forty top-ranking stars
igan Theatre today. in one picture is the score for "Star
The drama presents Spencer Tracy Sage htmwihoesa
as a newspaper man sent to cover the Spangled Rhythm', which opens at
funeral of one of America's most the State today.
loved figures, a man who had been The story concerns the efforts of
hero, patriot, benevolent philanthro- a studio gateman, Victor Moore, and
pist and industrialist. Miss Hepburn telephone operator, Betty Hutton, to
build themselves up to Moore's sailor
son, Eddy Bracken, by deceiving4 him
into believing that the old man is
CLASSIFIED head of the studio and Betty his
secretary. The deception is a cinch
by correspondence but it becomes
something less than that when Eddy
shows up in Los Angeles on shore
leave.

Interscholastic
Finalists Will
Debate Fridayv

MYSTERIOUS MALADY KILLS SMELT:
Army, Civilian Food Supply Threatened by Fish Losses

By CLAIRE Sh1ERMAN

A mysterious malady that is claim-
ing the lives of thousands of smelt in
Detroit Free Press, the Great Lakes threatens to disrupt
Extension Service Will the traditicnal spring runs of smelt
Off M 1 P 'in the northern Michigan streams
Offer Medals, Prizes and make the already critical fish
food situation even more acute, the
Lansing Eastern and Bloomfield state conservation department re-
Hills Cranbrook high schools. finalists ported yesterday.
in the lower peninsula tournaments, "The heavy losses of smelt is very
will participate in the twenty-seventh important because requirements of,
annual interscholastic debate finals
to be presented at 7:30 pm Frida fish for civilian, army and lend-lease
Abpr esntHedt:30pum. Friyuse is estimated at seven billion
April 16, in Hill Auditorium.

pounds for the year, and present fig- alone has declined from 40.000 to not be the cause iii open waters, such-
ures indicate that only three and a 50,000 pounds a day to a few hundred as Lake Huron," he added.
half billicn poundsa poundswl ade Supervisors studying the problems
Dr. John Van Oosten, coordinator of ns have cnsidered temperature and
Great Lakes fisheries for the United Investigations have not indicated hve cosie emeture and
~even thet possible effects of bomnbing,
States Fish and Wildlife Service and rny cause of the deaths," Dr. Van practices. but have found nothing
University Senior Aquatic Biologist. Oosten said. "The fish have been ex- that would lead to such heavy losses,
said yesterday. amined while still breathing, but we he said.
The government alone has placed can find no injuries or lesions. It is Discussing the possibility that the
an order for two million pounds of entirely possible that the fish may deaths are a natural occurrence, Dr.
smelt for Army use as compared to still be used for human consumption." Van Oosten said that cycles of mor-
the average ten million pounds used "Fisherman in the Green Bay area tality in smelt have been reported
for civilian consumption. Smelt attribute the malady to a lack of since 1840. but never before in open
catches through the ice on Green Bay oxygen in the water, but this could lakes.

The event is sponsored jointly by
the Detroit Free Press and the Uni-
versity Extension Service. The Free
Press will present gold watches to
each of the four contestants, while
the Extension Service will award ap-
propriate trophies.
Regent Alfred V. Cornbull has been
named chairman of the event. The
judges will be Prof. Lionel Crocker of
Denison University, Prof. Carl G.
Brandt, and Prof. G. E. Densmore,
both of the University speech depart-
ment.
The topic is "Resolved, a Federal
World Government Should be Estab-
lished." The Cranbrook team will
present the affirmative agruments
while Eastern High School will rep-
resent the negative contentions.

WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE!

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one or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional 5 words.)
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three or more days. (In-
crease of $.25 for each
additional 5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request
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FOR RENT-Baby Grand piano in
good condition. Phone 2-4026.
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TRANSPORTATION to New York
offered for help in driving. Leav-
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WANTED-Used clothes. Best prices
paid. Ben the Tailor, 122 E. Wash-
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WANTED - GOOD BINOCULARS.
Will pay cash or can trade Leica
or Argus miniature cameras with
equipment. Box: 102, Mich.. Daily.
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FOR SALE
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And cap.' All in perfect condition.
Apply A.E.M., 262 Bridge Street,
Northampton, Mass.

Betty conceives a crack-brain
scheme of how to continue the de-
,eption for the duration of the boy's
leave as well as put on a show for
them with a roster of stars partici-
pating.

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