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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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MANY ORATORS
ENTER CONTEST
Twenty-Three Students Will Compete
for the Honor of Being Mich-
Igan's Representative.

CAPTAIN OF ALABAMA TRACK
TEAM COMES TO MICHIGAN.

Ned V. Scott, Quarter Miley, Will
Eligible for All Fresh
This Spring.

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Ned V. Scott, captain of the Univer-
sity of Alabama track team in 1911,

ONE WOMAN WOULD LIKE PLACE.Ihas entered the engineering depart-

of the month at 25% discount. This inclydes
Suits and Overcoats in blue, black, brown and

Twenty-three students have entered
the University Oratorical contest to be
held March 1 to determine Michigan's
representative in the Northern Orator-

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ical League this year. There is one
woman among the entries and the
competitors are divided among the dif-
ferent classes as follows: sophomores,
six; juniors, 13; seniors, four.
From the preliminary contests, two
seniors, two juniors, and one sopho-
more will be selected for the final con-
test, the winner of which will receive
the Chicago Alumni Medal, and a
Kauffman testamonial of $100.00. The
second place will be awarded a Kauff-
man testimonial of $50.00.
There will be five preliminary con-
tests, owing to the large number of
junior entries. These will all be held
in room B of the law building, and for
the first time will be open to the pub-
lic without charge.
The first junior preliminary will be
held Monday evening, February 24.
The following will speak upon the sub-
jects and in the order given: W. W.
Schroeder, '14; "The Age of the Ex-,
pert;" H. E. Johnson, '14, "The Prob-
lem of the Next Fifty Years;" L. S.
Hulbert,'14L,"The Rules of the Game;"
H. G. Allerton, '14, "Our Supreme
Court-Ruler or Servant of the Peo-
ple;" L. D. David, '14L, "The Social
Reformer;" C. F. Phillips, '14L, "The
Problem of our Municipalities;" and
J. W. Harding, '14L, "Homer Lea."
The second preliminary will be held
the following evening the following
being the dompetitors :-Helen Magee,
'14, "Woman's Work in the World;"
H. C. Tallmadge, '14; "Americans in
America;" P. V. Blanshard, '14, "Chris-
tianity and the Social Crisis;" C. C.
Lockwood, '14, "Progressivism in Gov-
ernment;" W. C. Mullendore, '14, "The
Degredation of our National Honor;"
and B. J. Jonkman, '14L, "The Home
of the "Peace Tribunal."
The final junior contest will be held
Saturday, March 1, from which the
two representatives for the final uni-
versity contest will qualify.
The sophomore contest from which
one man will qualify for the university
finals, will be held Wednesday, Febru-
ary 26. The following are the entries
and subjects, in the order in which
they wil speak: C. E. Franklin, '15L,
4"The Broad Function of the Common
School;" A. A. Scheerer, '15, "Philip-
pine Independence;" C.'C. Chang, '15,
"The Chinese Republic and Recogni-
tion;" S. J. Rosenstein, '15L, "Amer-
ica and the Jew;" 0. P. Grant, '15,
"The Eight Hour Law for Women
Workers;" and T. H. Hood, '15, "Arm-
ed Peace."
The senior contest is set for Thurs-
day February 27. The speakers are:
E. J. Rosenburg, '13, "The Modern
Prometheus;" J. L. Primrose, '13, "In-
dustrial Peace;" H. E. Goodenow, '13,
"Unrealized Peace; " and W. W. Wheat-
ley, '13, "A Central Bank."
Soph lit dance Barbour Gym Satur-
day 2:30. 90

ment. He is a quarter miler, and has
a record of :52 in the long sprint
which he made in the Southern Inter-
collegiate Athletic Association.
Scott reported to trainer Farrell
yesterday, and will begin training at
once for the indoor season. He will
be eligible for the all-fresh this spring,
and will probably be able to enter in-
tercollegiate competition next year.
The Dixie star has received a B. S.
from the academic department of the
southern institution, and this may de-
bar him from the varsity team. He
enters the engineering department as
a junior.
LITERARY SOCIETIES WILL
PICK TWO FRESHMEN TEAMS
The ,Adelphi and Alpha Nu literary
societies will hold tryouts for the an-
nual freshmen debating teams at their
meetings tonight and tomorrow night.
Freshmen in either of the societies
who try for the teams will deliver a
prepared speech of about ten minutes
in length, and unless more than six
men tryout selections for the team
will probably be made at the same
meeting. The subject which will be
debated by the freshmen teams this
year is: Resolved-That the presiden-
tial term of office should be extended

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TJ HERE are those who will come to you and beg for the
privilege of takmng' a p;iture of that group.
IHEY have nothing e1se to (10 but beg. If they were real
vphotographers thy would se too busy to beg.
lOME even try to make appointments by telephone,
using my name.
would be pleased to have anyone who is interested com-
pare my poorest negates with their best.
E you just want to see s'meone burn up hi flash powder,
a let anyone do it-but if y u want a real photographer
to make a real picture
JUST TELL ME WHEN L Y N D 0 N
AND WHERE' L
W E do more Amateur Developing, Printing, Enlarging and
Lantern Slide han all the others in Ann Arbor put to-
gether, because we do bc ter work more promptly, by the most
modern methods, at the same prices. moc per roll, any size or
length. Prints, 3c, 4C and 5c. Postals, 5c.
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to six years and that no president
should be eligible for re-election.
ALUMNUS FOR FEBRUARY IS
DELAYED IN PUBLICATION.
Although the February issue of the
Michigan Alumnus 'was due to appear
yesterday, the current number will not
be out before the first of next week.
This delay in publication has been,
caused by the diffict .ty the printers
experienced with some two color il-
lustrations which will be reproduc-
tions of the tables recently displayed
in University hall, comparing some
Michigan scholastic statistics with
those of other universities.
Preparations Made for Practice Court.
Transactions in the cases which will
be tried by the senior laws next sem-
ester are now being worked over, in
order that the points on which the ac-
tion hinges can be brought out. The
practice court sessions will begin on
February 17, and it is expected that
the freshmen will again act as jurors.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted-Second hand microscope
with oil immersion lenses. Address
Carl Culp, Box 4, Chelsea, Michigan.
,Phone 114. 90
Wanted-Student representatives.Good
pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
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LOST
Lost-Physics experiments bound in
book form, belonging to R. J. Carter.
Call 240-L, and receive reward. 88-90
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Good fifteen room house
suitable for fraternity in good quiet
location. Steam heated. H. F. Frost,
Real Estate, First Nat. Bank. 90-94
For Sale or Rent-Desirable Lunch
Room. Phone 740-J. 89-92
All cars in the future will stop at
Goodyear Drug Store. I tf
Try Martha Washington Candy at
the University Pharmacy. Fresh every
day. 90

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