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-_THE MICHIGAN DAILY

_ .

iiTinainrThese are: The Japanese immigra- o
9NNE TfIClI Otion, the Recognition of Soviet Russ-s
ia, Campus Activities, or upon thea
fl llfITrT Open Shop question. It is absolutelya
essential that each applicant selectb
his topic at the time of registration.
ALL APPLICANTS MUST REPORT "Two hours before the contest,"t
TO COMMITTEE BEFORE Watts continued, "each participante
DEC 17 will be assigned a specific branch ofa
the question he has chosen, which will,
"All thaw- who wish to take part give him only a limited time to ar-
"Althexteposeawhouis perange his ideas. In this way we can;
in.the extemporaneous speech con- esrthtnhngbtetmr-
test to be held in Hill auditorium;I be sure that nothing but extemper-
fo e s t o b h e d n H ll u d t r u a n e o u s s p e e c h e s w ill b e g iv e n . E a ch
in January must make application be- aeosipec will be given Each
fore the 17th of this month," saidm participant will then be given seven
David A. Watts, '21, chairman of the minutes to speak.
contest which is to be conducted un- Student Judges
der the auspices of the Oratorical as- "This contest is open to all stu-
sociation, dents of the University with the ex-
Four Topies ception of freshmen and members of
There are to be faur chief tonics Delta Sigma Rho.

of the public speaking department, the
speeches will be judged entirely by
a student jury. This jury will also
award the prize which will probably
be in the form of a silver loving cup.
Further information may be ob-
tained from Watts, who may be reach-
ed any night between 6 and 7 o'clock
at 1224-M.
MiCHIGANENSIAN NOTICES
All fraternities, sororities, and
organizations must have pic-
tures taken for the Michiganen-
sian before Christmas vaca-
tion, This is final.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

(
i

AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

upon which applicants

may speak.

According to Prof. R. D. Hollister,

Comical Ben

Turpin Is Shining Star in Mack Sen-

nett's Five Part Bombshell of Joy,

Girls and Jollity

Screen
Majestie - Ben Turpin with a
supporting cast of the entire
Mack Sennett gallery of beau-
ties in "Married Life." Also a
special feature, "Milestoles."
Arcade - Dorothy Gish in her
latest breezy story, "Flying
Pat."
Wuerth-Wanda Hawley in "Her
Beloved Villian."
Orpheum-Harry Carey in "Blue
Streak McCoy."
THIS WEEK
Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-Jack Nor-
'worth with an unusual sup-
porting cast in the comedy hit
of New York, "My Lady
Friends."
Schubert (Detroit)-"Little Miss
Charity," Richard C. Hern-
don's 1921 musical comedy suc-
cess, with Frank Moulan and
Marjorie Gateson and a score
of dancing, singing chor;ters.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
sults.-Adv.
I CHUBERT
prsnsDET R oi TCart
H 0. 1fERNDO" Ltle Miss Caiy
D E T R 0 IT

BILLINGTON WILL ORGANIZE
MUSEUM PLANT COLLECTION
Mr. Cecil Billington, secretary of the
Detroit News corporation and asso-
ciate curator of plants for the Univer-
sity museum, spent the week-end in
Ann Arbor.
Mr. Billington has given several
thousand specimens to the museum.
He is now undertaking the work of
organizing the entire collection of
plants for which he has recently pro-
vided new metal cases.
Dr. Vaughan Favors Sterilization
"Restaurant-wear, as a rule, is not
sterilized," according of Dr. Victor C.
Vaughan, of the Medical school. He
declares sterilization to be of the
greatest importance.

i

DELIVERY COMPLAINTS
Delivery of Dailies in the sec-
tion east of State street and
north of North University has
been irregular for the last two
weeks. This has been caused
by frequent unavoidable chang-
es in carriers on this route. A
new carrier starts delivering
this route with this morning's
issue so hereafter subscribers
in this district should receive
their papers regularly.
All Dailies on all . routes
should now be received by 7:30
o'clock and should be folded so
they will not be blown away.

I

uRP EUVM
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY
HARRY CAREY.
IN

I

I.

I':

I

"Blue

Streak

ADDED FEATURES

JACK DEMPSEY

*

IN

"Daredevil Jack"

Jack Norwo h in

"MY LADY
FRIENDS"

AND
Clay Play Comedy

U.

BEGINNING A FOUR DAY RUN AT THE M JESTIC TODAY

Wednesday W UADMISSION
I ThusdayChildren 100.

SHE HAS

WON THE HEARTS OF THOUSANDS-
AND SHE'LL WN _OURS

"REVENGE
IS SWEET
-SOME
TIMES"

"HATREU
IS

d KIN

TO LOVE"

ARCAD .Today and
ARTADynTomorrowg
th4''rms r g, '" t.tsihs y
a : I
...,- LAUGHS
we roh ih Fyng aar ! T,"n coe to0 tper.
cae heaitre.TdyadTmro n ag
THE NEW ARTI FILM COMPANYchcl-ptue
PaPESENTS -
u
L p"y yR ' zt /

ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN
IN

'I"THE

DAUGHTER

PA Y

S

SUNDAY - MONDAY

THREE DAYS
,ONLY

TUESDAY

IN SOME PARTS HE
WOULD HAVE BEEN SHOT
When a certain man had to leave
town for a year he put his flancee
in care of his best friend. Imagine
how he felt when, on his return,
he found that he had been double-
crossed, and that his best friend
had married his best girl! In some
parts of this country such a situa-
tion would have resulted in a hasty
funeral, but this was France, and
it resulted in one of the funniest
farces ever filmed -- "HER BE-
LOVED VILLAIN," a sure cure for
the grouchiest grouch in thewide
world.

WAS SHE REALLY -AH -

INTOXICATED?

Suzanne's husband had won her
hand on the strength of a "story"
which he had told her former lover
that she sometimes partook of the
wine when it was red. So when
she returned from the Mardi Gras
at Nice with her hat on one side' of
her head and a bit wobbly on her
feet, her husband was flabbergast-
ed.
Was she really - at - intoxi-
Bated? Don't miss seeing "HER
BELOVED VILLAIN" with WAN-
DA HAWLEY playing the part of
droll little Suzanne.

BRAY COMIC

ANOTHER RIOT

PATHE NEWS

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TRA A_,"

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