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January 06, 1921 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'RESIDENT FACES
HEY SCHEDULE

ROUTINE SUPPLEMENTED
BANQUETS, LUNCHEONS,
DINNERS

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on "The Aim of American Education"
before the Kalamazoo Alumni asso-
ciation, and on January r 22 he will
speak to the members of the Ladies'
Literary club of Grand Rapids.
TRYUSFOR DEBATES
TO BE S/ENTHIS WEEK
TWENTY-FOUR TO BE SELECTED;
FIRST ELIMINATION!
JANUARY 15
All Mid-West Debating tryouts
should be off by next Saturday even-
ing according to Ray K. Immel, in-
ter-collegiate contest director. From
the men who try put 24 will be chos-
en, six from each of the literary so-

cieties and six from the independents.
Speeches for these tryouts will be
judged from the standpoint of deliv-
ery and organization of the material
presented. They will be limited to
six minutes. The 24 men who make
good will have their first elimination
on Saturday, Jan. 15, and meetings
will be held each week until the team
is chosen.
A new method of conducting the in-
ter-collegiate debates will be in use
this year. There will be no -judges
and no decision, and a discussion
which allows any person in the audi-
ence to ask questions of the speakers
will follow the debates. This system
is being tried out for the first time
this year. It proved a success in a
recent debate between Iowa and Min-
nesota, and was favorably received by
the students, it was stated by Mr.
ImThel.

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LECTURERS, SPEECHES
FILL JANUARY PROGRAM

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Head of University to Make
Trips to Various Cities
in State

Many

With 12 speaking engagements al-
ready scheduled for the next three
weeks, and with the unusual demands
placed upon his time by the problems
ingident to the University building
program now before the state legis-
lature, as , well as the multitude of
ordinary administrative duties con-
stantly confronting him, President.
Marion L. Burton is assured of enough
work to keep him more than busy
during the first month of 1921.
During the first few months of his
administration President Burton found
few idle moments. He had first to
get acquainted with the special prob-
lems confronting the University. Then
came the inauguration and educational
conference last October. Hardly were
these events over before preparation
of the budget and building program
was under way so that they could be
presented to the state budget com-
nisaon in November.
He was frequently called on to ad-
dress meetings throughout Mchigan
and adjoining states, and his time
was further taken by attending nu-
merous conferences of an educational
nature. Because of the pressure of
all these demands he found it neces-
sary to cancel a trip through the
West which he had planned for the
Christmas vacation.
Tomorrow President Burton will be
busy at the regular monthly meeting
of the Board of Regents. Next Mon-
day he will go to Adrian to address
the executive committee of the state
grange. Tuesday he will make two
speeches in Flint, one at noon before
the Flint chamber of commerce, and
the other before the Flint teachers'
Institute.
For Wednesday, Jan. 12, he has
three speeches scheduled in Ann Ar-
bor. He will speak at a conference
of the clinical staff of the University
hospital. In the evening he will give
an address at the all-athletic ban-
quet in the Union, and following the
banquet he will make a talk at the
Senior smoker in the same building.
Going to Detroit on January 13'
President Burton will be the princi-
pal speaker at the banquet of the
Bankers' club, which will be held in
the Detroit Athletic club. The next
day he isto deliver an address for the
University of Michigan Alumnae coun-
cil, meeting in the Union. The same
evening he will talk at a banquet of
the Community club in Marshall.
Represettatives of five of the jun-
ior colleges of the state will hear
President Burton at their luncheon in
the Union on January 20. The fol-
lowing day he will give an address

START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
START WITH HALSEY.
YOU WILL NOT REPENT!
WUERTH ARCADE

Year's

Greetings

1

BLU MAIZESEI
NICKELS ARCADE PMONE 60Mt

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the
large number of her CUs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the
world at one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness- but it!
a LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced j we n Out
or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purest and
best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
Foxes!
"Jfudge for Yourself-!"

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Special attention is called
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

onA-pAn rnsiaIIw

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FINCHLEY EXHIBITION
AUTUMN AND WINTER
STYLE DEVELOPMENTS

Something

f or

Nothing

THIS AD. AND

25 CENTS ENTITLES YOU

NEW SELECTION OF
Reasonably Priced Suits
AT
324 SOUTH STATE STREET

4

10 ONE HOUR OF PLAY ON THE

Best.

Brunswick

Billiard

and

SUITS
LIGHT- WEIGHT TOPCOA TS
HEA VY ULSTERS
RE VERSIBLE L EA THER COA 7S
TUXEDO AND FULL DRESS SUITS

WHITE OXFORD SHIRTS WITH
COLLAR ATTACHED
NECKWEAR
MUFFLERS
HA TS AND CAPS

Pool

Tables

in

Ann

Arbor

FINCHLEY DESIRES 70 SUPPLY YOUR REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORD WITH
YOUR OWN IDEAS OF STYLE. THE MA TERIALS ARE OF UNQUESTIONED
QUALITY AND THE PRICE PERMITS ONE TO PRACTICE- ECONOMY.

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Good for One Week, Beginning January 5th

CUSTOM FINISH WITHOUT
THE A NNO YANCE OF A TRY-ON

READY-TO-PUT-ON

THE RECREATION BILLIARD PARLORS

UNDER WUERTH THEATRE

Wes t 46th. Str e
NEW YORK

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STUDENT MANAGEMENT

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