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THF MICHIGAN DAILY

'I DELTA EPSILON NAMES SUBJECT
FOR 1 921-1922 EDiTORIAL CONITEST1

Society Expects 6000 to Enter Lists
For Gold, Silver, and
Bronze Medals
PRESIDENT HARDING WILL
AWARD PRIZES TO WINNERS
Chicago, Ill., Dec. 2.-(Special).-
In order to arouse the active support
of every male undergraduate in the
United States and Canada to liberal
arts courses, and to refute the popular
claim that a four-year culturalcourse
is time mis-spent, Pi Delta Epsilon,1
honorary collegiate journalism fra-,
ternity, 'has announced as the subject
foil its 1921-22 Intercollegiate Edi-
torial contest, "The Practical Value
of a Cultural Education."
Thousands of editorials on this sub-
ject are expected, for the contest will,
this year, be open to every male under-
graduate in every college pind uni-
versity of the United States and Can-E
ada. Because great interest in thisI
subject has been manifested of late,,
and because of the fact that Pi Delta
Epsilon will award gold, silver and
bronze medals to the prize-winners,
as well as certificates of merit to first-
prize winners in each college and uni-
versity represented, an exceptionally
large number of entries is expected.

Pi Delta Epsilon to supervise the con-
test at each institution. They will act
as a committee in selecting local
judges, and will forward-the winning
editorial, by special delivery, to the
fraternity's contest committee. This
editorial will then automatical'y
identify the winner of a certificate of
merit and will represent that particu-,
lar institution in the inter-collegiate
contest.L
Contest Rules
(1) Contest will open Dec. 3, 192?
and will close Feb. 15, 1922, at mid-
night; (2) Editorials submitted m;?y
not exceed 500 words; (3) Type, or
write legibly on one side of sheet
only; (4) Write anassumed name in
upper left corner of each sheet; (5,
On the face of an envelope, write this
assumed name, enclosing a sheet of
paper on which is written your own
name, age, home city, class, and local
address and telephone number, and
seal envelope, pinning or clipping it
to your editorial.I
The local committee will number
each editorial, upon receipt, as an ad-
ditional check on the identity of its
author.

*n December 16th-o
Ah! that is the day whe are all looking forward to.
Then we can forget the blue books and spend two weeks in glorious freedom.
before you go, don't fail to attend this immense shoe sale of Selz Shoes and
Oxfords. Every style of shoe for both men and women are being placed unre-
servedly on sale at prices never before heard of in this community.

Harding to Make Awards
President Warren G. Harding, a
member of Pi Delta Epsilon, and form-
er editor and present owner of the
Miarion (Ohio), "Star," will represent
the fraternity in the presentation of
awards. Three prominent metropoli-
tan newspapers editors will act as
final judges.
Nation-wide publicity will be given
the 1921-22 contest through the As-
sociated Press and other news-gather-
ing media, and the prize-winning edi-
torials will be released in mimeo-
graphed form, simultaneously, to every
college, university and daily metro-
politan newspaper in this country and
Canada, together with photographs of
the winners.
Contest Double in Scope
This year, Pi Delta Epsilon's con-
test will be double in scope. A local
contest will be conducted at every
college and university, and each local
first prize winner will receive the
certificate of merit of the fraternity,
and will be eligible to submit his edi-
torial in the national contest. Three
prize winners in the national contest
will receive the Pi Delta Epsilon
medals.
Name Local Committee
Faculty representatives will be
named by the Editorial committee of

"Mail Early" Is
Postoffice Pleat
Christmas is coming! Now the
work of the United States Post Office
Department becomes doubled and
trebled and packages get lost and let-
ters go astray and people are deprived
of lots of the Christmas cheer that
would have been theirs had other peo-
ple been more careful.
Post Master Abbot, of the Ann Ar-
bor post office, has issued several
"don'ts," which if they are followed
carefully will help towards relieving
the congestion that is sure to take
place during the rush season.
In the first place you are urged to
"mail early." Don't send small en-
velopes. Don't mail frosted post cards
as they are unmailable. Don't fill
the mails during holiday time with un-
important matter. Don't fail to place
address with street number on pack-
ages, and name and address of sender
in upper left hand corner. It is also
advisable to place the name of send-
er inside of the package. Then, once
more, in order to insure quick and'
safe delivery, mail early.
Buy yourclass toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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will be put on sale

mencing Friday, 'Dec. 9th,
and continuing until De-
cember 16th.

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TODDLE SLIPPER
The Latest Thing for Evening Wear.
Best Qualities in Materials and
Workmanship
SALE PRICE -

Don't Fail

Girls who like to dance
can't afford to miss seeing
the

'I

T HOUSANDS of smokers have proved it-and now
give the verdict to you-
Of all the other tobaccos NATURE has produced
-none can approach' the finest varieties of pure Turkish
for cigarettes-
None has the delicious FLAVOR of the finest Turkish-

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None gives the ENJOYMENT of the finest Turkish-
None will'SATISFY you as will the finest Turkish-
None but the highest grade and personally selected
irkish tobaccos is used in MURAD.
To enjoy 100% pure
Turkish at its VERY
BEST-to reach the
0rio _ - PEAK of Cigarette
N- Quality-you have but
to smoke MURAD-
Try MURAD to-
day and
"Judge for
Yourself-!"
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"The Campus"

For college men. This is another of the
famous SELZ rolled edge styles which has
taken all America by storm this fall.
-On Sale at-
$7e65

Wear a pair of Selz Shoes home with you this Xmas.
Schwartz and Kallis
712 First National Bank Building
"TAKE THE ELEVATOR"

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