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WIN1NINGORATOW~h
Buslne~s of the Hour" Subject TWaken
by Atkinsea Orato lei1
Contest Wnnerr
THIE DIFTEERUXT M~AN" 4CIVEN
FIRST HONORAB;LE ATEINTION I
First place in the first annual At- ~
Inscn Oratorical contest held last.l'
sight in the auditorium of University
all was awarded to 72elford V. L'xv
on, '24, for his oration "The Business i
the Hour." Hie was presented with ;
gold medal and $50) given by Mr."
)e C. Atkinson of Battle Creek who,
stablished the contest as a memorial!
o his son, C. Maurice Atkinson, '22,
ho was kille~d in :an automobile
ccident just prior to Commencement
ast year. Norman B. Johnson, '25, was
iven honorable mention for his talk
in "The Different Man."
"The business of the. hour calls
upn us to do our own thinking" was
le theme of the winning oration. "It
simpossible to recall- the influence of
his University or to recount the deeds s
f t.hose who have mainistered here
ithout first acknowledging a deepI
nd, solemn thankfIculness to God 'fort
ie. work wrought through his ser-
'ants in this Tnlace," sa tid the speaker.
Mr. Atkinson stated just prior, to4
he announcement of the judges" d e-1
ision that his desire in fostering the
ontest was "to perpetuate his son's
ife." The general subject of "Stu-
ent Character, Moral and Spirituall
or World Citizenship" was chosen, asI
ieig most representative of his son'sI
desire in life..j
l'ARRIC Sail fta. - y oS.
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hIthe 7Romantic Corn -J,
THE HEART UF PADDOY WHACK"
NEXT WEEK--TMILBONS T I L UC 0.

Alpha Nu Holds
Annual .elections
Alpha Nu, campus dlebating society,
held its annual elections last night.
E. H. Salzman, '25, was named as
president E. Corley, '25, vice-presi-
dent, E. Owen, '24,_ secretary,. J. J.
Dunn, '26, treasurer,, and M. Johinson,
'2100 oratorical delegate.
Essays 'submitted by F. R. Allahen,
'25L, and Rt. D. Harper, '24, werej
chosen; to be sent to the nationall
essay contest sponsored_ by lKappva
Pi Sigma, national oratorical f rater-i
nity, of which Alpha _Nu is a melt-j
ber
"Jimmie" starts work early in the
morning for you and doesn't stop un-
til ho gets RESULTS. -Adv.

anti-Liquor Planie Reach Coast
Cape May, N. J., Mfay 11 (By A. P.)
-Three giaint MAartin bombing planes,
the first of the fleet of aircraft that
the government is expected to use 4
in attacking .liquor landing parties
on the New Jersey coast, arrived to-
day at Sewall's Point from Langley
field, Virginia. The airplanes were;,
fuarnished by the War department. Aj~
unit of 200 officers and enlisted men
will form the combat squadron that
will fight rumn' runners this summer,
it was intimated.
i Riss Reply to Britain Delayed
jMoscow, May 11, (By A. P.)--Rus.
sian reply to the British ultimratumn,
it, was learned today, will be delayedx
until after the foreign minister's ad-
dress before the Moscow soviet, which
has been set for Saturday' afternoon.

RUSSIA ROUSED AT 1 in official circles as to -xha-t steps by memibers of a party of doctors and! Lose
V R S YT ith~e government wascosding coroners who went to Evanston toiay classifiy
VO O S EAH to examnine the slkeleton.
77 ~ f~T Tf in~r The report of the speclal list of ex Just
Mloscow, May 11, (By A. P.)-The TIT sVI I IV II -LEMPT TOphart.' will be submitted to the grandlan-
assassination of 11. R. Yorovsky, the .,a-a i aia.tnur y. Dr. Jo.seph Springer, declared
Soviet repre~entative at Lausanne K .11 1 iLljj~ ~ ientification was positive in his mind.' oea dt S E E O 5 O N SD .D .M~ o ,s eils nl n T
comi ng on tourof the Erts oead L ~L ~lIU IIUUU D.D .M~o~pcaiti oe1 i
the feeling in Russia, that Marshall tissue, expressed the opinion that
F6i h's visit to England migh~t mean Chicago, May 11-(By A.P.)-In an 1 quicklime or'some other chemiical had I,
another international combine against ef~ort to identify positively the skele- been used to hasten decomposition.
the Soviet regime created ;t p und1 ton found under an_ Evanston bier 12 Dir. Wtilliam J. Hickson, an authorityj
imnpression ini Russian diplomatic cir- days ago as that of Leighton Mlount, ,on skull :structure said there vas no!
Iles. 'Nvorthwestern Uiniversity student whoI evidence of a surgical operation onf _
There were all kinds of rumors. to- disappeared 'in September,, 1931, after the head which Mlount's. parents said
nighit but nothing could be ascertainedi a class tight, w as being made tonight was performed when he wyas a child. 1601 E.j

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