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_ _ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY

YVE SOON

Justice Brandeis
Favored As Odi
Lease Prosecutor

OBRfrIOIS FOR CONTEST
MOST OBE INBY1fE. 1
Candidates for the University Ora-
torical contests in March are to have
their orations turned in to some mem-
ber of the public speaking department
by Saturday, Feb. 16, it has been an-
n ounced.j
Students in the senior, junior and
sophomore classes are eligible to sub-
mit orations for the contest They are

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Lindsey, Graduate of
-sity of )Ianchester to
Study Geology

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FT. S-A'I'll 7Sil RELAT1WINS]

Miss Marjorie Lindsey, graduate of limited to X800 words and must deal
.he Unversity of Manchester, Eng- with some topic of public interest, ac-
nd, who has recently been chosencording to Prof. Louis M. Eich, of the
a fellow at the University of Michigan public speaking department. All who
uder a foundation established last Aexpect to compete are advised to con-
year by Miss Francis E. Riggs of De- sult any member of the department
roit "under the cooperating auspices before beginning work.
>f the English Speaking Unions of the Feb. 23 a preliminary contest willF
British Empire and the United States" be held at which time one sophomore,
arrived obnday in New York and is two juniors and two seniors will be
expected to be in Ann Arbor by the Qnamed to compete in the University
end of this week. contest. The winner of this will re-
Miss Lindsey is the second British present Mchigan in the Northern Lea-
Student who has been appointed to gue Oratorical contest which will ,be
Jids fellowship. Reginald I. Lovell, held in Ann Arbor this year.
graduate of University college, Lon-
:on, who has been in Ann Arbor since
last fall enrolled as an advanced stu- Curtiss, Rufus
lent in American history; was the miis I?. Brandeis t G ufu
first person toy be chosen. Louis D. Brandeis, associate justice o G e ectures
While here Miss Lindsey will spec- of the United States supreme court,
ialize in geology. The purpose of the may figure as a prosecutor in the oil Prof R. H. Curtiss and Prof. iV. C.I
foundaton which is bringing her here lease scandal. A group of senators, Rufus of the astronomy department
is "to insure better understanding believing that Justice Brandeis is bet- .w'll deliver a series of four lectures
and so to promote good will between ter qualified to act for the government Saginaw commencing Friday
the United States and Great Britain, than any other available man, are and continuing for the next three
in these objects cooperating with the weeks. The first two lectures will be
English-Speaking Unions of the Brit- supremg leave of absence from the given by Professor Curtis and the last
ish Empire and the United States." supreme court for him in order that gwo by Professor Rufus.
Miss Riggs, the founder of the fel- he may be the government's prosecu- These lectures are to be given in
lowship and a chapter member of the ter. Silas Strawn and Attorney Pom- order to raise money for a telescope
American Society of English-Speak- erene have been named by the Presz~ for the schools of Saginaw. They will
sity alst fall for the establishment with slides from the astronomy de-
of this foundation. Under the terms partment. William G. Weber of De-
of this foundation, students of both ERNTH 00U I N INItI troit is sponsoring the series of lec-
sexes, endorsed by their colleges or LEiIi tures.
universities from the British Isles, TO j
may be nominated fellows, by a com- O 41 FULC Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national
mittee in England of which the sec- professional geological fraternity, will
retary of the Union in Great Britains
is chairman. From the nominations I Dr. Ernst J. Berg, professor of el-n initiate five students prior to its an-
I,, nual initiation banquet which will be
thus presented, selections are made ectrical engineering in Union college held tonight at the Union.
by the graduate school and the Board and consulting engineer of the General
of Regents of the University. The
Englsh-Speaking Union of the United Electric compay of Schenectady, N. Yokohama!, Feb. 12.-A $50,000 fire-
States cooperating in providing hos- Y. will deliver a series of four lectures proof and quakeproof hotel is being
pitality and otherwise assisting the here starting today. They will be of built.
special interest to students in math-
qematics ,physics, and engineering.
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those new light Tan Calf; also a bunch of real
snappy Blacks. All new College Lasts.
$600 tov$800

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at 4:00 o'clock in the East Physics
lecture room upon Heavisides oper-;

n 1 16W[UL UG 1U UU l0 tC' tors and their application in electri-
cal edgineering. At 7:00 o'clock to-
More than 200 students have enroll- night he will give some personal re-
ed for the elementary course in an- n.tince th Dr. hares
thropology which is to given this#IP. Steinmetz. Dr. Berg was a very
semeterby ol.T. C Hoson ofLen close; personal friend of the great
sdons Englan it s scientists and served as his first assis-
day. It is expected that theenroll tant foaddressth 20ears.with Dr.
esn. wleuSteinmetz's early life and surround-
Csolonel Hodson is here to give anathro this country and his contributions to
pology in the literary college. He was electrical science and science in gen-
I eral. Lectures will also be given to-
assistant agent in Manipur, superin- ea.dcr iayats o 'clock n
tendnt f sateand s aso felowmorrow and Friday at 4:00 o'clock on
tenden t of state and, is also. a fellowkrow the Heavisides operators. All inter-
tof the Royal Anthropological insti- ested are invited torattend.
Three courses are being given by
Colonel Hodson this semester. One r Novel
will deal with the physical character-
istics of man, main ethnic elements, Is Good Seller
languages and their economic and
oplitical organization, religious be- 'Temper", a novel written by Law-
liefs, the cycle of life and group life rence H '23 and published
at cultural levels. Another course Feb. 9 by Dodd, Mead and Co., ap-
will deal with the anthropology and Fea.edbyn oAnMarb ando so.,sand
religions of India and the third with I peared in Ann Arbor bookstores and
the anthropology of Assam. is rapidly approaching the status ofr
_h___t_____y____sm local "best-seller".
The story, which is of the realistic
Ford's Train Hits type pictures in a vivid manner the
life and conditions of the laborer in
Sportsmen; 3 Dead one of our great modern automobile
_______ ndustries.
Glen Cliff, N. H.-Feb. 11.-(By Mr. Conrad is at present an instruct-
AP)-A special train on the Boston or in the rhetoric department of the
and Maine railroad bearing Henry University.
Ford homeward from Boston to De-
troit late today struck four soprts-, Ofice hours for Sundays have been
men who were walking the tracks on changed at the Health service to 11
their way to an outing club. Three to 12 o'clock. The reason for this, ac-
of the arty, brothers, were killed cording to Dr. F. P. Allen, is to allow
instantly and the fourth was serious- students who need special attention to
ly injured. The train crew did ndt be taken care of.
know of the accident, and continued
on their way. Warsaw, Feb. 12.-The Baltic con-
} ference will meet Feb. 15, the chief ob-
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