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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

II

"Full Publicity" To Be Plan Followed
By Senate Jury Trying Attorney-General

TEST FRIDAY1

Students Will Try for Prizes in
Thirty-Fourth Annual
Competition
DIDATES HAVE SELECTED
WIDE VARIETY OF SUBJECTSI

The thirty-fourth annual University
Oratorical contest will be held at 8 o'-j
clock Friday, March 14, in University
Hall, it has been announced by offi-
cials of the board. Five students have
been chosen to compete for the $150 in
prizes offered to the winners.
William Schrier, '24, J. J. Rosen-
thal, '25, N. B. Johnson, '24, A. E.
Sawyer, '26, and F. Backstrom, '24,
will give speeches written by them-
selves on various topics.
The following have been selected as
judges: Prof. T. E. Rankin of the
rhetoric department, Prof. E. D. Dick-
inson of the Law school, Prof. C. E.
Griffin of the economics department,
Prof. P. B. Blanshard of the phailoso-
phy department, and G. E. Bigge of
the economics department.
J. K. Dunn, '24, president of the
Oratorical association, will preside at
the contest, which will be open to the3

LOOK POR THIS NAME ON THE NECKBAND
The name is all
you need to know!
A good name and the high
standard which it invariably
stands for are inseparable.
So it is that, to well-dressed
men, "Cheney", in the neck-
band of a cravat, has come to
mean correctness of style and
pattern, craftsmanship of
weave, and excellence of
materials.
ALSO TUBULARS AND BAT WINGS
Made by
The makers of Cheney Silks

on the $iliojo men's dormitory will
beg,-in next week, it -was announced
latst night. It is expected .that the
-ti ucture will be completed by Sep-
tember and will be ready for ocel-
mr:icy before th opening of school.

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jury sitting in judgment on Harry M. Daugherty: (Left to righto Senators Burton K. Wheeler, George H.
lMvses, Smith W. Brookhart, Henry F. Ashhurst, W. L. Jones.

Full publicity is the plan decided on by the jury of senators sitting in judgment on Harry M. Daugherty,
attorney-general of the United State s, who is accused of malfeasance in office.
The investigation will at all times be under full control of the committee. Counsel of Daugherty will be al-
lowed to be present at the hearings, but will not be given wide powers of cross examination, nor authority to
sumrmon witnesses, except those who are proved to the committee to be necessary.

_...

Backstrom will speak on the sub-
ject, "Within the Shadow," Sawyer on
"The Modern Church Conflict," while
Johnson has taken the title, "On Im-
mortality." "Three Thousand Miles
Away" will be Rosenthal's topic, and
Schrier will discuss the question, "Is
Human Progress a Delusion."
NURES SHOWS SLIDES
OF ASIATICEXPLORATION,
(Continued from Page One)
Mr. Andrews pointed out that there
were a number of discoveries made
during the expedition which were en-
titled to far greater notices than they
have yet received. He attributed this
neglect to the fact that they were
over-shadowed by more spectacular
discoveries along the paleontological
line. As a result of their travels, a
map is being evolved which will be the
first accurate guide to the heretofore1
vaguely known depths of inner Mon-
golia. "This in itself," said Mr. An-
drews, "Will mean a vast addition to

MURPHY, '141,Til SPEAK
A T CATHOUIC' BNQUET!

Judge Frank W. Murphy, '14L, of'
Detroit whose eleventh hour speech at
a football pep meeting last fall left
a long-to-be-remembered thrill, will
be the speaker of the evening at the
first annual St. Patrick's Day ban-
quet to be given by the Catholic Stu-
dents' club, Tuesday, March 25, in the
Assembly hall of the Union.
Among the other features of a rath-
er elaborate program will be a
speech by Rev. Father Michael Burke,
a talk by Jack Kelly, '24L, president
of the Student council, and a series of
musical numbers.
The banquet was first scheduled
for St. Patrick's day, March 17, when]
it is customary. for Catholics to set.
aside Lenten restrictions to honor the
Irish saint, but conflict with other
affairs made a postponement necess-
ary.
Tickets are being distributed among
members of the club by a' committee
of erhich T. J. hDcahue'25L, is chair-
man.

COMMON HEALTH
If St. Peter, would install a radio
and broadcast news regarding immi-
gration to heaven, it would do this
world a lot of good.
The newspapers of heaven-we have
no idea where they get editors-must}
be filled with sob-stories of souls
which have uprooted themselves and'
sailed for the Promised Land, only to
find, on arrival, that the quota has
been filled. After that it's just hell.
There's only one way to stop whole-
sale immigration-make the place that
is being left as much like the place
for which it is being left as possi-
ble'.

SUMMER STUDENTS KERE
REPRESENTED 47 STATES

Forty-seven states and
possessions of the United

five insular
States were

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the present store of information on.
this land."j
fore known, was secured Vabout the PP[I TI NS FOR BAL
Mongolian wild ass. With the sped-
ometers of their cars they followed TIKES 191 TODAY
these beasts when they were making TI I U
a speed of miorethan 40;milesman
hour steadily., This record :was ;out A picatItIostte' annual Military
done only by the gazelles, who reach ball, which is to be held April 25 ins
60 with ease, and can keep up a pace Waterman and Earbour gymnasium
of 40 miles an hour for long stretch- willbe w .iven out from 1 tn 5 n'clnrk

It isn't so hard to make a miniature
heaven out of the community in which I
you live. It can be done by co-opera-
tion and a good place to begin this
co-operation is in the improvement of
public health. Not even a California E
Chamber of Commerce ever announces
the purchase of additional acreage for
cemetary expansion.
If there is no health organization in
your community, get one-but don't
sit down after that first step and say,
"Health officer, bring me a double or-
der of health with a side dish of hap-
pines." The health officer needs pub-4
lie co-operation to add to a mixture,
of 10pounds'of public health nurse,
150 pouns of sanitary inspector, and
100 pounds of office girl. That pres-
cription Xyell mi.ed and taken regular-j
ly, works wonders in improving pub-
lic health, which, in the end, is noth-
ing more than the slum total of private
bealth.
Let's co-operate to cut our death
rate in half and give heaven a chance
to assimilate the immigrants that have
alreadyentered.
Incidentally, we'll also have a bet-
ter nlace to live. N. S.

represented by the students enrolled,
in the Summer session last year, ac-
cording to statistics comniled by Dean
Edward H. Kraus, of the Summer ses-
sion.
This state stood first in the number
of students in attendance with 1,817
enrolled. Two hundred and seventy-
five students from Ohio were enrolled
and 128 from Illinois.
Twenty-two foreign countries are
included in the number of students,
China having the largest number with
4.
Nurses Will Give
St. Patrick Party
The spirit of St. Patrick, the ancient
charmer of Erin, will be in evidence
in Barbour gymnasium Friday, night,
when senior and graduate nurses of
the University hospital will gather for

their annual formal party,
Dr. :Max Peet and Mrs. Peet FDr.
1udo -1P~ anul Mrs. Wile, Dr. iFred
Coijer and Mrs. Coller, Missi:Jean
Hamilton and Miss Alice Lake will
chaperon the party. The committee
expects seventy five couples to attend.
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

hen the speaker described the
nous eggs, reputed to be more than,
000,000 years old, which werej
.nd on this expedition. The eggs
about eight inches long, very na,r-
A, and in remarkably excellent

The applications will be returned
to the applicants, accepted or reject-
ed, as soon as possible. Tickets will
cost $5.50 each. The dance, at which
either formal or military garb is to
b e worn, will have iany atrtacive
features, aniong them, -an unusual

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hape. Some of them have been ,'luncheon to be served in three sec-
>und to contain embryonic dino-, tions.
aurs within. When such discoveries,
re made, Mr. Andrews explained, the Washington State College, March 11.
pecimens are painted first with gum -A chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, hon-
rabic. Then rice paper is applied. orary journalistic fraternity, was in-
>llowed by layers of burlap. Final- stalled on this campus recently. Prof.
r they are packed in wood and en- R. W. Jones, of the University of
losed in soft materials and are then A Lf n

.

Shuter to Return Soon -
E. Mortimer Shuter, Union dramat- TONICHT
ics director, who is now temporarily SJ .1
engaged at the University of Wiscon- fi I L
sin, is expected to return to Ann Ar-
bor at the close of the spring vacation
to resume his work on next year's '"The HI
Union opera. Next We

N!ghts 50o to 5 2.50;
Sat. Mat. So* to 52.00
Wed. Mat. 50*toSl.5O
AND ALL WEWK
D K R A 1U
IN
ighwayman"
ek--INA CLAIRE

e Coca-Cola Company, AdantaGa.;
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1- -
Programs and Invitations
For the Yearly Social
Events
It's time to order engraved invitations
and programs for the house parties and
dances.
Our knowledge of what is most ap-
proved by smart usage and social con-
vention is at your call.
TheMayer-Schairer Co.
The Printers - Engravers
PHONE 1404 112 SOUTH MAIN ST.

Al

ant to the various museums in Am-
ica. Whenthey arrive the various
verings are soaked off, leaving the
ecimen unharmed.
On June 10, Mr. Andrews leaves on
s fourth expedition into Asia, where
will spend five more years in inves-
;ation under the auspices of the Am-
ican Museum of Natural History.
"This is to be a man hunt." said
r. Andrews. "We are going this
ne with the particular view of lo-
ting what the newspapers term thej
issing link,' in other words, the pre-
storic man."
J. K. Dunn, '24, president of the Ora-
rical association, presided at the
:ture, the last on the program, and
of. W. H. Hobbs, of the geology de-
rtment introduced the speaker.
Varden To Speak
Here Tomorrow
Harry L. Hulbert, warden of the
te penitentiary at Jackson, will
eak under the auspices of the Men's,
b of St. Andrew's parish at 7:30
lock tomorrow night in Harris hall.
Mr. Hulbert has had much experi-
ce in his field and his talk will be
on conditions existing at the state
nitentiary and the work which hej
carrying on there. The meeting
I be o)en to the public.

vv n~lgon senow of journansm, act-
ed as installation officer.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
lb

History at 10
French at 11
Luncheon at 12

What?

S k for f.i S n,
AC NOR FE UNIV ROSTN a4. -
UNIVtR,SITY ho
ti or
O~ 5U' -H UNIVERSfTY -AV
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632 FoRJ,.5T AVE. Aga AksOR
. n ttet t c'ternoon 'Ta inr
°' c epecial Prries 7Wome-made Candles
,~I

Waffles, Sausage
'And Coffee.

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Where?

'THE
WAFFLE SHOP
232 Nickels Arcade

UPSTAIRS

°I

ow

,

A4r r ib

e Those FLORSHEIM
* OXFORDS [scotch Grain]

that dozens of fellows have been waiting for.

We have your size.

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