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/

ER 7, 1924

THIE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WI~LL HiGO TESTS
FOR SUHOLARSHIPS

Defeat Of Democrats A Rebuke
For Mud-S linging, Says. Hayde
That.~ the nec-Ae a a whole ereIn U t 171nn t 'i ~,dfi . liono, . blcssrvants f

Exiaznitils for Latini
for Phillps Aw ards
IfelI l~mii day

14o Be

in s3-yiflty ywit ii thie Democ(ratic
"hones.,ty" in governmient" plIatform and
they <are satified Awith the IRepYN"Canl
ntd1ional overnme7 nt is thecnl-
Siol 1 a 71YPri . i 1syeo

whom ex-ISecretary Edwin W. Denby
and Col. Theodore Roosevelt are con-
s'picuou1s exa-mples," Bayden said.
'"As for t he League,'" he continued,
"'T Oc wo oppo.,,' entry, will prob- i

Geology Students
"TWO g~iTIIENI Stop Fire Twice,
TRYTRADI0 TEST But Howse Bursti
( tdet on a geology field trip to
V1t17r:1o lake Tuesday afternoon dis-
lail I ai t O rit a 1ie ial Boad1Wt ;, cti e a fire in the cottagecof1 Irs.
1Experjllents JDnrlngr Week of j. Stanger, of Ann Arbor. Thiey -ca-ll-
Nov. 1 to 30 ed tatention of Prof. 1. D). Scott,
03.ili gedoy dmar motto it and
ITO HAVE FE~AT UR E WEEKD e \. h o t tiieits, roke in
th h c () 1 dlii extguihed the
Interntionali. adm l~roadastlng ~l~j~j lto d!tVflilta ir-ft

IIThe Slickest Co at on the Campus!

INCLUDES $50 AWARDS

I the poi l ' e partn, ia bly (leclare that I he ceti on is a
tCCIfll1l)ifl t 'I~e I i esiay's c I'r;. fi F!1_v,r( l Cii Ithisisu o i . II owe vcr

Ixamtinattionls for tHen Phillin s schnol- " t'hat 'th" ttenlltmade i PseemI 0 uose1C.that the American te : i tl hlfrom N1lovember 24
arsihis for ithe year 1924-25 will 10bye eIon ~tc at om c ~t:Peelie ta retrace~t ,inilu5,ivel ,om nde vte auspes
held]([today and Mon1dasy 'atJoWlock. ?'hone:,tyi o ,d£ruisnt' a paramI oltto he Le rague was Ioh; really, anl s-to0,iluiv'i7C:rheascs
T'hc examinall<tion today will 1)(, thlit ini11 e ofWethe 7 (_'aild cmplte-:u i;t;isCampaign, because even a ofth Radio Broadt m'i iagaine. Oil
Greel., and will be held in roomlre2020 i , (£.,, r we r :iie calzIy1 t a Demoratic; vigtory would not have each of these nighlts; from eta to It
ote cv icrr uldl; te zua.i( ,i o'clock, esen:,nadtma1
oftenwLtrr buielf oldg Te 'ooenen o l et<ae;Ius}intoi that orgaization. eei tndr ie l
Latin examinaiitn wll be edMn xu~ v~~uce ih ihro h Frhr~eterslsse I othe broadcastinug i.,t ionlsin Cana dai,
day in room 2014 of that building. C~iiIu~ l i V~t inQ'v:, ( how: that. Ill"! vast miajolity of the I CIu.a,lPorto) Rill,ad thn Unitedj
These scholarshipsi were provided j ia ~'ty'tna.Araerie-:a p)Ie ,),e either indifferent i States will put on special1 programs=
for inl the will of the ate Henry Pil-i,.. t;, l;F.,. ,en bel,,"ievs l aI ic t, ;,f en t niines-tion or arefor, li tenc'rs in Europe,, Australia,{
lips, ~~~Ul Jrofhldlha aadar ttile ~eui whi. t!-11 ('5)1 h set iOy.l f2'l to our jolining t11 CVZraad ndohrfreg on
given only to canldidteos for tloe dc- l'wn rm heeetinrtuueiLag.PronIvIblee te tries.
gree of bachelor of arts Who ecel 1in t, t aie ( rwhel1Cligexr)siuoffrnrr4 , .,c h g enexft hour each itball
theC Greek anId Latin studies1re3 redPI li( :atio a be iidea- 1umfevu hye (0icud d, he foregoing statioll s will 1rmin si-t
forl Iadmnission to the University.Te e.lg a 'Rmhilas wm , ~iirmlenzt ili order to porit SIe (3S i
aeaaddby a committee Econsist- a ", lit il ls e ntuu'1t nwc nthe ~ ~ (sn4,Cb , Prtico, 1and1ihe.
,.ug 1Iof the President of teuist, thercn ra lc o i ihgI iT,'o'nvingvrilc~. eu~Iiif t eI St ate to Lhear 11)-seia po
thl eaifeh ltraycolg, h rl:k o hsen] ofn thhe litfromx t., n iia e;e aasfrm th orin ontis
seirpoeso fGeeadte e na('a'ag f]1iu' ,.i :pith forei.gn IF)oliev (of thle I laer-iug-Cool--This means i there wi ( \\ill be a st
senior professor of Lati.o n ilfeto eist('{t'uainiitation. 1 ('nei nnod for eo;)' ,mlip each Dniiii
Onlyt'three of thle;ix fhlrhp ___________ or thmee n'ir e Nou l i tItc ,t = out V
contemInatedl in the bequ.est have been 1Silt to lis.ten to the tr1 ! t nz
stablsed. These- have an incueljfi 70# I2,Cl, () t ~ (I1i sstc'Ih 1':oe nlutries;
of .$ )0each aw~l are awarded to thel I 1 Ild I lie islandlia in the i's if i,,%
"tudelltobtainling ,the lhighest.gasTl Lafe l .Fnas hr lbraIar a~en aebe
in u n examillatjin upon four lun1it,;of{ '!7I11ltfed by JEuio PBr)adcast nIa' ga-
L atin. If more that oni paper re :c'h- inne, the crg, io of the iuitemnation-
'es a satis=factory (degree'Cof excellenercye unre snty]rig shol170 tamthenumber wich '7 a l ltetst 3ide , vith its correspondents
store than one scholarship may be Oun lidedsvny1ih ,lolz t i' r-;i most coun tries of the world, es--
a'tarded at the dCiscretion of thleconi- dbtn e ns l emeso h telau as:yaae nee o . :ially with thie Wirele -s World and
mi ttee. LMichligan hif h school lebating leago ,ie, 1All C'.tuIw f5(1)0015 will 1hol(1d c3'Itc ;lido Review of L ond-on, and lea
The holders ofT these scholarships whic;h is Muder the aulspices of '." 11e on I hee.e'ngof ovember 2 'L ltbr,.,,,e .of Tontreal.I
Si£"ii lvf hihjnwfor thle year 192x3- 24 were TPersis KM. I ;t<'1h allydalsiothefiethee high ' t nwbeing; wor{rked upon
Coew2,Enc . ikon 2,ad ill meet in their first league dlctes tei,,u bi y"r. There cae (' Talized,;almost every
ElJizabeth I11. McManus, '27. o oebr2.B eiso lu-~~~euir e i eal' ~b o. t1 ':II nthe globe xiil takepat
on Novmber 2. By serie of elniI " 'hool esef' iFlswill 1 h le one of'Ithe pr n, 1-1
,_ #nation debates, which will be lhold all oC>' ii stlc e'Lastycar, JIi, c a (, . fiarcs 'I crut: f 1 i''i
Warns OfParking" this winter,;aittte chamxiion.shihjh ;mo' 'S ii) 11iuab i. nt,, WOU tllt week.
A/a ie Pu sIhigh school debating team will be, ,.' {''li~ ebl o h ',lei 1' .A i INvh d ro ai
N L repicked. The final c'hampionship (de- l aitem nu"'eds >.:f2 ' E @1 pre: t sas h is noneetf
Che fPlc Iloia 'rei bale will be held ini Ann Arbor 12 lzII the ties;. 1I 'ponlie rbas;> ii'o thIl 1,alloi~-w- ospeceijtl Eift( .) ~, "s the hrecei v-I
Chlr f 'oic To~a~ OBrenis jspring. ;ijgug in : tthes deates fi teen tieamlu ig fets now lbecig ulsed will (10. 'fl1e
sued a w arning yester daty to those G I. I de. euore of the piublic speaka- ,will be picked to debate 'in tile elimli- n}s alltesadwv egh
s altdenlts, plrofes~sors, and doctors who in: department directs the leaguie natitu, series leadling to the chainz-' of thfz orf eign tstafti151 vill bae an-
have been guilty of park ing their car2s IfIor the f xtens.ion' office. A total of i ptions:hip debalte. nounlced at a later (late. s
Ja such a way as to block fire bty- ____________________________________
(ranlt in time vicinity of the Uni-
Ver. ity. Six cars belong Jig to stn- XATI" 'rnETP T EXl.A
dent -~ and doctors have been found
thul, r arked by the police during the 1
Satfew fdays.I
"nc'h carelessness constitutes a i_ Neet
1,erious offense," Chief O'Brien said.
"In case of fire all plugs must 1)0t m k h g l - hoceradTrqetrl hs o1
oc.d ith the IUniversity to co-opl- icagat
eratfe in lkeening the .space near ftimc'
1 ydrants open at all times." Noeb r t,12
Workmen were kept busy yester- T'6.0
Ia raling m) the leaves on the. cams- a .0" Kounci Trip oy uu
pu1s ai d putting themil on wvagon 's to
i o hal d away. V~
__il P)Ii ' 1 - PIVEAAI enishawn Dancers

clir'~Iro a 'oNof inding After
liu ha u h ietepryconitin-

No well dressed college mant is
without one. It's the original,
correct slicker and there'snoth-
mng as smart or sensible for
rough weather and chilly days.
Made of famous yellow water-
proof oiled fabric. Has all.
'round strap on collar anidelas.
tic at wrist-bands.
Clasp-closing style
Button-closing style
Stamp the correct name knyour
memory, and buy no other.
The "Standard Student" is
made only by the Standard
Oiled Clothing Co., N. Y. C.
Slip one 'on

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About 20) munut es

later anotherI

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gr":p of geology students found that
# !e blaze hadv sprung up again, and
the y extimigish ed it. 'This was at 3:30
O'clckh. Pro fessor Scott returned to
Annorb,,;an reported time affair to
th on~rof thle ucottag?;s, who wentl
.it, to th e lake lasti night. Mrs.

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St-n rl'ound time
theoud

cottage burned to

I:t All (vt ~ae'

A f'a :rcir reported lthatkthe house
was nveo~i'clin tanmuus at 4 :30 O0'-
clock. No c ause can be fourdfor thej

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Pullman tanai w a coach "rin. leepaing car trains will
leave+'',Ann Arors'J~on LFrida7y. Noven-ir I 4i h 12 o'clock lmidnight
(ity timje "a!ad (ai rains.ill 11lave7:;)) o'cloc'kciytime Saturday
TIiehet (01? cc .will be(,opened at. Michiigan 1Uni'3on1November 5th and
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