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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 192

THE MICH :AN

DAILY

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TMF MCH~cAM flIT YPAIGE THREE!

KALMAOO HUDSON
WILL DEBA9TE HERE
CTeams Will Compete In Final State
Chiampionshiip Contest Monday.
In Hill Auditorium
CH1ILD LABOR IS TOPIC
As a 'resiut of the fifth' debate in'
the Michigan high school debating
league elimination series, held last j
Saturday, Kalamazoo Central and
Huidson steams will compete for state
h-onors in, the final state championship
debate to be held at 7:45 o'clock Mon-
day, in Hill auditorium.
Hudson's debaters will pin their
hopes of a championship victory on
the affirmative side of the question,
"Resolved, that the proposed child
labor amendment to the national con-
stitution should be adopted 'by the
United States," while Kalamazoo Cen,.
tral wily defend the negative.
A large number of representatives
from hi~h school league members are
planning' to attend the debate, and a 1
program, of entertainment for the
teams acid visitors will be announced
soon, acc ording to G. E Densmore,
league 4ianager.
DRS HOUGH W2ILL ADDRESS
HONOR ASSEMBLY TODA
(Continued from Page Two)
bert Saunders Miller, Raymond Olson,
Albert Milton Stern.
Rho Chi Prize in Pharmacy: Rich-
hird Charles Byce.
Lehn A~nd Pink Prize in Pharmacy:
Leonard, Dana Powers.
Charles Ralph Eckler Prize for Pro-
ficiency in Pharnnacognosy:, Lo~ur
Ge rtzman.
Solis Prize: Elizabeth Caroline,
Crosby.
Wood.4' Hole Scholarship in Biology:
Melvin It~erhert Pike.
Medal 4 in Rhetoric: Montgomery'
August4 Butchart, Edwin John John-
son.f

NATIONAL MEDICAL CONVENTION R ous To Discuss G
WILL SPEND DA Y IN .ANN ARBOR I Tissue Reactions
Dr. Preston M. Hickey, professor of ton City hospital, the first vice-pres;i- Dr. Peyton. Rus, of the Rockefeller
roentgeniology, who is in change of dent of the society, will preside over Instit ute for Medlical h~eseaiich, will
local arrangements for the -annuiai jboth the Ann Arbor sessions. discuss_"Reatio__ofthe____________n
metn o h meiaIRete More thar#200 radiologists are x-1 v STEAMSHIP
Ray society announced yesterday that i pected to attend this 271th annualTIK S
word has b~een receive(, that illness Meeting scheduledl for the week of TCKT
will prevent, Dr. Russel D. Carmen, I May, 17, in Detroit. A 'one-day pro- 6iif i f F~ L IE
of the roentgenology clinic of the l gram of demonstrations and lecturesO ALUE
Mayo~~~~~~~ fonaintrs~eto h o has been arrangedl for the society at iSSCN.AiTORSSHIDEEILL
cIety, from attending the convention, I the University hospital and will take ' hon 42o rt 0 ~rnSre
and that Dr. P. Fi. Butler, of the Bos- I place May 19. . . 01kZ 64b2Sor asip gent . l ARBO SRe

der Normal and Pathological Condli-- in America, was an instructor in the
tions" at 8 o'clock tomorrow in Na-E pathological department hertz from
Itural Science auditorium, giving (he 19I06 to 1908. He is especially notedl
!final lecture in the coulre sponsored: for his research in cancer, his Rous
by Alpha Omega Alpha, niationlal honi- chicken-sarcoma, the first transplant-
orary medical fraternity.jUable tiumor vHirusdiscovered, forming
Dr. Rous, who is todlay regarded as! the basis for the work of Gye and1
one of the leading research workers B~arnard.

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