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FRIDAY', NOVEMBER, 19, 1926i

T14E MICHIGAN DAILY

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CONTEIST DA4TE IS SET'
BY ORATORICAL BO
;association- :;Vile fis~rAnnual
Heet to be eld O* tIn 'a"e3;
Siihje, is College :!thid its,. ?
th' BE EXTEMPORANEOUS
Announcement was made yesterday
from the office of the Oratorial as-
sociation th~at the annual, extemporan-j
oous speaking contest, held -under thej
auspices of that association every
year, will thlis year occur on December;
3, with a pfreliminary contest to deter-
mine the comnpetitors on T~ues~day, No-
vember 30.
The subects for the speeches this
year will be chosen from some phase
of intercollegiate athletics, and the
contestants; will draw on the ',day
of the preliminary contest some sub-
ject which deals with a specific phase
of the larger question. The speeches
in the prehiminary contest, which will
be privately held andI judged by a'
jury of Delta Sigma Rho men, wil be
not more th~an five minutes in length,
and the speeches in the final contest
will be eight minutes and the contest
will be judged by, members of the t
faculty, as 'has been the custom in thf, (it
past. I c
LENINGRIAD.-The local art libra-
ry is now the world's largest. -'

EfnyVov Discusses Economic Conditions

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:onoic t tothepublc a theoflcesof
coorieLand Survey Is Carried CanBy the areas already surveyed are now'
Propet s Prt O Gegrahy Rseach1thesurvey at Lansing."
P opet s Pat o Gegrapy Rsearh lth"Locating the original s u r v e y

s- a phase of his geograp*ihical re- 1 conditions make it impossible to work
a e'arch worn, E. C. Prophiet of the geo- but four months of the year, and a
graphical dleparltn-nt .;pent the ,,-1- large field crew living in camp, is re-
rumer with a large crew of ni mrtakciig quired to complete one section of the
a land survey of (~hi upea (sutYil survey in that time. Although the ma-
N rh r Mi h g n "pi ec n m c j rt of t e c e ar pr f si nlland survey which is sMill Uclai g :wade foresters, soil m en, hydraulic en-
by the Department of Conservation ol, gineers, geologists and economists, an
the State of Michigan under the di-; excellent oportunity is here afforded
[ reetion of H. L. Schoenm, has been ; technically trained undergraduate col-
carried on duffing the past five year,, loge men during summer vacations.
as a public service by the state. I "The work consists," Prophet de-
Each summer the Bureau of Soils Gldared, "of making a detailed inven-
I of the United States Department of Lory of a given land area, using a
Agriculture co-operates with the Sur- Iseries of maps to show the results.
vey by furnishing two expnert soil These maps are records of topography,
miappers, while Michigan State College soil types, vegetation, present utility,
furnishes a numbar of soil surv eyors intent of land ownership, and local
and soil type experts to aid in the field assessments, closely resembling thej
jwork. Because of the ourdoor ?nature cadastral surveys. used in European
of the survey, unfavorable weatbr countries. The maps and repotson]
TODA YANDATURDAY ,I

1c1 n " 1LgllL1 rn tinii 1Zj a"Iv v 1 tre'm:-
uro hunt for even the most experienc-
ed surveyors. It is over eighty years
since the original section corners have
been established and marked off by
the stakes and blazed trees of the.
government surveyors. M'ost of tho
original square-mile corners have
since been obliterated by burning over
in forest fires, or by cutting off of the

lumber by large lumbering concernis-
"in making the quarter lines and
! section lines on the trees as we pro-
ceed, we had to hold a perfectly .true
course byy the compass. Among the
difficulties encountered was the cross-
ing of tangled masses of blown down
trees, known as windfalls. We were
compelled either to' cut our- way
I through or climb over therm, at the
same time keeping track of the sec-
Lion line 'and -how far we -had -already
proceeded along it. A mis-step here
serious injury.

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A Farce Comedy o f a ;boy Who
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Boris E. Srvirsky, director of th e IRu.siaiiz «f o information, has
[wing a four months' visit home. lie is shown (lisema sir: present econoii-
just returnedI to Washington as unofficial representative of his country fol-
al conditions with D'arold Kellock, statistical direetor of the bureau, as
Soviet Russia enters upon the tenth year since tho r-volution.

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moere ISeta to his artistr4.
Ssw cdieart of the gaiid4
and jight-4 Stella Dallas,
lover of her digified,
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A 'Tan Rlibber Comiedy
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And Its Record Goes Down
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solerst love, set with gorgeous and colorful trappings, action and soft rom.ance that has
indelibly, stam'ped it as the greatest of all pictures to date!

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