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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY., MARCh 11, 1927

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PICK CLASS ORATORSE
FOR UNIVERSITY MEET!
Four Seno1r Crnitcsats 'WillIi Singl*e
.J1nior ini. ll SpeakMrch 2-
In U<" ivrersitoii-nn tet
Na SOPHOMAORES ENTERED,
Senior and junior contestants for
the University oratorical contest were,
announced yesterday afternoon by
i'tof. Louis M, l;ich of the Publio
Speaking department, who is i
ch~arge of thef contest.
'William C. Bishop, '28, is the solo
junior representative and was selert.
ed last Tuesday ait1ernoon in a prelint-
lbnary contest. Yesterday aft ernoon thi
following speakers were pickedA to
orate in the final contest to he hold
March 25 inn University ball:' Miss
Elizabeth ZL. Rahinoff, '27 [id, RtolerC
0. Varnump, '27, Ah Hlon Wong, '29:1,
and Clarence AV. Norris, '27. The
sophomore class will not be represent-
ed in the final .contest.
Bishop's. subject is: "The New
Negro," and Miss Rabinoff's oration
- is entitled "Stutdent Character forl
World Citizenship." Wong'S title for~
hjis oration is "Shall Justice lie Done'
to China ?" "Salvag ing Civilization" Js l
the subsject of Varnum's speech and.
Norris entitles his oration as "The
Gift of a Negro to America."
MINING COLLEGE,
GETS NEW NAME

General Butler Sets Sail For China

SUR VE YING DEPAR'
ACQUIRING OF SU
(c.;si(viing ,the protest to be
Id'Oby Representative Fred R.
Viii.; agryinst the University's acquir-
ng l-rge holdings in northern Mich-
igan for the purpose of a summer
! iilrv"eyng camp and biological field
st ation, 11w departmnent of geodesy and
!ri-c ing has given a few facts about
tIhis iiUiveirsity Property. The con-
tent hu: 'i , htt by being University
property is is ir educational pur-
,iose ; an,! therefore not available to
ta 'no ion.
Over half te property was obtain-

T.ME.IT DESC IBES the state by previous owners, because4c PHi ETA SIGMA
M1MER AMtAN hat mot of te area covr k'( ELECTS 45 MEN
- ~Camp Davis, or' a grea;t part of it, is1
ed in 1908, a matter of 1,500 acres, I along the waterfront of Dougclas lk' ot-ielehe eeinfornted
wsgvntthUi-and1 Burt lakest, gives it ai;alRV tera leec o oPIf()aSig-
half of which wa ie oteU i fo taxation than if it wNere waste in-fjjrclun hooY shlsi
versity by Colonel Charles Bogardus. ln rpry n steeoea~aent rmx.Teshlsi
There were other purchases ranging I greater loss to the state; but land imt axeaerqielfrmmesi a
overa priodof ears mot noablI0n the water would be of little U~SC vrg et ohlfAadhl
oeaprodoyermsnoal; ,na rgzLil Aa (]:alof which 'were in 1914, 600 acres; to the tUniversity for the lmriboe i-,,i nark (lurin t Past semester
and in 1916, 700 acres. At the pres- Campl)Daivis is now being used t 'it I , i of11 hus
ent time TUniversity property around f,' t(iarn,t nce('00k Iittle will

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Camp Davisi
It is of in
p rice paid by
property aver
is also of inte
some, of the3

totals about 3,300 acres.
Mterest to note that the
y the University for this
gaged $3.84 per acre. It
erest to note that at least
land was turned back to

OHIO STATE-The second volume tnk :~ ithe inititiion banulet to be
of the school's history is out. ediirh2inte no.

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KENTUCKY RIDING, ACADEMY
ALL ilENITVRY IHORSES
SRIDING LESSONS - HURDLING
Horses for Rent by the Hour
I~ih Tw- ievhniuiie and Show Ring Stanidatrds
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Whe .~smarL.Iyle is com~Med
wih- quality...as Lis rn..a
Stetson - - there. can, de.no
.7rra~ctn Ii.as to h hatvou,

iBrig. (Gen. Smnedley D). Butler, right, of the United States marine corms
i., picitured here departing from the San Diego, Calif., marinaebase far
China, to be commander-in-chief of United States magrines there. V itlt
Gen. Butler is Lt. ('(l. Ellis Miller, his chief of staff.
[ ~perception of art as an ideal, not a.
Parker Gives Ideas reality. Art' should be a supipiement
Of 'Tolstoy OnArt to r eal li e,_he concluded. --

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"What Is Art?" was the subject of
LANSING, Mich., March 10-By the! a talk by Prof. Dewitt H. Parker
passing of a bill recently introduced' of the philosophy department, delv-.;
into the Michigan State Legislature' ered yesterday before a meeting of thei
by State Senator 'Gus- T. Hartman of Tolstoy league in room 231, Angell
Houghton, the namne of the mining' hall. Professor Parker said that art,!
colege at Houghton has been chang- according to Tolstoy, should be a
ed from the Mi~higan College of Mines; transmission of feeling which is clear
to the Michigan Technical School. The' and intelligible. To be a real suc-?
reason 'given for the change is that ? cess, art should express a universalj
the old name impied, and led many feeling not limited to any class of
people to believe tha~t the school was people, he stated. The speaker main-j
prely a mining college. tamied that he looked upon Tolstoy's
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