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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pault G~ry Testimnhi
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CH STMichiganTourBeing
CONTSTlannedFor Foreign
TONIHT Students On Campus
Preparations are now under way for
lal Prizes Are the holding of the sixth annual spring
, econd vacation trip for foreign students,

Hearing Improved After Airplane DiveI

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a fellowship' in Fine Arts by t he Cr I- the youngest of those h o weregivr
:\negie Corporation. This aw ard }vil1 hsaward andi the oily onuwora
enable her to continuc hrr graduate not received a degree. She will, how-
studies in Europe under th direction ever, have won her degree at the end
of Radcliffe college where she is of this year's work.
studying at present. 1 iss Eflinger spent last sumier
Miss Effinger did excellent work inl studying in Paris.
ck in, arts while at Michigan. receiving
k A" in all her courses. In her junior
year she was selected for membership E FLATS
ry in Phi Beta Kappa. Ipon her grad-
.ty uation from the University she re-
ns ceived a Carnegie scholarship grant Built on a Founidattion o Fun
of which provided for a year of graluate
nt, study at Radcliffe. Miss Effinger was

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ant wines according to Carlton F. Wells of the
rhetoric department, one of the spon-
FAUT ILJUDGE s"rs-
FACULTYWILLJUDMr. Wells and Prof. J. A. C. Hild-
Michigan's orator for the North- ner of the German department will
ern Oratorical league will be select-'take a group of not more than 25
e rtorca ld league wil bed selct- foreign students on a visit to Bat-
ed from a field of five senior and Jun-, tie Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids,
for cdntestants, when the University Lansing, and Flint. The grouRp is to
Oratorical contest will be held at 8 leave Monday April 11, returning
o'clock tonight in University hall. Saturday,.April,16.
Prof. Louis M. Eich of the public antertanmentwill be provided in
speaking department, who is. in charge part of the cities by University alum-
of the contest, announced yesterday ni The Flint U. of M. club is mak-
afternoon the judges of the orations. ing plans for overnight entertainment
They are as follows: Prof. T. E. Ran- in their city.
kin of the rhetoric department, Assist-I Twelve students coming from Eng-
ant Dean W. R. Hun'phreys ofthe land, China, Bulgaria and the Phili-
literary college, Dr. James K. Pol- es' have already made plans for
lock of the political science depar the trip, states Mr. Wells. Any others
ment, bh E Desore nd Carl- who care to do so thould get in touch
Brandt, both of whom are in the pub- with him as soon as possible at his
lic spreaking department. odflce, 9224 Angell -hall.
The contestants that will particip- -_____,__224Ange _____.
ate -tonight. are Elizabeth L. Rab' -
off, '27Ed, whose subject is "Stude t Cabot And Whitman
Character for World Citizenship,
Robert 0. Varnum, '27, whose oration To Address Meeting
is entitled "Salvaging Civilization;" T Aese g
Al Hon Wong, '29L, will talk on the Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Medical
title "Shall Justice Be Done To scol wugh Cak toorho ni at
China?;" Clarence W. Norris, '27, will school, will speak tomorrow night at
Chia?;" Claree W. orris, '2g7, wl the Powers hotel in Rochester, N. Y.,
Ara onThe Gitm of C.h 'shopo at a joint banquet of the members of
'A , "nd "Tla C. NegrO, the law and medical professions of
'28, will discuss "The New Negro.*that city. The dinnef is being given
First honos :in the contest carries that he icef theinochen
the Paul Gray testimonial Vf $100 in under the auspices of the Rochester
cash besides the Chicago alumni Bar association and the Rochester
medal. The winner of first place Academy of Medicine, and is a per-
also represents the University in the iodical occasion among the profes-
Northern Oratorical league, which 'sional men.
will be held at Iowa on the evening Hon. Charles Seymour Whitman,
of April 22. Second' honors has the president of the American Bar asso-
award of $50 in cash from the Paul ciation will be the only.other speaker.
Gray testimonials. Whitman has long been prominent in
the legal circles of the country and
NORTHWESTERN. - The scarlet was governor of New York from 1915
fever scare is over and 15 students, to 1918. He and Dr. Cabot were
who have been quarantiied for a chosen as representative, men in their
week, have been released. respective professions, and they will
speak of the present and future rela-
IOWA.-A recent issue of the Daily tions of medicine and law to society.
Iowan was held up 12 hours when a
falling branch cut the high tension YALE.-Thirteen freshmen had a
wires leading to the press room . 90-100 average last semester.

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walls left standing after the old Ho
pital fire of Feb. 1 made it necessa
to tear them down to insure the safe
of passing motorists and pedestrian
According to Irving W. Truettner,t
the buildings and grounds departmen
a great deal of scrap iron and brick
being salvaged. Mr. Truettner sa
that no plans have been made towa
erecting a new building there at pre
ent, but that he expects that in tir
the University will build a mode
hospital unit, much larger than t
old one.
DEAN'S DA UGH TE
REAPPOINTED T
FINE ARTS AWARI
Margaret K. Effinger, '26, daughte
of Dean John R. Effinger of the lite
ary college, has been reappointedt

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Dr. Paul V. Winslow of New Y ork City, ear specialist, is shown
testing the ears of Miss Lucy Crill, following a daring experient in an
airplane to cure deafness with whi ch Miss Crill has suffered for seven
years.

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The Shop of Satisfaction
This Week

MAYBE you know some old fogey who
owns one of these ultra high-hat pipes...
a blotto bimbo who broadcasts a line of
"broad-A" lingo: "cawn't enjoy tobacco
that costs less than two bucks the ounce"
Well, paste tli bit of news in the
old boy's stove-pipe:
In picking pipe-tobacco forget price
ENTIRELY. . . draw your own conclusions
through the stem of your trusty pipe. Draw
deep from a bowlful of grand old Granger
Rough Cut and learn that there's ONE truly
fine tobacco that DOESNT cost a fortune.
Here's tobacco as fine as any man ever,
packed in his pipe.... Granger is made
for pipes and cut for pipes-it SMOKES like
a million dollars! But the pocket-package
is a foil-pouch (instead of a costly tin)
and so, it SELLS at justten cents.
It's tobacco worthy of the "dawgiest"
meerschaum or calabash. . . 'tobacco
worthy of any pipe in the world!

2 Special Lots of Spring Gowns
This week we are offering two lots of the latest models in the approved
gowns for spring at very intriguing prices. They come in regular sizes for
the medium height and taller woman, and. in half sizes for the shorter
woman with larger hips. The materials are Crepes and Georgettes in all
the leading shades and black. The workmanship is above reproach; the

same as you will find in dresses costing twice as much.

The styles are

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ctpies of the latest Parisian mode, as well as conservative models for the

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$390
Suits that Appeal

Coats for All Occasions

Two special

lines of Sport and Trayel

GRANGER
ROUGH CUT

Coats are featured this week at -the special
price of
$25 and $39,50
Two interesting groups of Dress Coats in
Black, Navy, Grey, etc., in all sizes up
to 46.

A wonderful value in
Tmeed Suits, hand
lined, at only

the latest Scotch
tailored, crepe silk

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$25

Poiret sheen suits, and Poiret Twill hair-
line suits, crepe lined and hand tailored at
$25

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and $39.50

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