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TH{URSDAY, APRIL, 28, 19~27,

THE MICHIGAN

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JORNMoer'30, Will Represent University PICK ANN ARBOR Miss Rabinoff To Compete For Honors
JORNLISM CLAS[S'oejl ie ots FOR CONVENTION lauwl ev ismr~mn a encahn isRbn
_____I Elizabeth Rabinoff, '27, Michigan's and Ann Arbor churches. Prof. Louis
WILL r A~~~~~un Mhror was seleted a the loco- .Ecaftepbisekn
WIL 6T1 n1927 National trcConaeCots "ilstkintutiodrname i idwest. College Comic associat i lleguwithlPoleaveD. t. ohserhead off for several wes
Arranigemntis M--WitLocal P:e] 30lth Cnstui on ifecolltaeegiate (etemiedby ot wich twilltheldnexthe firs t wekth Psrf .Tatiinst r heOat orfMheieoftespubliscnsingipat
>htr~3'Students~ Will Work 130oclock tomorr)1ow i the lease, The winner of this contest will crn- Pin1)cccm er. The conference closed its the public speaking department, for TeUieste fWsosn m
Mberb3'las meeingSatrdayin hicgo. Iowa City, Iowa, where six mid-west- nsota, Iowa, Northwestern and Mich-
(ii I'?ulr ,aditre iualYpsilant e he Mi p- n the nationa semii-fials when "Garoyle" campus humor~ inaga-torn universities and colleges will cor- iigan are regular members of the
________ Cga rlstat oerfinals wi i e eld s erz - ct wil be selecte d to speak in the in , as elct d seci'el ay tr '''' r erfe April 29 for the oratorical honors Not e n O a ri l l ag e nd w l
ClirTO P.MoyrT S0PECIAL irsen I znebYtb11C1of the Middle W~est. be represented by orators. Western
T EDTS CAL SSE the i~niver,;it y due to his victory in ntational finals in Los A'ngc 125 on} of the organization. Its delegates to Rsreuiest a tmoaty
- - ~~~the preliminary contest held severalI June 23. The only prizes that will the conference in Chicago were C. R hiss~tlo Rabinoff's oration is entitled: Raes e ae o eniversity sem oil
Cooperation between local and near- weeks a~o when hie was selectedl from 1 e awardled in all the iontests will be Swinehart27, editor, andT John Hal- "h atlo of Life," which is a tkntepaeo h nvriyo
a field of 10 contestants. Prof. Louis at the final meet in Los Angeles where !ste, '2,usiness manager.: discussion of the heroism of women
by niewspapers and the University de- and the future of womanhood in re-.
parmen ofjounalsm as esutedinM Eich of the public speaking depart- first honors carries a prize of $1500, j adt potnte fralcassT E H
aragmnsbntcmltdw erte- eI ochn tecotstnOadthIemide f h piesae 110Uiversity--Bishop Francis J. of women in an enjoyment and realiza- It
arragemets bhi~ omplted hereand will acompainy him to Ypsilanti. proportional, the seventh contestant cMcCnnel of Pittsburgh will gie the tion of them. Miss Rainoff has spoken H r
by students enrolled in two of the The following s~iools and colleges'! re civing $350. In this contest every Comneetades gee e rto evrltmsi eritH rtSc afne
coursxe ill aotaiusatia newspa-s will compete in the state finals: De- :entry receives an award. __________________________________________
perswerenc on vaiu ewpr, trit College of Law, Kalamazoo Co- Moyer is the first freshman in the
according to Howar'd P. Jones of the loge, Detroit university, Albion college, history of the University to represent
One day each week several students lege of the City of Detroit, erris In- Iical contest. H-is subject is: Marshallj
aking the course in newspaper copy- stitute, and the University of Michigan. and the Constitution.
reading and editin~g are given the op-________________________________________/
portunity of going through the routine h
Di a regular newspaper day on the Ann>
Arbor Times News. Rlay Baker, editor
of the Timhes News,Fhaving made ar-
angements with the journalism (de-
partment for the work.A Y"! rO L J
,Members of the class in communityTOAL INI
nwpprwork will cooperate in pub- thi
lshing a special University issue of rgl h fl}x
he Washtenaw Post, of which C. H. V V1olt~j y hi i
Jemingway is the editor. OpportunitiesA TI 1A 111
for obtaining: both nrai t.icf i nes 1. . A ....... 1 ! .r

iiios«i[ Ihdrew from the
league last year. At this annual mneet-
ing of the league It will be decideo
if Western- Reserve university will
permanently take Illinois' place.
Rent a Good
Typewriter
at Rider's Pen Shop
1 SiS State St.
DME OF
& Marx Clothing
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and, editorial exnerience will be afford-
ed Michigan students, who will take,
over 'about the entire regular staff
work in the case of the out-of-town
papers.
AT THlE DETROIT THEATERS
SHUBERT- LAFAYETTE'
THE NATION IL PLAYERS
in 'the IXelodrauiatle Comedy
"THE DOVE"
Sunday ,Matinee'-Best Trats, 50c
Thurs. and Sat. fats.
255, 50c, 75c'
Sunday Matinees Thurs. and Sat. Mats

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ICE (;REAM

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Mr. JERRY COAN will
exhibit our imported wool-

ens for. Spring anq

Sum-

mer swear---pre-eminent in

coloring and styling.
inspection will carry
conviction

An

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REMEMBER: You can get Arctic'.;4f
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where Arctic Ice Cream is sold.
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$5 and $6

FLANNEL FELTS
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smart Suits
for' Sprin g
$3.5.00 and $42.50
With Two Trousers
Excellently Styled by Hart, Schaffner & Marx

For Sports Wear

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