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THE MICHIGAN DAIL Y

WDT1SDAY, l'EBRT~iU4TY 1. 1928

ISTAFORDUNIVERSITY ESTABLISHES HONOR QUARANTINE Will Show Business
REOId-STRATION B jIN T NFf S;icur er odQCOL]
FO PRICPAIN N"The Doings of Turp and Tie" a
moving picture dpicing th ma-
., r .";act;ure of"turpentinez:will. .e.shoni
E'\ s \ . : ,r:<* 1 In Natural Science auditorium at 415
OR ATO RICAL CONTESI Eo'clock today under the auspices of-____

LEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than i ever.
703 Packard St..

PIHIZS OFFER ED BY FORENSIC;
()( 11"I'Y iFOR{FIRST AND
SECOND 1'LACES
UPPERCLASSMEN ELIGIBLE
iih1,ieces For Preliminary T.irials Will
Be On Recent D~evelopmiients Ini
Collegiatec Athletics
Entry blanks upon which those whoI
desire to participate in the prelimin-
ary extemporaneous speaking contest
should sign their names have been
placed on four bulletin boards of An-
gell hail, according to Lyle E.. Eiser-
mian, '30L, director of this year's con-
test.
These blanks have been placedi on
the bulletin boards of the Alpha Nu
room and the Adelphi and also on the
board on the fourth floor of Angell
hlu,. Another entry blank has been
Placed on the bulletin board outside
room 3211, Angell hall. There will be
no blank on the door of the Oratorical
office in Mason hall, as previously an-
nounced.
Many Are Eligible
Every sophomore, junior, and senior
on the campus is eligible to enter the
contest, according to Eiserman.
Freshmen may participate only by
special permission granted by the
clean wf the' college in which the stu-
dent is enrolled.
The date of the preliminary trial
has been set for Thursday, Feb. 23, at4
4 o'clock. The subject for this first
trial is intercollegiate athletics, or
more specifically, recent developments
in intercollegiate athletics. Anyone'.
entering this contest must be prepar-
ed to discuss any phase of this topic,
ranging from the two-team problem{
to the building of large stadia.
The subject for the final contest,
whvlich is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb.
2S, at 8 o'clock, will not be announced
until. after the selection of the six men
from the preliminary trial. The pre-
liminary contest will be held in room
302, Mason hall, and the place of the
final will be decided later. Accord-
ing to Eiserman, if sufficient interest

This picture, the first of a seieis of
films dealing with business and in-
dustrial subjects to be given this year
by the business school, explains thej
manufacture and production of tur-
pentine.
A decreasing illiteracy in Pales-
tine 'is permitting the use of electric;
Imoving signs for the first time.

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B is('ov(! V 01c' tU "Pii ° < ,n3(' nf ainile paralysis cases at"Sanford University, Calif., led Dr. Ray
Lyinan.\Vilhur, -its y inposa' an honor quarantine among st'udents. All athletic and social events were
cancelled ci (,rjwt von cd < dal,:sudent. body was a,:ked to0 (1 its eating and drinking from paper plates and cuips.
Above, a view of t he nn:%; r 1 fI onia tnearhy hill, withi inset, Dr. W\ilbur.

TYPEWRJUTIN(G anal
HIMEOG~RAPING
a specialty for
twenty years.
Prompt Service, Experienced Oper.
hh ators, M1/Ioderate Rates.
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Report ,Slows ('on isiderable Increase In
Services Rendered By Health Department

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Rug Cleaning Works

According to a statistical report
given out hy Dr. XWarren E. Forsvythe,
director of the University health serv-
ice, there has been c'onsider'able in-
crease this year in the service rend-
ered by all branclie's of the depart-
ment. Although no unusual reason
for the increase has been recognized,j
the work for the month of J3anuary,
1.928 was much heavier than in cor-
responding months since the establish-
ment of the H-ealth Service in 1.913- 1

From JIuly 1, 1927 to January U1,
198 thwi were 25,714 calls made at
the dispensary,' compared to 20,5S
calls jluring the sam,. period last
year'. This total includes tihe medical
examinations required for entrance in-'
to the university in the fall. Over
100 more* room calls have been made
hr Hedalth Service physicians during
1 the past six months than were made
(luring t-he same period of time, last
year.

Rugs and Carpets
Cleaned-Sized-Repaired

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A Full Line of
Whitehouse & Hardy Models.
On Display At
GUY WOOLFOLK
36 South State Street
iVxcluslve Lasts and PatternsIDesigned and Sold Only by
WHIEHOSE HADYC
BRO AD WAI AT 40 STREWl 4BROtADWA 4 WEST 42a STREET
1111 OtCLI ,YA li'ERA l OUSE St1LDtfNC XT .AVL STRUT KNICKUSOQCXER =UILDAIG
P"lLAU1'HIA-l1l 1,CHESTNUT STRIo . ~

1032 Green St.

Phone 8115

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0 I PH EU
THATERTODAY ONLY
'wWINNING of
WORTH"
fromtivwrdlyAROLfl BELt WRIGHT
with RONALD 'COLMAN

is shown, the last contest will be held I.
in ,one of the large campus auditori--wan .V L i1 BA N KY
Prizes Are Offered
The Oratorical association, which IN 11 DI'r i O-TON IT FIS CO UNTiRY YSTORE NIGI1 1'
sponsors this contest, is offering 15 FREE PRIZES
prizes to the first two places. The
winner will receive a University of IA11111,1
Michigan wall piaque, and a book will
be awared to the man who wins sec-fil[le
The names of the judges have notAA,9
been givenu as yet, but according to=
Tserman they will be either senioras
1law students or members of the fac- ! R ussian B s
ulty of speech. =I -
UNION ANNO UNCESINCOA
PRICE REDUCTIONS:_ .*.. \. **-
Prices wr eue on mn of the ":w:.:.r.:y<' UNION SERIES
dishes being served in the Union tap-E
room, last week, and as a r esult, moire = .',.~,.
than one thousand mnore sales w~eire 'y>: w
madethanbefore, according to fig-= ~ i:.:.......................................
ures given out yester day by the man-[
agement. .0pg0 0=
"We found that w e could serve the 2 eu. .4, p3ll
customers at a lower price than we
had been doing, so we lowered the-
rates accordingly," stated William - { {
:.HILL AUWTONI
'sband, assistant manager of the= -
Union. As a result, he pointed out,=
the sales jumped considerably.,
poua r o oda oe rcsAlthough n~ot all of the dishes were TICR11TS "-$1.509,x±2.09) .)0
lowered in price, many of the more A V Iidsei'.its School of Muic
Butter is no longer charged for, and -"
the meat dishes have been lowered 5
cents per serving. Others have been __________________________________________
reue to the lowest nosil.c

a Today andTomorrow,
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allowed. It is possible that if sales
continue to increase, that more re-
ductions will be made in a short time.
CHICAGO-Th3 Collegiate, an or-
ganization of 2100 men who have
attended college "or morx thai tIwo
years, plans to erect a 15 stor'y chill
home in the Loop.

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