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TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, T"I"I'RT'Alty

TWO THE MICI IMAN DAILY SUNI)AY, FI~BRUARY 19. 1~2~

FOR EXTEM1PORANEO1US'
SPE-ECH COMPETITION!
O)NTX TEN PERSONS E:NROLLEI)
FOR CONTESTS T() IE
IfEll) THIVH4WE K
TWO PRIZES ARE OFFERED,
Four Days Still llemainIi n WiVch
ProsPective Entraids s May Apply
For admission

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THREEU - BIG DAYS ADMISSION, 0
MOND~v. rU1-SDAY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 21, 22

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ATTEND
TODNAY'S
FR TIMNEES

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Starting this after'noon comes a show thait
is the greatest entertainmarent b again you
ever heard of, not only here but anywhere-

According to a count mlade yester-
day, not more than ten students have
thus far signifiedI their intention of
entering the preliminary trial of the
extemporaneous contest by affixing
their names to the entry blanks
placed on four of the bulletin b~oards
o1' Angell hall.
Only four more (lays remain in
which studlents may signify tbheir dc-
sire to participate in this contest by
s:gingi one of these entry blanks,
for the preliminary trial is schedul-
(d to take place on hursday, Feb.,
23, at 4 o'clock in the alpha Nu room-
o) the fourth floor of Angell hal].
Athiletics Is Suibject
Tphe subject which has already ]been
announced by Lyle E. 'iserinan,l
'36L, manager of this year's contest,
;r "Resolved, that the new develop-
inents in inter-colltgiate ,Athletics
will more adequately represent stu-
dent interests and the aims of coml-
petitive sport. 'Those entering- he
contest shouldl comfylpreparedl to talk
can any phase of this qluestion. The
spceeches should neither lbe read nor4
,"emorized.
.i+ v ry sophomore, Junior, and sen-
ior' on the campus is Qlig;ible to par-I
ticii te in this conltest. ''i , t O
Figsern ,-. Freshmen may (luter ol'lyI
by -(cciti permission gra"Itcd 1."yt11
clean cf the college ii, which thr e h
.Imt is cr.rolled.
The final contest is set for Tues-
day, Feb. 28, at 5 o'clock. The subI-
joct for this final trial will not] be
selected or announced until after the
six men re chosen from the pr -
hiinary imeet. The place where 11,S
last contest will be held has ncl v t
bieen deided. gnd accordimn to ' i, .er-'}}}
man, if stifficient interest- is shown, A:t
may be held in one of the large au.,
ditorlums on the campus.
The extemporaneous speakingco-
test- last year was won by Paul J.
Kecrn, '29, whose subject in the fin, l
w .as "Picking the All-Amnerican I
Tea i.."
Two prizes are being offered 6y
the Oratorical association, which is
'-ponsoring the contest.
UNION TO GIVE SPECIAL
'WASHINGTON DAY DANCE i
Tickets are now on sale at the main !
desk ,in the Union lobby for the spe-
cial Washington's Birthday dance
which will be given next Tuesday
night at the Union. The dance will
be a fpur-hour affair, lasting-from 9
o'clock until 1 o'clock, and special
fav-ors will be distributed to the
guests. Syd Bryant's orchestra will
furnish the music.

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YI LA,14I VHS M4E TO TIEW TIS ASTER PLAY
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ache and yo.ur
sides nearly
break. For
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again.
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If you desire variety, Service, and QualityI
Eat at
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We aeccc"iimodate with reservations
- (W atch; for menus in subsequent Dailies)

Replete with Song, Dac ad irth--An Avalanche of Fun!

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College yells they knew . . but when a pair
of squalling inf ants was added to their cheering
squad, what a difference it made!
Dane and Arthur, the team riot of"bRookies,"
give you one explosion of mirth after another
in this grand film version of the famous Broad-
way f arce.

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