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24, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JUDGES ARE CHOSEN
FOR DEBATE CONTEST
Chief Justice'Louis H. Fead, '00L.
of the Michigan supreme court, and
Judge Arthur H. Tuttle, '95L, of the
Federal court at Detroit, have agreed
to sit with with Silas H. Strawn,
president of the American Bar asso-
ciation in judging of finals of the case
club competition on April 20, accord-
ing to an announcement made yes-
terday by Dean Henry M. Bates of
the Law school. Strawn made plans
some time ago to be present for the
event and with the securing of these
two men to sit in the case only one
or two more judges need to be se-
lected to complete the bench.
Those who will compete in this
year's finals are George B. Christen-
sen, '29L, and William A. Miller, '29L,t
of .the Holmes club, against Robert
M. Kerr, '29L, and James I. John-
son, '29L, of the Story club. They
were selected through various inter-
club contests, after which semi-finals
b~etween: the clubs 'were held.
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MODEL LEAGUE OF NATIONS WILL
MEET MAY 12 AT EAST LANSING
A model League of Nations assem- University of Chicago, and Cornell
bly, to parallel those held recently at university, are planned, besides the
several places in the East, is planned one at Michigan State college.
for May 12 at East Lansing under All of the colleges andt universities
the auspices of Michigan State Col- ofthe state will be invited to send
lege, according to an announcement delegates to East Lansing for th,
received here yesterday by the office May conference, and it is planned to
of President Clarence Cook Little. have at least one prominent speaker
The meeting, according to the pre-I to address the group. In addition to
lim-inary announcement, is planned the speaker, however, the conference
to parallel as closely as possible the will meet in two sessions to follow
regular assemblies of the league at through. the order of business of a
Geneva, and is for the purpose of regular League of Nations conclave,
acquainting students Avith the =or- with mock examination and adoption.
ganization and functioning of that of agenda, appointment of commit-
body rather than for the purpose of tees and other business transacted
spreading propaganda for the league. much as the league itself.
The first of these assemblies was The first .meeting of the group will
held in New York state at Syracuse be held on Saturday morning, May
university in May of last year, with 12, the second in the afternoon of
11 universities and colleges of that the same day; and the third will take
state represented. At the present place at a banquet in Lansing that
time three others, at Amherst, the night.

HOOVER, SMITH LEADING PRESIDENTIAL POLLS

Herbert Hoover, secretary of com-i
merce, and Alfred E. Smith, guve:nor
of New York, are far in the lead in,
a country-wide college poll of presi-
dential possibilities, according to fig-
ures announced by The Independent,

Of the remaining eight candidates Harvard, 1,841. The vote for Smith
important in the balloting, Vice, was as follows: University of Penn-!
President Charles G. Dawes held sylvania, 3,036; New York university,
third place with 1,727 votes. 1,522; Penn State, 390, and Harvard,
Hoover's poll in some of the larg- 1,380. Dawes received the following
est colleges was: University of vote: University of Pennsylvania,
Pennsylvania, 3,139; New York uni 395; New York Pennsylvani ,206;
vetsity, 1,220; Penn State, 1,043, and Penn 'State, 215, and Harvard, 230.

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CASS THEATRE
Beginning Sunday, March 18
Prices-Nights, $1 to $3. Wed.
ilMat.. S0c to $1.50. Sat. Mat.,
50e to $2.00. (Plus Tax)
Cilbert Miller Presents
1 OLBROOK BLINN
Special Return Engagement
"THE PLAY'S TIHE THING"

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ANNIVERSARY WEEK

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Woodward, at Eliot
BON ST ELLE
PLAYHOUSE
NIGHTS, 75c, $1.50. Mats. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat., 50c, 75c
Beginnig Monday, March -19
A Cli mpse into the Life of Al-
most Any American Family
"iTOMMY "
GARRI CK
Beginning Sunday, March 18
Jed. Harris' World-Famous
Drauna of the Cabarets
BROADWAY
Nights, 50c to $2.50; Saturday
Matinee, 50c to $2

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and hence of better taste
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at the price.
LIGGETr & MyERs TomAcco Co.

Shubert-Lafayette
Beginning Sunday, March 18
Irices: Nights,'50c to $2.50; Sat.
ilatt. Ofc to $2.; Popular Thurs.
day Mat., 50e to $1.50
2 GIRLS WANTED
A Comedy of Youth, Romance
and Thrills

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