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SUtTNDAY. MARiCH 25 928i

THE MICIGAN DAILY

T'A\CE 'TTIREl'

S0~iVl y~, ( iillO',VC(l l)y A ad VC\V ('arne- FE NM AKER S

ORATORS TO
FOR AWARDS
F~inal pomn~2tition in

CONTEST VICTOR C. VAUGHAN, FORMER MEDICAL SCHOOLEA
PRAISES UNIVERSITY GROWTH ON RETURN TO CA
Dr. Vitr .Vugafre progress had been very rapid., fe leedah rate Cof Ithe ave
TUISDAIdean of the Medlical school, in an Dean Vaughan, as he is still ;lian has beet; lowered ur
interview yesterday, praised the! known to the dloctors at the hospital,; avethle lowest of a 1
the University ,growth of the University since he re- was in Ann Arbor for a brief visit. T- hese I W() 103 c~z ill act
T-In .. n oivr i of 41n fi'srii/rn.!1

s()(;ieiy, endowed by Andrew C'arilo-

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PENIMAKERS

gic'. SEE
D~r. t'aughan and Vlrs. Vauighan
were in lb e Orient: last year investi-R i e o RPIkl
g ating hospitals, and lie relatedCX - HIGH EQUALITY AND STANDARD PRICES
p- ie'Uces its.Japanese. (ioniee, andi PLUS SNAPPY SERVICE
P~hilippine hospit als, declaring that
sanitation and hygenics are far I e- =F R EPAIR SERVICE

Oratorical contest will be held at 8 sge rmtefaut n12. He 1-is5chiairmuaniuiuo . ume '"
o'clockfrmTuesdayclnight 1in.Hill auivito-nrecounted tales of the growth o themedical science, National Academy,
i'lokTuewa igt nod iylsted. -of Science, at Washington, D). C..
rium, i a anuncedysea. At- where he resides.
tendance is required of all students Threas tme hen-- Ir
in speech 31, 32, 33, -and 34 classes. "didhnot haveXaytimethedn c sd
There will' be no admission charge.(idnthvX-astedanadj
rpheliv stdens wh wil seakThat was back in the '90', and t he
In the final conte'st are William Con~ily meanis a doctor hadl of a ster-
Bishop, '28, Laura M. Osgood, '28 Ed., 'taining whether or not a bone was
B~ernard Goldman, '29, William Mc- lbroken was by manipulation with the
D~onald, '29, and Howard Simon, '30. hands.
These five were chosen following q "Three per cent of the people of
three class preliminary contests the United States are sick every
which were held almost two weeks year," Dr. Vaughan statedi. "There:
ago, will never be enough hospitals to
The two seniors who are competing take care of them all. It will be!j
in the contest are both Varsity de- !necessary to have a hospital in everyj
baters and members of Delta Sigma 'section of the United States before1
Rho. Bishop, speaking as a junior, we can handle them all. But -at thme
took second in the contest of last ;same time, through medical science,
year. Miss Elizabeth Rabinoff, '27 Ed.,____________________
was awarded first place. D_______
A prize of $100 in cash is to be R________
awarded to the student placing first TWtFAY ufnd iION+IDAY
and a ca'sh award of $50 will be given
to, the student finishing second. The Jack Hoxie
winner of the contest will represent,
the University in the Northern Ora- D~r. Tictor C. Taughimn i
torical league contests at Minneapolis ---- "Bustin' Thru"
on May 4. University hospital, and of the Med- 1'Felix :: NIGH~ News4 :: andii
As in the local contest, an awardl ical school during the 47 years that "PLEA~SE DON'T"
of $100 goes to th~e speaker taking he was connected with the Uiniver- Tisj " -with 10fc
first place in 'the league contest and sity, and said that the mnaterial
a prize of .$50 goes to the orator _________ TUESDAY
paced second. Minne'sota, North- "A M*lin'd
western, Wisconsin, Iowa, and West-c RIBBONS AND"A M lonBd
emn Reserve are the five uigiversities SUPPLIES __________________
which, with Michigan, make uip thefo all makes of
membership of the league. ::.EWIER
Mebr+fRh vNstNVpoSTY.- al trnvr fe stack insures
NORTHWESTERN UIEST the uroe, rs
American legion have offered the uni- bs uaiyat noea pie
~versity the deed to their clubhouse for 0. D. M O0RR IL L
use as a training shack by the R.O.T. 17 Nickels Arcade. Phione 6615. .t
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HOTEL ,ON
SCor. 4th Ave. and Huron St. Tl 55 E
A quiet, clean and comfortable place to stay;~
==-easily reached from all parts of the city.
Reasonable Rates
Restaurant in connection where
-real home cooked meals put upItsJ
=by American chef are served.*We ItIIe Y
- i
-Try Our 75c Sunday Chicken Dinners-~
They Are Delicious
Our Motto Is Service - .

TIl1 e Nas Ton al Re(s.ear'ch
Wh~ich Dr. vauielmn i " I
'.ak ecli helpinni( ;iien; c
searchl.. If is an o~lit

fit men mandl women graduates of
the Uiversity are engagedliii caving
for the sick in l hose count vies

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