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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DEATETO BE FRID+AY
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ROYAL OAK HIGH SCHOOL
MUEET ZEELANDi lIGH 1IN
ANNUAL CONTEST

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RECORD CROWD EXPECTED
Little Will Address Pupil-Teachers
Conference To Be Held
Friday Afternoon_
Latest reports from the Extension
department indicate that a record
breaking crowd will be in attencance
at the Eleventh Annual State Cham-
pionship debate which will be held
at 7:45 Friday night in Hill auditor-
Prof. Gail E. Densmore, manager
of the Michigan high school debating
league, sent out questionnaires to the
principals of the 270 schools in the
league asking them to inform the Ex-
tension department of the number of
students from their respective schools
who were coming to Ann Arbor to
at tend the championship contest.
At noon yesterday 85 high schools
had been heard from, indicating a
total of more than 1,000 students who c

French Librarian
To Speak Monday
Roland-Marcel, Head Of National
French Library To Give
Illustrated Talk
M. Rene Pierre Roland-Marcel, who
will speak on "Les Tresors de la Bi-
bliotheque Natioale" at 4:15 Mon-
day, in the Natural Science auditor-
ium, is administrator general of the
national Freiich ,library which is
rated along with the British Museum
and the Library of Congress as' the
three largest libraries in the world.
The lecture of M. Roland-Marcel
will be delivered in French and will
be illustrated. It will deal with the
treasures in the Bibliotheque Nation-
ale, including prints, books, and
manuscripts, that comprise its col-
lections. The lecture is part of a
series which the librarian is giving
through the courtesy of the Carnegie
Endowment for International Peace.
While in this country M. Roland-
Marcel will study the modern prac-
tices of library management in order
to apply it to the French library.
Thlis works is Hart of a general pol-
icy to eradicate the idea that the
French National library is merely a
museum. Since he has assumed the
headship of the library he has sought
to permit greater use of the import-
ant material in the library.

(Continued from Page One)
has always been a government by
lawyers, Cook went on to say that,
"Of the 29 presidents, 23 have been
lawyers; of the 44 secretaries of state,
42 have been lawyers; all of the at-
torney generals, all of the judges of
the federal courts were lawyers; of
the 56 signers of the Declaration of
Independence, 25 were lawyers; and
Of the 55 framers of the federal con-
stitution, 31 were lawyers. In the
present congress, nearly two third's of
the senators and over half the repre-
sentatives are lawyers. In 1922 there
were but 122,519 lawyers, judges, and
justices in this country of more than
105 millions of people.
"Never before in the history of the
world," he continued, "has 'so great
and so intelligent a nation been gov-
erned by so small a body of men.
Hence I say that unless the law
schools of the country train their men
for leaders as West Point trains its
men for officers, where are we to get
them? Doctors, engineers, preachers,

COOK'S LETTER READ TO GUESTS ON FOUNDER'S D

and business men may furnish an oc-
casional leader, but even he is apt to
rely on lawyers. In England for 'gen-
erations an aristocracy, born to rule,
furnished leadership, and at times,
very bad leadership, but even that has
passed away, except in the foreign de-
partment.
"Believing that American institu-
tions are of more consequence than
the wealth or power of the country;
and believing that the preservation

and development of these instit
have been, are, and will contin
be under the leadership of the
profession; and believing also th
future of America depends large
that profession; and believing thk
character of the Law schools
termines the character of the
profession, I am doing what I c
make the Law schools great cent
learning and leadership," he con
ed.

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The ship shown in the photograph is the Citta Di Milano which will be
used by Gen. Umberto Nobile as a, base for his flight to the north polar
regions. It has recently reached Spitzbergen where it is awaiting the
dirigible Italia soon to arrive from Stolp, Germany. Nobile recently arrived
in Germany from his starting peint in Italy, elated at the success with which
his dirigible had weathered a terrfic storm en route.
General Nobile in the dirigible Norge has previously made one success-
ful flight across the pole from Spitzbergen to a point just west of Point
Barrow, Alaska.
DOCTOR LOVELL RECEIVES DEGREE
FOR CONTRIBUTIONTO LITERATURE

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Poet-laureate of Ann Arbor, phil-
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expect to attend the debate.

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number does not include the dele-
gations from the two teans who are
colnesting for the state championship.
RoyAl Oak, one1 of the contenders, has
declared a holiday on April 27, and
plans to bring a delegation of more
thin 700 pupils. Zeeland, the other
contender, will bring more than 100
students. When all the reports
from the high schools are in, it is
(xlwcecl that the total number of
S isiting pupils will greatly exceed the
2,500 who attended the contest last
year.
The second annual High school pu-
pil-teachers conference, which will be
held in lIll auditorium on the after-
noon of April 27, is attracting consid-
erable attention throughout the state,
according to Professor Bens'ore.{
President Clarence Cook Little will
deliver the main address at this meet-
ing on the subject "Why Go to Col-l
lege." Registrar Ira M. Smith will1
preside at this conference.t w
Each visiting delegate will, be given
a copy of the Freshman Handbook.
The Regents at the last meeting ap-
p~ropriated the funds to make this
gift possible. Through the courtesy
of the Athletic association each high
school student will be given a comp-
limentary ticket to the Michigan-Sy-
racuse baseball game.
The judges of the championship de-
bate are Dr. Edward H. Kraus, dean
of the College of Pharmacy, Prof.
William. Frayer of the history de-
partment, and Dr. Clare E. Griffin,
sean of the School of Business Ad-
ministration.

tiary, erstwhile cobbler, holder of
more uncomplimentary degrees than
any man living and at the present,
newsboy, Dr. Thomas Lovell has re-
ceived another degree. The knights
of the Royal Fellowship are respon-
sible for "Doe" Lovell's new degree
which add's the honory title of
Chancellor of Diction to his numerous
other honorific designations. The de-
gree came as a reward for "Doc"
Lovell's new book which is an auto-
biography.
Besides receiving the honory degree
"Do' Lovell has received much com-
mendation for his new book from
scholars, literary critics, and publish-
ing house's. Among the messages of
congratulations was one from the
chancellor of the exchequer of Chi-
cago, 111., I. M. Goofy. Mr. Goofy,
after having congratulated "Doc"
Lovell on his new literary effort, ex-
pressed surprise that "Doe" was not
chosen for president of the University
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by the Board of Regents when a
vacancy occurred in 1924. The letter
ends with a statement of the author's
intention of presenting the book to
Calvin Coaolidge and an. assurance of
supporting "Doe" Lovell in the coming
presidential campaign.
Rumor has it that the Book-cf-the- I
M!onth club has placed "Doe's" auto-
biography on its list of forthcoming
publications, while European publish-
ers are competing among themselves
for copy right's in Russian, Czecho-Slo-
vakian, Jugo-Slavian, Turkish and
Scandinavian.

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