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PAGE TWO

THE MICh--IGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JA ITARY 13, 1929

PAGE TWO WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1928

TRHYOUTS FOR SECOND SEMESTER VARSITY MADEPRESIDENT
DEBATING SQUAD WILL BE HE-LD FEB.1 7I

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Spealiers Will Discuss Situation In
Nicaragua To Obtaini Places
On Two Forensic 'WereIis
SIXTEEN TOBE CHOSEN'
Tryouts for the second semester Var-
sity debate squad wil be held the
afternoon and evening of Tuesday,!
Feb. 7, in the Adelphi room, 4206 Ali-
gell hall, Prof. James M. O'Neill, head!
of the speech department, announced
yesterday.
All men wishing to tryout for the
squad must sign up in the speech de-
partment office not later than Mon-
day, Feb. 6. Sheets for that purpose
will be prepared today, Professor
O'Neill stated.
Each sheet will contain 10 speak-
ing places, five affirmative and fivej
negative. Thus those men signing up
on the first sheet will begin speaking
at 3:05 o'clock. There will likewise
be a sheet for those desiring to speak
between 4 and 5 o'clock and thosej
wishing to speak between 5 and 6
o'clock. A fourth sheet will be pre-
pared for those who will speak be-
ginning at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night.
The tryouts will consist of five min-
ute speeches on either side of the
question, "Resolved, that the control
now exercised by the United States
government in Panama, Nicaragua,
and Salvador should be condemned."
:New System 'Used
By the system which is being used
this semester, it will be possible for
each man to determine his own speak-
ing position and consequently it will
be to the advantage of each to sign up
at as early a dlate as possible. "Of
course," Professor O'Neill added, "if
there is a break in the list, we will
close up and hear the next man on
the list." Speeches in any one par-
ticular group, however, will not be
started before the hour in which they
are scheduled, he explained.
From the men who try out, a squad
of probably 16 will be chosen. This
group will gradually be cut down until
six men are finally selected for the
Mid-West league debates with Illinois
and Wisconsin which occur near the
middle of March.

Study Sun Spots
For Effect Upon
Radio Conditions
Efforts are being made to determine
the effect of solar disturbances uponl
the electrical conditions o1f the
earth's atmosphere in relation to ra-
dio receptivity and weather chanzg-}
es lby the cooperation o: four 01)-I
servatories of the country.
IThe observing station, which are
Ini t inf in this investigation are the
Astronomical Laboratory of Sinth
college, Hlarvarid observatory, the
Naval observa tory, theo Mount Wilson
observatory in California., and the4
Y erkes observatory of the University
of Chicago.!
IThe phenomena known as sun
spots, or violent gaseous convulsions
on the surface of the sun, have been
proved to affect radio transmission,
seasonal changes, and to be a direct
cause of the Auirora Borealis, or
northern lights.
Daily photographs of the sunl's
surface are made at each of the var--
ions observatories cooperating, and
are then forwarded to Washington
with information gathered from the
observations. Some of the sun spots
represent disturbed areas two or
three times the diameter of the earth
in extent. The greatest one recorded l
was about 100,000 miles in. length.
At the Harvard laboratory special
equipment has been installed for
preparing the sun spot data. After
the photograph has been taken, the
im'age of the sun is projected by aj
special optical lantern onto a white
globe, in order that the position of
the shots can be accurately determ-
DENTON, Texas.-The "average
woman" rather than the "most pop-
ular" or the "most beautiful" is chos-
en by the students at the College of I
Industrial Arts. Miss Lillian Good-
night, a sophomore, from Abilene,
Texas, wvon the title in 1927.

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