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S'ATURD)AY JANUARY 21, 1f)2S

TJ-W MICHIGAN DAILY

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TflfIITQ DEATVOFESORHELPS!
nviuiorunIN CODE REVISION:
:Ii~ d/L ftF.MP[I[ ol ill leav '1 i Jin. 4 ,.
Newv York w hero 11 il l ttc1,
meeting of a conlitit' 1o tIh A'Wr-
O~ i II~spirants To( Slgip ,I"Iico 1tl Law. Institnte. The 'iunct ion of
Farly For ('oiitest 'T1 'ak~e this (ofl.nit tee is to compile a so-
Plac1,e Fe'bruary. 7 ca~lledr modern criminal code. For
Vlore 'thall two years work ha,, been
S6 MEN TO BE, CHOSEN' d one byv this committeen i l uig
1Vith n already signing up_ daily several countries.
!'Ii ilia :second semester Varsity deC-, Vii*h Pro essor Waite, as membewrs
lin1t e tryouts, :Prof. James M. O'elof t hi,, committee are many proiiri-
head (1) : the speech department yep;- !nvet lawyers, inclUlillg ('hief Jiis-
1(rr~lay urged all those interested to Etice -tlarry Olsen of the Chicago ;!ii-
snp at -once in the speech depart- jnicipal conrt system, Henry L. Shim-
mrciit office -3211 Angell hall. son, recently appointedl governor-
'Try.outs for the squad are to b)e ,general o the I'hililncs, and Wil-
helId Tuesdaiy afternoon and evening,; Iam forest:, noted( Chicago criminal
c ebl. 7, in the Adelphi room 4206 All- ;lawYlor
gell Ball. 'The t ryout -sheets will re- i-___
r!a<ini open until the (lay before, Pro- !1IN VESA Id~ATIE P4)IM%)NINtC ('ASE
f(essor O'Neill announced. ' My Associated Press)
F romn those who tryout a prob~able -
squadr1 of ill will 1)e chosen from j 'TOLED)O, Jan. 20.-.A Waite high
wb1iqh1 the six men. will be, selectedI school- in _ ructor anld seven siidegl s-
whoi will represent the University in Iwere recovering. fronlr, serious illness-
i1e annual Mid-WVest debates wit11 ea tonight while Principal James A.
W.iscont~inl and Illinois, albout the lPollock and two det ectives contiinued
midd11le of. March. to investigate the substitut ion of a
'I'he tryouts will consist of five decadly poison for a, harmless in gre--
mninut e speeches on either sidle of the Cdient in the initiation rites o:' az
(lUOst ion, "Resolved that the control- school society yesterdlay.
JiOW exercisedl by the U. S. government' -- --
in 1Pa nama, Nicaragua, and Salvador ILLINOIS--Tryouts for Mask and
should1 be condemned." The same, Bauble's- spring play, . "The Great
dnt Iion will be0 usedl in the inter- IGalecto'' are being held.
colugria to debat e.Professor O'Neill,
ro Gail I,. D~ensmnore, and Car r _
1'1.l1idt, all of the speech deparmn !
A"ill h hear1 the tryout speeches.
;n a ccorohince with t he plc n under
v, ilt the tryouts are to be con- 1U
d c ted, -ea (i tryout, can dlet ermine
at thle time hie signis up appro-ximate- A ! 0 V N O 7
ly when he will speak. as the speak-
ing .positions are so arranged that
those, coming in first will have their
choice of places. { .~ ydm
ILLINOIS-Katherine Mayo's re- Sailing Sept. 19
cent hook, "Mother India," is a false
presentation of the country, accord- ; Limited to 375
ing to Rev. M. T. Kennedy. j Men Students
1

Biographer In U. Si.HI GH SCH, OOL DEBATERS FACE OPENING
CONTESTS OF MICHIGAN SERIES JAN. 27
An announcement has been sent. Rleagile,

out from the office of the :lic'higan Ac cording to Professor Densmore
I1 irh. School dlebating league to the the Michigan Schoolmasters clb,
dlebate coaches ofi the State setting, whichkxwill convene at Ann Arbor at
the (late both for the final round o1' the t ime of the eleventh annual State
preliminary contests and for the first cllampiollshil) deblate, will hold a
round of (debates in the elimination special public speaking conference
seresd(uring the afternoon of the debate,
AcorinFtrheanoucmetyhe, April 17. The executive com-
accodin totheannonceentthemittee ot the Schoolmasters club has
(late for the fourth preliminary de- I aporae ufcetfnst n
I aeis set for Jan. 27, andl the first abPIhp uicspinfunetoen-e
contesablentheepublicnspeaknngeconferenc
conestin he limnaton eris wllto secure one of the most prominent
be heldi on Feb. 17, just three wveeks leaders in the field of speech edit-
after tlhe last (debate on the prelimn- cation 'to address the conference.
mnary series. The Michigan High School debat-
During this three week period,' the ing league. is sponsored by the Ex-
manager of the high school debate tension department of the Universi-
league,. Prof. Gail E. Densm ore of ty.
the Speech departnient, will" select __________________________
the 64 high schools which will be TYPEWRITING~ andi
allowed to participate in the elimnina-
tion series to. determine the StateMIEGAHN
champion. The number of points ne-j a specialty for
cessary for a team to (qualify for (7t-wenty years.
entrance in the elimination series! Prompt Service, Experienced Oper-
cannot be (leternined until all the! ators, Moderate Rates.
reports of the fourth preliminary (10 '- 0. D. MIOR RIL L
bate are received at the office of the 417 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.
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Emil Luidwig
Famouis German b~iographer, snap-
pedl in the home of -Otto Kahn at
New York City, on his arrival in the
United S'tates for a. three month lec-
lLure tour. He has hinted that lie
I'might write the b~iography of Thomas
Edisona.

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