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SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1929

12AGE TWO

THE MICHIGA N DA tEY

G Interest Displayed
In Inlander Co

STUDENTS TO COMPETE IN SPEECH Bishop Cooper Will
CONTEST PRELIMINARIES TOMORROW
Lecture On Marriage

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Approximately twenty students besides receiving $100, will repre- th
,ArrDnITIDfl Exceptional interest is being will deliver orations in the prelim- sent Michigan in the Northern Irving S. Cooper, regionary bish-
taken in the Inlander's short story ary tryouts of the Northern Ora- Oratorical League contest, whichop for the United States, of the
--- torical contest, which will be held will be held here sometime in
Eight new secondary schools contest which closes on March to"ical co k whichrw beghe Ail be he hereseting he Liberal Catholic church, will give '. D.
at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in April. Speakers representing the; ecue t8 'loktoorou.0
were added to the list of those 19th, several manuscripts having the rooms on the fourth floor of eight universities who are mem- a leture at 8 o'clock tomorrow Type
accredited by'the University at a been already submitted to the Angell hall. bers of this league will compete in night in Lane hall auditorium on
nAelting of the University Com- Sophomore junior, and senio this last contest. A prize of $500 the subject, "The Failure of
iittee on Accredited schools, Fri- Judgestwith less than a week of n ccrdinds mshd, Modern Marriage." Students and
day, which is made tp of the m ate rooms for their tryouts. One ifirst place, while $250 goes to thesr
deans of the colleges, Registrar Working with the co-operati sophomore, two juniors and two second place winner, The stude to attend.
lia Smith, and Dr. George Car- Of the .rhetoric department under seniors will be chosen from these jwining second place in the local Among the advanced religious
rothers, as secretary of the com- rof. Peter M. Jack, the Inlander p mThese fe studexts contest will get $50. thinkers in this country today
mittee. The following high schools has found little trouble in uncov- ill compete in te final contest, Mebers of the speech faculty Bishop Cooper holds a unique
'C rmrise the additions: Iering new talent in the nxar-wl opeei hepnlcots, Mobrsfih pec au t on His background of study
h:t- which is scheduled to take place in will judge the tryouts scheduled osition.y
St.Stanislaus Kostka high schoolI rative line and this week's add- Hill auditorium later in the month. or tomorrow night in psychology and science, his ex- "
Bay City; Center Line high school; tions should practically assure the The winner of the final event, ____tensive travel and study of social
Columbiaville high school; North Success of the competition. Ten !_conditions throughout the world, A Store
ern high school, Flint; Fowler dollars has been announced oor5CHINESESTUDENTS WILL Buy a an subscription now particularly fit him forna search-
high school; Keego Harbor high first prize and a book from Gra- for $5.50, and you will be sure of n g analysis of modern society.
school; Eastern high school, Lan- ham's will be given to the second RULE IHEIR OWN SCROOL rceving a copy in the spring. Bishop Cooper has lectured ex- 1111 Soth U
sing; Holy Family high school, place winner. tensively both in this country and
Saginaw. Perhaps from 40 to 50 Some confusion has been dis- Students at the Tsing .Hau col- Aid The .Damage Fund Today. abroad.
new schools will be added to this covered among those competing as lege, China, have decided to rule
list in the course of the year. to the regulations on names and their school regardless of instruc-
Owing to his recent appointment titles appearing on. the manu- tors. They have declared that they
as Dean of the School of Educa- scripts. According tpthe commit- will disregard all regulations, that
tion, Dr. J. B. Edmonson resigned I tee in charge, no nhme should be they will not accept any instruc-
from his position as Director of attached directly to the manu- tor that is unsatisfactory to them I
the Division of University Inspeeascript but should appear in full, and that they will demand that 4
ion of high schools. Dr. Carroth- with address and title of his short the president meet with their ap-
es- was appointed as his successor. istory, on an inserted card. proval before he is appointed.
Thpe Art of the Films - I h oo ie!

RO N A
e pioneer portable
a million in use
MORRILL, 17 Nickels Arcarde
writers of all makes sold, rented, repaired.
for the General Needs of Students
University ! Block from Campus
ENTIRE WEEK STARTING
SUNDAY
Complete Change of Program Thursday

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Again the Majestic is offering the ultimate
in screen entertainment. Can you solve this
murder mystery? Match your wits with a
phantom slayert
"A Modernized Phantom of the Opera"

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TODAI
PLEASE NO
This attraction pl
days only.
A picture that will hill you with its spooky
it warms you with its daring drama. The
story of what happened to a beautiful stages
she and her company dared the Unknown
back to a long-empty tbeatre to revive a per
that previously had proved fatal. It's 'nore
than "The Cat and the Canary." SEE IT!
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thrills as
startling
star when
axed came
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thrilling

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IN A TYPICAL TIMBERG PRODUCTION

Our Own Weather-

Strong breezes of joy followed by gales of laughter and a hurricane of hilarity-
No chance of frost with the laugh barometer at highest level of the year.
H. TIMBERG, Fun Forecaster.

Another Whoopie!

On the Screen

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ROY D'AR(
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Sunday
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BABY'S
BIRTHDAY"
AESOP'S FABLE
Tbe World's Funniest
Cartoon

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MONTAGUE LOVE
MACK SWAIN

without any stage
show, this
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Detroit at-75c
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