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FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1929H7-1

T ICHIC AN

ORM DRA.KE TOI
FOR OLD SCHOI
LIQUID TONGUE
CASH PRIZE WILL NOT.
AMATEUR RATING4
ENTRANTS
Assurance Of Short S pc
Insures Heavy Crow
For Contest

FIGH torical contest is given $100 and $50
goes to the contestant awarded sec-
ond place. Ex-Governor Frank 0.!
Lowden of Illinois is the man whose
3L I generosity makes these cash prizes
possible. Similar prizes are usually
M given to the students winning the
local contests of the members of
the league, though these awards
are not given by Lowden.
AFFECT
OF

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Detroit Theaters

CASS THEATRE
Only Mat. Saturday $1 to $3.50
Nights . $1 to $3.50
BEATRICE LILLIE
THIS YEAR OF GRACE

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LAFAYETTE:
SHUBERT
TH URSTON
TheFamous -Magician
and his daughter Jane
Prices: Nights, Sat. and Sunday
Mats., 50c, $1 apd $1.50

GIFTS for ALL OCASIONS
At rock bottom prices
NOW -
49th Anniversary Sale
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street

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UNDERNEATH t h e
smoking chimneys of
Industry the products of a
nation are being forged of
molten gold li the lifeblood
of the modern community sup-
plied - willingly- by this

Michigan will be thehhost for the
annual coni'est of the Northern I
Oratorical League when contestants;
representing the six members of the
league match their forensic ability#
at 8 o'clock tonight in Hill audi-
torium. This is the first time that{
the contest has been held in Ann
Arbor in the last five years.
Ormond J. Drake, '30Ed., will rep-
resent the University in the contest;
tonight. Drake has been very
active in speech activities'on the
campus for the last two years, both
as a debater, an extemporaneous
speaker, and as an orator par ex-
cellence. He was a member of the
'Varsity debating team in the Spring
of 1928 and also in the Fall of 1928.
He was one of the trio who defeat-
ed the debate team of Indiana Uni-
versity, in a contest in Hill Audi- I
torium lastaNovember. Drake was
awarded first place in the second
extemporaneous contest held on the
campus last year..
Fights To Victory
Four weeks ago he won the right
to represent Michigan in the North-
ern Oratorical contest tonight by
out-speaking a group of four stu-
dents who had survived preliminary
trials. The title of Drake's oration'
is "Mankind Tomorrow."
Competing against Drake will be!
the representatives of the other five
universities who are members of
the Northern Oratorical League.
Stanley Trefil, representing North-
western University, will speak -on1
"My College Song"; Ruth Scherer
of the University of Wisconsin will'
deliver her oration entitled, "The
Blundering Giant"; Allen Green
of Western Reserve University will{
talk on "The Juggernaut of Sci-
ence"; "The Un-American X" is the
title of Morris Bannister's oration,1
who represents the University of
Iowa; and Theodore Gordon of the
University of Minnesota will speak
on "Watchdogs."
Be Brief
The orations must not be more
than 2,000 words in length, accord-
ing to the rules of the contest. The
speakers must not make any formal
changes in the wording of their
speeches in delivery.
The judges are six in number
and are members of the speech
departments of the six universities I
who are members of the league.
The winner of the Northern Ora-

Just for the real joy of the smoie

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The taste of Gamels vs smootk and'
satisfying.
The firagrance of Camelis always
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Camels are mild and mel/ow,

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Company. Winston-Salem, N. C.

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Be Ready to Save on Shops

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Mr. C. H. Allmand retires from the old firm of Allmand & Forsythe, proprietors of the Campus Bootery

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Due to ill health

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Entire Stock of High Grad4
Must We Turned Into Cash as Quic
Nearly 1000 Pairs of Florshems
All New $10.00 Styles, choice . ..1.,
Florsheim's are the best $10.00 Shoes in the world;

e SHOES for Me aa Women
ekly as Possible It MUST Be Done
ALL Sport and Golf Oxfords
For Men and Women - New styles just received
Cut to $4.90, $5.45, $6.45 and $6.90 - You save $2 to $3 a pair.

OVER

500 PAIRS MEN'S

OXFORDS

All styles of Women's Dress Pumps
the newest styles and leathers to be
sweeping sale at a saving of $2 to $3

and Ties. Our entire stock
had. Every pair goes into
a pair.

and
this

Cut to $4.90, $5.90 and $6.90.

Values up to $10.00.

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