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PAGE TWO ,
ORATORICAL ENTRIES
WILL SEKTONIGHT,
. reliininary Speeches Scheduled For
Tonight; Record Number Of
lfauuscripts Received
THREE PRIZES OFFERED
Contestants in the Thomas E. H.
Black New Testament oratorical
contest will speak at 7 o'clock to-
night in Room 302, Mason hall.
This will be the preliminary round
in this annual contest. Manuscripts
have been received by Prof. D. T.
Hollister of the speech department
who is in charge of the contest.
Competition growing keener each
year, more entries have been made
this year than ever before. The
first prize is $100; second, $50; and
third, a fine edition of the Bible.
The speeches on anything per-
taining to or taken from the New
Tesitament are to be of not more
than. 15 minutes duration. The
final judging will take place on
May 19.
UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA.-The
109th birthday of the University
was observed here recently with
appropriate ceremonies, classes be-
ing dismissed for the event from 10
'ock until noon.

T H MICHI-GAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1929

NEW READING TABLES IN ANGELL
HALL WILL REVOLUTIONIZE STUDY
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In pursuance of its policy of ex-1 The time was when assistants at TOTEMPLE I
pansion. according to the rising the desk were chosen for theirt
needs of its customers, the Library ability to purloin books, but now E. William Moeller Will Expound
is rapidly extending the activities the subtler qualities are demanded.' FWiliamThelrWll Expennes d
of the main reading room and the He must know how to frown dis- Food Theories Of Viennese
lower study hall to Angell hall approvingly upon neckers, yet Scientist Tonight
study hall, thus making its pre- keep a twinkle in his eye; he must
cincts a veritable hunting ground be able to frolic with a stray doge CARE IN DIET ADVOCATED
for the machinations of students for the purpose of removing him
lacking these, them or those. from the library without feeling Expounding the dietary theories
In spite of the nonsense being the need for .a Murad; he ought to of the Viennese food scientist, Dr.
rumored about that there are books understand the handling of drunks,
in this study hall, a steady influx because when students are in this Benjamin Gayelord Hausser, E.
of campus hotsies, representing the shape, they have tendencies to ex- William Moeller is giving a series
overflow from the reference room Iplore new places, and hence come of three free lectures at the Ma-
in the General Library, makes the into the study hall to disport sonic temple here. The last of the
rhetoric library a passable compe- themselves. lectures will be given at 8:00 P. M.
titor in the business of providing Incidentally, from eight hundred
atmosphere for watching books, to a thousand books circulate in this evening. Dr. Hausser, whose
making dates, reading and writ- Angell hall study hall each day, principles of diet have become very
ing letters, rampant flirting, and popular in European resorts and
just plain left-handed necking. OR1 axy Scientific metropolitan centers during the
At, present, plans are being made a t t f
for soft lights, and the installation Society To Initiate a las mahre a whicshthenvcheoical
of an ingenious type of readngla
table to supplant the old kind. The Women's League building is processes of the body are dupli-
These will be boarded up on three to be the scene of the annual in- cated.
sides, thus consigning the opera- itiation and banquet of. Michigan Moeller claims that all people
tions underneath the table of those chapter of Sigma Xi, honorary are different in size, shape, color,
using the study hall to the world's scientific society to take place disposition and personality because
conjecture. Judging from the evi- Monday, May 13, it was announced they are chemically different. He
dence which induced the author- yesterday by Dr. Carl E. Guthe, advocates the use of foods of the
ities to insist upon a concealing secretary of the organization. proper chemical composition to
table, to spare the embarrassment The feature of the program will supply any deficiencies in the sys-
of the library attendants, a narra- be an address by Prof. H. S. Jen- tem, and to preserve the equilib-
,tive of what will transpire behind nings of Johns Hopkins University. rium of the body functions.
the walls of this new device would
make the livelier parts of Rabelais
read like the Music and Drama

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Three picked freshmen debaters U:30'tonight in Adelphi room on
from Alpha Nu will contend with the fourth floor of Angell hall. The
tree Areshmenuwfr ontdendphithndebate is an annual affair, which
three freshmen from Adelphi on attracts much interest among pub-
the question, "Resolved: that Con- lic speaking circles.
gress provide for a navy equal in The Alpha Nu debaters are Fred-
size to that of Great Britain," at erick C. Sibley, 132, John C. Ken-

nedy,;'32, and William Knox, '32.
The representatives from Adelphi
are John E. Glavin, '32, Maurice P.
Moyer, '32, and Edward Bigg, '32.
Both.teams have been picked for
some time; and considerable time
has been spent. in preparation.

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