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PACE TWO

THE M.ICH IGAN DAIL.Y

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1929

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LEAGUE HEAD PRAISESCraa "a entE
Lob by Investigation
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATES'-

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rVT1UIieni PDflID AmQ &UNION OPERA POSTER COMPETITION

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Professor G. E. Densmore Laudis
Work Done by High School
Debate Group.

IN LECTUREPROCRAMi
Educational Talks Will be Part
j of Adult Instruction
on Young Child.

With only
submittingc
ter which w~
and out-of-1
Union Open
director of
vised a reju
the nairt.of

TERMINATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON
iwas still time to submit pieces be-
three days left for the fore the judges meet to decide the
of designs for the po-= winner.
vill be used for all local First place winner will receive
town publicity for the a gold medallion with a suitable de-
a, E. Mortimer Shuter. sign on the face and the artist's
Mimes activities, ad- name described on the back. The
ivenation of interest onj winner of second place is to receive
the conlftestants to in-'~ a silver medal, cast from the same

ME~MBERSHIP

INCREASES

"The fact that. throughout. theI
comTing winter months over 1,500
high school students will be con-
ducting an intensive study of the
Amrican jury system assures us
that these future citizens of the
State of Michigan will be better'
equipped to assume the responsi-
bilities of citizenship,, stated Prof.j
Gal~e; E. Densmore, head of the!
Michigam High School Debating
League, over station WJR in a talk
last night on the activities of the
League.
Pr~ofessor Densmore outlined the
program and past history of the
League, sb ewing9 that 1,500 students
participated in 650 debates lastI
year before audiences of more than
135,000 people, and a larger enrcolL-
nt in the League is expected this

4.ssocia ted Press Photo
Benator Caraway

Iwho is chairman of the Senatej
committee that will investigate thef
lobbying activities in Washington.?
Senator Caraway is a Democrat
from Arkansas.-
Society Offers Prize
IFor Publication Name

TO BEGIN NOVEMBER 8 sure that the designs be surbmitted
to him by 5 o'clock Friday lter --
In accordance to the plans for-1 noon.
Consulttionrs have been heIli
mutated at the convention of the duigteps* e ewe
State Parent TeachersAsoitn ter and the artists who are vi tl:-
at Lansing last May, the Univera- ing on the poster" ideas. The U(,
sity of Michigan Extension Service tails of the plot and tfie name 1-4
in co-operation with the Parentj the show have been disclosed to
Teachers will commence a seriesthswh aeineeed nte
of ectre onth Yong hid a 1contest so that, they may embody;
of lctues n te Yong hil atthe theme in the design. Shirtter°
five different cities throughout thei will be in his office from 2 toe41
State. The lectures are to begin o'clock each afternoon fromn now
on November 8 at Albion, Benton; until the close of the competition
Harbor, Iron Mountain, Mount to discuss designs with students]
Pleasant, and Traverse City. who are interested, ihe stated yes-
These educational talks, are to terday. lBe also stated that there
be held for the purpose of giving' - - --_ -- -----__ __
parents a knowledge of the young,
child. The expense of the lec-
tures is paid by the university Ex- Ex~'ceIlent Food-
tension department. P~~
The managing of the programs'
has been under the direction of
Extension division, who has been Spe lLu -ho
in charge of- home education, and
-Mrs. J. B. Nicholson, who has taken E very Wee
care of parental education. Dr. /1 i~r its store for yci
Katherine Green, of the University
;School of Education, formulated! atW fi
the list of subjects to be spoken.61 LgIW 1
on at the various lectures. --
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liiihe

B3OMBAAY, hIdia, Oct.
fjiciis in I lie Persian G
reported tioday to have
pearl wihig501grains
at $250,iJ,(JJI,.a gem~ such as
to H1U Gi doy 61nce before in
one huindred years,"

die.,
Posters should be of the width-
heightih propoOrtiont of 14~ by 22, and
futtrter etai> my be gleaned
hroni1 t r; lic in Mimes' the-
,'UtARtTH MILLiON DOLLAR
Pt,'Aid4 IS h(jUND IN IIIE
tljA' S P N lti%,F BY DIVERS

1 5---Pearl
ilf were
found a
s, valued
has been
ithe lastc
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Parts adService-
FOR ALL MAKES
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The keyK_ to highest s-ctholI-
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-Better Service
STU^RANT'
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For the best name for a new cam-
The League was organized in pus publication which will make-
1917 with a membership of 66 high its appearance shortly under the
schiools. It now includes 250 private, direction of the Architectural So-
parochial and public schools. city, a year's subscription to "Pean-
The 64 high schools with the cil Points," a magazine devoted to
highest rating are _given wall plaque architecture is being offered.
trophies fromb the Detroit Free Contestants may submit any
Press. The University presents number of names. In the event of
bronze cups to both finalists,, while; a tie, the prize will be awarded to
th~e Detroit Free Press Rives' the 1 the person who submitted the name
nwmbers of both teami s gold t hs.fist.
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STAfRTING TODAY

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WAnt Ads Pay

}All names must b~e in tree lianasU
of A. Waranoff, '29A, not later
than 5 o'clock Thursday.

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This busi tie s has been growin~g ever
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ABOLCAL!A loely
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sleuths! Until love paves
the way for his down-
CORNWELL COAL - COKE fall! Warner Oland in
the most thrilling role
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK the screen has ever
Phons, ffic 461-452 Yrd ffic-. 152portrayed! Jean Arthur!
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talking! -

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Uciaiighneck Rnai e

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LEE MORAN
a WILLIAM
DESMOND
Also
Musical Novelty
TEDD)Y BROWN

TALKING COMEDY
GIRL CRAZY
"Double Whoopee"
Tarantvunt News
IBob- Howland
At- the Ort'aii

From the
stage-hit by
Ring
Lardner
and
George M.
C oh an
Next
Sunday

ELMER'S HERE, FOLKS! And is he'
modest? You should hear him! Accorid-
ing to Elmer, he's the greatest thing tl).u
ever hit this town-and he proves it! ,jvdg e
for yourself--SEE and HEAR Ring L.ard-
ner's gay braggart with the heart-cif-gold.
The smart-crackcing comedy-rom ance frm
the "You Know Me, Al !" series.
-On the Stage-
ROGERIMOF
MARCELLE COREENE & COMPANY
In their Famous Comedy
"IN A PEST HOUSE"

All-Talking
Laughing
Howling
Funil-riot!

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EAST IS EAST AND WEST IS
West but sometimes the twain do
meet. Daughter of Boston capitalist
leaves private car for meeting with
Collins, superintendent of railroad
buijdle her father is building.

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__________ COMING SATURDAY. ______
TRIUMPHANT RETURN "THE COCK EYED WORLD"

THE ALL, TALKING RIOT
"THE VERY IDEA"

From the Famous
Stage Comedy

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ice-cold Coca'4
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around td
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to avoid situationls
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novJ lhids that he can "lig ht lip" whenever he pieases.
lY his morning OLD GOLD has no more throat-

have to stint their smokes, for O4,D COLD )is a3 frfee-
of throat- irritants as a glass of spring water.
Better tobaccos did it ... naturally good tobaccos
extra-prime leaf made irritation-wfree by the violet
rays of sunshine . .. not by "artificial treatment."
If you like food that is naturally good, instead of
food made good by "artificial treatment" . .. you're

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