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PLANS FR B-LAGK~
SPEECHCONTESTS,
Professor IHollister to Choose
Group for Fina ls ,after
Preliminary Series.
W1IDE TOPIC CHOICE

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i Delegation of Five to~ Guard Naval Interests of France flTI I li~ GIANT PHYTOSAUR'S JAW MOUNTED
AgainstPowers at London Naval Armame nt Limitation !Meeitngr U ifii tnnUUn rLnI AND )PUT IN UNIVHSITY N'ISfTw 1

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Throughout Michigan. I
Announcement of the plans for
conducting the fourth annual
Thomas E. H. BMack oratorical con-
test were made today by Prof. R. D.
T. Hollister, of the speech depart-
ment;, who is in charge of the
contest. The first preliminaries
will be held sometime during the
second we ek of the next semester.
Any student may tryout at this
time, provided 'his or her spechl
does not take over fifteen minutes.
Squad- to be Chosen.
The topic may be any theme sug-
gested or inspired by the New Tes-'
tament. FrTom those trying out, aj
squad will, be chosen, to which Pro-'
fessor Hollister will give personal
attention and aid in preparing pa-
pers, for the finals. Others wishing
to tryout later may do so, but theyI
will not be included in the special
squad. Either before or right after
vacation a second series of prelim-
inaries will be held for practice,
from which the squad for the final
contest, held some time in May,
will be chosen.
"I want this contest to be an in-;
centive for developing the power
of thinking and speaking straight,"
said Professor Hollister. "We always;
try to hold the final debate in some
church so that the candidates will
receive training in speaking before

U, I ALKj- 6 Y 6UHL5 rho iv c- iw nt.cPhyto- I\which are now on e-xhibit are about
'saur, which vas found in the Trias- fu' fe nleghnictn h
sic beds of w:estern Texas duiring orfe nlnth nlctn h
Instructor ire Decorative Design the summer of 1929, has been tremendous remalinder i of theC orig..
opaks Under Airspices 1 mounted by Dr. E. C. Case, Direc-l inal Phytosaur.
~fAthifos r of Paleontology, and is now on',AiI e_-pedition fr.om the UnMiVer-
of Achiect. ,exhibit ion in the Wasi Iteflaw wing
-- - on the second floor of the Univer- Sity wenrt to Texa c . i te, summee
DISCUSSES JAVA DYES 'sity Museumis building. The jaw!l of 1927, returning with ithe skull
- is thought to be the missing un- of the present double exhibit. The
Students and faculty members of der-portion of a Phytosaur's skullI length of the find, one of the larg-.
which was discovered in 1927 at the est in the history of Paloitology,
the architeetral school heard Wal-'sm oain caused no little comment is the
ter J. Gores lecture on the subject! sWthothei completion of this new{ scientrific world, and t his past
of batiks Wednesday in the audi- exhibit, the University Museum is year's discovery adds immieasurably.
Corium of the architectural build-j in possession of one of the rarest~ to the University Museum's prom-
ing.; specimens of its bind in the coun- inence in the field.
try. The teeth of the reptile are jDr'. Case will soon place a collec-
Mr. Gores, who is an instructor in entirely preserved, a distinction so tion of amphibian footprints on
decorative design spoke under theF unique in the Paleontological-worlds display in the same museunrwhich
auspices of the Architectural so-' that their presence greatly en- were also 6 found in the . Triassic
ciety. His lecture was illustrated 1 hances the value of the specinmen. beds, near: Abilene, Texas. One
wit sldadwt ubro A study of the teeth of the Phyto- hundred of these specimens were
withslies nd itha nmbe ofsaur has been made possible found last summer by the Univelr-
the dyed cotton designs. through this new discovery. sity expedition, and are being pre-
HeI said that the art of making' According to Dr. Case. Phytosaurs pared for immediate exhibition.
batiks has been practiced even had a shape somewhat resembling; Dr. Case is being assisted in his"
eariertha hitorcalperodsgo the modern crocodile. The cew-! work by William H~enry~ Buettner.
The natives of Java were the first t ures were 25 feet long, and had I-
people known to have been skilled' about the same habits as th e tropi- A campaign against excessive
in he rt.cal reptile. The head and jaw bridge playing is on in London.
Gores discussed the technique of
dying the various colors on the ma-
jterial. Hie told his audience thatth Ja a il n e s u d vg t bl
;dyes,. which may be obtained only h yha r
on the island. "That," he assert-
ed, "accounts for the great success,
the Javans. have had in the mak- SCI* N t haX
igof .batiks." a9Ng tJ n t

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Premier Andre. Tardieu (right) will head the French deleg~ion to the .London Naval Armaments Limi-
tation Conference which will open soon. The other delegates are Aime Joseph de Fleriau (above, left),
ambassador to Great Britain; Aristide Briand (center), minister of foreign affairs, and George Leygeus
(below, left), minister of marine. The conference, which is expected to last about six months, will- be
attended by France, United States, Japan, Italy, and Great Britain. The United States will be represented
by Charles Dawes, ambassador to Great Britain, Hugh Gibson, ambassador to Belgium, Henry L. Stimson,
Secretary of State, Dwight ,Morrow, former ambassador to Mexico, Charles P. Adams, secretary of the navy,
Senator David Reed, of Pennsylvania, and :Senator Joseph Robinson, democratic leader in the senate.

Part of a mammoth's tusk, 18
inches long and four inches in dia-
meter, was recently unearthed 14
feet below the bed of the River
Stour at Canterbilry, England.

WERE IT IS! -THE PLAY FOR ALA HUMANITY!
GILBERT MILLER (by art rement
writh MAURICE SROW"A) Pr~tset

KEMPF - NNOUNCESI
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American Star to Open More than $300,000 worth of toy
balloons from. America were used
Chicago Opera Concert in Br'itain last year.

an audience that is interested in + j (M L 1~~ from Beethoven and a newv voice
what the speaker has to say rather
than debate judges.Kass iljontigtt
May Plait Speeches. the Chicago Civic Opera house in a
I want to get away from the con-j Interscholastic Manager Asks double debut.
test idea. If the papers warrant it, Fo isKtlebesigo
I .hope that some of tree speakersI Fraternity Cooperation ino is ahenKesigo
will be able to give their speeches Housing Participants. iht, a. t ilb a mn
in outside churches. can premiere in grand opera. When
"The Black oratorical contest,"' she appears on the Civic operaEX E T M N T L TSco cu e.P fsor Hlit , "f-ta e sM rz ln n dlo a -
fers the finest opportunity for we- Kar1 Kmp , teshoasi other American-born artist willf
men to speak on the campus. It. iG emf ne shlsi have been added to *he roster of
gives them a chance to express manager, asked for the co-opera- an opera company already proud
their philosophical ideas rather t ion of fraternities in helping to put I of its American: talent.
than., their political speculations." over this year's interscholastic The performance will not actu-
YearHonrs1 eet at metingof he saffally be the first of the Beethoven
100r Club heHoetedortsh Amii '-opera iii Chic Ago, for it was given
heldyeserdy a theclmnis :a more than a quarter ofa century,
Pioneer Busines Men tion building. The dates- of t.e ago; but it is newr to the repertoire
-- I meets were announced: swimming of the Civic company.
N4tW YORK, Jan. 17.--The busi- meet, March, 8, indoor track meet,
nessmanis inaly t behonredMarch 14-15, and the outdoor track
with a place in a hall of fame.
Plans for perpetuating the, mem-, meet May 16-17.
ory of the city's pioneer men of{ "In the past," stated. Kempf, "the
business were disclosed Thursday fraternities have been able to putT h
night at the second annual dinner I up a large number of the athletes:
of the Hundred Years' club, an or- Since Michigan's athletic prestige
ganization composed of represents-{ will be influenced more or less by
tives of firms that have been in ex- the impression made upon the high. M IC HIGiAV1V1
istence for more than 100 years.I school track men and swimmers
Details are still to be worked out. while they are in Ann Arbor, the
- - . house~s have realized the import-
Italian dolls are being. used in ance of these meets, arid taken care Announcesj
London as household ornaments. of many men. This year, however,!
we expect a larger number than
In. 1909 a Frenchman made thej ever before, and I would appreci- '
first flight across the English Chan- ate it if fraternities would reserve. CHANGE IN PRICE
nel in a monoplane. the above dates." rY r

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irect From Chicag-in Addition Now Beig. Played in New'Yok,
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Profductions Being Made to Cover the Four Points of the Glob.
Prices: Lower, Floor $3.00
Balcony: $2.50-$2.00-$1 .50
SEATS NOW SELLING
Box office now open Daily, from 1 to5 p. m6

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Cupid4 K. 0i's a Couple of Woman, Haters
MAE CLARKE ROBERT AMES
""N'X1 O' 0NDA MES'
tiWOMEN DONE 'EM1 WRONGS IN THIS
COMEDY WTH 1iSONGS.,
A hard-boiled heart comedy, of two women-haters who had
their minds changed.

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and using light to sell, It is the second aip :icationi
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executives.
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Without charge, our illuminating engineers will studyl
your store illumination, and discuss wih you the° type of
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Dinner G0c
Beginning Monday
Our patrons will be assured
the same
COURTESY., SERVICE
and QUALITY
as before
and we shall continue to
maintain our reputation for
having
THE MOST
SANITARY
eating place on the
Campus.
Special Luncheon
50c

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JACK MULHALL AND PATLSY RUTH MILLER

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LAST TIDIES TODAY

The Rib Tickling, Spine Tingling Laugh
Making, breath Taking, Comedy
Drama

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® With ROBERT ARMSTRONG
and JAMES .Gj EASON
From the Saturday Evening Pc
Story, "~No Brakes"
By A. W. Soruervifle

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