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PAM TWO~

11HE.MICHIGAN DAICLY.

WEDNESDAY, MAY '7, 1930

TOMIGKTAT UkNIN
Chicag a Drainage Canal Question!
Will be Subject Discussed
1-by Organization.
CLUB SPONSORS EVENT

DEBATING TEAM WHICH WILL FACE
DETROIT INS TITUJTEAOF TECHNOL(Gy

fShortening, of Time Necessitates
than e in Name; Orientation
E per id'is New Tifle.
Freshman week will bc known

FACUL TY EXHIBITI iILM II~ L~1
TO CLOSE TODAY';I6tIIIVI IINkt Filid
*,an fal an 'ucr, aining
Manycuef OiL a gW Dipanyg A _~ E I
Held by Women's Club..
Theannalcxhbitonof he rtMichigan Graduate Takes Prize
section of the Faculty Women's I f$5i iea no
club, which opened Sunday ineliiouhEvnt
west gallery of Alumni Memorial lrheJ ahGa, wsys
hall1 will clos;e today, ac 'rciig 'to terday awarded the first, prize 9lI
:Mrs. Frederick Hi. Aldrich, who is $15.00 in the -c~ntest conducted by'
in cli ge of this yea's shoW', the Liberal Students' Union of the
Included in the exhibit arQ i Unitarian, church. for the Michigan
number of oils .and water coloirs, i student submitting the best state-
addition to many examples 01; ment of principles, making up a
hook rugs, needle. point, woveni reigious creed or plan of life. See-
rugs, and batiks. There are 37 ex-' ond prize was won by Merle M.
hibitors. Ellsworth, '30, and the third award
went to Grace F. Anderson, '30..
State Board Authorizes? Judges for the contest were Prof.
-;!Robert C. Angell, of the socioloigy
County B id Plant"s department, Prof. Ay . elrof ,
Uth i.. jJ i JjJJ.hv Ltr mjJC4.J. ~ nt n~hd1 i

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When debating teams rep)resenit-E stated Prof. Philip E. Bursl~ey, of
ing the Stump Speakers' Society th~e romance la.Paage department,I
of V1he engixneering college and the who is in charge of the orientation !
Slie Rule S.peakers' Club of tie progz'am ifor next fall.j
Detoto nsgt inte noat 7:3.0c,,"Wte -i., made this change for
me oighinteUina7:0o'clock, they will deb~ate the ,ques- two reasons," Prof-ssoi' Bursley de-
tion:. "Resolved that the U~nited Idcared, "first, because the period
Staes should prohibit the diver- w ill be shortenied. this fall to five
Sion of water through tlxe Chicago !'days, lasting from. Tuesday., Sep-
drainage canal." Both of the socie- te=-2;toS't~ay etme
tie represent chapters. of Sigma ___27.
Rho Tau, a 'national engineering IDbtr rm teegneigI 5 s T h
debating fraternity. IDbtr rmteegneiglaso n Arbcr wil ,as Inte second place," Professor
Th oa emwihwl p- college who will meet a team from aati dz .Pr# usledy. otifiued,, "inasmnuch as
hold the negative side of the gues- the Detroit institute of Tech- ~so the period this fall will comprehend
tiong ae HagS.siyn'3Enogytighti heUin ct~oegt Brackett of the engineering students. who transfer with ad-
DaleaW. Andeson,1'3in tEwardnionlat coached the 1ocal team. vancedstanding as well as fresh-
Nael W.Aro,30E, anEdwmt ard 3V17:30 o'clock> are shown above. Left ;________m__ien, i 1 would be false terminology
The Detroit team consists of Alfred torghtthy are Hauge S. Iskiyan,i UNIVERSITY O; oWcntnuecalinSitbyitsol
B. Gold, Ralph G. Gillespie, Louis Edward R. Nell, and Dale W. An- Prpsltioe' ae
H. Lorrimie, and "George D. Cool- Berson. The two teams will rep! etn r vr5. ecn fteetrn
idgp reentSiga Ro Tu, atinalcu~rfew hour, fom 10":30 to 11 p.. m. students, in the School of Educa-
ig.rsnSim Rh Ta nainli radA new form of routine is being engineering debating fraternity. 'and. to aboliha 4:3;.0 visiting rule tion. and the literary college, an
~dateveloped by the Stump Society in The debate is being sponsored by Wf istonsino un~ve sityo has. arous- average of 800 during, the last five
that each team may have three to the Stump Speakers' Society which d ,srnofpoitofo o-y.rhvetrdwt aacd
five men who may speak at any I has held a series of debates among I rority women and blouse mothers. 'standing, Professor Bu'rsley said.1
time and for' any length of time,! its members and with other schools
provided~ the time does not exceed during the yeai, Gardner S.mntsfrheaimtvend. Wil-
29 minutes for the .negative. There-Ma ILi
is no rebuttal,. and the entire de- Un, j; ySunday,
bate moves faster and is more in- 82PcadSre
p. ~:cket, ofthe nginerin
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(13y As'soiated Press) Prof. John F. Shlepaird, of the,
LANSING, May .-Preparatory, psychol-ogy department.
construction for the proposed new $ahmn's statement was to tl o
state hospital in Washtenaw countyi effect that a man should: "Be
was authorized by the state admin-' creediess; that is, be intellige t
istrative board Monday when $271,-I enough to make a daptati'ons with-
500 was released. The money will! out dependence upon some for-
be expended for sewers, a sewage mula;. Be self-reliant; that is, don't
disposal plant, a water supply sys- I be dependent upon supernatural
tem and a spur track. The institu- agency for intellectual support or
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