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THE MICHIGAN

D ATL Y

THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1931

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MBR LY DETALS COAST GUARDSMEN FIRE UPON, SEIZE
CANADIAN BOAT LADEN WITH LIQUOR
OICo mny F Receives liter-Unit
aAr Wi-i X drick, Lovell

Varsity Team to Meet Heaviest
Opposition Seen mi
Reccn: Years.
TRY-OUTS TO) BE HLD
Many of Contce. is to 'de Place
n Smni Towns Near
Ann Abor,
The schedule of debates a which
the Varsity team will participate
during tle :Cond so re4ster has
been announced by James H. Mc-
Burney, of the speech department,
together with the quesans to be
argued and the ax'rancements for
tryouts.
Beginning early i. the semester,
the team will undemtae oe of the
heaviest proy ni ,to recent years.
The schools whi> 7 ;an wil
meet, with the i es, are
as follows:
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Univesity of is Viginia, late
in February; Ohio Wesleyan, Mar.
2; University of South Dakota, Mar.
13; University of Minnesota, early
in March; Marquette university,
M tar. 16; Boston university, date
not yet set, and the two conference
debates Mar. 19, with Wisconsin
coming to Ann Arbor to meet the
affirmative team and the negative
team debating at Northwestern.
Most of the contests will be held I
in towns near Ann Arbor, under
the auspices of local organizations,
with the objects of gaining interest
and of giving team members prac-
tice in speaking before strange au-I
diences.
A special contest will be held inI
Hill auditorium shortly after exam-
inations wih the University of
Porto Rico team, which is under-
taking a tour through the United
States. A picked team of experi-
enced men will represent Michigan,
as there will not be time for the
Varsity debaters to prepare.
The question for this debate con-
cerns the granting of full citizen-
ship to Porto Rican, the afirmative
of which the visitors will upohd.
Lawrence HarwiUg, '31, -oward Si-
mon, '32L, and Nathan Levy, '31, all
present or former Varsity debaters,
are preparing Michigan's argument. i
Cal for Tryouts.
The conference question is "Re-
solved: that all colleges and uni-
versities shoi d abolish the distinc-
tion between ama te'irismrn and pro-
fessionalism in spots to which ad-
mission fees are charged." Against
Boston university the uestion will
be the abolition of i:ee trade by the
nations of the world.
Tryouts are scheduled for Tues-
day, Feb. 17, in i'oom 3211, Angell
hall, beginning at 1 o'clock. Every
man who is a candidate for the
team is required to report at that
time, and preliminary team assign-
ments will be made. A larger team
than usual is planned for next se-
mester, because of the long sched-
ule.
A special course, Speech 81, has
been arranged for debaters. Those
who pass the tryouts or who can
present credit for Speech 33 and 34
vill be admitted to this course,
which is to be carried for three
hours credit.

ludgres.

C cmmics. platoon:, and squads
ot the jrrve O ficer> Training
ee:ps cemomted yesterd.ay in their
* mes*Q: emuetitien before Col-
v e<h~ k. Lvneeetion oflcer of the
Sixth Cors area (nd the Univer_
Corn 1ttee .. Mi _7a' Affairs
t- Adi by De Ared I. Lovell
o the oieinecriug college.
C'avany E won the inter-com-
I ani conaet ictn and it cominan-
dcv 1- V. Hieiiou. '3 , received a
gold inc {1. In the platoon cons-
petilion the platoon fron company!
C won and its 1^ader 0. T. Perkin-I
22n, .il'. was awarde i a silver!
rqndi. Loch of the rm 12 ers of theI
w~nrne;platoon rceived a bar in
University colors in recognition of
the achievement of his n avtoon.
The best squad was from Com-
pany F. The corporal of the squad
was awarded a silver medal and!
each of the other members of the!
squad was given a bronze medal.
Besides these awards, 15 freshmenl
were given bronze medals as the
best drilled basics in the corps.
John S. Cole, '34, was signally
honored; he received a medal for
high marksmanship, a medal as
one of the best drilled basics, and
a bar for being in the best drilled
platoon.
Major Basil D. Edwards and re-
serve Lieutenants: R. D. Gordon,
William M. Duckwitz, and Moyer
were the judges.
Former Debate Coach
Returns to University
Carl G. Brandt, formerly of the
speech department, has returned
from Chicago, where he has been
practicing law for about one year.
He expects to give extension class-
es in speech in Lansing, Flint; Sag-
inaw, and possibly Detroit. He is
not on the speech faculty at the
present.

BELIEVE IT OR NOT-THERE WAS
A GREEN FRESHMANBACK IN 1910 l
le Was Really a Novelty Then, think whether Mr. Finney or Dean
And The Daily Ran a Pe'Ied would be the most desirableU'
Story About Him. man for the verdant one to con-
--- sult. But he was afraid the story Pan-American Union Says 209
Bt nny be hard to believe-but would 'come n c' and the dignity Coleges Give 434 Courses
there was once a dumb freshman. o the department sinply had to as Cooperative Measure.
Of course this doesn't happen be upheld.C.
any more in this age of enlightened "So he very quietly informed the Latin Ameiic'n studies are being
first-year men, most of whom have ;seedi after a litOle -easy money of ered at 209 American colleges
never seen a pot the student coun- tha, the chime are rung inechani-n,
ci notwithstanding. cal. Amida sienc s of a universities, a report of t
the new one passed out into the division of intellectual cooperaumon
But acording to a story in The cruem cruel vworld. of the Pan-American union reveals.
Daily during 1910, there was a 'By the way." the article con- The life, customs, political life, iit-
felunan who wanted to earn some clude "a brand new lot of campus erature, trade conditions, geogra-
extra money. tickets will be placed on sale at phy, chimatology, geology and ar-
"the secretary's office at 9 o'clock haeology are the subjects of ap-
"Ttis freshman, with a capimal F, tomorrow morning." proximately 434 courses.
wakccd demurely down the diagonal --- ------ No university o: college offered
w ,alk_ to the engineering building, ,
the story deelarees. "To be sure, G :" istg Wil H r a full course in Lati i Amneican life
that was nothing strange. He as- L. c : * and institirt ions before 1195, and
jCended to the second floor. Still -- i only hve universities were broaden-
very rational. He walked down to Two speakers will adress the by 1915, the report states. In 1926,
tesecretary's office. Now for the members of the Geological Journal courses of varying scopc were being
'Prfesor Bird, I came over to lub. which holds its regular meet- conducted by 175 institutions of
Fi oesso Bid, Icam ove tohigher learning.
se, about getting the job of ring- ing at 8 o'clock tonight in room The largest number of courses i
ing the library chimes. I think I 4056, Natural Science building. merican literature o
could spare the time all right and Prof. Ralph L. Belknap, of the fered by Stanford, due to the Apres-
I Thought that by getting a little geology department, will review ence there of Dr. Alfred Coester,
extra money I might -' Greenly and Williams "Methods in author of "The Literary History of
"Just then he caught sight of Geological Surveying," while Ar- Spanish America." A course deal-
Mrs. Green over in the corner, who thur Copeland will discuss "Topo- ing with the modernistic movement
had just kicked over the waste bas- graphic Sketching from the Air and in Latin America, and a course in
ket. Professor Bird's mind was Mineral Prospecting in Western Argentine literature, besides a sem-
working fast. He was trying to Ontario." intr are cnndiuctey hv Stanford.

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The liquor laden Canadian schooner, Josephine K (above), whose
captain was killed when it was fired on and seized by coast guardsmen
in outer New York harbor. The tug, Dauntless 6, which was alongside
the Josephine K was also taken in charge by coast guard cutter 145
(both shown below). International complications arose over the case.

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terday when Chicago police officials This action came as a result o
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Believing the 45-year-old cripple Ann Arbor railroad, and for the
to have come to Ann Arbor, local purpose of providing Flint with
police concentrated their search better mail service from Chicago
upon the railway depot and the Proposals made public by Postmast-
bus station, although information er Pack revealed the fact that mail
from Corunna indicated that he will be carried on the routes in
might be either at the University question by automobile.
hospital or at the home of a friend.

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