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THE MICHICAN DAILY sUNI

SAMMY SQUIRT : A LIT T LE LIGHT ON THE MATTER

By Lichty

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NOTICE ter call 2-1214 and ask fo
BEST SHOE SHINE in town. San- Classified Advertising De
fords. Sundays, evenings. 121 ment.
E. Ann, 514 E. William. 261c
ORIENTAL STUDENT BAZAR -- LOST-Black velvet purse on
Hand-made articles: Embroidery, pus, Wednesday morning.
Ivory, Shawls, Prints, Bridge and 7370.
Luncheon Sets. Very reasonable
prices. 305 South State. 284 LOST - Small black curly

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FOIL SALE
REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from
finance company for balance
due. 311 W. Huron. Phone 22001
235
WANTED
STUDENT LAUNDRY WANTED-
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SCOTT TO EXPLAINI
POaLISHERS' WORK,

Relations With Author Will
Topic of Lecture Here
Next Tuesday.

Be

Creative writers and/ composi-
tion students will have',an oppor-
tunity to become intimately ac-
quainted with facts about the pre-
paration and submission of manu-
scripts to publishers when S. Spen-
cer Scott, vice-president of Har-
court, B'ace and company, publish-
era, speaks there next Tuesday. a
Mr. Scott will make his talk a
practical discussion of problems of'
the young author, and the position'
of the publisher,and his handling
of manuscripts.
The qualifications of the publish-
er's reader's preparation and revi-
sion of manuscripts; and the pub-
lishing house's attitude toward new"
writers and unsolicited manuscripts
will all be adequately treated,.
Mr. Scott graduated from Michi-
gan in 1914 and has been a mem-.
ber of Harcourt, Brace andcom.
pany for the past eleven years. AsF
an undergraduate Mr. Scott was a
member of the football squad, glee
club, and student council; and he
supported himself entirely while in.
school. I

SWEET CHARITY!
Fans Pay for End Zone Seats,
But Switch to Middle.
The old adage that "Charity be-
gins at home" was proved again
yesterday when Michigan rooters )f
the charity football game treated
themselves to fifty-yard line seats.
Up until game time the stadium
benches were sparsely occupied in
various sections, but as the opening
whistle blew, as if by general agree-
ment, the entire group of support-
ers seated in the unreserved section
at the ends of the field rose in a
body and secured seats which com-
manded the best view of the play-
ing field,
Throughout the entire game the
crowd remained in the center parts
of theastands, making the people
who had. paid $3 for reserved seats
look very, very charitable. .
Some competition for the foot-
ball teams in the way of public in-
terest occurred when two men who
had been warming .themselves in-
ernally via the bottle method be-
came boisterous and had to t be
taken from the stadium by main
force. Both were from Detroit. /
Green Wave Remains
Only Unbeaten Team
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 28.-(IP)-
Tulane bagged the Southern Con-
ference football championship and
became a contender for the nation-
al title by defeating Louisiana State
university 34-7 here today before
30,000, cheering fans. The game
brought Tulane through the South-
ern Conference campaign unde-
feated, and the defeat of North-
western and the tie of Southern
Methodist university left the Green
Wave as the only unbeaten and
untied major football t e a m in
America.

Faculty Con trol of;
Publications Will I
Oratory Subject.

Strayed from South Fifth Ave.
Boy's pet. Reward. Phone 9571.
285
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-A completely furnish-
ed apartment with connecting
bath and shower. Nicely furnish-
ed east room with adjoining
kitchenette. Also front single
room. Steam heat, shower, -ga-
rage. Phone 8544. 422 E. Wash-

WILL HOLD SEEC
TRHlIS TI S IEEKh

StudentI
Be

The preliminary trials of the ex-
temporaneous contest held by the
Oratorical Association are sched-
uled for next Thursday at 4 o'clock,
fourth floor Angell Hall.
The finals of the contest, will be
7:15 p. in., Dec. 8, in tihe Adelphi
room, Angell Hall, and will takeI
place between the five best speak-
ers of the preliminary contest.
The question upon which all the
speakers in both contests will de-
liver five minute prepared speecrfes
has been worded: To what extent
should the faculty exercise control
over student publications.
After speaking on this subject,
the contestants will be given from
swenty to thirty minutes to prepare
an extemporaneous speech on a
question asked at the conclusion of
their prepared speecn.
To enter the conies-, candidates
must present their subjects and
brief outlines of their speeches at
the office of the Speech depart-
ment before 4 o'clock Wednesday,
afternoon. All students on campus
are eligible for the contest exceptI
those who have represented the
University in intercollegiate speech
competition or have won in the
contest before.
Members of the Oratorical Asso-
ciation will judge the preliminary
contest, and three members of the
Speech department will be judges
of the finals.
Gold, silver, and bronze medals
are to be presented to the three
winners of the final contest.
DAMES MEET TUESDAY

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More than 40,000 children in the rary now has 85 sets of books cir-1 4863. 150
state had access-last year to sets of culating throughout the state.
books with which every child should Last year 68 sets of books were WANTED-Student laundry. Also
be acquainted, sent out by the shown in 61 counties of Michigan, beddi Rbl Soft
Library. to more than 500 communities wbeCn.Rasonabe prices.iSof.
water. Call for and deliver.
This work is carried on under Thess books are loaned to com-
the supervision of Edith Thomas, munities with a population of 2,000 Family Washings. Phone 707-
who is in carge of the Extension or less for a period of three weeks. F-31. 53c
division and state chairman of The books must becon exhibition so
bok n eidcasfrteMc-that anyone in the community may TYPING-by 0. K. Thacher. 413
books and nesodcals for the Mich- have access to them. The object of Thompson. Phone 6734. 287
ers. Miss hom as bnd ter- this project is to permit children
erst.cis i Thomas has been ter- to become acquainted with these LOST
esd books for children for a books, and give them a desire to
ntr . fyas n h snwbos adgv hmadsr oIOIETeying to stimzulate the reading of read them. .NTC-h people who adver-
boksdbyichildren.w The books are all well illustrated. tise in the classifiedc alumnsof
The wyo is aided by contribu- It is the belief of Miss Thomas that TH MI IAN DAILY.nshey
Tiosh from the Children's Fund of these illustrations will not only at- THE MICHIGAN DAIY. They
tract the attention of the children, are the people who want and
ii , founded by Sen. James but also add much interest to their get quick results. If you have
< uzens!in i' , 9s fund, has con-
trib 29 t further te work reading of the books, anything to borrow, beg or bar-
during current year. The Lib- _ I .._ _._
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ington.

FOR SALE OR RENT-440 Highland
Rd. Prof. Gingerich, on account
of poor health, being compelled
to go west, authorizes us to sell
his strictly modern, exclusively lo-
cated, high class eight room resi-
dence at a great sacrifice. For
particulars and an appointment
to see this, call D. S. McComb,

4O OO0 STATE CHILDREN ARE SUPPLIED
WITH READING MATTER BY LIBRAR Y

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ChurCh -o Be Hos
to Older Boys Today
(Cnnued from Page 1)
w"ie i? cint and Modern Necro-
irs _ Ali s Memerism and Hyp-
notim, Denounced," will be dis--
ausscd at the First Church of
At the Hillel Foundation services,
which will be held in the Chapel of
the Women's League building, Rab-
bi Bernard Heller will speak on
"Nature Worship and Religion."
Morris Says Russell's
Is Keenest of Mids
(Continued from Page 1)
Of late, said Professor Morris,
Russell has been most interested in
debate. He almost never turns
down a chance to debate on the
fundamental questions of the day
if his opponent is of first rate qual-
ity. He will engage this week in
two debates in New York one on

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ATHENS, Ga., Nov. 28.- -(P)-The
University of Georgia smothered
Georgia Tech under an avalanche
of touchdowns in their annual
game here today, winn:ng 35-6.
Tech scored in the closing min-
utes of the game on an 80-yard
drive with virtually a third-string
Georgia team on the field. Rushing
over t'Wo touchdowns in the first
period, Georgia quickly took com-
mand of the situation and the issue
never was in doubt after the first
ten minutes.
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T h e writer-publisher relation-|
ship will be of particular interest
here because of the great attention
paid to young authors and the re-
ward's offered them by various lit-
erary award groups.
This lecture is especially recom-
mended for students now enrolled
in Sophomore composition, but is
open to everyone. It will be pre-
sented largely from a publisher's
viewpoint, so that most students
interested in writing or in current
books will find the talk informing
and valuable.
Rocky Parsaca Shines
as Detroit Wins, 6-0
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. - (AP) -
Largely through the flashing runs
of its stocky halfback, Rocky Par-
saca, the University of Detroit to-
day defeated Georgetown 6-0.
The Detroit touchdown came late
in the fourth period. Parsaca start-
ed the period by running a George-
town punt back twenty yards. A
penalty and some more line plung-
ing by Purashoff made it first down
on Georgetown's 13-yard line. Par-
saca then passed to O'Neill, who
carried the ball to the six-yard line,
where, after three tries, Purashoff
drove through for the score. Par-
saca's placement was wide.

RIO
CRANDE
b_ °A UNIVAPICTU
LEO CARILLO-JOHN MACK EI
SLIM SUMMERVILLE-DORO]
BURGESS

Three Men Are Killed
in Pensylvania Wreck'
LIVERMORE, Pa. Nov. 28.-(A)-
Three trainmen were killed today
in a rear-end collision of livestock
and coal trains on the Pennsyl-
vania railroad.

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"Social Morals" and one on some
The Michigan Dames will hold political topic.
their regular meeting in the Grand ! "Russell, his speeches, and his
Rapids room of the League Tuesday writing are stimulating," Professor
night at 8 o'clock. The meeting will|Morris concluded. "Any man list-
be of a social nature. Wives of all eni. g to him and not being made
students are invited.; moe e alive is as good as dead."
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laid down their guns in
hysterics . . . Diplomats
went dipp . *Senator,-
roared with rage at his
homespun humor and shirt
sleeve etiquettea.. a queen
got back her king, and a
prince returned to play.

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Your Father and Mother often wonder, as they sit at
home, what the-r sons and daughters are doing at
school-what activities of interest on the campus they
might be attending. Your parent~s cannot be present
to enter into the spirit of the .University but you can
bring that spirit to them. Let them read each day the
Campus News, the same News that you read.
Strengthen That Link Between Your School
And Your Parents.

Richard Arlon
Peggy Shannon
Jack Oakie
Regis Toomey

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