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Two Varsity Teams Are Chosen From
Participants in Interdepart-
MEN WILL START WORK AT ONCE
Michigan's Varsity debating teams
have been picked; the men selected at
the recent inter-departmental debates
being arranged upon the two teams in
the strongest combinations possible.
The affirmative team is composed of
Paul B. Blanshard, '14; L. S. Hulbert,
'14L; B. J. Jonkman, '14L; and W. W.'
Schroeder, '14, alternate, while the
negative team is made up as follows:
Sol Blumrosen, '13L; F. W. Moore,
graduate school; J. S. McElroy, '13L;
E. W. McFarland, '13, alternate. The
men will probably be arranged in a
As is customary in the CentraltDe-
bating League, the affirmative team
will debate at home, meeting Chicago
on the evening of 'Jan. 17, while the
negative team opposes Northwestern
at Evnston on the same evening.
This year's question, which was used
in the society and departmental con-
tests, is "Resolved, that the form of
banking reform proposed by the Na-
tional Monetary Commisison should
be adopted by Congress."
The debaters are now arranging
their material in accordance with the
new combinations of men, and will be
expected to have their briefs com-
pleted by the holidays. After Christ-
mas the regular practice will start at
SPACE IN MICHIGANENSIAN
MUST BE RESERVED AT ONCE
In order to have space reserved in
the Michiganensian, contracts of stu-
dent organizations must either be in
the hands of the editor by 6:00 o'clock
Saturday, Dec. 7, or the editor should
be seen in regard to them. As the de-
mand for space is larger than ever be-
fore, and as the space is limited, those
who have charge of sending in these
contracts are urged to do so at once.
The fraternity section of the book,
which includes five drawings, will be
sent to the printers Dec. 10. The draw-
ings accepted for this part will be
credited as going towards the prizes
of $25 and $10 which are to be award-
ed by a committee of five faculty men
when the remainder of the art work
Senior Laws to Give Holiday Dance.
Senior laws will hold a holiday
dance on Thursday night, Dec. 12, at
the Michigan Union. Tickets will be
put on sale in a few days and may be
purchased from L. W. Schroeder or
any member of the social committee.
Tickets will cost 75 cents.
MR. LEVERETT WILL DISCUSS
STATUS OF IOWAN DRIFT.
Mr. Frank Leverett will give a lec-
ture in the Russell seminary room of
the museum tomorrow evening at
7:00 o'clock on the much talked of
"Iowan Drift." Mr. Leverett spent the
past summer in Iowa and Minnesota
and has reached some important con-
clusions regarding the status of the
disputed drift which he will explain
in his lecture.
Junior Dents Will Hold First Dance.
The first of a series of dances to be
given by the junior dents will be held
next Saturday evening, Dec. 7, at the
Packard dancing' academy. Tickets,
at $1.00 a couple, are selling rapidly,
and it is expected that a large number
of the class will turn out. The paste-
boards may' be obtained from E. J.
Green, M. M. Shaeffer, S. D. Daniels,
or D. C. Broadbridge.
The dance will be chaperoned by
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Whitman, Mr. and
Mrs. T. P. Jamison, and Mr. and Mrs.
GOVERNOR H. S. HADLEY WILL
SPEAK HERE IN JANUARY.
Governor Herbert S. Hadley, the
militant trust-buster of Missouri, will
lecture on "The Activities of the Col-
lege Man in Politics" on Jan. 22. This
lecture is a regular number on the
oratorical association course, but the
date was uncertain at the time the
course was first made up.
The date of Edwin D. Mead's lecture
is still uncertain. He has just re-
turned from a session of the World's
Peace Conference in Europe, and is
now making up the schedule of his
western speech making tour.
Soph Lits Hold First Dance Tonight.
The soph lits will give their first
party at the Union this evening. Some-
thing out of the ordinary is to be of-
fered in the line of programs, and
the committee has already planned to
feature several of the dances.
The social committee will sell tick-
ets for $1.00 as long as the limited
supply of 100 pasteboards lasts. Prof.
and Mrs. T. E. Rankin, and Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Humphreys are to act as
Phoenix Club Holds Dinner at Union.
About 30 members of the Phoenix
club, which is composed of men who
are graduates of the Detroit Western
high school, enjoyed a dinner at the
Union last night. Geo. A. Strohmer
'13E, acted as toastmaster, and several
other members of the club gave
Seniors to Pick Associate Editors.
Senior lits have called an import-
ant meeting for Thursday afternoon
at 4:00 o'clock in Tappan Hall. The
election of associate editors for the
Michigaienian board, two from the
men and one from the women of the
class, will take place. Four of the
standing committees will give reports.
Prof. Sanders to Travel in Europe.
Prof. H. A. Sanders of the Latin de-
partment has been granted a half-
year's leave of absence by the regents
and will spend the time in foreign
travel and study. He will leave for
Europe the first of next semester and
will remain abroad through the
summer, returning to Ann Arbor in
the early fall.
Class Gives Public Recital Tuesday.
Prof. R. D. T. Holister's class in
dramatic reading will give a public
recital the evening of Dec. 10 in room
302 N. W. About half the class will
give miscellaneous selections, there
being a dozen' numbers on the pro-
Senior Dents Outline Social Plans.
At a recent meeting of the senior
dents, social plans for the year were
outlined. The first of a series of three
dances will be held at the Michigan
Union, Monday, December 16, and a
series of dinners will be given after
Rhodes Scholar Is Chosen Tomorrow.
The Rhodes "scholarship committee
for the state of Michigan will meet
Thursday morning, December 19, to
choos the candidate from among
those who have successfully passed
the scholarship examinations.
To Play J-Hop Music at Fischer Party
J-hop music is to feature the Fisch-
er party which will be held at Gran-
ger's Friday evening. This will be
the third in the series of parties plan-
ned for this year and will be formal
instead of informal as previously an-
Reviews Architectural Department.
"Construction details," one of the
leading architectural papers is run-
ning a series of articles on the work
of the architectural department of
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