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DEATING LEAGUE NOW
FORME0 ByIIMMEL
ORGANIZATION INCLUDES EIGHTY
NINE STATE HIGH'
SCHOOLS
A high school debating league un-
der the supervision of the University
Extension service, has recently been
instituted through the efforts of Mr.
Ray K. Immel, instructor in oratory.
t There are 89 high schools of all sizes
hroughout the state of Michigan in
the league including those in the up-
per peninsula. "These schools are di-
vidd into four districts," said Mr.
'nmel, "the schools in each district
being paired off for the first debates
which took place early this month."
The winners and loosers in the.various
distr-icts are then divided and debate
separately.
Compulsory Training Discussed
"Univetrsal Compulsory Military
Training," was thetsibiect chosen for
,the debates and at present the vic-
tories are about divided between the
affirmative and negative sides. On
March 19, the winners of the different
series will meet todetermine the dis-
trict championship.
During the interscholistic track
meet in Ann Arbor in May,- the four
high schools that are champions of
their respective districts will assemble
at the University to contest for the
-state championship.
Great Interest Shown
'There has been great interest
shown in these debates," asserted Mr.
Immel. "and as many as 900 people
attended one of the contests in the
upper peninsula." To give the high
schools the benefit of University sup-
ervision, the Extension Library serv-
ice sends out quantities of books and
other literature bearing on the topic
of the debates.
JAN.. 22 AND 23 DATES FOR
j LITERARY REGISTRATION
All election blanks for the
second semester of students in
the literary college must be fil-
ed in the office of the Registrar
on Thursday and Fr-iday, Jan.
22 nd 23. The dates have been
set at this time so that plenty~
of time will be offered to in-
terview professors before the
rush of examination time. I
A supply of announcements is
available in the Registrar's of-
ice and the supplementary an-
nouncement will be out next
week giving notice of a number
of new courses, as well as cer-
tain corrections.
This applies only to those stu-
dents who are now members of
the literary college.

LAMBDA CHIS, SIGMA PHIS AND_
ZETS WIN COURT CONTESTS
In an overtime game, the Lambda1
Chi Alphas defeated the Sigma Phi
Epsilons, 21 to 19. The game was
hotly contested throughout. Hardy
starred for the Sigma Phis, throwing
six field goals and one foul. Rice
and Adams did most of the scoring
for the Lambda Chis, the former ring-
ing five baskets from the field and one
foul, while the latter scored three
goals.
Zeta Psi beat Sigma Chi, 10 to 9.
Page scored the winning field goal in
the last half-minute of play. The only
feaure of the game was that the Zeta
Psi guards got all the points for that
team.
Theta Chi defeated Kappa Sigma by
a -15 to 5 score. Rehmus, who went
in the last half and scored three field
goals, was the star of the game.
In the society contests, the Scalp
and Blade defeated the Kentucky club,
35-5; Les Voyageurs defeated the
Western Normal club, 17 to 7; and the
Bayonne club defeated the New Eng-
land club, 28 to 3.
The Foresters beat the Graduate
school by a 9 to 6 score.
THREE HOUR RUSSIAN COURSA
OFFERED SECOND SEMESTER
In response to the increasing de-
mand for instruction in the Rusan'
language, Prof. Clarence Meader has
consented to offer a three hour course
in beginning Russian during the sec-
ond semester. The hours are to be ar-
ranged later. The object ofthe course
will be to.. give the student a work-
ing knowledge of Russian in the
shortest possible time. Those elect-
ing the course should communicate
with Professor Meader by mail or
phone, this week.-
Engagement of Students Announced
The engagement of Thelma J. Bang,
21, to George A. Cadwell, '21L, has
been announced by Mr. and /Mrs.
Charles W. Haensel of Port Huron,
Mich. Caldwell is circulation mana-
ger of the Michigan Chimes.
German Protest Armistice Breaking'
Berlin, Jan. 21-Three -'thousand
paper protests-notes in other words-
have been sent by the German gov-
ernment to the Entente charging
breach of the armistice.
General Wood to Speak in Rapids
Grand Rapids, Jan. 21.-Major Gen.

COUNSEL HURLS GRAVE
CHARGES AT SOCIALISTS
(Continued from Page Ode)
'what may be treason today may the
the law of the land tomorrow.' It will
be the law tomorrow if you let trait-
ors write the law."
The second day ofthe trial brought
denial of three more preliminary mo-
tions by the defense bringing the total
introduced and overruled to six. To-
day's motions asked reinstatefnent of
the defense during the trial, dismissal
of charges because they do not in-
clude specifications "to which even
tie meanest criminal is justified."
Arguments on these motions con-
sumed the entire day and delayed un-
til tomorrow the presentation of evid-'
ence.
PROFESSOR SANDERS SPEAKS
BEFORE CLASSICAL CLUB
Prof. Henry D. Sanders of the Latin'
department lectured before the Class-'
ical club last evening in Alumni hall
on Greek bible manuscripts. The lec-'
ture was accompanied by slides repro-
ducing enlargements of the original
manuscripts as they were written in
the early centuries of the Christian
era.
After Professor Sander's talk, a_
business- meeting was held in which
a vote on an amendment to the con-
stitution of the club was taken, which
provided that any interested in the
classics even though not members of
the club would be eligible for member-
ship.
Science tecture Given by Graham
"Christian Science; the Vision of
Christ Jesus" was the subject on
which Rev. Andrew J. G'raham, C. S.,
spoke Tuesday night in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. Rev. Graham is a
member of the board of lectureship
of the Mother Church, in Boston,
Mass. His talk was- divided into three
main divisions, "The Textbook,"
"Christian Science Healing" and "The
Handicap."
Propose to Change Holiday
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 21.-Thanksgiv-
ing day will be observed In New York
on Nov. k11, armistice day, instead of.
being fixed as a holiday on a date ap-
pointed by the President of governor
under a bill in legislature today.
Chioago Teachers Get Salary Raised
Phicago, Jan. 21.-An average sal-
ary increase of $50 a month will be
,given to Chicago teachers after Feb.

WH

THURSDAY
11:10-Prof. A. E. Wood's labor pro.
blems class leaves for Detroit on in-
terurban.
4:00-Soph combined-social committee
meeting on third floor of Union.
6:15--Union membership dinner In as-
sembly hall of Union.
7:00-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University hall.
7:30-Former Trysquare members
meet in Lane hall to organize a
bran:cl.
8:00-Al-Nation jamboree under an.
spices of Cosmopolitan club in Hill
auditorium.
8:00-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
- 306 of Union,
8:30-Western club vs. Up'staters
basketball game in Waterman gym-
nasium.
FRIDAY
6:45-Menorah society board of. dl.
rectors meets in Lane ball.
7:30-Alpha Nu Debating society
meets on fourth floor University
hall.
7:30-Baptist guild "hard-times" par.
ty at Guild house. Admission by
hard-times costumes only.
8:00-Misciha Levitiski, pianist, In Hill
auditorium.
8:00-Hobart guild party in Harris
hall. Election of officers.
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Leonard Wood will address the Mich- 41, it was announced today. This adds
igan Commandery of the Military Or- $5,000,000 to the pay envelopes of tyre
der of Foreign Wars of the United 9,000 Chicago teachers.
States here Jan. 23.
Prices of Eggs Soar in Berlin
Maurice Berman wrote today's Ran- Berlin, Jan. 21.-The price of eggs
dall Studio ad. Walter R. Carl's ad in Berlin now is higher than it was
will appear Sunday.-Adv. in Paris in the siege of 1870. They
are selling here at two and one-half
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv. marks each.

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Four Days, Starting Sunday
CECIL B. DeILE'
magnificent production of The Adnir-
able Crichton," Sir James Barrie's tan-
ous stage success.

- SUNDAY
6:30-Unitarian guild forum. Prof.
H. H. Bartlett speaks on "Some Re-
ligious Customs'of a Primative Peo-
le.
7:00-Jane Addams appears in Hill
auditorium.
U-NOTICES
Senior dues will be collected during
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in /
main corridor of University hall be-
tween the hours of 10 to 12 and 1
to 4 o'clock. All seniors are expect-
ed to pay their class dues at this
time.
History 12 (Second Semester)-"Eu-
%rope Since 1870." This class will
meet M. W. F. at 10 instead-of at 9
as stated in the announcement.
Seniors have seven more days in
which to make appointments for
Midhiganensian sittings without the
extra charge.
Michigamna members will recelve
their tickets for the Union dinner
as they enter the dining room to-
night.
Seniors must make appointments for
their -Michiganensian sittings with-
in the next seven days.
Those class officers and chairmen of
senior classes, and olass officers 9f
all remaining classes, who have not
a yet had their pictures taken for the
Michiganensian .must do so immedi-
.ately.
Trysquare'Memb ors Meet in Lane Hall
There will be a meeting of former
Trysquare members of Detroit at 7:30
o'clock tonight in Lane hall for pur-
poses of organization. A. A. Gins-
burg, '22D, in charge of the meeting,
urges all men- interested to attend
whether former Trysquare members
or not. Plans a;nd programs for the
ensuing semester will be discussed.
GRADUATES, NOTICE!
- Students entering the Gradu-
ate school in February from ot4-
er schools or colleges of the Un-
iversity shoud secure as soon
as possible official transcripts
of their1 undergraduatg courses
from the secretaries or regis-
trars concerned.
Graduate students should-en-
roll or, if already enrolled,
should make their elections for
the second semester beginning
Friday, Feb. 13. Enrollments
and elections, if possible, should
be completed not later than
I Wednesday, Feb. 18.

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