1921. THE MICHIGAN DAILY __
AT THE THEATRES
Maestic - "Unseen Forces," a
mystery story with lots of pep,
IArade-Viola Dana in "Cinder-
ella's Twin," from the story l
by Luther Reed.
Orpheum-Alice Brady in "TheV
New York Idea." j
Whitney- Sunday -"The Cent-
ury Midnight Whirl."
Wuert-"Rainbow Revue" with
Helene McGee, Gerte Hoff-
man, and John Roberts.
Garrick (Detroit)'-. Marguerite
Sylvia in "The Songbird," a
snappy, peppy musical com-
one of the most popular mus-
ical plays ever written, with
Elanor Painter in the lead of I
an unusual cast.
24 CANDIDATES SURVIVE
PRELIMINARY DEBATE TESTS
Prof. R. K. Immel Announces Names
Following Completion of Re-
Names of 24 deaters who ae eligi-
ble for Michigan's debating team this
year have been announced by Prof.
R. K. Immel, of the oratorical depart-
ment, following the completion of rec-
ent trials. Eighteen of the 24 candi-
dates selected for the final trials rep-
resent the three campus debatingso-
ceties, Athena, Adelph, and Alpha
Nu, while the other six were selected
from the student body.
Another trial will be held at 8
o'clock Saturday morning in room 302,
Mason hall, at which time eight of the
24 will be eliminated. our more
will be'eliminated the following Sat-
urday and four the next. The candi-
dates for the team, following yester-1
day's eliminations, are:
Alpha Nu-Jdhn A. Bacon, '23, Earl
F. Boxel, '234, Alfred E. Lindbloom,
'22, George M. Lott, '22, Robert B. Rit-
ter '22, and William H. Wise, '21.
Adelphi-John J. Gould, '23, Wilfred
A. Hocking, '23, Ralph R. Johnson, 23,
John F. Ryan, 22, Donald C. Shelton,
'21, and Simon Shetzer, '1. Athena-
Euphemia Carnahan, '22, Florence
Derrick, '22, Beata M. Hasley, '22,
Martha C. Sheppard, '22, Cela J. Sim-
onson, '23, and Devea Steinberg, '22.
Independent-G. H. Cary, Jr., '22, J.
R. Dickinson, '22, Henry Hertz, '22,
Sam Pasko, 22o~ dward T. Ramsdell,
'23, and Herman Wepman, '23.
KANSANS ELECT OFFICERS
AT ORGANIZATION MEETING
Students from Kansas yesterday aft-
ernoon organized a Kansas club, to
be composed of students and faculty
members who have lived In that state.
R. R. Snodgrass, '23, was elected pres-
ident; Prof. William C. Hoad, vice-
president; Alice Johnson, '21, secre-
tary; and R. H. Ward, '22A, treasur-
er. A committee was elected, to plan
a Kansas day dinner Jan. 29. All in-
terested in the organization will meet
at 5 o'clock Wednesday, Jan 19, in
room P-162, Natural Science building.
Watson Attends Farm Bureau Meeting
Prof. Russell Watson, of the forestry
department, this week attended a con-
ference of the Michigan farm bureau
at Lansing, where forestry and agri-
cultural measures were brought up,
to be laid before the state legislature
at. the next session.
HOMTE MADE CANDY
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
IMarguerita Sylva in
I "'THE SONGBIRD"
I ELEANOR PAINTER
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to remind you that the prices of
good diamonds have quadrupled
in the last thirty years. . That
is to say, a good stone purchas-
ed thirty years ago is now worth
four times what it thien was.
This is artvery significant fact
which we will explain in subse-
quent statements of this series.
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