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November 04, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

out the United States. The squad will
be reduced to 16 members next week
after briefs have been presented to-
gether with a six minute speech on
some phase of the qustion.
Members of the debating squad are:
Adelphi-Donald Cook, '24, Phillip
Elliott, '22, Julius Glasgow, '23. John
Gould, '23, Ralph Johnson, '23, John
Ryan, '22, Gilbert Gower, '22 (alter-
nate. Athena-Beatrice Champion, '23,
Florence Derrick, '22, Gretta Iutzy, '22,
Martha Shepard, '22, Celma Simonson,
'23, Catherine Stafford, '23. Alpha Nu
-dward Ramsdell, '23, George Biggs,
'23, Maxwell Erbaugh, '23, Thomas
Donahue, '23, Donald Fredericks, '24,
Charles Hodgeman, '24, Fred R. Alla-
ben. '23, (alternate). Independents-
K. F. Klardy, Gerrit Demmink, '22,
G. A. Densmore, '23. Francis Gorman.
'22, Paul Rehmus, '23, C. H. Smith, '23.
1925 GLFE CLUB
ELECTS MEMBERS'
As a result ofrecent tryouts, fifty-
six first-year women have been select-
ed to form the Freshman Girls' Glee
club. They are as follows:
MarionhBarlow, '25, Charlotte Blag-
don, '25, Helen W. Brown, '25, Helen
I. Brown, '25, Helen Bernard, '25, Elin-
or Blanschard, '25, Margaret Barnum.
'25, Lillian Beckman, '25, Jeane Briggs,
'25. Catherine Cave, '25, Joy Carpp, '25,
Margaret Dixon, '25, Jane Ford, '25,
Olive Fast, '25, Frances Gibson, '25,!
E'lura Harvey, '25, Nancy Harsh, '25.
Ruth Halliday, '25, Martha Howell,
'25, Alberta Harle, '25, Helen-Griswold,
'25, Dorothy Knapp, '25, Emily McEl-
wain, '25, Ruth McCann, '25, Ruth
Morey, '25, Mary Mahaffy, '25, Florence
Nelson, '25, June Notley, '25, Marion
Nichols, '25, Anne Owens, '25, Esther
Otis, '25, Elsie Palmer, '25, Florence
Peterson, '25, Marion Pierce, '25, El-
lenor Putnam, '25, Margaret Peet, '25,
Myrtle Rooks, '25.
Anne Scales, '25, Dorothy Spencer,
'25, Katherine Sanders, '25, Katherine
Styer, '25, Ethelyn Schlegel, '25, Ruth
Sinz, '25, Marjorie Sweet, '25, Cather-
ine Smith, '25, Gladys Trombridge, '25,
Ruth Tuttle, '25, Celia Thomas, '25,
Margaret Voelker, '25, Blanche Vin-
cent, '25, Mary L. Witacre, '25, Jose-
phine White, '25, Miriam Wetzel, '25,
Dorothy Beigler, '25, Suzanne Edg-
cumb, '25, Margaret Schaufner, '25.
SOCIALIST SOCIETY WILL
DISCUSS PROBLEMS TONIGHT
Reorganization and a mapping out
of a program for the coming year will
occupy the first meeting of the Inter-
cdlegiate Socialist society to be held
at 7:30 o'clock Friday night in room
P-162, Natural Science building.
One of the most important questions
is the consideration of a change of
name. A feeling exists, not only in the
Michigan branch but in the whole na--
tional organization, that the name1
Intercollegiate Socialist society is mis-
leading as the society is not composed
of socialists in the narrow sense of
the word. It's aim is to promote an
intelligent understanding of socialism.
The society is in no way connected
with the socialist party or the national
sociahst organization.
Here at Michigan in past years dis-
cussion was not confined to socialism
as such, but various public questions
were taken up and radical as wel as
conservative opinion was freely ex-
Tressed.

IC E CREAM

Feeds Body and Mind -
It is a decided help in
making your work at the
University a success.

We Knew You Would Like
Our special Sunday brick. This week- we have

a new one.

There will be two layers, each

one a

delicious

new

f1avor.

Just think of

getting chocolate and orange cream all
brick.
Please send in your orders
before 9 P. M. Saturday

in-one

TR U.B E Y

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218 SOUTH MAIN
Phone 166
Note---Try our fight lunches

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T will pay you to see us before we
move to our new loction on May-
nard street as we are offering spe-
cial discounts on musical instruments.
We have exceptional values in Banjos,
Mandolins Ukeleles and Guitars.
We can supply you with the famous Leedy and
Ludwig Drum outfits which are second to none,
We also have both the King and Holton saxaphones.
Latest Popular Song and Dances-
--ffath Records and Sheet JMusic
The latest and best in music always
MEANS
ALMENDINGERS MUSIC SHOP
122 E. LIBERTY STREET ANN ARBOR

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BAND

BOUNCE

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U. of Michigan Band
Wednesday, Nov. 9th Hill Auditorium
At Eight O'clock
"Send that fighting band to Wisconsin"
Tickets at Bookstores and Campus, 50c

EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT
-ACKA'RD DANCESKennedy's P A C K A R D F I V E Orchestra
Tickets at Wahr's and Graham's Univer'ty Chaperones

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