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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ITS SEECTED FOR
ISITY DEBATE TEAM

OFFICIAL "EYES" OF AMERICA
GATHER AT BERLIN CONFERENCE

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18 MEN CHOSEN FROM ADELPHI
lNDE~PEM)ENTS, AN) AL-
P1IA NU
Eighteen persons have been chosen
to tryout for the Varsity debate team.
This includes six members of the Al-
pha Nu debating society, six from the
Adelphi House of Representatives,
and six independents.
The six independents who were
chosen yesterday morning by the in-
structors in the public speaking de-
partment in room 302 of Mason hall
are: F. H. Backstrom, '24, K. F. Clar-
dy, '24, J. P. Comstock, '24, J. Joseph,.
'24, D. J. Seder, '24, and M. H. Spec-
ter, '25. These contestants and the
others trying out gave six minute
speeches on some phase of the ques-
tion that will be used this year on
Jan. 19, in the triangular debate with
Chicago and Northwestern universi-
ties. The question for debate this year
is, Resolved: Thiat the United States
should adopt the British system of
unemployment insurance.
Members of the Alpha Nu debating
society chose their representatives to
tryout for the -varsity debating team
in the meeting this week. They are:
J. K. Dunn, '24, T. J. Donahue, '23, F.
J. Ortman, '23, R. A. McFarland, '23,
C. E. Hodgman, '24, and E. H4. Salz-
man, '25.
The Adelphi in their weekly meet-,
ingchose the following persons from
their society: T. F. Clifford, '25, R. H.
De Weese, Jr., '25, D. O. Cook, '24, A:
C. Bean, '23, R. L. Alexander, '24, ano
L. J. Glasgow, '25.
From these eighteen try'outs six
will be finally chosen for the afirma-
tive and negative varsity teams. At
;8 o'clock Saturday morning, Nov. 11,
in room 302 of Mason hall, the number
will be reduced to twelve and on the
following week the teams will be pick-
ed. The tryouts will be required tc
give six-minute speeches on any phase
of the question and will be expected
to deal with this phase' intensively.
The talks will be given by tryouts in
alphabetical order. All trying out
must hand in a brief on one side of
the question, according to Prof. R. K..
Immel of the public speaking depart-
ment.
Funeral services for Dr. Barton S.
Partridge, 71hyears ofeage, of Lansing,
Mich., was held here Monday. Dr.I
Barton, one of Lansing's leading men,
was a former dean of the Medical
school of the Ohio State University.
His body will be taken to Rochester,
N. Y., for burial.

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STATE STREET
WHITNEY, THEATRE
Sunday, November 12

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.The ambassadors snapped aflter their conf erenco
The ambassadors from the United States to the middle European countries conferred in Berlin recently
at the calling of Ambassador Hought on to discuss the conditions in middl e Europe. Left to right:.Ambassadors
Washburn, to Austria; Castloe, 'attache 'to state ,department at Washing ton; Bientano to Hungary; Grew to
Switzerland; Gibson to Poland, and H oughton, to Germany. Conditions in central urope were discussed by the
diplomats.

SCHOOL DEBATE PLANNED

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STATE HIGH SCHOOLS
COMPETE IN TITLE
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APARTMENT HOUSE in the purchase o1 the property by a
r fraternity.
PROEC'T'DEFEATEDaM r
TEhis action was caused by prepara-
tions made by a Detroit contractor te
No apartment house will be erected erect a three-story apartment house
on the corner of Washtenaw avenue on this corner early in October. The
and Hill street as a result of the piur- building was to occupy the whole lot
chase of two of the lots by an associa- protruding beyond the building line

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To Send
Ambassador

Plans for the Michigan High School
Debating league have been completed,
and the schedule for this year's de-
bates has been drawn up by the Ex-
tension division of the University.-
More than 140 schools throughout the
state have joined the league and will
compete for the state title. The ques-
tion which will be debated this year
is: "Resolved, That the United States,
and Canada jointly should construct
the deep-water way to the Atlantic by
way of the St. Lawrence river, as
proposed in the report of the. Interna-
tional joint commission, submitted toj
Congress, January, 1922."
The first debate will be held on
Dec. 8. Ann Arbor high school will
debate,with the Ypsilanti highschool
at that time. A series of; four pre-'
liminary debates will be held before
any of the elimination takes plate.
After these debates, teams represent-
ing 16 different high "chools will be
chosen. Elimination will continue un-
til two teams remain. These two teams
will meet in Ann Arbor next May to
decide the state championship. At
that time the visiting debaters will be
entertained by the University Orator-
ical association and bronze cups will
be given to both the state champion
and the runners up:
Carl G. Brandt, of the public speak-j
ing department, is state manager of
the league and has completed the
schedule that has been sent out to
the different teams of the state.
The title was won last year by Al-
legan with Durand high school the
runner-up. Each member of the
league may have two teams, an af-
firmative and a negative, but only one
team may debate at one time.. The
general plan is to have the teams de-
bate once at home and once away.

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SEAT SALE FRIDAY

tion of the residents of the locality.
An option has been secured on the
third lot. J'
The residents' coaltion 'will res,1l1
the property with the condition t .a
the buyer conform to building restric-
tionswhich they have decided upon.
Negotiations are now under way
which will in all probability result

of neighboring houses and rising
three feet from the sidewalk on Wash-
tenaw avenue. The work of clearing
the lot had been carried so far that
many of the old forest trees on the
lot had been removed.
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Baron Romano Avezzano
eBaron Romano Avezzanqj, former
ambassador to the United States from
Italy, shortly will return to Washing-
ington to succeed Vittorio Rolandi-
Ricci, who hos been recalled. Ricci
succeeded Avezzano in Washington in
1920.
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