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Women Debate Ohio State
I UIomen
Tryouts for the Junior Girs' play
will be held at 4 o'clock Monday and
Tuesday afternoons in Sarah Caswell;t
Senior society will meet at 7:15:
"clock Monday evening at Betsy Bar-
.our house.ss
Dean Jean Hamilton will be at >.
h~ome to University women from 4 to. r
-6o'clock on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Due to
illness the dean has not been able to
be at home to the women of the Uni-
versity earlier in the year. She plans
ni the future to be at home on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of each 1)liciganii W'olictien' R Mgalh c IDe i 1fg 1 a
month. In its deb>ate at Columbus Friday nigh, t his YMichigan women's teani,
~ Th clas inplayroun wor wil sipo1rtiiig the negative, lost to Ohio State ._Lftto right thecy are: :Leulah
Theclas i plygrundwor wil IFox, '23, Celina Simonson, '23, and l m uile Wt, '28.
mieet, at 2 o'clock Wednesday after.-!
nioons in Barbour gymnasium. --"
aelected captain of tbe 11318 foot- I
Any women, with the exception ofbaltmansiehigrdtonI
ktquestedto atten the nebameeting mr.and Ms. iemahis verlftion hay'~A
freshmen, who wish to try out for ace sassat oE nteVr
the advanced class in gymnastics are sity football squad.
.reqestd toattnd, he ext eetng IMr.and rs.Wiemn hve lft:for j fieiLan l'oienu's A 'tiiriuai Tve andj
which will be held, at- 4:15,'o'clock 'Los Angeles, California, where the; ~~LW
Tuesday afternoon in"Barbour gym- willmaketheirhome
nZaslum.___________
m____ Vic hig2, WC1NvoC1) s debatilngeail
The advanced class in aesthetic " OA vvcl IITAIL' Wre defeated Friday. night by those.
:dancing will meet at 4:15,o'clock Mon- of~l l1ltL ~ ( Ohio "itate university in a joint
clay and Wednesday' afternoons in Idebate held simutltaneously in Univer-
Barbour gymnasium. A AflT si; hall and at Columbus. The ques-
S lLPI M ULi.flE tiou for debate was: "Resolved, that
-ed e ureAS GAMMA hg ee mv- he Great, Lakes to the Atlantic canal
efrom 303 South Division street to ; I j tshud econlaletedI joint
213 Suth Igalls Phon numbr isI staltinand initiation crno-,Cot btino aaaadteUie
2I~lSout Inalls Phoe nmberis es for the Alpha Beta chapter of Al- lot'i ~ui aad n Uie
I710. State.."
_____pha Gamma Delta, national f raternity On the Michigan affirmative team,
T~hc~h~r 1~ti~ ~. h~ ~for women, were held at the chapter Iwnhdbtdi n roWr

Frieda Diekhoff, '24, Yone M oriya, '23,
and Florence, Fuller, '25. The nega
tive team, whilch spoke at Columbus,
was composed of Beulah Fox, '23, Cel-
ire. Simonson, '23, and Lucile Welty,
'2r.
The winning Ohio teams -were
coached by Prof. William P. Sanford,
who is a graduate of Michigan, having
debated twice on winning teams here.-
A. B. See Denounces
14 Women's Colleges
Alonzo B. See of the A. B. See Elec-
tric Elevator ompany of New York
created quite a ,stir in the educational
circles in the East recently when he
stated his views upon the women'sf
colleges in this country. Upon the
receipt of a communication from
Adelphi. College soliciting funds for

the erection of new college buildings,
Mr. See gave full vent to his feelings
.on the subject. The suin and sub-
stance of Mr. See's reply to the col-
legs was to the effect that all women's
colleges should be burned as places
in which girls learn to smoke cigar-
ettes, use slang, swxagger, becoine
1hold and brazen and acquire other
objectionable habits.
Some of Mr. See's further charges,

ored by the men, but that day is large- Roof Fire Cuses Little Damnage
1y passing. Aind this is due more per- Little damage was caused by a smlt
haps to the effect that the colleges roof fire shortly after noon yesterday
are having on the college women than in a women's roomning house at 418
anything else Nothlnt could be bet- IThompson stree. Two fire trucks
ter for the girls who are nowN in coi-j were called and the conflagration was
loge than toy-be taken out and put to, soon put out.
hard manual labor forat least a year
so that they might absorb some little lGCot a mromco rear': A Daily ctassi"
trace of sense, fled ad will fina a roomer.--Adv.

are:
When women graduate from the cal-.
loge they cannot write a legible hand.
They know nothing about' the English
language. They ceannot spell. They
are thoroughly ignorant of the things
they should know, and they have their k
brains twisted by studying, psychol-
ogy, logic, and philosophy; a lot of
stuff which could have been concoct-
ed only in the diseased brains of col-
lege professors. Brooklyn women1
used to be highly respected and hon-

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THE
GREY
SHOP
60o E. Liberty

After the Concert or the
show
Come into "The Grey,
Shop" for a "Buffalo"
Mavis French and Nunnally's
gSouthern Chocolates

STARTING TODAY

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A R DEN

A. are due on or before Dec. 8. Many
November piledges are still unpaid,
;nd those who wish to pay them may
do so any day this week.
Hlouse, ure. idents are requested to
bring the November slips for signing
out to the office of the dean of women.
EFormer Michi*gan
Students Marry.,

hlouse, 608 Monroe St., Fkridtay after-
noon and evening. Alpha (Iarm:h.1Del-
ta is now the fifteenth national Parr-
Hellenic sorority on t;he camipus.
The formal initiation and installa-
tion 'was conducted by lliss Louise
Leonard, Grand Pres-Ident_ of Alph l
Gamma Delta, an alumna of the Al-
pha chapter of the fraternity, at Syra-
cuse University, Syracuise, New York.
She was, assisted by members of var-I
ious sister chapters. Alpha Beta is the
twenty-eighth chapter of Alpha Gai-
mna Delta, which was founded at Syra-

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Assisted by

MAX GEGNE, VIOLONCELLIST

and

EMIL. PLAK, PIANIST

cuse University in 1904.
A11unonent has been made of,j Twenty-three members, of the local
the marriage~ of Miss Margaret Gates s orority, which up to this time 1.us.
Vogel to Elton Ewart Wieman, '19, been known as'Alphia.Kappa, were in-
wich took place at 4 o'clock yester- itiated as charter members. After
t y afternoon at' the' Congregational! the ceremonies the formal initiatiomn
church in Chelsea, Mich.r Dr. A. L.f banquet was held at te Union. Yes-
Wilkinson of Ann Arbor per for me4 terday afternoon the new chapter held
the ceremony. a tea in honor of the guests and in-
Helen E. Vogel, 'a sister' of the bride stalling .officers.
acted as maid of honor. The best man
was LeGrabd A. Gaines, '21E. Donald Meigo ae otoe
J. Porter, '21, Fred J. Pretty, '21,Isar- ih n ae a
old Votey, '22, and Maynard Newton, Mihia Dms a postponed its:
regular meeting from 8 o'clock on
'22, acted as ushers.. T
Miss Vogel attended the University Tuesday evening, Dec. 5, to 8 oCnoCh
of Michigan for two years and was a Io ensa vnnDc 3 h
inembe r of Kappa Alpha Theta soror- meeting to be held in the parlors of
ity. She is a graduate of Vassar col-E Helen Newberry residence. At 8: 30
lege. Mr. W'iemzan is a member of ;'clock, following the business mieet-
Kappa Sigma and Phi Beta Kappa.' He i ng, Professor A. Franklin ,hall wl
_____________________________ Ilecture on "Creatures o1f EIV ironjI
_______________________ __________ment".
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Tues day,

December
Eastern Time

5,

8 P.M.

iMs. 117. . Winman, who was Mis i
Marugaret Vogel until her .marriage
yesterday to E+lton E. Wiciran, '19.
tfrnirc camtain and coach of the Var-
Stumdent (de.sires to tend furnace for
rocom or cash. Box A.Z.-Adv.

AT' THE: THEATERS
Screen-Today
Arcad-Charles Ray in "Alias
Julius Caesar;" and Christie
comedy, "Choose- Your Wea
Pons."
Majestic- Constance Talmadge
in "last is West;",and Edu-
cational comedy, "Crash," with
Jimmy .Adams.

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Taxi.-Ady.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

A limited number of stage seats are available
at the School of Music

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Orpheum - "Some
presented by the
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Wild Oats,"
Socialfly-

The Dog that makes you
choke and cheer!

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W!hat's, cw.2 The latcst
;frocks to arrive feature cir-
ciular skirts, display Bert/ia
:collars land give considcr-'
fable promnncc to P'aisley
in jacgsuete effects an4 in
comlibinatio:n willsvelvet!

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Wuerth -- Jerold
"Grandma's Boy;"ry.
of Fortune," with
De La Motte.

Lloyd in
and "Fools
Marguerite

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Stag4-=TIids Week
G (arrick (Detroit)-Pauline Fred-
e rica In "The Guilty One," anm
A AL H.Woods production.
Shubert - Michigan, (Detroit) --
IBonsteile company, in "EastA
Side-West Side."'

CREATING
A FURORE
OF TRILLS

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Silk frocks of
caton and satin-
Faced .crepes di -
play circular and
Sl r a p e di skirts.
Sonic vse is made
of Paisey in over-
b Jo it s'e effects.
Nav'y, black and
brosun. $32.50 t0
$6.50.

YOU TSAKE YOUR LIFE
I1 YOUR HANDSI
when you cross a crowded street=
where the traffic endangers and where
you must keep eyes and ears open
every second. With a policy of our
strongly protected accident insurance,
you can cross any -street with a feel-
ing that your loved ones are safe, from
want. Besides, your own peace of
mind must be considered.

NOT JUST REPEATING -
BUT OUTDOING, ECLIPSING
HIS TIRIUMPHS OF
"THE SILENT CALL"

Exquisite But Quite -
Inexpensive;
Are These frocks;:
EVER coulso
~ Inmuch beauty
bebought at so
small a cost ! We could
.have waited to mark
these dresses so low! .But
holidays are coming! Arid
they will make gay
hours gayer still !

Namy blute is
cur'ly iraer's ,most
fa'vored color .for[
frocks of 'wool..
'Tese are Poiret
dery trim.- of yarn,
silk and )nrt at
tt r' e a d~s " hery
smaart.. $27.59 to
$65.

A giaittt dog gu~arding~ a babe
in the snows. F~a mtsbhe
wolves slinkinig belhind. A
silver slie-wolf calling to
woo. Through the night ai
demnented imother crying for
her child! There's where the
drama 'comes from!o
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possible thought that this is an

ktake this precaution against any 4
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is unusual and compares with only one picture ever miade and~
that was "The Silent Call" with the same cast in this offering.

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