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TI ITE M1CHTGA& DAILY _______

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DEBATE TEAM HOEN
FflR I FAIIIF COAN1R

Killed By Klan

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UII LLnIUUL UU64 JI:Lr==
PUB LIC SPEI 'iN(1 I) EA IT ll XI IN .K .:....
FINAL TRYOUT
Michigan's Varsity debating team
which will debate in the Central
league contest between Northwestern
university and the University 01: Chi-
sago in January was chosen the past
week-end after the final tryout was:";:
held in' Mason hail.
Those who will argue on the affirm-
ative side ,of the question are Ray L,:.:;" .;.::As
Alexander, '24, Norman B. Johnson,'
'25, and Williamn Schrier, '24. Elmer } 1 :. ~::.'lyy1
H. Salzman, '25, will be an alternate;:' : ;",
for, the affirmative group. The nega-
tive trio will be James J. Dunn, '26, ~
Horace W. Glasgow, '24, and Melvin
H1. Specter, '25, with Howard E. Wah- ! ebokI5 ciga lent.
The above men were chosen after
a debate had been held between the! F f
v r o s c n e t n s w o h d s r i e ,dte p e i u pr l m n r co t s!'Mem bers of the faculty of the public
speaking department acted as judges.1Wllilam S. Coburn,
The question which will be used this!
year is: Resolved, that the United ~imyhn o ti u i a
States should enact a law giving to1 planning to ruin me." This is the
statement attributed to Phillip E. Fox,
strikers and their concomitant activi- publicity -representative for the Im-
ties the& same legality they are givenpeaPlcendeioofteKgh
under the English industrial disputes 1 atswk, Ku Klux Klan paper, when poi-
act of 1906 (constitutionality granted).; ice a.r esteda him for the murder of
Wiliam S.. Coburn. The latter, at-
nr~nnl nnnnv tirinZ for the Simmons faction of the
lit lliti IJIUVI fl~ ~ x . K. K., was shot ;and killed as he sat
U NIT CHOK''PR Oin his office in the Atlanta Trust corn-

M HE .EJ jff pny i lHwking, tenofficia.oranho
iii I hL I~ the Evans faction, opposed to Imper- il W zr i m n n i ol w
R~esuting from the war the althetic ers
association is waging unnri ticket!M - -_

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These twvo navy airmen recently' scalpers are the arrests of Peter SaedY
broake the world's records -n a speed o eritogtt eapoesoa purpose. Saied plead not guilty Sat-it huh ob
duel at Mitchell Field, N. Y. Williams urday andI his case has been set for
ofsinmade an average record of 266.6 miles ticket maniplator and race t rack tout, Tu'lesday.
who is charged with larceny and C. D,
an hour ,over a three-kilometer course. Cato'ntecag fsapn.~Ticket scalping at the Marines game
Brow, howover, traveled taster than believe," said Harry Tillotson, busi- resulted in the arrest and conviction
ever mortal man h11ad, doing one leg' esmngrothahlicsoc- on scalping charges of C. D. Castro of'
With the wind at a rate of 274.2 miles n"thaage f he atheoftic a si-Antro ewa ragndbfr
an hour.tontatw aeoe ftems judge John D. Thomas' court Satur-
______________________________noted crooks in Detroit." a ih n Iie 2 ad$.0I
Saed was given the position of costs. tad ied$5an 6.0i
Fosters ' oretell 'ticket taker at the Ohio State-MVichi- c. .
Op r p e rn egan game. He was stationed at the FI t " t ecn w T
Opera Appearance mainentrance to Ferry field. When. fS e 7
-- he took, tickets, instead of putting the N l
apa-torn stubs ,in a box for that purpose,
Signs foretelling the first heppas ed-them outside the fied to a
ante of the annual Union Opera Dec. aomplicemanouthise man sld thAnuneethaaenmaeta
3 ,at the Whitney theater have been Astubsemnath$5beapiece.ha
noticeable' within the last week. "Websat$ha opostieprofoeti the first issue of the Michigan Technic.,
The programs for the musical corn- practice by the roan," said Mr. Tillot- will appear Thursdlay. A unique cover
edy went to press Saturday. afternoon.
They will contain some new faue son, "so we gave, him the same job, design features the outside of the mag-
ftm'e at .the Marines game." azine.' For the first 'time in the publi-
ona amng hic tels n.,a cncie iSaed used, the same tactics at Sat- cation s history, the, paper is being
way the meaning of the Mimes thea-. '~urday's game, and as he left the gate riedotf i Ab.
tethe s of the Oites fr°ndome- to talk to' his accomplice after the Ami article, acopne by novel
Thig he gatiiti: es:aornted'Uitnh game had :started, he was arrested for cuts,;:by Col. Jarhes G. Steese, head of
having in his possession stubs that all ;governmenty engilIeering in Alaska,
cutsandcolr~ton.should have been placed immediately is inmong the t sics dea~lt' with in the
During' the' last :week the Central uipon collection in the box, for. that lirstissue of th 11year.
press. association has released to" its'___________________________________________
newspapers mats for cuts of Lionel.
Ames, '24,. Articles on the men in this u
year's production and on the nature of'
the Opera have appearedl in newpaperas
throughout the country.+
The work. of the cast and choruses;
Is rapidly apbroaching a presentable 1
state.

Ls-Servic6 Men Attend Receptionp
Many ex-service men and women at-!
tended the reception Sunda y which!
was given in their honor by Betsy;'
Barbour dormitory. The party, iwhih!
is an annual affair, was held immed- j
iately after the services in Hill audi-
torium. The guest were entertained'
by Lyda Thatcher, '2, who sang a,
solo, and Marguerite Shattuck, '27,
who played piano selections. Later
in the evening refreshments were ser-'vd
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