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_____________ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I. BT TA TRYOUTS VcelLndN When
ILL E HLDTMOROW'Prolongs V isit DRRDAEDNEMrig
___ArI LANE I DTRIT"The Michigan Mongrel"s
110TMORW Vachel Lindsay extended his Ann A- N E N O T OT Barks
Tryouts or the id-West lea u bor visit over yesterday as the guest T m ro
ehating team for all men not inem- Iof the WhTlimsies staff, under whose {secPlanare being i n completed frteByOe
)rs of either of the 'two public spea- kaspcshe lectured Monday night. He!Cmu.n oite ilbehl t7ocok1wsetrsie a ucena h aeod annaltri hin wilnderSldorad- ens
.omorrow night in room '402, Mason Delta Sigma Phi house yesterday noon held Dec. 19 at Hotel Stevenson. The
3al1, it was announced yesterday byj and afterwards read a few of his music will be furnished by Bergen's
rof. L. M. Eich of the public speak- poems. Dean J. R. Effgroftei-ochsaofFint,,o helt rcetaand every efr 1@1111@11@111@1111111(1111111i11E111121611111111116
rig departmnent. l rr college, Prof. R. W. Cowden, of of Fint
At this time each tryout will givea the rhetoric department, and Prof. R. ;has been made to make this even
yve-minute speech on some phase of 'D. T. Hollister, of the public speak-; more o success than the one held: v
:e question that will be debated this (ing department, were also present. last year. p-U,(
ear. The question that is to he users Mr. Lindsay was entertained At din- Tickets fr the dane, which is to ' he N ecom b-E nico=t
i the contest is; Resolved, that the ner last night by Mr. and Mrs Gilbert be informal, are on sale now at both, w-
rain age project of the Chicago Sai- Doane, after whichi he met the memn- of Graham's bookstores. The numn- ItT flyflI
ary commission, insofar as it involves hers of the Gradlu ~t Writers' club. He her is limited to 150 to avoid havingl'i9,ma
.he diversion from1 Lake Michigan of expects to lecture t Alnia colege andk a larger crowd than the ballroom 'can .-
ruchquanity f waer a maybe ne- accommodate comfortably. Tickts;.
uch uanityof ate asmaybe ec-will" then spend a few days in C thicago are priced at 2.50.
ssr opoieaeut aiainbefore returning- to Guzlfpori° coizllege, AnouceTh
'or the city of Chicago, should be per- CGulfport, Miss., where hie is a member; The patrons and patronesses are asrAno ceTa
ranently guaranteed (international of the faculty.folw:PeintE rtuH ry3:w
treaty 'rights 'waived)." ________ Hutchins and Mrs. H-utchinis, Dean!;
The8 debate which as usual will Le Wilbur Rt Humphreys and Mrs. Hum- MrIA.R S
yith the Universities of Illinois and Su Ivan bncoZ f ers phreys, Prof. Louis C. Karpinski anda
6isconsin will be held the third Fri- '' i Mrs. Karpinski, Mr. and MVrs. Car-E
lay in March. Alpha Nu and Adelphi, .L1 e iV vU ~~~~~ ence Johnston, and Miss MaroRpeetn h utmTioigDprmn
ublic speaking societies, have been- Blood.d
equested to have their tryouts chzos A marked increase in the nu~l'ber o
nte by tee Fia.the finalpenelmna tio-npisi and ian., Ihas charactezixizC the among Michigan's best mitt artists. eb he"' ~' ' '
ontst bewen te ndeenenttr-boxing j'rogram under the direct }on of Besides these men, Sully has most willV be at the amJipus Ivotetr
nits and those chosen from the two °7Ted Sullivan, since the 6footbfl sea- of his stars back from last year aind I_ =
societies will be held after Christmas so has clos6d, some more men in his classes who_ -
acation. bloodSr.
Nbod lways helps an ihsti- will bear watching as soon as they , ,4SO T 'AT \
tzt o nd h ox n a e at A if u n mo e t m ra n n . Co eie gary is not anl exception. Several !Sullivan is- in hopes of w hipping i
newon'erswit markted adatationx to shape the best boxing team in the ;+
Civic WVorker Dies to the requiiremnents of a first clan history of the school. i W ednesday, Deceber 12th
___ringman have been uncovered ,during .-
Mrs. Edna F ormhals, 53 years old, tepstwes fseaygin n*t. 5"0So to $2560
°euiesceayo h n ro Sully already has enough men Whed .hat. 60a to $1i S0 ^°
training to give most any good boxing st a.1o1oK200
;omnnunity Fund assocation, died in a team a battle in every bout. Sa.a. to-eligfrgn nd omsccuom alrdfbisad-
cal. hospital of meningitis late yes- Oeo h pht iknofgt~ SECON SMASIIING WEEK JEra
6ra afternoon. wth the middleweights and is reputedlCA And The CANARYred-owadinrstsndvrct.
Mrs. Formhals was the organizer and to have a. heavy attgk as well as cotn rluJ c I AUGHS! SHOI St
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ON' BRUNSWICK. RECORDS

The great music-king himself. With hiis whole repertoire
of fascinating toe-tickling tunes.
Hear his orchestra on Brunswick Records-always some-
thing new! The most popular of ISHAM JONES' melodious
dances are on sale now, at the nearest Brunswick dealer's.
He will gladly play themi for you to assist you in mak-
ing your selection.

Hsere are some of the latest Isham Janes
Forgetful Blues-Fox Trot 2531
'Heath Egyptian Skies-Fox Trot VICh
Oh! Jla roll 217
1-enpeeked .Blues75
What Could Be Sweeter Z 171
All Wrong
Stealing to Virginia-Fox "Trot ~20
Mama Loves 'apa- Fax Trot I 75e.
Easy Melody-Fox Trot ,250
Somebody's Wrong-Fox Trot :5<'
SIagin' Down the Lane 23
111o's Sorry Now 75c
-The Sign of Musical Pres ige

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P.HONOGRAPHS A'N I) RECORDS)

ies orfkPontiac. After gradluation from
errien Springs high school and a
hort business career in Chicago she
arried in 1894 George 'Formhals,
Tanager of the Rambler Bicycle corgi-
any, Who preceeded her- in death.
rs. Formnhals was a member of the
,orth Woodward Congregational
hurch, Detroit.
Funeral services probably will be
eld Friday.
ICHIGA" AND% 'D NIY WILL-
NOT MIEET NEXT' SEASON
Annapolis, Mtd., Dec. 11.- (ByA.P.)-
lavy and the University of Michigan
ill not mee9t on the gridiron next'
eason, it was announced by the
avy athletic association, today. MVich-
~an found the proposed dlate, Oct. l1,
o near their big game with Illinois,
fctober 18.
Navy' now hopes to bill the dlate
id to be the only vacant one on
ie schedi le with qu other strong
lti i~ghiit 'wasp 'roped toQ meet
.e of the leading mid-w estern~

tacks of the men Who" have been spar-
ring with him. Another 158 pounder
of promise, Symeser, packs a good left
at long range and with training -will
win the approval of the. fans at the
annual boxing show next March.
Nagie, a former sparring partner of
Sunny Raines, lightweight champitn
of D. A. C.,. is performing daily and
is due to take a fall out of the favor-
ites before the present season ends.
Fans have already witnessed his work
with approval and feel that eventually
he will come to have a leading place

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Little Jen Sute sat weeping on the silken cushions in the
palace of the great Lord of Thundergate.
Tphe temple bells had just proclaimed her the bride of the
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But Jon Sue was white, stolen and sold as a slave.
In stalked the Lord of Thundergate, reaching out to take
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