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INC H [[~[SRepresentatives Plan Meeting
, - ti Sunday To Discuss Union Fair


dance floor at one end, and the many bor to compete against the Varsity af-
other things common to a circus. The firmative trio.

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fIIFatr!t aid group represena-I will have charge of the organizations. avriig
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Unlvgrsity Will be Represented at An. Sunday afternoon in the reading man of the Fair. The remainder offlrir
null Colege Association for room of the Union to discuss plans' his committee that will assist in the j flI
First Time I for the Union Fair that wil be held preparations for the event will be ap- I v
i n t e Y o st f el o u e o n l a c 7 a n d # p o n ed w th n a fe w d a y s O
UTJRTQN TO 0:1YVE MAIN TALK 8. Etach of these groups will pre- Surrounding the field house will be runR A
AT OPENING DINNER JAN. 10 sent a side show act or some other I a number of booths and sideshowst
form of entertainment at the air. each oif whichis in charge of a fra-'
Dean ,John ;I Effinger of the liter-' Letters have been sent to the fra-t ternity or society In order to stim-I' With the i
~ry' col~il~e 'will leave this afternoon trnities and ohersociies on the cam- ulate- interest on the part of theseI the Unvers
to attend the tenth annual meti.g of pus asking them to appoint a rep-i organzations, two cups will be given western uni
the association of American colleges resentative to have complete charge( by the Union, the one in the group the Varsity
which will be held in sew York city) of the preparations for the Fair for! turning in the ms moneyan:te4 debating te,
from January 10 to 12. It is at this 1 the group. These reresentatives will I other to the one with what is judgedin aei
convention that President Marion !L. receiiio their first instructions andi to be the est form of entertainment:ting .cnatri
Buron s t bethemai spake ofsuggestions at the meting Sunday. It is planned to have the middle of o"deat
Burtonis to e the.main seaker f I fo llae
the opening dinner which will ?be Charles Livingston. '25, has been ap- the feld house devoted to stagesfoI teams are
givn tmorow igh. Te PesientPointed -'t head the~ committee that circus acts and boxing matches, codngt
is now enroute to New York from the public
Florida. Il is working
The association is composed of a IES TflI\ teams are
large group of small colleges in the' LAT TIM AY /Iy and 'the
U~nted States, and at the present time A 3rIag1iIiceint Pi(turiation of rounding i
there are about 11 colleges who are Frnces Hlodgsoui Bpriett'.S The. Mih
applying for membership in the or- Goiu o c journey to
ganization. Dean Effinger will act(1o~tv Nortiweste
as the representative of the literary1 the day set
college of this University.j cago negati
Included among the speakers who1F
will address the various sessions of s
the annual meeting are a large num-w.
ity of them being the heads of small L ady
ber ofcolee reidnt, hemaor
colleges. tt ni
This is the first time that the Uni-1x
versity has. had a :representative at I'
th oe meeting, ahe lirary college hav-s
ig beomh mmer last March. WITHj yo
Jack Kelley, '24L, president of the NOORarsHutr
Student Council, addressed a gather-, "CALL T E W GOA9fals HCatroon
ing of 300 boys at a banquet in Jack-AFbe ato I
ion last night, which was sponsored A Christie Comedy l
by the X. M. C. A. of that city. Other -THURSDAY- I Mtinees taelis
B~pakers were Bishoip Henderson, and 'einsIAUN
Prank Smith, captain of the Albion Kipling's "The Light that Failed" veinn 5cm
foutball' team. Kelley went to Jack- itueZa9r~non as 0-
son under the auspices of the S. C. A. -ONCOSANETAMDG1n1A1),(1RUSM 1)
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Ibe given over to side-
leville acts, shooting gal-
wheels and similar feat-
a. barker in front of each
his wares.


The question which will be discuss- f
ed is: Resolved, that the United States
and their concomitant activities they
should enact a law giving to strikers
same legality they are given under the
Industrial Disputes act of 1906 (con- 1
stitutionality granted). This act has
been in. force in' England and since,
the above date and it is said that the
question is furnishing much room for,
interesting argument.
Those who are working with the1
debate teams, in addition' to Prof es-
sor Etch, are Gail E. Densmore of the
public speaking department, and K
F. Clardy, '25L, a former Varsity de-


!Central league debate with
sity of Chicago and North-
dversity only ,10 days .away
Yaffirmiative andi negativel
ears are, at work prepar-
Al for; rebuttal and prac-I
>tructive- speeches. "Head-

ILondon, Jan. 8.-A: dinner was giv-
en in a dining' room of the House of;

s between the two local Commons to 16u of the 19 member.- of~
being herd often, and ac- Parliament who have served time inj
Prof. Louis Mv. Eich, of prison.
speaking department, whoI_________
with the debaters, the Prs a.8-h eso fPri
"coming along successful-jPrs a.8-h eso fPri
constructive speeches are C ament now open will be closed by the
.to shape satisfactorily"r advent of another Chamber, May 31:
higan negative team will and the next, to be elected in May, will
V +vanston to meet the, meet June 1.
rn affirmative team .Jan. 18
tfor the contest. The. Chi- it's true efficiency to use Daily,
ye team will be in Ann Ar- Classileds.-Adv.

uinits have to make up this work their
first sem-ester and are given no Uni-
FREHME1INERVEWE versity credit for such work. Many of
testudents who have been inter-
ON E TRAN E C ITSviewed hare been under the im-
ON ETRA CE .REDTSIpression that this work would give
thmUniversity as well as entrance
Freshmian students in the literaryII credit.
college, numbering 135, havve been in- -______
terviewed in the past 'few days byg aily classified for real- results.
Lillian A. Hughes, assistant to Reg-___
istrar Arthur G. Hall, concerning con-j
tional entrance. -s m s
Students who have entered the coll- 3 ff
ege without some of the required 121 w I

Limiteds: 6 a. p., 9:10 a. mn. and
every two hours to 9:10 p. mn.
Express: 7 a. i., 8 a. m. and ev'ery
two hours to 8 p. mn. I
Locals: 7 a. in., 8:55 a. in. and'
every two hours to 8:55 p. i.,
11 p. mn. To Ypsilanti only, 11:40
p. mn., 12:25 a. mn. and 1:15 a. mn.
Limiteds: 8:47 a. mn. and every two
hours to 8:48 p. mn.
Exnress (making local stops): 9:50
a:.in. and every two hours to i.50
P. in.
Locals: 7:50 'a. in., 12:10 a. in.
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for her at the drop of the hat.
Remember all the glorious adventures, the madh-cap scrapes.,
the joy and zest of life.
Live over again with Richard Barthelmess and Dorothy Mack-
aill all the glowing days in the springtime of life in a picture
full oft

Sale on, Sports


O UJR after Christmas Clearance Sale
is in full swing. .Included in this
sale are coats, suits, dresses, hose, blouses
--all the garments needed for sports wear.
Radical reductions in price, combined
with skating weather make these wool
hose, on sale here, eagerly sou~ght af ter.
Also silk and wool, woolen gauntlet
gloves, and a few sweaters for the maid
WhnJefiz r &Vi f n Madq


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