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'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1924 AITRE

THE MICIGAN DAILY

PAGE . 'T HRE

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o DAES' L[AU[ December Issue Of Gargoyle
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Arranigemets for Mlanagig Legu
- Vnd~er The Supervision Of
Extesion I)iviiolI
FINALS IN ANN ARBOR
With approximately 175 high schools
of the state entered, the Michigan
igh School Debating league, which
is under the auspices of the Extension
Division of the university, is now
completely organized and the first
debates held. Each school engages in
five preliminary debates and 16 will
qualify for the eliminating series
which leads to the final championship
debate which is annually held in Ann
Arbor in the early spring.
All schools in the league debate on
the same dlate according to schedule!
arranged by Gail E. Densmore of the
pubic speaking department, director "
of the league. On the opening night
several weeks ago, a total of 1,94
spectators witnessed the 79 debates
held throughout the state. Six of the
(ldebates have not been heard from yet}
and the final total is expected to -pass
the 12,000 mark. The Extension office
is keeping record of the atted~ace!
at each (debate for the entire season.
Forty-four affirmative victories were
reported to 29 negative. The next
(ate, the second of this season, is
u. December 12. In these preliminary
debates the winning team is aarded
po ns w i h a e r c r e y teleague director. On the basis of the
number of points won, in the first five
debates, 96 schools qualify for the
"It'6fnal elimination round.
The. last debate of the season is
Nheld in Ann Arbor anl determines the
r1ampionsbip debating squad of the
state. Every large high school inj
;I_ Nichigan is a member of the league'
this year besides the large majority
,of the smaller schools. However,
F" Romeo, a town of 1500, won te cha-
pionship last year.
All arrangements of the managing
~''o th league are done by the Exten-
sindivision of the University. Since
;lb the organization of the league therej
>rhas been a steady growth in its size!
j<I and in interest throughout the state.
This year's season holds promise of the
l most success which the league has yet
received. For the first debate, a totalf1,9spcarshwealrg
Samount of attention to debating in the
.'secondary schools of Michigan.
EXPUCT TO ET AL Of
COMMUNITY F UND BUDGET
Walter P Staeber, president of the
Community Fund association, yeser-
day expressed his thanks for the sup-
lr$t offered by the citizens of Ann
S Arbor in the community chest drive.
"Especially (d0 I wish to thank the
Sfaculty group for the wonderful co-
operaton they have given in soicit-
luig and in subscribing to the fund,"
-aidl Mr. Staebler.
A telephone campaign started last
4jnight will end next Monday. The
"~' drve thus far" has reached the total'
* of $47,271 and officers of the drive are
S #onfident that the teephone campin
k p'660ing 1000 men, will successfully "
r ennplete the necessary $49,000 called r
for by the budget-
MISSOURI,/ UNIVERSITY
r GiVEN AFRCAN TROPHIES
Columbia, Mo., Dec. 3. - Afrian
Strophies, including weapons, imple-,
Snents, clothing, and domestic articles, I
Scollected by Dr. Richard L. Sutton, of
Xansas City, who conucted an expedi-
f, Lion on the Dark continent during
44 1923-24, have been presented to the
b Unjiiivesity of Missouri. Dr. Sutton
c' rted s spcial crcprectati cc of the
Snatural lLtory (epartment of the uni-
ersity, andl his collection will e pac-
ed in the university museum of nat r-

uil history.I
C41endar Depicts
New Campus- Views
One of the most complete collection
of pictulres of the University campus'
(,ver printed are contained in the0125
Michigan calendar published by Wahr's;
l bookstores. There are 20 pictures in
~' the collect ion which include most of
t~ the University bluildings. All of those
buildings finished this year are in-k
cluded along with the new University
This year's edition of the calendar
, is 1 ,500 (clpies, 200) of which have been
Ssold in the two weeks they have been
on .gale.
A Berlin, Dec. 3.-=Professor JDoeg-en
,~ sgoing to the Unitedl States to get
x American soldier voices to comnple
,~his collection of songs sung by sold-
V iers of all nations (luring the World
~war. The voices are recorded in silv-
er dr(isks by means of a special phon-j
ogralph device and stored away in the
Prussian State 'library.

Gargoyle's December number will go cut, and~ article before having thet
on sale on the campus today, the is-; magazine set up rather than after.
sue being markedI by Christmas Jokes, F'eatures fro.,m the pen of John P.
puns, andl cartoons designed to call to Lee, '27, once more hold prominent
studlent mind thoughts of the ap-' place in the magazine, the chief of his
proaching holidays. In this issue the' works being the frontispiece, "'Christ-
editors have ,attempl'ted to systematize mas,'' whichI is a little po0em on how
the make-up and heave fitto,!c; "st~ory, times> have changed, andl 'The Dea-
W i741A wait ;gins nAror during
i :vnf t~rtaJ.1 !he ;ol iday ses.on is raised in a on-
:iributiomi entitled, "I Like Chiristmnas,''
a1 ;(done by 1lal .ey Davidson, '25, man::g-
Stu en s .iUZ ilg (editor1'of Oie (iargoyle, and Donald
Foel'n aIio*" Conecy, '25p. The issue also has a de-
' hluge of jokes, on tie present craze,
-- ~sord-j,." G,,rgtoyle also in-1
Following the annual c-stome- eludes a uleUZlC orthe oonefit of its
tablished at this Tniversity four years readers.

I'i'efiessor Camlls;i'Edeavor t> M le
Condulct Off ._' z1 IU-c:i& ?can-
pa4;Iigus2a t.'.'.} a;aend nd1:er the
control of tie()f,,deral go\ er n~feit,
whi h is beileg proposed ini a bill Ih
8ensltor 'i'. II. (r" way, i )cniocraiz-
;en ator fiJn Arkiansas, x« as declared
tO bie i.3 °absurlId jEOP )sal by Proi.
1 lioivmis , ed.of i'politic al
sck'ee (cpatiielmt, esterdai:yat
I11001.
Governs :ens .r ? uia' til 0of e(5>
pt"n tUres of the v_ v:c,,uS ')it C i
par-ties in 'iUse nat ia:) l <(a ;. i1
.i4. v 'i i * ?^1rgh to, " , sh'I tI -: .t
Reed, 'Tut Is0_1ano8, ''J
f01 tiie adlopt in of a i ; :
[he feflera itgoti<.nnmen Lto pa ihc~
aeseS.'
The p~roposed law is preposterous,
accordinug to the, professor, in its adi-
vocating that the individullai (5 m])Iaigns
of cppoxsing political factions be fi-
nan,°edleby the government, due to the
mny 01! ticiiltcawhich vwoul'd ar.'.e
in the adventl of any inew partiesIle

pointed to the LaFollette organization
of the recent campaign ,and raised
t he question as to how the Senator
',vould heave taken care of such a sit-
ntat io~n.
"The bwill looks more like an attempt
cn1 tlhe1hat-t of Senator Caraway to'
p et a little publicity in the news-
1) peers than anything else," comment-
(d '- ~ofessor heed. "In fact. it is pure
meek and should be looked upon as
neomiot only by the senate but by
tim e, fele.''
tPlaque Marks
Place Where
Old Elm S tood
On the floor of Dean A. H. Lloyd'sI
.efue,; in the new literary building,
.amnt 1014, is a small bronze plaque,I
roasng:"More than half a century
t ro stood the class tree of '69, grow,-j
' to4;-C a mighty elm." It marks the
exac:t spot where the historic elm
,ai tcrly stood. It is now in front of
Ie literary building.
!Mhen construction of the new build-
ing; was started two years ago, suf-
ficient funds were raised through.
con tribhut ions to defray costs' of mov-
ing [Ic tree. When cold weather
c .nlc. aind the tree had not yet found
a new resting place, a tent was erect-'
eJl over it, and fires were built to
wltyari and alive until it could
find newv root in the ground.

To Be Naval Head Purdom Outlines
Education Thesis

.4.?;

MVIr. TI. L. P'urlonm of the education
facult~y presenIt ed an outline of is;
thesis on "Iloinogeneous Cvouping for
First Year i gh School StudIent:;." 1o
graduate stud~enits and lfaculty of 11he
School of Education at their meeting
held last night in Tappan hall. M1r.
Purdom will complete the studiy tis,
year.
Mexico City, Dec. 3.-Alberto pani,
~now treasury secretary, is expected
to b( thec new amnbassador to the Un-
mid States.

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ago, foreign stuxdenzts will be enter-j.
twined il tile hoiiies of many families

More cartoons t han usuail grace- tie
pages of thneinia ; zinc this month,
amnong then- being; "The Freedom of

who ,)h, VC e epressed tir e(lsi re of act- the Pr'es.,:' by I+red hill, '27,, "flu
ing as host7.vesse5ls Ciur« igth 'hl)at- Esseti'alsof Art," by Albert 'r. Peckc
1"J °.> vacation. Applications of s .u-! '25, and the custontary drawings of the
(donts who wish to be the guests (of, "ei ; Y
these fan--ilies dluring the vacation I TiL over this month, another con-
period are now being received by time, tribution from Peck, entitled "Cheer-
official in chat-,e (If their distribu- io," depicts an ideal Christmas scene,
ti on ._
stdetswee ntraiedinLas T ea ch"rs To .Form
aclone, andl it is expected that mWore State Comnmittep,
will accept the in vitationms this year. j
1"anilies 1residIiTnginl Battle Creek,
L _nsimig, Cm and1 Rapids, Kalamuazoo, §4i: Iva;;aret Cameron of the
andI Port Huron h~ave issued invita- j School of Edhucation left Tuesday for
tions to the foreIgn students through. Lansing to b.egin the establishment
the officials in charge of the work, of a state C.,mmnitter' the recoin-
'lihe (litertL innment of fore ign sttu- imonfatiomi 0f tea.chers. Thie plan for
dents in American hdnie-;has lbecome the new (08 ra:ittnc, 'xii 'CIta; 1t ar'e
an establisihed Custom am. many of tihe fav ru cal an igradiedi, a well as hIh
lmel ger niver":tics and l collegesscolmecnndti:,isn ftIr
throughout time country. Besides be- statte taciers,' asso('iation. miss
in g a most gratifying act towardi pro-! (a .enm was a'pp~ninted c hairinan of
viding this, gmoup) of students whom s e~mztom o.itemcnlyb

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Sir.Osirond De Beuvoir Frock, comn-
mander of the British naval forces in
the Mediterranean, is slated to suc-
ceed Lord Beatty as first lord of time
admiralty the first of the year.
Mexico City, Dec. 3.--A conference ofI
koveiahors (decided in favor of issuancej
of agrarian debt bonds by each state
to promote agriculture, and decided
to ask for the necessary legislation.

Chicken Pie
Dinner
At
TFhe Methodist
Church
Tonight at 6 O'clock
Planned and Served by the
Men
50c Per Plate
Cone
1 __________________ ____________________

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,ar un w to~,JI be) atiii I c z or, n'e- ; 1. F. L. 1lIslaortli of lKala .azoo.
spectitve homfles during the.'Christmnas _
v.,cvtion NWith cr~"taimmcnt dim; ink' v asington, Dec.3.--Senator Dale,
tha;t pc iod.! of Ve rmont, ill w , ith grippe, was much
Sbetter todlay, and his physicians said
Batavia, .Dec. 3-Further earthmquake they expeceted a rapid recovery.
shocks at Wnosobo killed three per- -__________
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Whose Opinions are Purel y
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