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MX MAY 1, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

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PORTIA WINS IN
A N N UA9Ll DEBATEI
Athiena Upheld Negative (Case On
Questlion of Child-Labor,
Amiendmient

WOENIVIE
NOTICES WOEN n1t[ l
1_ TO STYLE SnHow
Ax'nlur'n Nvho have sign edl ti') for ! Students 1W11l 3 edel Sunainer Volviis
the tenlnis tournament are requested lat Womien's League Tarl#
1A) 1ut. Liier telephone numbler ajYter Today
their name on the list ink Birlioiir 1---
gymnasium. The first roundl must be l &N A MFIE £ mA& A 'rmGLv

Honor Council
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playedl off by Monday afternoon. Ij

Portia Literary society was award- The Mother Goose group ef theI
ed the favorable decision in a debate i eshmian Pageant will meet at 5 o'-
wvith Athena Literary society Wednes- ;clock today for rehearsal in Barbour
day evening on, "Resolved that the gysu .
proposed child labor amendment to Iota. Sigma Pi will hold a short buiis-
the national constitution should" be ; ness meeting at 5 o'clock today in the
adopted by the United States." The' library of Martha Cook for the pur-
decision was two to one and was ren- lo"o oiaig fiesfrnx
dered by Prof. I. L. Slosson of the year.

IN AIVIL[ . iVIVI I I £L' r Z
jWomen interested in spring styles,1
summer gowns, wraps, dresses, and
t he latest modes for street and party
Iwear are invited to attend the Spring
style show this afternoon in Sarah
Caswvell Angell hail at 4 o'clock. The
Women's League are featuring eightI
models at this party, each displaying
six different costumes. Women act-
ing rs models includle: Mabel Crotty,
'26; Virginia Spain '26; Millie Moor-
Iman, '26; Dorothy Waldo, '26; Nellie
Rittenhouse, '25; Caroline Paul, '27;
ruent should sign up this week in Ear-
h our gymnasium or the field house;
score recordls will be kept beginning
next week.
The elective national dancing class,
will not meet again this semester.

The boa rdIof tdirectors of the Honor U IIf IL NILLE11110u WiI 1L
council a I a re.ell I necut in , app)lroved
four houses and selec:ted them as Members of the American Associa-
Honor 'oullUc nlle1s. The houses! tion of University Womfleni from Mich-
are Gormnan house, Mitchell hwur~e, igan will attend the state meeting to
Rock house, and Swanger house.- A be held here tomorrow. The meeting
constitutional ameindmient was also will oe at 10 o'clock in Alumni
approved to the effect that no. houses Memorial hall with rep~orts from the'
will b)c(on~sidecred for miembiership state chairman. At 11 :30 o'clock Dr.
that has less than a C average inl lIi A. Hlaynes, director of the ITniver-
scholarship. c ity hospital, will give an address.I
The Honor council has charge ofj Following the talk, a luncheon will be'l
the sale of tickets for ute League bent- given at the Church of Christ. ltes-
efit movie in the League houses. j ervations for the luncheon should be
Grace Collins, '27. is chairman of the made with Miss Zelma Clark, director
sale. ibf Martha Cook building, not later
than this nob n.
IMaude Corey, 25, Julia Hicks '25,. The aftern on session will open at
IHelen Morrow, '26, and Margaret 2 o'clock with reports from the Ann
Page, '26.I Arbor delegates who attended the na-
Following the style show the tional meeting of the A. A. U. W. in
'Kappa Sigma orchestra will play for Indianapolis from April 8 to 11. The
dancing. Six women have contrib- remainder of the afternoon will be
uted posters for the party which are" used in showing the delegates the
fout on the campus. campus and University buildings.
SCommittees for the party include:j.
Dorothy Ogborn, '26, models; Evelyn E Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of wo-
Ogborn, '28, refreshments; !Olive Hy- men left yesterday for New York and
mens '25, general chairman. Poughkeepsie on campaign business.

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h~istory department, and two members
of Delta Sigma Rho who acted as
Judges.
The affirmative team consisting of
Margaret Hence, '26; Genevieve
Goodman, '26; and Margaret Lord,'
'26; members of Portia advanced the
following arguments in favor of the
amendment: "Child labor is detrimen-
tal; it involves a situation which na-
tional law alone can handle; and
there is one phase of child labor
which it is absolutely impossible for
state laws to touch."
The negative team representing
SAthena consisted of Charlotte Harri-
son, '26; Marqueritte Dutton, '26;
and Dorothy Kline, '26. To meet the
affirmative arguments the Athena
team maintained: "That the 20th
amendment is not in harmony with
our national policy; the child labor
problem is already being met ado-
quately under state control; and, the
proposed 20th amendment does not
solve the question of child labor."
The negative team argued that the
child labor problem and the problem
of education go hand in hand; and
that if the Federal government was to
control child labor it should also pro-
vide a program. for the education of
unemployed children. This state-
ment was refuted bkr the affirmative
*team] who maintained that the child
labor amendment would establish
only a minimum of control and fav-,
ored rather than interfered with the
educational policy as it is now being
carried out in the state.
SENIOR PLAY TRYOUTS

Members of the University Girls'
IGlee club will mneet at 4 o'clock today
,it the School of Music to take the
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held at 4 and 5 o'clock Mondays and
Wednesdays at Palmer field. All wo-
men who wish to enter the tourna..

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For
MOTHER'SDA
New Philippine. gowns and envelopes.
Dainty silk gowns and envelopes. Slips
inl new summer weights. The prettiest
brassieres in silks and laces.
THE QUALITY SHOP
303 South M1ain St.

N~ay Sale
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represented in this annual
May Sale of Silks. Four
groups are priced at $1.98,
$1.69, $2.69 and 89c a yard.
All are in the newest colors
and smartest patterns. Values
that regularly would sell as
high as $4.50 a yard are going
at these extremely low prices.
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STryouts for the Senior play will be1
',held at 4 o'clock Monday and Tues-
Sday, May 4 and 5 in the auditorium
.of Newberry hall according to the an-
Snouncement of Geraldine Truscott
-'25, chairman of the publicity com-
mttee.
- Contrary to custom, this year's pro-
Sduction is to be a modern one act
~Vplay which will be given immediately
t~following the Senior Breakfast dur-
Sing commencement week. By giving
..6this tytpe of play it is hoped to keep
Swithin the time and financial limits
and to achieve greater success than in
Sthe past. Fewer, characters will be
"~needed and thus it will be possible to
y, use only the very best ability in the
class. All senior women, however, are
*urged to try-out and to come pre-
~,pared to give a short reading. t
Mrs. Stanley Low, formerly Bern-
Snice, Jones 'I8 has been secured to
Stake charge of the play. Since her{
Sgraduation Mrs. Low has held the po-
--sition of dramatic coach' of the Battle
SCreek High School and Sanitarium
Sand subsequently occupied the same
A~position at Keene New H-ampshire.
During the last four years she has
:been consulting director of the Wo-
,.men's Club at Appleton, Wisconsin.
.The title of the play selected will
~be announced later.E
uH BVSWES CARUtI
*E
T FEsolid foundation
wegive you in all
things that pertain to
the affairs of the office
will put you in a coin-
manding position.
Prepare luere for Sue- I

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out-of-town orders

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of bouquets of roses, carnations or other

Ipring Flowers for Mother's

Day to.

*Goodhew's;,- confidently knowing that
we have served the Ann Arbor public
well for more than forty years.

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NEW VICTOR RECORDS MAY 1,
A Victor Record by the King of Spain
Saludo as las Republicas Annericanas (Greetings to the
Spanish AmericaD Republics) FH. IM. Alfonso Xliii
Alocucion al Pueblo Espanol (Address to the, Spanish
Nation) H. M. Alfonso XIII
RED SEAL~
Allerseelen (All Soul's Day) (Richard
Strauss) In German Maria Jeritza
Liebestreu (Faithful Love) (Brahms)
In German Maria Jeritza
Dance Orlenitale (Arranged by F. K reisle r
from Rimsky-Korsakow's "Scherazade"
Violin Solo Fritz K~reisler
holly on the Shore (Irish Reel) (Grainger-
Kreisler) Violin Solo Fritz Kreisler
Dear Old Girl (Buck-Morse) with Male Quartet
Reinald Werrenrath
She Was Bared in Old Kentucky (Braisted-
Carter) with Male Quartet Reinald Werrenrath
M1ELO)DIOUS INSTRUMIENTAL
La Paloiia (The Dove) (Yradier)
Victor Salon Orchestra
Serenade (E~nrico rrosehhi) Victor Salon Orchestra
VOCAL RECORDS
The Only Only One for Hle Gene Austin
I Never Kniew 1How Much I Loved You Gene Austin
0 Kat haria ! ("Chauve-Souris") Billy Murray
Don't Bring Lulut Billy Murray

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DANCE RECORDS
tumore stles s-Shhnumy Fox Trot
Zez Confrey and His Orchestra
CIU~ri~xt on l Chikles-ShiiiunyFox Trot
Zez Confrey and His Orchestra
On tie Way to Monterey-Fox Trot
Henry Halstead and His Orchestra
1Ioonlight and Roses-Fox Trot-Vocal refrain

COURSE TICKETS
On Sale up to May 11 th
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