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OCTOBER r, 19 25

DAILY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1925

ENROL .ENTBIG
MIodern ]i'orens.ic '1raining PVInmiilar.
ivies iLeague Te:as lWihImport-
ant Word Qwestkns
LIBRARY AIDS ORATORS
enrollment to date in the Michigan
High School Debating league for the
coming season have already surpassed
last year's number, sated Prof. G. E.
Densmore of the public speaking de-
partment, supervisor of the league.
yesterday. More than 1 2 high schools
have already applied for membership
In the league and with the closing
date, Oct. 10, a new state record in
the number of high schools particip-
ating is expected..
"A glance at a few of the facts con-
cerning the growth and manner of de-
bate preparation in the league, fur/
ishes concrete evidence" Mr. Dens-
more said, "that high school debates
of today are not the embellished and
fantastical creations of former times,
when the energy of the deaters was
expended in proving the number of
angels that could be placed on the
point of a needle'."
Preparatio!1. for deates by stu-
dents today in~clu de inform ation from
every possible source, and a familiar-
iztion with essential facts that is
nothing short of, amazing. For in-
stance, last year's debating teams
were fully avqtuainted with the terri-
torial and colonial policies of Great
Britain, France, and Spain as tese
affected the Philippine problem-the
Subject of discussion for last year.
In order to cope with this year's de-
bating question, the problem of child
labor in the United States, the deat-
Ing student must learn American con-
stitutional history thoroughly; how
amendments are aopted and carried
into effect; what the industrial mth-
ods and relations to child labor are;
and an increasing number of illumin-
ating facts that serve to vigorously
broaden the student's mind.
As an aid to debating teams of the
league, the Library extension division
has sent out more than 300 packages
of detailed data and pamplhlet mate-
rial, on which work was begun last
April.
Bursliey Tells O#
European ravels
impressions and experiences gain-
ed while abroad were related to the
members of, the Romance club at a
dinner and meeting at the Union last
night by three members of the faculty
of the. Romance language department.
Prof. Rene Talamon spoke of hi
year's study in France and Prof. P. 1±.
Bursley of his visit to France, Italy,
and Spain. ,a
Mr. Henry C. Barnett, who spent the
last tw oyears at Tsing Iloa college,
Peking, China, told of his experiences
while teaching in the department of
French there.
GYm VI ASSS START TUURSDAY
Compulsory physical training for
all freshmen will begin Thursday, Oct.
1. All freshmen not yet classified
should do so immediately, obtain lock-
ers and be prepared for a short work
cut Thursday, when attendance will
be taken.
APPLIED ARTS
Party Favors
Gifts
Pictures
Greeting Cards
Birthday Cards

Qp o h u satot11" 2 Nickels Arcade III

Wives

Of Roosevelt Brot hers
Will Shoot Game In Himalayas

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spects superior to the ordinary grade.
HEU EADCH DI~1~IIL~It is estimated that the research of
these two concerns which is under
nl the guidance of faculty members of
1001 the University will involve an expen-
Cu u~ ~ f~d iture of more thant $12,000.
U!)diri the dauspice( f iede part-
i i1e~tofEI1'tiee11f' c. ., LONDION, Oct. 6. _ The Barones
men of(i~i~jer~g res arc h test isi
lavensdale, the former Mary Irene,
nlowv in p iogr s , at the lant of the
eldost daughter of the late Marquis!
'aoa id l ~to' Cr o~naly t (Curzn, as lthrown fromt a horse
telliue the relIs ti e merit:; of' char- during a hunt and suffered a broken'
i coal amjl ceaye iron. Tlhis work whichi_
is o1 c onlsidoerab himpi nort an ceto________
the chlico al iioaninterests of the stfate
is one of thle miost calrefully p~lanned
1 ceay he:5 of tale pr operties of this I
lrodu cl that has ever been conducted, b ts oss Shop P
1cording t A. '. Jmiyassociatej
invest igat or c-f t1heresearch (delart-
mient.
AhIc'arl cxfIensive t sts have been
made sit t" laboratory of the Cadillac a W here
Mot or Car company which have shown1
that this type of iron is in many re- e-rvice Cowri-ts 1
Flat Feet Remedied by Arches W \ e X in
Made from Impression of the
Individual Foot.
! Louise M . O Brien 1 Malted Milks, Sandwiches
F 1eaherweigli t Areh Stip ports
Appointment by Telephone
21579 In the Arcade
Y 410 Sotuth Divisioii
ANN AiRBOR ICH311.

('OIRE('TO ' norunc dI}yesterrlay. Profes or Hobbs'
Prof. W. :[i. IHobbs', of the geology'toic will be "The Wind Poles of the
department, wI address the conibin-'Ea th.'
ed meeting of the Journal club of
geology and the Journal clu'b of fgen- MOSCOW, Oct. (3.-- Mosow ha too
graphy at 7: 30 o'clock tomobrrow i;n .y tI heatr..s, eSvithsdecided.,
roopi 437 of the Natural, Science Some w ill lae:mov(ld to o)ther" cities
building instead of 8 o'clock as -,in- andl some coimverted into o oie Houses.
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Mrs. Fermit Roosevelt (left) and Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt (right) are
preparing tQo join their husbands in India and be the first .Americ,,at women
to shoot game in the Himalayas, loftiest hunting grounds in the world.
The Roosevelt brothers, sous of the late former :President, are leadlers(or
an exploring expedition sent out by the Field Museum, Chlicago.

SCHAEFER, HOPPE MILL
MATCH SK1LL AT UNION!
Chanilkioii and Runners-up Of Cam~pus
Tournamentt Will il~eet
Experts
dake Schaefer, world's 18.2 balkline
champion, anid Willie Hoppe, one of
the greatest masters of billiardls and
former champion for many years, will
appear in two exhibition matches at
the Union, Wednesday, Oct. 28, it was
announced today. And if plans of L.
W. Tobin, '26El, chairman of the bil-
liard committee of the Union, mate-
rialize, the winner and runner-up in
the annual all-campus billiard tourna-
ment will take on Schafer and Hoppe
in a match during their exhibition
here.
Entries for the all-campus tourna-'
menit will be held Oct. 14-28 in the
billiard room of the Union, opened to-
day, and are now being received at
the billiard desk. The entries will be.
received from any student member ot
the Union until Oct. 12. The tourna-
ment will be straight rail.
Schaefer and Hoppe gave an exhibi-'
tion at the Union two years ago, when
Hoppe was champion and Schaefer
the chief contender. This year their
standings will be reversed, Schaefer{
winning the crown again last winter.
A three-cushion and balkline exhi-
bition will be given between the two
celebrities in the assembly hall of the
Union in the afternoon and evening of
Oct. 8. It is planned to have~ Schaefer
play the campus champion and Hoppe
the runner-up, probably in the even-
ing. The assembly hail will be fitted
out with temporary bleachers to pro-
vide accommodations for a large
crowd.
SHIORTHAND~
TYPEWRITING
SECRETARIAL
Fall Term,
Sept. 21st
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE I
State and W1lliam Sts.

Widened Streets
To Solve Present
Traffic Problems
Ann Arbor faces the ple~Am of a
more efficient manner of handling
city traffic and time soluition must be
the ultimate widening of all main:
streets, is the opinion of many city
officials.
"Traffic conditions are becornig
more congested and more diffic-ult tc
handle every year," commuentedl Chief
of Police O'Brien, "because of the
ever increasing number of. student
drivers. The situation at Ann Arbor
is not different from that in many
cities but something must be done to
alleviate the present congestion."
Although no definite p~lanls have
been formulated it is almost certain.
that within another year a progranw
for the recoiistruction of all mnaiii
thoroughfares will be introduced.
I UENOS AIRES, Ocet. 6.-The Ar-
gentine army aviator II ilicoat pnr-
p oses to hop off Oct. 30 or the 61(
imile flight from Buenos Aires to New~
York.

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FRATERNITIES
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furniture. Qual ity andiid ork-
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Call
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Telephone 5501 for All Delireries.
THE
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516 F. LIBERTY

'jF your hair lacks natural gloss
jland lustre, or is difficult to
keep in place, it is very easy to
give it that rich, glossy, refined
and orderly appearance, so essen-
tial to well-groomed men.
Just rub a little Glostora
through your hair once or twice
a week,or after shamnpooing,and
your hair will then stay, each day,
just as you comb it.
Glostora softens the hair and
makes it pliable. Then, even stub-
born hair will stay in place of its
own accord.
It gives your hair that natural,
rich, well-groomed effect, instead
of leaving it stiff and artificial
looking as waxy pastes and creams
do. Glostora also keeps the scalp
soft, and the hair healthy by re-
storing the natural oils from which
the hair derives its health, life,
gloss and lustre.
Try it! See how easy it is to
keep your hair combed any style

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or combed down flat.
If you want your. hair to lie
down particularly smooth and
tight, after applying Glostora,
simply moisten your hair with
water before brushing it.
*A large bottle of Glostora costs
but a trifle at any drug store.

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OVERCOATS :

$35 to $50

Be ready 'for the cold- weather-buy
your overcoat now. This year they are
i ~ full at the shoulder and rather long.
CONLIq.N COMPANY
"Successors to Weule-Conilin Co."
118 East Washington

SUITS': $30 t $45
For the Fall-a blue Cheviot suit, with
wide pants and a three button sack or
double breasted coat.

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