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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TO MEET INDIANA
Affirmative Team To leet Ohio State'
h Uiversity At Anit Arbor
Frlday Niglht
DEBATE LABOR ISSUE
Michigan's negative team composed
of Marguerite Dutton, '26, Geraldine
Knight, '26, and Elizabeth Van Valken-
burgh, '26, -leaves this morning for
Bloomington, Indiana, where they will
debate Indiana university. The ques-
tion for debate is "Resolved: That the
proposed child labor amendment to
the national constitution should be
adopted by the United States." Prof.
Louis M. Eich of the public speaking
department, who with Mr. Gail E.
Densmore coached the debating teams,
will accompany them.
Most of the women comprising the
teams have had previous debating ex-
perience. Miss Van Valkenburgh, of
Northville, Mich., has been a Varsity
debater for the past two years, this
Syear making her third Varsity debate.
~' Besides that she is president of Por-
tia Literary society, and of Sigma
Delta Phi, and a member of Delta
Sigma Rho, honorary journalistic fra-
ternity.
Miss Dutton, from Sault Ste. Marie
got her first experience in high school
debating. She is a member of Athena
Literary society and is on the Oratori-
cal board.
Miss Knight is from Battle Creek,
Mich. She is a member of Athena
Literary society and of Masques.
The affirmative team which is com-
posed of Margaret Henckel, '26, Norma
Greene, '28, and Josephine Garst, '26,
-will debate Ohio's negative team here
at Ann Arbor at 8 o'clock tomorrow
in University Hall. Miss Elva Forn-a
crook will be the chairman. Gerald-
ine Master, '26, and Lucille Canby,
'26, are the timekeepers. The con-
structive speeches are to be 15 min-
utes with a 5 minute rebuttal for each
speaker.
Many high school students are ex-
pected in Ann Arbor for the debate,
according to Mr. Densmore, manager
of the Michigan high school debating
league. This league, composed of'200
Michigan high schools will use the

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Will Meet Indiana Debating Team

SET DATE FOR PAN-HEllen
BANOUET AT JAURY
The (date of the annual Pan-Hellenic

League Orchestra Little To Talk i NOTICES
Will Broadcast Before A. A. U. W.!
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Radio fans all over the country will President Clarence Cook Little will University women are invited to at-
have an opportunity of hearing the talk at the monthly meeting of the tend the Thursday noon half hour of
newly organized Women's league or- Ann Arbor branch of the American qembfrs 12 to 12:30 co.
AMembers of the leadership commis-
baqetws noncdasTurdy chsr~uedy ec ,wen wl1 clock turdayf afert non a eio n wll eetat -o'loc an___el-

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banquet was announced as Thursday, chestra Tuesday, Dec. 8, when it will Ascaonouivrtywmnt
Jan. 7 at a mecting of Pan-Helleniclbroadcast a jazz program from the 'Barbour house. The president and
association Tuesday. This dinner is University hall broadcasting station. In Mrs. Little will be the guests of the
for the purpose of bringing together addition to several regular orchestra association.
all the sorority women on the campus, numbers, Gwendolyn and Angeline After the business meeting refresh-
Thora Hoyt, '26, chairman of the Iey Wilson, director and cornetist respec- ments will be served and a general
revsio ofrusingruls cmmiteetivlyof the orchestra will present informal reception will follow. The
revision of rushing rules committee two piano duets, while Angeline Wil- remainler of the decks of cards which
gave a report, and the suggestions are son will also give two vocal numbers. the association has been selling for
to be voted on in the respective Sinte its organization a few months the benefit of the Women's league
houses and brought to the next meet- ago, the orchestra has appeared sev- will be put on sale at this tine andI
ing which will be held Dec. 15. erl times at campus functions. it is hoped by those in charge that,
Many sororities are planning on the last deck will be sold.
having Christmas parties during the Propaganda to induce the people
last week before the holidays for of India to drink more tea, as has
either one or more poor children and been used in this country and France, when dogs, cats and canaries were
will entirely outfit them and furnish is producing highly gratifying results forbidden.
toys. The family conditions are to be even in that tea growing country.
investigated in order to avoid the pos- Michael Arlen's book or play would
sibility of one child receiving all the New York-Turtles are pets of not attract under that name in China
attention and the others being over- Columbia's co-eds. There are 41 in for the green hat carries a sinister
looked. one dormitory. The mode started meaning there and Chinese never
__________________________________________________ wear headpieces of that hue.1

sion will meet at 3 o'clock and fresh-
man groups will meet at 4 o'clock.
Miscellaneous
The Westerner's club will meet at
8:30 o'clock tomorrow night at Har-
ris hall.
Miss Jean Hamilton,dean of women,
was 'entertained at luncheon yester-
day at the Haunted tavern by Mrs.
George HI. Hunter, president of the
State Federation of Women's clubs.
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of wom-
en, will meet with the Flint and Sagi-
naw alumnae Dec. 8, 9, and 10. While
in Flint she will address the Y. W. C.
A. industrial group at their annual
meeting.
Wednesday evening Al-pha Epsilon
Phi entertained informally at dinner.
Miss Jean Hamilton, dean of women,
and Mrs. Amy Hobart, were among
the guests.

Members of Michigan's negative team which will leave today for
Bloomington are, left to right as follows: Marguerite Dutton, '26, Geral-
dine Knight, '26, and Elizabeth Van Valkenburgh, '26.
Says Michigan Has Advantages
To Aid International Feeling

The Dimattia Beauty Shop
French shingling is specially good

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same question when they meet here
for a debating contest in May.
TRYOUT DATES SET FOR
JUI SIRLSPY
As announced at the mass meeting
for junior women recently tryouts for
the Junior Girls' play will be held
Dec. 9, 10, 12, 16, and 17, in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. The hours for
the tryouts will be from 3 to 6 o'clock
every afternoon except Dec. 12 which
falls on a Saturday and tryouts will
be held from 10 to 12 o'clock in the
morning.
Every woman will be given a num-
ber and her turn in the tryouts will
come according to that number. A
spoken recitation, a song, and an ex-
hibition of dance ability will be all
that is required in these first try-
outs. Those who are called back for
second tryouts which will take place
soon after Christmas vacation will be
required to give a more finished ex-
hibition.
All committee chairmen, together
with Miss Loomis will judge the try-
outs, and the women are requested
not to wear badges of any sort, such
as sorority pins or honorary society
pins. Other than this there will be
no audience. Five at a time will be
allowed to ehter the room to try out
after filling out cards which will bej
passed to them in the hall. These
cards will concern height, weight, and I
other details of personal appearance.
Jean Kyer, '27, assistant general
chairman of the play will assume
charge of the technical end of the
production. The name and the author
of the play will be announced after
Christmas vacation.
Offer Course In
Corrective GymI
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Among the courses offered by the
physical education department are
classes in individual and corrective
gymnastics, open to women of the
University for the correction of faults
in posture, such as stoop shoulders,
hollow backs, and crooked spines. The
case of each individual student is
studied and definite exercises given1
her. During the regular health ex-
aminations at the beginning of the
year women whose posture and gen-
eral health is not good are assigned to
the corrective classes, and remain en-
rolled until their condition warrants
withdrawal. After the posture has
been considerably improved the stu-
dent is enrolled in a regular gymna-
sium class meeting twice a week and
is required to report to the correc-
tive class only once a week.
Out of approximately 500 women

Emphasizing thfl advantages and feeling of being in their own homes. for heavy hair.
opportunity that Michigan women have "The idea is with all of those stu-
to become acquainted with women dents," 'continud Miss Sage, "that xperienced operators for all customers.
who are on the campus from other we stand as a country in relation asE
countries, Miss Pauline Sage, national hosts to them, and the need is for us arcelling - Soft water for all shampoos.
student secretary for the friendly re- to recognize that fact and give to themg -
lations committee of the Y. W. C. A.;Fthe courtesysand welcome andop THE DIMATTIA BEAUTY SHOP
stated in a recent interview, "Just portuity to see America's best.TH D M T at B AU1 P
as we build up individual relation- "Many of these women are going
ships of good will so do national feel- hack to their countries to positions 340 South State St. Dial 8878
ings of understanding grow. of leadership, perhaps in professions,
"Students at Michigan are waking and perhaps as the heads of families, _
up to this fact as is wvidenced by ,and it is very important what impres-
the moves that are being taken' sicn they bring back of us. Even as
towards developing an element favor- ( married women they are leaders of
ing the World court. It is a privilege the thought of the generation."
for the American students to have Miss Sage has been actively con-
those from othver countries here in nected with Y. W. C. A. work for the
the chance it gives them to become last 10 years, and five years ago when
acquainted with the civilization, eus- the Foyer opened she was called to
toms, and culture of those countries. work with the friendly relations con- That Satsfies
The students are becomniig the shuttle mittee there. Every year for the last
that weaves the nations together." three years Miss Sage has spent a
In discussing the part that the Y. week in Ann Arbor to visit the women
W. C. A. takes in helping to further who are on the campus from other'
this spirit of good will between na- countries, to get acquainted with
tions through students Miss Sage them, and to let them know about
stated, "In Chicago we have the Foyer, the Foyer. She will be here until the S
for women students from other lands i end of the week when she will go to
to come and use as a home or club!Albion and them lack to Chicago.
center. Primarily it is for the use of In closing Miss Sage urged that tire LUNCH ROOM
those women who are stuiyng ill the' women of Michigan think what it'L NC R O
c rmeans to ave students here from 338 MAYNARD
transient guest, especially those who other countries, how it broadens andI
are on their way from eastern schools deepens thinking internationally
to sail from California. Many wo- through personal relationships, and
men from oth-er countries who are in how they should help these womenJlllllll1 iltllIIIiI1 111 llt 1111111
school at the University of M\ichigan to know America's best nd give them
have been our ,guests there during the opportunity to share tne=rNest.et
vacations. Those studying in or At present there are approximately Natual I nterest1Hol s
around Chicago use it as a home r 17500 women attending universities -
club where they can have parties or mnd colleges in America from 68 dif -=at the
give dinners with something of the ferent countries. a
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SPECIAL CHINESE DISHES!
Have you tried them yet?
They are all prepared by a Chinese chef.
Drop in the next time you are in Ypsi.
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX
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Everyone Like s Candy
We have candy of every description and flavor from
which you can make a selection. The following are but a
few of our specialties.

Peanut Brittle, 50c Lb.
Bitter Chocolates, 60c Lb.
Gum Drops, 50c Lb.
Thin Mints,

Hard Candy, 75c Lb.
Milk Chocolates, 65c Lb.
Nuts and Fruits, $1.00 Lb.
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Usual Friday and Saturday Special at 50c per Box.

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VISIT THE TEA ROOM
SEE THE
C harleston Dancers

AT THE
Women's League
AND

Inter-Church
Bazaar
BARBOUR GYMNASIUM
Friday, 1 to 9 P. M.

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