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St'\I)AT, NOVEMBF, 1, 14, J1 )?G

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DEBATE TEAMYS REGIN
PERIOD OF TRAINING''

Woman Is Selected
Commerce Official ,I
TO PLAY AT AFFAl
Music for the Panhellenic 1
which is to be given Nov. 26 at the 1
ion will be furnished by Bob Prus:

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ball
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Alumnae Of Pontiac
Promise Extra Sum
Showing a great deal of coopera-
tion, the Pontiac group of Michigan
alumnae have agreed to take the $1,-
500 alloted to them, as a blanket
pledge and pay it in cash to the build-
ing fund of the Women's league. This
means that all pledges of life member-
ship which come in from Pontiac wo-

NOTICES I
Tryouts for the dancing act for the,
sophomore circus will be held tomor-
row at 4 o'clock in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium. All women who
can dance are urged to come out and
try out.
Tryouts for the circus atmosphere
will be held at 4 o'clock tomorrow in
Barbour gymnasium. Anyone desiring
to take part as a circus freak may

port at 5 o'clock tomorrow at Bar-
bour gymnasium. Anyone else desir-
ing to tryout for this act may do so
at this time. Come dressed in gym-,
nasium suits.
Tryouts for the girls' football will
be held at 7 o'clock tomorrow night in
the playroom of Betsy Barbour house.
All articles for the Women's leaguej

and Interchurch bazaar are to be in
by Wednesday, Nov. 17.
Miss Ruth Campbell, regional Y. W.
C. A. secretary for this area wil speak
on "The Power of Prayer" from 4 to
6 o'clock tomorrow in Newberry hall.
Mrs. Jack London will finish a novel
begun by her husband.

Practice In Preparation
State Debates Which
Held Dec. 21

For Inter-
Will Be

INDIANA TO DEBATE HERE I
With the election of the women'
debating tea ms ther has gun a
iod of intensive training for the in-r' F
terstate debates which will bo 1L( 1
between the University of i lich1gan
and the University of Indiana at Ann
Arbor, Dec. 2 and the Ohio State un-
iversity at Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 2.
The affirmative team composed of
Ilenrietta H. Howser, '27E, Lariam
Olden, 29L, and Elizabeth Ra4 ihint, j
'27Ed, will meet the Indiana team here{
while the negative tnam composed of I
Norma Green, '28, M. Patricia T IOiSoon
'27Ed, and Laura Osgood, '2Sd, wiis
meet the Ohio team at Columbus. The,
question for debate is: "Resolved,
That a department of education shouli
be added tothe President's cabin St."
Gail E. Densmore of the public
speaking department, assisted byWirt {rs. Lee J. Rountree
King, '26L, and member of Michiigan's e
international debating team of last IMrs. Lee J. Rountree is the first wo-.
year, are training the teams which man to become president of the Bryan
practice in regular debates between af- and Brazos county, Chamber of Com-
firmiative nd negative three times a mrce, and is dne of the few women
week. As no alternates have bceen
se. Asfrtheealtrna ths yhartbe1nin Texas to be honored with an execu-I
chosen for the teams this year, the

colored orchestra from Detroit. Prus
se's music-makers number 12, includ
ing a feature dancer. The decorations
will be in colors of russet and brown
with banks of autumn leaves an
flowers. A large fire will be burning
in the fireplace at the 'end of the
room and an atmosphere of late fal
will be maintained throughout. Th(
lounge, in connection with the ball
room, will be opened for dancing.
Decorations, music, favors and al
other plans for this year's ball are
being carried out. Tickets will be on
sale for independent women tomorrow
from 3:30/ to 4:30 o'clock at Barbour
gymnasium. They will be $5 which i
more than last year but the commit
tee feels that the extra amount wil
be worth while in that it allows them
to procure better music.
Every woman who is interested in
art work -is asked to contribute a pos-
ter for the publicity campaign. A
prize of one ticket to the ball is of-
fered to the owner of the winning pos-
ter. They are due this Friday at the
Women's league office on the second
floor o fBarbour gymnasium.
An electrical magazine for women
the "Electrical Age for Women," has
just been published in London. It is
a quarterly linking up women's study
of electricity with its application in
the home. Dame Millicent Fawcett
wrote a foreword of welcome for the
magazine and Lady Astor an intro-
ductory article recommending it to the
housewife.
Van's
Beauty Parlor
Under New Management
Come in and make yourself

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Fashion Has Many
Gracious Moods

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rest of the debating class chosen
from tryouts in June will be used in
case of need of an alternate.
The debate with Indiana scheculed
for Thursday, Dec. 2, will be held in
the auditorium of University hall.
This debate is different than others in
that it will be extemperaneous. The
members of the team are spending a
great deal of time on the training for
the debate which promises to be of un-I
usual interest.
"English Women" Is
TOic Of DIscussion

tive office in a commercial organiza-
tion of this kind. The selection was
due to Mrs. Rountree's acknowledged
business ability and qualities of lead-
ership. She is president of a print-
ing company and editor of a news-
paper and is also serving as president
of the Texas Editorial association,
membership in which is limited to
those who have been in the profes-
sion for 25 years.
PLAN ENTERTAINMENT
OF RUSTIC CHARACTER

men will be over and above the pledge tryout. Tryouts for the band will be
s which that group has made. They at 4:30 o'clock.
will actually earn $1,500 for the Wo- Those women who were chosen for
d men's league building. the tumbling act are requested to re-
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"English Women" will be the sun- which will occur Dec. 4 and 5 at Bar-
ject for discussion at a meeting of I bour gymnasiumm, are nearing com-
foreign and American women at 2: 0 ;pletion under the general chairman-
o'clock today in Newberry hall. Miss ship of Jean McKaig, '28. In accord-
Enid Glen, grad., of England, will lead ance with the idea of the country fair,
the discussion. This group, which is there wil be all sorts of side-shows,
meeting for the second time, was or- fishponds and stands. There will be
ganized this year for the purpose of flower venders, and clowns, and wo-
an exchange of ideas, information, men will impersonate well known pro-
and conceptions among the women of fessors. The various dormitories are
various countries. Because of the cos- contributing articles for the fish pond.
mopolitan nture of the campus a great One of the big features of the bazaar
opportunity is offered for the forma- entertainment this year is to be a jit-
tion of friendly international student ney dance to be given at 9 o'clock,
relations. At the first meeting repre- ,aturday, Dec. 4, in Sarah Caswell
sentives of six nations were present. Angell hall after the bazaar has clos-
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Music and athletic

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