100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 11, 1928 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1928-03-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

UTN D A Y, MARCH 11, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. PAGE THREN

-----------------

TWO TEAMS PREPARE'
FOR IBTNDEBATES

L
du

Al ci!!n Will feet Wisconsin There m
And Illiois Speakers Here -E
In 1i,1-wet Series tin
MEN ARE ALREADY PICKED1ra
Michligan's intercollegiate debate Iit1
teams 'yesf erday began an intense yb
program of study and practices in 1a
w
final preparation For the thirteenth, h
annual series of Mid-West debates -
with Illinois and Wisconsin Friday _
night, ?March 1 ..
On that night, thle 1Mchigan af-
frnwa ive will meet an Illinois nega-
i iw' e o nI lli!ad~itorium while
the Michigan negative journeys to
Mlad ison to meet the Wisconsin a-
firmative. Wisconsin's negative will
meet an Illinois team at Urbana on
the same evening to complete the
triangular affair.
The ques~ion to be used ii the de-
bates is "Resolved that the present
policy of thle Unit ed Mtates govern-
ment in Central1 America be coi-
demned." C'entral America has been
agreed un on by three niversities to.
include Panama.
The U niversiil y's representatives
who will uphldh the proposition in
Hill auditorium are .ohn E. Web-
stdr, '30P, Lawrence I-Iartwig, '1
antd Elliott Moyer, '301. Moyer is thej
only member 0' the t eami with pre-
ious Varsity experience having been
a member ot the University negative
tearn of last semester.
Webster, the fi , ;peaker, is pres-
ident of Alpha No and was thle af-I
irm'ative alternate last semester. He
is the first sophomore to make the,
Untiversiiy team in several years. The
second speaker, H-artwig, is the first
freshman to make the team in xe-
cent years. Hie is a mnember of Adel- _
phi and comes from Esanaba where
lie had two years high school ex per-
ience in debate and oratory. ill
To oppose this group Illinois is f
send~ing a team which includes two j
experienced intercollegiate *debaters.
Lrish Whitson, '28, Albert Hallet, '29,
and Lewis R. Hutton, '29, compose
the team. This is Whitson's fourth
year o" colegiate debating.
Paul ranseth '29, William C. Bish-
01, '28, and STrI Andeer, '29. mk eupb
the negative team which will go to
Madison. They will speak in theC
order named. All three of the men
are members of Delta Sigma Rho, l
having been members of University
team's last semester. It is probable
that Prof. James M. O'Neill, head of
the speech department, who has been
coaching the teams will accompanyb
the negative to Madison.
........aC O O P E R 'S
KCIT1CHENETTE 1
S HE REALRO E
COOKING INANN ARBOR
SUNDAY LINNER
* Fred Cicken
or='
Breaded Pork I
* Tenderloins, It
* With Soup,
,Salad, Etc.
75c
Regular Dinner
Breaded Veal Cutlets.. 6c
Breadecd Pork Chops. .50c
T Bone Steak .......60c
Chicken Pie ........50e
Spaghetti ..........35c

1Baked Beans........ 25c )4
Sunday Night Lunch S
KITCHENETTE -
Over Derrill PrattS
..-...................... 1

)ICKINSON'
ON TRADE
Inadvisability of co(
uction was stressed1
)ickenson of the cor
Tent at a meeting attei
ntatives of various AT
nions Thursday night.
Professor Dickenson
onservative view of inl
acy by showing the wN,
om° of thec instit uti()
ad unions. le (iiti('
~eause of their cointriol
nd censur'ed the plan
corkers elect the bos
ie reverse function.

TALK 'S Presidential straw votes are being
7A ~conducted dn more than 70 universi-
,,, 1 IO Sties in the United States.
)oprative pro- .. d./o" /,4Js ',. r. "a,.'..II',
by Prof. Z. C. P I A
noic epart- 'PTCA
-nded by repre- DEPARTMENT S
nn Arbor trades
~Lenses and Frames made
ipresented a ~ To Order
Fort emsof-' Optical Prescriptions
us upheld by g illed
ized~ the unions Hn
)1 of wage rate, HX1L~I
nwhereby the State St. JTewelersg
i rather than*

rI

ORATRGEORGEASOPALMEIPUNA
G OGtPAERHead of the American Museum Expedition to Green-
land, 1926, and Baffin Island Expedition, 1927
A Lecture Illustrated With Remarkable
Motion Pictures
5:.. baffin Land and eyond"
fi Hill Auditorium - Tuesday, March 13 _ 8 p.m.
Single Admissions $1.00
f.Season Tickets Admit At Slaters

A R RI

HOME FOR
TWO WEEKS!

BDI i\CINGSUN. NIGH~IT 'FEB. .Al--l)ETRO11rrTS OWN CAST OF01
LAST ' UIMEWIS FAVORITE S
JEli II ARRISx' WO.RLilFAMOV S DRAM1 OF TIlF, CABARETS

I

ro

ft:e: . .
i r
'

PhI'iilip R~unn ing ai itd 4, org* A hh*oI

,.
. .
tt :
A :
i ri...,.;. ,x A

I

0

11

DIIRECTf FROM. FIVE RECORDI-S.MASIIING il1ON TIIS IN ('III(A(xO
Nilils, ritlc to $t);S lurday 7htince. 0%c to 52
POPUIILAR I YE I)NESI)AV M1ATINdEFS, BEST SEATS, $1.:>{
AddI 101% tax to mail orders.

:Q

a.

.r, . .r. .ore. . . ;, fii.,r. .svisief. .rrr. .r. :vsrrrr. : .®: rivvrri°. .. r..

Thirty-fifth Annual
MAY FESTIVAL
HILL AUDIT, RIUM -- ANN ARBOR
May 16, 17, 18, 19, 1928
ARTISTS AND ORGAN IZATIONS
EARL V. M(:OURE Mu~sical Director
FREDERICK STUCK Orchestral Conductor
ERIC, DEL.AMA=RI ER Guest Conductor
(U ~#u\'~LRGuest Conductor

'ti
s
s
s
iSi
s
s
ti
S
S
S
s
,ti

(U ' CAW""S MHONY ORCHESTRi
UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
LEONORA CORONA

Prima Donna Metropolitan Opera Co.
LEONE KRUSE
Prima Donna Chicago Civic Opera
MARIE MONTANA
Talented American Artist
MARGUER ITE D'ALVAREZ
Late Chicago Opera Company
MARGARET MATZ'ENAUER
.Metropolitan Opera Company
MERLE AL COCA:
Metropolitan Opera Conipany
PAUL ALTHOUSE
Metropolitan Opera Company
TUDOR DAVIES
British ?National Opera
MARIO BASIOLA
Metropolitan Opera Company
RAYMUND "KOCH
American Opera Company
Ch-ASE BAROMEO
La Scala and Chicago Operas
BLN1NO RABINOF
PFi- C-Y GRAINGER
PAL , "ER CHRISTIAN
CHO IRAL WORKS
St. Frai-. ' of Assisi
Marching 3on g of Democracy
The Quest of the Queer Prince (Children)
Aida

C
C

l

Soprano3
SopranoIm
Soptranto
.;cntralto
Tenor
Tenor
Baritone
Baritone
Bass
Vioinl
Pi ano
Organ
Grainger
F 1yde,
Verdi
ail orders
NI

A COMEDY OF THE GREAT UNWASHED-
Women in front of them-women behind
them-into the muzzles of mirth rode
these two fellows ! Six hundred laughs
Sper reel in this sensational comedy
drama that had Broadway audiences in
laughing-tears and titters for one whole
LAUGH!
an C rlv Tee it,
M\ost famous farce in the his-
tory of Broadway. Imagine a
the fun when two mhen are
forced into a Turkish Baith onai
w f i; K It's ta stearnugs ,
~'3;your bi iel.
jih
joflcto

I

SEASON TICKETS-$5.50, $6.00, $7.00. Mai
filed ini sequence, (enclose 1 7 cents for registration).
Address: CHARLES A. SINK, President,

Geo. Choos
presents

~COC Z

oso-1.0

0 KSSome Liwve Titles
ROBERT ANGELL-T'he Campus. . . . . "."." .s..".$2.50
CARLES MERZ-The Great American Band Wagon. 3.00
CLENDENNING-The Human Body . .. . . . . . 5.00
O'Neill-Strange Interlude. . . . . . . . . . . . " . . 2.50
WILDER-The Bridge of San Luis Rey . . . . " . . . " . 2.50
PARKS-Turnpikes and Dirt Roads .... . . . . . . 3.00
-k -11- --1 11, nIf 11 0 1 %A n

R1NZAY

8r ROSE LYTE

IN TilE
SPOTLIF- -GHT REVUE

A Novel
Terpsichorean
Treat

Featurinmg
EDDIE PRINZE
d inot Exploiting
THE CYCLONE EIGHT

A Zieg feldian
Stage Dance
Revue

-----------

Also-A Alerma id Comiiedy
"HIGH STRUNG"

U

IlAkROLl) I4ORINt4
a' the Granide Orvami

U

KARL WI EDEIlOL1)'S
1I(HWAN O.RCHESTRIA

U

KILOG tRAMS
Wo rid's Greatest
Ne-vvs Reel

i

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan