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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
-P.A G ETI R HED
F 'I( 1 /IT 7Nlq' BEGIN LT ,11EEK,
OF PRFIPARA'TIQN IlNOR
AFFIRMATIVE IS AT HOME1
V arisity Will Mfeet Northiwestern And
OlhiqS4tate On F riday Night;w
INegath-e11 0, C~olIImbius
],Fight men comprising Michigan's
irtsemester Varsity debate squad
entered the~ir final week of practice
yesterday afternoon in preparation for
the thirty-first annual renewal of the
:Cenfral league debates between Ohio
State, Northwestern,, and Michigan
In this year's debates, the Michigan
Thfirmative team will meet the North-I
western in lill auditorium while the
;AVicliigan negative will travel to Co-
lmunbus where it will meet the Ohio
State affirmative. -At the same time
ain Ohio State negative Will Oppose'
the Northwestern affirmative debaters
Qnest ion 1iisedl Before
The league queston whch has aI-
readly been debated twice the year b)y
Michigan teams is "Resolved, that the
prnciples of the Baunws law of New
fork be enacted into law in the
The Michigan affirmative team is
comp~osed of Jarl Andeer, '29, William
C. 'Bishop, '23, and Ormand J. Drake,
'28Ed. John E. Webster, '30, is the
alternate. Richard Savaage, '30L, El-
liott Moyer, '30L, and Paul Franseth,
'29, are the members of the negative
team with Howard Simon, '30, as al-
The affirmative team was the guest
of Knox college in a no-decision prac-
tice debate last week while the nega-
tive team was defeated by Minnesota
in a debate at Ann Arbor early in D~e-
cemb~er. Other than these two dle-
bates, the mn with but one or twoI
exception~s r to intercollegiate
fahrlks DebutOf O'Neill
The debates .of this year, mark the
first time that teams coached by Prof.
James M. O'Neill, new head of the
sp~eech department, have been enteredj
in the Central league contests, al-
though he sent many Wisconsin teams
against Michigan in the Mid-West dce-,
bates before leaving that institution to
YPSIL ANTI COLLEGE ANNIVERSARY
j CELEBRATION BROUGHT TO CLOSE
tMichigan State Teachers' college at; of their respective schools by means
'Ypsilanti .concluded the celeb~ration of of speeches.
the 75th anniversary of its founding,' At the morning session, Gov. Fred
yesterdlay noon, with an all-confer- XV. Green of Michigan gave the main
once luncheoni which was hield in con-! address of the program on "The P~oint
junction with the representatives of of View of the State." Dr. Ellsworth
the IMidl-Year Educational conference,, Huntington also addressed the gener-
"meeting at, the same time. D~ean Ben- a ser~yo 10 niomn
jamin F. P~itt enger /of the UniversitySteghnIsCai,"nlStrtn
of Sexas acted as toastmaster andjSteghnIsCai,"ndtrto
reprsenttive or any choos aD I. Brooks, president of the IUniversi-
colleges throughout the country con-; ty of Missouri gave an address on
veyedl the wishes and congratulations "Tlie Four Horsemen."
Traveling Secretary Is Ann Arbor Guest.................
Daniel Grant, alumni secretary of been traveling for the past six Ca
the University of North Carolina., and months. He stated the opinion. that in f.sr'illl ow .i~
this year connected with the Carnegie the matter of relationship bet ween the
Foundation on a study of adlult edui- University and its alumni, the Uni-
cation, was in Ann Arbor Wednesday, versity of Michigan is probably far-i M d
He is making an extensive tour of ther advanced than any other un M de fo
many educational centers, and has versity or college he has visited.'
Attractive and tasty select ion.
Automobile s KA-ReaonaleUn4ice
Skates Sharpeimed Promptly
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Are you one of the thousands who find, each week, hours of
haineiiiss in the Michigan Theater ! You should be. IFew cities
its I'lie wvorldI have such a theater-a magniticent palace of
udreamnis. And few theaters can- presenit such programis-the
finiest ptictulres, stage creati~ns, extra features, concert, orchesira,
organ novelties. Anl all for the same price (or less) thian most
I heaters charge for ordinary shoes.
On the Wings of Laughter Comes-
In the contests last year, Ohio!
State wogl the undisputed champion-
ship defeating Michigan at Ann Arbor
and Northwestern at Columbus.
Northwestern was second by virtue of
the -fact th~t t affirmative team de-
feated the Mdichiigan negative in the
dlebate at Evanston.
In 1926, however, when the arrange-
ment was the same as this year, Mich-
igan won the championship be dle-
feating the; Northwestern team. in
Hill auditorium and winning from
Ohio State at Columbus.
IOWA.---Elvin R. Seaton, '91, a
graduate of the college o1 lawx, has
provedl to be alive when all college
records pronounced him dead.
E'AST LANSING, Jan. 14 - The
Michigan State college board of pub- ,
lications yesterday issued a statement
disclaiming~ all responsibility fora
new., publicat ion which appeared on
the campus recently. The new organr
is said to have been established for
the expression of radical student opwn-
The board-,of publications announc-
ed that no report of the proposed
journal had been ii'ade before publi-
cation andl said that it "apparently is
o. private venture on the p~art of (cr-
lain :,,udents of the college.
JEED TO TALK ON
Prof. Thomas H. Reed of Ithe polit-
ical scie'nc depart ment will be the
principal, speaker at the Detroit Open
I'oruui this afternoon in the autono-
bile city. He will speak on the "Man-
ager plani of municipal government
Professor Reed has written exten-
sivelY Onl municipal affairs andl has !
made a particular study of the mana-
ger plan of government for cities.
hi~erii o I~C iaxt 4mestl s
y~u 'n~~fYP you pajersand fte
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(Star oif "Hero Fur A Night")
Tlha'nks ' for the Buggy Ri~de"
Beautifuil Laura Lail~ante t eamied with the refreshing coniediaui,
Glenni TryonIi n a thioro ughl y a mutsig and udpi-to-date confedy with
surprising fiii'eifl tivists and a 21m altitude of ludlicrous sit n!ationls.
You'll enjoy every moment of "Thanks For The B3uggy Rtide."
The Merry Makers of Mirth and Melody-
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These muisical clowns are wizards at emuertaiiing-
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