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L L L DEBATE O; WAS MILD, STUDENT BOOK REVEALS INTRAMUH L I L OF CAMPUS CLASS
College slang was somethingyoung women, as the following [RCommenting on the work of the
very different in the '70s from' passage show.I American stage as compared with
h__t s ,according to "Debates were required of the that of the European, Madame
what it isat present, accor osophomores on questions chosen by Rosika Schwimmer, pacifist lec-
League Chooses Helen Fellows, 30, the book, "Four Yearrs in a Boys themselves, and Will got permis- Sorority basketball teams wh; turer who spoke in Ann Arbor last
Student Council Appoints College," written by 'San Louie An- sion to have the question, "Shall intend to take part in the coming week, stated her surprise at the
John Gilmartin derson, one of the first women who the ballot be given to women?' if Intramural tournament which will lack of classical dramatic produc-
enrolled in the University. Some she could find three other to take begin Wednesday, Dec. 12, are tak- tions in this country. She referred
WILL MEET DEC. 12-15 of the experience of "Will," the part in it. Plenty of boys were ing advantage of the many oppor- to the municipalic support of re-
heroine, have already appeared in willing to take the negative, but tunities of supervised practice that pertoire theaters in European cities,
Helen Fellows, '30, and John Gil- earlier issues of the Daily. . she had trouble in finding some are being offered them this year, and commended the practice of
martin, '29, have been chosen by The book is specially interest- one to assist her on the affirma- to the extent that they filled prac- presenting matinees primarily for
the Board of Directors of the Wo- ing for the unique style in which tive. tically all of the.hours which were children, at which time the finest
men's League and by the Student it is written and for an atmosphere I Finally, one young gentleman announced as periods when Bar- classical dramas are given.I
Council to represent the University ' of the early University, which it took it, for the sake of argument, bour gymnasium was not being "Americans, liberal in their sup-
of Michigan at the fourth annual recreates in a very vivid manner. for the boys thought it would be used . port of public institutions, are
convention of the National Student A dissertation on slang appears in fine fun. So many from the other The only remaining hours which curiously backward with respect to
Federation of America which is the following conversation between classes had permission to come in are open for the practice of these the theater. Such enterprises as
to be held from Dec. 12-15 at Co- two of the characters. and hear it that the room was intramural basketball teams are the New York Theater Guild and
lumbia, Missouri. "I wish," said Clara, "that you , crowded. The first affirmative from 4 to 5 o'clock Tuesday and Eva Le Galienne's theater are
The federation is an outgrowth would not fall into the boys' man- lacked spirit, plainly showing that Thursday and from 7:30 to 8:30 worthy of high praise," Madame
of the Intercollegiate World Court ner of expressing things, for they the young man did not feel deep- Tuesday evening. The main reason Schwimmer remarked. "Neverthe-
Congress which met at Princeton are so full of slang." ly the cause for which he was that these practice hours have less, it is amazing what tremendous
in December, 1925. During the en- "It is greatly superior to girls' 'speaking. The first speaker on the been signed up for quickly, is that progress the American playwright
suing year it established relations &hng," began the provoking Will, negative had evidently read and the members of the teams realize has achieved. Such productions as
with the International Federation "why, one of my girl-friends went thought on the question, and his the importance that accuracy and "Beggar on Horseback," and "Pro-
df Students and promoted Euro- to Vassar, and came home full of arguments were well presented, co-operation plays in making a cessional" command my highest
dean travel for American students. such as 'I'm dying to know it'; I'Tm consisting of all those objections good showing in the tournament, admiration. Like all fine things, I
It is now represented in the Con- furious to see him', and the most now so hackneyed, but then com- If any team wishes to make use of should like to see them produced
federation Internationale des Stu- trifling things were horrible, or paratively new. He sat down amid these hours for further practice, in my own home town."
diants. i splendid, or gogeous, and every a round of applause, and there they should get in touch with Miss The sphere of the dramatic critic,
The aim of the federation is to other sentence began with, 'I vow!'jwas a general murmur among the Nellie Hoover, or Miss Murray, who Madame Schwimmer went on to
provide student dicussion of com- and if you don't see that boys slang boys of "Let's see her beat that, have charge of intramural athletics say, is not limited to comments
mnon problems, to decide on the is superior to that use of Eng- if she can"; "She can't come up at Barbour gymnasium, as quickly upon the productions he sees; he
the world federation, and to furtii- I lish, I don't admire your taste. For to that," etc. as possible. should rather act as a propagand-
er student contact in this country. instance, 'chees it,' 'that squelches Will arose quietly and took her Games scheduled for Wednesday, ist to further the demand for the
The subject of the convention me,' 'I'm smashed on her,' 'up on place upon the platform. She was Dec. 12, the first day of the tourn- i best that can be had in theater art.
his year is to be "Quo Vadis." It your ear,' or 'that's cheeky'-jewels a trifle pale, and a little frighten-! ament, are as follows: at 4 o'clock Madame Schwimmer also expressed
will be treated from political, liter- every one of them, 'five words ed, for she knew that the majority i Sigma Kappa vs. Alpha Epsilon herself as of the opinion that
ry and educational points of view. i long,' that sparkle upon the was against her. Her voice trem- Phi, and Alpha Phi vs. Kappa Kap- America has more good actors
The federation at its first meet- stretched forefinger of all time bled at first, but she grew steady pa Gamma; at 5 o'clock, Hillel than actresses, in contrast with
ng in 1925 was concerned chiefly forever; then when you add to as she forgot herself in her sub- Foundation vs. Theta Phi Alpha, Europe where women are outstand-
with political questions, and the these the many ihvocations of the jject. She took up the arguments and Alpha Omicron Pi vs. Kappa ing on the stage. "Here, women
World Court held first place among Olympian eus, and other classic of her opponent, - and answered Delta. are still concerned with their pose,"
hese problems. At the second oaths,. you have at once a diction them one by one, occasionally All teams entering the tourna- Madame Schwimmer claimed.
athering, which was held at the elegant and imposing." pointing the argument with a flash ment, will be divided into different "They think it important always
Iniversity of Michigan, it was de- Naturally woman-suffrage was a of wit, which made the hard, un- groups, and each team will play
ided that these questions were so very vital question with these sympathizing faces relax, every other member of its group.
ar above the practical life of the The winner of two out of three Notices
tudents that small interest could M ii.an Campus 30 Ago Was games will be eligible for the elim-
ie aroused in them. Attention was, gp 3 YearsAg ination tournament which will be The Make-up commttee of the
herefore, turned to particular Not So idey Scattered As Today played later to decide the winner Junior Girls' Play will meet from 4
roblems of student life, including of the tournament. Finals will be until 6 o'clock on Wednesday at
ollege athletics, student govern- played, as has been the custom in Barbour gymnasium. If any mem-
rent, the curriculum, and the like. Thirty years ago the campus of Iney theatre was a legitimate thea- past years, on the date of the ber of the committee is unable to
Last years convention was held ; chigan was not so spread out;tre then. ( Penny Carnival which is to be, this attend, it is esential that she no-
t Lincoln, Nebraska. Michigan is it is today, according to Mrs.| Approved rooming houses with year, February 17. tify Margaret Bush, 7817.I
was represented by Cynthia Haw-! Mabel Schorr who was a student I inspection were unheard of. Men As in all other intramural tourn-
ins, 29, and Charles Gilbert, '28.. at the University of Michigan at and women often roomed in the aments any woman who is a mem- Any Junior women who have not
o H. Chamberlin, '28, ,a s also in- that time. The new diagonals, had same house, and there were no ber of a sorority, regardless of made a definite appointment to
'ited to speak before the conven- been laid down a short time be-!special rules as there are today." whether she lives in her house or try out for Junior Girls" Play can
ion on the subject "Student Gov- fore Mrs. Schorr came and she Mrs. Schoor showed an extract not, is eligible for membership on call for appointments at the candy
inment." heard how glad the students were from her dairy which she kept her intramural team. Pledges and booth in University hall between
The constitution of he Natiorai not to be compelled to walk in during the two years she was here. freshmen, are also allowed to play. 10 and 12 today.I
MER NOTICES LACK
to show the audience the best pro-
file, to look pleasant, to look at-
tractive, to look..."
When questioned as to her opin-
ion of the American moving-pic-
ture, Madame Schwimmer con-
doned the lack of artistic merit in
the movies. She is amazed, she,
says, at the primitive emotions that
take so important a part on the
screen, and at the public's readi-
ness to accept them with practical-
ly no demand for variation or ar-
"This may be due to the fact that'
the director has too much to say
about the actor, who becomes a
mere mechanical device," she re-
marked. With the marvelous tech-
nical equipment which is available
here, and the fact that America
has the money to pay for and de-
mand fine actors, it is a tragedy,
Madame Schwimmer feels, that
American moving-picture pro-
ducers have not already taken
steps toward the improvement of
C their productions in keeping with
the best artistic principles.
TO START INTRAMURAL I
Michigan's first intramural bowl-
ing tournament for women will
take place Tuesday, December 1$,
in the new Women's Athletic build-
ing, and all women on intramural
teams, who wish to practice before
this date, may use the alleys from
4 to 6 o'clock every day.
An instructor will be present at
this time, to help and coach any
beginners, and it is hoped that all
competitors will take advantage of
this opportunity to improve their
bowling. Each entrant must have
had two practices before she will
be eligible to enter the tournament.
As this is the first year that a
tournament has been staged in
bowling, it is not expected that
any great skill in the sport
will be displayed in the matches.
so no one need be afraid to
enter on this score. It is
hoped that every house will con-
tribute a team, and all athletic
managers must hand in the two
members of their team, by Friday',
December 13, at the office in Bar-
Tryouts For Junior
Girls' Play Continue
Junior Girls' Play tryouts proced-
ed at a rapid pace yesterday, al,-.
proximately 40 women appearing
before the play committee. The
rapid rate at which the appoint-
ments are being filled is enabling
the committee to make additional
appointments for the three days of
For each afternoon 36 women
have received five-minute appoint-
ments, making a total of 132
juniors scheduled to try out. There
remain about 100 women who wish
to make appointments.
The last opportunity to make an
appointment to try out will be
given from 10 to 12 o'clock today,
when a member of the committee
will be at the candy booth in Uni-
versity hall to complete the sched-
Tryouts for comedy parts are
especially desired by the commit-
tee, as there will be much use for
this type of material in the play
which has been selected. Excerpts
from plays, rather than poetry
should be given, the committee an-
SALE OF GLOVES
Mortarboard will continue the
sale of gloves begun during the
bazaar, at a table In University
hall, today and tomorrow. These
are fine quality French kid gloves
in a number of styles, some of
which are washable. The gloves
range in price from $2.50 to $4.25.
This year for the first time,
men's gloves are available. Orders
that are placed immediately will
be filled and delivered by Dec. 21
and should make very acceptable
Christmas gifts. The proceeds will
be given to the Women's league.
Made on the Head
McKinsey Hat Shop
227 S. State
Student Federation of America the deep campus mud. "Rain, rain, rain. Went to church. ,
contains the following statement "The year I came gymnasium Called at Eva Land's and Pi Beta
as to its purposes: "We would work for women was begun," she Phi house." Eva Land is now Mrs.
achieve a spirit of cooperation said in an interview. 'It was in Evangeline Lindbergh.
4mong students of the United charge of Dr. Eliza Mosher and a I
States, to give consideration to Miss Schneider, and consisted of jTPORTABLE
to questions affecting students, to drills, marches, and exercises with TYPEWRITERS
develop intelligent student opinion dumbbells and wands. Corona, Underwood
bn questions of national and inter- "The Spanish-American war was Remington, Royals.
national importance; and we would going on and every evening the We have all makes.
foster understanding among stu- volunteers drilled on the campus Colored duco finishes. Price $60.
dents of the world in the further- with the students lined up to
ance of an enduring peace." watch them. 0. D. MORRILL
"The chief amusement was bi- 17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615
Notice cycling-everybody rode. Hay rid-
ing, picnicking, sleigh-riding, ice-
skating on a pond near Packard'
The W. A. A. Executive board will street, and coasting on the hill , The Finest and
meet at 6:00 o'clock tonight at the i the railway station were some of
Women's Athletic building I of the outdoor sports. The Whit- Largest Line of
Lamps, Children's !
Books and Dolls.
THE ART AND
bi illis I GIFT SHOP
218 S. State St
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IN CHORAL UNION CONCERT SERIES
Hill Auditorium, Thursday, December 13,
8:15 p. m. Sharp
A limited number of tickets still available
On the Can
DEC. 12th ai
Preserve the few remains
ing hours for sleep by eat-
ing easily digestible food.
Collegians the country
over are confining theirf
after-the-dance suppers to
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Serving an exacting women's clientale all through the year, n
the logical place for men to shop for women. Choosing will be a p
ease of mind in knowing that your selection will be in good taste an
Tonight and next Tuesday evening we will be open for1
of men shoppers from:7 to 9 p. m.
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