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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WOMEN- ARE ELIGIBLE
TO SPEECH CONTESTS
OF ORATORICAL 0ARD
EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING
WILL BE FEATURED
EACH SEMESTER
MEDALS TO BE AWARDED
Decision To Admit Women Is Made
In Order To Arouse Interest.
Of Student Body
Women students interested in
public speaking and debating are
elgible for the first time this year
t participate in contests sponsored
within the University by the local
contests committee of the Oratori-
cal Board, according to John E.
Webster, '30P, chairman.
The decision to admit women as
competitors in these contests
which include an extemporaneous
speaking contest each semester
and an interpretative reading con-
test in the spring was made by the
Oratorical Board with a view to
promoting interest in speech and
speech activities throughout the
entire student body.
Medals Will Be Awarded
As incentive - to further interest
in this direction gold, silver, and
bronze medals are to be awarded
to students placing first, second,
and third in each contest. It is
also possible that an oratorical
contest for freshmen men and wo-
men will be sponsored during the
spring semester, according to
Webster.
The first of these contests and
the only one to be held this se-
mester will be an extemporaneous
speech contest. Preliminary try-
outs for the contest will take place
at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the Alpha Nu room in Angell
hall.
Speeches are to be not more
than five minutes in length and I
are to be on any phase of one of
two subjects. The two subjects are1
Resolved that the dormitory sys-
tem,, including both men and wo-
men, should be adopted by the
University; and Resolved that the
success of the League of Nations
has justified the' entrance of the
United States.
To Hold Final Contest
The final contest will be held
next Tuesday evening as the fea-
ture of the annual program of the
joint meeting of the four literary
societies, Alpha Nu, Portia, Athena,
and Adelphi. Judges in both con-
tests will be members of Delta

INDIANS IN OPERA ARE DISAPPOINTING |1|1|I[lQ
BUT OTHER THINGS AREN'T SO BAD JUllUlO
Says Cora sioned about them. Oh, yes, and
My dear, I saw the Union opera there are some cute songs in it, too.T UTS
Monday night and I was positively I You really should see the show be-
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was. I think it was great, I really "Pow Wow Papa" is too good and Appointments May Be Made Today s
do, and my dear, if you miss see- censors it. For Limited Number Will m ete Toda ADDED FEATURES
ing it, you'll be sorry, because The costumes were great, too, Of Women C melo y
everyone is going to tell you how even though the Senora Mercedes !-Opened with many improve-
good it is. did wander around in a lace and FRIDAY TO E LAST SA Sororities, dormitories, and other ments this season, the Coliseum
You know, tnough, I'm disillu- gold dress at sunrise. It was a 'women's organizations will start skating rink, which is owned by
sioned forever in regard the ro- wow of a dress though, and set off Ancompetition in the intramural the University and is located on
sin d inyureadthboiher charms to perfection. I do After a lull in Junior Girls' Play basketball tournament today when 5th avenue, is now ready for its
fiction-that is if those Indians are think, though that the leading tryouts today the women who have the first games will be played at 4 annual host of skaters. Among the
true specimens. They did have lady's costume. should. have been not yet tried out will have -an o'clock at Barbour gym. At 4 o'clock new features this year is an arti-
good voices, but I hope the dumb more securely anchored in at least opportunity to do so tomorrow and the following teams will meet: ficial ice plant which it is expect-
and open mouthed expressions on one instance. Imagine her em- Friday. Extra appointments are Sigma Kappa vs. Alpha Epsilon ed will greatly facilitate matters in
their faces was due to the make- barrasment when it started to part being given on those days in order Phi, Alpha Phi vs. Kappa Kappa keeping the rink in condition for
up and not to nature. The In- company at a crucial moment. to accommodate the hundred or Gamma. At 5 o'clock, Hillel foun- the guests.
dians were the singing chorus and The plot was exciting, too, I more women who were left after dation will play Theta Phi Alpha, All University women are urged
they sang on the stage along with mean it really was. Sometimes the 36 appointments had been made and Alpha Omicron Pi will meet to practice skating as much as pos-
the other more handsome and plots in these operas aren't, you for each day. Kappa Delta. sible in preparation for skating
beautiful but less musically gifted know, but this was. There was There will be no tryouts after The tournament will consist of parties that will be given under
ones. They did form such a suit- much dashing around of theatrical, Friday, Dorothy McKee, assistant two parts, the first games to be the auspices of W. A. A. after the
able background for those touching people, including a second Louise chairman of the play, announces. played with other members of the Christmas holidays. Following a
love scenes between Bob and Fazenda. There was an abduction Appcintments may still be made group. Those teams winning three series of these preliminary affairs,
Sylvia. But then maybe they were of the leading lady by the Indians, today from 1 to 3 o'clock at the out of four games will meet other the organization will sponsor the
supposed to be as dumb as they there was intrigue, there was a candy booth, and Miss McKee teams of other groups in a regular big women's sporting event of the
looked and maybe they didn't un- short but vital duel between the urges that all women who have elimination tournamen such as winter season, the skating carni-
derstand English very well either. blond Viking person-meaning the not yet arranged a time to try out was played in hockey. It is neces- val.
Anyway, they really did add to the leading man-and the villainous make an oppointment at once, as' sary that the tournament be run
singing. Mexican, and last but of course not the schedule for tomorrow and in this way on account of the un- W. A. A. SPONSORS
And girls, the cowboys in thecleast, there was the short but pO- Friday is practically filled already, usually large number of teams '
show really' did come up to my tent love affair between Bob and even with extra tryouts allowed which have entered. There are 23 BACON BA T PART Y
expectations, I mean they actual Sylvia. All in all, it is a good show, for. The time of tryouts is from teams competing in the tourna-'
IIente atay~mean it actually is. ta3 tmptiginth'1kra
did. If it weren't for such press- 3 to oclock ment.
______________ occ.Imet All University women arc invited
ing duties here I'd take the first The committee has expressed it-' to go up the river for a bacon bat
train for the West if I had to ride 0 111Al self as being very well satisfied Women which is being sponsored by W. A.
the rods-maybe I would. Any- ILL with the tryouts so far. Surpris- P c eA. Sunday morning. The party
way, you really should see those ingly good material has been dem- For Tournaments'will leave Barbour gymnasium at
cowboys, and the leading man- onstrated, and if the remaining 8:30 for the fireplace, where the
oh-h-h, my dear! 'Nuff said, you'll tryouts yield as good results thei Women who are interested in feed will be held. A small fee will
hiave to see him for yourself to , . T HT E committee feels confident that the archery and fencing and who wish be charged of each person in
really appreciate him. ' personnel of the play will more to keep in practice in these sports order to defray the food expenses.
And I liked the stage settings, Women students who have not yet than equal the excellence of the during the winter, season for the Anyone who wishes to go on the
too. I even liked the opening done so may purchase se manuscript chosen. tournaments that will be held in outing is asked to sign her name
Thorus even If it was too long. The the 1928 Michigan opera, "Rain- Second tryouts will occur after the spring, may do so by entering on a slip posted on the bulletin
Indians looked really romantic up bow's End" any da hi k at Christmas vacation. At that time the classes which are being offered board in Barbour gymnasium. The
against that blue sky effect. It I's may signayuphin groups: or
mstthe Whitney theate box-office be all women called back from their at the Woman's field house. Both women may sign up in groups or
was when they turned the lights inning at ten o'clock each morn- first tryout will appear again be- elective and restricted classes are individually.
in.- r-fore the play committee, being held in this sport. This is the second of smiliar out-
Two performances have already Restrictive archery is held at 10 door parties that W. A. A. has
Coeducation Praised been given and performances are A A B dEo'clock on Mondays and Fridays. sponsored this season. About 20
Coutiede ad erfmances aeigh V. A. A. Board Elects I The elective class meets at 4 attended the affair held three
By Famous Humorist of this week as well as a Saturday Publd tte mMa- o'clock on Mondays and Wednes- 'weeks ago, and it is expected that
matinee. aCwel sa atrdydays. the number will increase at the
MexicanatmosphereIndian Diatne.NePbit Pna r I Atpresent about fifteen women feed Sunday morning.
Broun Declares Association With color, and tuneful music are com- . New 4t are enrolled in the elective fencing.II Iiiiiiii iiilIlI
College Women Is Best j bined in the class which is being held at 4
For Students opera. After the Ann Arbor run, At the regular bi-weekly meet- o'clock on Monday afternoons. The
. members of the company will pre- ing of the executive board of the restrictive classes are at 11 and 2 ( '
NEW YORK, Oct. 31.-In an n- pare for the' tour around the coun- I Woman's Athletic association, held o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I = A
terview with the New York univer- y which will be made during at the field house last night, the
sity Daily Student, Heywood Christmas vacation. The itinerary supper meeting took the form of a Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
Broun, nationally known humorist' begins with a performance at To- 'Christmas party. The fire was $4.00
and columnist, announced himself ledo and ends with the Kalamazoo lighted in the fireplace and din-
in favor of co-education. showing Jan. 5. ner was served in front of it with
"I'm strong for the co-ed and Extensive preparations have been the Yule log lending a holiday at-
heartily believe in co-education,' underway for some time for the j mosphere. The supper was pre-
Broun stated. I think it's the best road-trip. More than 125 men pared as. is usual by the members
thing for colleges. It's preferable will make the trip in various ca- 'of the board under the direction of
for the college man to have asso- pacities, some as cast members, Ethel Klanderman who is in I
eiation with women in the college some as chorus girls or men, and charge of the arrangements.
rather than outside it. When there I some as members of the executive Regular board business including
is no oppotrunity within the col- department of the company. Two reports from the officers and man-
assotemwi o ontai1eand baggage cars will be required to ac- agers of sports and the discussion
ssociatewith ononalower I commodate the extensive and elab- I bf the coming basketball and bowl-
intellectual and social standing,ortscnyotueadthr
andthe otensho apreereceorate scenery, costumes, and otherI ing tournaments, was conducted by
and they often show a preference equipment necssary to th presen- tupresident, was cmuted by
for waitreses. Thethenpresident,, Betty Smither, 29. t
(or waitresses. The monastic idea, tation of the opera. !Helen Domine, '31, was installed as
of purelyamen's colleges is all Entertainment has been ar- publicity manager of W. A. A., She Headqu
wrong. I can't see it at all." ranged in the various cities to fete was elected by the board to fill
Some sixteen dollars each is the the members of the company. So- the place made vacant by the res-
.ossip-price for these ciety leaders and alumni are plan- igaation of Marjorie Follmer '30.
chromatic ning many parties and special af- REALISTIC
expostions of Operatic splendor on fairs to keep the "Michigan males" Subscribe to The Michigan Daily, The Last Word in Permanent
view in local shop windows. This amused throughout their trip. ( $4.00 a Year. Wa Positivel no finger or
would seem to be the heigh of u1w1uUlIIImIilliti11Illllltlillii 1 nater waving necessary. Come
something or other. w in, let us prove this "to you. B E S J (R
The meeting was the first one in MICHIGANt
he history of Adelphi in which BEAUTE SH PPE 15 Niche
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ILL HOLD TRY OUTS
FOR11DRAMA TONIGHT
Tryouts for the Little Princess,
the dance drama, which members
of Orchesis have chosen to work
on for presentation before the
academic classes in natural danc-
ing soon after Christmas vacation,
I will be held at the regular meet-
ing of the society at 7:15 o'clock
tonight in the Women's Athletic
building.
This drama includes many prob-
lems which the members of the
society have been working on dur-
ing its Wednesday meetings such
as pantomine, and lyric problems.
All members of Orchesis are eligi-
ble for these try-outs, and while
the dance drama will be given pri-
marily for the students in natural
dancing and will not atempt to be
a finished product, it will be as per-
feet as the members can make it,
in the limited amount of time they
will have to spend on it.
Elective natural dancing classes,
for any women interested, have
now begun and are held from 10 to
12 o'clock every Saturday morning
in thecorrective room, downstairs
in Barbour gymnasium. Both be-
ginners and advanced students at-
tend these classes, but no pre-re-
quisite training is required. The
mere fact that the women who at-
tend are interested in learning,
problems in natural dancing, is
enough to allow them to become
a member of the class.
Individual attention will be given
on any problems the student is
particularly concerned with, and
there will be no standard course, or
required amount of work to be
covered, as there is in the academic
classes. No student is required to
stay the entire two hours either,
but she may come for just as long
as she cares to.
W. A. A. points will be given for
these classes on the same basis as
for other activities.
LEAVE YOUR ORDER
NOW FOR YOUR
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Candy
We pack, wrap and
mail everywhere
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Sigma Rho. Subjects in the final
contests will be selected by drawa
during the afternoon before thea
final contest.
. Any student is eligible to partici-f
pate in the contest who is scholas-
tically eligible for public activitiesv
and has not participated in any
intercollegiate speech contest. This
proviso does not include studentsg
who are first semester freshmene
although they will be eligible for v
competition in the spring contests. m
1 JUNIOR WOMEN
Appointments for J u n io r It
Girls' Play tryouts may be made I(
between 1 and 3 o'clock today I
t at t.hecandy booth in Univer-

sity hall. These appointments H E L S I N G F O R S; Finland's
are for tomorrow and Friday I student corps passed a resolution
afternoons. No tryouts will be that English should be the lan-
I held after Friday.!1 guage used for all foreign student
o correspondence.
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