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NNESOTA WILL MEETI NEG~ATIVE CRNil0 SC E
VARSITY TEAM AT MINNEAPOLIS'
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StoreSystem. of Tropical Garrison.
SIMON IS FIRST SPEAKERI WILL PLAY THREE DAYS
Purduc to Support Negative Ii Seats Placed on Sale at Theatre; 31 HOST
Here Minnesota to Contest Sell-out isExpected for
With Michigan Negative. i All Performances. Ii
Michigan will send two teams into As a climax to more than four a
conference debates tonight when I monts of intensive drilling and'a
the fi9.niaive rect Pudue n :constant rehearsing on the part of
Iiladtruadtv ast more than 100 members of thre cast S1LA
negative team debates against Miii- I and choruses, "Merrie-Go-Round," MebrifteVriyngtv dbtn emwihwl etCina
nesota at Mnneapolis. The topic Pictured. above is the Varsity affirmative debating team which meets the twenty-fourth annual produc- awthMinesoft e atitnegatighet, r ictueabov.c Frolmeleftrosto
for the discussion is "Resolved: that IPurdue in Hill auditorium tonight. Reading from left to right are: towfteino prawl aet rihnaesowatnnapstha nivy,a1,ta ovie.rom1,lesstg
thre Principle of the chan storess-I Orman~d J Drake, .'30 Ed.; Howard Simuon, '32 L.; Garrett B. Wright, itsFl were1
=30.; and Albert Donohue, 31. itspemier performance tonight at J. Dunn, 31, and Feneonn Boe the, '31.
temn is detrimental to the best in- ;i h Mchgnhete.__-_-__-- ose
tcrests of the United States public." II~ IIIII C IIS~OOEPO The seat sale this year has been flI j[l ft DANCE TICKEITS. tack 1
Howard Simon, '32L, will be theG L .. L L aesligaply iiusayb adattetme UlILU fa Tickets are now available in Tho
fisbpekrothcira' oe Sophomore Prom to be held the tickets were remroved to the box l Ui mie ubrfrtewne ssr
team. He hias had considerable ex- Rf l Friday nightith 1e Union Ball office of the theatrre hd RfVfll M fu~l formal dance of the Lawyers' ports
perienxce in college debating, and Tb IlTOO f Room. They are on sale in Un11r R 1 I~ll 111 ibwihist ehl o- we n
wa eme f atyersvast1i tU Uversity hal aid at the Union been sold than in previous years at TlubwhicVisto bUhedIU ii WVI PH row night at the club, it is an-
AletDnhe 3,woi nteAdusk. ithe same time. Indications are fom H rfsor WilL-i ouned.. Law students arc s- wr
team. The second speaker will be _asll-outfortefourperfom- ________invitetoatend._ice__
Abr ooxe'3,woiontejMore Than Half $1,500 Quota _Hygaisen-ouPforfhesforrprfor- invteduoratend.igce
tean) for the first time this year.4 Realized in Yesterday's on Sex ~ acstob ieni n Abr and Religion'U rD 0RIF Na
Ormanxd J. Drake, '3OEd., will close "ChaiyDrive. IH11 I~~J J[~ Sasfralo teso~ o-Ti feno.H 'J ~" "
theacate [oL theaffirmativI IUeever, will be on sale at the box of- II] IIU-VI II China
Tn MNhsbenatv ncmpsfr-F N S OT RPLSflce at the theatre from 10 o'clock --- 1TNCOC S forig
scs, and is Presiden t.of the Oa- TO IU I TL H901TUIOI evl moringfor tc rest of RIOTIPROBLMCONVICTS1 R
toripal ass'ociation. Last year he Continuing their c2'ivc for funds ( 1 wek as performances will be given "rbesilSxadRigo"IMnd
; uuhtmro ihSaturday "rbesi e n eiintemp
was the winner of the local con- with which to supply the crippled;~whtmrrwngt is the subject to be discussed by"wleBivdDadFlongpet
tsinteNorthern Oratorical. -ideofteUvrsy lp- Council W\arns All F reshmnen !night, and at a Saturday matine. Prof. Warren E. Forsythe , of te Tev eivdDa ol wi pene
League, and repres ented the Uni- ta a happy Christmas Galens,1 to Wear Pots'; Drastic Hlaines Is Author. deateathesv Outbreak at Auburn State I thous
versity in thne rurl competition ;honorary medical fraternity, will MauesTkhyTebogoiMrreG-fluu" ene , ofasrimen o, allCu rsni e ok ie
hier* last May. lie was al: o a miem-' sell tags again today in an effor t' Oiitl fasre fAlCipswt
1I1to reatti bc theirRanquota oofb r$1,a00.eaAt debaing-t~a- wajsto ralitetheby uDoaafl$1,5 0.netI' toorbe held hat a 4 o'clock tht sLinne
-b eg astive ar's deaingth 'os1of'' eda drive $900,1 COMIMITT I WILL MEET ithe cjournalistic department. The H AD.5 tMISKIL iuI
Nseiea inaJ95 heco> fyseasIitting 1s on the mythical island1 afternoon ii Room D, Alumni Me- I EA _"PRISKILm
Fenielon Boeschre, '3I, will open more than half the quota, had- - I of Costa Grio and the immeditae 'muial hall. - rebel
the debate for the Michigan rnega- Ibe deposited In the bank. and anI Official warning to freshmen to i tra 'v,>°"° s[fPres) 5,000
tive team at Minneapolis. He Is :etasumn of $250 had been receiv-I wear their. "pots" was Issued last bacgo unssatmrcn.ry Poesr Foste hogiABRN . ec l--fe st tit
entering his second year of inter- I ed from the fraternities and soro- ,.g LyteStdmtcui~i ~p ui frt t eaching classes in hygiene and hours of rioing, a besieging force S
colegiate compettion, having been ;rties on the campus. ngtakyle atudethe ousame . tieps-Mscfrtepodcifortulchalh swl sbig h fgad n oic oih rs- S
a eetkna h aetm o e-iwitnb oelLv 0,rie member of the team that debated Paul R. Hildebrand, '30 M, pros- dsiln Trusedale Meyers, '30, Richard Wat- director of the University Health ed control. of Auburn Prison from miles
against Northwestern last year in1 ident of Galens anu chairman of the proper iciln of first year (kins convicts, leaving a death toll on Pukov
11 uitorium. Jesse J. Dunn, '3,! the drive, stated in an interview students who psitily brea '3 Q0,amnd Williami Reynolds;,Sevc, is said to have gained anr officially estimated at twelve. ernu
Hil thasnd memer opthrteattatnteymebereofkale'31pr.-The lyrics for the musical Hnu- insight on this question, which was rrThe mutinous convicts had seized streari
aise aecnotheeroc e t amsth a g eatbeoalhenaesiythis one of the LUniversit's tradi-beshv bencmodbyM.Iocddto eoeofhe ottewaeEgrS.Jnisss
n citd s Nmhercmpan s abe n comp.ose pyMadiorteded ro bl oems ofre o tingardn, dgaSJninsthe
wr.NtaLey'3,wlbethe! of individuals and the fraternities to n ee ,asa ildwt
woirdsk erortha Levya31tillta, bx ooite hc aldte prompted the council to take the IJr., 31. the average college student today! principal keeper, George A. Drn- met
and is also a veteran in college! organization to realize a very su- Ifcthif.eud ntim Thre principal pats of the story I by the representative group of stu-i ford; before the law, after six hours the in
speakig r.IctIivEA'. ,eeIfftl drivesfor the fiotst day.are taken by Byron Dalrymnple, 32. dlets who selected the the sub- of battliing, ad gained the upper Rei
1exwte i ileru Wimr. "wa fitwmoney obtained we diately take to wearing their "pots" <<xlo, as Mary, the daughter of tihe jects for discussion for the entire had kingi
I eathwin er of heCin "i 1 rfularly, reported violatonrs will be coiiimapdcr of the post, is the he- series of Frumns.A opntuofbriadpsiotofheCn-Ig
p'urs E. temporaneous contestlst shaledaort coplsI rebrought before a special, disiplunr- Irm1ide Straight, spec., is the 11 the course of te dscussion tios began with occupation of the derly
year, and was another mernbar of obetv1" Hlern ttd ary committee, composed of the (Continued onl Page 8, Col. 7) Prof~sor Forsythe' will incorporate Prison yard and part of the cell ive v
These three objectives will be a atlei'_______sto,_Whtiste e
last semester's team. Atl. resent, Christmas party for the children captains of the 'varsity ahei ~ -______ -teqeto,"hti h e blocks by several hundred heavily
ire s Spaker o n e A p ofu e m- egoundeqipen a deuppls teamtis and other campvus ceaders, iJoseph Grundy Sent Prblem? :Which is to blame: ra-, armed guards and police. Skirm- Fi
of Representatives, oeforb a- puchsngpbh'cuni dcild.liiusdonasoi e raiwill rise outline o h sarhofgrs
pus fforensicssocietties.grouto Servemint and guoplidogma, soiialstratitionoorhishues incidental tortheisearcheoffgrebs
th os aua riigron - nm oteminan c f ectooic bal ers?"Hewilouliecell -blo ks, Shrops and offices rebe
Th dba~ctoihtwil tatat8 hebosmaua a upprom or ncec of University traditions that Pennsylvania Senator the problemi, first of all, in its SO- brought a known ~otal death of six chranl
o'nlckralywil beerti to the paymentth Iositlwhchi the eniterin r students learn to ob- I cial nture and then point out theI convicts. oe
lie. Dean Carec E. Griffin, of ttee entirely, evenritortheepaymentstof.Iier tV' ( A , ui r :n religious .problems involved in any, aeLi atr)~,Cifo a me
School ,of Business Administration 1 hemanual training instructor,b ye, '30primary on te, cornstc.;WSHN .K1 u~p onsideration ofsex. Following Ielie M. ate thiftrnoonyrcie o Pu- lo
will preside. M. F. roe;ge 1 oeithe members o aes stated concerning the matter. "if R.rucywotlthSeeob I will discuss the nature of the prob- 'aided in the quelling of the riot, chi
the debate for Purdue, and will be! All money not utilized for the the freshmen continue to go with- by commuittee what he thiouht rem wichx confronts the student reported that ive other prisoners . h
folwe yGereLab hasChita party will gomanig toward mluxpa-out their "pts," as several corn- about the Senate, came to Wash- in regard to, sex conduct and thxeI had been) killed by machine gun portsg
Tyo llloePrfNihls. rovn n anann plai pnts to the council have shown I igtoni tonight to take the place of methods in which the situtioI fire Inl fighting in the south winrg Iennm
Weiss, of Albion, will b)e the judge. glrud facilities and manual train- thlat they have been doing, drastic!I William S. Vare, of Pennsylvania,! may be handled. j of the building,lg
-.- --------ug om n h niest Hs asures will by taken to have 1whoe, was informed by the Senate Professor Forsythe has indicated ; Included amon")rg thec dead con- o
University Art Club ( pdta-.I that lieditian notrved, lieddthere that he will make the discussion as ;vcts, Cadin said, was Stephen Pa-I
toen PrepareeDrwingsing on sucihistaiin osre ihn e iue fe o-frank as those resent desire. While lak, Buffalo crimxinzalwho figured smk
-- --he-ony bthee frmoheeey___obtained_______from_____therorsiheranounedri apisehuesio isnonepecedtode shingledeainth i'otoflas ld
DraingIro hiimian lgues drvestha mae area Chistas ENIRS.pounrtnent to the vacant sat o settled withm any degree of finality, summer. Earniest Devesi, another of Iestab
thewUniverty Athceubmefietstd8iHosita ae Iea.ChitmsSpa E NORS2,dlii ! wihVaewselceGrnythe Forum Committee feels that a the ring leaders in the previous Iment
tl~re UnipossibleArforlu inectm at ie Honpital. ures in tie Senior section ofI reached the Capitol from Harris- better understanding of the nature riot, was also included in the death
o'clck timiht i th fouth-loorI te Miimianenianis oenburg and prepared to present hlis of the problem will enable students list by Cadin. It
Studio of tie he tcua architectural build-! Committees Named Sam Atkins, 30, business man-i credentials to an caroused Senate. toICwt h iuto na Th ahn umacrigt
ing. * a ger announces. lie asks that! Word of the appointment of more satisfactory manner. Cdnwr ntehnso tt
Donald A. Kimball, president ofI for Freshman Frolic seniors act at omnce by par{'hais- Grundy spread quickly in the Sn- I Although tihe Forum is scheduled troopers. ti
the socty says that mxemrbers may ing terpoorpe' e ate which only yesterday received { tobeheldinRo DofAu i Ahafdengrdwreht
reproduce the model ini crayon, orn Members of the Freshman Frolic ceipt at the Press buildilng this !a~ report fromi the lobby commnittee Memorial H1l hr sa osbl rgase hnndrcvro 'Po1
charcoal, or any other medium I committee were announced yester- afternoon from 1 until 5.jIon tie "lobbying activities" of tie ity of it being moved to the West gas attack, Warden Jernings and dens
' they desire. This marks the first! day by the presidents of the re- -IPennsylvania manufacturer in be- Gallery because of tie limited tie seven guards were snatched erns
of the series of laboratory sectoins spective classes represented on the 1 half of the pendinig tariff bill, seating capacity of the former. from the clutch of thne convicts Plain
tbehlbyteAtcu.Igroup. R. P. Utting, chairman of the RADIO EM PL Y D Senator Nye, of North Dakota, a -__--__wh-hl temhstgiIo'clo
1 social committee of the first year AI7 Republican Independent, imnnedi- DRAMATIC CLUB --- --- Sien
G ALVENS INITIATE 1 engineering class is general chair- FOR AD VYERTISINTG l ately set about to preparesa reso- Council Makes Motion Can,
man for the function. IIltoIIoecld rud s a-the
5TV T **alNJ L D E Other members of the committee; - - ticipant in a $1,800,000 campaign-'
and their respective sub-commit- ! : i- ng in the 1926 Pennsylvania pri--ign
-- )tee positions are: J. C. Schroeder, To hear words mysteriously' ary of the Mellon-Fishecr-Pepper!- Second tryouts for a group of 20 JIvestigationi into the possibili-min
Meeting at a banquet yesterday '33, chairman of the music com- emnatig from airy heights is5 ticket. That was the ticket which1 students and special tryouts for i ties and the advisability of incor- rul
ath Woe'sLau bulig, itePalBter '33, chairman strange enough, but to learn that i was defeated by Vare in his $785,- several who could noat attend thre pora ing an honor system in t theaesWo ns Deuli
Geshonorary Lu medical sceociety, favorsPar u committee, ~, Art Robinson, Statioin "NCN" is broadcasting 1000 campaign for the Republican !first meeting will be held by Cor- College of Literature, Science and, the 1
Inducted sixteen upperclass medi- '33 E, chairman of tie tickets and from the Engineering building i'senatorial nomination. edy Club, honorary campus drama- the Arts, will be conducted by a Wl
cal students. program committee, C. M. Rush, 33, seems even miore fictiious Men- I_____________ tic organization, at 4 o'clock this comimittee appointed last night by Presi
DHugh Cabot, dean of tLecamuai pbiiy mitteetionlof GalenS' drive for funds to -,~afternoon in Sarah Caswel Angel Ernest C. Reif, '30, presidet of tei that
Medical School, acted as toastullas-+ Catherine eeson, '33, chairman help cripple children, warinrg to IOr eaIeh UL ihl. Student conil. 1Ig t
ter at the annual initiation Cere-Irfesmnsc mit, H. R. A- buy the Mihiganensian before itsjiI The group which was picked froimi A. Jaiimes Jordan, '30, who at-I sever
refeshmens cmmtte, - I- -... .."' 4A the entiare list of applicants ues- tnded his first meeting ast niht ( rr
mommy-c....x....,..1.. "y~o LI nrarrld.._ hen Jr....mradeoratonsill. U J 'irrvAdn.nnRl 6 P ra VAUI f, dy ateroon haeIeen_. _t late.beig.'.tedtoI i agaht ir

Stricken Chinese Stopped.
1romn Entering Foreign
Section by Police.
PITALS ARE FILLED
gners Desert Nanking;
irther Battling in Hogan
id Hanyang Provinces.
(Biy Associaed Press)
kNGHAI, China, Dec. 11 -
Ltonight continued a cauld-
frevolt against tihe National-
vernment. Many thousands
reported killed in a battle for
sion of Canton, after an at-
by rebels amd loyalists.
)usands of Chminese, made pani
icken by apparently false re-
of rebels approaching against
ative section of Shangha,
prevented by armed white po-
,rom enterng the city's for-
section for safety.
'oreigners Leave Nanking.
iking capitol of nationalists
., was virtually denuded o
,ners.
els, who had fought the na-
lst defenders of Canton <since
lay night/, were halted, at least
)rarily, and thrust back after
,rating the loyalist lnes to
n seven miles of the city. With
;ands of casualties on each
Canton's hospitals were filled
,wouimded, while, others con-
dt to arrive. The famous
sides Division," whilm lead the
attack, was said to hav lost
men, captured in a inatonal-,
ap while retreating.
ievere Fighting Reported.
,re fighuting was reported 50
north of Nanking betweenm
w mutineers mid loyal gov-
ent troops. The wounJ)ded
ied into Nanking. The loyal-
vere reported holding a line
three divisions and one regi-
against aim attack begun by
utineers.
inforcements sent f rotn Nan-
virtually left the Capital withi-
overnment troops antd dkor-
clemnts were said to -be ac-
with; looting threatened.
B3attles in ilomum
;hting was sad to be inl pro-
in Honanm province, but the
menace towards H-ankow, Wu-
g, and Hanyang was lessened
what by combination of less
rtantmt iliitarists against the
chieftain, General Tang Seinig-
other areas, there was a lull
ghting due, according to re-
;to strong efforts of tie gu-
eit to conciliate the factions
.ed against them~n The main
)f the rebels seems to be for
val of President Chiang Kai-
the generalissimo who in 19243
Ile Contonese northward to
dish the nationalist gover-
D. EATON NOW
k LLKS POLITICS
litics, prohibition, and presi-
s now constitute the chief con-
sof G. D. Eaton, editor of
iTalk, who will talk at 4:15
k this afternoon inm Natural
ice auditorium on "What You
Get From a Magazine," under
auspices of the Round Table
As an undergraduate at Mich -
Eaton succeeded in creating
erous academic furors as a
It of his outspoken and freely
isbed views on the affairs of
University,
men asked what he thoughit of
ident Hoover, Eaton stated
though lhe favored Smith du-
tine election, Hoover had done
al commendable things, name-
he had ousted the head of the

were Dr. Reuben Petersont, Dr. Joahn I commttee, F rasmk . Riley, "33 E, Dec. 13, inui " by Whitmia, and at~ c;irl e o11 afoe
Alexander, Don Marshall, '30Mlv, and :music committee, F. R'.O'Brien, Jr., L the announcencers wrds that lied I b Aon.Te;teswocoudancy lat week, was named alsHdo,'(M usnds o tedtetyotmeigu hutno h ru.teohraspt
Chretusn 30.Hdo i-Iickets and prorams comsamittee I was not Grahtam MYacNanmee were I'otateny tepryutmetg4nharmn f ie gro .up.Th ohes ta
- . t k t ' I ~Tuesday. will aupear for the i~st ,~,, ~ . ~

Andrew Mellon in his place, so
that gentleman was no longer

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