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A ffirm ative Team M eets College
of City of Detroit There

This Afternoon.
Affirmative Team Also D
Ohio State Negative I
Thursday Evening.


Three debates are on the pro-
gram of the University of Michigan
Women's debating team for thii
week. The first of these will take
place this afternoon when the af-
firmative team goes to Detroit to
the College of the City of
Detroit to debate the ques-
tion, resolved: That the pres-
ent extent of installment buying
of goods for private consumption
is detrimental to the best interests
of the nation. '-This question is the
subfect of all the debates.
The affirmative team is made up
of Mabel' Morris, '31 ,Ed., Jessie
Winchell, '31, and Virginia Hough-
ton, '30. The negative team leaves
for 'the University of Indiana at
Bloomington, Indiana, tomorrow
morning. Florence N. Clement, '30,
Grace Darling, '30, and Eva Hes-
ling, '31, make up, this team.'
The third debate will take place
Thursday evening in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, when the
Michigan affirmative team will
ined the negative team from Ohio
Yesterday the Michigan negative
team met the affirmative team of
the College of the City of Detroit
in a no-decision debate in the Al-
phaNu room in Angell Hall. James
H. Burney, speech instructor of the
University, acted as chairman. The
City College team was made up of
Norlna Siegel, Dorothy Ballard, and
Bernice Brennan.
Interclass basketball practices
will be held under the old system
this' week, with no extra prac-
tices. Juniors and Seniors will
practice Tuesday afternoon at
4 o'clock, Sophomores, Tuesday
at 5 o'clock, and Freshmen on
Thursday from-414o 6 o'clock.
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 13-A rule
passed by the Women's Self-Gov-
ernment Association at Ohio State'
University permitting co-eds to en-
tertain men callers in their houses
until 1 a. m. has been approved by
the dean of women. This rule, fol-
lowing the recently adopted one
permitting women to smoke in
their dormitories; is said to make
women's regulations at the univer-
sity ,mong the most lenient in the

Miss Lytle's Group of Michigan feature which few European places
Students Will See Passion Play offer.
at Oberammergau. Constant opportunities for doing
University.groups are not confin- such enjoyable things as swimming
Unierstygropsarenotconlii ,at the various watering places vis-
ed to universities alone. This is ited will increase the interests
witnessed by the fact that, each which the trip has to offer. Op-
year, students leave this country portunities to satisfy one's own spe-
for the purpose of visiting Euro cial interests will be offered in al-
for he prpos ofvisiing uro most every city visited, where one
pean places of interest. They tra- half day of more free time will be
vel in groups composed of univer- at the traveler's disposal. Tea in
sity and college members like them- quaint and charming places, as well
selves, and carry the atmosphere of as shopping, will provide memor-'
sthe campus with them. les which will linger even after the
Such a group, planned by Mary L. details of the sightseeing have been
Lytle, director of Betsy Barbour forgotten.
house, for Michigan students and I Should her group of twelve be
their friends, will sail from Quebec [completed early in the semester,
'ext June, shortly after graduation. Miss Lytle plans to conduct meet-
It will visit, in the course of its ings for reading and getting ac-
travels, the world famous Passion quainted, which w ill give the trav-
S Play of Oberammergau, which is'elers an opportunity to learn some-
e staged once every ten years. thing about the places which they
Those who are planning to go to are going to see, and make the ac-
3 Europe in the course of the next i'tual trip all the more enjoyable.
f few years are attempting to go this -f
: year, anxious not to miss one of LOBBYIST DEFIES I
the celebrated events of modern
drama. While in Oberammergau, SENATE INQUIRIES I
'Miss Lytle's party will be lodged in
the homes of the peasants where' Intensive lobbying is not the ex-
'its members will have an oppor- euiepiieso eMs
tunity to see the actual way (elusive privilegs of men, Mrs.
which the people live. This is a Gladys Moon Jones, 30 year old
publicity agent for the American
Alpha Lambda Delta Sugar Association and Americanj
Chamber of Commerce in Cuba,
Initiates Four New proved when she definitely ad-
Sophomore Members; dressed the Senate last Friday
with accusations against their
Four sophomore women, who methods of inquiry.!
1 mintained an average of half-A, Mrs. Jones declared that the1
half-B during their freshman year, Senate had violated the fourthc
were initiated into Alpha Lambda amendment by rifling private filesi
Delta, freshman honorary society, of citizens without a warrant. Sev-c
Saturday. The initiation was held I ral of her own letters were read
in the Cave of the League building. in the senate during her hearing.F
The new members of the society Much to the interest and amuse- Y
are: Helen Aulph, Ann Rambar, ment of a group of spectators at
Florence Hansen, and Pauline the hearing, she told of a man whoa
Gribling. had told her that he burned all ofs
Miss Alice Lloyd, faculty advisor his letters every 48 hoursto avoid l
of Alpha Lambda Delta, was pres- investigations, but she refused to
ent at a tea given after the cere- give his name because the infor-
moenyinaeaho n f th initiates. mation had been given during a
mony in honor oftheini s. dinner at which cocktails had
Freshmen women who have been served.
maintained a half-A, halb-B ave- Mrs. Jones is not working for her t
rage during their first semester are salary alone, which amounts to al-
automatically elected to member- most $4,000 a month, she declares,1
ship in Alpha Lambda Delta, and because she believes in keepinge
are eligible for initiation in their down sugar prices for the benefita
second semester. Those whose of the American consumer.
grades for the entire freshman year ltit l 1 1 f I1
meet the scolarship requirement
are initiated in their sophomore
Furs and Fur Coats
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448 Spring Street
Phone 9625

January 14-18.
Tuesday, .4:00-Pan ..Hellenic,
League Cave.
4:00--Junior - Senior basket-
ball practice, Barbour gym.
5:00-Sophomore basketball
practice, Barbour gym.
7:15--University Girls' Glee
club, committee room.
8:00-Athena-Portia debate,
Athena room, Angell hall.
Wednesday, 2:30 -H o s p i t al
school benefit bridge, League
8:00-Pegasus, Delta Delta
Delta house.
Thursday, 2:30-F#culty Wom-
en's Club, Michigan Union.
4:00-Freshman basketball
practice, Barbour\ gym.
5:00-Board of Representa-
tives, League committee
6:00-W. A. A. board meet-
ing, Palmer Field house.
7:00-Women's Aeronatuical
club, League lounge No. 2.
8:00-Ohio State-Michigan
women's debate, Lydia(
Mendelssohn theatre.
Friday, 4:00-W.A.A. informal
open meeting, Palmer Field
Saturday, 3:00 -A.A.U.W. open
meeting, League ballroom.
Regent Esther Cram
Asks Friends to Tea
Thursday Afternoon
Regent Esther Marsh Cram will
be at home formally from 4 until 6
o'clock on Thursday, January 16,1
in the Ethel fountain Hussey room
of the Michigan League building.
No invitations are being issued, but
Regent Cram cordially invites all
her friends to take tea with her
at that time. This is the second of a
series of informal teas being given
by Mrs. Cram.
BRUSSELS, Jan. 13 - The Bel-
gian royal famlj y arrived home on
Sunday morning from Rome, where
they went for the wedding of Prin-
cess Marie Jose and Crown 'Prince
Humbert of Italy. They wei'e greet-
ed by members of the goverrinent,
army officers, and by the provincial
and communal authorities.

Buildings to be Made Attractive
With Many Fireplaces
and Dormer Windows.
By rushing the final details per-
taining to the building contracts
and the financing operations of the
new Mosher-Jordan Hall for wom-
en on Observatory street, construe-
tion was put under way a short
time before the holidays. Althoughr
the work has progressed only to the
first floor, the bare outline of the
structure is there, and one can get
a good idea of what the appearance4
of the finished building will be.
The architects' plans, which are;
the work of Malcomnsou and Hig-
giubothamn of Detroit, show that
because of the topography of the
site, there will be a ground floor be-
low the first floor which will be
completely above ground. Entrances
from Palmer Field will be on this
The kitchen, four dining rooms,
servants quarters, and a few stu-
dents' rooms will also be on this
floor. On the first floor will be the
formal entrance from Observatory
Because the majority of the par-
ticipants were on skiis for the first

rooms, four living rooms, two
stages, book alcoves, and students'
quarters. The next three floors will
contain living quarters for the stu-
dents, and will be divided into sec-
tions by means of swinging doors
so that the women are divided into,
small groups of from 5 to 30. Every
room will have either a western or
eastern exposure and at least two
windows. Some rooms vill be flit-
ted up as sewing rooms, places for !
laundering, and as kitchenettes.
The dormitory, which will be
ready for occupancy next fall, is!
being built by the Pehrson Con-
tracting Company of Minneapolis,
while the work on wiring, plumb-
ing, etc., will be done by the Build-
ings and Grounds department of
the University. Colonial brick with
Indiana Limestone trim like that of
the Lawyer's Club, will be used for
the exterior. Dormer windows and
chimneys which are connected with
fireplaces, will add to the attrac-
tiveness of the building.

Chamber Music Society Presents
Le Trio Morgan in Second
of Concert Series.
Second on the series of concerts
being sponsored by the Chamber
Music Society of Ann Arbor is the
program to be given at 8:15 o'clock
tonight in the Lydia Mendelssohii
theatre by Le Trio Morgan. The
three sisters who make up the trio
present an ensemble of violin,
hard, and piano. Following is tlc
complete program to be presented
Larghetto ................. Tartini
Dans Notre Village ..18th Century
Douce Dame Jolie .... deMachault
Minuet ..............:..Boccherini
I Bourree ................ J. S. Bach
Danse Villageoise ..........Boly
Rapsodie..........Grand jany
Allegro, Largo, Presto.
Slaviche Fantase. Dvorak-Kreisler

street, the reception rooms, ofAices,
suites for the directors four dining P GN I

Second Try-outs
for Junior Play



time,, the party held by the Wom-
en's Athletic Association Saturday
afternoon proved to be a hilarious
affair of tangled skiis and snoxv
covered skiiers. Even the tobaggan
was not safe from upsets, and once
whirled around and went down the
hill backwards.
Late in the afternoon the party'
returned to the Field House to
warm itself before the fire and
consume the refreshments which
had been prepared by Janet Mich-I
ael, '31, vice-president of W.A.A.
The affair was so successful that
more like it have been, promised.

Irish Fantasie
It is very important that try-outs Trio.
for Junior Girls' Play be held as Caprice ................ J. S. Bach
scheduled. Those having numbers Tango...................Albeniz
up to.100 are being held on Tues- Tridna. ... ...Albeniz
day, January 14, and thase with Danse Sacree...Debussy
numbers abouve 100 on Wednes- Danse Profane .........Debussy
day, January 15. A song, dance, and Harp and Piano:
monologue must be presented, Austriana .................de Falla
whether trying out' for a part in Habanera ......'............ Ravel
th cast or the chorus.j Three Spanish Melodies (arranged)
t is urgent that tryouts who are Romanesco ....18th Century
unable to come at the hours ar- Trio.
ranged should call Ruth Van Tuyl,
assistant chairman of the play, at i AULT STE. MAME, Mich., Jan.
9774, in order to make other ar- 13-Part of the west wing of Lo-
rangements for a" convenient time. retto Academy, a girls' board"i"g
Those who have received ineligi- hool, was destroyed by fire Sun-
bility notices must see Miss Rich- day. Nuns and students were dri'-
ards. en to the streets partially clothed.

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1904 198o .
Fur Sale
This Week 96 Fine Fur
Coats for Less Than
To continue the Zwerdling
policy of not carrying over any
fur coats we will close out every
fur coat this week regardless of
The fur coats offered here are
not "Sale" merchandise; but the
choice of the fur coat market.
B'y Now and Save
25to 60%

Theres a suggestion of
bthiGrecian and Empire
periods in the new for
nial Silhouettes, necessi-
tatg a graceful, sctulp-
tared £g re. This lovely
f a 10cut hack), of pink -
satin tricot and hand
loomed elastic, skillfully
uplifts the bust, defines
the natural waistline and
curves smoothly over
thiehips. Also in black.
Model 352 -$250
Dainty garter belts in an assortment of
styles and colors. Former values to $1.50.
Now reduced to -
Second Floor

Slashed to the core.-The prices on our finest winter
coats. Models for everyone-embodying all the season's
correct style notes-now offered at prices at fraction of their
original prices. "Women and Misses-models and sizes for.
every taste and type. HERE IS A REAL OPPORTUNITY
to buy a coat for the balance of this season-or for next year.











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