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DECISION OVER OHIO PARIS DICTATES Q . A | HILL WOMEN AFFECT SHOOTI T
OLI U U'OFF-HEAD' HATS 1,1ag.aW IALL0LO DRAMATIC TASTE HO I CT
GIEN MICHIGANINCampsBy Be nIe.A L"Women of the United Sates, by
Campus women have been quick EETINGleading men to bad plays, areT
Installment Plan of Buying I
Subject Discussed by
BREES GIVES VERDICT
Negative Team Debates Indiana
on Same Question Opening
Last night the affirmative Wo-
men's Debating team of the Uni-
versity defeated the negative team
from Ohio state. The two teams
debated the question: Resolved,
That the present extent of install-
ment buying for private consump-
tion is detrimental to the nation.
The debate was held in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater and was pre-
sided over ny Mrs. William D. Hen-
derson, Executive Secretary of the
Alumnae Council. Professor Paul
R. Brees of the Department of
Public Speaking of Wittenberg
College at Springfield, Ohio, deliv-
ered the judgment.
The speakers of the Michigan
team upholding the affirmative of
NEGATIVE TEAM WINS
(Spjecial to The Daily)
Michigan women's negative de-
bating team defeated the af-
firmative team of the Univer-
sity of Indiana last night on the
question "Resolved: that the
present extent of % installment
buying of goods- for private con-
sumption is detrimental to the
best interests of the nation."
The Michigan team was com-
posed of Eva Hesling, '31; Grace
Darling, 30; Mona Willis, '31, and
Florence Clement, '32L. Cather-
ine Creigmier, June Joyer, and
Joyce Armstrong made up the
the question in the order in which
they spoke were, Mabel Morris, '31,
Jessie Winchell, '31 and Virginia
Houghton, '30. Mr: Henry Moser
of the speech department coached
The sneakers of the Ohio team
to adopt the latest dictates from _.. largely responsible for America's
Paris concerning the new hats. All Members Invited to Attend terrible lapse in dramatic taste,"' Michigan Women Meet Mary-
They are called "off-the-head" hatssg Sir Philip Ben Greet, English
First Open Meeting in Shakespearean actor and, producer. land in Only Intercollegiate
s and are worn on the side of the Field House Today. whose company is to be seen in the Contest This Week.
head with hlf the hair showing._Lydia Mendelssohn theatre on Jan.
The m toe the letiat o-BOARD TO GIVE REPORTS 26 and 27, said recently at a din~ CURTIS COACHES TEAM
spring' of the off-the-face" hats. ___ ner given in his honor at the Town.
Even though Michigan weather Hlrlgin mhw YorkthT
does marcels no At 4 o'clock today in the lounge Hall Club in New York City.
g o o d, everyone of the Field House, the Women's "The stage and art of every de Michigan women are p'uticipat-
seems eager to 7.'Athletic Association wiil hold its scription wants women to lead men .ng in their only intercollegiate meet
expose them. The r first open meeting of the year. As better than they do," continued this year in a rifle-shootinL contest
new style shows there are only two or three of these Sir Philip, who, by the way, is a with women from the.University of
only one half of meetings during the entire school bachelor. He added: "I always
t h e head. The year it is desirable that every maintain that men, more than wo-
other side is cov- member be present. The first part men, like Shakespeare, It is the chiring Wednesday, Thursday, Fri-
ered with cas- of the meeting will be devoted to same with classical music. If you go duly and Saturday of this week in
cades of ribbon, business, which will give way to a to a Brahms concert in London you rarbour gym.
;will ind 9000 mnad1;00 o
felt, or draped party later in the afternoon. find , men and The teams are chosen from 75
velvet, a1m o st The purpose of an open meeting men. And those who like Brahms
' touching the is to put the members in direct con- like Shakespeare." girls of each school. The ten high-
shoulder. tact with the board and with the He urged that women make an est scores of the girls who partici-
Paris says it is work which is being done by the organized effort through drama pate are sent in, the five highest
essen-al that the hat and hair con- arganization. Dorothy Touff, '30, leagues and other clubs to improve of which count as scoring points in
trast. Blondes are advised to buy president of W. A. A., will preside at ; the theatre, which he styled "puer- h meet. It is a rule of the meet
G black hats, and brunettes black; the meeting today, and every mem- ile and silly. Even if they nave1the
trimmed in white to set off their ber of the board will make her re-|good taste themselves, he insisted, that all shooting is to be done from
tresses, port on the work which has been 'they should see that their neigh- a prone position only. The girls are
'stdone in her department this year, bars go to good plays. under continual observation, either
S.It is usually the left side of the anlntepasfoih uue e characterized staging Shake-.
head which is exposed. T ere are and on the plans for the future. H by Miss Ruth M. Hassinger, who is
many variations, but in general the There will be no outside speaker speare's plays i modern dress, acting adviser for the meet, or by
cutout in the crown begins above because of the extremely informal showing them in moving pictures,' Captain A. B. Curtis of the Mich-
the left eye-brow and terminates nature of the meeting. As most of ' or reciting them over the radio, as igan R.O.T.C., who is coaching the
behind the left ear. the members of W. A. A. have a 'sins made against the spirit."team
common interest, the time which 'There should be more producing tem.
________cmo Results of the- contest arec to be
Emight otherwise be devoted to a centers outside New Yirk, he ob-h
PEGASUS GROUP speaker will be used for social pur- served, as there are many cities in turned into the office at t e Uni-
TO REORGANiZE poses. America where a play could run versity of Maryland by a o'cloc
Janet Michael, '31, vice-president for many weeks. where they will be compared. Te
Members of Pegasus riding club and social chairman of W. A. A, is At the Town,-Iall banquet in his wher th e cored . The
mbedrsdaynghat heiden lta in charge of the latter parti honor, Sir Philip was introduced by! winners and the scores which they-
Delta Delt se thdicuss plans ofthe meeting. There will be danc Walter Damrosch. have made will appear next week.
for reorganization. It was decided ing to the music of the radio whichT
that hereafter regular meeting will has. recently been placed the I The office of Advisers. re-
be held at.8 o'clock in the evening Field house, and refreshments will! minds all women who intend to
be he d Tscoy in the ni be served. move at the end of the semester
on the second Thursday of thehhaLl Orders will be taken for W. A. A. that they are required to noti-
though the club'snext meeting will jackets, also, at this time. DorothyI fy this office and their house
be the first cT'hursday of the new Birdzell, '32, is in charge of taking heads on. or before Motiday, Jan.
semester, which is the third week the orders, and those who are un- 20. Failure to do so will result
of the month. I able to order tomorrow will have in-forfeiture of the privilege of
Dorothy V. Cox, '30, president, ap- another chance sometime next moving.
pointed Betty Healy, '32Ed., as rid- week.___-
ing master of Pegasus and Emily
G. Grimes', '31, as publicity chair-
With regard to reorganization,.
the following committees were ap-
pointed: constitution, Marguerite
Barr, -'31, chairman; and member-
ship, Ruth Ellis, '31, chairman.
upholding the negative also in theI
order they spoke were, Aileen Ken- I
nedy, Margaret Miller and 'Jean
Wollford. rbapc s
The opening rebuttal speech was
given by Miss Kennedy of the nega- V
tive. The other rebuttal speeches
followed in due order. Mary Louise
Brown, '30, the alternate speaker
of the Michigan team, gave the re-
buttal speech for Miss Winchell, Always
who was indisposed.
Each speaker was given ten min-
utes for her constructive speech and
five minutes for her rebuttal speech.'
The main arguments of the affir- Good
mative team were that some entire
industries are operated on this For
"partial payment" plan and are ac-
cordingly operated on an unstable
basis. Also if -undue pressure isI
brought upon ont of these indus-
tries it cannot immediately collect.'
needed money. The affirmative also
argued that suppliers are overpro-
ducing and that there is a surplus
on the market.
The main arguments of the nega-
tive were. that the practice of sell-
Ing on the installment plan works
to betterment of both seller and
consumer and that if credit was
taken away modern business could !
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