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January 29, 1939 - Image 8

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THE 311CHIGAN DAILY

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Select Patrons
For Charity Ball

Debate Team
o Broadcast

'Sissy Weather'

Styles Change In Debating, Too

0j Be J
Bill Sawyer
In Union
Boyd Is At
(Continued from
man, Mr. and Mrs. C
Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Mrs. W. L. Waltz,
M. H. Pollard, Mr. a
Whitker, Mr. and Mr
el, Mrs. H. B. Slocum
Earl Cress, Mr. and
Wahr, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A
Mr. and Mrs. John C
Miss Marian Durell
R. M. Burr, Mr. ar
Zwerdling, Mr. and
Olmstead, Mr. and M
son, Mr. and Mrs. S
Miss C. 0. Haas,,Mr
E. Greene, Miss B. E
0. A. Herz, Mr. an
Arnold, Mr. 0. D.. V
Mrs. Herbert Upton,
Fritz Hahn, Mr. an
Thompson, Mrs. M. H
and Mrs. A. JI Paz
Mrs. W. E. Bandemei
E. F. Conlin, Dr. an
Dimock, Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Mrs. H. D. Golds, M
H. Schlenker, and b
G. F. Wikle conclude

an. 30 Conlei Against Wayne
Will Be Aired
Will PlayI Varsity men debaters recently add-j
BallroomI ed a radio contest with Wayne Uni-
Temple versity to their second semester
,schedule. They will debate the ques-
I-age ) tif-n. "?,e oved: That the Federal
-- - Government Should Cease Using Gov-
harles Preketes, ernment Funds for the Stimulation of
Waltz, Mr. and Business." -
Mr. and Mrs. Defending Big Ten champions, the
yid Mrs. H. A. squad will enter the tournament early
in Apr-il at Chicago with a record ofI
rs. Albert Fieg- one win and no losses. The team par
i, Mr. and Mrs. ticipated in a number of non-deci
I Mrs. George sion contests during the semester.
W. C. Hoad, Contests nave also been scheduled
Hopkins, and with St. Peter's College of Jersey
"onlin. City, N. J., Hobart College of Geneva,
, Mr. and Mrs. N. Y., Marquette University of. Mil-
nd Mrs. Osias waukee, Wis., American Institute of
Mrs. F. R. Banking of Detroit, Boston Univers-
rs. H. E. Wil- ity, MacMaster University of Hamil-
G. Bothman, ton, Ontario, and the University of
. and Mrs. A. Western Ontario at London, Ont.

Jy ELIZABETh M. SHAW or -less :spontaneously ande
All things march along with time. may cross-examine the otl
This applies even to methods and The decision in this ty]
styles of debating and public speak- cusslon is awarded for nuci
ing where an informal, spontaneous qualities as for the formal
manner is now preferred to the stilt- the addition that a tean
ed type of speaking.
Mot ofuscainremembewhe judged on strategy used in
Most of us can remember when a different speeches.
debater used to start his speech by, The advantages, accordir
"Mr. Chairman, Worthy Opponents, I ho have used the system,
Honorable Judges, Ladies and Gen- fart that it parallels the t
tlemen," while now one merely nods a t itparallelmet
& :on which one meets
to the chairman and says "Ladies
and Gentlemen." Much swinging of in conferences and meetir
the arms, stamping on the floor, and practical experience is there]
raising of voice are now replaced by
a quiet, forceful, earnest argument.\""
Even further progress towa d in-
formality in debating has been made
by members of Sigma Rho Tau, hon-
orary engineering society. A debate -
in this society is regarded as an in-
formal discussion period with about
five men on each side who may speak
in any order or for any length of I/
time. The only restriction is that the
number of minutes alloted to each,
side is limited.
The argument is started by a set
speech made by one man on each side.
From here the rallying goes on more

forgan Plans Visits
To State Alumni Clubs
While undergraduates are busy
with exams, the Alumni Association
of the University of Michigan con-
tinues its activities.
Robert 0. Morgan, assistant gep-
eral secretary of the Association, will
visit the University of Michigan Club
of Saginaw Jan. 26. He will attend
a meeting of the medical alumni at
Toledo. On Friday, Feb. 10, Prof.
Howard McCluskey of the School of,
Education, will address the Univers-
ity of Michigan club o Adrian.

News was received here yesterday
of the death of Prof. John Henry
Schaffner, botanist of Ohio Univer-
sity since 1897 and former member
of the botany department here. Pro-
fessor Schaffner died Friday at the
age of 72.
He started his teaching career here
as an assistant for two years. He
was known for his discovery of the
chromosome reduction process in
plants on which the Mendelian phe-
nomena are based, reversal of sex in
plants, and production of plant re-

Dr. John
Former

Schaffner
Professor

~~uvenation.

Romance Route F-E-B 14

. Buehlig, Mr.
d Mrs. E. H.
/Iorill, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.
d Mrs. T. L.
. Church, Mr.
rker, Mr. and
r, Mr. and Mrs.
Ld Mrs. R. H.
L. G. Steiner,
May, Mr. and
r.and Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs.
the group.

Fire In Rear O1 Shop
Damages $2,000 Stock
More than $2,000 damage was done
by fire to stock in the Roberts Gift
Shop, at 312 S. State Street yesterday
morning, according to an estimate by
C'hester Roberts, owner of the shop.
The fire, which was limited to a
rear room of the shop, was discovered
by Miss Dorothy Allen, a clerk in the
shop.

Take the Romance Route on February 14
,and send your sweetheart a Valentine.
Remember your mother, your-sisters, and
your sweetheart. Our magnificent selec-
tion of Valentines will satisfy your fond-
est desires. To avoid disappointment -
select your Valentines at once.

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Roosevelt May Run
Again,_High Says
(Continued from Page 1)
High replied that as far as Spain is
concerned, he believed no action
would be taken. "The American
people's interest in Spain," he said,
"is purely idealogical."
In the case of Japan, he continued,
there will be a pronounced change in
policy. Restrictions on the export of
war materials will be tightened be-
cause American economic interests
are 'directly involved. In addition, he
added, "Americans are shocked at
the unwarranted aggression of
Japan."

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Helmut Mengering calls a zero
wave and heavy s".ow at Columbus,
Ohio, where he is a student at
Capitol University seminary, 'sissy
weather.' His home is in Yorkton,
Saskatchewan, where 30)'degrees

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NEW YORK'S FASHION PARADE
STAGED ON STATE STREET--
might very well be headlines down
at the DILLON SHOP. Miss Dillon
is back from the big
f. \ city with all the
loveliest in spring
formals for your ex-
tra special J-Hop
costume. Pour out a
cornucopia of can-
died almonds and
you've an idea of
thenewest pale, del-
icate shades which
are all the rage.
Fragile blues, rose,
: eggshell. One that
stands out amongst
them all is sheerest
eggshell net, and
showing thru the overskirt are the
blue velvet bands which encircle
the hoop skirt! Black and white
lace locks like a creation in Dres-
den china; and for the gall with
the svelte 'figur" there's the mil-
lion pleated grecian type in slith-
ering silk,
TWO-PI CF CASUALS ARE THE
NEXT Te ING thrshop-hounds
will be calling for: KESSELS
CAMPUS SHOP just took the cov-
er off the new box and here they
are.
The names of the colors are new,
and the colors themselves are
strikingly differ-
ent. Wait till you
hear them: Spray
blue, Aloha green,
/ Matural crash, Bali
rose, and they are
as good as they
sound. The skirts
are in the swing
style - full and
flared, and fitting tight and snug
around the waist; the tops are in
the same color but checked and
oh so casually good-looking. Of
wool crepe, they're positively the
newest thing we can tip you off to.

OLD LAVENDER, distilled from
Lavender flowers, and blended
with Musk and Qttos to increase
the perfume and fragrance: that
the World's Most Famous odor,
Yardley's English Lavender. CAL-}
KINS-FLECHER has a wonderful
buy in this fav-
orite of favorites:
the regular box
of scented soap
PLUS a falcon of
the perfume, all
for the price of
the soap, a very
special bargain.
If sou haven't yet tried that grand
Wrisley bath soap you've a treat
in store for it's delightfully scent-
ed with pine or lilac. P.S. Doro-
thy Gray's Blustery Weather Lo-
tion has a double size bottle out
at the old price, and now's the
kind of weather when you really
can discover how grand it is!
DI MATTIA BEAUTY SHOP is
really in the market to give you
the very V'est and latest in the
pc rn'awent curl. There's been much
experimentation with the Ma-
chineless Permanents and now Di
Mattia really has
one they can recom-
mend. Until you've
been able to walk
'c 'a Eirouncl look at
R:"magazines, do any-
thing you please
while your new per-
m an en t c u rl is
' steaming you, have
never had the fun
of a really good permanent. And
you needn't be afraid to get one
just before J-Hop. You won't look
like the African Zulu Belle, we
assure you. for the new operator.
Jack Dailey, knows how to give
you just the right amount of soft
curls.

eto w zisz-nr mww watneur.
Dear President Roosevelt
Your statement to Cc
laws "may actually give
deny it to a victim"w
I your interest in halting t
'instinct of self-preserva
sire to preserve democra
demand that you lift ti
ment Spain.
(Please sign your name and ad
House.)
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rHop Weesk-End..t.
For those who attend the. 1939 J-Hop, we wish to extend our invitation

ongress that our neutrality
e aid to an aggressor and
as an encouraging sign of
he march of fascism. The
ition" and our mutual de-
icy throughout the world
he embargo on Govern-

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We certainly hope you'll come thorugh in great shape in
those finals. And during exams, more than at any other
time, you've got to have the finest food possible. That's
why the SUGAR BOWL is the place for you to dine ...
always the best of foods prepared just as you like them,

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