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aUBT 10, 1930.

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY 1*G0 NViM

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DEBATERS TO VIEW
CA TOPIC

Densmore Plans Discussion
Trade Organizations
for Wednesday.

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Plans have been completed for a
debate to be held at 8 o'clock, Aug-
ust 13 in the Adelphi room, fourth
floor of Angell hall under the man-
agement of Prof. Gail E. Densmore
of the speech department. The
proposition will be: "Resolved That
Chain Meat and Grocery Stores
Have Been Detrimental to the Peo-
ple of Michigan."
The affirmative argument will be
opened by Albert B. Becker, a de-
bater of considerable experience
who is now instructor in speech
and debate coach at Hastings High
school. Ethel B. Wiseheart and
Arthur Secord, both debaters of
notable reputation, complete the
affirmative team.
The debate for the negative will
be presented by Louis Roberts, Ber-
nice Gibbs, and Ormond J. Drake.
All three have been members of
college and university debating
teams, and Drake was president of
the University Oratorical associa-
tion.
The question for the debate was
chosen as one of the most timely
and important ones before the
American public at the present
time. Open debate upon the sub-
ject has been endorsed by the
National Chain Store association
and by the Michigan Independent
Stores association.

Fink Leaves Campus
Closing Four Years
of Student Service
Rabbi Adolph H. Fink, after four
years as director of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel foundation here, an
organization of which he was the
founder on this campus, has left
Ann Arbor to take charge of a new
congregation at Temple Emanu-
El in Spokane, Wash. Before com-
ing to Michigan, he was assistant
director of the Hillel foundation at
the University of Illinois.
While here, Rabbi Fink was a
member of the Ann Arbor Family
Welfare bureau board of directors
and the Ann Arbor Ministerial as-
sociation, and was recently ap-
pointed a member of the newly
formed University committee on
convocations. He was also many
times featured as the peaker at,
campus banquets and other gath-
erings.
His successor as director of the
local foundation has not yet been,
appointed.
iRoyal Physician Finds
King Fully Recovered
(By Associated Press}
QUEBEC, Aug. 9.-Lord Dawson
of Penn, physician to his majesty,
the king, who was here today on
a Canadian tour, said that King
George had recovered from his ill-
ness of a year ago and now is in
excellent health.
Lord Dawson arrived from Eng-
land Friday, accompanied by Lady
Dawson and their youngest daugh-
ter, Hon. Rosemary Dawson. He
plans to visit Montreal, Ottawa,
Kingston and Toronto.

FASHION PLATE
Apparentry the announcement
"informal" concerning the recep-
tion held last evening at theLea-
gue building meant to the general
student body, "wear what you will",
for every conceivable type of gown
from the strictest of formal to the
mrnst active sports wear was on dis-
play. About the only thing miss-
ing was something on the jajama
order, although the general air of
heatedness worn by most of those
present would suggest that such
garments would have been relished.
The men were in the main of
two schools on the question of
dress, and were garbed either in
the conventional blue coats and
white trousers or light flannels.
Fitting foils to the plainer gar-
ments of their companions, the wo-
men wore gowns of dainty pastel
shades, long full skirts of a billowy
nature predominating. The high-
er waistlines, tiny sleeves, low
backs, and multitudinous ruffles
proved the claim that Michigan wo-
men are a well-dressed group.

COOLIDGE ARTICLE
CAUSESCONFLICT
Navy Asserts Ability to Make
Best Airplane Motors.
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 9. - The
navy department, which not so
long ago took Mr. Calvin Coolidge's
slightest word as law, today was on
record with an objection.
In a recent syndicated article by
Mr. Coolidge dealing with aircraft
there occurred the sentence:
"A navy office reports that the
best engine is made abroad."
The navy has long prided itself
that it has the best airplane en-
gines ever made and two of its high
officials-acting Secretary Jahncke
and Rear -Admiral William A. Mof-
fett, chief of the bureau of aero-
nautics-were quick to say so after
reading the Coolidge article.
A typographical error, however,
may be responsible for the conflict.
If Mr. Coolidge intended to say
"officer" instead of "office" there
would be little cause for complaint.

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rates. Dial 9087. M. Hartsuff.
WANTED - Full sized wardrobe
trunk. Call 23289 after 8 p. m.
35, 36, 37
LOST: Red and black fountain pen
near library or East University.;
Reward. Call Michigan Daily.
Helen Abel Buffum, 724 East
University. 4-5-6
LOST-Please return Speech thesis
by Ild. M. Nicholson, accidentally

taken from Stegath's drug store
on 1112 South University last
week. Call Stegath, 5533, with any
information.
FOR RENT-In S. E. section, 5
room apartment and garage.
Near two schools. On bus line.
Callrat 1301 Granger. 35, 36, 37
FOR RENT-Beautifully furnished
apartment; large double, single
room, also garage. Dial 8544 or
9714.
LATE MODEL T FORD ROADSTER
-Good tires and motor in good
condition. For sale at $35.00.
Call 7618.

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The upper class in tennis
uses the Dayton Steel Racquet

WHY CAMELS ARE THE BETTER CIGARETTE
Camels are made of the choicest tobaccos grown.

The Camel

In the good old days of the po-
lite lob and the rainbow serve,
who cared about speed in a
racquet ! Pray don't, partner-
But today if rifles were al-
lowed, the favorite racquet
would be a Springfield 30-06.
Tennis players everywhere
are changing to the Dayton
Steel Racquet-because scien-
tific tests prove that steel is
faster than gut.
Using exactly the same
stroke, a ball driven from a
Dayton Steel Racquet will get

over a full step quicker. Its
extra springiness gives you the
jump on speedier players.
Perfect balance-more speed
-accuracy of a rifle. They're in
the Dayton Steel Racquet.
You'd practice for weeks to
step up the speed of your game
20%/--step into the store this
afternoon and do it in 5 min-
utes. Play with a Dayton Steel
Racquet-the fastest tennis
racquet in the world. Dayton
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They do not tire .the taste.
They leave no cigaretty after-taste.

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