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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, (

WITORICAL RULE
15 FOUR-YEAR MEN

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GIVE NEW ASPIRANTS
BETTER CHANCE FOR
DEBAITES

A

> student is eligible for the Var-
debates who has been in college
over four years or who has par-
iated in two intercollegiate de-
s, according to a new intercol-
ite ruling which has been receiv-
y the Oratorical association. 'his
while it will undoubtedly lower
standard of the debates, will never-
ess give new aspirants a greater
ice to make the teams.
he subject for the Central League
te is, "Resolved:that conpul-
a ~rbitration shoull bey provided
labor disputes involving railroads
.other public service companies."
debate will be held January 18
society preliminaries must be off
November 10. All necessary in-
iation can be obtained from any
Iber of the oratorical faculty.
he subject for the , Mid-west
gue debate has not yet been an-
iced. This debate comes on
:h 29 but societies must have their
selected by December R.
.e to the present intornational
.s the Peace Oratorical contest
not be held this year. The North-
Oratorical contest will, however,
eld as in former years.'
Lich greater competition is expect-
n this contest than has formerly
i in evidence due to the fact that
y who would have contested in
peace and prohibition contests will
prepare for the Norther-i Ora-
al, the only remaining Varsity
est. Orations must be in the
Is of Mr. Immel not later than
ruary 11.
ansing Opens Municipal Lyceum
insing, Mich., Oct. 3. -Lansing's
dcipal lyceum course is to open
the Prudden auditorium, also a
licipal project, which was pre-
ed to the city by W. K. Prudden.
rand opera company will give the
t number on the municipal course.
course is under management of
)mmittee appointed by Mayor Ret-
aundry cases, enough for everyone.
Wahr's.-Adv..

Spicy News From
OtherColleges
Princeton has recently established
a course in navigation under the di-
rection of Prof. R. S. Dugan and Dr.
A. G. Mayer. The' ground covered in
this course will -be of sufficient scope
to fully equip a man to obtain a mas-
ter's or a mate's license in the navy.
Yale entered its 218th academic
,ear on Thursday with itsregistra-
tion cut by war conditions from 3,300
to 2,000, or slightly more than one-
third.
The teaching force is also slightly
diminished, leaves of absence having
been granted to over forty members
of the faculty for war work.
Freight embargoes caused the Co-
lumbia Spectator to appear last week
on a cheaper grade of paper than has
been used heretofore.
During the summer time the Navy
department has taken over the old
volunteer naval school at Columbia.
Under the direction of Lieut. Lincoln
De G. Moss, 240 enlisted men were
trained as deck and watch officers, ra-
dio operators and engineers.
WOMEN ALUMNAE HOUSE
TO BE READY SOON
Washtenaw Place to be Ready for
16 Occupants in a
Short Time
Alumnae house for women, at 1227
Washtenaw, is being rapidly complet-
ed and will soon be ready for the 16.
girls who will occupy it. At the pres-
ent time these women are housed at
237 S. Ingalls.
Alumnad house is the gift of the
Detroit alumnae association, and it is
governed by a board of directors, on
the same plan as the dormitories.
Arrangements have been made where-
by a few of the resident women may
earn a pa'rt of their board by assist-
Ing in the work of the house. Mrs.
Sydney Corbett of New York is in
charge of the interior decorating.
The Betsy Barbour dormitory, pre-
sented to the University by the Hon.
Levi Barbour of Detroit, will be built
ion State street and wyill be back of
the present site of West hall which
will soon be removed.

FRESHMEN TAKING DRILL
NOT EXEMPTFROM GIM
Men in Companies Will Be Detailed
for Physical Work Held
Twice a Week
"There seems to be some misunder-
standing with regard to freshman
gymnasium classes," stated Dr. May.
"Compulsory freshman gymnasium
classes will be held as usual, and
freshmen of the various companies
will be detailed for work in the gym-
nasium, two periods weekly, begin-
ning the first Monday in November.
Otherwise the work in physical train-
ing will be carried on outdoors as
long as the weather permits, after
which it will be transferred to the
gymnasium."
"It is very important that members
of all the companies, both upperclass-
men and freshmen, secure lockers in
the gymnasium and make appoint-
;ments for physical examination at the
earliest possible time. The plan as
arranged is an intensive one, and nec-
essarily needs the enthusiastic co-
operation of everyone, in order that
officers of the highest physical type
may be developed."
City News Items
Twelve of the city firemen are ac-
tively engaged in knitting for the Red
Cross. Mufflers and sweaters are the
articles the fire fighters find them-
selves most adapted to knit.
Prof. H. C. Lott, of Ypsilanti Nor-
mal college will address the County
Teachers' institute at Dexter, Oct. 6,
on "The Teacher as a Story Teller,"
and, "Reading."' He will be assisted
by Evan Essery, deputy county school
commissioner.
The question of the purchase of a
power road-roller will be reviewed at
the regular meeting of the board of
public works, Wednesday night.
Milk went up to 12 cents yesterday
morning in the city and cream in half
pints has also been raised.
Two autos belonging to C. B. Linde-
man, of Jackson, and Andrew 'Hart-
anan, of Saline, collided at the corner
of State and Packard streets, badly
damaging both cars. None of the
occupants of either car was hurt.

LILCOMMITTEESlWORK
ON LIBERTY _LAN ISSUE

FEANK 1L. PACUK , SCJETAI ?Y
(O'OSfTY OIIGAINIZATLOIN,
RIEPORTS PR{OGR1ESS

OF

Frank L. Pack, secretary of the
County Liberty Loan committee, re-
ports that all of Washtenaw County
has been covered, local chairmen have
been selected, sub-committees have
been appointed, and plans have been
made to have the local men distribute
the bonds with aid of the banks.
Michigan's share 'of the $3,000,HO~,-
000 loan is to be secured throughout
the state in a manner similar to that
used in this county, and Secretary
Pack is of the opinion that the men
under him will see to it that the local
share is secured.
Ray Bassett, President of the Court
of Honor, has charge of the distribu-
tion of literature relative to the se-
curing of the money. Boy Scouts of
Ann Arbor are aiding Mr. Bassett in
getting the facts before the people.

the ('ouujyi and llo c comittees SI
C. L. B3rookhs has charge of the An
Arbor dst bulon.The ar axious
to seuethe id~ of Univer'ity stu-
dents in the floating of this new bond
issue, a(I ask that all who can aid,
get in touch xw ith Mr. Pack at the
city t. M. C. A.
Thomas Mott Osborne to Speak iii
Lansing, Mich., Oct. 3.-Thomas
Mot? Osborne, former warden of Sing
Sing, has been asked to be one of the
speskers at the anniual convention of
the Michi gan charities association in
Octoer.
Recreation makes for Efficiency.
"We try to treat you right." Ruston
Bros.-Adv. tf.
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.
Pop. Mat I( Best Seats
We.*nd CRlfl, Wedt. $1.00
Wed. and Sat. Mat.
Saturday DETROIT 25c to $1.50
The Marbury Comstock Co. in
"VERY 6001 EDDIE "

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BEAU-T"!Y SHOP.
Miss Mable Rowe, Shampoo, Man-
icure, Assage, and +Chiropody,. 326
N. Fifth Ave2. 24022Adv.
WuerthTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER :
Prices: x1 Cents
Matinees 2, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous -
= l'ues'11ca.'-a3-"Less Miserables," from :
Victor hugo.
l'CL rs-"t-45-,M'lie.d etrova in "The i
= Law f the Land." Also Keystone :
= Comedy.
Sat'6-Mar:,y JMiles Minter in "MeIlissa of :
the Hills." Also Serial, "Neglected
\VWifc," No. K~.
P 8 Burke in "The Mys-
t'rionus." Also Holmes Travels and
-Victonr More Comedy.
1 Tl-1 r'd-'J'ae M urray in "A Mor-
mant Maid." Also ('hlenry Stories.:
'TI lurs- Fli 1-12-Sessue Iayakawa in _
"lashimura Toga." Also Keystone
OrpheumTheatre
BOOKINGS FOR OCTOBER
Prices: ioc unless otherwise specified
=Matinees a, 3:30. Nights 6:30. 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
'T'1ues2-W. S. Hart in "The Desert
Man."
Wed-3-Carlyle Blackwell in "The Mar-
riage Market." Also Comedy.
't'hnrs-.}-\\ iii Iesmond in "Master of:
Hsis l orae." JEvening 'sc. Also
'T'riangleComedy and Ford,
Fi5-flotise Glaum in "Bolden Rule
hate." triangle Comedy and Ford.
S at-6-Gladys [Elulette in "MIiss No-
body." Mutual Comedy and Travels,
Sun 7-ShirleyIMason in "Lady of the
Photo," "Do Children Count?" two
r els.
M ,GS-Gail Kane in "The Bride's Sil
encc." Serial, helen Holmes in
"Lost Ixpress," No. i.
ARCADE THEATRE
The Arcade Theatre will open
about October 15. Watch for
anuouncement of exact date.
The Biggest Theatre
In Ann Arbor
GOODHEW FLORLCO1
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in'the line of
fresh cut flowers-
Oorsages a Specialty
Greenhouses:- Observatory and
Vollaud St. Phone 170-M

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WH ITN

PRICES: 500-$2
Management
M. R. WILLIAMS

ONHT MONDAY, OCTOBER 8
The Greatest Musical Show in America
Comes Here IDirectly Following Its AlI-SeasonI Rllns in Boston and New
York, Where It Made Over 1,000,000 People Realize the Joy of Living.
Klaw & Erlanger's Supreme Musical Comedy Triumph
By KALILA1N, BOLTON and WODEIOUSE

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Radiant with Eni hralling
Youth and Beauty Melodies

Rollicking
Fetn

~1o derfully
scelted

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Frank McIntyre Zoe Barnett( fao. Leon Moore
Harrlson Brockhanlk Hifttie Burks Frank Doane
Alf. Fisher 31,a 1Hennessy Alice GCaillard
Cluas. Do Haven G "orgo Fox W. F. Nunn
AND 70 OTHERS-ALSO SPECIAL ORChESTRA OF 16

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