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November 29, 1917 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-11-29

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MERE IN LEAGUE I
CHICAGO OPPONENT OF
TEAM ON SAME
NIGHT

[ TO THEM,
TUES.

OTHER

foreign stu- h With the Central league debaters
'les E. Hurry, finally selected team work has al-
e Y. M. C. A., ready started on the question which
lest in Amer- Michigan will debate with Northwest-
students Tues- ern and Chicago.
These teams are to construct sep-
'y, many of the arate briefs of their respective sides
orth American and they are to be completed and hand-
broken down ed in to Mr. Ray K. Immel by next
tudents of oth- Monday. This was the first require-
cans owe much ment persented to the teams at a
hievement, so- meeting held last night. Following the
'ance, and per- precedent established last year the
s in this coun- negative instead of the affirmative will
ind other late debate at home, as was previously the
nuch to bring custom. Michigan's affirmative team
f nationalities, meets Chicago at Chicago, and on the
and the pro- same night Michigan's negative team
non medium of debates Northwestern here.
,tions are ex- Now that the teams for the Central
contest have been selected prospective
in Coming _debaters are turning their efforts to
t most foreign the Mid-west debate. The question for
ca for patriotic this debate is: "Resolved, That the
eing to better cabinet parliamentary form of govern-
in their own ment shall be substituted for our pre-
'come to study rent form of state government." Great
nocracy or to competition is expected from the wom-
unch of indus- en students in this contest. Northwest-
eaker. "Meet- ern is said to have a woman on one of
ht," he declar- its debating teams. The society try-
ill one day be outs will be held a week after .Christ
ies." mas vacation.

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e Prof. Jona- WHO lTREN FIGHTER!
irman of the
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Japanese Stu- T IRDIGSW R
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ditor of "The
in charge of SOLDIEIS BEGIN INTEN
S Instituge. PRACTICE IN RECEIVING
s . ATTACK SATURDAY
rere given by
., '18, of the
Luartette furn- Canmp MacArthur, Waco, Tex.,
Following the 23. -Intensive trench fighting b
joyed refresh- ing in actual practice in receiving
eception. attacks will begin here Sati
..-- after the two-day Thanksgiving
ENT COLOR day.
) TO BROWN While the men have already
the gas masks they have never
ry department subjected to the liberated gas i
g their depart- However, since such training is
place of black, more important nature than any
lege color, and er kind, the men are to be giv
n the student thorough disciplining in gas, deL
This was de- according to Major Allan L. B:
of the sopho- who has seen the effect of gas at
f the forestry on the western front.
ening in room Major Briggs explained the r
iilding. why the Germans have been so
successful in these gas attacks.

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Elects Secretary make every effort to discover What
ile Armstrong of troops in front of them are lacking
>een made chief in the knowledge and discipline of gas
en's defense com- defense and immediately put over an
[uarters in Kala- attack. They very seldom attempt an
ong has one son attack of this nature when they are
enant Richard N. 'aware that the foe is experienced in C
tationed at New- gas fighting.
ne of her reasons "Severe disciplinary training now
interest in some means safety later," said the major in E
work. Mrs. Arm- touching the subject of army life be-
association with ing no soft snap. A number of reports
s of Grand Rap- of men writing letters home complain-
of the Daughters ing about the severe demands made of
lution, and of the them in their drill and training work
'and Rapids. had come to his notice. He pointed
-- out that it is only for the future good
fessor Rescinded of the soldier to be put through hard
., Nov. 28.-The and difficult courses of training now.
das R. Whipple as Upon arriving in France all this try-S
sm at the Univer- ing drill and practice fighting will R
rescinded yester- make the soldier able to defend him-
gation of alleged self.
expressed by Mapor Briggs explained the effects
ess last week at of the latest burning gas employed
Va. No action by the Germans and contradicted the
appointment of a rumors that the gas was as terrible
as pictures. While it scorches the F
skin it does not eat its way into the
Now Available body until it reaches a vital organ.
owned by enemies The garments and masks worn by our
were thrown open soldiers overseas entirely protect them
ber 21 in a series from this newest device of the Geri

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German Inventions
Patents which arec
the United States N
Americans Noveml

regulations isued by the Federal mans. ,
ade commission. This opens the
st store of German scientific infor- H. C. Springer Corporal in France
tion regarding drugs and dyestuffs , Word has been received that Harvey
our countrymen, and involves the C. Springer, '20, is now in France and
spending of about 20,000 patents on that he has a warrant as corporal in
3 articles in question. the United States marines.' Springer
enlisted last spring, going to Port
.e Honey, Not Sugar, Says Hoover Royal, S. C., shortly after war was
In response to a telegram from the declared, and was assigned to the
ate chairman of the Women's de- eighty-third company, sixth regiment.
nse committee concerning sugar sub-
tutes, with special reference to Women Give $6,000,000 For Loan
.ristmas boxes, Herbert C. Hoover Mrs. R. H. Ashbaugh, chairman of
red the following recommendations: Liberty Loan department of the Mich-
rge honey, syrups, figs, dates, and igan Women's defense committee, re-
ts for Christmas dainties and sold- ports that Michigan women subscrib-
's' boxes." ed $6,000,000 on the second Liberty
Loan.

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Killed in Action
28-Two Ameri- Camp
led and five were The'
an artillery com- their ;

avis Party Will Be I
17 Camp Davis men w
aual party at Packard
irddy. Dec. 8. Camp

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