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NEGATIVE DEBATING
TEAM IS. PRAISED
Prof. Hollister Commends Michigan's
Representaties at
Evanston.

treatment at Evanston. They were im-
pressed by the interest shown, the
hall being over-crowded. A native In-
dian from Bombay was the most ef-
fective speaker of the other team, us-
ing perfect English, and having a very
acute sense of humor which he used
with telling effect.

ISERIES OF LECTURES TO BE.
DECISION WAS VERY CLOSE. I (VE N BY ALBERT V. FITUCI.

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"Michigan has reason to be proud
of her debating team which faced
Northwestern," said Prof. Hollister,
who accompanied the men on the trip.
"I felt very comfortable until the de-

Albert, Parker Fitch, president of
the Andover Theological Seminary,
Cambridge, Mass., will deliver an ad-
dress at the Michigan Union Sunday
afternoon at 3:15 o'clock, and will also

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officer. Still, the debate was close
enough to see how a judge might vote
either way, which means .that the con-
test was an excellent one.
"I really feel that our men had the
audience with them as far as they
could overcome the natural prejudice,
and there seemed to be a general feel-
ing that our men would get the decis-
ion. If the teams had spoken here
we would have won, but enthusiasm
of the Northwestern supporters had
to be overcome. They were as dem-
onstrative as if it had been a football
game, especially after the result.
"The debate was very clean, and
both teams handled themselves well.
Our men stuck to the question more
closely, did not use as many .notes,
and had a greater variety of material."
The Michigan men all expressed
themselves as pleased with their

churches Sunday evening, his subject
being, "A TraditionMl Faith or a Per-
sonal Religion-Which?"
Beginning Sunday, Pres. Fitch will
speak at vesper services in Newberry
hall every afternoon until Friday at
5:00 o'clock. His general theme for
the entire week will be "Mirrors for
Men in the Old Testament," and the
daily talks will be upon some particu
lar phase of this general subject.
Prof. Wenley to Speak at Big Rapids.
Prof. Robert ,M. Wenley will deliver
two addresses at Big Rapids tomorrow
at the anniversary of the founding
of Ferris institute. His morning ad-
dress will be "The Scholars and Other
Folks", and "Changing Attitudes in
Relation to Social Conditions" will be
the subject of the afternoon lecture.

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PROF. FLORER SPEAKS ON
STUDENT fLIFE IN GIERMANY
Prof. W. W. Florer, of the German
department, delivered the second of
the series of lectures given under the
auspices of the German faculty in the
economics lecture room yesterday af-
ternoon His subject was, "Der Deut-
sche Student."
"Most of the German students with
whom I have come 'in contact," said
Prof. Florer, "were npt the type which
we see caricatured in papers and
books. They do not spend their time
fencing and carousing. They are se-
rious, earnest men, vitally interested
in the leading problems of the :day.
The German students played an active
part in the social and literary move-
ments of the late nineteenth century.
They are the recognized leaders of
German thought."
Dean Effinger to Talk at Paw Paw.
Dean John R. Effinger will give two
lectures at Paw Paw and Jonesville
tonight and tomorrow night as a por-
tion of the university extension lec-

ture course. At Paw Paw under the
auspices of a local club, Dr. Effinger
will talk, on "The Mediaeval Churcl
and the Drama." Tomorrow evening
he will lecture on "Education and the
Dollar Sign," under the auspices o
the board of education.
PROF. VAUIHvAN OF PENNSY
WILL LECTURE ON "INFERNĀ®'
Prof. H. N. Vaughan, professor o
romance languages at the Universit:
of Pennsylvania, will give a public lec
ture this afternoon on Dante's "In
ferno" in room 102 ecoinomics buildin
at 4:15 o'clock. Prof..Vaughan, wh
is the son of Dean V. C. Vaughan i
here on a visit to his parents.
Make Liquid Air for Physics Dept
The liquid air plant of the .mechani
cal engineering department has bees
overhauled and put in shape for- use
A quantity of the air will be made thi
morning under the direction of Prc
J. . Emswiler, for the use of the phys
ics department.

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