FHE MICHIGAN DAILY
H'S HUMANISM" IS
i SPEAKER'S TOPIC'
Wordsworth's Humanism" is the
ect of a lecture, which will be
n at 4:15 o'clock today in the
Ural Science auditorium, by Prof.
). Campbell of the University of
rofessor Campbell is the author of
ber of other critical articles and
works, including a translation of three
"The Comedies of Holberg" and a
,of Holberg's, comedies. He was se-
lected by the government in 1918 to
collect information on Turkey to be
used at the Peace conference.
The lecture is open to the general
News From The Other Colleges
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Northwestern-The shimmy and the
toddle are re-instated at Northwestern
university. The rule against them
drove undergraduates to outside danc-
es. The faculty wants the students
back where they can supervise their
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Ind., has reorganized, selected a rep-
resentative board of trustees, electcY'
a new president, and is out for a mil
lion dollar endowment.
McGill-McGill university and the
University of Toronto each received a
million dollars from the Rockefeller
Leland Stanford-The startling '-'I III 11111
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one occasion mountain lions have Won't pull your le
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to follow the general type of such pub-
lications as the Cornell Era, the Yale
Graphic, and the Harvard Crimson.
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for each hour of unexcused absence,
reads the law on the subject here, and
each unexcused absence clips one let-
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COULD NOT BE JUDGED EXCEPT
AFTER TWO YEAR
Question has arisen following the
no-decision debate in Hill auditorium
last Friday night as to the advisabil-
ity of continuing contests that are not
judged. Prof. Ray K. Immel, of the
oratory department, in response to an
interview on the subject, said that
this style of debating could not be
judged except after a two year trial
at least, for we had now become ac-
customed to the moment of suspense
in the announcing of the decision by
the judges following the debate.
S Policy Success at Chicago
Professor Immel stated that in the
recent debate at Chicago, where the
no-decision policy was followed,, the
spirit of interest and of attention was
as prominent as at a debate of the
other type. He also stated that a
judge's decision was at its best only
partially successful, as at many times
the deciding vote is given by a judge
who is as apt to grant the vote to one
fide as to the other.
Two decided advantages were
brought out by Professor Immel as
connected with judgeless contests.
These were: first, that teams, freed
from the excitement of the impending
decision, spoke with more deliberation
and poise, and second, points are made
clear to the general audience that
previously were made plain to the
judges by reference (as by mention-
ing the name of a case to a group of
lawyers who were acting as judges
that to the public would not be un-
Originated at Iowa
Professor Immel stated the reward
to the successful debaters would be
taken in the form of a just pleasure of
a piece of work well done, for the de-
baters know when th'ey have made
their points well or have been de-
The no-decision debate originated,
according to a member of the Ora-
torical association, at Iowa university
about two years ago. It has since been
followed there with success and ha
spread to other universities.
Kansas - "The Sour Owl"
name of the comic magazine
University of Kansas.
Children's wards at the University
hospital are still under quarantine.
Girls who do social service work there
should report at Newberry hall at
their regular hours.
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TO GIVE LUNCHEON
Detroit alumnae will hold their an-
nual luncheon on Saturday, Feb. 12, at
the Detroit Athletic club. President
Marion L. Burton will be the principal
speaker on this occasion.
The alumnae urge that undergrad-
uate women attend this affair. Any
women who wish to purchase tickets
for this event will please see Mar-
guerite Clark, '21, in regard to r-
Y. W. C. A. FORUM WILL HEAR
FRAYER ON."THE NEW EUROPE"
Prof. William A. Prayer, of the his-
tory department, will address the open
forum of the Y. W. C. A. on the topic,
"The New Europe," 4t 4:30 Wed-
nesday afternoon, in Newberry hall.
The talk will deal with conditions in
Europe since the signing of the arnm-
This lecture was announced for a
meeting before vacation but was post-
poned due to the illness of Professor
Prayer at that time.
HELEN NEWBERRY RESIDENTS
ENTERTAIN DETROIT GUESTS
Helen Newberry residence will en-
tertain as dinner guests tonight Miss '
Regular Athena- Literary society1
meeting will be held at 7:15 o'clock
tonight in the Alpha Nu room.
University Girls' Glee club will
meet at 4:30 o'clock this afterndon
in Barbour gymnasium.
Aesthetic dancing classes will not
meet this week.
There will be a meeting of the Wo-,
men's Athletic association board at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Pi Beta
Competition was xeen in all of the
contests at the Women's league fancy
dress party last Saturday evening.
The cleverness of the stunts, and the
great variety and originality shown inj
costuming made it a difficult matter
for the judges to decide to whom the
honors should be awarded.
The prize for the best stunt went
to the senior class, represented by
Mortarboard and Senior society in a
comical take-off on a modern gymna-
sium class, "Upsetting Exercises."
Honorable mention was given to
"Darnem and Daily's Circus," the
"greatest show in the world."
Zeta Tau Alpha's group costume
representing the Puritans won first
prize when displayed during the grand
march. One gravebold "Miles Stand-
ish" was preceded by eight dainty lit-
tle Priscillas, dressed in short gray
frocks, trimmed with pink roses. A
group of dancers, represented by
Gamma Phi Beta, 'received honorable
Dana Pettibone, '22, dressed as
"Spring," won the prize as the most
attractive girl, .and Sara Waller, '22,
was proclaimed "the manliest man."
A hair-raising skeleton costume worn
by Constance Smith, '24, won first
place as the most unique disguise.
Other striking a masquerades were:
"The Pied Piper," "The Knave of
Hearts," "Hawaiian Dancer," and
"The Gold Dust Twins." Among the
"men" present were "Pietro the Ital-
ian," several monacled Englishmen, a
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HERE HE IS
Lawyer Leary wasted no
love on milk. The only
"case" le had in his of-
fice proved that.
But he spurned a bribe
from the wicked Milk
Trust; was waylaid-rob-
bed-"vamped') by a wild
woman-chased by crooks
and cops - routed the
whole kaboodle, and kept
the world's first breakfast
food pure, because-
You'll want to see and
laugh yourself! A howl-
ing five-act comedy by
America's greatest hum-
orist, Irvin S. Cobb.
Helen M. Woods, of Detroit, and Mrs. number of young boys and a fat man.
Wickham, of the Michigan State Tele-
phone company. Miss Woods recently
held classes in Ann Arbor for training
in organization and equipping of hot-
els, cafeterias, and tea rooms.
Dr. Wier Gives Lecture-Cello Recital
Dr. Marion C. Wier, of the rhetoric
department, appeared before the Par-
ent-Teachers' association of Traverse
City, last night in a lecture-cello re-
cital on "Cello Music."
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