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October 16, 1922 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-16

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THE. MICI-

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THE MICF LAN DAT LX

M HIGH. SCHOOLS IN
MICHIGAN WILL JOIN
DEBATINGASSOCiTION
From 135 to 150 higi schools
throughout the state have signified
their intentions of becoming members
of the high school Debating league,
according to Carl G. Brandt, state
manager of the league.
According to Brandt, who has abso-
lute authority in the selection of ma-
terial, arrangement of a schedule and
th~e selection of a .subject, the debates
will be conducted in a manner some-
what similar to that of last year. Each
three members are to debate on both
the affirmative and negative sides of
the question. By a series of four elim-
ination debates to be held 04 various
times during the year, the tWo best
teams in the state will be chosen to
debate in Ann Arbor for the state
title. A silver loving cup will be
presented to the winning team.
The second Friday in the month of
December has been set for the first
debate. The subject this year as an-
nounced by Brandt is: "Resolved that
the United States and Canada should
jointly construct the Great Lakes to
the Atlantic waterway through the St.
Lawrence river.
All material relating to the subject
will be sent to the high schools taking
part in the- debates, by Miss Edith
Thonmas, assistant in charge of the
University Extension service.
COOPERATION WITH LEAGUE
TO BE DISCUSSED BY NURSES
Cooperation with the Women's
League will be discussed at a meet-
ing of the Student Council at the
Nurses' Dormitory on Monday even-
ing,. October 16. At the present time
a'majority of the upperclass nurses
are members of the League, but as yet
no action, has been taken on the part
of the entering freshmen. In the near
future a representative may address
the nurses, and give to the new girls
a 'learer idea concerning the motives
and activities of the League..

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