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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER. 28, 1926

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resent the University in a debate on
the same subject the same night at,
Columbus, Ohio, against the Ohio State
- team, will be composed of Norma A.
Green, '28, Laura M. Osgood, '28Ed,
and M. Patricia Hodgson, '27Ed. A
team from Indiana and one from Ohio
will also debate at Bloomington Indi-
Afirnmative Team To Meet Indiana ana, the same night.+
Here While Negative Side Will .
H orToWhile NativeSioeWi The judge for the debate here will
_T __ s I be Professor A. T. Weaver of the de-
WISONSIN MAN TO JUDGJE]partment of speech of the Universi-
ty of Wisconsin. Miss Grace Rich-
Michigan's affirmative team will ards advisor to women, will be chair-
meet Indiana here while the negative man of the contest. The Indiana team
team will journey to Ohio for the an- which will come here will be compos-
inal women's intercollegiate triangu- ed of Leah Peters, '29, Eleanor Hohn,
lar debate among the three schools, '29, and Dorothy Benner, '28.
according to an announcement made Professor Earl E. Fleischman of the
yesterday by Gail E. Densmore of the public speaking department will ac-
public speaking department, who has company the team to Columbus and
charge of the teams. The debates will they will l'eave Thursday morning.
be held next Thursday night, Dec. 2. I The Indiana team which will arrive
The subject this year is "Resolved: hereThursday afternoon will be ac-
That a secretary of education should companied by Prof. L. R. Norvelle of
be added to the President's cabinet," the department of speech of the Uni-
and the affirmative team from Mich- versity of Indiana.
igan, which will debate against Indi-
ana here, is composed of Elizabeth L. All women interested in writing mu-
Rabinoff, '27Ed, Miriam M. Olden, '29L, sic for the Junior Girls' play are asked
and Henrietta H. Howser, '2tEd. The to attend a meeting, at 8 o'clock to-
debate here will start at 8 o'clock and morrow night at 702 Forest avenue.
will be held in the University Hall au- The general character of the play and
ditorium. I suggestions for music will be discuss-
The negative team which will rep- ed.
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SUCCESS OF CO=EDUCA TION DEPENDS'
UPON WOMEN, ASSERTS MISS LLOYD
Whether or not co-education is suc- their parents who send them to col-
cessful depends upon the women par- lege.
ticipating in the system, in the opinion "In the present state of national fl-
of Miss Alice C. Lloyd, chairman of nancial prosperity it is inevitable that
the advisors of women, as expressed many are coming to college because
in an interview yesterday. it is the thing to do and not because
"The American state system of high- of any real desire to be educated. In
er education for women, now so much other words they are coming to the
criticized, is still so new that it can campus and not to college.
be thought of as an adventure," she "Campus life is so attractive that
stated. it is allowed to obscure the purpose
"Nowhere is this so obvious as in for which the institution was founded.
such big state institutions as the Un- It certainly need not be so if both men
iversity of Michigan. If the institution and women in a state university are
is really educating, its students are present primarily ;for its educational
E better. citizens, and the state gains. advantages. The situation for the wo-
The question at once arises - how !men in a co-educational school resolv-
much are the state universities contri- es itself again into a responsibility for
buting to the lives of their students? the student herself. Her parents have
The answer.seems to me to be that considered her worthy of the oppor-
they contribute what the students are tunities of higher education in such
ready to receive and a large responsi- lan institution and the state has ac-
bility for what is accomplished is shift- cepted her as worthy. The success
ed to the students themselves and to of this educational systeml depends

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upon her attitude." a . Society Wril Hold
"It is trite to say that privilegedI OPERA
classes must assume their responsibil- Annual Glove Sale'I
ities, but like most trite things it is Tic____ ic+
true. And in the 20th century the pri-' Mortar Board's annual sale of im- will go
vileged classes are in as great dang- ported French kid gloves will be held to 5 o'
er of failing in their sense of respon- during this next \week, beginning to- I ditoriu
sibility as the feudal lords of the Mid- morrow. Due to the fact that the ent a1
ie A fai gloves are being purchased through a officef
rlthe women of Michigan to remember New York wholesale house rather to wo
thatheyame o Michigan rimmrily than directly from Paris, the ship-
that they came to Michigan primarily ments will be quicker and the variety l__------
to be educated. It is no longer nec of styles greater this year than dur-
essary to argue the pros and cons of ing previous sales. BA
co-education. The system seems to More than 20 patterns in every shade
have come to stay. It remains for the of tan and gray as well as dark browns
women participating in it to make of and blacks, are offered in dress and Becaus
it as fine a thing as possible." street styles. The popular embroid- class no
ered cuff is one of the new features ments ha
There will be rehearsal of the entire in this display and there are wash- hockey b
Sophomore circus at 4 o'clock Mon- able kids and chamois in various col- been he
day and Tuesday in Sarah Caswell An- ors. has beee
gell hall. Tuesday's rehearsal will be There will be an intensive sale can be p
a dress rehearsal. throughout this coming week with per-' announc
Isonal calls by the society workers
Subscribe for the Michigan Daily. upon all organized houses. Subsc
Is your wardrobe ready for the
varied requirements of Christ-
mas e help. ConsulttsIif YOUR APPEARANCE
youst need elp

A TICKET SALE BEGINS
ets for the 21st annual
opera, "Front Page Stuff,"
o on sale to women from 2
clock tomorrow at Hill au-
um. All women must pres-
preference slip at the box
from the office of advisors
amen.
NQUET POSTPONED
se of bad weather neither the
r intramural hockey tourna-
ave been completed so that the
banquet which was to have
ld Tuesday, at Joe Parker's
en postponed until the games
played off. The date will be
ed later.
ribe for The Michigan Daily.

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