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bA~t TWO

TIE MICT-IIG.AN DAILY

TTIlT11RSAY I \[AC 't 192

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ILLINOIS rPIKS MEN !NELARDM EIN

ADELP"HI DECIDES CHRISTIANITY IS
VITAL FACTOR IN LIFE OF STUDENT

FOR MICHIGAN DEBATEt
Thfse Choseni For Treanti laive All Hadrt
Experience o(hi Varsity Anid r
Other Deli,ate Tleaims
TEAMS TO DEBATE HERE
Word received by the University
speech; department yesterday from
Illinois names the Illinois debatec
team which will come here March 16f
as com~posed of Lish Whitson, '28, Al-'
beet Hallet, '29, and Lewis R. Suitin,
'29.
Whitson, according to the iforma-
tion, is now participating in his fourth
year of college debating. He was a
member of the Illinois College of Com-
merce debate team which were intra-
mural champions in 1925. He is also
a member of Delta Sigma Rho, hon-
orary forensic fraternity, and of the
;rational' Collegiate players.
The -second Illinois *speaker, Halle[,
is a member of the Illinois chapter of
Kappa Phi Sigma, national literary
and forensic society. Alpha Nu is
Michigan's chapter of Kappa Phi
Sigma.
Sain h~ Io will conclude the. speech-
es for the, Illinois team~ is !now int his
second year of Varsity experience.
He was a member of the Liberal Arts
and Science debate team. in the. Intra-
mural league, is a member of Delta
Sigma Rho and Kappa Phi Sigma.
In the rebuttal speeches, Hallet willj
spear first, Whitson, second, and
Sutin. third.

Tfhe IUniion bll Iiar(1d anl tviol I 011,:z5-
mrct: ha vc1' reached the fin al st a
and should(Ihe fii sh edl so0n. fez )th
tourneys. 11e eight Men Nwh o \vre he
su rvivors in eliii U or contIe t ha ve
*started the routndl robin mlal elu s from
which the Wx illr'in the (V, t will
be sele(ctedi.
Cup)s will b(, awa) d >1t,)hot h tIhe
\Vwiizrsand 111rimers nl)illth1w vo
tI Cur'n amlents. TIh isis t1e1o ('vonld 0c1u
of this n1atulre t o he h 'd tillsYomr, the
first 010 Ihavring heeil 5s)o i : hi i. it0atI
it wvas con sideredl ad visalbicto1,n av',(a.
j _econd.

'r it (Chriistitanity 'will he a vit alI
fact or inli e lives of University sti-G
dcilt ic s s th1e optinio011of Ad elphli
11 olise (i' I tepr{'seltivt]1es after a
';pi riOed debateoTI'esd a -night . Aone -
v ct(o ittil gill gave the negative a v'ic-
toryV aft1er a id 5iscsio ofthe dues-
t loll, "tiesolve(I Tb at Chr listia-nity
'e:e to Play a Parit in the L ife of
LI ll ('tsitV Stlde nis."
A g;reat inajorit y of students sever
1lllwir conn ct-ions with church after
CII! C ii i the Ui u1vorsit y, was the conl-
tent ion of t he ntflirmat ye Iuphld( by
F rl Willis, '29. and Frank Munger,
O~cstu~dents5 inculcate the
tfticlll ! aS otf modi rti seen cc they tilrni

! a w ayfromi tieilIe and its mvslticalI
doct Pin eM.t hey sa1idl. They further'
ariguied that chturches no Longer teach
the d 1octrlinies of Chtrist and1 have de-
genera ted Iinto social cent ers.
Chlristianityr is a subtl e teaching
and athlough we cannot speCcificailly
trace its affect, it nevertheless vitally
influences studenit life, argued the
negative ulpheldl by Charles AT. Van-
dlerwood, '2!), and Gilbert Flarrison,
'11. They substantiated their argtl-
ment by pointing out the popularity
of stutd~en]t gatherings at. churches and
the part played by religion in so-
roitiies andl fraternities.

LIBRARY DONATED
TO NEW MUSEUM
Agift0:' at Iarge oriiihol o-V li-
b~rary to0theliewti A~l useunm hy Brad-
shaw Swales, S'9Q for many years
(ctiat Ior'of hi rds in tI' lUiversity
; mttsettfl, was annitouniced vest erda y
by Dri. Alexander G. IRutliven, dIirec-
toir. I lchlided in thle collectiton are'
ap]proximnatelyv 2.000 b ooks on birds
and b~ird life.
Swales. who1 die'd ill January of
this year. was anl honors ry curator
o" the local muitseuml. lie bequeathed
his collect ion of bird ibooks t o th e
Mluse um here on hiis deatl b, baving:
butilt it; til1l br- that putrplose, it has

WOMEN'S LEAGUE HISTORY TELLS
OF ACTIVITIES OF ORGANIZATION

{Continued from Page One.)
house presidents andl house heads, by
the Board of Directors of the Wom-
en's leagtue, and by the Advisers of
wvomen. H-ouse rules are mado by the
Board of D~irectors andl the Board of
Representatives ini conjunction.
Social functions such as the Fresh-!
man spread, Advisers' teas, stylez
shows, fancy dress p~arty, anid fre-
quent afternoon parties for all uni-
versity woman, are featured. The
lelague (10es all within its power to

bring women students together both
socially, and through work which
contributes constructively to tuni-
versity life.
IIn little more t han a year, the new
league building w~ill be completed and
opened for all Michigan* women to
use in all phases of their life in the
university. The Women's* league will
then be looking into the "promised
land" of new achievements andl new
life made possible by new and more
complete equipment.

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SCHEDULE OF CONCERTS
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Dedication of new Frieze Memorial Organ just c<
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Chicango Symphony Orchestra
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Chase Baroineo,
Clhicago Symnpliony Orchestra
U n iversity Chioral Union-C liidrei t's Clhoru s
Earl V. Mloore
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University Choral Union
Chicago Syrnpeoiy Orchestra
Fredecrick Stock
Percy G~rainuger
S.5A TURD1)AYV A TERN(OWN, MAY 19
Symphony Concert
Percy Grainger
Chiicago Symphony Orchestra
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COL. FRED LINDSAY (In Person)
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