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THE MICHICAN DAILY

Unemployment Insurance Named
as High School Debate Subject

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>ciology Department Analyses
SligkW Ifiteae'se in Number
Leavitig $chool.
Withdrawals fron the University
1930-31 were due largely to
rastic necessity," an analytical
search completed by Prof. Robert
Angell, of the sociology depart-
ent, reveals.
The number of withdrawals, how-
er, was only slightly higher than
r the corresponding period in
29-30. Last year the total was
), as compared with 112 the pre-
ding year.
)f the number of 193', 106 werel
En and 24 were women. In 1929-
104 men withdrew, while eight
men left school.
The large increase in the with-
awals among women, Professorj
gell believes, may reflect a small-
number of opportunities for
f-supporting work as compared
th the men and less willingness
undergo real hardship to stay in
lege.
Professor Angell's statistics were
npiled by one of his classes, the
embers distributing questionnaires
students selected at random. The
estionnaires reached 273 students

Hign scnooi orensic organizauons turougnout ne aie lave eneretU.
throughout the state will clash Since enrollment is proceeding at
again this year for the fifteenth about the same rate as in previous
time when the first of the prelimi- years, it is possible to estimate that
total registration will amount to
nary debates of the Michigan High about 300 schools.
School Debating League, sponsored The schedule for the debates fol-
by the University extension divi- lows: preliminaries: First debate-
sion, rn off liNovember 13. November 13 (Affirmative enter-
Definiie wording of the proposi- tains); Second debate-December 4
tion to be debated has been drawn (Negative entertains); third debate
up as follows: "Resolved: That the -January 8 (Affirmative enter-
State of Michigan should enact tains); fourth debate--January 22
legislation providing for a system (Negative entertains).
of compulsory uneiployment in- The schools with the highest
surance." Interpretation of "a sys- points at the end of the preliminary
tem of compulsory unemployment schedule will be eligible to enter
insurance" is thus given: "One the final series of debates, which
which meets the following mini- ar as follows: First debate-Febru-
mum requirements: (1) At least ary 19; second-March 4; Third-
part of the costs shall be borne by March 18; Fourth-April 1; Fifth-
the compulsory contribution of all April 15.
employers of six or more persons; The final state championship de-
and (2) all persons who are em- bate will be held at Ann Arbor in
ployed by such employers for six Hill Auditorium, Friday, April 29,
months or more shall be insured." 1932. The date has been selected in
Enrollment in the league is re- order that the debate may be held
newed each year. Literature for during the session of the Michigan
this year was released on Septem- Schoolmasters club. It will be re-
ber 5, according to J. H. McBurney, membered that last year's chain-
of the Speech department, manager pionship was won by Detroit St.
of the League; and already 105 Anthony high school.
public and parochial s c h o ols As in other years, the Detroit
Free Press will award prizes and co-
of the various schools and colleges, operate generally with the exten-
or about 3.4 per cent of the student sion division of the University in
body. carrying through the schedule.

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GYM CREDIT GIVEN
FOR R.O.T.C. WORK
Substitution of Military Course
Allowed for Freshmen.
All Freshmen are eligible to enlist
in the University of Michigan Re-
serve Officers Training Corps.
Freshmen who take R.O.T.C. are
excused from the regular compul-
sory gym work. A deposit is re-
quired for uniforms, but this is re-
funded at the completion of the
basic work after two years. The stu-
dent keeps the uniform. Advanced
students wear regulation United
State Army officers uniforms.
All freshmen men are invited to
attend the rifle shoot at 3:30
o'clock Tuesday. Wednesday, and
Friday a7ternoons, at the ;south
end of Ferry Field inside the wall.
In case of rain, the shoot will be
held at the R.O.T.C. gallery. Fresh-
men are eligible to compete for a
place on the University of Michi-
gan rifle team. This team won first
place for Michigan, Wisconsin, and
Illinois. The team will be organized
early this year.
Freshmen who wish to play in
the band will probably be required
to enlist in the R.O.T.C. If it is not
necessary .for them to be in the
R.O.T.C., Director Nicholas Falcone
stated preference will be given to
R.O.T.C. men. The band will be in
playing form for the first football
game. Lieutenant R. R. Coursey will
act as drill master.

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