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. I1 Y BEA' 'TBIiG WILLIAM SHORROCK KENNETHL 11I
DEBATERS FOR OXFORD HIGH SCHOOL
iampi ns hip
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r lip. The University has set aside
chapter rooms in A1il ;ell hall forI
I P 19 NU ; L PH 1the use of the organizations in theI
AflPcaus e of free speech.
It has been the custom of the
k a societies 'in the past to feature talks
Alpha Nu and Adelphi, the first Ijbycussine i:to f hecprtinen campus
two college speech fraternities to I auestions and inte.-society debates.
be established west of the Alle- At present the two societies are
ghenies, offer to the University of in preparation for the annualI
M ichigan men opportunities for freshman debate, M ay 10, betwsen
_hedevelopment of forensic ability. Alph a Nu and Adolph.x. The qucs-a
itarting in 1840 as onie group a Hon for d(bate is, "Resolved: that
split tool: place in 1842 which the, pre,, nt exent of U~niversity
2UI dt the fraternities as they areI colatroi o f st ent affairs is detri-
"c i'a_., Adelphi has remained al menftal." TheAlphra Nu negative
.^cl Orgaiz AtionS while Alpha Nu Iteam is compose3 cd of Robert S.
became ailmiated with the national W 7ard, Walter Morrison and Charles
itcrary fraternity, Kappa Phi SIP-'[B. Browznson . T'he Adelphi affirma-
ma, in 1920. Membership in the tiPe sqtuad wi,,-l be chosen from the
to societies is open to -any man try-outs: 4aa Zwerdling, john
in the literary school subject to a A. Mkiac, M ax F. Reck, and Alex-
try-out speech and semester pledge- anger x1. Hirs;chfleld.
TO MEIET D TM
Sigma Rho Tau to Sendt Team
' Against City Cofi1ge.
zSigma Rho Tau, engineering de-.
bating society, is sending a team
toDetroit today to meet City col-
lege in a return debate. The subi~ject
1is: " Resolved: That the Iimedii
aCQpnpletion of the St. Lwec
Waterway Project Is Featsible," will
be debated before a large audeb
at a special convocation in the
City college auditorium at 4 o'clock
The Michigan team, including B,
D. Schroeder, '33E, E. A. Kazmark,
133E, R. L. Price, '33E, R. G. Finch~,
'34E, and J.. D. O'Brien, '34E, will
take the affirmhative side 'of the
tDRoP in at your regular eating place and order a bowl
of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. It's great for a late snack.
So easy. to digest it encourages restful sleep. How
much better than hort, heavy foods!
Kellogg's Corn 'Flakes
are also delightful for,
-DOROTHEA PAILING WILLIAM LOCKWOOD
lunch. Try them with sliced bananas or preserved
western area. Lash year, Michigan LEAGUETAINED
was far ahead, ha.ving lost no de-!V R IYM
bates. This year's record, while not '___
as good as last year's, still admits A surprisin~gly great number
recognition as a champion. Varsity debaters were once deb;
Varsity debaters this year for ers in the Michigan High Sch
Michigan were Howard Simon, '32L, de.bating league, James H. McB
Victor Rabinowitz, '34L, Nathan ne*y, of the speech departme
Levy, '34L, Samuel Travis, '34, coach of Michigan's Men's deb
Jacob Weissman, '34, Wilbert L. ing teams, reported.
Hindman, '33, and John W. Lederle, Tnis ;guar, out of the twelve
'33. _ bters who argued for Univers
fMichigan this year debated in of Michigatn, eight were high sclh
preliminary debates Northwestern, debaters, in the Michigan leag
Albion college, Detroit City college, Sevef'al of them even debated
Detroit university, Bowling Gueen the championship t&bate of th
college, Michigan State college, school at Ann Arbor, McBurr
Notre Dame, and Marquette. ' said.
toasted flakes with "the flavor that
tempts, your taste"--thats Kellogg's.
The most popu lar cereals served i-the inhing-rooms 'of Americani
colleges, eating lubs and frtcrn ifie are made by 'Kellogg in Battle
Ceep:. Thuey.Aiclude ALL-BRAN , PEP Brz.an Flakes, Rice Krispies,
WheaLtI xrmbles, and Kellogg's Wilt) E WHE, Biscuit. Also Kiffee
Ilag Ceft C--rcad colfecc that lets you sleep.
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