THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1950'
'RARE' REMARKS RELISHED:
British Debater Relates
By HENRY JARECKI
"This house resolves that Ply-
mouth Rock should have landed
on the Pilgrim Fathers."
"That's one of the-topics for
debate we had once this summer,"
said Alwyn Smith, one of two
British students who were paired
with University Speech students
last week to debate women's rights
at the monthly Speech Depart-
ment Assembly in Rackham Hall.
Smith, 25 year old senior at
England's University of Birming-
ham medical school, and his col-
league, Gwynn Williams, graduate
student in history at the Univer-
sity College of New Wales, are in
this country on a two-month de-
bating tour under the sponsorship
of the International Institute for
WHILE ON THE TOUR they
will speak at 35 colleges through-
out the east and midwest with an
average of four talks a week.
"Another topic we often de-
bate in Britain, said Smith, "is,
Resolved: The Law of Gravity
Sho'uld be Repealed. Of course,"
continued the tall, black-haired
veteran of His Majesty's Royal
Marines, "we do get serious
once in a while-but only in a
Our purpose in coming is main-
ly to show you Americans what
our style of debate is like, and
to learn how to use your style,
"This debate at Michigan was
our very first experience with the
cross-questioning technique you
"IN BRITAIN we have a sys-
tem of interruptions, where a
member of the debating society
may get up from the floor in the
middle of a speech to ask a ques-
tion or.raise a point of order," he
"Shouts of 'Rubbish' from the
body are frowned upon but this
makes it perfectly all right for
a spectator to make a rude re-
mark by rising to ask, 'Is it not
true that this is a lot of rub-
bish?' " Smith explained.
He also pointed out that .in
Britain persons may, at the discre-
tion of the chair, hold forth at
length from the floor. Generally
in a serious topic the chairman
knows what members from the
floor are likely to speak facetious-
ly and calls on them whenever the
debate needs livening up.
* * *
HE LAUGHED OFF a question
on whether the viciously male su-
premacist views he expressed at
Rackham last week were authen-
tic saying, "Oh, nothing of the
kind. We tossed up tosee which
side we'd take. Really we aren't
serious too often. Like our debate
a few 4nonths back on, Resolved:
Columbus Went Too Far."
Smith recalled the time he
asked his opponent to name three
great women composers, his op-
ponent expressing his inability on
the grounds that he was no mu-
sician. Smith countered with a
demand for his opponent to name
three great female poets; his op-
ponent again demurred. Then
c&me Smith's sharp thrust: "Ah,
you are illiterate too, I take it."
His eyes sparkled. "I could have
asked him to name three great fe-
male lawyers' When he failed I
could have retorted; 'What, and
illegitimate besides?' "
00LX THE RENCH NAVE AW4 ODFOR IT
ORCHIDS FOR MILADY
Hula skirts rustled softly, the
beachgombers carelessly strummed
their ukeleles, songs of the Is-
lands echoed through the air as
Hawaii came to campus Sunday
It was the start of Aloha Week
in Hawaii, and for the first time,
the University Hawaii Club was
observing this annual period of
celebration and good will here on
An hour of Hawaiian culture,
presented by a group of students
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1950
VOL. IjXI, No. 25
Regents' Meeting: Sat., Nov. 18,
9 a.m. Communications for con-
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Herbert G. Watkins, Secretary
Schools of Education, Music,
Natural Resources and Public
Health: Students, who received
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