THE RED AND BLACK
Will Oppose Four
Teams in 12 Days
Rollins College to Be Met in
bemosthenian Hall Satur
Four visiting debate teams will
oppose Georgia debaters on various
toplea of contemporary discussion
over a period of 1 2 days, from March
25 through April 7.
Only one of the debates Is
scheduled to be held on the Georgia
campus. One debate will be held
with Mercer In Macon, one with Tech
in Atlanta, and ono with Kmory In
The Rollins de
bate team will en
counter the Geor
gia speakers In
Saturday at 8 p.
m. The topic ol
the debate will be
Women In PoIHIcb
Are a Fiasco."
team is composed
of Osgood Wil
vtlle, and John
ta They will up
hold the affirma
tive side of the
Is located at Wint
er Park Fla., and
Is attended by stu
dents from the
North who winter
in the Florida re
sort. Tho school
Is supported by
son. e of the
wealthiest men In
America and was
founded solely for
the purpose of
proving a school for tho winter
visitors. The Rollins debaters, who
arc to defend the negative side of
the question, aro Maurice Dreteor,
New York city, and B. J. Bralovo,
Washington, 1>. C.
Williams Is a student In the
Lumpkin Law school. Taliaferro is
a sophomore In the Henry W. Grady
School of Journulism. Both are
■numbers of the Demosthenian Lit
On March SI. In Atlanta, Univer
sity freshmen speakers will debate
the question "Resolved: That Our
Present System of Higher Educa-
tlon Is a Failure." with the Tech
freshmen. J. M. Fowler, Atlnnta,
and J. C. Morris, Jacksonville, Fla.,
will represent the University and
will defend the negative side of the
"Resolved: Tlinl Soviet Russia
Should ho Recognised,' will he the
topic to be dlscusaed by Georgia with
Mercer. In Macon, on the night of
uprll 5. The speakers from the Uni
versity ”111 defend the negative side.
Georgia debaters will be Mndison
llyrd, Atlanta, and Asa W. t'nndlor,
Kmory speakers will oppose the
Georgia debate team In Atlantn,
April 6, on the topic “Resolved:
That Georgia Should Voto to Repeal
the Klghteenth Amendment." Vlrlyn
11. Moore Jr., Bolton, and C. E.
Gregory Jr., Decatur, will uphold
the aftlrmatlve side for Georgia.
Schuyler Clark, Rockmart, and
Eugene lloppensteln, Toccoa, upheld
the nrflrmatlvc side of the question,
"Resolved: That the United States
Should Agree to the Cancellation of
Inter-allied War Debts,’ against a
team from the University of South
Carolina. Thursday night. No de
cision was rendered.
To Oppose Brenan
The drat Intercollegiate debate
ever to be held by women students
at the University will take place be
tween Rrenau college. Gainesville,
and the debating loam of tho Pioneer
club Wednesday, March 29. Debates
will be held simultaneously at Bre-
aau college and at War Memorial
hall on the University campus.
"Resolved: That Modern Adver
tising Is Detrimental," has been se
lected as the subject to be argued.
The affirmative team of the Pioneer
Club which will remain In Athens Is
composed of Marguerite Powell, Grlf-
fln, and Leila Urquhart, Waycross.
Helen GefTen. Atlanta, and Jeannie
Gulley, Sylvester, will go to Brenau
to defend the negative side.
Wesleyan college, Macon, has also
accepted a challenge of the Pioneer
club to hold a Joint debate. The
•ubject has not yet been chosen.
Challenge! have been sent to various
other women's colleges In Georgia.
Students to Receive
Between May 1-15
The 19.72-33 Pandora will be Is
sued between May 1 and May 15,
according to present arrangements
made by Fred Solomon, Fort Val
Solomon declared that the book
is progressing fine, and the engrav
ings are now being printed.
On account of the great amount of
material to he included, the book
will be larger than others have been
and more crowded.
All the various activities of the
College of Education will bo includ
ed. The pictures of both Institutions
will be uniform; Henlors from the
College of Education will have tbelr
pictures alongside those of the
seniors of Franklin college, and the
other classes will bo made up the
Senior identification blanks have
been stored away. Those seniors
falling to return a filled blank for
l he Pandora will havo a part of their
Colonel W. L. Reed
Visits Military Unit
An Informal visit to the University
R. O. T. C. classes was paid by Col.
W. L. Reed while here to Inspect
tho Athens High school R. O. T. C.
unit Thursday. He also conferred
with President Sanford during his
visit. Colonel Reed, who Is In
charge of R. O. T. C. activities In
eight southeastern states, conducted
the annual R. O. T. C. Inspection at
tho University last year.
Final Play Tryouts
Are Announced for
Beginning of Week
Tryouts, open to all students, for
the final Thalian-Blackfriars play of l
the year will be held Monday at
8:30 p. m. and Tuesday at 3:30 p.
m.. In the University chapel, ac
cording to an announcement Issued
Candida*es at the tryouts will be
cast for roles In "Berkeley Square,”
Leslie Howard’s recent stage suc
cess, and in "Death Takes a Holi
day," the comedy In which Philip
Merivale was Btarred for two years.
If suitable talent for either of the
two plays is revealed, one of them
will be picked definitely as the new
All types of students, both men
and women, are needed for the casts,
Edward C. Crouse, director of the
players, said Thursday. Mr Crouse
urged every student to try for parts
In the new play, whether or not he
has had any stage experience. A
policy of the dramatic club has been
to obtain as many new actors as pos
sible for every play, he pointed out,
In order to give variety to the pro
ductions and to allow every talented
student in the University an oppor
tunity for a college dramatic career.
Ed Glee Club Will Give
Program Over Radio
Twelve members of the College of
Education Glee club, under the di
rection of Miss Jennie Belle Smith,
will give a radio program over sta
tion WSB Friday, April 24, at 1:30
p. m. Lulie Henderson, Columbus,
Will Present Plays
A series of one-act plays will be
presented by the Beta Omicron cast
of Alpha Pel Omega, national dra
matic fraternity, early In April, at
a silver tea give® by the Athens
Woman’s club, for the benefit of the
Tallulah Falls school tuna.
The plays to be given are "The
Rehearsal,” and "For Distinguished
The east will include: Bess Cow
art, Donaldsonville; Jessie Thomas,
Montezuma; Hazel Poss, Athens;
will play a piano solo.
The numbers on the program are
“Pale Moon,” "Belles of St. Mary's,”
Virginia Dillard, Athens; Martha
Holt, College Park; Patsy Spalding,
Atlanta; Mildred Trawick, Com
merce, and Celeste Moore, Sharon.
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