This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: ... team to meet Columbia in debate, than the world was shocked with the amazing announcement that the word-warriors of Columbia Heights gently but firmly declined to join battle with the "co-ed" from Ithaca. Their protest was not based on any irregularity under the rules; that the Cornell debatress was perfectly eligible ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 Excerpt: ... team to meet Columbia in debate, than the world was shocked with the amazing announcement that the word-warriors of Columbia Heights gently but firmly declined to join battle with the "co-ed" from Ithaca. Their protest was not based on any irregularity under the rules; that the Cornell debatress was perfectly eligible they could not deny; that she had won her place in a fair field with no favors they were compelled to admit. But they complain that a woman on the Cornell team would exert an influence on the gallant judges which all the logic of mere man could never overcome! And then they would bolster up their protest by recourse to the polite dictum that "a gentleman never argues with a lady." To which Cornell replies: "Tush!" Also from Ithaca comes the stirring ultimatum that the lady shall hold the place she has fairly won on the Cornell team or there will be no debate with Columbia. (Long and vociferous applause. ) j- What The Gentlemen of Columbia will do in this emergency has not been announced at this writing. Since Cornell declines to consider their protest, why not offset the advantage of which they complain by inducing a; "co-ed" from one of their affiliated colleges to accept a place on their own team? Or they might insist that, if the Cornell "co-ed" is to be allowed to debate, Columbia should be permitted to name the judges; then they could choose a board of matinee girls and cinch the victory by putting on their team three of their football players--no, they don't play football at Columbia any more; but there are the hockey and basketball teams, also the chess team, and they still have a crew, haven't they? Before such a board of judges, what chance would all the intellects of Ithaca stan...
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