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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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School Officials Approve Work
Of High School Debate .league'

Prominent school officials in De-
troit and Lansing have approved1 ac-
tivities of the Michigan High School'
Debating league, and have signified

j htii froil I)i po){s!iblO(champnlifship
honor,,.,Ithe (contesting tdebaters not
only acquire a t1 paining in sel'-expres-
sion aend pob:e, but gain knowledge
from the :subjects chosen for deb~ate.

Forester' Surves
West For Lasting
P ulp Wood Supplyt
IAt thle present ra te of con umptliof
of pulp wood in the East the slip;4y,
is rap~idly dimuinishing and will not:
last longer than 20 or 25 years., said'
John F. Preston, '07, fores ter for the;
Hlam mermill Paper Co_, Ere,. Pa., y es-
terdlayw, when he visited the fore~stry!1
'(depar'tment here.
Mr. Preston has made a generg~I
survey of Minnesota and i\1ichigali re-
garding the possibility of, finding" a]

their intention to cooperate with the I-____________
league to the fullest extent.
In commenting upon tue league's le Syracuse football team is en-
1925-26 program for state-wide debat-! route to Indiana for the game Matur-
ing contests, Frank Cody, superin- days with the Hoosiers.
tendent of the Detroit high sclioolkp,_______________
and Thomas E. Johnson, Lansing, sup-
erintendent of public instruction,
'urged state high schools to enrroll A Q A T RS
debating teams on the league's roster.. '
The league begins its new season withF R
the start of a series of debates Nov.ROR
20 in which most of the high schools
of the state_ will take part., The final; WIIllt a Sioade Frames
championship debate for the state will;I
be held in Ann Arbor in the spring, Iremera ~f IPlaque Franmes
and }kith individual and team .awards~
will be offered by the Detroit Free S? (,I14 1l (lulfils
Press. O ,t 'llril
The superintendlents pointed out ,,.,

peri urln ,i.sulpply of1)pulp)wood. After
a g; ncr ul e';uuiinat ion hie was of the
opinmiou lbAtt linnesota has more ex-
tlISi VO soS 01", ofspruce for pulp
W(24 lhu has ichigan.
lie deie that the, only remedy i
for t he p] : errvation oft he pulp wood
ir~O~r a in.New York and
I 'cnnrsylvyr nfl are taking t he lead in
Iiiis anrd su pply fron, 10 to 20 mil-I
lion fe"4tcif pulpi wood a year.
Mr. P re;;t On special jzed in forestry
wo~ wiil inthe1Unit rrity and has
been in thme Fderaliforestry service
for 1 e;r, this year being his first
v it h the -Ilaivimerinill concern.
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ut ppers K.h$1.2y ,SG to '~.$4,5Q:
Sarber's Shears .... ..$,1.15 to $1.65
Olarm Clocks......... $1.50 to $4.75

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Bansteile Playhouse Thi ttt7 5a
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JFNGAGENl T JIXTAORUINARY
CH-AS. I, WAGNE~R Presents
SIDNE'Y BLACKM~ER
In Sabatini's American Romanc
"~THE CA ROLINIAN"9
with Marth Bryan Allen
G ARRIC I(Wed. at. 5cto 2.50
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00
211h Big Week
THE MIRACLE PLAY ON AME~RICA
ANNE NICHOLS'
ABIE'S IRISH JROSE
SEE IT! Youl Will Eventually!
WHY NOT NOW?
SEATS NOW for This and Next Week.
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l;w ill g Picture Fram ies
Electric Toreliers
Sign Wiriters Supplies
Pain ts
Varnish
IE lianels
Wall Paper
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Window Shades
Parchmnent Supplies

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Thursday, best seats, $. Sat. Mat.,5oc to $2.00
Tel. Cadillac, 8705
The STUDENT PRINCE
The Whole Town's Going!i
Company of 150. Great Male Chorus of 6o.

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Another of This Famous Author's Successes

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MIOHICAN vs. WISCQNLI
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Cornwell --Coal-- Coke
Scranton, Pocahontas, Kentucky
and Wes t Virginia coal.
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is. "GIVING ABlSOLUTE SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS."

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SPECjALJ LEASED W IRE "FR OM STlADIV TO STAGE
Entire Movie Slitw - Keii
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think so too, let's get together.
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AND A CAST OF THE WORLD'S GR.EATEST RACE HORSES ~>"~
MAN 0' WAR--- NEGOFOL-,. MORVICK -.-FAIR PLAY
~THE FINN,-VIRGINIA'S FUTURE --,CONFEDERACY
JO N' FORD kroducjolij.
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Suede/, Reindeer, Horse-hide, Corduroy arnd Wool Plaids of many patterns,
lined or unlined, in, the best g rades only as produced by the leadini outing
garment manufacturers. Priced from $4,50 UP. See our WOOL
NAVAKOTES, the latest in ,Jackets.

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all kinds, in, Corduroy, Whipcords, Serge;~ etc.

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Shoes and Puttees.
0. D. Wool and Blanket Shirts, Underwear, Sweaters, Golf
and Light Socks, Overalls and Coyerall $~4.
TOWER'S
FISH_
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Hopse, Heavyr

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The brogue is the shoe to wear

W e are. l'eaclquartcrs 'Tor the mozst popular garment on the campus
and are showing all styles in ..iILLC7 and QLIVE jIAKI for
ladies, men, boys And girls. Our prie YO~~e~ jU. $e dTower's

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STARTING SUNDAY
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newv transparent KiV-Coat.
$15.00 up.

Also Cralrent'.Y GLdu a nd Topcoats fro

trousers that; are so popular.
In black or tan Scotch grain

Blanket, Wool, S'iw n
Auto Robo
All Kinds-For, All Needs.

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