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TUIEL, DAY, IWAIXIT 2",, 1 26

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THAEB

TUESDAY, MA I~ClI 28, 1b26 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TUR~E

LEAGE DBATRS
CONTINUE SERIIES
S? 4( cn I Hih ~Schoolsntai i In Ma "'e
Fcor 'I'Iiid liitintiou
Ap~il !'
FINALS COME MAY 10
As a resualt of 0,c econd 01 debate iniI
the elimination debhate Aseries of£ thej
Miichigan state high school debating
leag;ue, held recently, 16 state high
sch.ools remain in the running for the
th1ird elimination series debate to be
hld April 2. The schools still. on
thie elimination list are flint, Kalama-
21oo Central, Kalamazoo Normal, East,
Lansing, East Grand Rapids, Ypsilanti,
i fndson, Leslie, Springport, Yale, Te-
ciitpiseh, Millington, Muskegon Heights,I
Ludington, Elsie, and Sault Ste. Marie.
According to G. E. Densmore, dle-
bate league manager, a schedule willE
be mailed to all remaining schools the
laltter part of this week, comprising an
nanouncement of the schools matched(1
foy ' the thirdi debate.!
Latest plans have placed the final
state championship dlebate on the dlatej
of May 10, at Ann Arbor. .Arrange-3l
ments are now "being made to pro-
vide additional attractions for all who
a ttend the debate, and a large attend-l
Aance of high school students is, ex-
pected.

Succeeds Ellis
Island Director

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I DpatmntRecommends 38' Chamber To Hear
DeprtmntPark Proposals
. P u ilsFor eac ers ~ho ts Appropriations to be voted on at
From163 stuent enrlle inI Tlh ingest recordI was made by the April election for new, city parks
French courses, the roman~ce languag- 3 Thigh Bi. Carnes, '26, who has recent- !an~d the establishment of a. municipal
es department has selected 38 for ed 34 hours of A in French, this major court will be the topics for discu~ssionl
special recommendations to teach the( subject and 21 hours of A in his minor, at the regular noon luncheon at the
subject following graduation this Spanish.j Chamber of Commerce today.'
,Iune. These departmental recommen- -------- --- I . Gluspritneto1
dations are submitted annually to theK.ibo P cn ~ prsanW.ae-
A lbon stp esparsan Hackley W.Butler, amm
aplpontments committee, and( pertain b Ier of the park board, will speak in
only to studlents whose entire records / )hng fvr fte prpraio'f$2,0
in the department fall within the ' for th~e purchase of several acres of
lbest 50 ratings. ln o i.prs
The students included on the lil Adelphi's debate with Albion, sched- Idfociy paks
thisyeraemmesothliea' uledI for Saturday, has been called off, One of the proposed sites, bordering
coleg, heScoolofEdcaio, n codno odrcie by Rbr on the Huron river, is. used by under-
theiGradaehol nyOI fiha team. Albion has a debate I The merits of the proposed municipal.
trs andinng37bengsell- Mionday and believes it undesirable court will be discussed by Alderman
!itais to have two debates so close. C. C. Freeman.
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