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April 07, 1926 - Image 2

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PACE TWO

TTIF MTCI.TTC.ANT nATT Y

WEDNESDAY", APRIL 7, 02G

rAETW I FMIII1.N YTIYWENSDY ARL .I 2

AN NOUNCE 1FOURTH-
fighit high School Debating I~aguel
Teamis Survive E liviination
Cut Of Third .Conglest
WILL GIVE 64. TROPHIES
Narrowing down the numb~er of de-
bating teams in the third elimination
debate of the Michigan High School
Debiting league held last Friday, has
resulted ini the survival of eight team.,
vwhich will debate in the fourth elimi-
niation debate April 16 or before. #
A schedule notifying these schooi.>
cif their debate has alieady been si-it
out and the debaters are making in-
tensive plans for the comning contest.
the surviving schools are: Ludington,
Muskegon Heights; Kalamazoo Cen-
tral, Ypsilanti; Hudson, Leslie; and
Yale, Mllington'. The debates will be
run off according to the arranged
pairing.
According to G. E. Densmore, de-
b~ate league manager, the wall plaque
trophies won by the 64 schools that
entered the elimination series will be
sent out by April 16.
L1A The Daily Bell it for you "thru
tnie lassified columufj.-Miv.

Commands Dirigible

California Schools Invite Four
Of Faculty As Summer Teachersl
Several faculty members will spend direct the editing of the Daily Palo1
their vacations in California this! Alto.
summer, either conducting summer j The writers' colony ini Carmel will
courses at various universities, or? claim Jesse Lynch Williams, holder
vacationing, of the fellowship in creative arts.
1Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, of the Law v Prof. Everett S. crown. of the po-1
school, has accepted the offer of Le- litical science dleparinment, will spend l
land Stanford university to conduct his time between Berkeley and San
courses in the summer session at Palo! Diego where he will visit relatives.
IAlto. Waldo M. Abbot, of the rhetoric Prof. Arthur S. Acton, of the history
1 department, will also be at Leland1 department will iboa member of the
Stanford university where he is to' University of California facultyv.
assist in the publicity department, ! ill these men have been invited to
give various journalism courses. andattend the third anniual mieetingr of
thoe eighth djstrt el o the Alumni as-'
coflatjoll, which is t ) he hld Aug.
giant navy dirigible, was the senior 7- at Tlerleley.
surviving officer of Shenandoah (is-l
Iaster.
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