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UiTIJSDAY, FI IA3I UA RY 9, 192 6

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THF MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

BATE 11 TO MEETs

WFill Distribute
Zoology Writings

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Ill HEALT PREVENTS
PHoE KUHNS HT

leave of absence for the first semester
of this year to enable him to accept
a fellowship at the institute for
theoretical. physics of the University
of Copenhaglen, directed by Prof. N.

Dean

Whitney Hurt

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IiII ll LLIIVI IIII :L o thenZoodogy dPFepartment tht ac-
--l_ cunmulated during thle first semester
Irhs int 4f 1 )li, Yiirkla, rics ai now being distributed to educators
Lj~ ~ uie ~khnit Wnnig Nuesand institutions on the mailing list of'
In~iit~ lilga~cic f itee the department.b
To B~e feld Fridaiy These incelude a study by Prof. A.
-- - lFranklin Shull of the genetics of col-
S 'RE; THAN 6 ENTERED or in relation Ito the life cycle of the
potato and rose aphid, an -article on
tthe ecolgy of the Gyrinidae or
S Will the completion of the last de- whirligig beetles, by Dr. Melville 1.
bate in the point winning series to1 Hatch. and five paprs on the general
hers of the Michigan State High School1 ties of protoplasm by Prof. L. V. Heil-
tDebating league will start preparation ________________
1for the clhampionship Preliminary ser-
ies. According to G. E.Densmore, MLVD
state manager of league, more than 0 IJ[ LAFLUPE IIOUI
60 schools will be eligible for they W LL nnrESSCH
el imination series, the result of which illdetrmie tevto scool toparER
tiiaei h tt lminhp finals at Ann Arbor about May T.. George R: Swain, official photos;-,
The preliminary debate series will raper of the University in the recenti
be conducted along purely elimination Near East expedition, will' be thea
1 lines, the loser of each contest drop- principal speaker at the weekly meet-
pigout and the winner being paired ing of the Chamber of Comere lun-f
s withanother team. The two final cheon club today. Mr. Swain will dis-
'winning teams will debate for the cuss "The Excavation of Carthage",
state championship at Ann Ar- recounting the work accomplished in
b or in May as the guests of the lea- the expedition of last summer.
Ogue, Both the Anin Arbor and Ypsi- Mr. Swain was associated with Prof.
l t lanti teams have survived thus far in Francis W. Kelsey, of the Latin de-
S~the point winning contests and will partment, in the excavation work at
4probably be assured places in the Crthage, which was undertaken by
championship preliminary series. De- a Franco-American committee. His
~ troit's Debating league, working in experiences also include a 1,900 mile
conjunction with the state league, will trip into Tunis and Algeria in search
1complete the last of its preliminary of the sites of ancient Roman cities,
Iseries by Feb. 19, and the winners, and a visit to the island of Patmos,
ie~ed according to the point system, where St. John is supposed to have
will then enter the state elimination lived .when le wrote the book of Rev-
sries. elations.
* N Each of the teamis enrolled in this-
seiswill receive an award in the
T ed with the names of the high schoolIn u ra Rie
team and its members, given by the
1 etroit Free Press. The members of
the two final contesting teams will be Dean John R. Effinger, of the Col-
iven gold watches. lege of Lterature, Science, and the
4 Arts, attended the inaugural ceremon-
L .ONDON. - Reuter's understands ies of President Bizzell of the Univer-
'' that an important transaction has been ity of Oklahoma, Feb. 4-5. Dean Ef-
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i'ron)lProf. (Oskar Klein, or tile pysics
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r Ieturn to take u1'rIs Vwork fior thse
se0cond semester.

Because of serious illness, Professor
1Kleinlhas been confinied to a hospital
during the winter.

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Professor' Klein Nvas ;granted ( a rae Classified columus.---Adv.

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Due to an automobile accident, Dean
A. S. Whitney, of the School of Edu-
cation, will be confined to his home
for a few days. Deau Whitney is
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shock. No serious injuries were in-
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