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FRIDi'vY, JANUARY 22, 1926

THE 'MICHIGAN, DAILY

PAGE TURFM

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1926 THE 'MICHIGAN' DAILY PAGF~ THR1~
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S TUDENTS TO" AC-T
ADEBATE JUGES
More Tiian 5* )Studenits Have BeenI
SentrTo Act As Jndges In igh
sellos~l. Iehtinig Contests
TH REE AT EACH CONTEST}
As an aid to the present State High
School Dcb ating league program, G.
E. Densmnore ha s.sent out more than,
50 University students to act as
judges in three dlebates of the league's
preliminary series. For eachi debate,
M1r. Densmore has sent 30 students to;
Detroit to judge the matches there, and
mor'e than 25 others to other towns,
ranging in distance from as far north
as Bay City to as far south as the
Ohio border.
Each of these student judges is sel-
ected 'by Mr. Densmore because of
previous college debate experience, and
three are senit to judge a single de-
bate.
*The design for the wall plaque to
be given to each of the schools enter-
ing the elimination series has been ap-
proved and will consist of a bronze
plate, modeled after the University
seal, mounted on a mahogany shield,
and enscribed with the name of the
high school team and its individual de-
baters. More than 50 of these honor
plaques. will be presented.

DAILY OFIALBULLETIN

!Dr. M. C. Wier
Wendell Williams
Floyd V. Winner
Prof. C. E. Wright

Walter Yama
Win. Sroy or
Win. Troy

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s Addltiml D. Q.
Waltcr C. Mvain
Charles Margolis
Fraderil a.Marston
Clara Meager
A.L. Miller
-Dr. M. MVis ;al
IRay Meurer
C. 13. 1Morganstern
jAlvah Mc Laughlin
W. S. iMcLiughlin
Marguerite' McPhee
Kineta Partlack
Gail Patterson
Alonzo D. Pelton
Terencio A. Peralta
Orif, B. Perry
Prof. W. D. Powers
Lew Prag
A'rste~aPride
Dr. Pritchaid
Jack Pritchard
Dr. Marion O'Harrow
Janet Radmond
Nicbs Raltsas
Ralpih'Rautenan
Wilfred Raynor

B. on Page Eight.
Myrene Rich
F. J. Robinson
H. Rodriguez
John D. Rue
Pete Ruthven
Elmer Salzman
NormanĀ°E. Schwartz
Dr. Frd. B. Scott
Jonathan F. Scott
s Yashazumi Sekido
Prof. L.B. Shipple.
He'bert "and Beaman Smith
Prof. G. A. Stinchcomb
Odell Taliaferro
Chin Kai Tan
Miss Than Thomas
Maud C. Thompson
Richard C. Travis
Edw. C. VanHorne
Anne Van Lozsik
Anne Viden
A. "Waite
Lewis P. Waldo
Mr. and: Mrs. J. Wannaki
Wmn. Warick
Mary H. Weeks
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wheeler

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coming1 examination peiriod'everyone is requested to pay immediately.
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