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SATURDAY, MAY 1B, 1926

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REVIEW ACTIVITIES
OF DEBATE LEAGUE1

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[Free Press.
The probable question for debate
next ,year, while not definitely decided
on, will undoubtedly be "Resolved,
That the United States government:
should own the coal mines." Applica- I
bions for mcmlbershinp in. the league far

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Lawn Rollers ......... $13.50 and $1.6.00

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Walnut Honor Plaques Sent 64 High M96-27 will be se
Sehools Eligible For Flu a I of the state before
Contests Of Series
OVER .540 DEBATES HELD J ETROIT
Summarizing the activities of thel. -

ext to high schooi.
flset.15.
THEATR ES
WEEK I

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Get Acquainted with M~ichigan
The Michigan supplement of the Christian Science Monitor
of May 14 will contain facts on Michigan's great cities,
mighty industries, wdnderful beauty, art, music education,
etc. Get a copy-5c---at Student's Supply Store and all
of Stofflet's news stands.

Michigan High School Degating lea-.
guO for 1825-26, G. E. Densmore, of
the public speaking department, lea-
gue manager, has sent out a final bul-
letin to all high schools league mem-
bers. According to an estimate made
from the championship debate be-
tween Kalamazoo Central and Hudson,
held in Hill auditorium recently, more
th an 2,500 people were present, and
63; delegates represented high schools
fro'm all parts of the state. Registra-1
tion figures of tickets given to visiting
representatives for the Michigan-11
Iowva basbalt game ran well over 1,-
200.{
A brief compilation of league stat-
istics for the closing deb~ating season
shows that in the league membership
of 200 high schools, 500 debates were
held, 1,000 debaters participated in
these debates, and more than 100,000
people attended' themr.
Walnut honor plaques for the 64
high schools eligible for the elimina-
tion debate series, have been sent outt

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