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EBTRAOTNGR LEAGUE
.A SS6latlon Enters On TenthI Season;
bscusses Ownership Of Mtines
x y Governmient'
g XPECT 200 EN'TRIES
S tarting the tenth season of the
Mlcl$, gan High School Debating league
undo the auspices of the University
exten~sion department with Mr. Gail E.
Densmore, instructor of public speak-
ing, 's director, some 200 schools in
'tlie otate will soon begin preparation
for te series of debates in which they
w ill ';participate. The entries in the
league, which numbered over 200
sch i4,s last year, are coming in even
fastW this year and Mr. Densmore ex-
pect that there will be a record Pium-
berf entries by the time menmbership
is cosed on October 25.
Tl~p question which will be debated
by the schools this year is, "Resolved,
thiaO tt United States government
shoti~d own the coal mines," and the
flrstlregularly scheduled debate of the
fou6 preliminary contests in which
all je schools, will engage will be
hield~~llovember 19. The second debate
wvill be held Deceinper 10, the third
Jan infry 14, and the' fourth February
11, ter which the schools with the
bestrecrdswill participate in the
C$ fan Is Given
SLeave Of Absencejl
Ax ouncement has been made by
the ""udent Christian association of a
yea&'' leave of absence having been1
,granted Harold C. Coffman, who since 'J
192~has heid the position of general
Fee tay of, thleorganization, in order
tihathe may complete his residence
wor at Columbia University for his
doe ris degree in sociology.
A ENS. -- Greeks recently un-
rciia monument at Boirran, to Brit-
ish V'ar dead on the Macedonia front.
Wit~ssing the ceremony were Greek
and kritish officials, together with the
Brit~h bishop of Gibraltar and the
Gre~ archbishop of Salonica.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

EXTENVSIVE CONSTRUCTION BEGINS
CAMPUS ENLARGEM11ENT PROCGRA M

mnder construction, is to be situated South University avenue across the been started, comprising two storiesi
betIween l Tappaii and l lavent on M'von- Martha Gook (dormitory lawn. The re- and a basement. The first floor is BONSTELLE WO rtPAAi [ ot.;
roe. It will beo built, in flee slialie of ulailider of the plot of ground will be to contain the washing machines and PLAYHOUSE M1lts. 1'--ThArs1,111"
anl "a." witi lprovisioni fortu ttre eii- landiscaped. a new sorting room. The second floorj 50C a;1,1 ;5.
areininoahlow riee tiigle. IWr nti project hlas just cpm- will be used for the ironing n acldnes. i New Yorkers have t+ n n iIiths!
Thre matineto a iilMorkiioenathih
Theman eitanc wll ~eat hemenced and the lines are being laid while the basement will form storage 'AT MRS. BE AMW
point of the "I," at: the nlorteast cor- for the foundations. The building will space. C .NnosLuo
ner of the bilding, and will face on probably be ready for occupancy by The architecture has been so (Ie- KNuo LoduLagilgS
Haven. This entrsncec and thle towerj next fall, sig ted that it will eonform with tile S UB R L F YE T
above it will be easily visilie from An adldition to the laundry' has just lor tginai laundry building. HAR --DERI

Extension of North University And Forest Avenues Wvill Afford
Access To Health Service And Projected New- Museum

Easier

Work on the Unirersity's extensive
building program 'is 'well uinder way
and its completion will mark the en-
largement of the campus in two dif-
ferent directions.
North University avenue is to be ex-
tended as far as 14th street on a di-
rect line with the course it now fol-
lows. This extension will put the
Building and Grounds offices, the,
Homeopath'ic hospital, and the Health1
Service right on the street. Yollalid
street is to be removed and on its site'
will stand the north wing of the new
museum.?
Forest avenue is to be extended
north across Washtenaw and Geddes
to 'the presents corner of Volland and

14th street. The triangle tihus formed
and bounded by Washtenaw, North
University, Forest and Geddes will be
occupied by the new University of
Michigan Museum.
In planning the heating of this
building, it was found necessary to
run a six:-foot concrete tunnel from
the nearest steam tunnel, approxi-
mately 150 feet away. In order toj
save several fine trees which will sur-
round the front entrance to the mu-
seum, the steam lines will lie carriedI
up the 'new North University avenue
a distance of 200 feet to 'a position
opposite the north wing where it will
enter the building.
The new Architectural building, now

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