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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'

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THF.MICJIIC1N D~I YSATURDAY,' OCTOBER 9, 1926

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tion, according to Dean Allen S. Whit- -_
ney. The newr men and their posi-
tioius are as follows :IH. 1U. Ryan, ass- Drop in for one of our dainty, delicious
sociate professor of secondary edu- svip ers. Cur sandlwiches with perhaps
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education; and Dr. Georg~e Ky te, as- . inie of candy is un xcelled.
sociate professor of elementary cdu- i -=
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college, received his master's dlegree
at Columbia university, New Yorlk -
During the past five summers lie ha.
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while earning his doctor's deg ree '=;
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from. which position lie came to Ann
Arbor.
Dr. Kyte received his undergraduates
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doctor's degree at the University t,2
Caliorni. Duing he pst to yers
he has been working with Dr. Bagle y4 C,__
of Columbia, in surveying the elemen - -
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Debaters Prepare
For Annual Meet{
In Central League'
Work in the Varsity debate class,
-which is meeting every Tuesday and
rrhursday afternoon under the direc-
lion of Gail Densmore of the public
>>;,aking department, is being direct-
;Ii towards preparation for the Central
!I'ague debate, in which teams chosen
rom this class will represent the Uni-
versity.
The subject in this league will be,
"Resolved; that the eighteenth
amendment should be repealed im-
rnediately," and teams chosen within
the class are' debating this subject
E0ow.
W. W. King, '27L, a member of the
Varsity team which last year went to
1"ngland, is assisting in the work of
coaching the members of the class.

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