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.. THE MICHIGAN-DAILY

; SUNDAY, - vAn . . MR

TH,.CICNfAT

SUNDAY. F'EBRUARY 20.

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UNIQUE EXHIBIT.
IS ARRANGED FOR STATE LAU IK
STUDENT SHOWINGTEM O EAE
Structural advantages and disad- E A I.
"vantages of the skyscraper will be
shown in the first exhibition ever dle-! Sixty-F+our Tleaims Fromn All H~arts of 1
voted to this type of building as as State to Begin Elimnaationi C on-
airtistic development, which willlbe: testy in Marelk
; ns'lheeithnertrbyCorona Munidi, International Art (Yell-, PAIRINGiS ARE CiIYEN 1
ter of New York, 'unlder the auspic e: i
of thoe University of Michigan.i
Mr. Alfred C. Boson, who has ar. Sixty-four hil gh school debatingt
ranged this exhibit, has chosen worIk,,; teams have been selected to take partt
showing a wide scope of creative pot' in the elimination series of debates
or of buildings which are planned fo-. sponsored by the Michigan Hi1gh
the future as well as the greater ones! School Debating League to dietermine
of today. According to Mr.. Bosson, 1 the state championshiip debating team,c
the purpose of this exhibit is to fos- according to an announ(*erent b~y (:. E.
ter the development and interest. of Densmore, manager of the league.!
the public in the international aspect Three of' thle schools entered won their'
of this art which embodies somethingE way by participation in a Detroit
that is essentially Anmerican. Certain1 league, while four others were nmem-
forms of this type of architecture have bers of tihe Northern Peninsula lea-
been traced back to Pueblo Inia 'l gue. The remainder of the t eamns re
dwellinugs and the pyramidal struti- members of the Michigan High School;
lures of the M~ayans and Aztecs. Debating league.j
Previous to this time, Corona Mundi, i March 4 has been select ed as thle
International Art. Center, has held ex- date for the first contests in the eli- i
hibitions of modern American-Indian ( mination series. The teams winning
art, and has conducted contests for I their way to the finals will engage
dlesigns based on primitive creative!1 In the last contest ait Ann Arbor nextI
work. spring to determine the championship.I
The same question, "Resolved, that'
DV A I Pr~lTO nnkA n t~cV I the United States government should,

participating in the final state chain-I having but 12 points were also select-I Fxorse, Central (Detroit) at Anni Ar- at Britton.,lHudson at Tecumseh, St. r and Park t N\orthwnestern i Det
pionship (debate. ination series, although a, few schools bor. Ypsilanti at Albion, North Adams Theresa (Detroit) at Dundee, Hligh-I Detroit Eastern at Mtr. Clemens.'
More than 3,000 high school pupils ed to bring the total number uip to 64.- - -

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'1'he pairings for the first contests
throghot th stte i~vebee ~'in the elimination series, as announned
gagd n tuy 1 he uet 01 5ii('by 1Mr. JDensmaore, are as follows:
it was first announced last fall. A B~ergland at ?Menomninee, Sault Sainte
record enrollment (f 230 high school,, Marie at Newbherry , Harbor Springs at
in the Michigan 1-igh School D~ebating Rogers City. iManistee at Traverse
league, together with the formation City, Tustin at Custer, Breckenridge
of the Northern Peninsula high at east Tawas, Hiolton at East Grand
School D~ebating league, and~ the com- Rapids, Portland at (Cedar Springs,
lination of these two with the league Gsrand Rapids South at. Ilolla nd, IZee-
of Detroit schools in the finh lim- land at Allegan.
ination series, marks the highest p~oint. Stevensville at Buchanan, Niles at
reached by high~l schoo ldeb~at ing in, Sturgis, Bronson at Athens, Nashville
the state. at Plainwell, Leslie at Tekousha, St.
Each team engaged in four contests Johns at Elsie, Caro at Croswell,
in the preliminary series. Point: Sandusky at Millington, Rooseville at
were a warded on the basis of the St. Clair, Utica at Imlay City, Fenton!
decisions of the three jiudgs ap- at Gregory (Unadilla township).
pointed for each contest. Thirteen Farmington at Oxford, 13irmingham
points were selected a. the requisite; at Fordson (Miller), Oak Ridge (Roy-i
number for qjualification for the elim- al Oak) at Northville, Plymouth at

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M AZ/U I YV1,%SIKUIVIOUNS 1I
PITTSBURGH-, Pa.--Miss America
was 'me or the guests at the Univer-
city of Pittsburgh junior prom which,
wvas held here recently with more than
400 couples in attendance.
The designer of the Whte House
was James Hoban, bore in Ireland
about 1755.

own the coal mines," that has been
used thus far for the debates, will
be continued for the elimination ser-
ies.
A -University of Michigan wall
plaque, consisting of a bronze medal-
lion on an American walnut base, will!
be awarded to each of the 64 schools
entered in the elimination series, as a
testimonlial for merit in debating.;
Cold watches will also be a~warded
to each member of the two teams

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GE:ORGCE WASH INGTON. whose 195th
we commremnorate this week, gave a vivid definition
«vords: -

birthday
of libert,

anniversary
:y in these

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The Good Eats

Cafeteria

609 East William St.
The place to enjoy a good home cooked meal.
Breakfa'st, Lunch and Dinner
After February 20, open evenings.
S'andwiches, Rolls, Wheat Cakes and Waffles.
Home Made Pie and Pastry.
Managed by Mrs. Keidling.

Home Movies
Cine-Kodak, Model B, makes movies-sights at
eye level, or like your other Kodak at waist height.
Just press a release and you're making movies
instantly.
The fast ;f.3.5r lens registers fast action even on
dark days. Of course, like any Kodak, Cine-Kodak,
is hand-held, requires no tripod. A spring motor
does the cranking.
Demonstrations of Cine-Kodak movies, projected
at your convenience.
A complete outfit--Cine-Kodak, K( dasc( pe, and
screen---$ z140.
Francisco-Boyce Photo Co,
Tl.,hie odak Fillinig Stzatio~n

"LIBERTY, WHEN IT BEGINS TO "TAKE ROO T,
PLANT OF RAPID GROWTH."

IS A

So is FINANCIAL LIBERTY, once you sow the seed for it by
practicing thrift in your daily expenditures and developing a system of
saving a certain amount of your income regularly.

Start a
will permit.

savings account with this bank and add to 'it as your ability
It will grow rapidly.

Ann Arbor Savings Ban.k

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