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1ARY 7a 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ARY 7, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRELIMINARY SCHOOLI
DEBATES COMPLETED1
('1mnp loii hpWlill B130 ulfrili ed By
IElIJJuinaiioc Series Among
Remiaininig Schools
FINAL CONTEST DATE SET!

STATE TROOPS ARE USED TO QUIET Intramural- Program
PARTICIPANTS IN OYSTER COMBAT! Fornmed For Summer
For the first tine in the history of
the University, an intramural sports
program has been arranged for the
'" . Summer session of next summer, it
ita announc~ed by Dean Eward 1H.
IKraus of the Summer session during
;he examination periodl
} S - . Paul Washike. assistant director of
intramrural athletics, will supervise

ENGw~INEERING\.iCLUB 11Norton CT1M yof WOrCe Ster, lMass.,
TO SHOW MOVIES, abrasive products. The first film wilt
Two moving pictures will be shown 1)be entitled "The Age of Speed" a .nd
by the local students' division of the1 will present the tievelopinent f(C mod-
American Society of Mechanical En-er1n mans of locomotion anO produc-
giners, beginning at 7:30 o'clock to- tion. The second is caltitled "Thee
morrow night in Natural Science Thirteenth Part of a Clair" and is of
auditorium. The presentation of the distinctly non-technical nature. it will
features by the organization will be depict among other things views of
the first of a series of activities sched- the giant government dirigible, Los
uled by that group which has b~een Angeles, and Major Seagreave's rat-
dormant for some time.; ing car, in which hie shattered 1th e
The pictures were filmxed by the a world's recordl for spee(d.

Professor-NWatkins
Wins Research Prig
Prof. Lconard Watkins of the e(
nomics department of the Unzivers
has bccn awarded the $2,500 trienn
r s a A prz by t e Ch c - Trcom p~any, as a result of a study
made of the changes wroughlt
American banking practices by 1
federal reserve system

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Tyre last round inl the preliminary these activties. The program wvill in-
series of debates of the Michigan High . (d c~udle competitive gaines su~ch as ten-
School Debating league was run off nssimn aealpagon
on Friday, Jan. 27. More than 240 Ihail, golf, handball, squash racquets
high schools represented by 720 de-X and similar games adapted to mid-
haters met i 120 debates upon the" summer, and a number of non-coin-
subject-the abolition of the direct pet hive physically benficial recrea-
primary.!tix< y tional activities.
Records made by all schools in the To further thle plan the board in
four preliminary debates will be comn-j control of athletics has offered all the!
puted, a'icl the 64 high schools with fa.cilitie s of Ferry Field, South Ferry
the highiest records will he allowed to Field, Yost Field H-ouse and the new
participate in the elimination series . Intramutral Sports building for the
of debates to determine the state z . use of sunmmer session students.
chartpion. The first' round in this This means that about 50 acres ofl
series of contests will be held on y playground~ space on which are some
Feb 17.f 30 tennis cour'ts, running tracks, base-
When these 64 schools bre notifiedl~ balkl -9monds, the indoor facilities,
of their eligibility to enter the final I { s' <Including 14 regu?.ation handball
race for state forensic honors, eachj,. courts, 13 regulation squash racquet
school will be presented with a Uni-j courts, a 35-75 foot swimming pool,
versity of Michigan Wall Plaque " boxing, wrestling and fencing rooms
Trophly. These 634 schools will debate will he reaidy for the use of summer
among themselves until only twto tn-I . I session students.
defeated teams remain. These two .2 I
teams will be brought to Ann Arbor YO T IS V SIO
for the final state championship de- IOS3T IGRANDs T
bate which is scheduled for April 27 V ____ RAPIDS
The date of April 2.7 has ben se-____
lected at the request of the Michligan Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-
Scolasters club which will be con- :;: :':::;;:;;:<::; ..;": ;::...tics, has beenlavstri rn
vening in Ann Arbor on that date, in .<::-:s:: :l aptds for the past week. or tell days
order that the teachlers of the state- During his stay in that city Coach
may attend the debate. Last year Yost has delivered several talks be-
mlore thlan 3,000 people assembled in Presence of state troops h~as served to quiet the participants in the fore Grand Rapids clubs and public
Hill Auditorium to hear the debate "oyster war" of Mobjack Bay, Gloucester' county, Virginia, just north of the meetiings, his subjects being concerned
between Ann Arbor and Albion, and mouth of the York river. Gov, H-ariry F. Byrd ordered out the troops whlen: with various p~hases of athletics, botih
it 'is expected that the audience this belligerent oyster tongers fired oil a state p~atrol boat and later dredged the at Michiganl and elsewhere
year will be even larger. bay for oysters at nighlt. Nigiht fishing is agaiinst the law and tihe men also Last Thursday lie delivered two
The Michigan High School Debating are charged with dredging in private grounds. The fishlermnen contend the lectures at Muskegon, the home city
league was organized by tile Exten- j bay is public fishing ground. Top photo, Mobjack Bay, scene of the disturb- of Bennie Oosterbaan, captain of the
sionl department of the, University. ances; below, an oyster schooner at work. 1li27 football team.
So, This is Leap Year!p __ -s._____IGG

REAL ESTATE

DIRECTORY

FRATERNITY OR
SORORITY
1. 820 Hill. Close to
Campus. Beautiful ap-
pointments. 3 full baths.
Easy terms.
2. 1000 E. Ann. Ac-
commodates forty. Price
$25 ,000, Very large lot.
3. Washtenaw Avenue.
Beautiful house, large lot.
close to Hill street.
4. Brick Home on very
large corner lot 'on Cam-
bridge road.
Phone F., A. Sergeant,
Dial Evening 6189,

RESIDENCES
1. Suburban Home, large
lot, new six-room home, oil
burner, slate roof, casement
windows. $15,000. Easy
terms.
2. Ives Woods Section-
1 2-room home, beautifully
appointed. Has very large
lot.
3. Norway Road, twelve
rooms, gas furnace, two fire-
places, maid's quarters.
4. Hill Street, beyond
Washtenaw, large lot, one
of the most beautiful homes
in Ann Arbor at $25,000.
Phone M. A. Newton
Dial Evenings 6125

RENTALS
1. Cutting Apt., 6 rooms
and bath, redecorated, heat
and water furnished.
2. Two and three-room
apts. near the campus, furn-
fished completely for $45,
$50 and $55 mo.
3. Geddfes Avenue, six-
room apartment~ at $65.
4. Greenwood, ten rooms,
mostly furnished, $90.
5. Ingalls Street, four-
room furnished apartment
for 2nd semester at $75.
Phone Mrs. McHenry
Dial Evenings 9800
DIAL 22571

BROOKS

BUILDING

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REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, INC.

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