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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
,\VI~DESDXY~ l~iHd1ARY ,. . .TH. MCHIGAN...IL
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( LITTL SCORES REFUSING FUNDS
5HOSa unSCOO LT L0ESTABLISH HOSPITAL SCHOOL
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0~ ~ ac iig edt ion of the ANici
Will IParticipuit ('chlbs 1 to 1151a 1 sbalselol.
14,1les For l ' i l t '; rece(, 'ok l: i]''s ik
s0c1oy1 I)( 1 1 lst Frid i~v ai he Unid-
ELIMINATED; o i 1is' a,
Th e President poinited 0out.1that this
80(101 v IL s1 year' di.(cci l'aecl thle
raising of1funds(1!'or thepoecJ10t , 1hop]-
iug to gain oa girn t fromu the state
le--isl atiure for tbho' purpose of the
school. The l egislatlure f;,.fle~i to anp-
I, ropriaie the wls, and I hto 11he es-
SalishnlH'f , of the schoiol 1has 1been
f(lyed at least two years.
COLLEGE MEN AND WOME\!,N
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than sever.
703 Packard St.
Au nnonceentwas sent out
, roai the1 l xt en sion dena ri nent c
t he I1ivo)rsity to thue high schools
of the stae ith a list of the 64
schools wichT will lbe allowed to par-
t icipate iv I lie elimination series of
debate to determine the state cham-
According to Prof. Gail E. Dent -
mlore, manager of the 1lichiganl High
School Debating league, these 64I
scll ools were selected from the 240
'iii011c iii the mlemlbership in the
league , Every member of the league!
ias11=,A tour)' deba8tes in the prelim-
Nmairy series, antcl these 914 team's were
selected because of their good re-3
Pt was determinedl that 12 points
bad to he earnled in the preliminary
deats in order to be elliible for.
the eliimition series. Only 62
teams had this record, and as 64 are
necessary,, two schools were drawn1
by lot in ordor to complete this num-
The anniiomiceinent also contained
a. schedule o" the contests inl the
inal rcc. The first debate will be
held oil Welualry 17. This will elim-
inatf °'82 of t he 64 teams. The secondI
round v.will be run off on March 2,
,tnd this will1 leave 16 schools. The
third roimd is set for March 16 and
lhe fourthi round for March 30, which
Awill e~ilimnae, all but two teamns.
r1hlise t wo team.s will 'eet in the
Stat~e ('hi mfiojislii) deb~ate at Ann
Arbor in iEtill~ Auditorium on April
Ann Arbor, last year's champion,
,failed to qullaify for the climinationi
saeries. Albion, runnerup -last year,
was able to: garner tihe requiredl 12
points;- and will meet Grand Rapids
Union in the first debate of the ser-
After a brief halt due to a col
,nap in1 December, work on the new.
intramural. sports building on northi
i'qrry field has progressed rapidly
throughout the nast month. The
brickwork on three sides is entirely
calrpletedl and the fourth side is ra-
pidly nearing completion.
The wq' rh jng ,contrac't scheduled
the building readly for opening by
Feb. 1, 'but, it is believedl that two
mont I hs f ,th~e labor will be re-j
o nired on theo structure, since none'
ofi the lroorfing or interior work has
been,. ilgn as vet.
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anid "Spring' Fever."
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