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SCHOOL [DRT[ LETED ELE ADOF Work Of Remodeling MAGAZINE EDITORI INSTITUTE GETS MACHINE
ULIGII GROU ES*.1 P Hospital Progrese' To LECTURE ISERE f Installation o a new photo micro-
"Racal Segregation" is the topic of( graphic machine in Simpson -eoral
I' M M11 TONGHTWork is progressing rapidly on h the leccire 1o e given by Dr. W. E.' institute has been completed. The
TEAS EE TNIoT finaitofiofthe achne. which, c~ording toD1
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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better thant ever.

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THiIRT~Y-TWO) SCHOOLS ENGAG ;
IN SECON ROUND)
CONTESTS
TO HOLD FINALS APRIL 17
"llesolved That The Direct Primary
r Should Be Abolished" Is
IDebate Question
Thirty-two high school debating
teams will compete tonight in the sec-
ond round of contests in the elimina-
tion series to determine the state
champion. After this round there will
be only 16 teams left as contenders
for state honors.
The first round of debates in this
final series eliminated 32 of 'the 64
high schools which, because of their
record in the preliminary. series of
contests between the members of the
Michigan High School Debating
league, were allowed to participate.
After two more rounds in the elimi-
nation series, all but two of the de-
bating teams will have been elimi-
nated. These two surviving high
schools will come to Ann Arbor on
April 17 to participate in the eleventh
annual state championship debate in
.Hill auditorium.'
Last year the contest was won by
Ann Arbor high school which defeat-
ed Albion. The question which was
considered in the debating league
was, "Resolved:. that the United
States government should own the
coal mines."
"Resolved: that the direct primary
should be abolished" is the proposi-
tion which is being debated among
the league members this season. Ac-
cording to reports sent out by the
extension department_ of the Univer-
sity, organizer of the Michigan High
School Debating league, these high
school contests are arousing consider-
able interest throughout the state.

wVill be grouped -with t he offices of
the house physician andl of the chief
residecnt physician, and a larger wait-
ing1 room will hbe provided. With the
comlnletion o1 the wrork the various
departments will have more room.
Thee change is being madeC in order
to eXpeIit.e, the course of the entering
patient through preliminary business
and examinations.
Psycehology Journal'
Group Hears Glaze
"Fasting, Its Psychological As-
pects," was 'the topic of S. A. Glaze
of the, psychology department in his
address last night at the regular bi-
weekly meeting of the Psychology
Journal club 'in :room 3126 N. S. Glaze
discussed the sensitivity to odors and
other phenomenon of fasting.
The club' met to discuss current
literature, and laboratory experiments
conducted in the psychology lahora-
I tory.

pices of 1the Negro-Caucasian club.
!1Dr. Du Bfois isa fellow of the
Anvrican Association for the Ad-
vancement. of Science, and is known as
the fo~under of the Pan-African con-
gre'sses. This will be his second ap-

icaiitauic, %vct-,i 1111j}til'lea ji-oin liE?2'21 an v.

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Something New for Ann Arbor. This Trheatre Presents
First Cosmopolitan Opening SaturdayH
STAGE AND SCREENa

We also have f ans
Capons.

You know what Weery and Hatton

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JDouble A--Regular $155.00, Now $95.00
Oscillator-Regular $105.00, Now $75.00
Fast washing-Big capacity-No oiling.
The most amazing values ever off ered.I

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withstand travel wear-and
Stetson style to travel as
becomes a gentleman.
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Announcement
Extraordinary!

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This Theatre's Greatest Screen and Stage ]Program
]Ever Offered Ann Arbor Audiences
OPENING HERE SATURDAY, MARCH 3rd
Presentingw

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.verything you expect !
xerything you demand! from
the Apostle of Youth.
'hey said Doug could never bet-
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but they hadn't seen his latest ! /
"he Gaucho will get you!
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