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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

T"RIT)AV, JANUARY 1,11, 19,29

Y'AG1~ TWO *RTOA~, JANUARY 13, 192S

STET[ IIHSH01N COMMAND OF 'To Seek Acditional
11SOUTHERN FLEET 3Sekr On Extra
TO HOLD THIRD M E :c etre Pdrr
Tentativel deidig to schedule at
OF FORENSIC SERIES ,p~l~tw extra

this yeari1'eariy ii te second1 semester.
TPhe Csu bject for thle (contest w~ill1 be of
an educationalI nature, probably con-
cerning some of the neCw steps which
have rec'ently bleen taken in edlucation-
al fields. Routine business occup~ied
the renuaijd(1'of1 tle in cot lug.

VNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNTL , at.
LOS ANGELES--The maost recent ad-
dition to the collection of fossil, in
the biology department of the Uni-

HOU7SE DANCES 'CLUBS
JOE SOLOMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
A Real Dance Orchestra Open for Engagement
JOE SOLOMAN - PHONE 3418
PARIiES 4,32 Thtomipson BALLROOM

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is the skeleton of a bear.

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SIXTY l'(UR' TEAIS WILL1 I)BATE;
ON D~IRECT PRIMARY
TON IHT
SPONSORED BY UNIVERSITY
Enrollment Of 260 Schools Is Larget
In History Of The League
Throughout State
High schools of the state will en-
gage in the third regular debate of
the preliminary series tonight. One
more complete round of debates are
scheduled for members of the Mich-
igan-High School' Debating eague be-
fore 64 hgh school debate teams are
selected to partipate in the elimina-
tion series of contests to determine
the state champion.
-The enrollment in the debating
league, which is sponsored by the Ufni-{
versity Extension department and
managed by Prof. Gail E. Densmor
of the speech department, is the larg-
est in the history of the league, in-
luding among its members more than
260 high schools this year.
The question which is being con-
sidered this year is, Resolved: that the
direct primary should be abolished.'
According to a report issued by Pro-
fessor Densmore may more affirma-
tive decisions have been turned in
than negative. This would -indicate
that the opponents of the direct pri-
mary are stronger than its advocates,
and that it is not very popular.
The state championship debate is
scheduled to take place on Friday,
April 17, before the meeting of the
Michigan Schoolmasters' association.
Heretofore this contest has not been
held until the middle of May, but due
to the invitation of this association it
has moved forward a month. In the
state championship debate last May
Ann Arbor defeated Albion by a
unanimous decision.
AWARD PRIZE 'FOR DESIGN
In the architects' competition to de-
sign and build the new Shakespeare
Memorial Theater at Stratford-on-
Avon, award of the prize has beenj
made to Miss Elizabeth Scott, a 27--
year-old Englishwoman, the American
Shakespeare foundation has. an-
nounced.
Miss Scott won from a field of dis-
tinguishec American and English
architects, and has the honor of being
the first woman to handle so notable a
project. She has designed a moder
theater of dignified simplicity, to be
built on the b nk of the River Avon
in the midst of a formal &"de. Ap-
proach to the theater will be throughk
a large garden and a grove of trees.+
A terrace And promenade rests on the
banks of the Avon and is reached by
two flights of broad steps leading
down to the water.
The Kansas City Star is sosr
spno-ing a high school oratorical contest,
in which eight nations will, be re-
presented.
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regular series if the ((ied 1speakiers
cant be obt ained(M, the Oratorical Board
weM its iregular I'meeting yesterdlay
afternoon in Angell hall. It is pos-
Asble that if thle extra lectures are
;ehedu led th ey will be speakers of
m lit i cal prominence, since the con-
eeltSof the board was in favor of
Is tep). If the plans are made for
the extra numbers they will be given
free of char-e to the holders of sea-
ion tickets.
The financial statement to (late,
presented by the treasurer of the Ora-
torical association at the meeting.
showed that thus. far this year the as-
sociation has made a clear profit of
nearly $2,000. It was as a result of
this discovery that the decision was
madle to schedule the extra lecttures.
The report of the committee on
publihl speaking coi~bests' :was alto
heard at the meeting, and it was de-
cided to hold the annual all-campus
extemporaneous speaking contest for

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