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PAP M TWO

THE: Il MCf-IGAN DAILY

FTITDAY, :ARCH 9, 1929'-

FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 192~

ELIMINATED IN ROUNDI
State Chai piouislui p De atf Will 1 1 1Be
ileldi On Friday, April 27, InI
11111 Aiiditorlumu
ENTERTAINMENT PLANNED!
As a result of the first and se-
cond rounds of the elimination series
of debates, there are now only 16
high school debating team's left in

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JOURNAL HONORS IForestryT Men 'Take
THREE IN SCHOOLI
Theeauhos ivil Service'Tests
Threeauthrs0: educational works,' Siff si ude n ts of the School oftI{ or-
from the faculty of the niversity ent ry and (Conse rvation v-esnerdlav
School of Education, were recently (comle~ted( civil service ('xmimi11 ti1011
honored by having their hooks, writ- for kE ther r o uior forest er. I Inv-
ten during 1927, chosen on the special ing Gpassed these examina tions. the
list of the GO0 best hooks upon01 educa-I men will he carolled inl the federal
t(ion which were published during ifore~st serieQ.
1927, whichI was publishedl by t he It is necessary for~ a forester to
Journal of the National Ed ucation al hav~e (complletedl successfully his civil
association. service' exalminat ions, accordinig to ai
Prof. A. B. Moehlman's boo0k, "Pil)ih ulin- of the fedieral service. The
lie School Finance," was the first ot men who pass w~ i le iregistered as
the Michigan faculty works, to be _juior m foresters, ranking higher than
given mention. The hook discusses the faest ranigers. Four years have been
general principles underlying- the 01- I'speni. in pr eparat ion. hy those who

T OLS TO Y LEAGUE
WILL PLAN EVENT
Plai for~I I th(hol1ingo , a. Tol
sioy C'entennia~l celebrationl in Ann,
Ai 111)5will he (discussedl at 4:15 o'-
cloc-k mx v i) romm 104 Economics
bulIding, it 11 an nouncfled1yester-
a y. .A mniii her 0oflplrolessor s and in -
structors of0!tle tIniveri'sn vhave al-
ready. ind(icaIted .thir 'intention 01 at-
1 caliing this meetin~g, it is stated. Any1
othe w $ 'ho inm v he inaterested are}
also Inivited 10o attcfldr.
At thle meeting, ~' it is plannied to
1) 1OS(eII elilbinyi len su es for thle
holding,; of some sort of a celebra -
tion in appr1ee ill 1101of thle work ofl
ii io Pussian writer, Tolstoy. whose
H;i thdaiy was Sept. V), 1828.

RIBBONS AND
SUTPPL1IES
for all makes of
TYPEWRITERS
Rapid turnover, fresh stock insuresj
best iunality at a moderate p~rice.
0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade. Phione 6615.}
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Aniother Specai
NOW
"A HIGH SCHOOL
HERO"
Noie (There ar li ein isomeit
Hlighli 4,01)
This 'Ad" with 10c
Also )Lich. LocalIs and :1AX
D) iIDSON PHU7NY
SOON
BEN HUR
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the running for the state champion-I ganization and adninistration of tne
finance activity inthpulcsol
shi: Te scon rond f cntetssystem, with comment upon the prac,-
which was held on March 2, elimin- tical technique.
ated 16 o£ the 32 schools which had "The Problem of Vocational Gumid-
emerged victorious from the first de- ante" by Prof. Cr. E. Myers was the
bate in the elimination series which second of those considered. The
comment upon this b)00k regarded it
took place on Feb. 17.,,as one of the hest treatises upon the
Ina -bulletin sent out from the of- problem, ever written.
fice of the Extension department of Prof. Calvin Olin Davis' recent b)00k,1
theUnierstywhee te hadqar_"Our Y olving High School Curricu-
the nivrsiy, her th hedqur-lum" was thirdl to be put upon the
tens of the Michigan high school de - ist rfso ai'bo sape
bating league are located the final saentation of current curriculum is-t
plans for the state championship de- sues and of the methods in use inl
hatewereannonced dealing with them.
Tewereventnnual tat chan-j
Th l v nh a n a tt h i-pionship debate will be held in H-ill
auditorium on Friday night, AprilCO E T
27, at 8 o'clock. This debate will
be, open to the public, and, as in the E T T
past, no admission wvill be charged. SW!dJ UlVJ
Last year more than 2,500 high
school students, the representatives 2 12 ,South Main
of 80 high schools throughout theI
state, attended the state cham~pion- f
ship debate here. According to Prof.foI
Gail E. Densmore, manager of the
debating league, this year it is ex- Deiou H t
pected that even a larger number of
high school delegates will come to e To s d
Ann Arbor for the championship;
contest. Plans are now being made!Sa d ihs
to make the trip to Ann Arbor asI
profitable as possible for these vis- So a an C nd
iting students.S da an C nd
During the afternoon of the debate,
cam'pus tours will be conducted _-
throughout the buildings and -- ------
grounds of the University. Student- I,1111'il
faculty conferences will be arrang -VOGELa,
ed for the benefit of those who wish BROS. III~
to secure information concerning the MARKET.A
University. Through the courtesy of "'l
the Michigan Athletic association, :u ilPlione {6656 139-S. lMain St.
each high school delegate will be 11'u ui
given a . free ticket to the Syracuse- l 1;
Michigan baseball game during the 1111vin
afternoon of the debate. According ROASTIN
to Professor Densmore, other plans 111 ~~
are being considered and will be an- CHICKvan np
nounced in a later bulletin.CH K
The 16 schools which have survived1,1 ns m
thus far and will participate in the !I!! A ND FOWL .l
next round of debates are : Manis-I
tiu, Cheboygan, Ludington, Ottawa Wea' have..
Hills, Ithaca, Zeeland, Paw Paw, AT- l Ofac
legan, Bellevue,. North Adams, Mem- NI
phis, Trenton, Royal Oak, River 1.,111n0°
Rouge, Birmingham, and Oxford. ,a------ - - - - -I
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took the exams es Eterdayll . Q11 ('lter-
ing- the national forest service the
menl will (engag e in ifflerenit activities,
sach as admlinistraivir esealrch, and
logging worn.

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