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TII7 MICIITC'AN DAILY

SATURPDA1', JANUA.RY 14, 192S

PflUMINAR SEIEYDIRECTS ,SALVAGE 'Wisconsin Engineer OFFICERS CHOSEN
_____N--Y 0 Visits Laboratories BYADELI ICUB
F Foet.S h o Russel Sanders on, '29, was chosen
at a mieetijig held recently. S.n-
DEBATE LEAGUE HELD' ;.;-lerseli replaces Robert Gessner,

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TEAMS -WILT. BE SELE CTEDI
POINT SYSTEM BASIS IN
ELIMINATIONS
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Over 260 Schools Throughout State
Have Contests To Deternflnie
Nistrict Chiampion s
High school debaters of Michigan
met in their third contest of the pre-
liminary series last night. More than
260 schools are included in the mem-
b$,rsrip of the Michigan High School
Debating league, which is sponsored
by the Extension department of the
University and is directed by Prof.
(Thul E. Dejnmore ofthe speecn~h de-

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the Forest Products Laboratory at
Madison, Wis., visitedl the School of
Forestry andI Conservation yesterday
to inspect the timber testing laibora-
tories here. He was taken on a tour
of the laboratories and also to the o1(d
h, spital heating p~lant which will be
converted into laboratories for the
forestry school soon.
1The old hos4pital plant is an admir-
able'location for timber testing labora-
tories, the 'visitor, said. He adlmired
the solid constrifction, the accessib~il-
ity to railroad tracks, the ample space
for all apparatus, and the facilities
for heavy machinery.
The Building and Grounds (lepart-
ment has already begun work in re-
constructing the building to fit the
needs of the foresters. They are now
patting in concrete and tearing out
the brick supports of the old heating
units preparatory to erecting the
timber testing machinery which will
'all be transferred from its present lo-
cation in the basement of the Natural
Science building.
Markwardt is actively engaged in

'29, who held tho post (lur-
ing the first semester. Milton Me-'
Creery, '29, was chosen clerk, and
replaces Earl Gremel, '29, who held
the position last semester. Robert
Lloyd, '28, was chosen treasurer for
the secondI semesteor.
Alpha Nu recently nominated its
iofficers for the second semester,
which it will elect at the next regu-
lar meeting. Both of the public'
speaking societies have laid plans for
more extensive programs during the
second semester.
timber testing op~erations at the Mad-
ison laboratories, where he has
charge of the mechanical engineering
sec tiou. Ike conducts experiments in
the 51 rengi h of wood, and subjects it
to various controlled tests to fix its
utility. -____________
IOREGON AGRICULTURE COL-1
LE.GS, Eugene, Ore.-The Honor
Council publishes the names of stu-
dent offenders as Dart of their punish-
ment.

TODAY
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STARTIN SUNDA

FA ST!
THIS IS IT
Trake a younig mtarried
('oliple---aiuuitiply by finanlcial
(Ii imei(it daniothter man i
rantd ivoiliaI-- sitraet ha i pj-
nei.As aId htle-sdiu totay
of Marie lPrevost's latest
coutedy, "Oil to hllio."

Coin. H. F. Stund ers
jCommander H. E. Saunders, above.
has been placed in charge of the sal-
vage operations at the scene of the

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partment.j late S-4 submarine
One more round of debates remainsI incetown, Mass. Fle
on the schedule of the preliminary tenant Commander I
contests. After the completion of the retired.
four debates in the preliminary con-
tests, 64 school teams will be selected
on the basis of a -point system to par-
ticipate in the elimination series to_
determine a state champion.
This point system works in the fol-
lowing manner. A school gets one
point for winning a debate, which-
means a two to one or unanimous de- J
cislon of three judges. 'Furthermore /
each vote of a judge counts one point
to the school that gets it. Therefore, t
if a team wins a contest by a unani-
mous decision, it gets four points. j
Heretofore it has been necessary for
a school to have 13 points in order to
participate in the elimination series.-
If there are not 64 teams which have
this required number, certain schools
are selected by lot from the next
highest group to make up the defici-
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Ann Arbor's Magnificent Institution

MATINEES
POLICY 10c, '30c, 40c
1:30-3 :30)

Now Playing -

NI{41l'11S
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Will Meet Here
The state championship debate will
be held in Hill auditorium Friday
night, April 17, this year. In the past
it has been held at a later date, usual-
ly the second week in May. The date
has been moved forward this year be-
cause of an invitation of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' association that the
championship contest be held before
a meeting of that association on April
17. Last year Ann Arbor high school
was declared champion by defeating
Albion by a unanimous decision.
CRITICIZES OHIO STUDENTS
OHIO WESLEYAN, Miami, 0., Jan.
13.-"Ohio Wesleyan students are too
busy :trying to run the university." j
Prof. T. G. Duval was summarizing'
general faculty opinion, when he made
this comment on a student request that
their representatives be permitted to
sit and participate in faculty and
trustee meetings. Student opinion is
also divided on the request, which had
for its purpose closer relationship be-
tween governing and governed bodies.
Undergraduate feeling, as well as fac-
ulty, is that the students lack the ma-
turity to be of any assistance to the
policy-makers.

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evening!.

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