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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HIG SCOOLDERTEHOOVER ANDV
HIGHSCHOL D[4T[ INDIANA'S I
SEIES tTOCOINTINUE
Frl(Liy W 11l Mark Fourth Elimination
1{ouud jIn(Contests For State
EIGHilT TEAMSSURVIVING
According to Prof. Gail E.' Densmore,N Y
manager of the Michigan h'igh school
debating league, the fourth round of.
debates in the elimination series to
determnine the State champion. is
scheduled for next Friday. This
round of contests will eliminate all
]lut four schools.
The° eight high school d~ebating
teams who survived the third round
in the elimination series and who will
participate in the next round are:
Grand Rapids, Ottawa Hills, Cheboy-
gan~, Pa~w Paw, Zeeland~~ Memphis,
North Adams, Royal Oak, and Oxford.
The semi-final debates will be held'f
on April 131 between the four schools f
vic orious in their conte'sts this Fri-
day.
Arrangements are almost' entirely
completed for the eleventh annual
State championship debate, accoirdiiL-,
to Professor Densmore, This contest
will be hield in Hill auditorium at
7:45 o'clock on April 2' . One of the:
new features of the championship de-.. .
bate will be the presence of the Var- '
pity band, which will play several
numbers before 'and after the contest,. thpaita.-,betecutono
have' some high school band' or Here are the pr incipal fl
chestra play. gates. Hoover, left above, is
Last year between 3,500 and 4,500 center above; James P. Go
people witnessed the championship Repu'blican national chairma
debate between Ann Arbor and Al- chief ally his junior colleag,
lion. A larger crowd is expected tils ,
y3ear, according to Professor Diens-
more, because the aunnual1 meeting of
t he Michigan Schoolmasters club will
convene here the week of April 27.
Furthermore the Michigan Interschiol-
astic Press association wil also meet ' AI
here during the same week.R AI
As in the 'past, plans are being
made to entertain the visiting ,high W ie'Sergi lee and
school students. There will be cam- 210 F. XWASINCUON
pus tours, and the second. Student-

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igures in the fight for Indiana's Republican del
ssupported by Harxry S. New, postmaster-genera
,oodrich, cunter belowv; and Will Hays, form
tan, right tibove. 'Watson, left below, ha's as, h
Me, Senator Arthur R. Robinson, right.
.Re1lmir All 1[nkesj . In('J31 ilg Electr'ic
PhON'VE 3494

Facuwlty conference will be neld i P
H ill auditorium the afternoon ;of the

GSATSON FIGHT FOR 1 Book On Banking B v
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In the 1928 spring announcement
of new book's published by the Mac-
MVilan company is included "The
Banking Process," a volume by Prof.
Robert G. Rodkey, associate professor
of. banking and investments in the
School of Business Administration.
In this book Professor Rodkey de
scribe's the way in which our presentf
day banking system in America fun-
t ions. He presents the manner in
which the loans of one bank becomes
deposits of other banks, and how and.
to what extent this process makes pos-
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Sing the famous historic
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BUSINESS SCHOOL-
SPONSORS SHOWS
Sp~onsored by the School of Busi-
ness Administration, two moving pic-
tures, "The Romance of Rayon," andj
'Cadillac," will be presented at 4
o'clock today in the Natural Science
auditorium. The movie comprises six
reels and Ps the fifth in as series given-
by the School of Business Adminis--
tration.
!ihle the mnultiplication of deposits in

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Oehate. Complimentary: copies ,of the.
Freshman handbook will be ,given out
to the. visitors. Through' the cour-
tesy of the Athletic assaociation, all
of the high school students will be
Admitted free to the Michigadn-Syra-
cuse baseball game Saturday after-
nmoon.
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preirnre you i4?r a good pos,1ion.
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