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MY, OCTOBER 31, 1929

SP!h D F[SBPoGerg E. Carrothers Nominates Men Is.
PH~~tisol ho WlEainecn aHigh .Schools
Hih cholispctrs howil';fessor Carrothers, who is state in-
speHcghrschoolginspectorsowhohwill
A U 1'JU L~ U AlE !,examine the secondary schools of }pco fhg col o h
the stt ihrfrne ttheir University, follows. Prof. Wilbert.
n r n 1uhiain L. Carr, Harry N. Cole, Prof. 'Albert
1rnvrst' ls forclu dontheR. Crittenden, Prof. Francis D. Cur-I
been nom nate by tis, Prof. Calvin 0. Davis, Prof. Gail'G
Two Hudred Sxty H IghJ Prof. George E. Carrothers of the E. Densmore, Prof Alfred L. Fergu- tr(
ScolsErllAcrdc hool of Education, and their ;si, Shirley E. Field, Prof. Herbcrt to
tcoolPErolDe coing names sent to President Alexander A. Kenyon, Prof. John H. Muys-. wi
to____ . Ruthen forhis aproval. kens, Prof. Orlando W. Stephenson, ;th
160 WILL TAKE PART Names of the men chosen by Pro- { Clyde E. Wilson.J
Preliminary, Debates to Start H a!I
in December and Will!
April 25. ls
Prof. Gail t. Densmore of thae
speech department and manager of Se
the Michigan (High ,School Debat-
ing League, anone etra TODAY AND FRIDAY _______
that the schedule for this year's! The Living Screen Presents
debate had been conxpleted. The :____________________________
first debates will take place on No- Thol' aoie Y un oeso
Professor Densmore stated that A ebie's Irish Rose Fame!
the enrollment in this year's''°
League conzsisted of 260 highE
schools, the largest enrollment ''i
since the inception of the, League.:".
It is estimated that 1600 debaters 'f-r r
will take part ini the contests held
before the two finalists " meet in
Hill Auditorium on April 25 to dle---..
term ine the state championship.j
The preliminary debates will be ~
-continued on December 6, January!(
10, and January 24, when the 64! e m h c a eth i h s e -0
centage Qf victories will enter the3
eliination series which begin ADDll
Feb. 14, to decide the two final- ALL-TALKING COMEDY The samec sparkling pair that niade
ists who. will vie for the champion- "COLD SHIVERS"liiCoeHmnyinathradi-
ship on April 25 in Ann Arbor. PRNES O ESTINY"g er Jazz review love story
Aft~er five debates, the last of which PARAR OUNT NEWS li
Will take place April 11, only two COMING SATURDAY ________
teams will remain undefeated. , Direction of Lionel Barrynore
The subject of the debate is: Re-I MADAME X RU1.1TH CHAT TER TON
solved that a judge or board of
judges be substituted for the jury I - -- __.-________
in all state and municipal trials inMihg n T eaw rs il co it
of trophy cups for the. winners,
runnersup and semifinalists, bronze
schools that enter the elimination
series, and, gold watches for thewalpauItohe oral61th e j
ierbi oftetotaswie participate in the championship
debate. The plaques and watches ,
are being given by the Detroit Free I...
Press. .;-.

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