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THE MICHIGAN DAITY

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High

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Debate

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Promotes

Effective

Speaking

Org nization Founded in 1917;
Placed Under University
Extension Division.
LIBRARY AIDS MEMBERS
Group Open to Any Four-Yearl
High School in State;
Subject Is Same.

DENSMORE
DEBATING

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ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS
Ii-u" 41 OLEG CONTEST
SHERIFF APPOINTS chester township, Lee Da vmsson,
Clarence Lindbert, Clarence Schai- Society to Compete in Loening
Cblu. Milan township, Charles Blanck, National Meet for Highest
Staff to include Under-SDherfj Harold Gauntlett. rlatt township, Fying Time.
Arln Sellick. Pleasant Lake, Eman-
and 34 Assistants. uel Soldt. Portage Lake, Birkett The Aeronautical society has an-
--- Newkirk. Saline township, Martin nounced its entry into the Leoning
Appointment of deputies in Wash- Fuoss, Melvin A. Alber, George V. national intercollegiate contest, in
tenaw county was announced yes- Cook. Whittaker township, Ormie competition with aeronautical so-
terday by Sheriff Jacob B. Andres. E. Vedder. Willis, Newell Mattison. cieties of principal colleges.
The staff will include the under- Webster township, Maurice O'Brien. Prizes will be awarded to the or-
sheriff, six paid deputies, and 28, Whitmore Lake, Albert Rorabacher, ganizations whose members haveI
fee deputies. Freeman Weber. Ypsilanti, Eichard collectively completed the largest
The appointments follow: R. Klavitter. Ypsilanti township, total of hours of power-ship flying.
Undersheriff, John L. Osborn; Cecil A. Graichen. The first award will consist of a
paid deputies, James I. Wanzeck, _ _cup and a cash prize of $1,000.
George R. Randel, David S. Gart- Foster Bill Will be Officers of the society state that
mnan, Lynn Squires, William A.
Dailey, and John Flynn. Pat on April Ballot a total of from 700 to 800 flying
Fee deputies-Ann Arbor town- hours will probably be reached by
ship- Alex Schlupe, Clarence Sny- Approval or rejection of the Fos- members before March 10, when
der John Shankland. Bridgewater, ter caital punishment bill will be (the contest closes.

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LEGISLATURE APPR
FOR HOSPITAL i
N e w Psychopathic Addition
Will Provide Facilities for
Teaching.
Construction on the tuberculosis
unit at the University hospital and
the new state psychopathic hospi-
tal will progress rapidly now that
sufficient funds have been appro-
priated by the state legislature, pre-
dicts an article in the current issue
of the Alumnus.
When the new projects are com-
pleted, they will increase teaching
facilities as well as assist in the
care and treatment of pulmonary
and mental diseases. The two extra
floors which are being added to the
center section of the hospital will
add 100 beds to the present hospital
capacity of 1,225.
Construction of the two addition-
al floors was made possible by a
$250,000 appropriation from the
legislature, $14,000 from the state,
and $14,000 furnished by the Uni-
versity.
Contractors expect to have the
psychopathic hospital addition com-
pleted by next winter. The legis-
lature appropriated $330,000 to erect

OPRIATES FUNDS
TUBERCULOSIS UNI V
this structure which will be two
stories high with a basement. It;
will adjoin the present building.
"The new addition to the state
psychopathic hospital makes possi-
ble an expansion in thework which
already has brought fame. to they
Ann Arbor unit both through the
leaders in psychiatry and mental
hygiene which it has frained and
in the services it has rendered to
the state and to the University,"
states the Alumnus.
Speaking of the importance of
the new additions relative to teach-
ing facilities of the medical school,
the writer says:
"Although state institutions, serv-
ing the people of the common-
wealth, both units are tremendous-
ly valuable for instruction and
training of medical workers. The
University hospital addition pro-
vides what is probably the most
adequate laboratory for the study
of pulmonary diseases to be found
in any school, and the psychopath-
ic building makes available ade-
quate equipment for the instruc-
tion of students of mental' and
nervous troubles."

The third elimination cebates of,
the Michigan High School Debatin g
league, held throu hou. the staM .
last night, marks one more step in
the fullfillment of the purpose of
the organization, namely to pro-
mote effective public speaking and
the use of good English and tor
stimulate the public discussion,
of state and national questions
through the medium of interna- Prof. George E. Densmore,
tional debates, according to Prof. Of the speech department and
George E. Densmore, of the speech manager of the Michigan High1
department, manager. School Debating league, the largest
The debating league was organ- organization of its kind in the Uni-
ized by the Board of Regents in ted States. The league held its
1917, to be under the general super- third eliminational d e b a t e last
vision of the extension division, night.
and in cooperation with the speech
department and the library exten-
sion division.
Membership to the league is open AN O CE
to tny four-year high school in the
state. All schools debate on the
same subject. This year the ques-
tion has been "Resolved: that na-
tional chain grocery stores, operat- -_
hig in the state of Michigan, are Two Five-Week Sessions Will be
(letrimental to the people of the Offered; Opening Set
Library Service- Cooperates. for June 23.
Through the library extension For the thirty-seventh year the
service, the member schools may Su
secure especially prepared briefsinummer Session of the Law school
and specific data bearing upon the will be conducted from June 23 to
question chosen for debate. In addi- Sept. 3, according to a special bul-
tion, a bibliography on the subject letin issued by Dean Edward H.
is furnished by the office of the Kraus. Class work will be divided
gue. into two periods of five weeks each.
The mzc d'of einmina"ion f The schedule is planned so as to

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Erwin L. Klager; Dexter, William given April 6 by Washtenaw county
A. Cushing, James A. Roberts. Dex- voters when the measure, signed
ter township: Wallace Walsh, An- last Wednesday by Governor Wilber
thony Gallagher. Dixboro, Junius M. Brucker, is submitted to the
Mayer. Chelsea township, Leigh electorate in a state-wide referen-
Palmer, William Atchison. Man- dum.

Under the general supervision of
the National Aeronautical Associa-
tion, the competition is under the
personal sponsorship of Grover
Leoning, a New York consulting
aeronautical engineer. ,

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"I'mn glad I saw the ELECTRQCHEF*

Io.s the general tournament style.l
There are four preliminary debates,'
each side taking the affirmative
twice and the negative twice. The
teams with the highest scores are
then entered in elimination de-
bates, The two winners of these
contests enter the final state cham-
pion debate which will be held on
May 1, in Hill auditorium, Profes-
sor Densmore announced.
Cup to be Awarded.
Each high school entered in the
elimination series of debates will be
presented with the University of
Michigan wall plaque trophy. These
are in the design of the University
shield.
The extension division will award
a trophy cup to each of the two
teams participating in the finals.

offer in successive summers most
of the prescribed courses of the
first two years of the work leading
to a degree.
All students regularly enrolled in
the session will be entitled to a
certificate of attendance. Students
who pass examinations may secure
certificates showing the work pass-
ed. Those who enroll as candidates
for degrees will be given credit to-
ward graduation in the subjects
passed.
The law course which regularly
requires three years may be com-
pleted by attending three Summer
Secsions and two regular years.
During the summer term instruc-
tion is given for the most part by
members of the regular law facul-
ty.

SCHOOL OF MUS" CONCE"TS
(No Admission Charge)
ORCHESTRA
DAVID MATTERN, Conductor
Sun., March 15, 4:15, Hill Auditorium
HANNS PICK
Violoncellist, and
ALICE MAN:DERBACH,
Accompanist
Sun., March 22, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theater
WASSIL ESE IRSKV
Violinist, and
MABELROSS EREAPD
Pianist, in Sonata Recital
Sun., March 29, 4:15, endelssohn Theater
JOSEPH B NSAN
Pianist
Sun., April 5, 4:15,a Mendelssohn Theater
THEL NEWELL
Violonist, and
LOUISE NELSON, Pianist in Sonata Recital

Y, but I'm glad I discovered ELECTROCHEF
electric cooking! I never realized that

an electric range could make

cooking

sO

H AS YOUR KiTCHiEN STO VE1
These EL cTRl2cHCEF FE.ATURES?

much cleaner and pleasanter and better

fasting.

There isn't a bit of smo or soot to

deposit on my kitchen walls and curtains,
and pots and pans stay bright and shiny

EXACT HEAT
CONTROL
An exact heat
control elimi-
nates guess-
work and makes
baking and
roasting easy

THE FASTEST
OVEN YOU
EVER USED
The Electrochef
oven comes up
to heat quickly.
Minimum pre-
heating is neces-
soary

SEALED-IN
FLAVOR
Electrochef elec-
tric cooking
seals in the
natural flavors
of meats and
vegetables

HEAT
AS CLEAN AS
SUNLIGHT
Electric heat is
as clean 'as sun-
light - without
smoke or soot
or flame

MODERN
DESIGN
Strikingly mod-
ern ir design,
Electrochef mod-
ernizes your
kitchen as well
as your cooking

for a long time.

It's such a modern stove

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Sun., April 26, 4:15, Mendelssohn

Theater

that ull my friends admire it. I wouldn't be

mcHOOL 01" S i to x C TRIO

Wassily Besekirsky
Violinist

Hanns Pick
Violincellist

without my

ELECTROCHEF!"

Joseph Brinkman
Pianist
01 A n . I.f"~ It I I I - .

*A study of one thousand families using the ELECTROCHEF electric
ranNe showed a cooking cost of less then one cent a meal a person.

CASH PRICE $105 INSTALLED, including
all necessary wiring. $10 down, $6 a month,
small carryingi charcge

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