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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7,1956

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(Pre-School Children).
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for Advanced and Phone NO 8-8066 orv
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Debate Topics Announced
The Universitly speech depart-
ment's debate team, headed by ports and foreign aid, or more spe-
debate coach Moyne L. Cubbage,cfically,
Grad., will hold its first meeting of The debate team last year
the semester at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday reached a total audience of more
in Rm. 4203 Angell Hall. than 10,000 people. The 50-mem-
The upcoming debates will deal ber group appeared in about 25
with the pros and cons of some discussions before high school as-
of the red-hot political issues of semblys, Rotary clubs and Kiwanis
the current presidential campaign. sls a ry sand
Among these are farm price sup- clubs all over the state.
In addition, they competed in 25
intercollegiate debates, which in-
D ia NO 2=3136 cluded visits to the University of
Illinois, the University of Chicago,
the University of Minnesota, and
Western Michigan College.
The debate program is under the
auspices of the University speech
department, and is under the di-
rection of Prof. N. E. Miller, Direc-
tor of Forensics, but all students,
regardless of college or field of
concentration, are welcome to par-
ticipate in the team's oratorical
activities.
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FOR SALE
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