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November 01, 1985 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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Friday, November 1, 1985
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THE.' EitTROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tanya
Kaufman

Lena
Kheynson

AROUND TOWN

Courage

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between five and seven. Mem-
bership in the club includes
comprehensive instructive man-
uals offering guidelines on
choosing a speech topic, writing
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tion, follow-up help, and a sub-
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ducting business, and introduc-
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(master of ceremonies). The
toastmaster takes the podium,
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timer, grammarian, tabletopic
master and evaluators, and then
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ducts those speeches, and after a
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troduces the prepared speakers
for the evening. When all the
speakers have finished, the

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Bissinger notes, "We're self-
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concurs Bissinger.
Recent speech subjects in-
cluded everything from the
topical —the Detroit People
Mover — to light and humorous
— the decline of the Detroit Ti-
gers, the art of selling egg rolls
— and the deeply serious —
Florida's recent mercy killing
episode.
Impromptu speeches (called
tabletopics) last about two min-
utes and prepared speeches last

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