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May 04, 1911 - Image 3

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THLE MICHIGAN DAILY

1.0. A.Splflltby PermISSIOII of th o ic 'g II Daily

N. 0. L ORATORS TO
SPEAK HERE FRIDAY
Past Records of Contestants
Foreshadow an Excellent
Contest
PROGRAM TO BEGIN AT EIGHT
The twentyirlst aninalcotest sif te
Northierns(Orator itltLageic sill he held
ini Uniiier'sity- 1-ailtonmssrrows'night. Thi
contest is hetd here hut iocceer eveni i
rears. aii is the greatest exiblitisn of
unidergraduiate rators scu rring' ammat-
lin lie (Unitedi States. Sesen of tte
agest coteges oif ttie A-tsuie West
cisiilrise te eage=Micheiga, 'Ain-
icota, Wisiconsinii, Nottwesten, Ili-
aoids, Ioaaansi (Oberlini.
'Die students spekinin this csontest
ire cousen in uivsicsty contests simila
to that telat Michigans .Acsrsiigl
the wsinsersiof ttese coitests represents
ttetest priduct isftte stdents t ais
coitege. Csiidieriig tte swhtoseeagiie,
ties,this ciiistcstsuiioirrows ight reps
reseits the creams of suiieit orators
iickeid frsosint siiectiais tsetsy-ite
thoiusansdlstuidieits.
Michiganswille resresestedi by joissi
Cisihieclil1, i till spe secsuipoi
"Politics aiiii the College Aslai" lie wsn
assmeiiiber (fthesebsatsiig teasswichijl
sian froiiiiCicagoin thue Cesstral Lege.
Debciae last siiiste.
Jay Lel-tss'Ciesinitt, Nssthesstei'sI
reprecsenttsiv, siill stek ipisi"The
Risddle f .Amer'iicn ibliert." ni uis
hieisuinsscondsi place is the irk sorstss-
sicl csontest, andssirhs.iin 9, adsirpre-
sestediNsrthelissten agaisst fiicagoitii
tue Cesstral League sdesaie.
AlfredlG. \Waltsos, Obesri's eirst-
tative, sttessdesi KliaazossCisllegs'
frssmsi1907 itiot19 istwsre he onstisihis
issllege sratoiecal cosntest ansi lass's
sshi'e in te State csstest. [ni gi ti
entieedOb(lin'liiassi sesios'n'isis-
tinigussiedi himSisef b inniingsisiigrst i
le Oiberlins csontest. iis sbljct is "I-
ternatioinaitl Psce."
FredslMek, asiorsiseat Wisossi
anda embe sr of Phiii Btilaiappa, hisi
hail considiserablel expei'eces' al iiora-i
tse is clsss iay prougas andlsouit
tie jositdtehs teens ue lierirysi-
cities f \\isconsini. Ile siltsekupii-
o Is n sdissrial iDisases."
Mscy'Casmsibsel, Iwas's etre seta
tveisas te issine r isfthe .Aristotelians
intier-sociei'ty issilaluter teinite-st
prelimsinasry' cosstests ii gi. "Te
Thinker iUnfraids, is his sbject.
J. ClisstossSearle, aseiosuiniithe lit-
laiss'cssussest IliinoisSsill seask uo
"Iists-egcicy.' Ile ss rprsente'dsliIsi
uivsitsy tice, once agaisst hMiniisessi-
t isnilonce :agist ODioisStste.
William sMarc Frae, Minesoas"
reprsestaiv'e, iillsek uon the "sKEt-
ci f IsdsialisiStrife."' PreisstIi
essterisig Minniiesota he slet isis)'ca's
aatCCarletons College sihere tiit ciii liei
Ftressnsmancosstest. In i1911 lewsntisieis
Pillshbry srsitoriesl csossest at in-i
sessit.
Johin Giskieet sill speak first isistse
peosgrai assd the stes will folwiti
the orler they arc named.
The cotest sill le presided iveee i
Ediis W. MKeesn, of Minlnesoa, the
ipesidest of "te Norternc rastsrica
Leasgne. tsill start promptily at1
o'cock tand the tdsors will he close

dMAGUE FRE D
HE 21 YEARS AGO
Was Established in Order, to
Elevate the Standard
of Oratory
NO1W HAS A LARGE INFLUENCE
l'1\ st 5til ' ) li 51'1t lti
I i11 f i
t~ i di + cyt i t515 irch
'-i
C 5 so i i

StARInsi

MIs;Kt

WAtSON

C 1isL-STN i'c 1CAMPtisiTli

Toi i/ic P'isidefstilof Ii' FOralslii : ii
Isis-helmad islorscisithe os li
lte speeies a~ l'ssssntc attended
decibate' ssndcusstests ugsvens isres'andiithe
minisifauslt thsat I havssto'isediiss tha t-
peopuile insist call ss-ssilig sill theI r1
iatecly.
sir tist'ise si-io ciiiss' 5 ciiandst
wouldisilihetse l it iisiii at'theus'N\ri'i
ess Ilratosruial i gus onstii' Iii
JUDGES COME FROM AFAR
Five Prominent Men in West to
Decide Winner
'hePus'jdsgis fur ts sconstis' veiis et°1
ss'lecti'dtcarefuly isstdiwill hibouht
frissi coisiiersable istancsic. l ingi. 1.
-hI. Bell, if iesh lesc.sss.vaciiiiii
the Isfarthest diiisistac. Thei- itises'ud
sic loss. IG. If. 5lclhnighlilofii It l-
sOh(iis 5Judsgse C. T.Johssissuui o
Toledos; 'ro. 11. S ~owro
iesin Reserve a lvind n
1l['ecsidei'nt Sits 1 iasof ipon Ci' C lls ''i
Rion ittsuitlnsics'iii sS ii
isisiili tothe cusstlst are t' i sillooi
T. 111itheiconsisI-ts Of tis i~t 1
isi'stiis lshllcointaiiis'soretiusi isis
2 The judsgses shasll be iv i11 11nii
lii's anssitlii'sshlli juge oilhogti
comsisstionisians ivusey.
S 3. NoK ots'itantliiishlli isis attiindus
alisistslitiioiiof lithe iranksofa lls-v
sir usissv'esity- iii re thun four rs sin'
all.
4. No psesonshilli heisll isisito
cueter smoiec ts-an miiie ictst of sis
leaigue.
tuion issher e thei'cuslist is -hld shall
silapperist, tliii'heispei'k'rsh rilo
sssg isirotatuin.
esuissisgtse spes'shuss. issist IMoiris' ilI
islpes the progrnamsiisithli i rani re
isueo lshotly heiors'te ime'iiss-osrth
speceis.
c 'Rickets sirs' selig atl i is es-i
napsiece n r e t insg hledysi stu-
senssupol the campusis, atl \'sslss's bliii
s' stoire, andsat the bolsoffsiiie il I~nvri
e htll today gassidIstossssrruss' istxv's'iii i
sissiess of a11:00 lto i2:00 si. mi., anii a:0,
4 toi 3 :00 P. Ill. andsin isis daisy s-s simig i111
d sediistely ibefosretse contest.

AFITERT1IECONTE Sf
Oratorical Association Will Give
It in Honor of
Visitors
TOASTS TO BiE VARIED BUT SHORT

WiIC' i' i'AHl'TI CiS

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ATTEND THE
University Northern Oratorical League FridayNight
Contest
H all, Colleges Contesting are flfchga', Mtinnesota, Wiscossin, Illinois, Oberlin, lowa'and Northwestern8 P. M
Admission 50C

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