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THEOMICHIGAN DAILY

CHIGAN HAS PHENOMENAL
YE AR ON FORENSIC PLATFORM

EXTRA

SPECIA

ichigan's triumphs on the foren-
platform this year have even out-
ie her successes on the diamond,
ers, and the gridiron. Never be-
have the Maize and Blue orators
debaters achieved such records
iave been brought to their alma
er this year.
ny review of the past year in ora-
cal fields would of necessity start
i the exploits of the Blanchard
s, Paul B. and Percival V., both
or literary students, who have
'esented Michigan for the past two
's with exceptional success.
he greatest triumph of the year
the winning of the National Peace
:orical contest at Lake Mohonk by
I Blanshard. There were three
petitors in this contest, each se-
ed from a long series of prelim-
y contests, including, at the start,
e sixteen states and 100 colleges.
interstate contest at Goshen, In-
a, and the state contest at Ypsi-
I were both easily won, while the
ersity contest was decided in fa-
of Blanshard by a unanimous de-
n, the first ever rendered in this
est.
ie University of Michigan has now
the nationalPeace contest twice,
had men in the final contest three
s out of six times in which she has
peted.' The state of Michigan has
the'contest three times out of six

times in which it has been represent-
ed. This record of Michigan is un-
approached by any other institution or
commonwealth.
The other principal oratorical con-
test of the year, the University con-
test, was won by Percival Blanshard,
who won the national Peace contest
last year. He won this year's compe-
tition out of a field of 23 contestants,
and therefore represented Michigan in
the Northern Oratorical League con-
test at Oberlin, Ohio, in May. For the
first time a Blanshard failed to take
first place, the judges awarding the
Michigan man third, although the
coaches of the other men and the audi-
ence evidently looked for a different
verdict.
Louis L. David, '14L, won the uni-
versity preliminary for the Hamilton
Oratorical contest, which was re-es-
tablished at Chicago this year. He
represented Michigan there, taking
second place, in a field of six com-
petitors.
Both varsity debating teams won
their events this season in the Cen-
tral Debating League. The affirma-
tive team, which defeated Chicago
here in January, was made up of Ly-
man S. Hulburt, '14L, Bartel J. Jonk-
man, '14L, and Paul Blanshard, '14.
The negative team, which humbled
Northwestern at Evanston, was com-
posed of Sol S. Blumrosen, '13L, John

S. McElroy, '13L, and F. W. Moore, of
the graduate school.
The oratorical association, which ab-
sorbed the defunct S. L. A. this year,
presented a lecture course during
which such speakers as Governors
Hadley, Shafroth, and Ferris, Hon. E.
W. Mead, Marie Ware Laughton and
Katherine McCoy were brought to Ann
Arbor. As a part of the course, the
association gave Goldoni's "The Fan,"
as its annual thespian production; and
the Adelphi literary society won the
annual cup debate from the Jefferson-
ians.

WVe amre stil givi-ng a pair of
$6.00 or $7.00 Trousers
Albsolustely Free.

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Let us make your next suit and be convinced

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that we are giving you real values in
made clothes.

Custom

The record of Michigan in the vari-
is contests has been improved by
is year's. results. In the Northern
ratorical League, she has won nine
ut of 22 contests, six of them success-
ely. This is more than twice as
any as any other school has Won.

Our garments are of the higher grade at
$17.50to- $25.00

In debating, Michigan has won 30
out of 42 contests, an unparalleled
achievement. She has won four out
of five from Wisconsin; three out of
four from Pennsylvania; nine out of
13 from Northwestern; and 11 out of
16 from Chicago.
Back of this record, inconspicuous
but nevertheledss the vital 'factor in
Michigan' triumph, stands Prof. T. C.
Trueblood, of the oratory department,
the coach of the Wolverine debating
teams and orators.

209 E. Liberty St., H ome Tel. Bid
E. C. FLANDERS, Manaler., Former Mgr. Woolen Mills. No oonnection with any other store in Ann Arbor.

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AFTER

YOU

RADUATE

and begin to look for a place to start,
business or law offiice, you will at once

in some
discover

that a good working knowledge of Stenography
will place the very best positions within your
reach.
You have had thorough training in the

ry of Things

during your' college course. But when
begin work, the absolutely necessary thingi
get just as thorough training in
he Practical Side

you
is to

of the business or profession which you wish to
enter. That usually requires some' years at a
very low salary-unless you are able to take a
position as a

iate Secretary

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A Word About "Gymbloom" Si

III

J. W. KNAPP CO.

"GYMBLOOM" SUITS are made on honor. The
best materials, the most careful tailoring to individual
measurements make "Gymbloom" garments the best
gymnasium and kindred suits on the market. Before
the school year ends is the best time to send in your
fall order. We can then make most satisfactory
deliveries and there will be no confusion in organizing
the gymnasium classes or embarrassing waits for suits
to come. We will be pleased to submit sample suits
and make up the matter of any special, designs that
you wish made.

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"GYMBLOOM" SUITS have been constantly
improved until now we feel that in "Gymbloom" gym-
nasium, basket ball, swimming, and kindred suits
you will find the best that is possible to manufacture.
All suits are positively made to individual measure-
ments. Measurement blanks furnished upon request.
Several schools are having a distinctive material or
something distinctive in the way of trimming. We
are always pleased to cooperate with you in any-
thing of this kind.

Sole Manufacturers

Lansing, Michigan

School teachers and physical instructors are especially urged to investigate
these famous suits. We will be pleased to submit more information than is
possible here about "Cymbloom" suits upon receipt of your name and address.
"Cymbloom" suits have proven eminently satisfactory to hundreds of schools,
colleges, and universities that we have supplied in the past.

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with some one who is at the head of things in the
line which you desire to take up. In such a.
position, and there are plenty of such positions
for college trained men and women, you can
earn a

National Consumer's League Label
This label was given to the J. W. Knapp
Co. only after a thourough investigation of
the plant where "Gymbloom" suits are made.

CEAN AF 4NSUE AT-wER
DUS 6EA~ E5T16ATION

Sweat Shops
Garments made in swg.t shops are means of carrf-
ing disease to every one who wears garmrnts made
under those conditions. Qymblopm suits post no
more but are made uinder perfect sanitary conditions.

rge Salary

and at the same time be in the best possible
position to secure the needed practical training
in the most thorough-going way and in the
shortest possible time,-and be earning a good
salary all the time. We have seen this tried
hundreds of times and it never fails.
If you should investigate the matter as we
have done, you would be surprised at the number
of University graduates who find it necessary,
after leaving school, to learn shorthand before
they can secure just the sort of position they
especially desire.
Think this over, and then call at the

A Very Small List of the Schools, Colleges
and Universities we Have Supplied
University of Cincinnati............Cincinnati, Ohio
Ohio State University,............. Columbus, Ohio
Ontario College................Ontario, Oregon
State Normal College............-Normal, Illinois
Michigan Agricultural College.
Lansing, Michigan
State University . ...... .... . Burlington, Vermogt
Nebraska State Normal School....Peru; Nebraska
Oak Hall School for Girls....St. Paul, Minnesota
State Normal School....... .Edinboro, Pennsylvania
Hyde Park School for Girls..... Hyde Park, Mass.

What Others Say
Ohio State University
"We are very much pleased with the uniforms
which we received from you and I hope I can get our
suits from you for years to come."
Tr, Alice Littlejohn
Oak Hall School for Girls
St. Paul, Minn.
"The Gymblodbn Suits are very satisfactory and
unusually chic in appearance. I am most happy to
recommend them to any school desiring a neat dur-
able and practical suit."
Mrs. Lora White Kesler
State Normal School
Pittsburg, Kansas
"We have been very much pleased that we
adopted the Gymbloom suit as our regulati .n costume
two years ago. It is an attractive suit as well as
being the least expensive suit we have found on the
n arke. Another advantage is that it wears well."
Adeline B. Carter

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and 'enroll

for the course. Enrollments now
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Measurements

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