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Give Portrait To
Prof. Trueblood
1916 Varsity :Debaters Donors of Pic-
ture; To Hang Portrait in
Oratory Ronis
In appreciation of his efforts in be-
half of Michigan's forensic achieve-
ments, members of this year's four
Varsity debating teams last night pre-
sented Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood with
a beautiful enlarged portrait made
fron one of his recent photographs.
Although presented to Professor
Trueblood, the picture will be given
a place of honor today upon the walls
of the oratory department in accord-
ance with plans made by the members
of the teams. Students in the depart-
ment of oratory will have the oppor-
tunity to view it at the various times
of examination.
Made in New York City, experts here
yesterday declared the portrait to be
one of the finest enlargements possible
in photographic art. The picture is
done in sepia and is framed in a rare
brown walnut, It is a three-quarter
length standing figure and .an excep-
tional likeness of the well known
Michigan professor of oratory. The fol-
lowing men, as members of this year's
debating teams, are the donors of the
picture: W. T. Adams, '17, W. M.
Brucker, '16L, G. C. Claassen, '16L, J.
R. Cotton, '16, Wm. Goodwin, '16L, R.
Munter, '17L, W. E. Olds, '16, N. E.
Pinney, '16, Paul V. Ramsdell, '16, K.
M. Stevens, '16, J. L. Stoddard, '17L, I.
S. Toplon, '17.
Engagement of Miss Evans Announced
The engagement of Miss Anna L.
Evans, '16, of Springfield, Ill., to Mr.
Clarence E. Green, ,16E, of Ypsilanti,
Mich., has just been announced.

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('OMMENCEMENT'WEEK
Suniiday, c|une 25
8 :00 P. M.-Baccalaureate
Address, Hill Auditorium, by
Rev. C. S. Patton, Columbus, O.
Monday, June 26
10:00 A. M.--Alumni Regis-
tration, Memorial Hall.
2:00 P. M.-Class Day Exer-
cises, Law School, Room C, Law
building.
9:00 P. M.-Senior Reception
and Ball, Armory.
Tuesday, June 27
10:00 A. M.-Class Day exer-
cises, Literary college, under
Tappan Oak.
10:00 A. M.-Class Day exer-
cises, Engineering college, sen-
ior benches in engineering
quadrangle.
7:30 P. M.-Annual Senior
Promenade on the campus.
8:00 P.M.-Senior Girl's Play,
"The Piper," on the campus.
8:30 P. M.-Michigan Union
vaudeville, Hill Auditorium.
Wednesday, June 28
ALUMNI DAY
12:30 -1:30 P. M.-Alumni
Luncheon, Barbour gymnasium.
2:00 P. M.-Exercises in
memory of Dr.- Angell, Hill Aud-
itorium.
3:15 P. M.-- Breaking of
ground and formal dedication
of new Michigan Union.
4:30 P. M.-Michigan vs. Al-
umni baseball game, Ferry field.
7 :00 P. M.-Band Concert on
the campus.
8:30' P. M. - Senate Recep-
tion, Alumni Memorial Hall.
Thursday, June 29
COMMENCEMENT DAY
8:15 A. M.-Bugle Call, cere-
mony of hoisting the flag.
8:30 A. M. - Commencement
procession forms.
10:00 A. M.-Commencement
exercises, Hill Auditorium, add-
ress by Albert Ross Hill, presi-
dent of the University of Missouri.

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theater, Detroit, Monday night, June
19, offering Oscar Wilde's brilliant
Comedy of society and humanity,
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"lady 'Windenmere's Fan." This play
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has been used by Margaret Anglin
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Miss Bonstelle's company this sea-
son includes many of the old favor-
ites, Corliss Giles, R'obert Adams, Wil-
liam Pringle, William Powell, Arthur
Allen, Lynn Pratt, Jane Houston, Eil-
een Wilson, and Beatrice Moreland.
The season reservation book has been
opened at the Garrick box office.
At the Arcade
The Arcade will begin, at 4:30 this
afternoon, its children's matinees to
be given every Saturday. The show
today will be Tennyson's "Enoch Ar-
den."

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your Alma Mater by having
year's Daily mailed to you.
Patronize Daily Advertizers.

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