zw rians rrogram
onally Known Speakers
nterest in often in pullic, than the necessity of
men and the American university man having
he Repub- a real understanding of the issues of
of Michi- the day."
whereby President Harding has assured the
gures will club of his hearty approval and inter-
.nn Arbor est in the endeavor to present nation-
peak upon al problems to the young men and
s from a young women of the University.
Former Postmaster-General Will T.
there is Hays in a letter to Congressman J. M.
college a C. Smith of Michigan asserted, "It is
political a fine idea to interest the young men
e club be- in college in national political issues
n in col- and the men at the University of
franchise Michigan should be encouraged."
national John T. Adams, chairman of the Re-
seriously publican National committee, believes
etlons. if the elan proves successful at Mi'ch-
it is the igan there will be a tendency toward
he under- emulation among the other colleges in
and wo- the country.
ALPHA NU TO HOLD BANQUET
SATURDAY NIGHT AT UNION
Iowa Professor is Prineipal Speaker
at Debating Club's Annual
d women in
f interest in
n interest in
egin to think
pose in view
club that tl
late the man
A banquet will be held by the
Alpha Nu Debating society at 6:00
o'clock Saturday night in the Union.
Prof. Bradley of the public speaking
department of the University of Iowa
will be the principal speaker. Prof.
Ray K. Immel, of the public speaking
department, will also speak. There
will be talks by members of the so-
ciety in eddition to the main speeches;
The committee in charge expect
more than 50 members to attend the
dinner. Alumni from different cities
and towns in the vicinity are expect-
ed to be present.
'VINCENT REFUSES PAY FOR
-IIARCl CONVOCATION SPEECH
Dr. George E. Vincent, president of
Rockefellow Foundation, of New York,
has declined to accept the $250 honor-
arium tendered him by the University
for his lecture here at the first Con-
vocation. Dr. Vincent has turned over
the money to Dean Lloyd to. be used
as a reserve for the fellowship fund.
Reeves to Teach at Institute
Prof. J. S. Reeves, of the political
science department, will conduct
classes at Williamstown Political In-
stitute this summer. Professor Reeves
will have charge of one of the round
tables in advanced political science.
Professor Reeves also taught at Wil-
liamstown last summer.
to his duties as a citi-
ter that he will in the
ad upon to perform
'vice for his country.
'ion L. Burton'has de-1
'egard, "It goes with-
I believe, thoroughly,
of the University hav-
erstanding of national
ems. In fact there are
.t which I speak more
N SUIMER SESSION
ad in poltical sciencel
amer session will be
ten !who lhave not in-
se courses during the
NEW ALUMNUS TO
BE MAILED TODAY
The aspect of the University as a
national factor is discussed in this
weeks issue of the Alumnus mailed
today. The article is entitled, "Michi-
gan as a National University."
"The Alumnus and the Alumni" is
the title of a group of letters written
to the Alumnus by Judge William
Spill, '96. The general and particular,
relations that connect the various
alumni through the medium of their
magazine is the subject of the article.
RUN 42 I'm a, -,E 0 m m i
It is the custom to
'set aside one day in
the year and dedicate
it to our mothers.
of the Universityk
ave charge of the
. government and
the University of
F. 0. Reed, of the University
fornia, will be in charge of mu-
government and principles ,of
Professor Reed has just re-
from abroad where he has been
g the municipal government of
Scities. lHe will return to the
sity of California. at thetclose
Parker is open again. Go and
s new cafe on the corner off
and Fourth Ave.-Adv.
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