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u remember how particular your mother used to b
clean when you were a youngster? That is juE
Jar we are about your butter, cheese, milk, an

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ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.
THE HOME OF PURE MILK

Telephone 423

Assistant Professor Ray K. Immel
of the Department of Public Speak-
ing, author of a new book, "The De-
livery of a Speech" which will be
ready for use by the department in
about a week, in an interview Sun-
day said, "I will certainly be at war
with the Universities of Illinois and
Wisconsin as soon as the book is on
the market. They are both diamet-
rically opposed to the "practical" in
elecution. They teach entirely by
theory while my method is a little
theory and a lot of practice. Too
much theory isn't good for beginners."
One of the chief points of interest
in the book is , the page on "Sugges-
tions for Memorizing." According to
the author these suggestions are re-'

sults of ten years of practical experi-
ment and observation in his public
speaking classes, combined with the
psychological theory of memory.
The eight memorized speches in the
course were selected in view of their
hold on student interest, relegating
speeches by Demosthenes; Aristotle,
and Woodrow Wilson to other depart-
ments. Humor as in "The Rise and
Fall of the Mustache," is one of the
keynotes to the choice of speeches.
Alternating with the speeches are sug-
gestions for extemporaneous talks.
This volume, though extremely in-
complete in its mimeograph form
used last year, has been found so
practical that calls have been made
for it for class instruction at Mom-
mouth college, Illinois, Grand Rapids
Junior college, Muskingum college,
Ohio, and for several Minnesota col-
leges. It will be used for all begih-
ning classes in public speaking at the
University.
Law text books, new and second
hand, at Wahr's, 316 State St.-Adv.

"The Affairs of Anatol," the multi-
starred DeMille feature which has
packed the Majestic beginning with
its first showing Sunday, has much
more to recommend it than the mere
galaxy of motion picture headliners
which the producer assembled in pro-
ducing it. Truly the introduction of
such screen celebrities as Wallie
Reid, Bebe Daniels, Gloria Swanson,
Theodore Roberts and others of eqlual
fame into a single photo-play is
recommendation enough but "The At-
fairs of Anatol" adds to this the
typical DeMille sumptuousness of
production, together with a type of
acting which the screen too seldom
sees.'
Wallie Reid's Anatol is convincing,
as are likewise Bebe Daniels' pre-
sentation of Satan Synne, and Gloria's
depiction of Anatol's loving but little
understanding wife. In short the
picture is one well worth seeing-

STATE DE

More than 160 Michigan school
will take part this year in the inter
high school debating contest hel
under the auspices of the Universit
Extension Bureau. Ray K. Immel, o
the Oratory department, will hav
charge of the contest.
The question to be debated is: "Re
solved, that the policy of the close
shop should 'receive the support o
public opinion." Each of the big
schools will debate with five othe
high schools within a period of thre
months. The sixteen contestant
will then meet to decide on the tw
best teams. The winners will com
to Ann Arbor for a final debate du,
ing the spring term. All of the De
troit high schools are preparing to
the contest as well as scores of small
ser schools.

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ANNOUNCEMENT
:higan - Ohio State Game-
October 22nd

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Ann Arbor Railroad in connection with the Hocking
Railway have arranged a low fare of $6.56 (includ-
tax) round trip from Columbus to Ann Arbor and
>r this game. Special train willleave Columbus in the
and return froni Ann Arbor immediately after the
*l
e your friends of this special service and low round trip rate
hey can make arrangements accordingly.
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lov. 8- Estelle Liebling
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arly 1(,000 at.......................$2.00 each
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