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March 20, 1923 - Image 8

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American Rel
Worker EmpUyV,
Georgian P-i-nces


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Florence Meyers
Five dollars a month is the munifl-
cent salary paid to eight blue-blooded
Georgian princep by Miss Florence
Myers, Hinsdale, Ill., relief worker in
the Near East. She's stationed at Ti-
flis, Caucasus.

"mo s For Rent or
By winning both debates Friday
night in the Mid-West debating league,
Michigan has now annexed 10 debates
against the University of Wisconsin
while the Badgers have been victorious
in two contests, and the Wolverines , us n s
have defeated the niversity ofHeIllinois
six times to the one victory of the lat- I STATE AND WILLIAM ST
ter. As the Michigan debaters won
both of their contests in the debate
Friday night they were acclaimed the
winners of the eighth annual Mid-West
league contest,_i{!111i dill4ll lfll illitl ili906 ll {I
Since 1893 when the first debate was
held in the West and this one between
the Universities of Wisconsin and
ichligan, 12 debates have been held
by these two schools, one of them
bringing a no-decision contest. This -
includes debates which were held be-
fore the Mid-West league was organ-
ized. Eight debates have been held=I
between Michigan and Illinois, one
of them also being a no-decision con-
The work of supervising and direct- -
ing the debating teams for the Mid-
West contest this year was done by
Prof. Ray K. Immel and Gail E. Dens-
more of the public speaking depart-
ment, since Prof. Thomas C. True-
blood, head of this department, has
given up the task of supervising the
debating teams and training of the or-
ators. Mr. Densmore was the super-
visor of the negative teamn on whicb
Gerrit Demmink, '23, debated. These
debating team several years ago.
Major John A. Brooks of the de-
partment of military science was con-
fined to his home yesterday on ac-
count of injuries sustained in an auto
collision Sunday. A light touring car
driven by Gustav A. Ritz, belonging u
to Wilson Bird, collided with the
Brooks car early Sunday evening, on
West Huron street.
The smaller car, it is reported, car-
omed off the major's heavy automo-
bile and tipped over, throwing the oc-
cupants into the street and shaking
them up badly but with no serious in-
jury. The shock caused a total lose
of memory to the Major. Mrs. Brooks
stated, however, that he would be well
enough to meet his classes this morn- ESTA TE STREFT
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$The Faculty Concert
The Faculty Concert .presented a
varied program of an interesting and
somewhat popular nature on Sunday
afternoon in Hill auditorium, when
the University Girls' Glee club, Nell
B. Stockwell, Anthony Whitmire, and
Dr. Robert McCandliss appeared. The
size of the audience was gratifying.
Of the four songs by the Glee club
the most pretentious and most com-
mendably done was Chaminade's "Ev
ening Prayer in Brittainy". Its char.
acter and mood were well interpreted,
making the performance pleasing. Ne-
vin's well-known "Wynken, Blynken
and Nod", was sung with assurance'
but lacked a little in color perhaps
As soloist in "Trees", Ruth Werkheis-
er exhibited a charming and well-
trained voice.
Miss Stockwell's performance of
Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata waf
unimpassioned and a bit repressed;
there was no great contrast between
the moods of the three" movements
Her playing of Moszkowski's Valse
Op. 34, No. 1, .was the best received
and into it she put herself most en-
tirely, thus adding to the-appeal.
Mr. Whitmire played a group of fouw
violin compositions, of which the bes'
was. the "Valse-Triste" of Sibelius-
Hermann. His playing in the .other
pieces rather failed to convey to the
audience any depth of interpretation
that he might have put into them.
Dr. Robert McCandliss was warmly
welcomed after his long absence from
Ann Arbor, and sang most delight
fully. His singing is dramatic, yet
easy and under perfect control, boti
in tone and expression; and it is ef-.
fective and compelling without effort
He sang three songs, all of which wer
equally well done, while his encore
"Allah", was perhaps even better.



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