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1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I Accused Of
U InIvest
~T -JOURISTS Of Vet
Michigan Writer Will Address Meeting
of Students' Press Club
Tuesday Night
:.

Graft
tigation
s' Bureau

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CUSIIING, '07, CONSENTS TO
MEET WITH ORGANIZATION

Ivan Swift, of Detroit and Harbor
Springs,,who holds the degree unique
with himself of "Seven P's" will ad
dress the Students' Press club at their
next .meeting }which is to be held at
8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the:
Green Tree Inn.
Mr., Swift is the cerator of many :
Lbits :of quaint philosophy,. the record-'
.er of.. unusual experiences, painter of I .
.scen.es in Michigan's northern coun-
try. In answering an invitation to;
: address a group of journalists, free
lancers, and writers of all sorts Mr. '
Swift says that his talk is apt to be *. .
too hetrodox, for he is "off the press," f :
and "much nearer a freight train
journal than the printed one." The ':
appearance before the Press club will
be Mr. Swift's first appearance in Annf
Arbor before any organization.
'Arrangments have been made to'
take care of 50. persons at the Green!
Tree Inn, and the officers tofthe Press:
club invite any members of the faculty : ;:r: f . , :
who caie to attend. Student admis-
sion ri sbuelimited to members of'
the Press lub;tt I
'AcommuIcation recently received ( t

9 i M TT RV TLibrary Stores~-
INDEPENDENTS TRY "OUT LbaySoe
a ' "E "' '"' V M any Rare Books
r FO 0TflTEI T01 Few undergraduate students are
aware of the exceptional possibilities
FIVE MINUTE TALKS WILL BE offered them by the collections in the
rare book room of the general libra-
GIVEN; "LEGALITY OF STRIKES," ry. Although the prevailing idea that
IS SUBJECT these volumes are primarily for the
use of graduate students and faculty
Central league debate try outs for members is correct, they are by no
means exclusively for this purpose.
independents will be held at 8 o'clock One of the most noteworthy collec-
this morning in room 302 of Mason tions is the McMillan Shakespeare,
hall. At this time all those who are comprising between seven and eight
not members of either of the campus thousand volumes, the nucleus of
which was p-esented by Senator
public speaking societies, Alpha Nu or James McMillan of Detroit. It was
Adelphi, will give five minute talks gathered under the supervision of the
on some phase of the question that late Prof. I. N. Demmon, formerly
is to bebused this year in the tri- head of the English department of the
agulr dbat Wih Nrthestrn ni-University for over forty years. This'
versity and the University of Chicago. accumulation in its entirety is the best
The question that will be debated working collection of Shakespeare in
this year when the three schools meet connection with any American univer-
on Jan. 18 will be: Resolved, that the sity.
Unied tats soul enct la First editions of Carlyle, Tennyson,'
United States should enact a law giv- complete collections of Bret Harte,
ing to strikes and their concomitant Henry James, Milton, and literary gift
a civities the sameegalityh Inustrial books and annuals, which were the
divesunderthef E (nsInutrialypredecessors of the modern maga-
disputes act of 1906 (constitutionality zine, are a few more of the attrac-
granted). tions in this room.
According to Prof. Lewis M. Eichof The space for the preservation of
the public speaking department, who the rare books owned by the Univers-
is in charge of the debating this year, ity is the south end of the fourth floor
the purpose of the try out is to size of the Library remodeled from the old
up the entrants as public speakers, stacks into nine fireproof compart-
Six of the men trying out will be ments with metal shelving. Entrance
chosen to compete with the 12 who to these compartments is not ordinar-
have been chosen by the public speak- ily permitted, but anyone with a legit-
ing societies. imate reason may have access to the
rtbooks.
VINAGRADOFF AWARDED
HONORARY 'DEGREE "
HONORARY............................................. .:....................................... .....:

from Mr. Charles Phelps Cushing, '07, (Continued from Page One)
of New York City, former editor of University of Wisconsin. Following
Colliers, announces his Willingness to-- this he will spend a few days in Ci-
address the Press club at some later Col. Charles R. Forbes cago after which he will go to New
meeting. Mr. Cushing has promised
to bring with him a manuscript which Investigation of the conduct of the Haven, Conn., where he is scheduled
he is now writing. Vteerans' Bureau under the regime of to give four lectures at Yale Uni-
Definite acceptance of a former staff Col. Charles R. Forbes by a senate versity and also to New' York City'
writer of the New York Times is also committee is bringing sensational for an equal number at Columbia uni-
expected by officers of the Press club charges. Elias H. Mortimer, of Phil- ;forsity. Before his return to Eng-
j within two days. Mr. Swift and this adelphia, who represented a group of land, Sir Paul also expects to visit
; colandtSiratPaul alsoexpectstitoedi
writer will constitute the principals contractors at the time, has testified McGill university at Montreal, Can-
of the program, and several student that Forbes was to get a big "split" of ada.
talks have been arranged in addition, profits on hospital contracts. Forbes .rev. Henry Tatlock, rector emeri-
denies the charges. tus of St. Andrew's Episcopal church,
CONTEST SUBJECT offered the invocation and benedictioi
DAY DELEGATE TO at yesterday's ceremonies. Prof. Earl
T B E C11O$ENV. Moore, director of the School of
EDUCATIONAL MEET Music, played the processional and
- For the purpose of choosing the!-- postlude and Tschaikowsky's "AnI
Ssubject that will be used for this se-, Prof. Edmund E. Day, head of the dante Cantabile" was performed by a
mester's . extemporaneous speaking econoiics department, will be a dele- string quartet composed of Mr. and
contest,. all those who are interested gate to the meeting of the Educational Mrs. S. P. Lockwood, Miss Marian'
in public speaking will meet at 5 conference to be held Nov. 2 and '3 at Struble and Miss Ora Larthard.
o'clock Tuesday afternoon in room 302 Madison, Wisconsin. This meeting is
of Mason hail. being held under the auspices of the Alumni to Gather a: Seattle
All those men and women on the Institute of Research in land econom- One of the big alumni gatherings1
. campus -wfro have. not been on Var- ics and public utilities. of the next month will be at Seattle,
sity debating teams and are inter-' On November 30 Professor Day will the latter part of November, when it
ested in entering an extempoi-aneous speak before the Chamber of 0,6oin- is expected that more than one hund-
contest, Tare eligible to compete. The rnerce of Kalamazoo' on the "Appli- red alumni from the western part of
; final coiter t 'ill- be held sometime j cation of the Business Cycle." '-the State of Washington will meet
in D'G ,ber after syeral elimina- with the Seattle club,, T. Hawley Tap-
tion contests have been held. Patronize 'The Daily Advertisers. ping, field secretary of the Alumni
- association announced yesterday.
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