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November 28, 1923 - Image 2

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Wil Speak Before Alumni Groups,'
Explaining Plans for Re-
Hawley Tapping, '16L, field secre-
tar'y of the Alumni association will
leave tomorrow night for a two weeks'
trip through the East, where he willy
speak before several alumni groups,
explaining his work as field secretary,
and the plans for reorganization of!
the Alumni association.
He will remain in New York, his
first stop, over the week-end and
while there will meet with promin-
ent alumni of that city to discuss prob-
lems of tle association. Among those!
with whom he will have conferencesf
will he Stanley D. McGraw, ex-'92,1
director of district number one of the
Alumni association.
Some time during his stay, there
will be a luncheon meeting of the
board of governors of the New York
.rdub at which he will speak and out-'
line his policy.
Philadelphia will 15e visited Mon-
day where he will talk at a meeting
of the University ofMichigan club of
that city. On Tuesday and Wednes-
day Mr. Tapping will be in Schenec-'
tady, Albany, and Troy, N. Y., con-
ferring with prominent alumni and
he will speak Wednesday night in
Schenectady before a com ined meet-

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W himsies Course readings from his own poems. The their tickets early, a block of reserved
Whimsies staff experienced much dif- seats will soon be placed on sale in
To Begin Dec. 10 ficulty in arranging the lecture by Mr. the book stores. Tickets will also be
Lindsay, because of the numerous de- sold at the box office.
mands made upen his time._____
Whimsies will present Vachel Lind- .
say, the distinguished American poe There will be no course tickets this Buuos Aires, Nov. 27.-The Pan-
say, t diuyear, due to the fact that the speakers American Red Cross conference is ii
as the first number of its annual lec- and dates for the courses have not session.
ture course Monday, Dec. 10, in Hill been definitely determined. All tickets i
auditorium. As in previous years, the n de.-eydtrie . k t
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University Faculty Members' to At.
tend Detroit Gathering This
University faculty members will at-
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series will present several writers of
national repute. Harriet Monroe, Ste-
phen Vincent l3enet, and one or two
others will appear sometime after the
Christmas vacation. Definite dates
will be announced later.
The subject of Lindsay's lecture has
not been announced, as yet, but it will
no doubt consist, in part at least, of

I tena te t irteentn annual meeting of j
the National Council of Teachers of'
English to be held Thursday to Sat-
urday of this week at the Statler in
Detroit. G. Starr Lasher of the rhe-
tor c department, and presigent of
the Michigan Council of Teachers of
English, will speak at the conferenceI
of work of local associations Thurs-
day night.
Prof. Charles S. Berry of the School
of Education, is to discuss "Use and
Abuses of Intelligence Tests" Friday
afternoon at the high school section.
At the same time Prof. C. C. Fries of
the English department, will lead a
round-table discussion of current
I problems in the preparation for col-
lege English and the teaching of first
and second year college English-
Among other speakers at the meet-j
ngs will be Professors J. W. Searson
University of Nebraska; Thomas C.
Blaisdell, Pennsylvania State Normal;
Glenn M. Merry, H. Y. Moffett, Har-
din Craig, University of Iowa;f
Charles S. Pendleton, Peabody col-1
lege; Earl Hudelson, University ofI
Wisconsin; Sterling A. Leonard, Uni-
versify of Wisconsin; Walter Barnes,l
EPairmant Normal; Howard R. Driggs.
New York university; Guy T. Buswell,
University of Chicago; A. 1M.Drum-
mond, Cornell university; James F.
aHosic, Teachers college, Columbia
university; and a number of leading
high school teachers from various
parts of the United States.
; Two poets, Carl Sandburg of Chica-
go and Edgar Guest of Detroit, will
speak, the former discussing "Roman-
ticism and Realism in Modern Poet-
, ry.
e Six Injured in Fall Games.
t Six freshmen were injured in the
fall games Saturday. Dr. C. Reynolds,
t of the health service, attended the
games and revived three first-year
men who were knocked unconscious.
- After the games three freshmen re-
ported to the health service to obtain
3 treatment for minor injuries.
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raduat rom theWho, as a show "girl", in the Union opera, "Cotton Stockings", is ex-
pected to make the hit he did in last year's show. New costumes have been
The field secretary will be present created especially for him. "Cotton Stockings" opens at the Whitney next
Thursday at the reorganization of the Monday.
Utica, N. Y., alumni group, going to
Syracuse the next day to speak to T nThree contests of this type are to be
the University graduates there. Sat- M C jflNjTfOJIC19T E conducted throughout the country ac
urday he will be in Rochester and cording to the plans of Mrs. Malone;
Monday at Elmira where he will talk
to a newly-formed club. IN DELINEATOR CNTEST one in the East to be judgedbyh
department of journalism at the Co-
On Tuesqay, Dec. 11, Mr. Tapping Ilumbia university, one in the Middl
will aid in the organization of an
Acting as judges of the $3,000 prize West to be conducted by the Univer
\alumnni club at Jamestown, N. Y. The =.iyo i~ia adteoei h
work there is in the hands of John contest proposed by Mrs. Marie Ma- sity Of Michgan and the one in th
S. Leonard, '16L, former business lone, editor of the Delineator, the West by the journalism departmen
manager of The Daily. An organ- journalism department will decide on Every newspaper in each distric
ization meeting will also be held in the most constructive interpretation is to enter one story. Women's clubs
Erie, Pa., Thursday at which he will of ,women's work published in any will participate by selecting what they
be present. ,jnewspaper in the Middle West, it was hold to be the best account of wo
After speaking to the University of announced Monday. Prof. John L. men's activities. It is the plan to
ichigan club at Ashtabula, 0.T Mr. Brumm of the journalism department divide the prize equally between th
Tapping is expected to return to Ann and Dean John R. Effinger of the lit- city editor and the reporter.
Arbor, Dec. 14. eiary colic ehave expressed the-rn.

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and costumes in Lord Dunsany's plays
was remarkably pleasing, effective
and unobtrusive; the Inn scene was
vivid, as was the portrayal of char-
acter by the three actors in the play;
and the hall in the city, with its wind-
dow outlook to night sky and rug-
ged mountain, and its rock niche and
altar within, was a marvel of scenic
beauty and light.
Both of Lord Dunsany's' plays were
gripping; and their effect was enhanc-
ed by excellent dramatic acting, par-
ticularly in the part of George Som-
nes, who played the parts of the
Stranger and the Beggar Agmar res-
pectively. To express the beauty and
compelling power of these plays is
impossible, apart from the perform-
ance itself.
May the Portmanteau, the "carry-
ing theater" people, carry their art
here again. R.A.H.
London, Nov. 27.-t a meeting of
six-meter yachtsmen it was decidel
to compete for the British-American
Cup in 1924, if a team can be organiz-
ed; if not, to compete every alternate,
year. Two boats have been offered;
four are wanted.




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