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SATURDAY, JMAY 1G, 1925

______TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE! THRI

fAULTY" AgTTEN*D
2STATEMEETINGS,
At Lansing
AIC ALPINE TO SPEAK
S4it members of the chemistry deC-
itartent will attend the spring meeting.
Qfthe Michigan College Chemists Y
Teachers' association which will be
li 'd today in Lansing under the au-
sphices of Michigan State college.
Prof. R. K. McAlpine will address the
muorning session of the convention.
University professors who plan Lo'
attend are: Prof. A. L. Ferguson, Prof.I
V. G. Smeaton, Prof. D. M. Liebty,
.'rof. R. K. McAlpine, B. A. Soule and;
;. i. ..Hodges. The subject of Profes-
{)Ir McAlpine's talk is to be "Chem-
Jstry at the Junior Colleges and at
the University."
1, The purpose of the teachers' organ-
Tzation is to bring together college,
chemistry teachers of Michigan so that
~they may discuss and suggest solu-
tions for each other's problems. It;
was organized last January at Ann Ar-
bor when the first meeting was held
HIere under the auspices 'of the Univer-
ity. The Lansing mneeting will be the
r{cond one that has been held.
SMore than 15 members of the physics
r epartment will also go to Lansing
t(iday where they will attend the meet-
jug of the State College Teachers of
Phlysics association. The association
holds several meetings during the year_
find the program is arranged by the
pembers residing in the town where
th~e meeting is held. President Butter-I
1eldl of Michigan State college will,
take the opening address. The meet-
~ig will continue but one day.

Negro Acclgim cd Hero As Steamboat Sinking Is Probed

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WOR CTESINU f SPEECH DEFECTS CORRECTED
By
LA fH O O RS DR1. URIDI RICK MARTIN"
Formierly Direct or of Speech Improvemienit
George Packard of the Chicago biar ~.~ 1Eiettoi e okC
an td a member of the firm of Briown.SP C A S M E C I I
'Packard, and Barnes yesterdIay after-
noon delivered1 the annual Law sehool Beginniing J.ulie 29th
address under the auspices of the Or- = Oportunlities for C'orreeton of Spec(ialI ArraniFmgents for
der of the Coif, national honorary lawj Stziineriig, lisping;, 1,0 of tnvrt tdit
fraternity. The subject of his address 1Voice, MIonotonous Pitch, etc.
was, "Some Prejudices and Iinpres-Frifrain rt
procedure s comared ith curt.....Fo.r.info........n,__write-
sions of an American Lawyer in Lon-MAr rIN .rrIrSTITTEFO SEE I l EtS
don." In his talk Mr. Packard dis- DIewitt park, Ithaca, fi. Y.
chussedl some asp~ects of English court z ___________________________
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St M,1EIR IDAILY TRYOUTS!'S
Th Summer Michigan Daily
offers students who expect to
r attend Summer School all of the
advantages and e xpierincc
j'which are found in The Mich-
igan Daily, and also the oppor-
tunity for faster advancement.
Both the editorial and business
Istaffs will add a few men and
wvomen during the next few
Ijweeks. Persons interested are
urged to see Thal or Mansfield,
on the editorial side, any after-
noon fromn 2 to 5 o'clock, or
Conlin, on the business side,
any afternoon. from 4 to 5:30
o'clock. These men may b~e
Ifound at The Daily offices in
j the Press building on Maynard
street.
HEAD) THE CLASSII)P ADS,

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WILL HOLS HIGH SCHOOL
DEBATE FIN ALS TUESDAY

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ercle Era ncais critic and authority on Ronsardl.
IThis lecture will tape the place of
Ht ~iIlear Critic the annual (lance given by the Cercle.
Paul Laumnonier will give au ad-! Lundoi,, May 15-Philip MW. Rosen-
ha Eck of Philadelphia. is on his way
ress before the Cercle T+rancais, honk,, with 400,000 pounds sterling
lay 28. Although his subject, has not W Nozli of1 rare hoofs( purchased in
een announced, it will deal with Ikon- ;)riv ite deals and at auction.
ara promninenlt French writer. Mr.;
,aumonier is considered a foremnost READ)THlE CLASSIFI)D ADS,
How did y'our /w

Detroit Northwestern and YpsilA.-
Shigh schools will debate for the
$tatc championships on the question,
'gIesolved that the Philippine Islands
be granted an immediate and uncon-
Sitional Independence," at 8 o'clock,
tuesday, May 19, in University hall
4uditorium. The schools qualified
t the finals as a result of victories
Over their respective opponents in
eb semi-final elimination, in which
tetroit Northwestern defeated Mus-
klgon Heights and Ypsilanti defeated
Croswell.
' He coming debate is the eighth j
annual State championship debate
held under the auspices of the Mich-
igan High School debating league of
which G. E. Densmore of the public
speaking 'dpartment is present 'state
ianager. More than 175 high schools
ctered teams in the preliminary de-
bates, engaginb in 60 contests.
There will be no admission charge
rknd the public is invited.
DECIDE -NOT TO ISSUE
NE W STUD ENT DIRECTORY
No further steps will be taken this
semester in connection with the
Atu(lent telephone directory, according
to information given out yesterday by
JJ. Kelly, manager of the local
branch of the Michigan Bell Tele-
phone company.
At the time when the new dial sys-
tem was put into use, telephone off i-
pials tooks up the advisability of
printing a new directory with Univer-
sty authorities, and decided that
such a step would be impractical, in
yiew of the fact that only a few
weeks of the term remained. This
decision was also supported by the
fact that by the end of" the first se-
mester of the university year, many
&f the numbers in the student dire-
tory are 'obsolete.
Mr. Kelley points" out that any
"kkudent's new number may be ascer-
tained by merely calling information
~nd giving, the old number.
FACUL[TY WILL HONOR
MAJOR IW.T_CARPENTER
MProf. A. H. White, head of the de-
p artment of chemical engineering inj
tNel engineering college will represent'
the faculty in bidding farewell to Maj.
Witlliam T~ Carpenter, professor of
i 7litary science and tactics, at a ban-
quet to be given in his honor Wed-,
nesday evening, May 2, by the So-
ciety of American Military Engineer-.
cii dinner will be given at the Un-
- Capt. W. C. Louisell, of the military,
science department will speak for
afor Carpenter's colleagues in that
4~ artment. The banquet, which will
~attended by University faculty
~mmbers, members of the Army andl
*vy club, and reserve officers marks
IWdeparture of Majorh Carpenter for
tjArmy War college at Washington,
;KC
.j~errflin, May 15.-Gen. Eric von
Ludndoffwill hold his seat in the

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