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WEDNI~SDAY, MAY 27, 192i

ThIL MICHIGAN

DAILY

ORATORS PUBLISH
HELPFUL BOOKLET'
Eu (lea vor 1() Intere4 II igh School
~4tiidents~ in ~r&ttorIca.1
As~oeIa11oii
TRUE!~L9OD PRAIffD
In an niteresting l)amPhlet pub-
lished recently, the Oratorical asso-
elation endeixvors to give a helpful
description of the field of public
speaking at the University of Michi-
gan. It is primarily addressed to
high school students who are l)repar-
lug for college, but it contains many
things of interest to students who are
In any way anxious for the opportun-
ities to be gained from practice and
development of the art of speaking in
pufilic.
A thorough picturization of all ~
opportunities of each of the societies I
described, gives a clear idea of ad-
vantages existing in the field of pub-
lic speaking.
The organizatiQn and purpose of
the Oratorical asijociation Is given,
and one of its most important duties,
that of preparing each ycar, a group,
of ten or more speakers of national~
and international reputation to ap-
pear before the University community
through this annual lecture course.
A resume of the past year's Varsity
debating team program has its place
in the booklet, and the intercollegiate
debating~ leagues ~re described fully. I
The manner of tryouts for the inter-
collegiate debating class is empha-
sized. One interesting observation of
the pamphlet is that the proposed trip
to Oxford by a representative debat-
ing team of the University, to return
the visit paid by the Oxford debaters,
may soon take place.
In addition, the various honorary
forensic and literary fraternities and
societies are mentioned at length.
The purposes of Alpha Nu, and Adel-
phi, tl~e two campus literary societies
for Michigan men, are set (lown, and1
Athena and Portia, the Women's or-
ganizations are also fully described.
To all of these an invitation is ex-
tended for any who may be Interested
enough to attend the meetings ~
these societies hold weekly.
The public speaking faculty under
the supervision of Prof. Thomas C.
Trueblood, is highly commended for
Its rank which takes its place among
the best of other universities. Pro-
fessor Trueblood was the pioneer who
established this department in 1884,
and it is largely through his efforts
that it has advanced in size and ac-
tivity so well.

MacMillan S ip cady For Polar Trip
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rEliC LMacl\lil lan-National C eogr a plijeal Aret ic ex pod it ion, wh i(ll will e xnlure w ha I in a y lie a hidden con-
tinent in the polar regions, is vi rtu a I ly rca dy to go ijit 0 I he 11011 H, now I ha I I lie plane carrier Pear~', on which
the trip will be made, has been hun died. 'It will sail from Boyd oii, june 1?, 1\Ii :-;. Marie Peary Stafford of
Washington, D. C., daughter of the ~l iscoverer of the Pole, iii Seen kiliflCil jug thE' vessel, shown above. Donald
MacMillan, leader of the expedition, i s at left (X).

New York, May 26,-The Metropob-
~an Museum of Art has received the
~2,5OOOOO art collection of the late
?'ollis P. Huntington, railroad builder
md art collector.

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The
Til~ia3. s (1IICSti(111 Do you think
that the camnus is over-orhanizeil ?
Where aslwd The lijijon.
Tue atJiSwCrM
L. 1'. Danby, '27.- ~'I do not believe
it is. Only by organization can so
large a body, as the stu tents of I
University, come to know each other
and learn of the great benefits tie-
rived from co-ol)eratiou."
C. C. Currie, '27 E.-'I do not. It is
highly beneficial that organizat iOfls ho
on the camlius. They afford ('Xd(dl
ent opportunities for ~tiidoiiI s to got.
around and liecome acquainted with
the University,"
C. W. Meier, '27.----"No, the campul
* not oVer--Or~,afl izeil. A n niverail y
is
of this size needs a great number 01
bodies fOr it5 SI U(Iefl ts. 1 (10 t hin i~

that more co-operation bet ween. cain- Jid~c 1'o i-I ddress
p115 orga ~jZat ions won 1(1 I)e be~ Icr.
M. I 'uhien ~ A' 'ie~; rt~he ( aiiipua .IFJt?,l1,Jbfitl/ Nan quet
I cems with O('g~iili%~tt ions I hat ace
[ornitil Oh Iii eslititlt'-t lr~Ie\t and
Wi I li no ai)p:ire n a jul in viev At the annual spring banquet. o~
M £4 Rot hIl)('i'gcr, ~ - "'~Co I the Ann \vhor chapter of Do Molay to

PcI iCVO that. orga ii iza lion a ml syst cut be held at B o'clock tonight in t 1w
are essential for the welfare of I lie ha iIquei hall of the new Masonic
jndivi(lnal, on every c aminia, eape('- Temple, .1 udge Wirt Ncwkirk will b~
silly one as Ia rge as Ours. . - ml speaker.
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London, Ma v 2b. -~ Lid ~ I )1'lllhhfllOfl'l The retir~ug master t'ouncilor, How-
II ay, (o1'reSuelulclit a I Tan gier for P . 2 i'd I tiiss, Will i)t'e5id~ as toast master
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hi ii v V ~:nrcsa. ma hci'; grave cii a ges \V i liiaiii I ~cnd er a iid Charles Kings.
against IIIC Sisi iuia ida ii a dispa I ~.' Ii, I ~V, (ii Iii e Ann A rhior high SChOOl
p aiielv, ~ jolal Ii ill ol all con Vent jona Will ye present. the active menll)ers
a ad I rest ica a ffce I in g lie Tangier IM a ruaiud IL Small, '27k, will repre
lieu Ira 1 i.e ite. 'C11 t Aca ('at.

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"Such Brilliancy !"

Last - ~:qO
'[hues 7 :4)1)
Today
JSCRLLN S JPPI2MACY li;N 4CANT 14 f Vi: f I!' AN IG
The hole Art of odern Lui~
~Iakin~ is Lx posed In----
p ~ ~ ..
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RICAA{DO CO~TFZ
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A GREAT CO~. J~ <A Ki'.~ '..
There al'e een Kiss?~
Given and Taken
Since Adan and Eve
BUT NEVER ONE OR
A THOUSAND BEFORE
LIKE THIS-
~ ~ The IYi~ c:: ,'~ 2',
fcih;xu a J7''.. IA
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a iKs: i'~ Hi j)G I
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pow,,.
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It, All:,
ADOLPHEMENJOU
LILLIAN RiCH
AILEEN PRINGLE
.~lutinee~ AilSk-at-~ "'c -~
AudiloriUm 5Pc~ C~nId un , a 9airamount 9icture' ~ I

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ich
O~V Once you see our (lisplays,
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Arrange then for a sitting.

Make it a point e~
time you go wind
shopping to inspect
Rentschler portrait
play cases. There yo
find the newest ci~
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