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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I 'TUESDAty, OCTOBER~ 12, 1926

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Michigan Association of Writers Has
Many Notables Included in
Its Membership
SPEAKER ISRHETORICIAN'
Lawrence H-. Conrad, instructor in
the department of rhetoric of the U~ni-
versity of Michigan, will be the prin-I
cipal speaker at the annual meeting
of the Michigan Authors association
to be held Thursday in Detroit.
The subject of the talk is "Why
Write ? The speech will present an'
analysis of the creative impulse and
will attempt to justify 'literary en-'
deavor. In an interview Mr. Conrad
stated that as far as he knows, no one
has ever° made "a full analysis of the
sources from which literature springs,
and lie is making one on the basis of
his own writing experience and his'
studies in rhetoric and psychology.
Mr. Conrad is known as the author
of "Temper", said by critics to be the
most significant novel of American
industry published in recent years. He
is also the author of a psychological
work on writing, "The Author's Mind".
"Several years spent as a day laborer
in the automobile factories of Detroit
are 'the basis for Mr. Conrad's novel.
He is' now preparing a triology which
he intends as a comprehensive inter-
pretation of Ameriman industrial life.
Included in the membership of the
organization are James Oliver Cur-
wood, novelist; Robert Frost, poet;#
Harold Titus, novelist; R~res. Clarencek
Cook Little; Prof. Thomas E. Rankin,
of the rhetoric department; Prof. John
Scholl, of the German department and
Prof. Solomon Gingerich, of the Eng-
lish department.
PARIS-The minister of agriculture
anrnounces that during the coming
year France will have to import 12,-
000,000 metric quintals of wheat.

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