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Trueblood Submi~ts Report Of Forensic Activities From First
Debate In 1891 To Recent Contests With English Universities

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OUR TRUSTDEATN

University Itanks First In Conference
Debate Leagues And Second
In Oratorical
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, former
head of the 'department of public
speaking, has submtted to the Re-
gents a record of Michigan's activities
in debate and oratory from 1891 to
1926., Professor Trueblood resigned
from the faculty at the close of the
Summer Session, ending 42 years of
forensic teaching 'at the University.
Hie left by motor early this week with
MVrs.' Trueblood for Florida to spend.
the winter.
Michigan's status in the Northern
Oratorical League is that of second
place, first place being held by North-
western. Michigan held first place in
the League until the last few contests,
when Northwestern, who has always
been Michigan's chief competitor,
scored heavily. Michigan has won 10
first honors and four second honors
against Northwestern's 12 first hon-
ors' and 5 second honors out of a pos-
sible 35 first and second honors. The
League was first organized in 1890
and held its first contest in May, 1891.
The present membership consists of
the Universities of Michigan, North-
western, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, and
Minnesota.
In the national oratorical contests,
Michigan won in 1912 and in 1913 the
National Peace Society's contests, hav-
ing won the local, the State, the In-
terstate, and finally the National con-
test.. Last year Michigan won fourth
place. in the National constitutional
orations held in June jit Los Angeles.
Michigan's debating record shows
that she participated in the second
intercollegiate debate held in the
United States and the first western de-
bate. This was the Michigan-Wiscon-
sin debate of 1893. In 1897 the 'Cexi-
tral Debating league was formed with
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Michigan, Northwestern, and Chicago. I tests.
*o later droppedl out in 1923 when Thie Michigan High School Debating
Ohio became a member. In 1915) the' league was established in connection
Midwest Debating league was forme~d with the Extension department. More'
with Michigan, >Wisconsin, and Ilt- than 200 high schools participate in
nois. The record shows that out of these dlebates until the number. is re-
24 debates with Chicago Michigan won; duced to two.
16, and out of the 26 debates with Testlimonials to the amount of $20,-
Northwestern Michigan won 14. In! 025 have been given out to honor men
15 contests with Wisconsin Michigan andi women in debate and oratory,
won 11 and out of the 10 with llinoi:.'and medals amounting to $5,875 have
Michigan won all but one. been presented.
Women debates were started in 19221
with dual contests with Ohio, and in' GIFT TO LIBRARY
1925 Indiana was added to make a tri-
angle forming the Michigan-Ohiio-Inl-: ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 10.-Cornell
diana League. Out of seven women' University Library has received moreI
debates with Ohio Michigan has won : than 350 tablets and cones of cunci-
two and of the only debate with In-Ifomwingdtgfrm20B.C
diana Michigan lost,.rtn aigfo 501.C
The English dlebate team, which de ME~NT@IFY BENEFACTOR I
bated last Spring in England an
Scotland won every (lebate except one.
It won from Oxford, Manchester, HIANOVER, N. H., Nov. 10.-George
Leeds, Exeter, and Bristol, but lost to 1'. Baker of New York City has been
Cambridge. Michigan has met Cam- I identified as 'the anonymous donor of
bridge twice and had lost both con- Dartmouth College's $1,000,000 library.
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