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FRIDAY; DECEMBER 17, 19;26

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDY, DCEMBR 17 192 THEMICHCAW AIL

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TWO UNIVE'R&ITY ME
TO ATTEND MEING
D~ensmore And MF:uyskens Will Address;
.Natonal Association 01~
Teachers %Of Speechj
SUBJECTS ANNOUNCEDt

Foreign Residents Fearful As Caintonese Invade Hankow

rti e r lan of the National Corn- will make tiie annual presio entlial ad-
'LOneiir cwchers' Fdrto has been dress WeC-nesday, Deq. 29, "Legal
FOR CHICAGO TRIP ! Extc ed to in 7(1, mei hers of the .Education and the Assoc:* ion of
515x s 101 who wishi to attend the : merican Law Schools." On ithe fol-
Special railroad rates winll b avail-! m2eeting. wing day Prof. E. IBlythe Stason, of
f~.Host of the memberis of the Law Qhe Law school, will lead a round
ablefo all delegates toth aniualI school faculty ,,,replanning to attend; table discusuon on "Business Associa-
meeting of the Association of Amner- the convsention, Mlichligan being, well !tions." The meeting will adjourn Fri-
ican Law Schools, of which Prof. r4!1,re5.ned on the various committees ' day, Dec. 21, after i-he election of
Ralph W. Aig;ler, of the Law school, of the organization, officers.
is president, which will be held Dec.' rphe program for the convention will --
99, 30, and 31 in Chicago, Ill. The 1consist mainly of committee meetings SHANGHAI.-Ci..,e, have seized

Two members of the 'University...........
faculty will take part in the p~rogram/
at the eleventh convention. of the Na-
tional Association of Teachers ofj
Speech, to be held Dec. 28, 29 and 30
at Chicago.
*Prof. Johin Muys.ke.ns, of the Latin!,* ;~~.::".:::....:r;" 4">:r;:.:>:: '....
dlepartment, and G. E. Densmore, of : ;;".
the public speaking department, will
be the University representatives.E Can 'one: Soviet troops have in
Professor Densmore, who is manager; victorious adv nce. Aid ha-s been se
of the Michigan High School Debating,---"
league, will speak on "Extension work sekn ntesbet TeCe
in high school debating." "Muscle spaig ntesujc,"TeCe
ative and the Curi°riculum." Argu-'
Movement, 'a Fundamental Concept in, mentation ail. debate, acting, speech
Phonetics" will be Professor MVuys- correction, secondary school prob-
ken's subject. j leins, theater 'construction, inter-
A program suitable for the needs of ptv edn n hntc ilb
tea~chers' of <speaking in secondarypeieraigad hntc ilb
among the subjects discussed during
schools as well as those in colleges or the. convention.
university work has been arranged. _______
Teachers of speech who are not mem-
bers of the association are also in- FOP"YTH-AKE
vitedt( the general sessions. HE L TH EPORT
E. C. Mabie, of the University of
Iowa, president of the association,1
will open the first session on Dec. 28, Statistical report of health condi-

nvaded Hankow, China., 500 miles in land on the Yangste river, on their
e nt foreign residents. P~hoto shows general view of 1lanlhow.
.jtions for November has ibeen issued reported room calls was about on a
by Dr. Warren E. Forsytheo, director of par with that of the two years past,
the University health service, and it; as was the number of paticnts con-
Sindicates conditions to have been very fined to beds in either the health ser-
satisfactory amnong the student body. vice orodispensary, but fewer patients
,tAccording to Dr. Forsythe, this con-' were referredl to the hospital than be-
dition was in some respects about as fore. The usual. number of colds was
anticipated( and in others better. had by the student body, but con-
The number of dispensary calls and l tagious diseases were entirely lacking.

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W'ed., Sat. Nat. 50c.$1.50

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