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198.THEMICHIGAN DALY

TIJEIBLOOD' TO TALK'
ON PUBLIC SPEAKING

DEFEATS MR. PINCHOT I;UNCLAIMED MAIL.I

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Pr ofessor Thomas C. Trueblood,
professor-emeritus of Public Speak-
ing, w ho has recently returned frow
a South American tour, will speak be-
fore. the Men's Educational club at 7
o'clock Monday, April 30, in room, 0
of the Union on the topic "The In-
troduction of Credit Courses in Pub-
lic Speaking in American Colleges."
Professor Truellood's tour of South

-- . - _ _ I HELD FOR MANY,
:..., Mail for the following persons is on
. hand and undeliverable at the the Post
Office. It may ibe secured fly the on-
} ers if calledI for at the General De-
1"..~ei window, Main Office, 0on or be- lvr
fore \lay 5, 1928:I
F.. ,Aistead, Prof. W. B. Ander-
Ion, Alarga rot Chancy, John G. Cris
'' sey, Miss 1)ew y (Culp, Pr-of. Darrel
la.Dai ,E.R. Edlmonsoii, Way ne
E'rickson, lielga Floodr, Dick CGawipe
,;"., Frances Gibson, Mrs. L. D. Glenn,
Katkrem me I-eitsru (or Tieitslire a
*. J Nicholas. J. KaltehaisElizabeth Keet-
scher ( ?) , GaynellI Kern's. Geo. J.
11 Knechler, James Alfred Lafer.
1Henr1y Stephen Lucas, Benjamin
IMadero, Prof. Chas. Richard Morris,
E R.Mosher, Adolph Murie, Prof.
Rep. Louis T. McFadden defeated !IlnH'ison McAllister, H-ubert C. Mc-
Mrs.Coreli Brce incotwif ofHugh, Carlton 'McNoeal, V. Mv. Ninobla,
Mr.Crei m ePnitwf l Robert G. Ramsey, Clara A. Reid, Al-
former Gcv. Gifford Pinchot, for 1re- I us Rob~binls, Prof. i-i. L. Schug, IDel-1
publican nomination for congr ess B~ert Schwi~artz, I. M~. Sheffer, Thos.
from Pennsylvania.~atn sP d\l te
h. - Stanton,-C-------White.

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Pleasant Sunday DinnerI

Served in the Nicest of
Surroundings

Our Chicken Dinners Are Delightful
Ann Arbor 1Rhestaurant
215 'SOUTH MAIN STREET

HURON

VALLEY

RIDING. ACADEMY
OF YPSILANTI

America Was undertaken to inters

est

the schools throughout the continent
in public speaking, a subject which
hie found sadly neglected. At Buenos
Aires and several other cities active
steps were tak~en. in consequence of
his efforts. 1-is talk Monday night will
likewise be in the interest of public
speaking.
=ELECTRICIAN WILL
GIVE TAILK HERE
"The Application of Electr icity to
Railway Operation" will be the topic
of an illustrated lecture by Mr. W. D.
Bearse of the railway division of
the General Electric compnny at 7:301
tomorrow night in room 343, West
Engineering building. The lecture is
under the auspices of the student
branch of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers. Mr. Bearse is
an authority on the topic of which
lie will speak, being a. leader in the
field of applying electricity to rail-
road locanmotion.

Service at All Hours

,.. ,

Miracleanl

AN INVITATION

MAY FESTIVAL

"Clean as a Breath ┬░of Spring"

To "lovers of fine horses-to those
who demand the best 'of service
and courteous treatm e"nt--to those

Ann Arbor, May 16, 17,

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struction, we sinicerely request the
favor, of your early inspection and
patro'nage.

February 28, 1 92&

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Charles A. Sink,, Esq.,
University School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.

The Odorless, Oiess
Cleanser made fresh
and pure in our own
plant every day.

PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
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Dear Mr. Sink:-

I have just received the program of your

Ri ding, $'1.25 per Hour

Individual Lesson
$2.50 per Hour

next May Festival.

What a noble collection

QI Good
Food
Prompt
Service

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of works and artists, 'and what an inspiration
for your young audience. I wish I could be
there seated in your noble hail to hear some
of it.

Cordially yours,

May We Suggest]I
Huron Streetr
Phone 'Y
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at Washtenaw

Early Reservations?

4(Signed) WALTER DAMROSC I.

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State Street

Course Tickets-$5.50--$.OO-$7.0

Phone 42 13

220S. State

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