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PAG!1 ~WO THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 27, 1928.

WILL PICK SPEAKERS
FOR LECTURE SERIES

Prof. O'Neill Plans
New Debating Class
Pi 'A J im~, M O'Neill, of the (IC-

I PartflWflt of 5l)CeCh, had complete(i ar-
XVith~ tt~ic selection c~ tue more rangements for a new course iii ad-
prominent men end women from vanced (lebatin g, to 1)0 offered to
selected students next semester, it
whom the sieakers on the Oratorical was announe~'MI yesterday at the oflice~
lecture series program for next year ci the department. The course, which
xviii be chosen, letters have been sent ~vi1 1 appear ~s number SI in the cata-
to those chosen to find out suitable logue, will 1)e (levoted mainly to prep-
date;s for their ~p pearances, according arations for intercollegiate debates.
to Robert Gessner, '29, new president rfhe course will be open to 1)0th men
of the Oratorical ~w;sociation. Ab~it ari:l women. All students who have
one and one-hja;If dozen names have successfully completed course 34 will
been selected and it is expected that be allowed to elect it .and an olen
the eight most suitable of these will tryout will be held (luring the first or
be scheduled for local appearance dur- second week of the fall semester for
ing next year. those who h~ave not taken course 34
A group of faculty men has been but who are anxious to try out for the
chosen to meet with~ the selectioni com- 1 Varsity debating team. A limited
mittee of the association which in-' number of those trying out will be ad-
eludes Lawrence Wjaikley, '30, Marg- mitted to the course, according to
aret Lyons, '29, and Gessner. The Professor O'Neill.
faculty men are Prot. Gail B. Dens-
more, Prof. James M. O'Neill, and
Carl Brandt, all of the speech depart-
mont.
Among the more prominent men and TIM McCOY
women who are being considered for
next yeja1r are General Jan Smuts,
Boor war hero, William Beebe, world- "LAW OF THE RANGE"
famous scienti'st and author, Ruth
Draper, dramatists and reader, Lew (rrlle I{Id'% (lever)
Starret, poet and author, Buigene rI~ILur~GRE1lA GARBo
O'Neill, playwright and author of note,
Graham MacNamee, famous radio an- in The Divine Woman"
nouncer, E. H. Sothern, famous This Ad ivitli 1~ Cents
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