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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, ocTOBER !2, lml

ADDANGE CEDEMONI[S FRENCH CAPITAL ENTERTAINS GREEK PRESIDENT Cabot And Warthin
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M.. Venizelos
president of the Republic of Greece, recently made a trip to Paris where
he spent some time in the French capital. While there he conferred
with various French officials on matters in general.
GRAF ZEPPELIN BRINGS AIR MAIL
FOR SEVERAL ANN ARBOR CITIZENS
In the mail brought over the At- from Germany by way of the air.
lantic in the Graf Zeppelin were These letters were brought from
24 messages for Ann Arbor citi- New York by air mail.
zens, according to Postmaster A. C. In connection with this latest feat
Pack. in postal service, Pack stated that
This mail which includes letters mail could now be sent to Europe or
and postcards was distributed here India by way of air mail. This sys-
recently one man receiving as many}tem includes air service to the port
as 10 letters from Germany. Other of departure from this country
persons who were among the recip- where letters and the like are ship-
ients were Robert Gwinner and Mrs. ped across. the Atlantic. Once in
Emil Frey. Mrs. Soule of Ann Arbor Europe the mail is again transport-
inspected the Zeppelin this past ed to its destination by air. There
summer while on tour through are, he said, several continental air
Europe and received two letters routes and one to India, the famous'
London to Cairo to Bombay route.
ALUMNI SE T UP In cooperation with this line there
are several others operating in Ara-
OHIO QUARTERS biaand Transjordania.
Letters and postcards may be
Carroll P. Adams, seretary of the sent on the return flight of the
University of Michigan club of Dc~ Graf Zeppelin for $1.00 and 50 cents
troit will be in charge of the head- respectively, Pack announced,
quarters which have been arranged _
for the members of the Detroit

Dean Hugh Cabot, of the Medi-
cal school, and Dr. Aldred Scoti
Warthin, of the medical school,4
played an important part in the1
assembly of the Interstate post-
graduate medical association of
North America which was held in
Atlanta, Georgia, during this week.:
On Tuesday, Dean Cabot presented
a paper before the general session'
on "The Choice of Anesthetics"1
and Warthin conducted a clinic.
Thursday Dr. Warthin was en-
tertained by the alumni of the
medical school present at the
meeting at a luncheon given in his!
(honor at the Biltmore hotel. Yes
terday Dr. Warthin was to deliver.
an address to the assembly on
cardiac syphilis.
SLOGAN ELECTS
CLUB SECRETARY
"A Michigan-Washington Foot-
ball Game" was the slogan which
carried M. J. Robinson, '04L, into
office as president of the Univer-
sity of Michigan club of Seattle,
Washington, recently, by an over-
whelming majority.
Robinson came into prominence
as secretary of the Seattle club,
when, at the Alumni Triennial in
Detroit, three years ago he pre-
sented a very fine paper to the
meeting and was introduced as the
best alumni club secretary in the
United States.
PROFESSORS VISIT EAST
Prof. J. B. Edmundson and Prof.
Raleigh Schorling, School of Edu-
cation, and members of the build-
ing committee of that school left
Ann Arbor a few days ago to visit
ertain schools in Boston and New
York, it was announced yesterday.

PLAN NEW CONTESTS
IN PUBLICSPEAKING
Oratorical Board Arranges Details
At Bi-Weekly Luncheon Held
In Union Building
TO AWARD CASH PRIZES
Several new public speaking con-
tests will be introduced to the
Michigan campus this year when
plans discussed by the oratorical
board at its bi-weekly luncheon at
the Union yesterday noon materi- -
alize.
Among the projects contem-
plated is an interpretive reading
contest, the winner of which will
receive a substantial prize. Two
extemporaneous speaking contests
will undoubtedly be held this year,
one each semester. Prizes for the
events will be increased over for-
mer years, Russell M. Sanderson
'29, chairman of the local contests
committee reported. Winner of
first will probably receive $25 and
$15 will be awarded for second
place. In former years the win-
ners received a University of Mich-
igan wall plaque or a book.
"An unexpected increase in tick-
et sales for the lecture series will
give the oratorical board a profit
this year," Sanderson said. "Since
it is not our intention to make
money on the lecture course we
shall sponsor more ' contests and
offer larger prizes -in an effort to
stimulate interest in public speak-
ing."
Plans were also discussed. for ex-
change night programs between
the four campus literary societies
-Athena, Portia, Adelphi and Al-
pha Nu. It is possible that these
organizations will compete in an
all-campus debate elimination with
a prize for the winner.

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