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December 13, 1929 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-12-13

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1929 THE MICHIGAN DAILY A

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NSTRUTORS WIL
ATTEND MEETING
O'Neill, Muyskens, Eich, Riley
and Densmore to Attend New
York Convention.
PLAN VARIED ADDRESSES
Five members of the speech de-
partment will attnd and take an
active part in the 14th annual con-
vention of the National Association
of Teachers of Speech to be held
at New York, it was announced to-
day. The convention will extend
from December 30 to January 2.
Prof. James M. O'Neill, head of
the speech department will give an
address on "More Diversified Grad-
uate Curricula." Professor O'Neill
will also have charge of a discus-
sion program on "Administration."
Prof. John H. Muyskens will have
charge of a program on "The Use
of Laboratory Material in Teach-
ing."
Prof. G. E. Densmore, head of the
Michigan High School * Debating
League; will give an address on the
topic ,"Is Interest in Debating, De-
creasing or Increasing?" In addi-
tion, Professor Densmore will give
a committee report on extra-cur-
ricular activities. Prof. Louis M.
Eich has charge of a discussion
program on "Oral Interpretation,"
at which four readers of distinc-
tion will read a group of lyric
poems. Mr. Lloyd K. Riley, varsity
debating coach will give a talk on
"The Trend of Rhetoric During the
Nineteenth Century."
TRAIN IS CAUGHT
BY PLANE FLIGHT
An airplane flight enabled Jane
Hickey, '30, to make a train con-
nection Tuesday when was sum-
moned to Salt Lake City because
of the critical illness of her brother,
it was learned yesterday.
Miss Hickey made arrangement
to leave Ann Arbor immediately on
the Michigan Central, making con-
nections with the Los Angeles Lim-
ited at' Chicago, but missed the
train.
A friend communicated with
Lieut. Leonard S. Flo, president of
the Flo Flying Service, Inc., and
Miss Hickey hurried to the airport.
With Erwin F. Skodopole piloting
an open cockpit plane, Miss Hickey
was landed at the Jackson airport
just 27 minutes later and after a
fast automobile trip to town she
caught the train.
Shoopin
DAYS BEFORE
GOING HOME

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MICHIGAN UNION OPERA
A LIMITED NUMBER OF SEATS
REMAIN.
Michigan'Theatre tonight, tonorrow night.
Matinee tomorrow afternoon.

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Your Last
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FOR THE 1930
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PRICE ADVANCES TO
$5.00 AT 5 P, M. TODAY
Offices in the Press Building
are open until five o lock.
On Maynard Street

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