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Van Zeeland, Bri
rbor This Season
1938-39 LECTURE SERIES
Imposing List of \
To Appear In Ann A
1. Oct. 25
--- Alexander Wool lcott
Nov. 15 - Paul van Zealand
r The world economic problem."
29- Col.W. Stewart-Roddie
"Eur op ean Mosaic."
12- Capt Warwick Tompk'ns
"fWest around Cape Horn" (Motion Pictures)
Jan. 26 - R. H. Bruce Lockhart
r An Englishman looks at the World"
Feb. 16 --- Lord Strobolgi
"The Pacific Situation"
Adventurers, Litterateurs, And
Statesrmen Give Variety To
Hill Auditorium Lectures
Students, faculty members and townspeople will once again this year
have an opportunity to hear a distinguished program of lectures, Spon.
sored, as usual, by the University of Michigan Oratorical Association,
such well-known, international figures as Alexander Woollcott, Dr.
Paul van Zeeeland, former premier of Belgium and Lord Strabolgi,
English statesman, will head a list which offers diversified entertainment
and reliable informative material to the listener.
Besides this internationally known trio, Col. W. Stewart Roddie, will
deliver his "European Mosaic"; R. H. Bruce' Lockhart, author of Brit-
ish Agent, will tell how "An Englishman looks at the World"; Capt.
Warwick Tompkins will present his motion picture account of '"West
Around the Horn"; Capt. C. W. R. Knight will make a return engage-
ment and Harrison Forman willre port on his adventures in Tibet.
Admission to the lectures will again be small, with two prices, 75
cents for the main floor and 50 cents for the balcony. Because of the
attractions' importance the scale will change to $1.00 and 75 cents for
Woollcott and van Zeeland.
The return of Alexander Woollcott to the Hill Auditorium ;platform
is one that has been demanded by Oratorical clients. On his last appear-
ance here two years ago, the author of "While Rome Burns" captivated a
capacity audience with his anecdotes of the great and near great.
For the serious minded, Dr. van Zeeland's appearance is one of the
most important in recent year. Author of the famous van Zeeland World
Trade Report and the man who steered the Belgium ship of state through
several troubled years, van Zeeland has a wide reputation as a speaker
28-- Capt.C. W. R.
"The Leopard of the Air" (Motion
Mar. 8 -- Harrison Forman
"eTibet - the Forbidden ILand"
Seldom is it possible to hear such a brilliant array of interest-
ing lecturers as the Oratorical
Association is presenting
year. Such names as R. H. Bruce Lockhart, Col. Stewart Roddie,
Alexander Woollcott, Lord Strobolgi, and others combine to
make this season one of high quality. Tickets can be obtained
from the Oratorical. Association, 3211 Angell Hall.
+> Lord Strabolgi (Commander Ken.
worthy) has a record that has placed
him in the forefront of British
statesmen. Chief whip and deputy-
leader of the opposition in the House
f Lords ,his words and books on
international affairs and economics
are recognizably authoritative.
For romance of the bounding
main the program provides adven-
turous Captain Warwick Thompson.
His log book' for nine years on
'he "Wander Bird" covers voyages
totaling 10,000 miles and his book
'Fifty South to Fifty South" won
'iniversal acclaim. Probably better
han any other living man, he is
qualified to tell the thrilling tail of
a voyage twest around Cape Horn."
Col. W. Stewart Roddie presents
'European Mosaic"-tragedy face
to face with humor, romance op-
posite realism. Possessing the abil-
ty to recreate vividly the scenes
nd characters he describes, Col.
Stewart Roddie's subject is one
worthy of his ability. And he is
horoughly familiar with the Euro.
jean countries which importantly
ontribute to the world political pic-
Lord Strobolgi appears on the
oratorical Association lecture se-
ries Feb. 16th. Lord Strobolgi is
a prominent British statesman in
the House of Lords.
many as Commander Kenworthy,
his lecture will undoubtedly be of
interest to this campus. 7
Single admission tickets
. . . . . 50c
Ia inFlo.or. . . $3.50
Three central sections-
Main Floor. . . . $3.00
Extreme right and left-
First Balcony, three central sections... $3.00
First Balcony, extreme right and left . . . $2.75
MAIL ORDERS NOW
('Wool"cot and van
admission tickets .. .
$1.00 and 75c)
Applications for tickets will be filled in the order
received. The Hill Auditorium box-office sales will
open October 17 and continue through October 25.
Mail all orders to the Oratorical Association, 321
Angell Hall, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A P PL I C A T I O N F OR SEASON RESERV ED TICKETS
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE SERIES
Fill out this blank for reservations desired
No. of Seats.
Amount Enclosed, $.
Main Floor, three central sections . ..$.. .3.50
Main Floor, extreme right and left sections. 3.00
First Balcony, three central sections ... .,....3.00
First Balcony, extreme right and, left sections 2.75
Make checks payable to Orotorical Association,
321 Angell Hall, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Dr. Paul van Zeeland
Dr. Paul van Zeeland is probably the outstanding
figure among the younger generation of European
statesmen. His rapid rise in the world of finance
marked him early as a person of remarkable abilities.
His Report on World Trade was
universally acknowledged as being
of great value.
The world listens when Dr. van
Z4lands oaks. His viit tn America
Another speaker whose popu-
larity on a previous appearance re-
'ulted in the Association negotiat-
ng for his return is Capt. C. W. R.
Knight who is known throughout
the United States simply as , The
Bird Man." Just returned frotn
leading an expedition to South
Africa, he will show films featur-
ing such rarities as the Coronation
:agle and White Rhino.
Harrison Forman, contributor to
such magazines as Harpers, The
Readers Digest and National Geo-
graphic, will end the lecture series
with his tales of adventure in Tibet,
upon which he is a recognized auth-
ority. It was Forman who acted as
technical advisor for the film etLost
Horizon" and he has what critics
describe as "an interesting story and
vivid motion pictures" of the mys-
terious eastern land around which
the film was centered.
Applications for reserved seats
for the entire season are all ready
being accepted' by the Oratorical
Association. Checks made payable to
the Oratorical Association, 3211
Angell Hall, Ann Arbor, may be
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