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November 01, 1939 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-11-01

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Prof. Densmore
Illinois Teachers Of Speech
Hold 35th Annual Parley
Prof. G. E. Densmore, chairman of
the speech department, will discuss
"Teaching Methods and Techniques
in the Teaching of Speech" at the
35th annual high school conference
of the Illinois Association of the
Teachers of Speech Friday at the
University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.
The teaching methods and tech-
niques which Professor Densmore will
discuss are those used in the begin-
ning courses at Michigan. The be-
ginning course here is one of the
largest beginning courses in the coun-
try and because of its size and method
of instruction has attracted national
"The central theme in our begin-
ning courses," explained Professor
Densmore, "is the development of the
personality with special attention
placed upon the use of effective Eng-
lish. careful pronunciation, word
study and unlimited practice in
speaking before others."
Professor Densmore has been Ex-
ecutive Secretary of the National
Association of Teachers of Speech
for the past nine years, resigning his
position to take over the chairman-
ship of the Department of Speech
last February.


The only man around Colorado Women's College after Denver's first
taste of winter was the chesty snow man shown here with Marney
Grosse (left) of Shoshone, Idaho, and Georgia Cowdin of Windsor,
Cola. The poor fellow couldn't take it though and melted away under
the warm sun and close attention of the coeds.


he cartoonist who signs tures which are given weekly on the Canadian newspapers hailed the
ba." csametopic by variousnmembers of passage of the neutrality amendment
the faculty. Prof. John Shepard of by the Senate as an indication of the
s ago Stan Swinton, '40, the psychology department is sched- real sentiment of American people,
f The Daily, opened the uled to speak next week to be fol- according to a representative of the
i4l to discover a letter lowed by Prof. John P. Dawson of Socialist youth movement in Canada,
wo cartoons drawn by the Law School, Prof. Roy Sellars of who spoke here Sunday before a
,lling himself "Kuba." the philosophy department, Prof. meeting of the Young People's Social-
zed the work over to Ellis Paul Mueschke of the English depart ist League. The speaker, whose name
SGargoyle editor. Yef mrent and Prof. Mentor L. Williams was not given because of the danger
ch launched a hunt for of the English department. such publicity woud bring him at
The main part of Professor An- home, said that Canadians hope chat
,ell cartoonist and Garg gell's speech will be devoted to a dis- the United States will get into the
Wunsch explained: "I cussion of Prof. Charles H. Cooley, war soon, and that they expect her
t in touch with me i1m who taught sociology when he was a to be in at the end of a year of w?:r.
student here. "I believe him to be The young Socialist described the
ere know Kuba? ,the man who has most influenced my attitude of the people in Canada as
mind," Professor Angell said in rela- one of resignation. They expect the
psilon Will Give tion to his former instructor, war to be long and drawn out, he de-
Musicale Tonight A social, conducted by Shirley Fish- lared, and have accepted these cir-
man, '40, will follow the talk. cumstances with none of the hytseria
nusicale will be given by which we have heard characterized
>ter of Phi.Mu Epsilon at Siekert Talks In Chicago the last war.
i the home of Mrs. H.
sorority patroness. As ."The Effect of the Humidity of Sundwell Attends Meeting
rs. Richard Earhart and Air on the Oxidation of Steel." was
B. Kennedy will assist the subject of the paper Prof. Clar- Dr. John Sundwall, director of the
ence A. Siebert of the metallurgical Division of Hygiene and Public
f the freshman class are engineering department gave in Chi- Health, will attend a meeting on in-
s this evening. With the cago last weekend at the annual dustrial hygiene sponsored by Gen-
rnnae and patronesses, meeting of the American Society for eral Motors Corp. today and tomor-
are expected to attend.'Metals. row in Dayton.

Wobbly in the knees after spending 30 days in the air in a tiny
seaplane, Clyde Schlieper (left) and Wes Carroll are shown getting their
land legs again with help of their wives. The fliers claimed a new en-
durance flight record at 726 hours.

ONE LAST FLING--Film actor David Niven, en route to- England
to join his regiment, got in at least this social engagement before his
departure. He's at Essex Fox Hounds race meet on the Evander Schley
estate in Far Hills, N.J., with (left) Mrs. Underwood McAlpin of Prince-
ton, N.J., and Mrs. William Clyde, Jr., of Princeton and London, England.

BITTER PILL TO SWALLOW-From 1 to 1,000 is count of licorice
pills made by Dean C. Leonard O'Connell of Pittsburgh college of
Pharmacy. That was his penalty for having bet on the Pitt-Duquesne
game won by Duquesne, 21-13.


BRAZIL-BOUND1-The Nov. -10
flight of seven army bombers from
Langley Field, Va., to Brazil for an
independence fete; will be com-
manded by Major Delos C. Emmons

ON THE SPOT-Complaints about the British War censorship and
editorial attacks in the London newspapers, don't deter Vice Admiral
Osborne (left), director of censorship, from his wartime tasks. With
him at the ministry of information, which the London Mirror said,
"Creaks with professors," is Rear Admiral Thompson.

GLAD HAND-Britain's wel-
come for Giuseppe Bastianini (a-
bove), new Italia ambassador in
London, was manifest when Vis-
count Halifax sent a special car to
meet him upon arrival.

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