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September 28, 1939 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-09-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TH

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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE COURSE
ason Tickets Opens Today at IC
BOX OFFICE--HILL AUDIORIUM

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BOX OFFICE HOURS: 10-1 and 2-4

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OCT. 26- MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
. .who will open the course, has for many years
played an important part in the educational, socio-
logical, and political affairs of the day.
"The Relationship of the Individual to the Community."
NOV. 14 -JAN MASARYK
is the son of the first President of the Czechoslovakian
Republic, and for fifteen years represented his coun-
try at the court of St. James in London.
"Civilization in Peril."
NOV. 20 -..CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
will present a program of her new character sketches,
which have made her one of the most famrous stage
personalities of our times.
"Original Sketches."
DEC. 12- H. V. KALTENBORN
During those eighteen days in September, 1938, when
the world hung on the brink of war, Mr. Kaltenborn
catapulted into new and sensational acclaim.
" Kaltenborn Edits the News."

JAN. 17 - H. R. KNICKERBOCKER
As an eye-witness in Vienna to conditions existing
when Dolfuss died, in Berlin when Von Hindenburg
died and Hitler was made titular head of the govern-
ment, in Paris when German troops marched into
the Rhineland . . . Mr. Knickerbocker has actually
been at the ringside of history.
"At the Ringside of History."
JAN.24 - EARL SCHENCK
will reveal the grandeur and the etrrnl lure of the
South Sea Is ands,. which have been his home for
fifteen years. .
"Polynesia -- A T ale of T ahiti" with motion pictures.
FEB. 15-EVECURIE
beautiful biography of her famous mother has gained
world-wide acclaim as one of the most brilliant stories
of genius ever written.
"Science and a W o man.
MAR. 21 - NICOL SMITH
presents his extraordinarily fine film of 'the Island of
Hainan, which has been the focal point of much of
the Far Eastern news since it was captured by the
Japanese.
"The Island of Hainan" with motion pictures.

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SPECIAL SEASON TICKET PR

ICES

Three Central Sections of the Main Floor . . . . $3.50
Extreme Right and Left Sections of the Main Floor . . . $3.00
Three Central Sections of First Balcony . . .. . . $3.00
Extreme Right and Left Sections of the First Balcony . . $2.75
ALL SEATS RESERVED
Entire Second Balcony General Admission Pass (Students Only) $2.00
SINGLE ADMISSIONS: Main Floor $1.00; First Balcony 75c; Second Balcony 50c

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