Artemisia [yearbook], 1904 . don of the principles previously considered! Every member of the class isrequired to make several speeches on different subjects. As far as dme permits, the subject-matter, its arrangement and method of presenta-tion, and the delivery are criticized, and suggestions made for improvement in the direction indicated. As far as possible, the students aremade to feel at ease, and to express their thoughts freely, without fear or restraint owing to the presence of the instructor or of othermembers of the class. Practice in speaking, especially debating, is eminently calc

Artemisia [yearbook], 1904 . don of the principles previously considered! Every member of the class isrequired to make several speeches on different subjects. As far as dme permits, the subject-matter, its arrangement and method of presenta-tion, and the delivery are criticized, and suggestions made for improvement in the direction indicated. As far as possible, the students aremade to feel at ease, and to express their thoughts freely, without fear or restraint owing to the presence of the instructor or of othermembers of the class. Practice in speaking, especially debating, is eminently calc Stock Photo
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Artemisia [yearbook], 1904 . don of the principles previously considered! Every member of the class isrequired to make several speeches on different subjects. As far as dme permits, the subject-matter, its arrangement and method of presenta-tion, and the delivery are criticized, and suggestions made for improvement in the direction indicated. As far as possible, the students aremade to feel at ease, and to express their thoughts freely, without fear or restraint owing to the presence of the instructor or of othermembers of the class. Practice in speaking, especially debating, is eminently calculated to promote quickness and accuracy of thought, to improve onesbearing, and to teach control of ones facukies under distracdng and embarrassing conditions. Such, in brief, are the ideals of the course inPublic Speaking. r 97 Alpha Beta MEMBERS H. Massey Alfred Hamlin Mark Kelley Harold Louderback Allan Ede . John Wright Fred Freeman M. Davidovich Waite Borden Sarah Chase Laura McDermott Edna Haml.n Mary Arms Em.ly Berry. 98 I r

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