Professor Thomas C. Trueblood of the University of Michigan will read a translation of the German play "Ingomar, the Barbarian," by Frederic Halm, in the Assembly Room of the Union tomorrow at 7.30 o'clock. The reading has been arranged by the Speakers' Club and will be open to all members of the University. Professor Trueblood has been for many years head of the Department of Public Speaking at the University of Michigan, and has given readings of this play and others at the principal American universities.
Prof. Trueblood's Reading Tomorrow
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