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- Elsie Ferguson and David Powell
PRES.ELECT XI. L. BURTON WILL in "Counterfet," a societyr detective
Gff-E:TALK ON film will be repeated today at the
c JPJLY 1 Majestic. In the story Miss Ferguson
appears as Virginia Griswold, who is
Special effort's have been made to trying to recover some of the fortune
Carrange an attractive series of lec- her father lost n speculation before
tures on subjects pertaining to edu- he died.
cation, during' the ;coming Summer Opportunity to° wn a $100000 re-.
s'esion. Dr.--Marion L Burton, lres-. ward for the coviction of a band of
;dent-leet of' the University, will de- counterfeiters, who have been traced
liver one of these etures on the first to Newport presents itself toher, and_
day of his administration:. allied with the government secret ser-
The ,names of the speakers, subjects "vice, she visits some of her fashion-
and dates for the series 6f lectures are able friends there. Besides securing
as follows: cldews as to the identity of.the count-
; June 29-"Some Problems of a City erfeiters, she becomes the party to a
School Admiistrator,"' F. J.' Cody, romance, the. happy outcome of which
superintendent of schools i' Detroit. is endangered by her detective activ-
i July 1-"A Modern Educaional hites.
ITendancy," J W. Sexton, superintend-
.enit of schools in Lansing.. THE ARCADE
July 1-"What the Schools Must-
Do," Dr. M. L. Burton. "The Very Idea," a comedy evolved
1July 9-"Some Present-Day Edca- out of humorous attempts made by a
tiohal ;Problems" two lectures), F. young man to buy a baby, will fe-s
E Spau'ling, superintendent of ture Taylor Holmes again today at the
tschools in cilevland. Arcade.
'July 12-"Sdtme of the Probles of The ituie s3 taken from the play
Ameicanizatin as Seen by an_ Arnmy by William LeBaron and is said to be
Psychologist," Prof. C. S. -Berry of LeBaron 's best release.'
the education department.
tJuly 12-"The Work of the Amer- PROFESSORS COLLABORATE
s can 'Library Association' in France" "6ii NEW ZOOLOGY TEXTBOOK'
S. H. Ranck, 8f, Grand Rapids. .
IJuly 16-"The Intrmediate Schools,'
i R 0. Marsh, superintendent of schools " A new departure "in textbooks of
In Jackson. zoology is represented In the work f
July 23-"Schoi Building ~Cam- 'entitled "Principles of Animal Biol-
Spaigns;,'E1. 4. Hartwel, superintend- 'ogy," which is just off the press, and
;ent of schools in Buffalo. of which Professors A. F. Shull and
tAi ust 9-"The Part-Time School" George R. LaRue of the zoology de-
,or "ounnecting School with Empoy- partient, and Professor A. G. Ruth-
mnent," Prof. "G E. Myers of the -educa- ven director of the museum of zoology,
tion department. are the co-authors.
_ - "Principles of Animal Biology," was
New 4nd ssu to e Cnsidred developed by Professor Shull to ,meet
Ann Arbor = school district voters the needs of- university laboratories,
wilvt7ue1 naDoolint textbooks of the usual type beingof
issu $70,0~ Woth f bods.Thelittle use ;in thi connection.
mone wil beuse to urcase and e companion volume to Princ-
mad to llereunedscholurslds plesof Animal Biology," a.aboratory
and t ________wscholsbuidings: outlie also written 'by Professor>
! Etingish truai Fie" Ygtershu ; was "publised last fall and hlas
The fiSeallpFitent ptotea al benadpted in half a. oe institu-
Thef fireade5ParTepuroa salltons where "courses patt,ed after
roffr"t15PakTraeial the Michigan course "are now inwper-
SFriday "morning. tin
SHORTAGE OF HELP MAY HIT
IRT WASHTENAW COUNTY FAMJERS
LAT lMS OAY According to available statistics at
MAGAIA ISE least ten per cent of Washtenaw cou-,
MAROAN A, ", ty's -150,000 acres of productive land
/ Nwill remain idle this year. This
"A ANEROUS 'TALENT"; means tat 1,000 acres are tobecome
non-productive even in the presence
AM-jfSS,,, n y of the national food shrtge.
'A 'Snub' Pollrd AA~lJ9ily There are at least 2,000men needed
_________________________to get the maxi' um cultivated acre-
__________________________age and production from the farms of
Wasltenaw~ county, 4nd the county
faces today a shortage ofone-half the
men 'needed, if WtXashtenaw county's
RPHEM THEO RE quota of food is to be produced.
eat., r5-Will Rogers in "Water, Lehgh President Tenders Resignatio
tWater"'Everywhere," ,with arry After serving for more than -15
SemOn in "Home, Sweet Home." k"
Sun, Mon, r6, 7-Mabel Nor- years as president of' Lehigh univer-.
mand rin ".Pinto," ,with a comedy, sity, Bethlehem, _Pa., "D. Henry C.
"Knights _and Kigties," Ford Drinker has tendered his resignation
Wetekly. ' .to take effect June 1.
lesWed., li x9Frank Ma- Dr. Drinker will be 7e years old in
yo* n "edder o Lis."November and :gives his age as the
____________ -.______ _reaon for his resignation.
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