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THE MICHIC.N DAIL TI,

I SCHOOL EIDS

Fowler Speaks
On Advertising
Here Tonight

COMEDY CLUB TRIUMPHS
IN "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK"

Levi To Leave [NAME NEW COMMITTEE
France After
Lengthy Visit

7Ilospitail 3fnid In ured
Iattie HIamIiltonu, a maid in the em.-Re d - 1T~- A c
W tploy of the Univrsityhospital, «was L1A n A
truckR and thrown severalyardsAy
a car driven by a Mr s. Moodyat -NorthI
Univepity and State streets, yester
(lay afternoon. Miss hamilton was
se bously injured and is now in the Europe, Orient, Etc.
University hospital. To tthe 6t°Tr as rvatlons, it will be very

tew41he Eductatiion Iq
assry in 'frajnijig of
Snperlitendaiiis

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X PE1 IEN CE IfPST
V'AIL A BLE IPREPARIAT~IOPN

That an extensive education was not 1
cessary ud that practical experi-
tce was much more valuable to high
hool superintendents, was the state-
ent of Dr. Charles E. Chadsey, dean
the College of Education of the
niversity of Illinois. in a talk given{
fore the Association of School Sup-1
intendents and School Board mem-
rs at the banquet closing their ses-
on here, last night at the Union.
Dean Chadsey stated that the doc-
r's degree was not positively neces-
ry in the carrying out of the school Richard C. Fowler
lministration duties. He considered Richard C. Fowler, vice-president of
'actical work, if possible in the cap- Campbell, Trump and company, De-
:ity of el.ementary school work, to troit, who will deliver the second=
imuch more valuable. talk of the series on advertising un-
The Dean deplored the custom of s - der the auspices of Alpha Delta Sig-
cting superintendents from the high nmi, honorary advertising fraternity,
.ool principals only and advised the at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Natural Sci-
ard members to look o'er the gram- ence auditorium.
ar school principals before making
ppointmnents." He 'pointed out that
ader the present system theretis iIIERTISIN AUTHORITY
'actically no advancement possible
r th~e elemetntary school principalen TlIfh!
The qualitiesaof a good superinten- illTO titR HERE TIRiTi
nt of a high school are fundamental-
same as the qualities of a superin- Richard C. Fowler, vice-president of
ndent of any other organization, as- the Campbell-Trump advertising com-
rted the Dean. pany of Detroit, will deliver the sec-
Opening the conference yesterday ond of a series of six lectures under
orning at Lane hall, the president of the auspices of Alpha Delta Sigma,
e association, Harvey B. Wallace, honorary advertising fraternity, at
'esident of the board of education of 7:30 o'clock tonight in Natural Sci-
ighland Park, delivered an address. ence auditorium.
The second speaker on -the program "Planning the Advertising Cam-
as W. B. Arbough, Michigan repre- paign" is to be .the topic of Mr. Fow-
ntative of Newson and Co., who ler's lecture. Others that are planned
oke on 'The Place of Music and will be given after the holidays. A
rt in the Curriculum." P. R. Cleary, dinner, to which members of the fac-
easurer of the board of education ulty and guests will meet at a din-
Ypsilanti, gave the next talk, speak- nor in Mr. Fowler's honor at the
g on "Tax Expenditures on Books Union at 6:30 o'clock tonight.
d Laboratories." G. P. Fillcox, sched- St. Elmo Lewis, vice-president of the,
ed to follow on the program, was Campbell-Ewald Advertising company,
sable to attend the meeting and his a national concern, whose lecture was
pie, "Vocational Training" was scheduled originally to be given this
vered by Prof. G. E. Myers of the week, will speak after spring vaca-
%hool of Education. tion.

(Continued from Page One)
from a table to the floor as executed
by Charles Livingstone, '25, playing
the part of a Chinese pirate. Per-
fect control of all his sensibilities
made possible imitation of a dead
man. In his other role, that of Horace
Pengard, his performance was good.
Ivan Borolsky, the villain, played by
Edward Parnell, '25, was just suffici-
ently villainous with his deep base
voice to be effective. It is impossible to
omit mention of any of the characters
they all perform effectively: Donald
E. L. Snyder, '25, as Lush, the butler;
Rhea Schlaack, '26, as Mrs. Pengard;
Williard Spanagel as the policeman
Louise Barley, '25, as the maid, Lester
Palmiter, '24, as Johnny Jason; and
last but not least the group of truely
viltainous looking pirates.
The favorable reactions of those
who witnessed "Captain Applejack"
have been expressed and there is
little left upon which to comment.x
Mention of minor details such as the
storm which performed only when
the characters mentioned it only in-
dicates that the production was not
professiona,. The amateur spirit
which should give life to all per-
forroances of this sort is present aids
in making it an achievement worthy,
of any dramatic organization. A sec-
ond performance of the play will be
given at the Whitney theater, Friday
night. J.G.G.
SCHOOMRSTES HOLD
FIRST SESSIONS TODAY
(Continued from Page One)
The fifth conference on educational
measurements sponsored by the Bu-
eau 6f Eduicatiboal Refererice and Re-
search will be held at 2 o'clock in the
recreation room of the University high
School. The conference will be in the
nature of a round table discussion at
which the Bureau will report on the
projects completed in 1923 and 1924.
NATLUXENBERG&B Rog.'
showing!t

Professor EmerI'itUs 5 Moritz Levi,
formerly of the Frenc department,
will sail from France, April 12, where
he has spent the past two years.
lie was away from the university on
a leave of absence during the school
year 1922, 1923 and resigned last year
due to illness. Professor Levi taught
for more than 30 years in the French
department, having first came to Mich-
igan as an instructor in 1890.

relations between students and alum-I
ni for its purpose, has been named by
Charles Livingstone, ','of the Union.t
The new committee is to consist of
the following members: Allan Crouch,
'2t, chairman, .Joseph Gandy, '26,
Bradley Haight, '26, and Carl Kane,
,26. One of the principal tasks of
the commi tee will be to attend to the
needs of visiting alumni, especially
giving information concerning stu-

La Sociedad Ilispanica will give a
dance at 9 o'clock tomorrow night at
the Ba rbour gynn asium. There will
hl entertainment an( refreshments.
Tickets may be secure(l at the door or
from the chairman, Wallace Hoffman

An alumni relations committee,
with the fostering of more friendly

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Junior engineers will hold an as- dents and faculty members.
sembly at 10 o'clock this morning in,- --_
room "'48. East Engineering building. "Jimmie the adiaker" sells anything
Coach George Little will speak. quickly.-Adv.

If you knew
what ageing in wood
does for pipe tobacco

SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
836 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Even the finest Kentucky
Burley Tobacco (and that's the
kind we use) is green and raw
when it'spulled. Youcould hardly
smoke one pipe load of it.
And here's where Velvet is dif-
ferent: Our ageing takes out that
rawness and harshness, and
makes the tobacco mild and mel-
low and gives it fine flavor. Age-
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treatment can do.
Remember-Velvet Tobacco
aged in wood.

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owing a talk by Mrs. Laura F.
n of Detroit, M. R. Keyworth
the morning session with a
speech on "Convention Attend-

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WANT MAY FESTIVAL
ROOMS

nce."
In the afternoon session officers
ere elected for the conuning year.
A. Butler, of the School of Educa-
ion was elected president, H. J. Ham-
ton of Charlotte was elected vice
resident and H. C. Haley was re-
lected secretary.
Superintendents. M. W. Longman of
luskegon, J. H. Harris of Pontiac and
'. J. Knapp of Highland Park fol-
>wed with addresses. Superinten-
ent E. E. Fell closed the meeting
'ith a short talk on "How to
onserve the Products of this Meet-
LAN FATHER-ND-ON
WEEK-END ACTIVIIES
Plans for the annual Father and
o week end this year are near com-
letion, it was announced yesterday
y Franklin Dickman, '25E, chairman
' the committee in charge. The pro-
ram will start Friday morning, May'
>, with a banquet in the Union and
ill continue until Sunday, May 18.}
Other members of the committee i
re as follows: Paul Bruske, '26, pub-
city; Ebon Graves, '25, and Albert
eck, '25. Thomas Lynch, '25L, presi-
mt of the Union is acting in an ad-
sory capacity with the members of
e committee in preparing for the
vent.
Among the leading features will be
eeches by prominent men. attend-
ice at the Cap night ceremonies, and
e Michigan-Ohio State baseball
me. The Union is making elaborate
'eparation to take care of the vis-
>rs while they are here.
DST ADDRESSES BOYS
ONSCOUT OPPORTUNITY
Fielding H. Yost, Director of Inter-
llegiate Athetlics as commissioner
the Ann Arbor council of the Boy!
outs, spoke last night on "Scout-
g'se Oportunitv" inaugurating a
urse in leadlership for prospective
outtmasters and those interested in
>rking with, boys at the Boy Scout
aduarters on Huron street.
Earl Jhieinschniidt, '27, talked on
nderfoot requirements and recount-j
some of his experiences as a scout-
Aster. He was followed by V. 0.;
lsor, of the Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A.,
ho outlined the psychology of game
adership.
Members of the Student council
il hold their regular weekly meet-
g which was postponed from last
ght at 7:30 o'clock at the Union to-,
ght.

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Ann Arbor residents who can
furnish rooms for guests who
will be here for the May Festiv-
al and Commencement week
are asked to leave all details
concerning the rooms and their
address with the Union opera-
tor. The work of securing rooms
for guests at these times is tak-
en care of by the Union alumni
rooming committee.

Allencl 11 of ci
Ann Arbor', 314-cl.
TIoday and, .1omjoi'jrow,
April lard and 4th
.f LOTHES FOR THlE COLL zGE MAN9

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you'll think so when
you see the way Benzol
cleaning restores t h e
freshness to your sweater.
The only cleaning method
that leaves no sticky film
on garments.
GOLM AN

Will present her Original Character Sketches at 8:15 Mon-
day, April 7, at the Whitney Theatre,
Order tickets from Mrs. Sunderland, 1510 Cambridge
Road. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope for return
of tickets.
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00

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Have you bought
your Easter Cards?

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One of the best ways to get into the real
Easter spirit is to select the cards of
beauty and sentiment that are to take
your Easter greetings to your friends.
We have so many styles for you to
choose from, with such a wide variety of
verses, that you can be sure each one will
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