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PLANS FOR TEACHERS' MEETING ARE PROGRESSING

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Plans for thie sixty-fourth meet- Egan Association of Collegiate Reg-
Ing of the. Mic:1 gait Schoolmasters' istrars, the Michigan. High School
club and affiliated organizations, Debating league, the Michigan His-
which will be held in 'Ann Arbor torical association, -the "State Asso-
April 25, 26. and 27, are rapidly ap- ciation of Elementary School Prin-
proaching maturity. The program cipals, and the State Federation of
for the three-day session has been Teachers clubs will hold sessions
completed, and only details of ac-'smlaeosy
comodations remain yet to be com- Notable 'among the speakers willl
pleted. be Henry Turner Bailey, of the
In addition to the meetings of Cleveland School of Art, who will
the Schoolmasters' club, the Mich- address the annual convocation at

11 o'clock, April 26th, Min illaai
toriuim. His sibject will be '"the
Importance of the Arts in Educa-
tion."V
Among other Well known educa-
tors who are scheduled to speak at
the various meetings are: J. A.
Craig, of Muskegon, president of
the Michigan Schoolmasters' club,
Dean M. IK Haggerty, of the School
of Education at the University of
Minnesota.

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Leaping almost straight up into ing a tail-spin test. Safety slots,
the air, this Curtiss Hawk plane, seen in the upper part of the wings,
piloted ;by Lieutenant Carl S. IHar- are believe capable of automati-
per, navy flier, starts on a trial tally righting the plane after it has
flight at* Philadelphia before mak- gone into a tail-,spin.
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