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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1920

THE MIC HIGANt DA-I:.'

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SCHOOLMASTERS PLAN'
FINAI ARRAUflFFNTS

Pilot Makes Test Of Parachute Device
Designed To Prevent Airplane Crashes

I I I>II 11 i EEII'lIiL. I 1 J *~.rr" ;
FOR CONVENTION IiRE x
EYNOTE OF CONFERENCE
WIL BE REVISION OF
CURRICULA (
LARoE NUMBER REGISTERS
Other Organizations Will Also
Meet Friday And Exhibits
Will Be Maintained
With more than 1500 registra- ..<t '
tions already received, arrange- f
meonts for accomrodating the 4000....... .:;,":..... .
expected guests at the sixty-fourth
-meeting of the Michigan School-
masters' club in session here Thurs-
lay, Friday, and Saturday are now>
matured. There were 3800 teach-
ers who attended last year's meet- : . r "
Ings.
The session will be opened Thurs-
day afternoon at a preliminary;
business meeting, followed by a
conference on the relations be-
tween high schools and the Uni- I Disastrous crack-ups of airplanes
i'esity. The reception and annual resulting from the engine going
dinner will be Thursday night, at cold in mid-air and the plane fall-_
which President Clarence Cook Lit-. .
tle will deliver his address of wel- ng will soon be a thing of the past
come. Inasmuch as the keynote if the above pictured airplane-par-
of the convention is curricula re- achute proves a success. In the
vision, it is anticipated that Presi- test shown here, the plane suffer-'
dent Little will also speak about ed only a broken landing gear and
this problem. a damage propellor. A wind of
An all-state symphonyiorchestra BOARD IN CONTROL
and achorus will furnish amu
sical program scheduled also for EXTENDS TIMEJ
Thursday night, to follow the ban-
quet and reception. Owing to requests for an exten-
The annual convocation Friday sion of time 'for the football pro-8
morning will be addressed by Hen- gram cover design competition in-i
ry Turner Bailey, of the Cleveland augurated by the Board of Controls
School of Art, on "The Importance of Athletics, the date for the finala
of the Arts in Education". acceptance of entries will be Mays
Friday morning and afternoon 1. Three cash prizes, $50 for the
will be devoted almost exclusively winner, $35 for second place, anda
to conferences centering around $15 for third place, and two honor-c
the specific subject matter of able mentions will be awarded byt
courses of instruction. Included the Board.o
among these are the English con- The object of the competition isC
ference, which will deal with the to obtain an attractive and well de-
revision of their curricula, and also signed program cover, avoiding ifv
with certain phases of library possible the time-worn 'plunginga
work. The history meeting con- half-back," for the two gamesb
sist in a discussion of social sci-
ences, and in the afternoon the'
joint conference of the Michigan
Historical association will assemble.
A research conference on pro-, CO R N W ELL
blems of education will be con-
ducted under the chairmanship of
Professor Schorling. Various mat-
ters of psychology and adapability Scranton, P
will be dealt with at that time.
Simultaneous with these regular Kentucky and W
sessions of the Michigan School-
masters' club, will be the meetings Solvay and
of various affiliated organizations.
These are, among others, the Mich-,
*an Association of Collegiate Reg-
istrars, the Michigan High School'
Debating league, the State Associa-
tion of Elementary School Princi- This business has b
pals, and the State Federation of
Teachers' clubs. With the excep- since it was establis
tion of the meeting of the regis- "giving absolute s
trars, which will be on Saturday custoniers." We be
morning, their meetings will be business in a frien
held on Friday, and will concern
matters chiefly connected with think so too, let
their peculiar interests, rather than
with the general theme of the con-
Vocation.
In conjunction with the meet- l
irngs of the teachers, various ex-
hibits will be maintained, includ- COR NW ELL
ing those of textbooks and mental
tests presented by the educators. OFFICE, CORN
Phi Delta Kappa will also hold its
initiation, at which time Dean M. Phone.Office : 45,-V4
E. Haggerty, of the School of Edu-
cation, Universiy of Minnesota,
will speak.

TALAMON ;ANNOUNCES
ANUAL FRENH PLAY
"Miquette Et Sa Mere" Is Title Of
Comedy To Be Presented By
Cercle Francais
CAST REHEARSING DAILY

Todd To Head Drive
For AirCamp Fund
Stanton W. Todd, '30, varsity
cheer leader, has been chosen di-
drive sponsored by the Student
rector of the annual Fresh Air
Christian association. The drive
is an appeal to the student body
for funds to support the University
Fresh Air camp at Lake Patterson,
Michigan. The drive this year is
set for May 12, and a canvass of
the fr-ternities and sororities will
be made several days before.
Over $8,000 is needed for the proj-
ect. The Boys' club of Detroit has
agreed to contribute $2,000, the
goal for the student drive is $3,000
I nd the rest will be contributedby
the alumni and faculty of the
IUniversity.

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Announcement of the twenty-I
. csecond anni ,1 French play, to be
:. :presented by members of the Cercle
Francais at 8:15 o'clock Thursday
evening, M~ay 2inMms theater,
was made yesterday by Prof. Rene
Talamon, of the department of Ro-i
m..nce languages. "Minquette EtI
S .Mere"-"Miquette and Her
Mother" is the title of this year's
Iplay, he said.
: :, :r p.' Thesplay,da three-act comedy,
was first presented in Paris in
1906. Its author are the two well
known French dramatists, Robert
de Flers and G. A. De Caillavet.
Cercle Francais presented it once
before, April 27, 1916, with Adele
2t Crandall and M irie Cornwell in the
x. *::}t title roles.
The story of the play concerns a
French girl of the village of Cha-
rather high velocity was blowing i teau-Thierry, whose w i d o w e d
when the test was made, it is re- mother keeps a tobacco shop. A
ported, and as the huge bag un- strolling actor fires the girl with
folded itself and bellied out into an ambition for the stage and gives
the air, the plane briefly swung his Paris address. A count living
back forth through wide and ir- ne rby frequents the shop and
regular arcs, but soon straightened falls in love with Miquette but is
out and floated evenly down to- torn from her by his irate uncle,
ward the earth, where it landed the Marquis, who is in turn en-
gently. thralled by the girl's charms. The
'Marquis plans to marry off the
OF A THLE TICS count and court the girl himself,
LIMIT ON CONTEST and the girl is made to doubt the
count's love and goes to Paris under
which are to be played here on the t bco ton acthe Marquis, there
afternoon of September 28, accord- The play continues to develop in
ing to the announcement by spon- the I rquis Parisian apartments
sors of the contest. Students in where, it is reported, many trying
any college or school of the Univer- situations arise before the final
sity may compete, and the designsr happy ending.
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