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EFFINGER WILL BE PRINCIPAL SPEKER FIREMEN ATTEMPT TO REViNE YED'S VORTOS SASE \IJN v TALK
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AT SIXTYFOURTHANNUAL CONFERENCE
m a p5 F r e s . Ab r , f
OF MICHIGAN SCHOQLASERS LU
Noted Educators to Discuss Requirements and the College of
College Requirements and engineering"
High School Trainiig. rofessional Meetings Friday. n:>
p The administrative teachers' con-
WILL START TrMRkO, a erence, meeting under the chair-t4
manship of Forrest D. Averill, of
Carrothers to Speak on Study Fordson High School, Dearborn, will
Preparation Offered by tpea 'series of 24 professionxal con- y
State Schools. feences on F riday, April 25. In or-
Lus. y s ydyr tob secure a wider field of opin-
Dean John C . ECfhnger of the lit- ion, Harry C. McKown, faculty
secredme mber of the University of Pitts-"
eraryrcollege has beenhsecuredcas lnr
aro ll ha ee c as burgh, has been secured to addressyJ . -
principal speaker to open thosix- tneassefbly on ,Extracuricular
ty-fourth annual session of the Activities." T. Luther Purdodi- ."b s t
Michigan Schoolmasters' Club, ac-! rector of the University bureau of i
cordingntoravance rmantio appointments, wil ,urepreent local
steachers; h l subject will be . x-
sued yesterday in bulletin form by tracurricular Activities in Relation
Louis P. Jocelyn, secretary-treasur- to Scholarship.";,tTehr'
who cncurr tiy At the. gathering of the agricual- IIE
ert.Club, tural aid rural school educations
announced the full three-day con- ," 3 ' {ce
conferiiceo led'by J. 'H. Kif-
ference program to begin tomorrow paSter of AePipapers on "Unitrs
afternoon. Dean Effinger will dis- Teaching"s allObLecetives of the
BDlig iltk h omo eaturedn thA ricgtreainHighe hare bdes{f-h unres:f ie" cim.
cuss Entrance Requirements from Depa>.mont ofA GIVENuPtFESSin.Hig.
the Point of View of the Liberalr choo es will e re'd HeCr-, imea
nd us, of esdern ate nTWeachers'
Arts, College' rCollege, will nread an informalpa- Scenes of tragedy, comparable ony to those recalled in the Iroquois theatre fire at Chiago, were a
Tl opening conierence of the peroi h 2"MyPhilosophy of Agricul- common occurrenc yesterday as firemen and rsciirs attenntedl to revive hundreds of stricken prisoners
Club, to be held at 2:30 o'clock to- tural Education."!o o the Ohio State penitentiary in Coummus following theworst disaster in years. The picture shows efforts
morrow afternoon in Roomn C, Law 'iShser Will Lectuire.I on the part of the rescue parties to keep alive whatever tiny spa k ofI life might have been left in the
Building, will take the form of a Featured on the progra of the charred Bodies of the hundreds of fire victims.
general discussion on college en- at conference isrJeangPullusserel eg-ntm.rr-w Registr atn ___
trance requirements; special en- . .wll.known.artist, and gprofessor ofeWOMmAN GIVEN PROFESSOnmSHdP.
phasis will be placed on new views art in.thepSchool of ArchitctnreeaeFaRs iti yIendS.aion,
adpd on his questioonby lead- i d i a e l itoOpen Soon in Ui WISCONSIN - Professorship in
ing colleges throughout the corun- Teinbdencies in Modern Painting,"io Cn Ons AT 'American history wil be held by a
try, and a special time period will at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in The1 I I1r11 ra lyp Registration for the annual ten-
proper high school curricula in j will be the only speaking number I wib tei This is made possible by the su-
be dievotedito cnserat ion, of lni Monriale Hall.. nce tii L Le hL at IU IHI mhisey swimnsoredhi byn tthe ooawthiE thetfwyas
training the student sor a univer- kt the conference, arrangements e ne e hs wil begin tomorrow morning at
sity course of study. With the aim ive been made for a large atten- c s o the desk in the natatorium, ac- preme court's . opinion ephoor
yof gcin.ghthelaubjectoby hon-edAce. halThe in r f coingay an t aneuna nt madesthe willethesoate F
sideration of the various degrees f. "Me Reporton the Educational, in nla lstigt by Leoard S dWilon , i n wo d h
grgae t mhistory here. Her will provides
study preparation provided in city Material from the Department of i at Evanston. 31, chairman of the house com-
clock~~~~~~o aatudoymarnngsnposmtonfrtne$m6ectre0andinfrm-
a d rural high schools in the state diConservation Which May beAvaila- f hittee.
he re u . Cartther, Dircto r of s rer be fo rUs"e in iol otian P - ' ,Final local elim ination con tests
mieing th Unpectin of2H-gh. resw beonofthe ots". for the Northern Oratorical compe- ng entering are asked to state the Rg Mt
Schools, has been engaged to speak ing papers to be given at the bio- d
Ja therQpeni g R general session, on logical conference b T. L. Han-; tition will be held at 5 o'clock thisBdy theyywillbeginio swna whe. PORTALE
Cri -n "Hghconharykinson of Michigan State Normalnm afternoon in one of the speech so-theynsignfortTYPEWRITERS
tr m fern s iFrhn enarhtL n- desk. Rules provide that not more We heap s. C
Schools Accredited by the Universi- College. "Anaerobic Respiration in ciety rooms on the fourth floor of than one-half mile may be swum e have allrmakes
tsy of Michigan." Higher Plants," is one of the inter-
T'' Met Sturday ornig. etingu discuions to ben coced Angell hall. The winner of the l- day and that entrants must Corona, Underwood
Cayng l thoghhey Popenin b F.rGnGustafson,rosscter nteca ccontest will compete in the in- swim at least a quarter mile dailyColored dco finishes. Price $60.
C r W yi ho f t e l e eb y e u - F .s p rG r . dci n gn t e d s e - f r h a s e a a i n a d a
I{without stopping.Th fiste
:iscussion on entrance require- i botany department. tercollegiate finals to be ield at e te warted n d y (a D MOR tILL
ments, the Michigan Association of Miss Mary E. Armstrong, of O- Evanston on May 2. als34Sot
Collegiate Registrars, meeting at 10 vet College, will lead te classical The four who will compete in the I
oclock S aturday morning in Room conference in lectures and informal r ty
2225,ngell w H alwl lsur arsh m-dresdiscussions omh".hdse Classics ands final here today are Nathan Levy, ,
he results of a survey made or-Ith Moderns" "Vfr et" giyniaPn Wan ''31, who will speak on "An Amein Christian Science
he scholastic records of freshmen derings," and "ews "ulletins of can Tradition," Eva Hesling, '31,
ntering the University in 1928-29. Recent Archaeological Discoveries". whose address is entitled, "To Be, CereSn
Ruth A. Brown, of the Bureau of The latter paper, to be accompan-
Jniversity Research, will read a re- Iled by slide illustrations, has been Not to Seem," Tomas V. LoCicero,
port on "High School and First Se- preparedtby Prof. Benjamin D. Mer- '31, whose topic will be "The Ital-
mester Records of Freshmen En- nzt of the department of Latin and lnMsdeto,"an Feeo A 72-page essay discussing the posiion of Christian
ering Twenty Colleges and Univer- Greer. The c4assi- " 1 conference in 1oshs31ewi wl n
aties in Michigan in the Autumn of accord with. its annual tradition' at i~escDelu'31, wheil speakonre Science in modecrn thought, with reference especially to
928". The outcome of the experi- ; Club conventions, has been allowed"TeIlge Thsparswe physical science; to the Fundamentalist-Modernist cotro- 1
mnt will be given by Prof. Clif- to bring a University lecturer for chosen in a preliminary contest be-# versy; to philosophy and psychlogy.
ord Woody, of the college of eu-ins rogram. Acting on the dispen- fore the Easter vacation, and all Aeetwie nReaiiyhssi,"Tesuff
ation, prepared for the pogadins-iothe conference has secured havebeenactievinfornsiccir- thdniTrse ssmudfstff.
a. progress report on "The Plan of IProf: Marbury B. Ogle, of Ohio State jhv enatv nfrni i- . tt nvresiwnn tf.
co-operative Treating of College University,, to , Oli*e two letures dles. Boesche and Levy have beenThtitepris unrlngCitanSec-
Freshmen." on 'Virgil, the Prcophet of a 'Sa- m'embers of the varsity debating
Among other University faculty iour," and "Cicero 'and Christiani- team for two years, while LoCicero, that Mind conceives and its concepts become visible (for
nen who will appear on programs ty" was alternate on the team this se- 11 example, Mind conceives trees and trees are visibly p resent.)pekr
luring the sessions on entrance re-OteSpaesLtd.etr.MsHsinhs been a
iurements is Ira M. Smith, Unver- "ThherScience of Speech," by Prof. ime ember ofisthe womns debatingI' Is modern 'science moving towards Christian Science?
ity registrar, who will deliver, be- J. H. Muyskeng, of the deartment team for~ the past year. The mem- rc 0cns otad
ore the state Association of Regis- of general linguistics, "New Ph ases bers of the speech department will jand' _____rtonth__rteeig_________y__S.__o__tsugeote__tet________ddes__drsto___or 230Drb S.,Bekle, alf
;illed by that organization on per- Wesern R:erve Eiversity, adjrow......................................
onnel work. A view of the ques- "'The Theatre and the School," by - - ____---__ ___= -_

ONSPANISH THIP
Professor Will escribe aJotney
Abroad in Si'xth Lcture
'of Cercie Francals.
Delivering his talk i the form
of an illustrated travelogue, Prof.
Herbert A. Kenyon, of the romance
languages department, will give
the sixth lecture in the Cercle
Francais series at 4:15 today in
room 231 Angell hall.
Professor Kenyon will mescribe a
trip he made through Spain iring
the second semester and the sum-
mei of 1926. He will treat the sub-
ject of his travels in a general
manner, without emphasizing any
particular point of view.
The lecture will be illustrated
with lantern slides, some of which
w er-e made from pictures which
Professori Kenyon took himself.
Admission is by season ticket to
the Cercle Francais series, or by
single tickets procurable at the
door.
N.U.SUMMER
UNIVERSITY
"By the shore of Lake Michigan"
High scholarship standards - Beautiful
location - Moderate climate - Unusual
opportinities for recreation-Oganized
trips and excursions.
Liberal Arts
Graduate School
Schoo lofEducation June 23August 1s
School of Commuerce
School of Journalism
School of Music
School of Speech June 23-August I.
School ofLa A Junie 23August23
G Te School of Education
Wide kRange of Courses. Courses. spe-
ciallydesig ned for Superintendents, Prin-
cipals, Supervisors, Deans,Advisers, and
Teachers ri HighS chools, Elementary
Schools and 'Teatchers of Special Subjects.
Faculty. Regular Staff supplemented by
members of faculties of other Univer-
sities and distinguished Public School
ITeaches and Adinistrators.
Graduate work. Special attention
given to the needs of Graduate students
and experienced teachers, supervisors, and
administratoris.
For bulIletin, address
T~he D1irector of the Summer Session
133 University Hal, Evanston, III
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PRISONER? ESCAPES
IN OHIODISAS TER
(BfY lsctc r's
COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 22.-
IOnly one convict escaped at Ohio
penitentiary followillg Monday
night's appalling fire, ilt was report-
ed today.
Michael Born, 32, sent uip from.
Wood ,county in 1929 to serve 1 to
15 years for burglary, was riecorded
as missing from the hospital, where
he was treated Monday night.
After an inspection of the prison
failed to disclose Born, officials ex-
pressed the belief he disguised
himself and escaped out the main
door.

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