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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1932.

Educationb ody Meets Aondayl

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[iUIOUT WEEK X

the journalism department, will
speak on "Civic Leadership and
the Press." Prof. H. 0. Whitemore,
of the department, of landscape de-

Prints, Water Colors
Displayed by Faculty

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Talks to Be Given by Prominent
Fatuly Members in Daily
Sectional Meetings.
Registration in the lobby of the
Women's league at 9 o'clock Mon-
day mcrning will open a week's
program of the Institute of Adult
Education sponsored by the Uni-
versity of Michigan extension divi-
sion and the Michigan State Fed-
eration of Women's Clubs, May 23
to 28.
The program, as announced by
Mrs. W. D. Henderson, general
chairman, will be opened by a gen-
eral sesison from 11 o'clock to noon
Monday, in which Dr. James D.
Bruce, vice-president of the Uni-
versity and director of the depart-
ment of postgraduate medicine, will.
speak on "The University and the
State." The meeting -:ill be held
in the Lydia- Mendeissohn theatre.
Fisher to Speak.
Dr. Charles A. Fisher, assistant
director of the extension division,
will speak at the second general
,,ession at 1 :30 o'clock. His sub-
jet will be "The University and
Adult Education."
At 2:30 o'clock sectional meet-
ings will be held, at which Prof.
o. J. Campbell, of the English de-
partment, will address the dramas
section, and Prof. James K. Pollock,
jr., of the political science depart-
Mnent, will address the international
relations section.
At- 4 o'clock there will be a tea
at. President Ruthven's home.
Henderson to Be Heard. [

sign, and Dr. Nathan Sinai, of the Three exhibitions are being shown
medical school, will lead the sec- daily in the lower hall show cases
t ional meetings. of the Architectural building where
they will continue for several days.
Adams to Talk. A collection of 16 charcoals,
Dr.Ranolp G.Adms'dircto p rnts, and water colors by Her-
Dr. Randolph G. Adams, director nbt Taylor Lewis. well-known Chi-
of the William L. Clements library, cago artist, is included. Lewis, the
will address the afternoon general son of Dr. E. H. Lewis of the Chi-

session on "The Washington Bi-
centennial." Folowing this will be
,he second sectional meeting which
will be directed by Harry Allen, of
the speech department, and Prof.
C. F. Remer, of the economics de-
partment.
At 3:30 o'clock the delegates will
be conducted on tours around the
,ampus. One group will visit the,
University hospital and the Simp-
son Memorial institute, and will!
have tea at Mosher-Jordan halls.
Another group will go to the Law-
yer'.s club and the elementary
school, and will have tea at Mar-
tha Cook dormitory. A third
group will see the General library,
the William L. Clements library,
and the University museum, and
will have tea at Helen Newberry
residence.
After a business meeting at 9 o'-
clock on Saturday morning, the
convention will adjourn.

ago Art institute, has traveled and
studied in Europe.
Another collection is a group of
prints and water colors by faculty
members of the art department of
the Architectural school.
The last of these exhibits is a
collection of more than 15 figure
studies in crayon and oils, by Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Bittinger.

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QUINCY, Ill., May 20.-(R')-Little
"Daniel Mouse" today was rechris-
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It conquered a whole collection of
rattlesnakes in a downtown store
display window.
Daniel, a tiny rodent captured in
the store by amateur naturalists,I
was put in a cage containing 12'
reptiles, owned by Wesley Minear,
high school biologist.

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C. E. Browning constituted a one-
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obtained an official permit to stage
a parade but nobody fell in line.
will be held in Hill auditorium in
memory of the late president of the
'state federation, Mrs. C. L. Thomp-
son.
Edith Thomas Will Lecture.

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division. Following the general Raphael, director of the depart-
session at 10:30 o'clock will be the ment of mental hygiene, wil direct
sectional meetings. These will be the sectional meetings.
conducted -by Dr. Charles A. Sink, Prof. Thomas H. Reed, of the po-
president of the School of Music, litical science department, will
bnd Dr. F. A, Coller, director of the speak on "The University and Citi-
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director of physical education for of the history department, will di-
women, will speak on "The Univer- rect the sectional meetings. At 6:30
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conducted by Professor Campbell of President Ruthven and Mrs.
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