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September 28, 1932 - Image 2

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Washtenaw County Politicians Annual Parent Vander elde Publi
Church Histor
Busy as Election Approaches Education Meet 'The Presbyterian Chu
the Federal Union," byP
By NORMAN KRAFT county, date to Mihener's lack of .ere Nov 3-5 G.yVanderVelde of the -
partment, has been publis]
As the last month of the 1932 cam- popularity in wet and veteran cir- -- - Harvard University Press.
paign approaches, Ann Arbor and Iles. Michener's high position in the Professor VanderVelde'
Washtenaw county political circles House, however, will enhance his Ind4itiie Is Sponsored by the thirty-third volume it
are humming with an activity un- chances.
paralleled in their history. Young Men's Club Active - .h. Dion of which is sponso
For the first time in recent years, The newly-organized Young Men's ij Versity history department of Ha
the Republicans are. not confident of Republican Club is waging an inten- _i sty.
carrying Washtenaw in at least nine- sive campaign, visiting every section The third annual Parent Educa- versi y.
tenths of the races. The Democrats, of the county, both crbtncandtrurbanand rualn tion Institute will be held at the Un- vaThe book deals with the
like teir fellows in other parts of The Democratic counter-organiza- ersityNov. 3, 4, and 5, it was an- vaious Presbyterian en
the state and nation, display an op- tion, the Jefferson Club, has decided eyto the problems of the
timism amounting nearly to prema- to do its work in conjunction with pounced yesterday at the office of and reconstruction period
ture jubilation, The Republicans, the regular Democratic orgazation. The institute which is sponsored of few books on organi2
however, are not giving up without In the contests for county offices, the Extension Division in co-oper- in America written by lf
a fight and they are sure that there the vote is expected to run ClOs5, .a lon with the Michigan Congress of Professor VanderVelde
will be no such thing as a Demo- with the possible exception of the Parents and Teachers and the School ond member of the histc
cratic landslide in the country. sheriff's race. Jacob Andres, the in- of Education, has on its program ment whose work has a
All Loeial Men Eliminated cumbent, polled a large vote in the speeches by several leaders in the the Harvard Historical
The primary election resulted in primary, capitalizing on his work in fields of psychiatry, education, and book by Prof. A. L. Cross.
the elimination of all Ann Arbor's the famous Torch Murder case. The parent-teacher relations, according
candidates for state and national of- race for the office of judge of probate to DrC. C A. Fisher, assistant director TYPEWRITERS
fices with the exception of William is expected to run particularly close, of the Extension Division
Comstock, Democratic gubernator- the incumbent, Jay G. Piay, of Whit- Dr. W. E. Blatz, of the University
ial nominee, who made Ann Arbor more Lake, facing the determined of Toronto, will speak on the sub- eixw o on NOS
his residence in August, moving here opposition of William Murray of Ann ject "Why Should a Child Conform?"
from Detroit. Horatio Abbott's de- Arbor, former occupant of the bench. at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at 8
feat has taken little emphasis from Murray achieved the apparently im- t. A, Nov. 3. The lecture will ber
the congressional fight while the de- possible by defeating Ernst Wurster, open to the public.
feat of the three Ann Arbor candi- former holder of a number of im _--
dates on the Republican side of the portant city and county posts. -
ledger was expected. John Lehr of Nellie Taylor Ross to Speak ---
Monroe, the Democratic opponent of The principal speaker to be sent to
Earl Michener fo the seal in the Ann Arbor by the Democratic Na-
House, is expected to poll a large tional committee is Nellie Taylor-
vote, if he does not carry Washtenaw Ross, former governor of the state H undre S-dn s

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