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e Scares New Dea' Prominent Men Students Are Urged 12,000 School Students Listen
T o (hare For Co~ s , .
Will Address t ,remverst auu 1 roacst

More than 12,000 listeners to Uni-
versity broadcasts were reported by
42 of the 92 schools replying to the
questionaire sent out by Prof. Waldo
Abbot, director of broadcasting, in
an effort to determine the extent
to which the radio was used in Mich-
igan schools. The remaining 50
schools failed to give any estimate
of the number of their listeners, the
report of the season's work by Pro-
fessor Abbot reveals.
The largest single school using the
University educational broadcasts was
Eastern Junior High of Pontiac with
a total of 3,000 listeners. Next in line
was the Alma Public School with 2,-
400 listeners. In the list of schools
replying to the questionaire, 74 stated
that they are equipped with radio,
while in 18 the pupils go elsewhere
to listen to the programs. Only 13
schools reported that they did not
make use of the University programs.
With nearly 5,000 requests for
copies of the talks given, some indi-
cation of the popularity of the differ-
ent programs can be gained, Profes-

sor Abbot points out in his report.
The school programs and the music
instruction lessons given by Prof.
Joseph E. Maddy proved the most
popular with 1,588 and 1,555 requests
respectively. The most popular series
was the vocational guidance group of
talks with 413 requests for them. More
than 45 schools asked that the series
be repeated next year, while 41 schools
asked that a group of healt h talks be
given also.
The most popular single talk in the
light of the requests received for it,
was Prof. Raleigh Schorling's discus-
sion of "Technique in Teaching Dull
Pupils."
TO VISIT PLANT
An inspection trip to the manufac-
turing plant of Frederick Sterns and
Co., E. Jefferson St., Detroit, will be
made today by students in the Col-
lege of Pharmacy. Forty or fifty
future pharmacists will visit the plant.
in the afternoon. This will be fol-
lowed by a banquet, and later a
theatre.

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