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Jniversity To Speech Laboratory Is Axble CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
H old Institute To Cure Many Voice Def e c t s
proper coupon only. For the Pon Here Nov.1,2,3 By SHERWIN GAINES proved to be quite a difficult task.
selle concert use coupon number 1. Out of 3.056 men and women who Through persistent effort of those in
To avoid confusion and misunder- 3the laboratory she has learned to as-
standings, members of the audience P a r e n t s And Teachers have recently taken Health Service sociate names of objects to such an
who leave the auditorium during in- Wi B Addressy examinations 87 were found to have extent that she now has the vocabu-,
termissions will please present their speech impediments and are now lary to talk fluently, but. of course,
ticket stubs to the attendants at the Outside Speakers under observation in the speech lab- not perfectly. Since she cannot hear
door when re-entering the auditor- oratory fo correction, according to heelf tai her pronunciation is at
ium. Adult education and school finance PraorfohneH. ionkansotesectimes quite indistinct, but this is rem-
- Prf. Jhn H Muykensof te spechedied by talking at the back of her I
Taxi cabs and private cars may will be two of the major topics for department who is in charge of the hand which has been found to be so:
use the entrances on both the Thayer I discussion at the fifth annual Parent- dpr.estnstic hat sheen copre
and Ingalls Street sides of the build-IEducation Institute to be held here work.-main Henry Moser of the can comprehend
ing. Traffic and parking in front of Nov. 1, 2, and 3 under the auspices of speech depatient and r. iIde Sho- M ronounciation, according to M
the auditorium will be prohibited. the University and the Michigan Con-s
The Box Office will open at 7:00 gress of Parents and Teachers. hara are carrying on the experi- Another somewhat extreme case
ments, giving the subjects aptitude was that of a young boy fronm Adrian,
o'clock. Single admissions $1.00, Out-of-state speakers will mclude tests of pthysiological values, studying who, when first placed under ob;erva-
$1.50, $.000-Season tickets, $5.00, Dr. Caroline Hedger, of the Elizabeth reflexes, and the breathing rate in tion, could utter but one syllable
$Th00, $8.50, $10.00. tMcCormic Memorial Fund, Chicago, relation to the heart. every 4; seconds. At the present time
The Ann Arbor Police Department, who will speak on "The Parent as a After recording and a thorough an- however, through rhythmical tappin
the Buildings and Grounds Division of Person." Dr. LeRoy E. Bowman, of the alysis of function is made, a course of of his hands and feet he is rapidly
the University, and the University Child Study Association of America, so-called re-education in speech s improving, at present being able to
Musical Society, will appreciate the New York City, will give three talks, carried on both individually and in
sympathetic co-operation of the pub- My Experience with Study Groups groups by graduate students interest- rpea t o rrst a tm
lic in these matters, in New York City," "The Home as the d Through frequent questioning and a I
Chief Educational Influence in the ed in this field of work. great effort on his part he told of the
Life of the Child," and "The Home A number of terestg cases that summer camp which is run by the
and the Community ' were i progress about the laboratory speech department for concentration
Events Today C were noted, two of them being out- on serious cases of speech impediment.
Friday evening will be devoted to standing and unusual as Professor About 16 boys attend this camp
Chemical Engineering Seminar: discussion of plans for financing the Muyskens pointed out. The first during the summer months, coming
Professor D. W. McCready will be the schoOls of the State. Dr. Eugene B. example was that of a young girl from all parts of the United States. At
speaker at the Seminar at 4 p.m., Elliott of the State department of about 12 years of age who, at child- this camp graduate students from the
Room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg.,,on the sub- public instruction will be chairman. birth, was deaf and dumb. The de- University work coistantly on the
ject "Mehanim ofDry'ing Under School executives from various citiesUnvriywkcosatynth
ject, "Mechanism ofdin in the State will participate. partment has been so successful with subjects, studying case frequency as
Non-Adiabatic Conditions." this particular subject that she now well as rehabilitating their speech.
Thursday Mrs. D. W. Stewart, pres- can interpret with very little difficulty I In commenting on this case, Pro-
The Education Club announces to ident of the Michigan Congress of by watching the muscular action of fessor Muyskens explained, "As you
those interested in modern education- Parents and Teachers, will head a the lips. see ofir method of approach to the
al affairs an open meeting at 7:30 conference on "The Part the Home Overcoming her dumbness, however, correction of speech defects is by re-E
in the Elementary School Library. Dr. Should Play in Parent Education," - - ---- habilitating the lower reflexes and
Clarence Yoakum, Vice-President of while Mrs. Fred M. Raymond of Virginia Nimmo, Mary Neal, Marion gradually integrating them with
the University and Director of Edu- Grand Rapids, will point out the role Peterson, Elizabeth Roe, Barbara higher reflexes in order to develop
cational Investigation will speak on of the school in parent education. Smith, Barbara Spencer, Allison Ten- phasic control."
the schools that he visited this sum- At a Saturday luncheon Dr. Paul F. ant, Lillian Thompson, Dorothy The majority of laboratory cases,
mer in Germany. Voelker, State superintendent of pub- Vale Julia Ann Wilson, Ruth Wolfer, however, are those afflicted with what
lic instruction, will slSeak on "The eoirs o nlya kno wn a s st uttering
-r, 4? :,,,,-1-_ ,JHelen Woodward, Lois Zimmerman. E is commonly known as "stuttering"
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Goals of Education.
Saturday morning Dr. James B. Ed-
monson, dean of the School of Edu-
cation, will speak on "A Program forl
Unemployed Youth," while Orin W.
Kaye, director of work-relief in edu-
cation, Lansing, will discuss the pre-I
sent opportunities for extending thel
scope of formal instruction.
ness may be completed before the
Publicity Committee of the League:
Important meeting at 4:00 p.m. in the
Undergraduate Offices. All members
must be present.
Theosophical Club (Point Loma)
will hold its public study class at 8
p.m., Michigan League chapel, com-
mencing the study of 'Karman' the
Law of Consequences. All are wel-
National Student League meets at
7:30 p.m., Room 304, the Union. Rev-
erend Marley of the'Unitarian Church
will lead a discussion on Negro dis-
crimination. A report will also be
m a d e concerning discrimination
against Negroes by the University.
Members and all those interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Michigan Dames: The Dramatic
group will meet at the Michigan
League at 8 p.m. All members in-
Notice: There will be a meeting at
the League at 5 o'clock for the fol-
lowing women. The names of ab-
sences willtbe dropped from the list
of those interested in the Children's
Theatre. Another list will appear
next week; this will contain the names
of those who handed activities cards
Marie Abbot, Margaret Annas,
Florence Bingham, Mildred Bosma,
Janet Brackett, Mary Jane Brother-
ton, Barbara Coventry, Dorothy Wik-
el, Billie Faulkner, Betty Goutre-
mont, Margaret Guest, Jane Hall,
Edith Hamilton, Helen Haxton, Janet
Keppler, Mary L. Kessberger, Kath-
erine Kirwan, Margretta Kollig, Ber-
tine Lehman, Marguerite Merkel,
________ v w which now can be completely cured
Coming Events by persistent effort.
Observa'tory Journal Club will meet
at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday, Observa- Annual Report
tory lecture room. Tea will be served
at 4:00. Dr. Heber D. Curtis will talk°
on, - "A Nautical Almanac of 647 Em e m
nesearc a , O
Iota Alpha: The first meeting of
Iota Alpha for the Fall will be held
on Thursday, Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m., in the ]ManyPapers Are listed;
Seminar Room 3201-3205 on the 3rd
floor, north wing, of the East Engi- Summary Of Those InI
neering Building. Professor W. H. Press Also GiVeu
Worrell will address the members and
guests on "The Strange Case of Announcement of the annual re-
Muhammad." This is an open meet-
ing to which all graduate students in port of the department of engineering
engineering are cordially invited. research was made yesterday by Prof.
Charles W. Good, assistant director
Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting Thurs- of the department. The report in-
day at the Union will be at 6 p.m.;cludes a list of the 28 papers pub-
instead of at noon. All actives, ub
alumni, faculty, and associate mem-I lished by the department during the
bers are cordially invited to attend year and also a summary of the
T "id members of the Michigan delegation,
U~niversitV Bird most important of which will be those
by Dr. Van Tyne and Mr. Brodcrob.
Experts Go To Dr. Van Tyne, who is recognized
throughout the country as an author-
* , ity on bird life, has delivered several
Aaesuch treatises at previous conventions.
The delegation is expected back at
Headed by Dr. Josselyn Van Tyne, the end of this week or the' first of
curator of the bird division of the next week.
Museum of Zoology, University bird Playing
experts left yesterday for Chicago Now A L C
where they will attend the annual --//
session of the American Ornithologists
this supper meeting.
Transportation Club: Meeting,
Thursday, Oct. 22, at 7:30 p.m. in 1213
East Eng. Bldg. Prof. Bull will talk
on the Pennsylvania Railroad Electri-
fication Projects. Refreshments.
Varsity Glee Club: There will be a
smoker held at 7 o'clock in the Glee
Club rooms at the Union on Thursday,
Oct. 25. Will all Varsity Glee Club
men, and also those on the Waiting
List Club, please attend. There will
be no regular Wednesday meeting
for those men belonging to the Wait-
ing List Club.
Women Students: All women stu-
dents are invited to participate in the
Class Day Rally on Palmer Field,
Thursday, Oct. 25, at 4:15. Class
hockey games and an exhibition
game will be played. Refreshments
will be served at a nominal charge.
Please sign up at Barbour Gym or
the Field House.
Faculty Women's Club will hold the
opening reception Thursday, Oct. 25,
at 3 o'clock, Michigan League ball-
papers now in press or in prepara-
tion by members of the faculty.
The work of the engineering re-
search department is largely con-
cerned with problems of industrial
research submitted by commercial
concerns. The University supplies fa..
cilities and personnel, while industry
supplies the problems and the appro-
Since its establishment in October,
1920, the department has undertaken
about 1,000 projects for 850 different
concerns. These companies have an-
nually contributed to the cost of the
research approximately $100,000 a
year, amounting to a total of over a
million dollars. One indication of the
success of the work is the fact that
15 per cent of the clients have had
more than one project with the de-
The department was originally
founded to answer the need for a
correlation of the University's regular
academic training with the more
practical problems of modern indus-
trial activity. At first it was felt that
the problems submitted would consist
of testing or other routine work which
did. not seem desirable. However, the
results of 14 years of operation have
shown that concerns prefer to handle
Union for the coming week.
The others are: Pierce Brodcrob,
bird division assistant; Milton Traut-
man, assistant curator of fish and
noted bird expert; Thomas Henshaw,
associate in the bird division; and
Seth Benson, assistant curator of
Papers on various phasesrofd o e
search in bird life will be read by
routine work in their own plants, and
the problems submitted to the depart-
ment have been almost uniformly
those difficult problems which do not
yield to ordinary methods of attack.
All projects are handled under the
direction of the regular University
staffin the department orkdivision
best suited to carry on the work. M\~ost
of the projects have been carried out
in one of the engineering departments,
although there have also been com-
pleted projects in the departments of
physics, chemistry, botany, forestry,
pharmacology, and minerology.
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