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PAGE TWO
Adult Education
Institute Hears
Reeves Speik
1 R e ee H enderson, Barker
Le lure At Sessions 1Hef
Yesterday At League
(Continued from Page )
that should be put on the "must
list."
"Merrily We Roll Along," prob-
ably ne of'the outstanding plays of
the season was praised by Mrs. Hen
derson as being ingenious in plot and
scenery.
Mrs. Henderson concluded her
speech with a summary of the cuzr-
rent piays, recommending John
Haynes Holmes' new play titled "If
This Be Treason" as the best of the
p gifist offerings that are currently
egoying great popularity.

H IEMTCl1 AN ,DAMPY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1935.

Wins In Canada

Mrs. FOx Speaks
Mrs. Emma Fox, of Detroit, noted
parliamentary expert, gave a talk on
procedure for the conduct of meet-
ings of Women's Clubs. She illus-
trated her discussion with a copy of
a hand book for ascertaining con-
stitutionality of various measures
that might be brought up before a
meenr .The book consists of an
oppositey-ged constitution with
space fp Wendments and hb'-laws,
xin reference form.
M r c Fopened her talk with a
question period, and answered the
queries of several clubwomen. She
paced particular emphasis on the
correct meanings of four words -
"approve," "accept," "adopt," and
"resolve" and defined them legally.
S"e stressed the necessity for fore-
sight in the drafting of any consti-
titiox to summarize her talk, which
was given in the Mendelssohn
Theatre.
Seavy Water Expained
How the mysteries of heavy water
are rapidly becoming known to
science was explained by Prof. E. F.
Barker of the physics department in
the third lecture on the modern
scienc~e series given before the con-
vention. Professor Barker described
what hea.vy water is and does and
sumarized its history since its dis-
covery four years ago by Prof. Urey
of Columbia University.
Heavy water is a compound, said
Professor-Barker, which consists, like
water of two hydrogen atoms and
one oxygen atom. The difference, he
stated, is that in heavy water there is
contained a larger, heavier, atom of
hydrogen. Professor Barker re-
marked that a still "heavier" heavy
water is being experimented with at
present. .

-Associated Press Photo.
Le4 by iMackenzie King (above),
hamada's Iiberal prty swept back
into coitroj of the house of com-
mons with the most decisive elec-
tion victory in the country's his-
tory.
University Pt
10 Schools On
Accredited List
Ten more high schools of the upper
peninsula have been placed on ac-
credited standing by Prof. H. C.
Koch, director of the Bureau of Co-
opefation with Educational Insti-
tutions, who recently returned from
a tour of the district.
Accompanied by Ira M. Smith, reg-
lstrar, Mr. Koch spent the past week
visiting secondary schools in northern
M~ichigan and giving to each an ac-
crediting on the basis of his findings.
This year approximately 150 high
schools are to be visited, said Mr.
~och. Between 15 and 2 , on the list
hiave already been reported. Work-
ing in cooperation with the State De-
partment of Public Instruction at
Lansing, the bureau will divide the
total of 308 schools scheduled for ex-
amination this year.
Prof. Poch and Mr. Smith attended
the meeting of District 7 of the Mich-
igan Educational Association at Iron-
wood during their trip. Other mem-
bers of the University staff who were
present at the meeting were Prof.
Luther T. Purdom, director of the
Bureau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information, and Prof.
Thomas Diamond of the vocational
education department.
FAUST IS APPOINTED
To replace Harold D. Smith, di-
rector of the Michigan Municipal
League, who resigned because of
other pressing duties, William H.
Iraust, 605 Oxford Road, has been
appointed by Mayor Robert Campbell
as sixth ward supervisor for the re-
mainder of the present term.
-- Lsat Times Today
SHANGHAI" and
110D AN RHYTHM"1
Tomorrow and Saturday -
Captain E. A. Salisbury
presents
"GOW,
TlE HEAD-HUNTER"

Speed Record
Is Claimed By
Navy Aviators
New Seaplane Establishes
Non-Stop Mark; Ship Is
Experimental Craft
ALAMEDA, Calif., Oct. 16, -() -
A world distance record for seaplanes
was claimed today by six navy flyers
after a 3,387-mile non-stop flight
from Panama in a newly designed
ship.
The twin-motored craft, command-
ed by the navy's distance flyer,
Lieut. Comm. Knefler McGinnis,
glided to a landing here yesterday
34 hours and 51 minutes from Pana-
ma.
Commander McGinnis, who led a
navy squadron 2,399 miles from San
Francisco bay to Hawaii in 1934 said
he believed the flight from Panama
would better the seaplane distance
record held by Mario Spoffani, Ital-
ian flyer.
Spoflani's mark is 3,063 miles,
made in a flight last July from Mal-
falcone, Italy, to Bervera, British
Somaliland.
McGinnis explained the purpose of
his flight was "to establish a new
long distance record for seaplanes,
which I think we have done, and to
base the ship at San Diego."
To be considered as a record, the
mark must better the Italian's by
100 miles.
The seaplane is an experimental
craft which utilizes new principles
in design. It has pontoons which form
wing tips while in fight and are drop-
ped into landing position before it
alights. This reduces wind resis-
tance.
A whale-like tail is constructed to
avoid damage in rough water land-
ings. The body is below thewing and
a navigator can sit in an open cock-
pit for observation. In flight, the
plane resembles a huge glider.
Officials said the navy was pur-
chasing 60 planes similar to this new
one which is designated as XP3Y-1.
Its crew, besides McGinnis comprises
Lieut. J. K. Aberill, second in com-
mand; 'Thomas P. Wilkinson, navy
pilot; Charles S. Bolka, chief ma-
chinist; A. E. J. Dionne and E. V.
Sizer, radiomen.
DUFFENDACK SPEAKS
Prof. Ora S. Duffendack of the
physics department, who took a trip
through Central Europe this sum-
mer, will address the Ann Arbor unit
of the Allied Youth Club on the
"Youth of Germany" at 7:30 p.m. to-
day in Lane Hall, officers of the club
announced yesterday.
The talk will be open to members
of the Allied Youth club and all other
people interested.
- . .O.AY.......

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Hillel Foundation Holds
First Tea Of Year Today
The Hillel Foundation located at
E. University and Oakland will hold
its first social event of the year spon-
sored by Kappa Nu Fraternity at 4
p.m. today. It marks the initial use
of the building since it has been re-
modeled and the reconstruction of
the chapel.

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