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L'Wf THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATU

1DAY, OCr. 9, 193'7

Iritain Offers Educators WillI
To Cooperate Convene Here
To Stop Wars In November
Chamberlain Warns Italy Progressive Association To
To Remove Volunteers Hear Dr. Kilpatrick Give,

To Broadcast Again

From Iberian Front I

I Principal Address
The Michigan-Ontario-Ohio re-
gion of the Progressive Education As-
sociation will hold its annual con-
ference in conjunction with the Par-
ent Education Institute convention in
Ann Arbor on Nov. 12 and 13, it was
announced yesterday.
A large attendance is expected at
the gathering, which will have as its
chief speaker, Dr. William H. Kil-
patrick, retired professor of educa-
tion at Columbia University. Dr.
Kilpatrick is universally regarded as
the "dean" of the progressive educa-
tion movement in the United States
and has long been well-known for
his work in educational philosophy,
according to Dr. Edgar Johnson,
principal of the University High
School.
Other speakers who are scheduled
include Dr. Lloyd Warner of the
University of Chicago anthropology
departmentDr. Howard Wilson, pro-
fessor of education at Harvard, Miss
Elsie Clapp, formerly Dr. John Dew-
ey's assistant, Dr. Arthur Klein, dean
of the School of Education at Ohio
State University and Dr. Rudolph
Lindquist, director of the University
High School at Ohio State.
Addresses will also be made by Dr.
Herbert Stolz, a former Rhodes scho-
lar and graduate of Oxford, Dr. Alice
Keliher, charman of the Commission_
on Human Relations of the Progres-
sive Education Association, Mr.!
James Mitchell of Frances Parker
School, Chicago and Dr. Paul Mis-
ner, superintendent of schools at
Glencoe Ill.
A more complete program will be
announced in the near future. ac-j
cording to Miss Helen Ryder, of thel
University High School.
'M' Glider Club
Issues Call For
New Members
The University Glider Club will ac-1
cept a limited number of new mem-
bers at its annual business meeting
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Room 348
West Engineering Building, it was
announced yesterday by Edward Re-
plogle, '38E, publicity manager.
Founded in 1927, the Glider Club
is the oldest collegiate organization
of its kind in America. The club has
trained more than 350 pilots, many
of whom have broken national rec-
ords. With training and administra-
tion under student guidance, 1,185
flights were made last semester-
from short "ground tows" to extend-
ed soaring ventures.
Equipment for the coming year has
been augmented with acquisition of a
second Franklin Utility Glider and
a new towing truck.
Officers for the school year are
Henry Wightman, '38E, president,
holder of the coveted "Silver C" li-
cense, possessed by only .10 persons
in America; Don Alexander, '38E,
secretary-treasurer; and Robert Ei-
kenberry, Grad., custodian of equip-
ment.

Lindbergh And Edward 1I
May Meet In Germany
MUNICH, Germany. Oct. 8.--)-
Two distinguished "exiles"-the Duke
of Windsor and Col. Charles A. Lind-
bergh-may meet in Germany next
week.
It was announced today that Col.
Lindbergh will be honored as a guest
of the annual meeting of the Lilien-
thal Society for Aviation Researchj
here Oct. 11 to 14.
SBy coincidence, America's foremost
self-imposed exile will thus be in
Germany at the time Britain's royal,
voluntary exile, the Duke of Windsor,
is a guest of the Reich.
CUBS WHIP SOX
CHICAGO, Oct. 8.-P)-Thornton
Lee, a tall southpaw held largely re-
sponsible for the quaint impression:
that the New York Yankees couldn't
hit left handed pitching, looked like
Ijust another country thrower to the
Cubs today as the National Leaguers
whipped the White Sox, 4 to 1, to
go one up in their Chicago city series.

A Continental Ra lroad for a Kiss!
A woman's whim rocked the nation
and ruined Jim Fisk when
Wall Street's bad boys
battled to rule
or ruin
Based on -The Robber
Barons" by Matthew
josephson. and "Book
of Daniel Drew'
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TODAY - 2:00 - 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P.M. 1
MATINEE 25c EVENING 35c
STARTING TODAY!
A Grand Story of a Grand Era!

Long silent on public affairs, the
Rev. Charles Coughlin spoke out
hi& return from a European vaca-
cation to brand Associate Justice
Black's appointment

Classified iDreciory

Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-3241.
The classified columns closeat five
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance only lie per reading
line for one or two inserticns. 10c per
reading line for three or more insertions.
(on basis of five average words to line).
Minimum three lines per insertion.
NOTICES
TYPING, neatly and accurately done
Mrs. Howard, 613 Hill St. Phon
5244. 3x
WANTED.

- ROOMS for students or business,
men. 1 single room. 1 double room.
1105 E. Washington. Tel. 4027. j
LAUNDRY
EXPERIENCED laundress doing stu-
dent laundry. Will call for and
I deliver. 4863. 1x
LAUNDRY. 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low prices.

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CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any Reward, Phone, 2-3297. 84
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3,
$8, $25. Ladies fur coats, typewrit- LOST: Ollendorff wrist watch, Name,
ers, old gold and musical instru- Charles L. Parker on silver wrist
ments. Ready cash waiting for you. band. Lost Oct. 7. near N. Ingalls
Phone Sam. 6304. 2x St. Reward. Notify Charles Par-
FOR RENT - ker at 321 S. Division St. Phone
__ __ _ _ _ _ _4447. 86
DEAD STORAGE space in unheated -- -
garage opposite Edison building. HELP WANTED
$3. Dick Bogema, 337% South Main. WANTED:_Twofarm__boystowor
For one car. IWANTED: Two farm boys to work
-oeaSaturdays and Sundays on my
FOR MEN-Suite with private bath farm near Milford; setting out
for three. Also double with ad- shrubbery and spading around
joining lavatory. Steam heat, trees; not light work. $2.50 per day,
shower. Phone 8544. 422 East Wash- room and meals. Write M. Lee, La-
ington. 83 peer, Mich. 85

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