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Visiting Faculty Me n Aid Session


Outside Staff '
Members Join
Special Teaching Faculty'
Assembled From Four
State Teachers' Colleges
More than 100 members of the
faculty of the Summer Session will
be non-residents, it has been an-1
nounced by the office of the Direc-t
tor of the Session, Prof. Louis A.
Those listed are: Donald J. Am-
eel, instructor in zoology, Kansas
State College; Henrietta B. Ameel,
Manhattan, Kansas; Irving Howard
Anderson, Instructor in the Gradu-1
ate School of Education, Harvard]
University; Prof. William C. Bag-
ley, Professor Emeritus, Teachers]
College, Columbia University; Prof.
Claribel C. Baird of the speech de-
partnment, Oklahoma College for Wo-
men; Russel A. Beam, Assistant Corps
Area Education Adviser, Chicago, Ill.;
Prof. Henry Beaumont of the psy-
chology department, University ofi
Kentucky; Prof. Lee Bernard of the
sociology department, Washington
University, St. Louis, Mo.; Vaughn S.
Blanchard, Director of Health Edu-
cation, Detroit Public Schools and
Professor of Health Education, Wayne
Prof Bloch To Attend
Prof. Bernard Bloch of the English
department, Brown University; Ivan
A. Booker of the Research Division
of the National Education Associa-
tion, Washington, D.C.; Prof. Wil-
liam Breach of Music Education, Su-
pervisor of Music, Buffalo Schools,'
Buffalo, N.Y.; Prof. William Arthur
Brownell of Educational psychology,
Duke University; Hilda Victoria
Burr, Instructor in Physical Educa-
tion for Women, New York City; Wil-
liam G. Carr of the National Edu-
cation Association, Washington, D.i
C.; Olaf Christiansen, Conductor ofi
Choral Music, Oberlin Conservatory
of Music; Evelyn Cohen, Director of]
Costuming, New York City; Prof. Wil-
liam Walter Cort of Helminthology,
The John Hopkins University; Prof.]
Milton J. Cowan of the Universityi
of Iowa.
The list continues with: Prof.I
Charles W. Creaser of Zoology, Wayne
University; Barbara Crowe, assistant]
in Physical Education for Women,
University of Vermont; Prof. Lera B.
Curis, Instructor in Physical Edu-
cation for Women, Oberlin College;]
Dominic L. DiGiusti, Department ofj
Veterinary Science, University of Wis-
consin; Nazareno DeRubertis, direc-
tor, Kansas City Orchestral Train-
ing School, Kansas City, Mo.; Prof.
Willis Frederick Dunbar, Associate
Professor of History and Dean of
Men, Kalamazoo College, Kalama-
zoo; Prof. Manley M. Ellis, Professor
of Special Education and Advisory
Council, chairman, Graduate Wes-
tern State Teachers College, Kala-
mazoo; George H. Fern, director,
State Board in Control for Vocation-
al Education and Assistant State
Superintendent of Public Instruction;
Father William J. Finn, director,
Paulist Choristers, New York City.
Athletic Director To Teach
Also included in the faculty will
be Charles Edward Forsythe, State
Director of High School Athletics,
Michigan High School Athletic As-
sociation, State Department of Pub-
lic Instruction; Richard Ryder Fos-
ter, Research Division, National Ed-
ucational Association; Cleo Fox, di-
rector of Instrumental Music, Kala-
mazoo Public Schools; Dr. Emil Fro-
eschels, Research Professor of the
Central Institute for the Deaf, Wash-
ington University, St. Louis; Verne

C. Frycklund, Vocational Education,
Wayne University; Prof. Frank Caleb
Gates, Taxonomy and Ecology, Kan-
sas State College; Margaret C. Gates,
Manhattan, Kan.; Charles Gilbert,
Curtis Institute, Philadelphia; Henry
Allan Gleason, Jr., Hartford Semi-
nary Foundation, Hartford, Conn.;
Eva Goldman, Teacher of Speech,
Manton High School, Manton; Prof.
Kenneth Hance, chairman of De-
partment of Speech, Albion College;
Dale C. Harris, Supervisor of Mus-
ic, Pontiac Public Schools.
Kansas Teacher To Appear
Other faculty members will be.
Prof. Herbert Baker Hungerford, En-
tomology, University of Kansas; Dav-
id Itkin, head of the Drama School
of De Paul University and Associate
Director of the Goodman Theatre,
Chicago; Prof. Joseph H. Keenan,
Mechanical engineering, Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology; James
Ferguson King, Research Fellow in
History, University of California;
Prof. Ernest Krenek, Music Com-
position, Vassar College; Prof. Fran-
cis Greenfield Lankford, Assistant
Professor of the Teaching of Mathe-
matics and Science in Secondary
Schools, University of Virginia; Prof.
Norman D. Lattin, Law, Ohio State
University; Erik W. Leidzen, Band
Conductor, New York City; Clifford
Lillya, Director, Marshall High School
Band, Chicago; Stuart Lottier, So-
ciologist, Recorder's Court Clinic of
Detroit; Edmon Low, Librarian, Bow-
ling Green State University, Bow-
ling Green, Ohio; Frederick Dean
McClusky, Director, Scarborough
School, Ccarborough-on-the-Hudson,
New York; George H. McCune, Col-
lege of Education, University of
Minnesota; Prof. Freeman Gless Ma-
comber, Professor of Education, Uni-
versity of Oregon, and Dumas Ma-
lone, Director of the Harvard Uni-
versity Press.
Ypsilanti Has Representative
The list continues: Eleanor Mes-
ton, Roosevelt Training School, Ypsi-
lanti; Prof. Henry Meyer, Assistant
Professor of Zoology, University of
Tennessee; Theodora Nelson, Instruc-
tor in Biology, Hunter College; J.
Cecil Parker, Director of Secondary
School Study, State Department of
Public Instruction; Olin Sewall Pet-
tingill, Jr., Instructor in Zoology,
Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.;
Prof. Arthur Poister, Professor of
Organ, Oberlin Conservatory of Mu-
sic, Oberlin, Ohio; Prof. Gerald Web-
ber Prescott, Associate Professor of
Biology, Albion College; Prof. Wil-
liam L. Prosser, Professor of Law,
University of Minnesota Law School;
Fritz Redl, Guidance Department,
Cranbrook School Bloomfield Hills;
Prof. Rodney Potter Robinson, Pro-
fessor of Classics and Fellow of the
Graduate School, University of Cin-

cinnati; Reece Ivan Sailor, Depart- Philadelphia Museum, School of In-
ment of Entomology, University of dustrial Arts.
Kansas. Four Colleges Send Men
1T ddritin fn fhc ihp will hp

Norma V. Scheidemann, Lecturer in
Special Education, Chicago, Ill.; Ar-
thur C. Schwuchow, Director of Mu-
sic, Aberdeen Schools, Aberdeen, S.
D.; Charles B. Shaw, Librarian,
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore,
Pa.; Frank Simon, Director, Armco
Band, Middletown, Ohio; Charles
Lyle Spain, Vice-President Emeritus
of Wayne University; Prof. Edgar
Howard Sturtevant, Professor of Lin-
guistics, Yale University; Prof. Lyell
J. Thomas, Assistant Professor of
Zoology, University of Illinois; Prof.
Lee M. Thurston, Professor of Edu-
cation, University of Pittsburgh; Prof.
Stephen Timoshenko, Professor of
Engineering Mechanics, Stanford
University; Prof. Charles Frederick
Voegelein, Assistant Professor of An-
thropology, DePau University; Wal-
lace F. Watt, Field Investigator,
MichiganWChild Guidance Institute;
Theodore J. Werle, Executive Direc-
tor, Michigan Tuberculosis Associa-
Psychologist To Teach
Heinz Werner, Research Psycholo-
gist, Wayne County Training School;
Prof. Wilbzur D. West, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Health and Physical Edu-
cation and Psychology, Wittenberg
College; Prof. Harold Westlake, As-
sistant Professor of Speech, Penn-
sylvania State College; Prof. George
F. Whicher, Professor of English,
Amherst College; Joseph Addison
White, Curtis Institute of Music; Wil-
liam Bradford Willcox, Instructor in
History, University of Nebraska; Prof.
Rudolph A. Winnacker, Associate
Professor of History, University of
Nebraska; Prof. Howard Brown
Woolston, Professor of Sociology,
University of Washington; Alexander
Wyckoff, Head of the Design De-
partment and Director of Stagecraft,

In 0aiL1 io o est mere w Jii.ce
faculty members from four Michigan
Teachers Colleges. They are: Prof.
George H. Nelson, Assistant Professor
of History; Prof. John K. Osborn, As-
sistant Professor of Education; Prof.
Howard M. Kline, Assistant Profes-
sor, non-resident and Prof. Calvin
F. Schmid, Associate Professor of
Sociology, non-resident, all of Cen-
tral State; Prof. Martha E. Curtis,
Assistant Professor of Elementary
Science; Prof. Noble Lee Garrison.
Professor of Education and Head of
the Department of Education; Prof.
Francis Lord, Associate Professor of
Education; Prof. Everett L. Marshall.
Assistant Professor of Educaion;
Prof. Harvey L. Turner, Professor of
Rural Education and Director of
Laboratory Schools; Prof. Carl E.
Badgley, Professor of Surgery, non-
resident; and Norma V. Scheide-
mann, non-resident, all of Michigan
State Normal.
Prof. William J. Berry, Professor
of Geography; Prof. William R.
Brown, Professor of English; Prof,
Roy C. Bryan, Professor of Educa-
tion; Prof. Leonard C. Kercher, Pro-
fessor of Sociology; Prof. Nancy E.
Scott, Professor of History; Prof. El-
mer H. Wilds, Professor of Educa-
tion; Prof. Harold M. Dorr, Associ-
ate Professor of Political Science,
non-resident; Adrian G. Gould, De-
partment of Hygiene and Preventive
Medicine, non-resident; Prof. George
Meyer, Assistant Professor of Psy-
chology, non-resident; and Prof. Ho-
mer B. Reed, Professor of Psychology,
non-resident, all of Western State.
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attained a world's high pressure
record of 2,800,000 pounds per square

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