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HIIGAN DAILY.

Parent Group Opens Sessions
(Coutinued from Page 1).Members of the panel included:
which Mrs. Pettingill spoke again. Dr. Fritz Red], Cranbrook School in
fter being introduced by. Mrs. James Bloomfield Hills; Dr. Katherine
aird, national president of the Par-GAnn Arbor, Kenneth W.
it Teachers' Council, she declared Morgan, director of the Student Re-
.at the National Congress of Par- ligious Association; and Duncan
its and Teachers is unique because Moore of Station WJR, Detroit. After.
.ch organfization composing it is the panel discussion, the group broke
)mpletely independent. Only our up into small informal sections to
eals, she concluded, hold our vari. further pursue the topic.
i groups together. Tpmorrow's session will begin at
The panel discussion arrived at 9 a.m. with a class in parent educa-
le conclusion that children, pas- tion. Its theme for the day 'will be
ssing, or ir whom may be in- "The Community-Its Responsibil-
illed, good qualities such as frank- ity to Youth." Edward J. Crawley,
ess, courag6 and sincerity, can gain chief probation officer of the Muni-
true picture of meaning and causes cipal Court in Cleveland, will speak
war. To reach the right views in on "The Responsibility for Crime".
spect to World conflict, they must at 10 a.m. Charles L. Anspach, presi-
>t be shielded from any facts--they dent of Central State Teachers Col-
ust be permitted to play with other lege, will continue at 11 a.m. with
iildren whose families entertain an address "The Social Judas."
dically different ideas. All these' Karl F. Zeisler, editor of the Mon-
ill enable children to reach adequate roe Evening News, will lead a dis-
ecisions. cussion group at 11:30 a.m.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Year 1939-40:
Alpha Alpha Gamnma
Alpha Gamma Sigma
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WEDNESDAY,

NOV. 7, 1939

VOL. L. No. 39

Notices
Student Tea: President and Mrs.,
Ruthven will be home to students
this afternoon from four to six p.m.
To The Members of the University.
Council: The November meeting of
the University Council will be omit-

ted.

been cancelled. Classes will meet as
usual.
Presidents of Fraternities and Sor-
orities are reminded that the mem-
bership lists for the month of Oc-
tober are now due at the Office of
the Dean of Students.
Chairmen and Managers of student
activities are reminded that eligibility
lists of all participants for the first
semester are now due at the Office of
the Dean of Students. Blanks for
this purpose are available in Room
2, University Hall.
Dormitory Directors, Sorority Chap-
erons, and House Heads: Freshmen
women may have 10:30 permission on
Wednesday, Nov. 8, for the Union
Open House.
Student Organizations: According
to the records recently filed with the
Office of the Dean of Sudents. the

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