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Education Meet
Will Convene
On Curriculum
Roundtables Will Analyze
Problems Of Instruction
In One-Day Conference
Teachers, school administrators
and members of parent teachers as-
sociations will.convene here January
18 for the third annual conference
on, Instructional and Curriculum
Problems, Dean James B. Edmonson
of the education school announced.
The program will be built around
current research and study issues in
instructional problems. The series
of roundtables will center in the
fields of finance, guidance, educa-
ticnal psychology, and physical ed-
ucation led by members of the faculty
of the School of Education.
Mr. Warren Good will act as chair-
,map of the roundtable on "Educa-
tional Research" at 8:30 am.; Mr.
Byron O. Hughes, "Progress in 1940
in Understanding the Child as a
Whole"; Professors Clifford Woody
and Irving Anderson, "Elementary
Education"; Prof. David Mattern,#
"Music Education in the Changing
Order," and Harold W. Copp.
Roundtable meetings at 10 a.m. will
be "Education in Time of Crisis" led
by Claude Eggertsen; "The High
School Curriculum," Prof. C. O. Da-
vis; "Finance Problems in Michi-
gan," Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman;
"Guidance and Mental Hygiene of
the Adolescent,"' Dr. Fritz Redl; and
"Teaching -Devices, Projects and
Kinks in Industrial Arts," by Pi'of.
Mabel Rugen.
Prof. Stuart A. Courtis willtlead the
rou-ndtable on "Seminar in the Sec-
ondary-School Curriculum" at 11:30.
Others at this same roundtable will
be "Scientific Thinking" led by Prof.
William C. Trow and "Principles and
Techniques of Vocational Guidance"
led by Prof. Mabel Rugan.
Prof. Hayward Keniston of the
romance languages department will
address the conference luncheon at
the League on "Some Basic Assump-
tions of Current Educational The-
ory."

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Edsel Ford Inspects Big Bomber Destined For Britain

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Animal Film
To Be Shown
By Naturalist
Wendell Chapman, outstandingz

Movie Tickets
To Go On Sale
Art League Will Sponsor
French Picture Here

Defense League To Meet

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The American Student Defense
Leag3ue will hold a meeting at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, in the Michiganl
League. A possible credo for the
local chapter has been drafted and
the members will be asked to discus.,
it and vote upon it. The final drat
will be printed on the editorial page
f The Dail-.

naturalist and wildlife photographer, The ticket sale for the Art Cinema°
will appear here Jan. 21 in Hill Audi- League's showing of "The Baker's
torium and show his intimate movies Wife" will open Wednesday at the
a=d close-up stills of the wild ani- Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box-
mas of Canada., the United States office.
and Mexico. The French film, which has been
Chapman has a unique distinction 1 p1 ovided with English sub-titles by
among wild-animal photographers- I John Erskine, noted American writ-
he never carries a gun. He and Mrs. er. was recently voted the best for-
Cliapman have been able to gain the eign film of the year. It was brought
oniidenc of some of the most timid to the campus by the cinema league
an'J rare animals. His motion pie- by popular request. Tickets may be
secured for 35c Wednesday through
ues :hcwv wild beavers and pine Saturday, since the film will be ex.
natens eating from the Chapmans' rhibited 8:30 p.m. Thursday throuogh
! hands. They also show remarkable Saturday.
activities of mountain goats, bears' The film stars Raimu, famous
and other big game. French actor, and Ginette Leclerc.
In his lecture, illustrated by beau- The story dearh with a village baker
ntirwhose marital troubles cause his

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Edsel Ford (right) knelt for a closeup look at deiads of a four-motored bombing plane for Britain
which is nearing completion at the Consolidated Aire raft plant in San Diego, Calif. .Ford made a tour of the
plant with Maj. R. H. Fleet, its head. Ford said his c ompany may soon start production of parts for this
type of plane.

tt *le Symphony'
Will Play Concert
At A drianCollege
Sejections by Mozart, McArtor,
Franck and Rossini Will be played
by the University Little Symphony
Orchestra, under the baton of Prof.
Thor Johnson of the School of Mu-
sic, today and tomorrow in Adrian
and Birmingham.
The first of these two scheduled
concerts will be offered at 4 p.m.
today in the Adrian College Chapel
while the latter will be played at 8
p.m. tomorrow in the Birmingham
High School Auditorium. Prof.
Hardin Van Deursen of the School
of Music, baritone, will serve as so-
loist at the Birmingham recital.

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Officer To Tell
Of'Navy Ship'
Weygand To Give Lecture
In Engineering Course
"TheaNavy Ship" will be the topic
of a talk by Capt. E. B. Weygand,
commandant of the Reserve Mid-
shipman's School of Chicago, at 4
p.m. Tuesday in Room 348 of the
West Engineering Building.
Captain Weygand's address will
deal mainly with a description of
the various parts of a naval vessel
such as the various decks, the fore-
castle, the wardrooms, the engine
rooms and the like.
Fifth in a series of lectures on the
general subject of "The Navy, Its
Purposes, History and Organization,"
the talk is being given as part of a
special course for engineers who may
be interested in doing certain special
work in the navy.
Plans have been made to sponsor
four more addresses in this series,
one on Jan. 28 and three next semes-
ter. Others who will speak are Capt.
Lyal A. Davidson, chairman of the
Naval Reserve Officers' Training
Corps, Lieut. Commdr. Wells L. Field
and Lieut. Robbie Palmer of the
NROTC staff.

Carlton To Be Guest Conductor
At Fourth Annual Music Clinic

Stewart Carlton, director of music
in the Mason City schools, Mason
City, Iowa, was named yesterday as
the guest conductor for the fourth
annual Instrumental Music Clinic
to be held here Saturday and Sun-
day.
Sponsored by the University
School of Music and the Michigan
Band and Orchestra Association, the
clinic will be directed by Prof. Wil-
liam D. Revelli, conductor of the
University Band. Professor Revelli
originated the clinic here for the pur-
pose of providing a center for fa-
miliarizing music groups with the
latest orchestrations.
More than 300 band and music
directors throughout the country will
attend the convention, which is to be
held in the Rackham Building, in
the Union and in Hill Auditorium.
Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary Univer-
sity band fraternity, will sponsor a
luncheon and a special concert for
the visiting directors and their
guests.
Thor Johnson; assistai.t professor
in music literature, will conduct the
University Symphony Orchestra dur- j

ing the clinic, and Professor Revelli
will conduct the University Band.
The latest music from the National
High School Festival required list
for orchestras and for bands is tobe
played. The music directors in this
way will be given the opportunity
to select the numbers for their
groups' respective repertoires.
Institute To Visit Plant
A trip to the Warner Aircraft plant
in Detroit and Selfridge Field, home
of the First Pursuit Squadron of the
U.S. Army, will be taken Tuesday
morning by members of the Insti-
tute of Aeronautical Sciences, Les-
lie J. Trigg, '41E, announced.
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Liful colored slies and motion pic-
Lures, Chapman offers his audience
an unparalleled opportunity to be-
come acquainted with our vanishing
wildlife.
Since his intimate association with
native animals in the wilds, he has
entirely given up hunting, although
he does not object to hunters taking
the surplus members of any species
which is not in danger of being ex-
terminated. Chapman declares that
it is more difficult to take a good
picture than it is to kill a priz(
trophy.
During the many months that they
have spent in the remote homelands
of grizzly bears, moose, bison and
other large animals, the Chapmans
have never been attacked. They be-
lieve that the animals are more in-
teresting when at normal work and
play than when their actionshare
staged. Chapman's pictures have
won a wide popular appeal from au-
diences in all parts of the country.

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