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PAGE SIX

THiE IIICIC DfAILY

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RETURNS TO CAMPUS:
Lenler Describes Navy Work
On Visua IlikElcatIon IMethods-

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. L. Lemler, who has been on
leave of absence from the University
to do special work in visual education
in Washington and later in the
United States Navy, has recently re-
turned to his former position as head
of the Bureau of Visual Education of
the University Extension Service.
In an interview Mr. Lemler told of
the work he did, first for the U. S.
Office of Education in the Division
of Visual Aids for War Training, and
then as a navy lieutenant doing
Atraining aids work in the Bureau of
Naval Personnel. From 1942 to 1943
he supervised the production of about
40 visual aids units, each one includ-
ing a training film, film strip, and
teachers' guide.
The government collaborated
with the film companies and voca-
tional experts in producing these
technical films intended to teach
factory workers the methods of
Mrs. Ward Held
For Perjury
In Montana Jail
Mrs. Julia May Ward, against
whom a perjury warrant has been
issued by the Washtenaw County
sheriff's office, has been jailed in
Flathead county, Montana.
Prosecutor John W. Rae has sent
a second set of papers requesting Mrs.
Ward's extradition from Montana to
Gov. Harry Kelly who has forwarded
them to Gov. Sam Ford, who prev-
iously refused a similar request. Mrs.
Ward is wanted for trial on a charge
of perjury in misrepresenting her
husband's status in a divorce suit
here.
Mrs. Ward, Prosecutor Rae said,
was granted a divorce from Nobel
Ward after she had said that he was
not in the armed forces. Mr. Ward
was serving with the Marines at that
time.
Edmonson Will
Speak in Detroit
Dean James B. Edmonson, of the
School of Education, will speak on
"Implications of the 'United Nations
Education, Scientific, and Cultural
Organization" tomorrow- at the
Rackham Extension Building in De-
troit.
The Educational and Scientific
Organization of the United Nations
attempts the building of understand-
ing and good will through educa-
tional means.
The meeting is for school teachers
in Detroit and the surrounding area.
Prof. Koella To Discuss
Theatre Marcel Pagnol
Prof. Charles E. Koella of the Ro-
mance Language Department will
go to Chicago Saturday to speak be-
fore the Alliance Francaise on the
theatre Marcel Pagnol.
He will go again Tuesday to speak
to the Cercle Francaise about the
work of the French author, Julien
Green.c

running power toois, blueprint
reading and other specialized sub-
jects, Mr. Lemler explained. He
worked with the script writers first,
checked with the vocational spe-
cialists, approved the rushes and
animation, and in general "saw
that the government got it's
money's worth."
After receiving his commission as
a navy lieutenant, Lemler "worked
with instructors in shore stations and
aboard ship in promoting the effec-
tive use of visual education materi-
als." He was based at New
Orleans, Pearl Harbor, and Charles-
ton, South Carolina. At Pearl Har-
bor, his job was to promote the film-
aided training programs on battle-
ships. He worked several days aboard
the Missouri.
"The armed forces program sold
the public on the use of educational
films, and brought them to the at-
tention of the educators," Lem-
ler said. His work was to help the
officers make effective use of this
visual training material at their
disposal, and see that the material
was well organized.
Among the subjects covered by
the program of refresher training
on battleships were damage control,
engineering, recognition, communica-
tions, abandon ship, navigation,
radar and fighter direction, ordnance
and gunnery, and look-out training.
OGround Brokent
For Building
Craft Press Takes Lot
By Majestic Theatre
Excavation for a new building to
house the Craft Press printing com-
pany was begun yesterday next to
the old Majestic theatre building on
Maynard St.
Ellis F. Mueller, manager of the
company, said he hoped the building
will be completed by spring. Un-
availability of building materials
makes the completion date uncertain,
he said.
The company will transfer all
equipment and business from its
present location on Maynard St.
Grad Outing Club
To Sponsor Party
Either a hike or toboggan party,
de .nding on the weather, will be
held Sunday by the Graduate Outing
Club.
Members will meet at 2:30 p.m. in
the Outing Club Room of the Rack-
ham Building. Those interested in
attending the party should sign up
and pay the supper fee at the check-
room desk in the Rackham Building
before noon Sunday..
Muskegon Rotary Club
Hears Provost Adams
Dr. James P. Adams, provost of
the University, spoke on "New Re-
sponsibilities of Education" before
the Muskegon Rotary Club yester-
day.

Hunter College
Will Spo-ruscn
BonIds To Be Offere-d
For Best Manuscript
Prizes totaling $3,300 in Victory
Bonds are being offered by Hunter
College for the best eays written
by university students on intercul-
tural relations.
The general topic to be developed
in these articles is "How Can Ameri-
can Colleges or Other Social Insti-
tutions Promote the Appreciation of
the Culture of Other Peoples and
Cooperation Among Them?" Essays
are not to exceed 1,500 words. -
A contest for teachers is also being
held on "How Can the American
Teacher Help to Foster Intercultural
Relations?"
Articles for the competition must
be submitted before March 1 to
Hunter College Diamond Jubilee Es-
say Contest, P. O. Box 7, New York
City 8.
Dean Walter
Will Address
Hillel Meeting
Conservative and reform services
to be followed by a fireside discussion
led by Dean Erich A. Walter of the
literary college and a social hour are
the agenda of activities scheduled to
begin at 7:45 p.m. today at B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation.
"Victory's Unfinished Business: the
Student's Challenge" is the topic
Dean Walter ha chosen to speak on.
Included in his lecture will be a dis-
cussion of the trained student's moral
responsibility in relation to society,
and the values of curricular and
extracurricular training as prepar-
ation for the future.
A social hour will follow Dean
Walter's address.
Lt. Wolfe Heads
Medical Unit
Lieut. William S. Wolfe has re-
placed Capt. Charles P. Atkinson as
head of the Army medical unit in
the University, it was announced yes-
terday.
Lieut. Wolfe, who is with the En-
gine General's Department of the
Army, will teach military classes in
addition to his administrative post.
Before coming to the University,
Lieut. Wolfe held the same position
in the College of Medicine at Wayne
University, Detroit.
VO's Wives To Present
First Recreational Party
VO's wives will present the first in
a series of sports parties at 7:30 p.m.
today in the IM Building.
The program of recreation includes
swimming, badminton, and several
card games. Soft drinks will be avail-
able.
All married veterans on campus
together with their wives have been
invited to use this opportunity to
become better acquainted.

ASSOCIATED PRESS
P C TURE NEWS

V A L E N T I1 N E -Screen
actress, Jean O'Donnell, wears a
hat with a St. Valentine's day
motif.

D E C 0 M M I S S I 0 N I N C.. C E R E M 0 N Y-IHome of the famous Sea-Bees, the construc-'
tion Battalion Replacement Depot at Camp Parks, Calif., is decommissioned in a colorful ceremony.

C R E E K C H I L D R E N--A UNRRA doctor examines Greek
childrffen. lie found some signs of malnutrition.

P I C C A R D S PREPARE -"Dr. Jean Piccard (left)
stratosphere flier, and his wife examine at Minneapolis, Minn., a
new window he has designed for a stratosphere gondola in which
the two plan to make another stratosphere flight.

TWO MINDS with a single thought

W O R K E R - This pretty
Russian girl =bus conductor said
when her photo was snapped on
a Moscow street that "X hope
my cousin in Toledo sees my
picture."..-

R E O P E N i N C B O B S L E D R U N--For the first time since the war, the Olympic bobsled
run is reopened for the 1946 winter carnival at Lake Placid, N. Y. Poised at the top of the slide are
(I. to r.): Perry Como, driver, who was chosen carnival king; the queen, Jo Stafford; Lowell Thomas
and Eddie Egan, chairman of the N. Y. state athletic commission.

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