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VOL. IX, No. 31.



"General Admnlstration To Be
Theme Of Sixth Series Of Educa-
tional Conference Talks
Having as its theme this week the
subject of "General Administration,"
the sixth series of educational con-
ference lectures will be of more than
ordinary interest to all progressive
educators attending the summer ses-
sion. Great satisfaction in the at-
tendance and interest shown at the
lectures has been expressed by those
in charge of the conferences.
The course will open Monday with
a lecture on "Professional Morale"
'by Prof. J. B. Edmonson. The speak-
er will present his material in out-
line form, giving a definition of mor-
ale, and stressing its importance in
teaching staffs. He will make a spe-
cial point of the responsibility of ad-
ministrators and supervisors for the
maintaining of morale among the
teachers under them. This discussion
will not only be of interest to teach-
ers but also to principals and super-
Schorling Speaks Tuesday
"What To Do With Beginning
Teachers" will be the subject of a
talk by Prof. Raleigh Schorling on
Tuesday. Any school system is forced
to add teachers to its force each year
due to the average turnover, and
often it is necessary for the admin-
strator to give the teacher an in-
tensive course in training to fit him
for the particular system. Professor
Schorling will show what may be ex-
pected from beginning teachers, and
the ways in which the administrator
will be able to give them valuable
assistance. This address is of special
mportance to teachers, for it will
ovlye them an idea or what may be
expected of them when they enter any
new school system.
The lecture on Wednesday will be
delivered by Prof. C. 0. Davis, and
the subject will be "The High School
In Smaller Communities." The Jun-
ior High School type of organization
has been adopted pretty generally in
all the larger cities, but up to the
present time it has not been accept-
ed in the smaller places. The reason
for this, Professor Davis will point
out, is that, as the organization is
now built up, many of the smaller
communities have not the facilities
for it. He is of the opinion that this
type of organization is possible in
many localities, if the school author-
ities will, adopt some of the more im-
portant features of the plan. Those
features that can be successfully used
will be listed by the speaker.
Series To Close Thursday
The course for the week will close
on Thursday when Supt. M. R. Key-
worth of the Hamtramck public
schools will discuss, "The Problem of
Public Relations." Mr. Keyworth is
the second Michigan school superin-
tendent to appear on the conference
program. He is teaching several
classes in administration in the sum-
mer-session of the School of Educa-

tion this year. He will show the ne-
cessity of a public relations program
in all school systems, how it may be
organized, and the results that may
be expected from such a procedure.
Mr. Keyworth has had notable suc-
cess with his public relations pro-
gram in Hamtramck, and his discus-
sion of the subject will be of an ex-
tremely practical nature.
All ."the. lectures will be delivered
in the auditorium of the University
high school, and will begin promptly
at 4:051 p. m. An especially large at-
tendance is expected for the series
this week.
MANCHESTER, Mass., July 28 -
Miss Helen Wills defeated Edith
Cross, of San Francisco, Pacific coast
women's champion, to win the Es-
sex country club tennis tournament
here yesterday. The scores were 6-1,

: Survivors' Passage Through Sweden
Is Not Attended By Hostile
(By Associated Press)
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 28.-
Lieutenant Einar Lundborg, Swedish
flyer, who rescued General Umberto
Nobile on June 24th said in an inter-
Aaron Saenz view today that from his observation
Who is governor of Nueva Lion'I of the Nobile's route off Foyen Island
one of the Mexican states, and has he formed the impression that there
been prominentlv mentionedt fillthei had been no disagreement between
General Nobile and Dr. Finn Malm-
sassination of President elect Obre- gren, noted Swedish metorologist.
gon. The Lieutenant quoted Professor
Behounek, Czechoslovakian scientist,
as saying that when the walking
party of which Dr. Malmgren was a
member set out for land on May.30,
PflKfIV Dr. Malmgren had told him he was
feeling better. In fact Professor
Behounek regarded the position of
"Much Ado About Nothing" To Be l those being left behind as more des-
Given First Performance In perate than that of the walking
Iodern Dress party.
Farewell Cordial
WILL BE LAST PROGRAM Professor Behounek added that the
farewell between Nobile and Malm-
Opening their final bill of the sea- gren was very cordial, the Swedish
son at 8:15 o'clock Tuesday night, flyer said.
the Rockford players will present Regarding the cases of Captain Al-
William Shakespeare's comedy "Much i barto Marino and Filippo Zappi, who
Ado About Nothing," beginning a 1 were resuced by the Krassin, Lund-
seies of six performances. borg said he did not claim the right
Tuesday night's performance will to sit in judgment on those who had
be the first time that the play has undergone such great suffering as
ever been produced in. modern dress I.preceded their rescue. That should
in America, and perhaps in the world, be left to the Inquiry to determine
as there are no records to show any the fate of Dr. Malmgren.
previous attempts. The comedy will
also be given in modern dress Friday No Hostility In Sweden
night and Saturday afternoon. Thurs- (By Associated Press)
day night, Friday afternoon, and Sat- STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 28.-
urday night the production will be Although there have been inquisitive
played in period costume. onlookers at every station, the pass-
Katherine Wick Kelly has been cast age of the survivors of the Italia
as Beatrice, a role with which she is through Sweden l4as not been attend-
already familiar having had a great ed by any hostile demonstration.
deal of experience with Shakespear- Capt. Alberto Mariano, whose leg
ian productions. The male lead, was amputated after gangrene set
Benedick, will be taken by Roman in, was not returning with his com-
Bohnen who has also had consider-! rades aboard their special car to
able experience in Shakespearian Italy today. He was left behind on
drama. Claudie will be played by the base ship Citta dl Milano at Nar-
William Young, of the Cleveland vik since he was too ill to make the
Playhouse, and? Dogberry will be por- journey home.

I i'''i'{ : '::; i~i ii ri ; ;; WILL FISH IN NORTH

Allen, Donovan, Tilson, Wilbur Leave
San Francisco With Nominee
In Motor Caravan
(By Associated Press)

Two of four Iowa College students
who are believed lost without sufficient
Hamtramck High School Organization
Will Present Concert In
lill Auditorium

With Hoover Party Enroute, Calif.,
---The motor caravan trans-
i ng HTerbert Hoover, Republican
rsid1cntial Candidate and his party
.... ^;:v. ~: .. a ive day fishing trip in northern
i )rnia passed through Ukiah, 128
;__i;< s from San Francisco shortly
supplies in northern Saskatchewan. no e no0 today.
The party had started on a canoe No stops were made as the party
journey from Winnipeg to the Hud- x anxious to reach Bull Flat near
son Bay country. 't'rappers and 'le Eel River and the 164 Mile Har-
mounted police have been asked to ,)r north, where camp will be made
csonduct a search for thcia, Gordon I
I for te. gn The flnal d,_ tination
Armstrong (left) and Max J. Kane
just before the start of the journey. ; Brown's Camp at the headwarters
of the Klamach River, near the Ore-
10O 1 gon line. Mr. Hoover will spend
Munday and Tuesday fishing aad plans
to return to his home on the Stan-
A ['or a ' a iversity campus next Wed-
nesday. He will return by train.

trayed by Robert Henderson. Elber--
ta Trowbridge will play Hero, the
daughter of Leonato, which role will'
be taken by E. Martin Browne.
Henzie Raeburn, formerly a mem-
ber of the Memorial Theater company
at Stratford-on-Avon, will interpret
the character of Don Pedro, while
Ursula will be played by Marvel
Garnsey and Margaret by Lillian
Considered Great Comedy
"Much Ado About Nothing" is con-
sidered by many, the greatest of
Shakespeare's comedies in that it
contains three distinct dramatic ele--'
ments blended together in the au-
thor's own artistic fashion. Beatrice
and Benedick are reputed to be two
of the most brilliant wits in litera-
This will be an unusual oppor-
tunity for students at the University
and the citizens of Ann Arbor to see'
one of the best of Shakespeare's
works produced by one of the most
capable companies which has ever
played in Ann Arbor, many of whose
members have had considerable ex-
perience in the drama of the master
English writer.
Matinee On Friday
A special matinee on Friday after-
noon has been arranged for the bene-
fit of school children so that they
may have an opporttnity to see a
stage production of one of the
Shakespearian plays which is most
widely used in the study of literature
in secondary schools.
The last performance of "Merton
of the Movies" will be given at 8:15
o'clock Monday night. This has
proved to be one of the most popular
plays of the season, and will be the
last play before the beginning of the
Rockford Players' farewell bill.

A little girl handed Gen. Umberto
Nobile a bunch of flowers at the small
country station of Vindeln.
President Clarence Cook Little
will deliver an address this morning
at 11 o'clock before the weekly as-
sembly of the University Fresh Air
camp at Patterson Lake, near Pinck-
ney. The president is a member of
the board of trustees of the Student
Christian association that operates
the camp. He will be accompanied
on his trip to the lake by his son, Ed-
ward, George Simons '30, and Martin
Mol '30. There are 120 campers en-
rolled in the present camp section,
the largest enrollment ever recorded
in one period.
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, July 28.-Ramsay Mac-
Donald, former prime minister, left
London for Southampton this morn-
ing to take the liner Empress of
France for Canada.
"I am just off for a holiday, full
of expectation of sun and leisure," he
COLOGNE.-The "Augsburg Aviso,"
claimed to be the oldest newspaper
in existence, has been placed on ex-
hibition here in connection with the
international press exposition. Its
first issue was published in 1609.

Introducing a distinct innovation P £1(' t emineeks Zelaxalion heaveCU not
along the line of musiic concerts, the I Siiuinii In Plaonii Bay, The automobile party left San
university has invited the symphony :iotorin3;, And ( Goli Francisco early today, passing
orchestra of the Hamtramck High through streets unnoticed where yes-
School to give a concert in Hill and- ACCO , MED 1Y throughoovr as nnotied ahreye
itorium on Wednesday evening, Aug-wr
ust 8. *The orchestra will be under a([l A-sociated Press) welcome.
the direction of Stacey Holmes, and HA 1\IP'ON PAY, New York, July 'lTith the nominee today were hI
the concert is being given free to 28--With polnical cares dismissed friends, Allen, Assistant U. S. Attor-
the public. from his nmnd for a few days at least ney, William H. Donovan, John 0.
This, is the first time that a public Governor Smith came to this sea- j Tilson. Republican leaders in the
school orchestra has appeared on the shore resort on the southern fringe lHouse oif Representatives, Ray Ly-
programn of the Summer Session, and J'Long Island today for a week end nan Wilbur, President of Stanford,
the affair i-s being watched with in- vacation. He was accompanied by and a group of, newspaper reporters
terest by edu.ators. Dean Edward members of his family who motored, and photographers.
H. Kraus is enthusiastic over the with him from New York. Ti Reach Camp Monday
project, and is of the opinion thIt t Arriving at Canoe Place Iin which jrom the first night at Bull Flat
will be a distinct contribution to will be his headquarters while here, the route through Eureka and inland
public school education in the state late in the afternoon, the Democra- ctss tle Oregon line ot edMofdr
in that it will show schoolmeu and tic presidential nominee lost no timeacrass the Oregon line oeMdr
I . I across the Oregon line to Medford,
women on the campus what is pos- 'II taking d' swim, his favorite sport. second night stop. From that point
sible along the line of music in the ;Less than halt an h ur after he had
it will be an easy run to Brown's
public schools. reached the end of hi s hundred mileh
a utoilobile tip~ he was t jo inI- him-s CNI It), the party expecting to arrive
Arrangements for bringing the or- uythere Monday morning.
throughSelf in great. Platonic b,- w i:h dialsthr oaymnig
chestra here were made throughSEod While no u'ndue secrecy has sur-
Supt. M. R. Keyworth of the Ham- ,ar inlafnd rom Long I'sand n motdd the trip, Mr. Hoover has re-
tramek school system, who is teat- aLmont meeting the ocean.
Before r eturning to New York and quested that there be no; formal wel-
ing courses in the School of Educa- rrernto w kad ning or demonstration enroute.
tion this summer. The concert has hen )to Abany, probably Tuesday However, news of his departure from
the unqualified endorsement of Prof. the (Governor hapes to Pet in some SaowFveninews tfahisedepsrturs fr-
el, ~n tmrrw e lato mto San Francisco traveled as news al-
Earl Moore, director of hte Schol o d tomorrow he lans to otoways does and his caravan was a
Music, and also of Pres. C. A. Sink mt to the east tip of Long Island to s does an hs caravan as a
of" Scolouic ~r Ivtnet omtauk State Park. signal' for cheers of greeting as it
of the iSchool of Music.thr. kt opk ot automobile passed through the many small towns
joined with Dean Kraus in inviting With the top of his automobidtset along the highway.
the Hamtramck orchestra to appear ___,_h___sdnta____n__e
here, stating that he thought it would old today inst at noon from the Bal-
be very much worth while to have DAOre hotel where he lives while i
New Yornk and where last night he
a representative musical organizationki
of this kind here during the Summer discussed the political outlook with
Session in order that superintendents, Govern r Ritehie of Maryland.
principals, and teachers throughout:I APRODUCTION
the state may learn first-hand just DETROIT GREETS
what some of the best hgh s(hool AIR TO U!YgEc
organizations are doing. -- WASHINGTON, July 28.Automo-
The administrators of the Ham-! (1y Associated Press)
tramck schools have, featured music DETROIT, July 28- Detroit w I bile production in June was consid-
in their education system for some prepared to weh'omt 24 flyers due fo erably less than the usual seasonal
years, and have apcomplished re- roturn here lt'l today ofter a flight decline, the Federal Reserve board
markable results in their program. of 6,000 miles which has taken them reported Friday in a summary of gen-
Last year thirty German educators to 32 cities of 15 western states in
visiting in this country were surpris- tile fourth anneal Reliability Air Tour The report, based upon staitioncs
ed at the progress that has been made for the Edsel Ford trophy. for June and part of July, however,
in American public schools along the The plan-, which staiteci from De- Juneta parkly uly, hogvr,
e~ said that weekly employment figures .
line of music, and, while visiting the troit Jun, ,. were expstet to ar- from Detroit indicated that opera-
university here, stated that at the rive at the Ford airport by (o'clockC'ions of automobile plants were well
present time the United States wascfronattlCreek, where a Wotn stol maintained during the first three
leading the world in public school was scheduled.
music. The flyers, togetrer with others weeks of this month.
prominent in aviation circle, will beE
BASEBALL SCORES guests at a banquet toight at which PRESIDENT L
the Gordon Kennett Balloon race tro- IS MADE COLONEL
(By Associated Press)1phy will be presented to America.,
American League-~~ President Clarence Cook Little was
Detroit 7-8, Boston 1-7. CALLES TO OUIT, 1 commissioned Lieutenant Colonel in
New York 6-4, Cleveland 2-9. FRIENDS DECLARE the special service department of the
Washington 8-4, Chicago 5-2 .__officers reserve corps, according to
Philadelphia 13, St. Louis 4. (By Associated Press) I a dispatch received from the War De-
-o- MEXICO CITY, July 28.-Intimate partment at Washington, D. C., this
National LeaAAgue friends of President Calles say that week.
St. Louis 7-12, Philadelphia 6 -2, lie told them he will retire from the As Lieutenant Colonel in this
First game 12 innings. presidency on Dec. 1. "special service department" the
Cincinnati 7, Brooklyn 3. It appeared probable today that president would be subject to a call
New York 3, Chicago 2. efforts would be made in some quar- to serve in any of the service
13 innings. ters to induce him to change his branches should the reserve officers
Pittsburgh and Boston, rain, mind. be ordered into service.

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