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,THE M.I.CHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY,

.T. A. Roster-
Totals 22,000
Local Groups

The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

Bay City Educator Talks
On Organization As An
Instructional Aid
By JOHN C. HEALEY
Parent-teacher associations have
developed to such an extent that at
present there are 49 state organiza-
tions divided into 22,000 local units.
with an aggregate membership o
more than 1,500,000 parents - and
teachers, it was said by Miss Eliza-
beth Feguson, director of part-time
education-in Bay City, at an after-
noon conference conducted by the
School of Education.
"The Parent-Teacher Association
as an Aid to Education," was Miss
Ferguson's theme, in the develop-
ment of which she pointed out that
the associations resulted from the
work of ' Miss Elizabeth Harrison,
principal of Chicago Kindergarten
College. The national organization
held its first convention in Wash-
ington in 1897, she said.
Group's Objectives Named
Objectives of the groups were
pointed out by Miss Ferguson to be:
(1) to promote child welfare in
home, school, church, and commu-
nity, to raise the standards of home
life, and to secure more adequate
laws for the protection of children,
and, (2) to bring into closer rela-
tion the home and the school that
parents and teachers may co-operate
intelligently in training children
and to develop between educators
and the general public such united
efforts as will secure for every child
the greatest educational opportunity.
"The organization follows a policy
of non-interference with school ad-
ministration and is pledged to an in-
telligent support of the school sys-
tem," Miss Ferguson continued.
"It recognizes the equality of par-
ents and 'teachers in regard to re-
sponsibility for the success of schools
and promises to use the combined
power of home and school for im-
proving local conditions."
Adult Education Important
Adult education is also an impor-
tant factor in the program of the or-
ganization, Miss Ferguson stated, for
much time is devoted to activities
aiming toward development of un-
derstanding of the parent's part ir.
the education of their children.
Among things With which the as-
sociati'on has concerned itself, Mis-
Ferguson listed kindergartens, cur-
riculum 'revision, home training in
school, standard schools in construc-
tion camps and Federal posts, state
training for deaf children, and many
others related to teachers, recreation,
censorship, supervision of reading
matter, better juvenile court sys-
tems, social hygenecity planning,
and law observance.
"The efficiency of the organization
largely depends on local units," she
concluded. "Properly administered
it is the greatest potential support
of the educational system."
Prison-Goods
Bill Is Vetoed
By Comstock
LANSING, July 7.-(MP)-Governor
Comstock today vetoed the Munshaw
bill prohibiting the sale of prison
made goods on the open market. The
governor said he had no objection to
this policy but was opposed to plac-
ing administration or prison indus-
tries under the state administrative
board.
"The act is objectionable in that
it practically takes the control of
prison industries out of the hands
of the prison commission and puts

it in the state administrative board.
That is inconsistent with the estab-
lished policy and would be altogether
too disruptive of our own state pro-
gram," the veto message said.
The bill provoked a long contro-
versy when it passed the legislature..
The governor also vetoed the leg-
islative bill to abolish "sticker" can-
didacies. In his veto message the
governor said that sticker candida-
cies "are seldom successful but when
they are there apparently is a real,
demand for them. I see no reason
why they should be abolished.
The governor signed the bill ap-
propriating $1,427,270 a year to state
normal colleges, a reduction of ap-
proximately one-third under appro-
priations of the last fiscal year.

Thrills at the national air races were provided by Maj. Ernst
Udet, German war ace, who is shown here stunting his biplane.

Here is one of the 25 seaplanes which began a projected flight from Orbetello, Italy, to Chicago.
via Iceland and Iaborador. The fleet had waited several weeks for favorable weather for the takeoff.
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Prof. Raymond Moley (left), assistant secretary of state,' is
shown with Herbert Bayard Swope shortly after he arrived in Lon-
don to jcn the American delegation to the World economic confer-
ence. -

With the aid of a robot pilot, Wiley.Post will start from New York on a solo flight around the
world in an effort-to lower his. own globe-circling record of a little better than eight and a half days
made with Harold Gatty in 1931. He will fly the Winnie Mae, the same plane he and Gatty used two
years ago. l'ying 'over the route shown on map, Post hopes to complete the trip in six days.

LOST

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
p. M. Sunday in preparation for the
Community Song Service which be-
gins at '7:00 p. m.
Communtiy Sing, David Mattern
leader supported by the University
Orchestra. Talk by Dr. Frederick B.
Fisher on ."Songs of Progress," 7
o'clock Sunday evening in front of
the Library. Auspices of the Com-
DANC EJack -Nelson's -Band
"'C Free adm. Park plan
OCEAN or 50c couple
B REACH ViaSaline, Clinton,
Sand Brooklyn, to
P IER 'Clark's Lake
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munity Recreation Committee..
Wesley Hall: Student Guild at 6
p. m. Professor Howard Y. McClusky
will speak on "Religion and Mental
Hygiene." At 9:30 a. m., a class for
Students in the Summer Session..
All Campus Golf: All students in-
terested in participating in an all
campusgolf tournament should turn
in qualifying score at the Club
House, University Golf Course by
July 10.
Aberdeen, Washington, retired as
currency on July 1, 10,000 wooden
25-cent pieces used locally as money.
CONTINUOUS SAT. AND SUN.
35c to 6 P.M. --25c AFTER

IXARRIMAN BOUND OVER
John A. Harriman, Ypsilanti school
principal, was bound over to circuit
court today following a hearing be-
fore Justice Jay H. Payne on the
charge of taking indecent liberties.
Bond was- continued at $5,000. The.
hearing on another similar charge
was postponed because of the ab-
sence of a witness.

LOST-Lady's gold wrist watch; re-
ward. Finder call Charles Parvin,
7142.
'MISSION STAMPS' SUGGESTED
SAN FRANCISCO-(P)-The Cali-
fornia Mission Trails 'association will
petition the federal government to
issue a series of stamps featuring
California's 21 missions.

Fay Gillis, 23, of Minneapolis,
will aid Wiley rost at two Siberian
points on his projected world solo
flight. She willsupervise refueling
at Novo Sibirsk and then will board
the craft for the flight to Khaba-
rovsk to direct servicing of 'the
plane for the jump to North Amer-
ica.

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YIMIYIYYI AMI YY 1111 11 IIIVYIIYVY YY1/ !"

Ellsworth Vines of California
failed in his quest for a second
successive Wimbledon tennis cham-
pionship yesterday when he was
defeated .4-6, 11-9, 6-2, 2-6, 6-4,
by Jack Crawford, Australian Davis
Cup star.
In one century Chicago has
grown from a frontier stockade to
fifth place among the great cities
of the world.

Attend Cool
Matinees

MICHIGAN

Washed,
Air.

LAST TIMES TODAY-
TOM TYLER in
"DEADWOOD PASS"
_____And Chapter
"DEVIL HORSE"
Also
Mickey Mouse 'Cartoon

LAST TIMES TODAYT

RUTH CHATTERTON
~LILLY_ TRNER"
with
GEORGE BRENT -FRANK McHUGH - GUY KIBBEE

Comedy =His Vacation"

TOMORROW

dance
each
night

"WHEN, LADIES-,MEET"
ANN HARDING - ROBERT MONTGOMERY
Comedy]1A TICAttend Cool
News Matinees
"THE EAGLE AND THE HAWK"
FREDERICK CARY JACK
MARCH GRANT OAKIE

Sunday - Monday - Tuesday
DOUBLE FEATURE
PROGRAM
First Ann Arbor Showing
"Thrill of Youth"
June Clyde - Allen Vincent
and
LEE TRACY in
"NI GH T MAYOR"

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The Best of Dancing and
Entertainment is found at .,.
BLUE LANTERN
Island Lake
Take M-23 to Grand River and
turn right.
- a s ,- . - a - a

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at 'this cool,

unique

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
T ONIGHT 8:30"

y° The oven is pre-heated for 12
minutes to a temperature of 600 degrees, and the
steak placed on the grill. The intense heat of the
element quickly sears the surface of the meat. The
finished steak is succulently tender within, crisply,
brown without, with melted butter poured over

restaurant . .. good
music by the hut

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