THE MICHIGAN DAILY WDnSDAY
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Will Give Talk
Speech Discusses Trends
In Social Mathematics
As Part Of Series Here
Trends in social mathematics will
be discussed at 4:05 p.m. today in
the University .High School Audi-
torium by Prof. Raleigh Schorling of
the education school.
The talk is part of a seres on
"State and National Trends in Edu-
In' the lecture yesterday, Dr. F.
Dean McClusky described the "teach-
ing of human relations in secondary
schools," as practiced at the Scars-
The personality, he indicated, is
analyzed in terms of its four major
aspects: the intellectual, the physi-
cal, the social and the emotional.
The process of bringing the person-
ality into balance is regarded as a
problem in learning and is ap-
proached from the point of view of
the psychology of learning.
The students at the ghool, Dr.
McClusky pointed out, are encour-
aged to study various aspects of the
total situation and to report to the
class. Various types of study activi-
ties areemployed, such as reading,
group or individual projects and ex-
Each student keeps a notebook. No
textbook is used and the evaluation
of the student's progress is based
upon the evidence of his or her un-
derstanding of the major problems
as revealed im reports and in the
carry-over to other phases of school
and home life.
Prof. Howard Y. McClusky of the
education school will give the final
talk in this series at 4:05 p.m. to-
morrow on "The Conservation of
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hear the ballgame
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FORD STRESSES WHEAT, PLASTICS-Henry Ford (above), who
is 78 years old today, says a plastics industry based on wheat will furnish
employment for millions of workers in factories and on farms. "We
have found more than 20 elements in wheat,"'he explained. He sat in
a shock of wheat on his farm near ,Detroit.
FIREMEN RESCUE LAD FROM ROOF-On the roof of a west side
Chicago theatre building, firemen held Steve Bodner, 14, encased in a
canvas basket, as they prepared to lower him by pulley and line to the'
ground. The ingenious rescue was effected after the lad lay four hours
with a broken leg suffered while sliding down the water-sprayed arched
roof, 30 feet above the sixth floor.
BATTLE'S ENDED FOR THESE GERMANS-Captured German soldiers make up this column, Russian
sources said. This photo was sent from Moscow to New York via radio.
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New York ..... ..65 30
Cleveland .... .. .55 41
Boston... ....49 45
Chicago ........47 49
Philadelphia ... .45 49
Detroit .. . ... .'.45 53
St. Louis... . ..37 56
Washington ..,.36 56
Detroit 6, New York 3
St. Louis 3, Boston 2
Chicago 1, Philadelphia 0
Cleveland 5, Washington 1
Detroit at New York
St. Louis at Boston
Cleveland at Washington, night
Chicago at Philadelphia, night
St. Louis ........61 33
Brooklyn .......59 35
Pittsburgh ......49 41
New York .......45 43
Chicago ........43 50
Boston .........37 55,
Philadelphia ... .23 68
CHURCHILL INSPECTS U.S. TANK-Prime Minister Churchill (white suit) inspected an M-3 medium
tank, built in the United States, during an inspection trip of an armored division in the southern eommand in
England. This photo was sent from London to New York via cable.
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Cincinnati 7, New York 4
Chicago 12, Philadelpliia 4
Brooklyn 7, St. Louis 7 (called
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Philadelphia at Chicago
Boston at Pittsburgh, night
New York at Cincinnati, night
Brooklyn at St. Louis
Men's Education Club
To Hold Picnic Today
The Men's Education Club will
hold a picnic, at 4:15 p.m. today at
Portage Lake. Tickets for the picnic
may be obtained at the office of the
School of Education or at the li-
brary in University High School.
Cars for those who do not have
transportation will leave the east
entrance of University High School
about 4 p.m.