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25, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1DUCATION TALKS:
Chicago Professor To Speak
On Rise of Peopl's Colleges

Prof. L. V. Koos of the Univer-
sity of Chicago will speak on "The
Rise of the People's College" at
4:05 today in the University High
School Auditorium in the first of
of a summer lecture series spon-
,ored by the School of Educa-
tion.
guest Speakers
Other lectures will be given by
members of the staff and guest
speakers. Tomorrow Prof. Arthur
B. Moehlman will discuss "The.
Crisis in Public Education" and
Friday Prof. William H. Blatz
will speak on "What Is 'Self-De-
mand'?".
The remainder of the lecture
schedule includes: June 30, "What
Is Ahead in Education?" by Dean
J. B. Edmonson; July 2, "Techni-
ques, for Studying Human Ma-
terial," by Prof. Raleigh Schor-
ling; July 3, "School Health De-
partment Relationships for Health
Education," by Prof, Mabel Ru-
gen; July 7, "The Future of Pro-
The Student Directory
Will go on Sale July 9

gressive Education," by Prof. G.
Max Wingo; July 9, "Reading and.
Visual Fatigue," by Prof. Walter
F. Dearborn; July 10, "The Prob-
lem of Religion in Our Public
Schools" by Prof. Claude Eggert-
sen.
List Continues
July 11 "Toward a Profession of
Teaching" by Prof. Paul J. Mis-
ner; July 21, "Research on the
Psychology of Reading at the Uni-
versity of Michigan," by Prof. Irv-
ing H. Anderson; July 23, "Treids
in College Physical Education" by
Prof. Elmer D. Mitchell; July 24,
"The Teacher in an Atomic Age,"
by Prof. Edgar G. Johnston; July
25, "The Training of Teachers in
Service," by Prof. Francis W. Dal-
ton; July 28, "Creative Teaching
and Human Expansion," by Prof.
Fred G. Walcott; July 30, "A New
Discipline," by Prof. Willard C.
Olson; July 31, "What Should
the School Do About Social Stra-
tification?" by Prof. Howard Y.
McClusky.
All lectures are open to the pub-
lic without charge.

Co-Rec-Rally
To Be Held at
WAR Friday
The Women's Physical Educa-
tion Department will sponsor a co-
Rec-Dtally from 7 to 9 p.m. Fri-
day at the Women's Athletic
Building and Palmer Field.
Stag or drag, all students may
attend. Identification cards are
required. Students may check out
equipment at the desk in the WAB
lobby for sports. Badminton, vol-
leyball, tennis, golf putting, table
tennis, croquet and shuffleboard
are included in the activities
which will be offered. Badminton
birds, tennis balls and golf balls
must be supplied by the player.
Square dancing will be held aft-
er dark in the WAB lounge. Mr.
Howard Leibee of the Department
of Physical Education for Men will
be the caller.
Studio Work
Shop To Open
The Studio Work Shop will open
with a small exhibit of /previous
work at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the
Willow Run Village Community
Center.
A five-weeks series of instruc-
tional meetings has been sched-
uled for the Work Shop beginning
July 3 with a class in drawing in
black and white.
The Studio Work Shop has been
planned to accommodate village
residents who desire art instruc-
tion or are interested in doing any
type of art work in any medium.

Riding Classes .. .
Instruction in riding willt
fered at a nearby academy
sored by the Department of
ical Education for Women.

be of-
spon-
Phys-

HIGHLIGHTS ON CAMPUS

Four sections are offered: 2
p.m. and 3 p.m. on Monday and
Wednesday and the same hours on
Tuesday and Thursday. A car
will transport students to and
from the stables. Students will
be required to register at Barbour
Gym this week. Information con-
cerning fees may be obtained at
that time.
German Education ...
Lawrence W. Prakken will
speak on "Educational Recon-
struction in Germany" to mem-
bers of the Men's Education
Club at 7:15 p.m. today in the
Union.
Prakken, who is editor of the
"Education Digest" recently re-
turned from a tour of Germany.
As a member of a party of 12
editors who were guests of the
War Department he had the
opportunity to make a survey
of the general conditions in the
American occupation zone.
Election of officers will be
held at the meeting which is
open to all men education stu-
dents.
Golfers' Mixer .. .
A mixer for 150 men of the Na-
tional Collegiate Golf tournament
will be held from 7:30 p.m. to
10:30 p.m. today in the Union.
The dance, which is sponsored

by the athletic department, i,:
open to all students.
Women who wish to be hostess-
es for the mixer may call the of-
fice of the Social Director of the
League today.
** **
Piano Recital. ..
Mildred W. Williams, music
school student, will present a
piano recital at 8:30 p.m. today .
at Rackham Assembly Hall.
Her program will include se-
lections by Bach, Beethoven,
Poulenc, Debussy and Brahms.
The program is open to the
public without charge.
** *
Dancing Teachers . . .
A meeting of all women inter-
ested in acting as assistant teach-
ers for the League dancing classes
will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at
the League.
Garden Party . ..
The Women in Education Club
will hold a garden party at 7:30
p.m. today in the League garden.
The program will include games
and refreshments and is open to
all women interested in education.
'Graduate
Wins Praise
Peter Lisagor, graduate of the
University in 1939 and former
staff member of The Daily, was
singled out for praise yesterday
for his work on the Chicago Daily
News.
The praise came in the report of
the special Illinois house of Rep-
resentatives committee on mental
institutions. It said, in part, "We
do recognize and compliment the
splendid efforts of the press and
various correspondents, and par-
ticularly the Chicago Daily News
and its splendid writer, Peter Lisa-
gor, for their fine assistance."
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