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July 22, 1927 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1927-07-22

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

SPEAKERS FOR ANNUAL
NCE AT MACKINAC ISLAND

'kindergarten Workers Tour Europe
To Establish And Gain New Ideas

(By Associated Press)

WASHINGTON.-Although the kin-
dergarten was originated in Germany
90 years ago by Frederich Froebel, it
has flourished on a broader scale in
the United States than in Europe,
and America has been able to "ex-t
port" ideas on this branch of educa-
tion for a number of years.
Nevertheless, Europe has not been
depleted of idea sources. The sum-
mer lull in kindergarten activities is
being utilized by a number of Ame-
rican leaders in the training of little
folks to study conditions there and
to take part in the American dedica-
tion, at Lievin, France, of a national
shrine to their work.
The tour was arranged for friends
of the International Kindergarten
Union and the Kindergarten Unit of

Miss Annie Laws, Cincinnati philan-
tropist, who died July 1. The Kinder-
garten Unit of France was organized
during the war by the International
Union and the American Red Cross.
The shrine at Lievin, toward which
many Americans contributed, marks
the tenth anniversary of its work.
The unit has established play-
school "gardens of children" in the
devastated regions, many of them on
such an effective basis as to win the
praise of authorities in this country.
These and other kindergartens in
France, Germany and other countries
will be visited by the American party.
It includes such leaders as Miss Ella
Ruth Boyce, director of kindergartens
at Pittsburgh; Miss Stella Louise
Wood of Minneapolis, Minn., and Miss

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Here are some of the outstanding figures and speakers for the annual
conference of governors at Mackinac Island, Michigan. The conference
will begin Sunday,. July 24. Governor Ralph O. Brewster, of Maine, is
chairman of the meeting. Governor Fred W. Green, of Michigan will wel-
come the visiting executives with Governor F. C. Emerson giving the re-
sponse. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, Governor Bibb Graves of
Albama and J. E. Martineau of Arkansas, are on the the speakers program.

EDUCATION CLUBIl
HAS 171 MEMBERS
The Men's Education club of the
Summer session has a membership of I
171, according to its directory issued
this week,
Of this number 41 are principals, 36
are superintendents, 30 claim teaching,
as their profession, and the remaind-I
er are students, university instructorsI
text book representatives, teachers i
from other colleges, school com-
missioners, and specialized workersf

in the educational field.
The state of Michigan heads the
list with 137 members. Ohio and Il-
linois are second with eight each, and
Indiana ranks next with seven. All
together, 12 states are represented,
including such distant ones as Flori-
da, Mississippi and Maryland.{
Michigan's public school men come
from the larger communities. Cities
with a school census of 2,000 and over
have 45 representatives; places hav-
ing 500 to 1,999 school children are
next with 41 members. Only 21 are
from smaller schools.

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