« PreviousContinue »
PROGRAM OF GENERAL SESSIONS
(Admission to all meetings of the Club by badge).
Wednesday Evening, April 2
ROOM B-8, HIGH SCHOOL Meeting of the Association of High School Principals Chairman-Principal J. B. Edmonson, Jackson. Secretary-Principal J. E. Porter, Cadillic. 1. Informal Discussion of Administrative Work of the High
8:00 o'clock. PHYSICS LECTURE ROOM
Address: A Botanist's Travels in Mexico.
Dr. C. J. Chamberlain, Professor of Botany, University
of Chicago. (Compliments of the Academy of Science).
Thursday Morning, April 3
President-Mr. H. N. Chute, Ann Arbor. Secretary-Mr. Louis P. Jocelyn, Ann Arbor. 1. High School Biological Sciences as Related to Human Life.
Prof. Maurice A. Bigelow, Teachers College, Columbia
University, New York City.
A Report on a Study of Science in High Schools.
Dr. J. G. Coulter, Bloomington, Illinois.
1. Junior Girls' Play, 4:00 P. M. 2. Reception of Alumnæ and former Students of the Univer
sity, 6:00 P. M. 3. Alumnæ Banquet, 6:45 P. M.
(Note:-Admission to Play and Banquet $1.00. Secure Reservations before April 2 of Dean Myra B. Jordan).
LECTURE ROOM, 203 TAPPAN HALL Presiding Officer-President H. B. Hutchins. Illustrated Lecture, The Industrial Arts of the Ancient Orient.
Professor Karl Bezold, University of Heidelberg, Germany.
Thursday Evening, April 3
UNIVERSITY HALL Address, Sound Waves. How to Photograph and Analyze Them,
Professor Dayton C. Miller, Case School, Cleveland, Ohio.
MUSICAL PROGRAM-HIGH SCHOOL
Friday Morning, April 4
BUSINESS MEETING OF GENERAL SESSION.
(a) Reports of Officers.
1. The Function of the High School,
Hon. Luther L. Wright, Superintendent of Public In
struction. 2. Social Origins of the School,
Professor R. M. Wenley, University of Michigan. 3. The Product of the High School,
Professor J. L. Markley, University of Michigan. 4. Discussion.
ROOM C-I, HIGH SCHOOL
SARAH CASWELL ANGELL HALL Presiding Officer-Dean J. R. Effinger, University of Michigan. Illustrated Lecture, The Religious Art of the Ancient Orient.
Thursday and Friday Evenings
Informal Reception, Michigan Union.
of teachers during the meeting.)
Friday Evening, April 4
Presiding Officer—Professor F. W. Kelsey, University of Mich
igan. Address: The Paradox of Oxford, Mr. Paul E. More, Editor of The Nation, New York.
PROGRAM OF CONFERENCES
CLASSICAL CONFERENCE Chairman-Professor Campbell Bonner, University of Michigan. Secretary-Miss Anna S. Jones, Grand Rapids.
Wednesday Afternoon, April 2
LECTURE ROOM, 203 TAPPAN HALL Presiding Officer-Professor Campbell Bonner, University of
Michigan. 1. The Transition from the Roman System of Dating to the
Professor Mark Bailey, Kalamazoo College. 2. Solving the Problem of Secondary Latin,
Conference conducted by Miss Clara J. Allison, Hast
ings High School. The following questions will be discussed: a Radical Changes in Subject Matter: a Venture and a
Miss Olive Sutherland, Eastern High School, Detroit. 6. Subordinating Quantity to Quality,
Miss Elsie E. Cooper, Ypsilanti High School. c More Class Periods for Beginners,
Superintendent M. W. Longman, Owosso. 3. Caesar B. G. VI. 26 Again.
Professor Francis W. Kelsey, University of Michigan. 4. Roman Ruins in Timgad,*
Professor Wallace S. Elden, Ohio State University. 5. Business Meeting.
Thursday Afternoon, April 3
LECTURE ROOM, 203 TAPPAN HALL Presiding Officer-Professor John T. Ewing, Alma College. 6. The Substantive Subjunctive,
Professor Earle M. Parker, Northern State Normal
School, Marquette. 7. Greek and Latin in the Schools of Belgium: a Report,
Professor John G. Winter, University of Michigan.
Illustrated with stereopticon.
8. Luther's Use of the New Testament in Latin before Decem
sisted by Miss Clara D. Meyer, Bessemer High
School. 9. Some Thoughts about the Value of the Classics,
Professor Moritz Levi, University of Michigan
LECTURE ROOM, 203 TAPPAN HALL
University Lecture Presiding Officer-President H. B. Hutchins. 10. The Industrial Arts of the Ancient Orient,*
Professor Karl Bezold, University of Heidelberg.
Friday Afternoon, April 4
Presiding Officer-Professor B. L. D'Ooge, State Normal College The Material Bond Between the God and the Worshipper,
Professor Campbell Bonner, University of Michigan. 12. Informal “Round Table” Conference and “Question Box.”
Conducted by Miss Anna S. Jones, Central High
School, Grand Rapids. Special reports: a Keeping Greek in the Schools, Miss Winifred Daboll, St. John's High School.
. b An Experiment with the “Direct Method,"
Dr. Frank E. Robbins, University of Michigan. Note: Other questions for discussion at this conference should be sent to Miss Jones by April 1. 13. What Recent Books and Illustrative Materials are of Value
for Classical Teachers ?
of the classical faculty of the University of Michigan,
SARAH CASWELL ANGELL HALL Presiding Officer-Dean J. R. Effinger. 14. The Religious Art of the Ancient Orient,*
Professor Karl Bezold, University of Heidelberg. * Jllustrated with stereopticon.