Education: Teaching Films

That the talking cinema is capable of important functions other than mass entertainment has long been obvious. Whether one of these other functions is public school education was the question which a boy and girl from the District of Columbia and every State except Washington gathered last week in Washington, D. C, to answer.

The 48 boys and 48 girls were comfortably housed at the huge Wardman Park Hotel where they splashed about in the swimming pool and gazed at big league ball players in the lobby. The first day they took, at...

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