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THEMICHIGANDAILY

MICI

AS COMMITTEE:

Group Accepts Petitions
For Housing Unit Floats

Professors Note Teaching Aids

The Michigras Central Com-1

Others are Betsy Barbour, Zeta

mittee yesterday announced the
acceptance of 18 petitions for
floats for this year's parade.
The housing units whose peti-
tions have been accepted are: Sig-
ma Delta Tau, Sigma Alpha Mu,
Couzens Hall, Phi Kappa Psi,
Evans Scholars, Alpha Omicron
Pi, Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, Delta Phi Epsilon,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Chi,
Henderson House.

Psi, Blagdon House (Markley),
Cooley House, Trigon, Vail Co-op,
Hunt House, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi
Sigma Kappa, Geddes House, Del-
ta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Phi,
Adelia Cheever, Alpha Kappa
Lambda, Alpha Delta Phi, Collegi-
ate Sorosis, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Zeta Beta TauKappa Delta, Delta
Sigma Phi, Acacia, Stockwell, Al-
pha Gamma Delta and Beta Theta
Pi.

By GAIL EVANS
Program teaching is a "real
tool" for implementing the learn-
ing process; however, it won't re-
place the text book or the instruc-
tor, Prof. Edward L. Walker of the
psychology department said.
Recently, Michigan State Uni-
versity has developed and used a
book in an introductory natural
science course which employs one
form of programming-the scram-
ble book technique-originated by
Norman A. Crowder, California
psychologist.
In the chapter on genetics the
material presented is followed by
a multiple choice question. The

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student selects the answer and
flips to the back of the book. If
the answer is correct, he is told
to proceed to another set of ques-
tions. If the answer is incorrect,
the student is not only told why
but is instructed to reread the ini-
tial material.
Programming Advantages
The advantage of this system is
that the factual material is pre-
sented in small, logical steps,
therebe minimizing the chance of
error, Prof. Finley Carpenter of the
education school explained.
Programs "plug up holes right
when the errors are made, so that
students only retain correct an-
swers," he noted. In this way char-
acteristic mistakes made by stu-
dents can be corrected.
The University is cognizant of
the programmed learning tech-
niques, and in a year or so more
faculty members will be program-
ming, Prof. Carpenter said. Pres-
ently, the psychology department
offers a programmed course in
statistics and a German PhD re-
quirement course employs pro-
gramming techniques.
Explore Possibilities
Other University departments
are exploring the possibilities of
program learning. The medical
school, the engineeing college, edu-
Local Chapter
To Hold Talk'
The Ann Arbor Chapter of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews will sponsor a talk by
the Rev. Preston Bradley of the
Peoples' Church of Chicago at
6:30 p.m. today at Ann Arbor High
School. He will speak on "What Is
Brotherhood?"
Wendall Lyons of the YM-
YWCA will be the toastmaster.

cation school, business administra-
tion school and the economics,
psychology and language depart-
ments are all working on pro-
grams, Prof. Walker said.
But not all subjects can be pro-
grammed. Factual information
based on observable evidence can
be presented in this way, Prof.
Carpenter maintained.
Prof. Erich E. Steiner of the
botany department felt that MSU's
programmed presentation of gene-
tics was an interesting experiment.
"If someone developed a program
tailored to our situation, we'll
probably try it if it is feasible," he
commented.
Principal Functions
The main advantage of pro-
grammed learning at the Univer-
sity, according to Prof. Steiner,
would be for the distribution stu-
dent who deplores learning tech-
nical material, when what he
wants is generalizations. "But you
can't discuss the big ideas until
you have the facts," he asserted.
Programmed learning might
help the student pick up detail,
faster, he added.
In general there are two func-
tions of the program technique,
Prof. Steiner said. First, to assist
the slow student learn difficult
concepts. And, secondly, to help
all students learn effortlessly in
preparation for the integration of
fact and theory.
"There is no ascetic necessity to
make learning difficult," he as-
serted.
To Consider
S for UNU
The seminar on a United Na-
tions University will consider a
location for the school tonight at
7:30 p.m. in Rm. 3532 of the SAB.
Dr. Richard D. Ahern, architect
and urban design consultant aid.
Prof. Peter Newman of the eco-
nomics department will speak at
the meeting.
Tonight's discussion will be the
eighth in a series of meetings to
consider various aspects and ob-
stacles to the establishment of the
proposed international university.
Harary To Speak
On Graph Theory
Prof. Frank Harary of the
mathematics department and a
member of the Research Center
for Group Dynamics will speak on
"Aspects de la notion de dualite
en theorie des graphes" by de
Ghellinck at 3 p.m. today in Rm.
2050 Mason Hall.
Graph theory is an area of math
which is applied to computer de-
signs, management science and
electronics circuit theory.

PERSONAL
"GEN EV I EVE"
-HAPPY BIRTHDAY-
It's about that cake . . . be sure to
use the beer for a chaser
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WE'LL SEE YOU AT MIDNIGHTI
F2
MARK-Why not? It happens to the
best of us. ruth baby F3
DEAR YOUME-I was afraid this would
happen. Meyou .F
WAA PETITIONING until March 16th.
F10
MARK-A toast to the host. Many
thanks for a wonderful time. Linda
and Jerry. F9
LADDIE-What kind of a guy would
step on a girl when she is down?
Crushed, Ankle F8
LEAGUE PETITIONING NOW OPEN !
Hurry! Pick up your petition In the
League Undergrad office. F5
RI DE WANTED for 4 FRIENDLY girls
to Boston or New England area for
spring vacation. Will share expenses
and driving. Call 3-1581, Ext. 918 or
923. F4
JOHN C.,
Why'not?
ch
P.S. Would somebody, like Fred, tell
me what this is all about? F7
DISPOSING of my large library at pri-
vate sale. Rare opportunity frStu-
dents to build up a l1irr of good
books at low prices. Special loW prices
on sets of books. Showings at 617
Packard St. (near State) from 12
P.M. to 4 P.M. every day except Sun-
day. F8
USED CARS
'57 VOLKSWAGEN. $695. Phone NO
5-9309. N13
FOR SALE-61 Corvette, excellent cn-
dition. 680-0239 after 6 P.m. N12
MGTD 1953 Silver convertible w/blue
top and interior, porthole windows,
immaculate condition, garage main-
tained,. one of a kind, sports ear,
designed and renovated. Owner sell-
ing, $2000-firm price. WO 1-7100. N9
FOR SALE: Alfa Romeo Guilletta coupe.
1959. Excellent condition, recent over-
haul, new battery and generator.
Maintained for personal use - never
raced. Forced to sell at sacrifice.
Reason-unexpected long leave from
area. $1875 or nearest offer. Call NO
3-0857. N5
DOG OF A CAR,
Preferably .fot
St. Bernardo
54 Ford-Excell.
Running condition,
Lousy body.
ORVAL JOHNSON
308 Tyler
NO 24591 Nil
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Alpha Xi Delta Quill, whit# gold,
pearls and 1 diamond, between 833
E. Univ. and 914 Hill. Reward. Call
66-36360 evenings. A-$

FOR RENT
PARKING SPACE for rent. Very close
to Frieze Bldg. Call NO 2-7274. 04
LOT PARKING available. Call NO 2-
1443. C31
'ANTED-Grad student with car to
share bargain luxury apt. NO 2-0592.
C1
WANTED: Girl to share "large, attrac-
tive, campus apartment" with two
others. Reasonable rent. NO 5-0447.
C40
FIRST FLOOR 3-room apartment for
rent. Bath, nicely furnished, utilities
included, laundry facilities. $110 per
month. Call NO 3-0292. C3
CAMPUS - HOSPITALS
Large, two bedroom apartment,
nicely furnished, located near in-
tersection of' Washtenaw and For-
est Avenues. Ideal for three or
four. Immediate occupancy. Call
for appointment to see: NO 2-7787
days and NO 3-2763 evenings.
Campus Management,
010
WE HAVE available for the Easter holi-
days-and our annual college invasion
of Fort Lauderdale--a hotel room
with private entrance and bath. Two
double beds. - will accommodate 4.
$2.50 per person per night. 1i minute
from the ocean-1 block of U.S. No. 1.
Get your reservations In early. Mr.
and' Mrs. Win. J. Sweet, 3000 NE
21st Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. C34
PERSONAL
DIAMONDS - WHOLESALE
The Largest and Finest Diamonds
at the Best Prices in area.
Robert Haack Diamond Importers
First National Bldg., Suite 504
By appointment only, NO 3-0653
Diamond mines: British Guiana, Brazil,
and Venezuela
F31
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Argues C-3 camera with
leather case, $25. Titunik Ex. 2145 or
after 5 p.m. NO 5-5145. B1
THE NEW YORK TIMES delivered daily.
Student Newspaper Agency, PO Box
241, Ann Arbor, Michigan. M10
1960 ZUNDAPP 250 c.c. excellent condi-
tion. Will sell at sacrifice price. NO 2-
5571. B12
REAL ESTATE
STUDIO, 800 sq. ft., Music, Dance, Re-
ducing, Ceramic, large assembly room
33x15, 4 smaller rooms, over Pretzel
Bell, 2- year lease. Will sell entire
building of 3 floors. Call- Lansing,
ED 7-9305. R6
BIKES and SCOOTERS
DO YOU FIND IT hard to get from
the IM Building to Frieze Hall in
just 10 minutes? If you have this
trip or any other long one, solve
your problem with a bike from
BEAVER'S BIKE AND HARDWARE
605 Church NO 5-6607
Z17
TRANSPORTATION

BUSINESS SERVICES
GERMAN & FRENCH language in
for for PhD. cand. & language
dents. NO 5-9322.
HI-FI. PHONO TV, and radio n
Clip this ad for free pickup an
livery. Campus Radio and TV,
Hoover. NO 5-+6644.
BEFORE you buy a class wring, 1a
the official Michigan ring. Burr
terson and Auld Co. 1209 South
versity, NO 8-8887.
GUITAR INSTRUCTION ,
Beginner and advanced. Indi
ual and small workshop gro
Classical, folk, popular. Call
6942.
A-1 New and Used Instrumen
BANJOS, GUITARS AND BONO,
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington NO 2-
LANGUAGE TUTORING-French,
man, Spanish, Italian, Latin,C
by young woman with Ph.D.
years college experience. Camp
cation. Call NO 5-7847,
IHI-FI & TV CENTER
Public Address systems for
Style Shows, Parties, Meetin
Operated by Professionals.
commentation provided if nec
Reasonable. NO 5-8607.
Finding holes in your winter ci
1ng? Find that the wind whir
through and sends chills up
down your spine? Then send t
to
WEAVE-BAC SHOP
224 Arcade NO 2-
"We'll reweave them to -look lke

MICHIGAN DAILY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES

MOORE
IS AN ANGEL-
SAYS CAROL BURNETT
Garry Moore and Carol Burnett
have a mutual admiration society.!
Says Carol: "He's the kindest man
I've ever met." Says Garry: "She
could be a great serious actress."
In this week's Post, Carol tells
why Garry "rations" her TV spots.
How she and Durward Kirby laugh
it up offstage. And why success
put a jinx on her marriage.
The Saturday Eventng
ao1 o S1U u OW OIw .AL.

COEDS:
While you're having a I
of coffee, why not have y
DONE at the . .
VOGUE BEAUTY
300 S. Thayer in the c
of the Bell Towe
Now featuring the Hair-
month-
THE' WING-DIN(
Call NO 8-8384, also eve
- 'appointment
Experienced Hair S

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If you like to have a fun tir
you eat good food and dri:
beer, why not come to the
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The only place in town featu
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HELP WANTED
CAMP COUNSELORS WANTF
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"FOUNDATIONS FOR FAITH"
A series of sermons on
basic words of the New Testament
by
The Rev. Malcolm Brown
The Rev. Jack Borckardt
presented at midweek worship services
each Wednesday at 7:30 during tent.

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BREAKING THE ICE FOR DAD. When Dad comes to visit, help him bridge the
years with questions like this: "These old ivy-covered buildings never change,
YJ do they?" "Say, aren't those girls the cat's meow?" "Dad, do you remember how

March 7 "FORGIVENESS"
March 14 "JUSTIFICATION"
MAr,491 "FF IIfWSHIP"

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