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T1-F ICHIGAN DAILY

THlURSDAY, NON

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PO1NTMENT BUREAU
NOUNCES PLAN TO
G INNINO ECHR
W D ESIRE PQSITIO1NS IN IE-
TROFT RATHlER THtAN IN
SMALL TOWNS
QUIREMENTS ARE RIGID
rilnteiidex In IUY)Ter peninsubt
SeIIoQ1s Say They ('iot Cet
'L"cfers 1'reiiigan . t
M]h the registration of prospective
,lers beiing at the end of this
, Mrs. Helen Shambaugh, in
go of the Bureau of Appointiflents
galling to the attention of the
trews some important facts re-
ugSituations and teaching cur-

.TAKE-OFF OF USUCCESSFU'L WE ''ST\' ' ARD FLIGHT

Truettner.
Publicity committee- -George 11i.
Annable, chairman; Frederic «W. Ful-
ler, Jr., Stafford . Jones, Jo I1.
Chamberlain, Ruth Ti. Moore.
Invitations commit e-Albert J.
f lloesch, cha irnwn : J o onA. Cmuina -
h11,111, ilber I). I 'rescot t . O'.-e
Neal Sheehan, \ rr_t I Hi1,!BcerI s-
ab)el 1). St att, June Sblomerc.
1 ipe: and (pl!. rCO'fliili r,_-dc; vi-
es B. Gilbert, ec inn L et P
Wyse, William 1). Brmugm
COLUNVIBUS, (Ohio-in Niiiet pe"' ;:i
of te n'tle ,814111i,,of 10io 'I
university are werliitIg he-ir a
through school, a cu(ordli g to ire
c;omlpiled by the Y. A'l. C.A.2 e
cent of this number are wl. iolil d
pendent on heiwir own reso c [e4.

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before half the(distan'e IhAd be.i[aversed.
CO MI T E E BE SAN O NC D FO 'onion, rli iiiimat; Paul S. r~yarl
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YEAR BY SE7I OR CLASS P ESDE I' .Shaink, ElizabethF.LIHarr!

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irtcula.'
The report points out that at the R
end of each year, there are a num-
~er of candidates, for teaching posi-
tions who are left unplaced, chiefly
because they limit themselves too
imuch geographically. These people F
wolimit themselves to one section t
qand do not consider the other places n
fall into two main groups at this t
.n'versity, according to Mrs. Sham- c
baugh. There are those who will not a
consider the Upper Peninsula, and-
those who, desire places in or, near
D.etroit and do not want to go to
the smaller towns.
Superntenidents 1Dissatisfied
The. Bureau, has received many
complaints from superintendents in
the 'Upper Peninsula schools.ho say
that they, can get no teachers from
the University when they can go an
get any number from Wisconsin, Min-
neota, Northwestern, and Illinois..
Fw of those who want to go into
the Detroit schools show fanilies~
wiAth the teaching requirements of
that city. ,In this city, no inexperienc-
ed teacher is allowed to teach in the
high, schools, and furthermore, no
teacher is, appointed in the high
schools; except from the elementary
schools or from the substitute list,
Mrs. ;Shambaugh pointed out. Even
the graduates ofthe University with-
oit experience or normal school work
must take work in the Detroit Teach-
ers' "college before appoiktment to
the elementary, grade jobs.j
A any Teelirs Unpaced
On account of these singular pre-
ferences, there are always a large
number of unpaced teachers seekingI
positions at the end of summer and
during scho~l. Most of these are in
this position on account of the factj
that they, have refused small town!
positions, Mrs. Shainbaugh said. The
Bureau believes that many do not ap-
preciate the advantages of small town
jobs and is now gathering data to
show that the small cities and vil-
lages are good places to gain ex-j
po "ante.l
AmWong this data are found some
interesting facts, according to the bu-
reau head It points out that living
eXpenses .in the /small town are low-
er, and that in most cases, the wages
are the same as paid in larger cities.
High school inspectors are demand-
ing college people for positions in the
schiools, which sometimes have as
large an enrollment as an individual
city high school. The small towns
are now :much more accessible be-
cause of the bus lines, and the life
in a small community gives the
teacher a greater chance to take
part in extra-curricular activity and
in the social life of that community.
In closing, Mirs. Shambaugh wishes
to emphasize the fact that as long as
experience is usually necessary in a
city school, small town training and
expe rience are excellent for such
wfork, and that after two or three
years, the teacher may then move on
to a better job. Thus, the Bureau
would' have less difficulty with un-
placed teachers, with the small tow'
superintendents, and the prospective
teachers will have better positions and
nmore chance to advance.
SPEAKS IN EAST1
Prof. C. C. Iaric, o.' the E: gl: h
,department, will. ecture on the teachi-
Ing of the English language at the
New York'State Teachers Association
convention being held today and to-
morrow in Rochester.
Tilley Helps Choose
Head Qf New School
The. Daily wisps to correct an in-
acuracy, which appeared recently in
connection with articles on the new
Craubrook school. Prof. M. B. Tilley
is not chairman of tile board of di-
retors, but chairman of the commit-

tee which .chose the headmaster. Prof.
William H. Frayer is a member of
the board of directors.

Robert C. Llai dtjj t;]lj( ~Piiscli, chairiian: Coi it0,luiiii (Sni ,iti an.
Serve On T61 sCnioti. (Qrn~';{ Ellis 13. M,'err y. Xl
.For Ensuing Year Atic econTh ittee --- ri'a 11. ' Pooh
\V achter, eliai moran; 1Ben ie C. Jo -clay,
Announcement has been made b)y terba alin, orma~n Gabel, Iinazn I [. Lean
Robert C. Lelaud, 128,, president of MVunger.Pi
he senior literary cla~is, of. appoint- Auditincg ('oliliitteeC illiani 1).dal,
ments of class committee inlembers for , Adwards, Jr., chairman; La i lidei K. Slavi
he ensuing year. Thier, are 10 such Goodrich, John A. Keijuedy, ltichar i'd-cmmt e s h nePes o w i h H t~:, E e n r . M tl.rat n
ire as follows: Banquet colnmlittee--- rlfloilia L. !'Owra

I lora comm (11111itteec --- Lorne 3.
l, cha ~ii mnn; TDouglas F. lRouble"
Warren A. Wood, D)onald J. Me-
,Vivian C. Pratt.
1 c(oilil ittoe--- TholiuasJ.Dn
(ll ii'fligin; Ra tliih M. (Cole, Bar-
i H. Patton. 0
-ooiic iacie -John11 11. Giover', chair-
ay, Fry nv m Hnat , Dorothy C.

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The Shell -Shocks they got in France were mild'eom-
pared to the She-Shocks they goot when they wandered

Wood,-arcs, at Eljiot
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Week Beginning Monday, October 31
NIGHTS-: 5c, $,.,so. Mats. Tues.,
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Would You Marry a Chorus Girl?
Does It Pay to Be a Spitfire?
Myron C. °aa an's Greatest Comedy
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