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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GREENE WILL REPORT'
EXPERIMENT RESULTS

BUREAU CHIEF- ANNOUNCES PLACES
FOR TEACHERSBEING FILLED NOW

Calls for teachers to fill positions in
schools and colleges, next fall, arc
now being received every (lay at the
office0 of the Buireau of Appointments,

made by thle bureau since the begin-
ning of the new year and it is pr'ob-
able that more will be filled from the

Dr. Edward B. Greene, instructor accrdig------------Sambug, lists before the semxester is concludled.
In psychology, will announce the re- chief of the bureau. The majority of The personal interviews with those
suits of his controlled reading tests -these calls are from~ colleges and enrolled have been begun again by
today at 4 in room 2116, Natural work has already begun in the filling mfrs. S'hambaugh and next week she
Science building, of these places with students and will interview those persons enrolled
The tests consisted of six one hour, graduates enrolled with the bureau. with the bureau whose last names be-
readings of unfamiliar material.1 In speaking of the filling of these, gin with N, 0, P or Q. One week, atj
'The.re were (three groups working places, Mrs. Shambaugh places espe- the end of February, will be hield open
under different methods. The first cial importance to prospective teach- so that all those who did not come
read the material slowly and care- ers on the short interviews which she' at the regular time may. be inter-
fully, digesting each paragraph; the is now conducting with those who viewed, and work will then b)e begun
second took notes while they read; enrolled with the bureau during its on filling the calls for next fall.
and the third read as fast as they last enrollment period.. Each week1
could.:: she l4as been dividing the list intoI
Each test was divided up into two short groups and has interviewed Il
parts., The material was read in 25 many of those who fall in that group.
minutes, and the remainder of the H-owever, many have failed to co-
time was given. over to answering l operate with the bureau in appearing C O R OK U N A
50 true-false questions. How each I on time for their interviews, and this
group ranked has been determined by handicaps the applicant in that he or lthe. pioneer pa
charts, and the results show alm'ost she cannot be placed unless inter-
equal for the first and third groups viewed by Mrs. Shambaugh.Nearly amilijo
while the second was not quite as Ten placements for positions toj
good. start in February have already beeni 0. D. M C(
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Authorized Dealer: L. C. Smith

USE TIES AS TIE
TO GUIDE ARTISTS"
tiIvrsy OF KAII\ 1 i NSAS, Law-r
rerlce. hKan.--F~oi'all Ithis xweeli, and1
as much longer as t hey like, the
students of archite(cture at the uni-
versity of Kansas will advertise their
profession by weanrig Windsor ties.
The suipposition is that this will act
as a ''tie"' between the students, and(I
.that. Windsor ties are invar'iably a
guidle to artists.
Although the step is not a regula-
tion, all studlents of t iih ecture are
( olnplyinlg w i' Ixthe 1equ1est . just as
the journalists all ware Corduroy
tr'ouser's some uinii' ago, the, Senior
engineers wvore five gallon hats.

up] of boys actively interestedl in for- yk r
entr'y and is guide~d by some of the,70+
loca Menwhowishto wake en
husmism in conservation. The club
is now working on the preparation of =IIl1IIE11111111rrEI1[111[IrE1lI1~ll!~1111i1illlll1r1L
foirestry" exhibit material, according
to a recent. notice. A number of pro- =
grams relative to timber conserva-_ Exclusive Importers of
I Lon re iven by the club during the
rear andi forest motion pictures are 1=
sponsored. :" . I . u a u e
,HDER OF THE STAR =-ae[da- ao
i' rib rhat wxill 'speak on - C r i"dar'wl~ co
"Th Lea( gue of \Iotherhood" 1 VOGEL BROS. MARKET
id, Janao 20, at 8 p. in
n~h 4t Ave.Fresh and Smoked Meats
p1 r ecm Fish and Poultry
a I c ______________________-P11one 66i') 339 South 3.ain Street
ReadThe Want Ards

lliiSCHOOL ORGANIZES ,
NL W CLUB FOR FORESTRY
r lt'uni( C le. .u s lhigh .school has ai
1 o restry' (clb similar to the one here
ai.the t oniversity. The club is mad e

COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
wvill find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than ever.

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'htone (f61 5.
&Corona Typewriters, Inc.;
nderwood portables.
of all na~lges a special! v.

also

A nnouncing
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
12:30-2:30
SANDWICH SHOP
1204 S. University

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Ann Arbor's Leading Market
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY
YOUR MEATS
A trial order will convince you
Eschelbach Market

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and boys included in the reduction.
40c to $1.60
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Spring goods arriving daily.
J. F. WUERTH CO.
c Albert Fiegel, Prop.
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o ;~ext to Wuerth Theater Downtown
Do You Know?
SThat HART SCHAFFNER & MARX have
placed with us their first showing of their
beautiful line of SUITS & TOPCOATS for
SPRING
SMany numbers, now in, disclose a variety
Sof newly found shades and patterns in
SLIGHT GREYS, supporting stripes and de-
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I Spring Headwear
- ALSO ON DISPLAY
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