THE MICHIGAN DAILY TlURS
owns considerable property on each
side of the road in addition to the
ordinary 120 foot right of way.
Grants for this project include $75
by the Chamber of Commerce and
about $75 from the Ann Arbor Gar-
den Club. Labor is being supplied
by the Welfare Department, about
160 of the city's indigent having been
given employment on the project. 1
dent Ruthven, "must always be a
co-operative project involving the
school, the home, and the commu-
nity. . . . The school must accept re-
sponsibility for the student, and it
will be most successful when it en-
courages moral and spiritual growth
by establishing a partnership in ex-
periment between teacher and stu-
:ent rather than by legislation."
John M. Trytten, instructor in
,ommercial education, has an inter-
:sting 'article on "Trends in Com-
mercial Education." Mr. Trytten
discusses an experiment in the ele-
mentary schools where typewriters
were used instead of the traditional
pencil and paper. He gbes on to dis-
cuss the changing tendency to regard
commercial education as a legitimate
and important part of general edu-
Stresses Commercial Work
"The values of commercial train-
ing as a general education for non-
:ollege students are beginning to be
recognized. For such students many
high schools are trying to do noth-
ing more specific than to help him
to do better those things which he
will probably have to do anyway.
But others are guiding these stu-
lents into commercial courses for
some of their work, and are adapt-
ng courses to their needs.
"Business courses offer the student
.vho is preparing for a professional
areer the opportunity to develop
business ability and to extend the
University Council Makes
Appointments To Five
Standing University committees for
the year 1932-1933 were announced
by the University Council yesterday
Program and Policy: President
Alexander G. Ruthven, chairman;
Prof. H. C. Anderson, vice-chairman:
Prof. L. A. Hopkins, secretary; Prof.
I. L. Sharfman, Prof. J. S. Reeves,
and Dean J. B. Edmonson.
Educational Policies: Prof. I. L.
Sharffman, chairman; Prof. E. N.
Durfee, Prof. C. W. Edmunds, Prof.
D. H. Parker, Prof. H. A. Sanders,
Prof. C. P. Wagner, and Prof. A. H.
Student Relations: Prof. J. S.
Reeves, chairman; Prof. A. S. Aiton,
Dr. Margaret Bell, Prof. R. W. Bunt-
ing, Prof. H. H. Higbie, Prof. P. E.
I James, and Prof. E. V. Moore.
Public Relations: Dean J. B. Ed-
monson, chairman; Dr. James D:
Bruce, Prof. W. H. Hobbs, Dr. H. A.
Haynes, Director W. D. Henderson,
Prof. W. A. Paton, and Prof. L. C.
Plant and Equipment: Prof. H. C.
Anderson, chairman; Librarian W.
W. Bishop; Prof. Campbell Bonner.
Prof. G. M. McConkey, Prof. G. C.
Grismore, Prof. M. Gomberg, Vice-
President.Shirley W. Smith, and Prof.
J. R. Hayden.
Two new members were elected to
the University Senate: Prof. R. G.
Rodkey, with a term of three years,
and Prof. W. A. McLaughlin, with a
term of two years.
foundation for his later activities in
such a way as to provide a very use-
"MEN AGAINST DEATH"
By Paul de Kruif, formerly Professor of Bacteriology at the University of
Michigan and author of "MICROBE HUNTERS"
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