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November 17, 1932 - Image 8

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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

Council Names
New Members
On Committees
University Council Makes
Appointments To Five
Standing University committees for
the year 1932-1933 were announced
by the University Council yesterday
as follows:
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-
ful background."



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Michigan and author of "MICROBE HUNTERS"



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