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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1934

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Trytten Speaks
On High School
Guidance Work

it, Senate Contests

Recoting Of Telescopic Mirror

S

Says Jobs No Longer To' f: ..
Be Found By Trial Andrt -'
Error Method
John M. Trytten of the business.
administration school spoke yesterday{.:> ::
over WJR on "The High School RON5ON CUTTING DENN15 CWAVEZ
Counselor as a Vocation."
Mr. Trytten first explained thatI
it is no longer possible for a 15-year-
old boy to go from high school to a
job, and choose his life's work by
the "trial and error" method- of
shifting from one position to another
until he finds work that is suitable.
He said the employment age had
moved up to 21 years and that it s
might go higher.
Gives Students Help
The high school counselor's job is
to help students to inspect different {RC.DIN
lines of employment and help them L-sociated eress Photos
plan their life's work. These four men are outstanding in
Mr. Trytten said that in addition the New Mexico senatorial contests.
to this work the high school coun-
selor had to do work of a social na- RegsF
ture. When the boy gets out of school Registration For S.C.;A.

To Take Place By New Method,
Preparations are being made for "Last May," he said, "the telescope i
Sh was put out of commission for over a on
scoe iornwing the at-n te ob- month when alterations were made
scope mirror now in use at the ob-! so that the mirror could be taken out ial
servatory by a new aluminizing meth- by a motor-driven silvering carriage di
od. according to Prof. Heber D. Cur- -a necessary preliminary to the pro- 1
tis, head of the astronomy depart- cess of aluminizing. It is hoped that iti
ment. the bell-jar and accessories will be an
"For nearly a century past," Prof. ready for use in a few months. tri
Curtis stated, "reflecting telescopes It will add very greatly to the effi- I
with mirrors made of glass have been ciency of the instrument, as the loca- th
coated with a thin deposit of silver, so tion of the observatory in the city nu
as to gain a reflective power needed causes the silver coat to deteriorate lec
for visual or photographic use. The quite rapidly." in
silver is deposited from a chemical of
solution, which leaves on the surface , F
of the telescope mirror a thin film Crtis To Discuss'Sh
of pure silver less than a thousandth er,
of an inch thick. Studyof Eclipses dis
"However, through a new process was
developed by two physicists at Cor- An illustrated lecture on an eclipse
nell, this old preparation has now been! i
supplanted. They found that by plac- phenomenon will be given at 3:30 the
ing the mirror in a high vacuum, p.m. Sunday at the Detroit Institute
aluminum or other metals could be of Arts by Dr. Heber D. Curtis, head Te
electrically evaporated on the mirror.'o h srnm dprmn.Te9
I t has been found that the aluminumof the astronomy department. The 9
coat prepared in this way is betterI title of his talk will be, "Around the
than silver in many respects, particu- World to Chase a Shadow."
larly in its ability to reflect the violet Dr. Curtis in his talk will tell of F
part of light which is so helpful to an eclipse which he literally chased of1
photography. It is estimated that around the world four times, setting fo
there is a gain of 50 per cent efficiency up his camera apparatus in Suma- wi
by using this method. Another tra, Chile, Mexico, and Labrador.-Re
point in its favor is that although Eleven times during the past 35 years Se
it is yet new, this coating is expected Dr. Curtis trained his telescope on --
to last about five years, whereas with the eclipse phenomenon, and his pic-
silver the mirror must be covered at tures will show the results of his
least twice a year." photography as he saw them, in dif-
The new process entails the use of a ferent parts of the world.
large steel bell-jar 42 inches in-inside . Telling of distant worlds a million
diameter, which with its base weighs times larger than the earth, Dr. Cur-,
about 1,700 pounds, Professor Curtis tis will speculate on the possibility
explained. Special pumps, a force that life inhabits them.
pump, and a diffusion follower, will - --
also be used to secure the necessary
vacuum, he said.
The observatory reflector has been
unique among telescopes in that sil-
vering used to be done while the mir-
ror was in place in the telescope, a -
very difficult job, Dr. Curtis stated.
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CA Cabinet Meets
1T Discuss Budget
The cabinet of the Student Chris-
an Association held its weekly meet-
g Tuesday night in the Upper Room
Lane Hall. Plans for the financ-
drive for the student budget were
scussed.
Eleanor Peterson, '35. reported the
nerary of the sociology trip and
nounced that final plans for the
p had been made.
It was decided to raise funds for
e S.C.A. budget by sponsoring a
,mber of entertainments such as
ctures, plays, and glee club concerts
many of the towns in the vicinity
Ann Arbor.
Plans for securing Charles M.
eldon, famous author and lectur-
for a Nov. 15 engagement were
scussed. and Richard S. Clark, '37,
as put in charge of the program.
Russell F. Anderson, president of
e S.C.A., announced that the con-
rence of the presidents of the
.M.C.A. organizations in the Big
n would be held in Lane Hall, Nov.
RAMSDELL MAKES TRIP
Prof. W. F. Ramsdell of the School
Forestry and Conservation has left
r Milwaukee, where he will confer
th the national forest officials of
egion Nine, United States Forest
rvice.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
QUALITY SERVICE I
John's Tailor Shop
"Au Arbor's Popular Tailor"
609 Packar d (near state)

he will be a social unit, he will have
to get along with other people, he will
have leisure time to use - and any-
thing that will help him in such a
situation will also call for part of the
attention of the counselor.
Tells of Qualifications
When asked what qualifications a
counselor should have Mr. Trytten
said, "Well, counseling of any kind -
like that of the lawyer, or the doc-
tor, or the banker, is not only a mat-
ter of preparation, but largely a mat-
ter of personal qualities and expe-
rience."
Mr. Trytten said that high school
counselors receive about the same sal-
aries as teachers. Before the de-
pression these ran from $2,400 to
$3,600 a year. They are lower now
and no one knows when nor how far'
they will advance again.
Strychnine, according to Webster, is
employed in medicine as a powerful
stimulant for the heart.
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Trip To Close At Noon
Registration for the sociology trip
to Chicago sponsored by the Student!
Christian Association will close to-
day, Eleanor Peterson, '35, announced
late yesterday.
The total cost of the trip will be
$8.50, and includes the fee of $2 that
is required when signing up at Lane
Hall.
A special coach has been chartered
for those going on the trip. Lawrence
Quinn and Dr. B. Jiminez will act as
chaperones for the group. Prof. Arthur
Wood of the sociology department will
accompany the students on the trip,
but Miss' Peterson emphasized the
fact that the trip is not limited to
sociology students.

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