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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10,

Dean Edmonson Says Teaching
Can Be EnjoyableLife's Work

FRIENDS OF SPAIN TO MEET
A committee consisting of faculty
members and students, for organizing
aid to Rnanishdm rltnrvuill hnlrd

Smith To Address
Local Flying Club

By JOSEPH GIES
In spite of a common belief that.
the profession of teaching is dull and
unattractive, it can be as enjoyable
a life work as any other occupation
if the person engaged in it is gen-
uinely interested in his work, Dean
James B. Edmonson of the School of
Education told a group of literary
college students yesterday, in the
third of the series of vocational lec-
tures.
Speaking on the subject of "Teach-
ing as a Profession," Dean Edmonson
pointed out that in addition to a
genuine interest in matters of scho-
larship, a candidate for teaching
should rank high in personality. As
qualities which a teacher should pos-
sess, Dean Edmonson listed coopera-
tiveness, industry, initiative, patience,
humor and tactfulness. "Unless you
can show a sympathetic interest in
the joys and sorrows of other people,"
he said, "it will be well for you to
remain out of the teaching profes-
sion."
Although at present teachers do
not generally receive high salaries in
comparison with those paid by other
professions, Dean Edmonson pointed
out that the teacherdhas the advan-
tage of a fairly good beginning sal-

ary, and that movements are under
way to improve the remunerations
of the profession in various ways. In
this connection the dean mentioned
the minimum wage laws, teacher re-
tiring acts and other pending state
aids to teachers.
"A growing demand for teachers is
especially noticeable in distributive
occupational training, or the teaching
of commercial courses in secondary
schools," Dean Edmonson said, "and
there is a fairly active demand in
almost all other fields as well. The
work in occupational training is likely
to increase further in the near fu-
ture because of state aid to schools
for this type of teaching."
Asked about the traditional small
town training which a beginning
teacher is usually expected to under-
go, Dean Edmonson expressed the
opinion that this work is not as irk-
some as once was the case because
of the improved condiions in small
town high schools and in the develop-
ment of modern transportation and
communication means.
Dean A. C. Furstenberg of the Med-
ical School will speak tomorrow on
the medical profession. The lecture
will be at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1025
Angell Hall.

pkiu woca ,cy wAII xiUi a Fred L. Smith, Governor of the
luncheon meeting at 12:15 p.m. today National Aeronautical Association
in the Union.NainlArnuia Asciin
in tenoand former director of Aviation for
A supplementary examination for Ohio will talk to the Ann Arbor Fly-
those who missed the final will be ing Club at a meeting at 7:30 p.m. to-
held in Room 4116 N.S., Thursday. mcrrow night in Room 302 of the
March 11, from 3 to 6 p.m. Union. He will talk on flying in gen-
eral.
History Make-Up Examination: The organization unites all the
The make-up examination in all his- various flying clubs in the country
and maintains offices in Washington
tory courses will be given Friday af- for the advancement of amateur fly-
ternoon, March 12, from 3 to 6 p.m.. ing. The Intercollegiate Aeronautical
in Room C, Haven Hall. All stu- Association, which has a chapter at
(Continued on Page 4) Michigan, is a branch of this club.

~ DRUGS--

aODAKS

Focused On Spring

- Associated Press Photo
Traveling at a high rate of speed near Coram, N.Y., a tire on this
automobile blew out. Careening wildly the car turned over twice and
finally landed as shown here, wheels up. The driver, whose body lies
covered on the ground, was killed instantly.
Picket Lines Common, Glrocery

information and guidance. Any per- 5 p.m., Public Administration, L.
son having any key or keys to Uni- D. Upson, Director Detroit Bureau
versity buildings, doors, or other locks, Government Research.
contrary to the provisions recited Questions.
above, should promptly surrender the All meetings will be at the Michi-
same to the Key Clerk at the office gan Union.
of the Superintendent of Buildings Thursday, March 11, 4 p.m.: Sales.
and Grounds. Shirley W. Smith. J. E. Bloomstram, Dist. Mgr. Proctor
& Gamble Co., Detroit.
Students of the College of Litera- 5 p.m., Department Store, Herman
ture, Science, and the Arts: A meet- G. Petzold, Ass't Divisional Mdse.
ing will be held on Thursday, March Mgr., J. L. Hudson Co., Detroit.
11, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 1025 An- 7:30 p.m., Applicant Interview
gell Hall for students in the College Demonstration, P. W. Boynton, Sup-
of Literature, Science and the Arts ervisor, College Employment, Socony
and others interested in future work Vacuum Co., New York City.
in medicine. The meeting will be ad- Questions.
dressed by Dean A. C. Furstenberg of Bureau of Appointments and
the Medical School. The next meet- Occupational Information.
ing in the vocational series designed
to give information cdncerning the Contemporary: Important meeting
nature of and preparation for the of assisting staff and tryouts today
various professions, to be held on at 4 p.m. in the Student Publications
March 16, will be addressed by Dr. Bldg.
W. W. Bishop, Librarian of the
University and Head of the Depart- Seniors in the Schol of Education
ment of Library Science. are hereby informed of the collection

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lof the class dues and notified that
The University Bureau of Appoint- only those who pay the dues will be
ments and Occupational Information permitted to have their names in the
has received announcements of Unit- class announcement of the School of
ed States Civil Service Examinations Education. Robert Murray, class
for mechanical engineer, associate treasurer, and Albert Ammerman and
and assistant, (Diesel design), Navy the finance committee will receive
department, salaries, $2,600 to $3,- payment of dues at a table just out-
800; for junior forester and junior side of the School of Education of-
range examiner, salaries, $2,000; for fices between 2 and 4 p.m. for the rest
public health nurse, graduate nurse of this week.
(general staff duty), nurse techni-
cian (bacteriology and roentgenology Academic Notices
combined), Indian field service (in-
cluding Alaska), salaries, $1,800 to; Notice to Seniors: All seniors who
$2,000; for graduate nurse (optional may be interested in securing a li-

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CINE-KODAK
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branches - anaesthesia, psychiatry,
tuberculosis, trachoma, pediatrics,
general staff nursing), salary, $1,800;1
and junior graduate nurse, salary,
$1,620. For further information con-
cerning these examinations, call at
201 Mason Hall, office hours, 9 to
12 and 2 to 4 p.m.
Extension Division: An eight-week
noncredit course entitled "Psycho-!
logical Approach to Adjustment" will
be held in Room 300 West Medical
Building, 7:30 p.m., beginning today.
Permission to join may be had by
consulting the instructor, Edward B
Greene. This course will be run on
the plan of a seminar with informal
discussions and reports.
Occupational Information Series
will be held this week, March 9-13,
for all students. Faculty and others
interested are invited to attend the
meetings. The programs for Wed-
nesday and Thursday will be as fol-
lows
Wednesday, March 10: 4 p.m., Gov-
ernment Service. J. F. Ballenger,
Dist. Mgr., Social Security Board,
Detroit.
7:30 p.m., What Business and In-
dustry Expects of College Graduates,
J. W. Parker, vice-president and chief
engineer, Detroit Edison Co., Detroit.
TYPEWRITERS
All makes and models,
Bought, Sold, Rented,
ExchangedRepaired.
314 SOUTH STATE STREET

cense to teach in New York State
should notify the office of the De-
partment of Romance Languages
(112 RL, telephone extension 406) by
today noon, so that papers may be
sent here.

Make-Up Final Examinations
German 1, 2 and 31 will be given
Saturday, March 13, at 9 a.m.
Room 201 University Hall.

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324 South State 818 South State

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are cordially invited to attend the premiere
per orinnCe of the 1936 tuinnerr of the

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HOPWOOD AWARD
"THEY TOO ARISE"
to be presented at the
Lydia e1endelssohn Theatre
Friday Evening, March 12, at 8:15

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