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THE MICHIGAN DAiLY

SUjNDAYA MY 2, 1937

Michigan Schoolmaster's Club Holds
Final Day'sMeeting Of (Conftrence

EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

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(__cducators from every part of the Orr cited the instance in one of the
state met to watch the demonstration best textbooks wherein it was statedi
an education "steering" committee to classes which were held from 10 until that the personalized letters is the2
direct: a study of the basic aspects of 11 a.m. yesterday in the school. High proper form for most sales correspon-z
secondary school education, he said. school students acted as guides and dence. a
Mr. Brownell, who is a member of handed out;programs showing where He concluded by criticizing the so-
the committee, outlined the past work classes in each subject were being called "model letter" with regard to1
of the committee and their plans for .g
the future, emphasizing the fact thatIel' h'improperarrangement, useless words.
to really accomplish something the In the shop while boys of junior and incorrect expression of thought.
committee must be a body of profes- high school age were working over Means of adapting student inter-c
sional men who will be able to devote their planes, the center of attention est to business courses were consid-
(full. time to their work. was Marshall L. Byrn of the Univer- ered as the Teachers' Forum, under
clin heurged the schooas-ity high school. Mr. Byrn was mak- the chairmanship of C. C. Wonders,F
In sg, ing a molding for, a footstool of the of Davenport-McLachlan Institute,t
ters to make use of the facilities now Wayside Inn design under the close Grand Rapids. Several members ofz
available to them, saying, "we must i observation of about 15 shop instruc- the group emphasized the need for a)
build from what we have, slowly and tors and one woman, full two-year business curriculum be-
carefully." In the demonstration of the funs- fore students are graduated.
The University high school re- tional method of teaching short- America is at the crossroads wherez
sounded with unfamiliar voices as hand, Miss Lydia Sutton of the High the traditional idealistic methods of,
._School of Commerce of Detroit taught instruction must be replaced by a
-'two rows of students under the watch- practical, useful education, according
w - Iful eyes of about 40 teachers. to Paul S. Voelker, President of thez
IKermit Eby of Ann Arbor high Grand Rapids College of Applied1
J e init geofAneAorhcighceSciences who addressed the afternoon
school, in charge of the social science
demonstration, led a discussion on cnerence.
SITUATION WANTED the labor situation. There were di- While pointing out that the average
__..-. ___ _______ verse opinions on the effectiveness of high school graduate can expect to ,
STUDENT WANTED: to. do chores the sit-down strike, some claiming earn from $1,000 to $2,000 per year,
about the house for a nice com- that large percentages of the work- the college graduate from $3,000 to
fortable room. Call 6528. ers were coerced into striking. A g$5,000, and the graduate from both
college and business school around
477 roar of laughter greeted one pupil's $8,000 per year at the age of forty, Dr.
comment that "We are all coerced at Voelker stressed that the money re-
LOST AND FOUND some time in oui- life. In the last turn is of secondary importance when
DELTA GAMMA anchor pin in or election, 15 million Republicans were one considers the terrible waste that
near Michigan League Friday coerced into accepting a Democratic goes on in the name of college edu-
night. Phone Barnard, 2-2143. Re- president. hcation.
ward. 483 Children of the University elemen-
tary school were bent over posters, Noble Cain of the NBC studios.
WANTED sketches and weaving in the fine Chicago, was guest conductor of the
arts class. Mrs. Margaret Chapin was Jackson High School Chdius during
CLOTHING WANTED TO BUY: Any in charge. {the voice clinic at 10:30 a.m. yester-
old and new suits, overcoats, at $3, Business Conference day in the School of Music audito-z
$5, $8, $25. LADIES' FUR COATS, M. E. Davenport, Grand Rapids, rium.
TYPEWRITERS, OLD GOLD, and opened the morning conference yes- He stated that there are no two
{musical instruments. Phone Sam. terday of Business School adminis- choirs alike. Each chorus must be
6304. 78x trators and teachers with the state- I dealt with differently he said.)
HELP WANTED ment that there is a great oppor- Many choruses have a tendency to
tunity and necessity for improved re- flat their notes Mr. Cain said. A cam-
PHONE 6661 Ann Arbor Employment ilationships between the teachers and I paign should be made to make boys
Service. 210 Wolverine Bldg. for ef- I administrators of business schools. and girls pitch-conscious, he stated.
ficient help of all kinds. 481 Mr. Davenport stated that a good Physical Education
many people believe that industry I Actual class demonstrations fea-
FOR RENT should control the business schools, tured the third day program of the }
THE MONROE (522 Monroe) offers but, since industry does not know just physical education section. A group
one furnished apartment, Two what it wants, it leaves the problem of Northwestern High School girls
rooms, private bath, frigidaire, soft of what to teach and how up to the from Detroit presented an exhibition
water, $40.00. Phone 2-2839. 484 teachers. of modern dance under the direction
R. K. Orr of the Wolverine Insur- of Miss Prudentia Huffman. The
FOR SALE ance Co., Lansing, said that the text- lesson was in two parts, the first on;
NEW and old books. Antiques. 202 books used in business schools are not showing the different approaches to
East Ann. 127x only inadequate but positively use- the making of dance compositions
E__s_ Ann.____ less in a good many instances. and the second, a demonstration of
READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS In support of this statement, Mr. original compositions.

CKLW'-1K0 Kilocycles
2:00 Noon-Cradle Tabernacle Chol r.
2:30---Ted Weems' Orch.
1 :00-The Lamnplighter.
1:15-The Keynen-Songs.
1:30-The Right Job.
1:45-Mario Morelli's Ensemble.
2 :15--Buddy Harris' Orchx.,
2 :30-Elder Morton's Tabernacle Choir.
3:00-Dance Orch.
3:30-Johnny Murdock's Orch.
4:00-Concert Gems.
4:15-Martyne-Buckley's Mixture.
4:30-Old-Time Spelling Bee.
5:00-Arnld Johnsons Och.
5:30--"Tim and Irene."
6:00-Old-Time Religion Tabernacle.
6:15--Baseball Scores.
6:20-Melody Interlude.
6:30-Wallenstein's "Symphonic Strings."
7:00-Jazz Nocturne.
8:30-Gabriel Heatter.
8:45-Rick Roberts' Orelh.
9:00-Kay Kyser's Orch.
9:30-First Baptist Church of Pontiac.
10;00-Gospel Services.
1:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11 :15-"Just Between Us."
.1:30-Henry King's Orcix.
Midnight-Dance Orch.
12:30-Joe Sanders' Orch.
1 :00-Weather Forecast.
WJR-7 50 Kilocycles
12 0Noon-Church of the Air.
12 :30-CBS-French News Exchange .
12:45-Coronation Talk.
1 :00-"Musical."
1:15-"Mother's Album."
1 :30-"Living Dramas of the Bible."
2:00-Everybody's Music-Howard Barlow.
2:45-Vocal Varieties.
3:00-Fathxer Coughlin.
4:00-Musical.
4 :15-Jeannette Pringle.
4:30-Guy Lombard o's Orcl.
5:00-Joe Penner with Jimmie Grier's
Orch.
5:30-Rubinoff. Jan Pearce, Virginia Rea
and Orch.
6:00-Stevenson Sports.
6 :15-Musical.
6:30-Phil Baker and Oscar Bradley's
Orch.
7:00-1937 Editionnof 'Twin Stars.
7:30-Tex:aco Town.
8:00-Ford Sunday Evening Hour.
9:00-Original Gillette Commnunity Sing.
9:30-Virginia Verrill and Orch.
9:45-H. V. Kaltenborn.
10:00-Press Radio News.
10:05-Lennie Hayton's Orch.
10:15-Amphion Male Chorus.
10:30-In the Hermit's Cavc.
1 :00-Dr. J. Frank Norris.,
11:30-Joe Reichman's Orch.
WWJ-920 Kilocycles
P.M.
12:30--Dreams of Long Ago.
1 :00-Rom ance of Furniture.
1:05-Huran Side of Art.
1:15-Your Government.

1:30-Thatcher Colt.
2 s:00-Tripto Our National Parks.
2 :30-Studio Feature.
2:45-Tiger Talk.
3:00-Detroit at Chicago.
5:00-Catholic Hour.
5:30-Mischa Kottler.
5:45-Sport Review.
6 :00-Jack Benniy.
6:30-Fireside Recital.
6:45-Sunset Dreams.
7:00-Do You Want to Be an Actor?
8:00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.
8:30-American Album of Familiar Music.
9;00--Gladys Swartout.
9:30-Westminster Appointment.
10:30-Press Radio News.
10:35-E1 Chico Sparfish Revue.
11:00-Dance Music.
Midnight-Weather.
WXYZ-1240 Kilocycles
3:30-Fishface and Fibsbottie.
4:00-We, the People.
4:30-Stoopnagle and Budd.
5:00-Antobal's Cubans.
5:30}-Evening Melodies.
6:00-Reminiscing.
6:15--Harry Helhnann.
6:30-Robert L. Ripley.
7:00-General Motors Symphony.
8:00-Rippling Rhythm Review.
8:30-Walter Wincheli.
8:45-Choir Symphonette.
9:00-California Concert.
10:00-Judy and the Bunch.
10 :10-Press Bulletins.
10:15-King's Jesters Orch.
10:30-Jimmy Joy's Orch.
11:00-Lowry Clark Orch.
11:30-Sammy Dibert Orch.
Midnight-Morrey Brennan's Orch.
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'Peacemiiobile' Trip
Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk, former-
ly of the College of Architecture, has
just returned to Ann Arbor after an-
other tour in his "Peacemobile" after
addressing 15 different audiences.
Presenting illustrated lectures and
talking films on the horrors of war,
Dr. Onderdonk travels through the
country in his automobile equipped
with moving picture facilities. The
tour took him to the campuses of,
the University of Illinois, the Univer-
sity of Iowa, the Central Y College
of Chicago and Miami University. He
also spoke before Womens Clubs, Ro-
tary Clubs and Student Guilds.
Dr. Onderdonk was on the staff
of the college of Architecture from
1925 to 1933 when he undertook the
work of touing the country on peace
lecture tours.
Under the auspices of the Student
Christian Association, Dr. Onder-
donk will present a series of four
lectures Wednesday and Thursday,
illustrated with movies in the Natural
Science Auditorium.
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MAY 15-21-23
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Dr. Pollard Says Basic Science
Bill Has Worked Suiccessfi
The Basic Science bill, which was physiology, biochemistry and.
passed Tuesday by the State House iology are studied, he state
of Representatives, has proved a very doctors should have a fund
satisfactory method of determining knowledge of these subjects, T
who is qualified for the practice of lard said.
medicine in the states where the bill At present, the state requir
has been tried, Dr. H. Harvin Pollard, uates from medical schools
secretary of the medical school, said an examination which requir
yesterday. years' work in a medical sch
The bill requires identical minimum fore they may practice but t
educational. requirements for doctors,amination is demanded of do
cropatorandreotsr doThis,1medicine only, Dr. Pollard d
chiropractors and osteopaths. This '"The basic science bill would
requirement includes the first two allthbsicwsciecepingu
years' work in medical school, during tice the healing art, and wou
time pathology, anatomy, as a protection to the public at
An amendment attached
DANCING Ifbill at the request of Rep., Wi
Class & individual In- Buckley of Detroit would exen
strution in all types dents entering medical, chir
of dancing . Teachers
course. Phone 9695 or osteopathic schools betwe
Terrace Garden Studio and July 1, 1938. They would
Wuerth Theat e Fldg. subject to the terms of theT
after they had graduated.

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