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April 23, 1940 - Image 6

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Allen Rumsey
Wins Campus
Debate Finals
Dr. Whitaker Leads First
Union Jaunt In Tour
Of Arboretum Sunday
Winner of the much-touted all-
campus debate tourney was Allen
Rumsey Dormitory whose team tri-
umphed over the team representing
Pletcher Hall. Allen Rumsey upheld
tie affirmative on the topic, ",Re-
solved: That Michigan men of today
lack the resourcefulness and hardi-
ness of their predecessors."
The first of the Union's Sunday
Saunters was reported a success by
Harold Singer, '41, in charge of these
affairs. Led by Dr. Wayne L. Whit-
aker, of the anatomy department,
the mixed group toured the Arbor-
etum and the surrounding country-
side. Gertrude Inwood, '43, of the
WAA was in charge of the women's
organization.
The newly introduced record con-
certs, will continue, according to
Charles Heinen, '41E, in charge of the
programs. The first presentation this
week will be given in the Terrace
Room of the Union, and will feature
Mozart as well as several selections
from George Gershwin's "Porgy and
Bess."

Southern Quartette To Sing Here

The Myers Southern Quartette, pictured above, will make its only
Ann Arbor appearance at 8 p.m. today when they present a program of
i gospel singing and music in the Masonic Temple Auditorium under the
auspices of the Pilgrim Holiness Church. Emil A. Shetler is pastor.
No admission will be charged.
Government, Business Utilize

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yler,

Summers

To Present Music
Recitals This Week
Bettie Summers, '40SM, organist
of Jackson, Ohio, will present a reci-
tal at 4:15 p.m. today in Hill Audi-
torium in partial fulfillment of the
degree of Bachelor of Music.
Miss Summers, a student of Prof,
Palmer Christian, University Organ-
ist, will play Bach's "Prelude and
Fugue in F minor," Andriessen's "Pre-
mier Choral", Vierne's "Divertise-
ment" and "Three Chorale Preludes"
by Bach.
At 8:15 p.m. tomorrow Kenneth
Byler, Grad.SM, of Salina, Kan., will
present a violin recital for his Master
of Music degree.
Accompanied by Robert Shanklin
of the faculty, he will play Beetho-
ven's "Sonata in G major, Op. 96,"
Sibelius' "Concerto in D minor, Op.J
47," Szymanowski's "Bauerntanz"
and "Cavatina e gavotta" by Casella.

By ROSEBUD SCOTT many parts of the state to recognize
Airplane pilots, janitors, police- the problems of teaching and to
men and prison guards are only a work out with them suitable mater-
ials and methods.
few of the groups within the state Upon request from any group Pro-
which have received the unique vo- fessor Diamond is prepared to or-
cational teacher-training offered by ganize a course of meetings for all
the University for the past few years. business or governmental agents
With the trend toward greater that are 'engaged 'within that field.
efficiency in the ranks of govern- Often travelling for many miles to
mental and business personnel, the attend, members of these education
University has seen the need of ac- classes enroll for a six or eight-week
quainting executives with the most period. At Mt. Pleasant, Grand Ha-
simple yet comprehensive methods ven, Bay City, and Detroit over 200
of training workers already in their personnel directors in various fields
employ, Prof. Thomas Diamond of now meet to learn how to teach their
the vocational education department specialized knowledge.
of the School of Education pointed The most difficult problem en-
out in an interview here yesterday, countered, Professor Diamond point-
These measures are mandatory to ed out, was to convince these novice
keep step with the rapid expansion teachers that they were engaged in
of services, turnover of personnel education which depended on their
and progress in every social and in- effectiveness in organization and
dustrial field, he explained, presentation of instructional mater-
In recognition of this deficiency ial. The next step is the analysis
the School of Education, utilizing of what theories and skills have,ac-
funds of the Smith-Hughes Act, has tually been in use is their particular
been helping these executives in occupations, he emphasized.

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rates.
SITUATIONS WANTED-2
FRATERNITY COOK-An excellent
club cook now employed in De-
troit desires Fraternity Cook posi-
tion for this summer. Best refer-
ences. Box 8, Michigan Daily .370
HELP WANTED
WANTED: Energetic 'lady for per-
manent position. Must be able to
meet public-Write Box 7. 369
STUDENT: Experienced waiter for
full or part time evening work.
References wanted. Flautz Cafe.
368
STRAYED, LOST, FOUND-- 1
WRITING part of red and grey
Conklin Pen, between Chi Omega
and University Drug. Ph. 2-3159.
376
ARTICLES FOR SALE-3
FOR SALE-Students' white buck,
brown saddle, welt sport shoes;
men's, $2.95, sizes 7/10, women's,
$1.95, sizes 4/7. Men's brown mocs
$1.85. Ph. Mr. Lombard, 4844, or
call at 807 So. State. 372
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