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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

rRMDAY, MAY ^, 1044

CRISIS AHEAD FOR MICHIGAN' EDUCAT ,IION:
Survey Reveals TeacherSeirit Bconig Mt

With more than two fob available
for every new teacher in Michigan,
estimates reveal 30 per cent fewer
new teachers this year than in 1942,
according to a Bureau of Appoint-
ments survey.
Last year, total placement was
2,653, with a demand for more than
5,500 new teachers. The shortage
trend is shown in te 1945-46 annual
study of supply, demand, and place-
ment of teachers, sponsored by the
Bureau in cooperation with other
college placement bureaus in the stae
Information for the report, covering
98 per' cent of Michigan's teachers,
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETINI
(Continued from Page 4)
The Westmister Guild will hold
open house in the Club Room of the
First, Presbyterian Church at 8:00
p.m. 'There will be fun for all, with
games, dancng and refreshments.
Coaing Events
The ]English Journal Club will meet
Tuesday evening, May 7, at 7:45 in
the East Conference Room of the
Rackham Building. Mr. James V.
Baker will speak on "Coleridge and
the Road to Finnegan's Wake." A
general discussion and refreshments
wil follow.
The Graduate Outing Club is plan-
ning an informal hike on Sunday,
May 5. Those interested should meet
at the northwest entrance of Rack-
ham at 2:30.
Weseyan Guild will have a bike
hike Saturday afternoon from 2 to 7.
Reservations, for the picnic supper to
be taken along on the hike, can be
made by calling 6881 by noon on Sat-
urday.
'nai Brith Hillel Foundation:
Any Hiillel member interested in ush-
ering for Hillelsapoppin, May 25,
contact Charlotte Kaufman, 26585.
The Lutheran Student Association
will meet Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall. The
group will visit the home of Miss
Jeannette Graf, 1990 Miller avenue,
for an outdoor meeting and picnic
supper. Regular Sunday morning
Bible Hour will be at the Center at
9:15.
Veterans' Wives Club will meet
Monday, May6, at 7:30 p.m., in the
Russianr Tea Room of the Michigan
League. All wives of student Veterans
are cordially invited.
Fresh as the first summer breeze
- the teens are lucky, lucky
gals - so many gay clever little
dresses.
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ing intiuu tion)Is IIIthe St~L'1%
More than 60 per cent of the11mo1e
'than 4,000 women teachers leaving
the profession from September, 1943,1
to February, 1946, left to be married,l
'to be with husbands in service or
defense work, or to devote full time
to homemaking, Over 40 per cent of

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might as well face th ie 'facts. We kno
why so many are leaving the pr ofe-f
sion--inadequate stlauiies, lakt- o(f
social life and unsatisfac-tory lIiving-,
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ties, to return
study, to farmc
themselves, ort

A industry or sinSI~OS Almost 40, per cent of mhen and
;o take jobs in govern- women leaving the teaching profes-
d or community agen- sion in Michigan during the last two
to school for further and a half years will not be returning.
or go into business for Lof ton V. Burge, placement director
because of illness, ex- at Western Michigan College, stated'

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