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'Most Thrilling of All'
Teachers must educate for free-
dom, Mrs. Pearl A. Wanamaker,
Washington Superintendent of
Public Instruction told the Rural
Education Conference at its last
session here yesterday.
"The teacher's job is the mostf
thrilling in the world today," Mrs.f
Wanamaker said, "because for the
first time in the history of the
world the United States is in a
position of world leadership."
Mrs. Wanamaker told the con-
ference, she is "sick and tired of
hearing just the bad things about
the teaching profession. Teachers
have the most thrilling job of all
because it is their responsibility
to develop human personality. Pic-
txring the plight of the teachers
has driven many a fine prospec-
tive teacher out of the teaching
field," she said.
On the bright side of the teach-
ing picture, Mrs. Wanamaker
called attention to the fact that
salaries have been steadily rising,
and are likely to keep on rising
until the teacher can expect to be
compensated as adequately as the
lawyer, the doctor, or other pro-
In her own state of Washington,
Mrs. Wanamaker said she found
morale among teachers is definite-
ly better than it has been, and
many well qualified people are
returning to the teaching pro-
fession because of the increasing
Ian Keith and Joseph Macaulay
will be featured in the Dramatic
Guild of Detroit's production of
"The Play's the Thing," to be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m. today, tomor-
row and Saturday at the Ann Ar-
bor High School Auditorium.
Ferenc Molnar's comedy, "The
Play's the Thing," centers around
the love of a young composer,,
Adam, for the lovely young ac-
tress, Ilona. One of Ilona's former
admirers and a playwright, are
brought together with Ilona and
Adam at a chateau for a weekend
filled with complications.
The play is scheduled to open
in Detroit Sunday.
The following is the qualifi-
cations statement of a candidate
for J-Hop committee which was
submitted too late for publica-
Statements of candidates to the
Soph Prom committee follow.
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Frank W. Angle*...
With intelligent ticket distribu-
tion and the best music available,
I believe the Sophmore Class can
produce a dance to rival any on
campus. I ask your votes so that
I may be in a position to see this
Shurly Ash ...
If I were elected to Central
Committee, I would try my hard-
est to make the Prom this year
really a dance to remember. I
have had a good deal of experi-
ence in this line, and I would
put everything I have into making
Soph Prom the 'best ever.
Jo Bell ...
I would like to be a member
of the Sophomore Prom commit-
tee, because I would like to take
part in making this prom one of
the best dances of the year. I'm
willing to work for it. It's our
Prom and it's up to us to make it
Ruth Campbell ...
I believe myself qualified to
serve on Soph Prom Committee,
as I have had experience on cen-
tral dance committees and Soph
Cabaret. Soph Prom can be a big-
ger success this year with good
publicity, moderately priced tic-
kets, and a name band, which I,
a music student, will endeavor to
Joseph L. Co bane ...
Previous to this committee, I,
have run for no other school posi-
tions or offices, but have decided
that it is high time that I do so,
therefore my petition. As for my
qualifications, they seem to be
few and far between on paper. I
am a sophomore in the literary
school with the hopes of someday
entering medical school like so
many other thousands. I have held
minor offices in the residence hall
where I lived last year, and also
in my fraternity. Few qualifica-
tions, however, does not mean lack
of ambition and ability.
Dale Coenen ...1
As a member of the Union social
staff, especially, as chairman of
mixer dances, I feel qualified to
aid in planning a Soph Prom that
will be a standout among previous
and subsequent ones. This experi-
ence and NCN staff work will en-
able me to anticipate problems
arising before the committee.
Virginia Correll .,.
In view of my experience on
high school dance committees and
on Soph Cabaret, I believe myself
to be well qualified for Soph Prom
central committee. I would like
to see these improvements over
last year: (1) Using the IM Build-
ing; (2) Securing a name band;
(3) Giving sophomores better tic-
Barbara Coxon . .
Soph Prom tickets should be
limited in number so as not to
make a mob scene out of the IM
Building; with first chance of
tickets going to sophomores. Choice
of bands should consider dance-
ability and showmanship, qualities
which have been sadly neglected
in past dances.
Edward Dworsky .,..
I'm sincerely interested in work-
ing on the Soph Prom committee
and earnestly solicit your support.
I've worked on dance commit-
tees before and have also had ad-
ditional experience working with
the social committee of my fra-
For these reasons, I believe that
I am fully qualified to handle this
Gerry Goldsmith . . .
I feel qualified to hold a Soph
Prom committee position because
of previous Hop planning experi-
ence and my work on the Union
social staff. I want to make the
Soph Prom an event with a name
band instead of just another cam-
Sophomore Prom must be a big
success! With the experience I've
had with high school dances, be-
sides being assistant general
chairman of Soph Cabaret, I feel
that I am qualified to hold a posi-
tion. This background and my en-
thusiasm make me more than will-
ing to make our Sophomore Prom
Dorothy Hieronymus . .
I feel that my past experience
would be of great help in working
for a wonderful sophomore prom.
I would like to aid in making our
class dance an outstanding fea-
ture of this year's activities be-
sides being a function that will be
well remembered by all who at-
Jack Higgins.. .
In petitioning for the position
of committeeman on the Sopho-
more Prom committee I consider
myself qualified by reason of the
following: membership in Phi Eta
Sigma, national honorary speech
fraternity, and membership in Sig-
ma Chi, social fraternity. I was
president of my pledge class in
the latter organization, and am
now serving as social chairman
and corresponding secretary. My
high school activities include four
year scholastic honors, the presi-
dency of the Junior Class, the
vice-presidency of the Student
Council, the presidency of the de-
bating team and the secretaryship
of the Hi-Y association.
Don Hiles ..-
If I'm elected to the Soph Prom
committee, my purpose will be to
present a prom the sophomore
class will be proud to compare
with J-Hop. Having had previous
experience with university and fra-
ternity social functions, I feel I
can contribute toward making 1947
Soph Prom an overwhelming suc-
Sum' H oward ...
I consider myself qualified as
candidate for position on the Soph
Prom committee because of a
strong desire to give the sophomore
class a good dance, a dance that
they will be proud to remember.
In addition, having been vice-
president and then president of
Williams House, I consider myself
well experienced for this position.
Dolly Humecke - .
I believe that I am well qualified
for a position on the Soph Prom
because past experience has given
me considerable knowledge con-
cerning the promotion of a dance.
It is my goal not only to make this
year's prom a bigger and better
dance, but use to this means as
a method to arouse spirit and unity
among all members of the soph-
My qualifications are: general
chairman city-wide dance for high
school students in Detroit, presi-
dent of League House, present so-
cial chairman of league house,
present member of social commit--
tee of Hillel Foundation, social
chairman for Sunday school teen
age group, publicity chairman of
B'nai B'rith Girls' Council, Detroit.
Michigan Daily tryout staff.
Jeri Mulson . .
Soph Cabaret, Jordan Dance,
Olympic Ball, Dance Committee
in high school. Working on the
Soph Prom committee would give
me the opportunity to help make
Soph Prom not just another dance1
on campus, but a gala occasion
complete with a name band - an
event people will remember.
John C. Peachey .. .
I am a sophomoremstudent in the
literary college. My activities in-
clude work on both the social and
athletic committees of a dorm in
my freshman year. This year I
hold two offices in a fraternity.
Although I have had no college
experience in this sort of work, I
am willing to do my best in work-
ing toward a Soph Prom this year
to surpass all others.
Jim Smith .
My qualifications are: judiciary
chairman, Adams House, Varsity
wrestling, Union staff; Chi Psi,
Soph Prom should be elevated to
its former status as one of the
top social functions of the year.
The dance offers sophomores the
one opportunity to represent them-
selves as a group! Make the prom
H. Howard Stephenson
In my present position as social
chairman o Kappa Sigma, I am
aware of the requirements neces-
sary to put on a successful Soph
Prom. I have had experience in
party organization and planning
and would like the chance to have
a part in the Soph Prom and to
add what I can in making this
year's party the best ever.
I would appreciate your support
because of my inter'est in makingh el rm ra ucs
the Soph Prom a great success
in its second year since thie war.
My experience includes serving on
numerous dance committees and
I am now working on Soph Cab-
Bob Stitt ...
Qualifications? Fifty words is
too much for any self appraisal.
However, my greatest and most
vaulting accomplishment on tle
campus of the University of Mich-
igan. Ann Arbor, Michigan found-
ed 1817) was that of battling out
the campaign of geting the re-
quired one hundied and fifty sig-
natures -- honestly! - and also
stretching this tiing out to exceed
Marilyn Stone ...
Qualifications: Soph Cabaret,
assistant decorations chairman,
decorationsdcommittee, Pan Hel
I believe more emphasis should
be placed on the Soph Prom than
has been in the past. More inter-
est would be aroused by a name
band and the use of the IM build
ingr instead of the Union or Lea-
gue ballroom would relieve the
overcrowding typical of many large
Jack W. Waters .. .
On Blackfoot Ball committee,
Ensian staff, publicity director for
ATO fraternity. I want to make
the Soph Prom this year the great-
est in history.
Bertram Zaiusner . . .
To fulfill the hope that this
Soph Prom becomes an affair
which will long be remembered, it
is a sincere belief that my serv-
ices will be of aid to this cause.
My experience with social organi-
zations and excellent contact with
people of the entertainment field
should prove a distinct asset.
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Appearing in the play that made Molnar famuous
will be Ian Keith whose memorable Bolingbroke
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