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THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1941

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Dean Edmonson Reports
More Teachers Needed

The past year was a good one
for the schools of the nation, but
the problems of growing enroll-
ments,teacherpshortages, and
rural school representation still
need solving, Dean J. B. Edmon-
Announce Men
Eligible to Join
Phi Eta Sigma
The names of men eligible for
membership in Phi Eta Sigma, na-
tional freshman scholastic honor
society for men, have been an-
nounced by Marvin Lubeck, presi-
dent of the society.
Eligibility for mempership is
based on a 3.5 average for first-
semester freshmen during the last
"spring semester or an overall 3.5
average for the two semesters of
the freshman year of 1947-48.
POTENTIAL new members are
Avraham Amith, David Belin, Wil-
liam Berridge, Frank Blumenthal,
Charles Butler, Robert Double-
day, Donal Downie, Sidney Gold-
berg, Fred Hittman, William Hoff
Meyer, Wesley Hoffman, Jerome
Knittle, Marvin Labes, Robert
Layton, John McGrae, Edward
Meyers, Joseph Newman, Alexan-
der Rotsko.
Others are Leslie Rose, Man-
uel Rosenbaum, Donald A. Sig-
man, Clyde Spencer, Ray
Stenstrom, Peter Strong, Thomas
Upton, Victor Vreeland, Edward
Waeber, Harvey Weiner, Alvin
S. Weinstein, Jack R. Zimmer-
man, Joseph Zinnes.-
Others who meet the qualifica-I
tions for membership but whoc
have not been listed have beent
asked to contact Lubeck at 4187.t

son of the University education
school reports.
"The American people have
heard so much about shortages in
past months that discussion of a
teacher shortage has ceased to
startle them," he commented.
BUT GROWING enrollments
resulting from an increased birth
rate and the trend toward longer
schooling periods caused a de-
mand for teachers which the
schools were unable to satisfy last
year, he said.
Although the teacher short-
age in the high schools was not
as bad in 1948 as in previous
post-war years, it has continued
to be very serious in the crowd-
ed elementary schools, and in
the low-paying rural districts.
DEAN EDMONSONemphasized
that the teacher shortage will not
be solved by a return of former
teachers who left for other occu-
pations.
The most serious need of edu-
cation is to interest more col-
lege students to prepare for
teaching, he said. He pointed
out that only seven per cent of
college students are now in
teacher training programs. Ten
years ago, the number amounted
to over 20 per cent.
HE NOTED that. educators are
generally agreed that the educa-
tional system would be greatly im-
proved if the present number of
local school units were cut in
half.
Dean Edmonson said however,
that good work was done in ed-
ucation in 1948.
He mentioned the report of the
President's Commission of Higher
Education, the study of education
by the National Governor's Con-
ference, and the U.S. Chamber
of Commerce and the Advertising
Council's national better educa-
tion campaigns.

TO REPAIR WHITE HOUSE-This photo-sketch, a cutaway of part of the White House, shows
where rotting timbers will be replaced with steel beams inside the walls, leaving the appearance of
the structure as it was conceived by George Washington.
LOCAL TREASURES:
Collectors Loan Art Wori-k for Exhibition

An exhibition of privately owned
art will open today in the North
and West Galleries of the Uni-
versity Museum of Art.
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor
Art Association, the exhibit in-
cludes many art mediums and
several National Treasures.
ACCORDING to Mrs. Everett S.
Brown, who with Paul H. Jones'
of the architecture school, is in
charge of the exhibition, the Art
Association has uncovered so
many fine works in local homes
that a whole new series of exhibits
by the Association has been made
possible.

The 130 objects selected by
the committee for this exhibi-
tion cover approximately twenty
five centuries of art and include
a notable display of Oriental
works.
President Alexander G. Ruth-.
. ven has loaned a thirteenth cen-
tury Tibetan monastery banner as
well as a Murillo etching.
PROF. HANAKO YAMAGIWA
or the Oriental languages depart-
ment is lending a pagoda which
is a part of the Japanese Nation-
al Treasure.
AMONG THE nationally and

internationally known artists rep-
resented are Corot, Daumier, Hof-
man, Burne-Jones, Murillo,Velas-
quez and Picasso,
Others are 3aumeister, Cha-
gall, Durer, Hofer, Klee, Tou-
louse-Lautrec, Kandinsky, Lu-
crat, Lie, Kolbe, David Smith,
Picabia, Ronault, Tamayo and
Utrillo.
Extremely pleased with the re-
sults of their search for private-
ly owned art in Ann Arbor, the
Association feels that the objects
found would be hard to equal in
any town of this size.

Army Offers.
Three Plans
To Reserves
Commissions, Active
Duty Tours Available
Reserve Officer commissions
and extended active duty' tours
are now availavle to qualified col-
lege men under three plans of-
fered by the~ Army Department,
Colonel Karl E. Henion, ROTC
head, has announced.
Eligible veterans 19 to 32 years
old, with two years of college com-
pleted, may apply for immediate
2nd Lieutenant commissions in,
the Officers' Reserve Corps, he
said. Successful applicants will
then be given a 12-week training
course and a two-year tour of ac-
tive duty.
MEN BETWEEN 19 and 28 can
enlist in the Army for the pur-
pose of attending Officers' Candi-
date School, according to the sec-
ond new program. Graduates of
the 24-week course will receive
2nd Lieutenant commissions in
ORS; then begins two full years
of active duty.
Outstanding graduates are
offered regular Army commis-
sions, while others will have a
chance to compete for them
during active dutyeand assign-
ments.
Plan number three makes it
possible for ex-Army officershof
World War II, who do not hold
Reserve commissions, to apply for
extended active duty tours. Con-
currently, these men must sub-
mit applications for a Reserve
commission, which are considered
only from lieutenants and captains
under 47.
COLONEL HENION empha-
sized that these offers are direct-
ed mainly to men about to gradu-
ate or those planning to leave
school at the end of the second
semester.
Further information on the
commission opportunities may be
obtained at ROTC Headquarters,
he said.
Calingaert To Address
AIChE Group Today
Dr. George Calingaert of the
Ethyl Corporation will speak on
the "Practice of Scientific Re-
search" at a meeting of the Ameri-
can Institute of Chemical Engi-
neers at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union.
The AIChE 'Ensian picture will
be taken at this meeting.
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Tickets at Univ. Hall at 10 A.M. 50c
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"THE TRAGICAL HISTORY
OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS"
By Christopher Marlowe.
JANUARY 12, 13, 14, 15 - 8 P.M.
Tickets $1.20 - 90c - 60c (tax incl.)

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Box Office Opens Jan. 10 - Mail Orders Now
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hail, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays.)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1949
VOL. LIX, No. 77
Notices
School of Business Administra-
tion: Faculty meeting, 3:30 p.m.,
Thurs., Jan. 6, Room 146 Business
Administration Bldg.
Graduate School Admission:
Students now enrolled in various
schools and colleges of the Uni-
versity who wish to apply for ad-
mission to the Graduate School
for the second semester must do
so and supply the necessary cre-
dentials before January 15.

Approved social events for the
coming week-end:
January 7
Congregational Disciples Guild,
Collegiate Sorosis, Gamma Phi
Beta, Mosher, Phi Kappa Tau,
Triangle
January 8
Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha Kappa.
Kappa, Alpha Tau Omega, Beta
Theta Pi, International Students
Association, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Phi Delta Chi, Phi Delta Theta,
Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Tau,
Theta Delta Chi, Theta Xi
Le Cercle Francais::The picture
of the Christmas meeting is ready;
those who signed for it, please
come for it at once in 112 Ro-
mance Language Bldg.
The Michigan Civil Service
Commission announces examina-
tions for the following positions:
Public Health Educator II and III.

Closing date for applications, Jan.
12. Institution Music Director A
and I, closing date, Jan. 19. For
further information, call at the
Bureau of Appointments, 201
Mason Hall.
Lectures
University Lecture: Second of
two lectures on the subject, "Some
Impressions of Congress." The
Honorable Prentiss M. Brown, for-
mer United States Senator from
Michigan; auspices of the Depart-
ment of Political Science, 8 p.m.,
Thurs., Jan. 6, Rackham Lecture
Hall.
Academic Notices
Doctoral Examination for John
Wesley Steedly, Jr., Chemistry;
thesis: "The Absorption Spectra
of Some P-Aminoalryldiagonium
Derivatives," 2 p.m., Fri., Jan. 7,
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LOST Monday, one small leather key
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