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FRiDAV, MAY 27, 1955

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Canterbury
Grop Plans
Activities
By ETHEL KOVITZ
"Most people come to the Uni-
versity still possessing pre-adoles-
cent ideas of religion," Rev. Robert
H. Whitaker, chaplain of the Epis-
copal Student Foundation, com-
mented.
"When students try to apply the
religious ideas of an eight year old
at a period when the3 are growing
intellectually in other fields, they
begin to question religion," he con-
tinued.
"Therefore we foster religious
maturity," Rev. Whitaker said, ex-
plaining the study groups which
Canterbury House sponsors.
Frida'y evening's formal lectures
are presented at the center. Usual-
ly given by University faculty
members, the talks deal with sub-
jects such as scientific problems in
religion or historical turning points
in Christian history.
Although lectures and discussion
groups form an important part of
Canterbury House activities, Rev.
Whitaker's initial concern is that
students find their way to church
and worship."
All services of worship are held
at St. Andrews Church, conducted
by the Rev. Henry Lewis and the
Rev. Wilbur R. Schutze. "We have
nearly half of our registered
strength participating in worship
at least once a month," Rev. Whit-
aker said.
The social obligations of a stu-
dent center are not forgotten
either. Under the direction of so-
cial director Elizabeth Davis swim-
ming parties, picnics, hayrides,
square dances and other social
functions are planned.
"We are not trying to compete
with the social activities offered
by fraternities and sororities,
though," Mr. Whitaker remarked.
"In general we don't find affiliated
people in our social activities. But
over one half of those students
who come here seeking instruction
and faith are fraternity and soror-
ity people."
Officers of Canterbury Club are
Jack Smith, president; Charles
Brown, vice-president; Jean Crock-
er, secretary; Maureen Steinon,
treasurer; Margaret Bennet, chair-
-man of the social committee; and
William Miller, chairman of the
house committee. -

ENJOYS ADVISORS WORK:
Baker's Student Career
Includes Quad, SL. Jobs

Although "the Quads are my
first love," Bob Baker, '55L, has
found time in seven years at the
University to have a finger in
numerous other pies.
His activities range from the
Union Board to the University
Lecture Committee but he became
best known to the campus as Stu-
dent Legislature vice-president in
1951-52. He is currently Resident
Advisor of Strauss House in East
Quad.
Humor and Perception
As he ambled from one activity
to another Baker's friends have
come to admire him for his com-
bination of a good sense of humor,

Baker's student government ca-
reer took a new turn the next se-
mester when "I didn't have too
much to do and some friends talk-
ed me into running for SL. I sur-
prised myself by coming in, first."
SL Officer
Two weeks later he found him-
self chairman of the campus ac-
tion committee and later became
SL's treasurer and vice-president.
His committee consisting of 35
students was almost as large as
the legislature itself. There was
always something going on but
members noted that Baker seemed
to be able to keep track of it all.
When he sent a Christmas card
to a friend and signed an admin-
istration official's name his repu-
tation as a practical joker spread
quickly.
. Such stunts were nothing new
to Baker. As a high school senior
in Albion, Mich., he was the first
judge of the new student court
and the second case to appear be-
fore it.
Enjoys Advisor's Jobs.
Baker says he has enjoyed his
two-year stint as Strauss House
Resident Advisor more than any
other job he has held at the Uni-
versity.
He knows most of. the 148
Strauss House residents personal-
ly and says the chief problem in a
position where you can help peo-
ple is that "you want to kick'
yourself when you're unable to
help more of them. The only thing
I do here just because I'm paid for
it is to discipline them."
TU' Foresters
Elect Officers
Alfred E. Weisz, '56, was recent-
ly elected president of the Forest-
ers' Club, student organization of
the School of Natural Resources.
Other members of the club's
new executive council include Pe-i
ter Black, '56, vice-president; EdF
Heikkenen, '56, secretary; Paul
Truesdell, '56, treasurer; and Bob
Scharf, '56, program 'chairman.
Editor of the Michigan ForesterF
in 1956, the natural resourcesI
school yearbook, will be Larry Da-
vis, '56. His staff will include Jim
Halo, '57, associate editor; and co-
business managers Bill Fischer, '56,1
and Maynard Johnson, '56.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 2)
Violation of University regulations
concerning restricted parking areas:
One student fined $45.00 (fifth driving
violation) and warned that future mis-
conduct will imperil his standing in
the University; one student fined $65.00,
$40.00 suspended, for thirteen parking
tickets (plus police tickets in eight
cases).
Violation of University automobile
regulations: One student fined $25.00
for driving with no permit (second vio-
lation, $10.00 suspended: one student
fined $20.00 for social use of permit
(second violation; one student fined
$20.00 for driving with no permit,
Violation of University regulations
pertaining to the presence and con-
sumption of Intoxicants in student
quarters: One student fined for con-
suming intoxicants furnished him in
violation of state law (minor) $35.00,
$15.00 suspended in view of court fine
of $16.85; one student fined $20.00,
$10.00 suspended in view of court costs
of $11.85 and night in jail for con-
sumption of intoxicants furnished her
in violation of state law (minor.
Conduct unbecoming a student:
a. Disorderly conduct: One student
warned after court fine of $16.00.
b. Taking bottle of unopened beer
into restaurant having no license to
sell intoxicants: one student fined
$20.00, court fine of $16.85.
c. Giving false name to police and
failing to appear in court after being
released to custody of University offi-
cer: One student fined $30.00 (no court
action).
Attention G&S Members-The records
from "Iolanthe" may be picked up at
411 East William St. today from 9
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The following School Representatives
will be at the Bureau of Appointments
for interviews:'
Fri., May 27-
Berkeley, Michigan-Teacher Needs:
First; Second; Fifth; Sixth; Driver]
Training-Mathematics; English-Journ-
alism Mathematics-General Science-7th]
& 8th Grade Boys' Physical Education
(High School); Jr. High General]
Science; Jr. High (6th, 7th & 8th
Grades)-Girls' Physical Education; Jr.
High General Shop.
For appointments contact the Bureau1
of Appointments, 3528 Administration
Building, NO 3-1511, Ext. 489.
The following representatives will not
be at the Bureau of Appointments for
interviews but have the following vac-
ancies:f
Auburn, California--(Placer Union
High School and Sierra College)-
Teacher Needs: H. S. Home Economics;
H. S. Math & General Science (Assist--
ant Football coach); H. S. Math &
Drawing-Jr. College Auto Mechanics;
Jr. College Assistant Football Coach-
Jr. College & H. S. Physical Education;
Occupational Therapist; R e m e d i a l
Reading (High School); Jr. College Eng-
lish.
Modesto, California-(Modesto City

Schools)-Teacher Needs: Early and
Later Elementary.
Elgin, Illinois-Teacher Needs: Early
and Later Elementary; Jr. High Algebra;
Social Science-English combination;
Arithmetic (7-8 Grade); Foods; Boys'
Physical Education; Girls' Physical Edu-
cation; Senior High U. S. History;
Teacher for Physically Handicapped;
Assistant Art Consultant (Elementary);
Assistant Physical Education Consult-
ant (Elementary).
Charles City, Iowa-Teacher Needs:
Vocational Agriculture; Reading-7th
and 8th Grades; Speech Correctionist;
School Nurse; First Grade.
Albion, Michigan-Jr. High Mathe-
matics; Jr. High-General Science; Vo-
cal Music (Elementary & Jr. High);
Early and Later Elementary.
Alpena, Michigan-Community Col-
lege History; Art (Elementary); H. S.
Clothing; Industrial Arts; English (dra-
matics or Speech would be helpful);
History-Political Science or Sociology
or Economics (in the community col-
lege).
Coleman, Michigan-Teacher Needs:
English-Spanish-Girl's Physical Educa-
tion (Jr. High; 6th & 7th Combination;
2nd Grad.
Elsie, Michigan-Teacher Needs: Band
(vocal) Music; Shop-Math or Speech
or Social Studies (Grades 7-12); En.g-
lish-Debate, probably Speech.
Engadine, Michigan-(Garfield Town-
ship Schools)-Teacher Needs: Physical
Education (Basketball Coaching)-Com-
mercial (typing) English or 'Social
Studies; English or Social Studies-Phy-
sical Education (Basketball) Commer-
cial-typing or other; Commercial (in-
cluding typirng)-English or Social
Science or other; One teacher with any
of the above qualifications.
Charlevoix, Michigan-Teacher Needs:
7th Grade-Assistant coach of Football;
English-Speech (H. S.); Early Ele-
mentary.
Hazel Park, Michigan-Teacher Needs:
Kindergarten and Early Elementary;
Later Elementary; H. S. English; H. S.
French-English; H. S. Typing; Swim-
ming Coach; Track Coach.
Hermansville, Michigan -- Teacher
Needs: Industrial Arts-Physics or Chem-
istry or Mathematics.
Hopkins, Michigan-(Hopkins Town-
ship Schools)-Teacher Needs: Kinder-
garten; Sixth Grade; Elementary Music-
Art; Girls Physical Education-Jr. High
English; Coach Football and Track.
Kalamazoo, Michigan - (Mattawan
Consolidated Schools)-Teacher Needs:
Early and Later Elementary; Science-
Mathematics or Social Studies or Eng-
lish (Jr. High); English-H. S.
Midland, Michigasn-Teacher Needs:
Business Education (Typing, Business
Arithmetic. Bookkeeping-does not need
Shorthand); Industrial Arts; Biology;
English (Sophomore and Jr. High
Level).
Milford, Michigan - Teacher Needs:
Commercial (man) help with football
coaching; Commercial (woman) with
shorthand.
Muskegon Heights, Michigan-Teach-
er Needs: English (H.S.).
New Haven, Michigan-Teacher Needs:
Early and Later Elementary.
Oak Park, Michigan-Teacher Needs:

Elementary Girls' Physical Education;
H. S. English; First Grade.
High Point, N. C.-Teacher Needs:
English-Speech-Dramatics.
Fort Schuyler, New York, N. Y. (Mari-
time College)-Teacher Needs: Engi-
neering.
Peersburg, Ohio-Teacher Needs: Fifth
Grade; Fourth Grade; H. S. Core Teach-
er. (2 teachers) one of the positions
will call for basketball Coaching. A
strong social studies and coaching com-
bination will satisfy.
Sandusky, Ohio (Erie County Public
Schools)-Teacher Needs: Home Eco-
nomics; Jr. & Sr. High English-Span-
ish; Grade 7 Social Studies-English; H.
S. Commercial; H. S. English; Grade 5;
Grade 3; Grade 1; Vocal Music (Ele-
mentary & H. S.).
Tiffin, Ohio (Seneca County Schools)
-Teacher Needs: Early and Later Ele-
mentary Home Economics; English-Lat.
in; English-Public Speaking; Vocational
Agriculture; Coach; Physical Education-
Industrial Arts; Physical Education-
Science Schools do not play football);
Commercial (shorthand, typing, book-
keeping, business law and business
arithmetic.
Klamath Fans, Oregon -- Teacher
Needs: Early and Later Elementary;
Commercial (typing, bookkeeping, bus-
iness law, consumer economics-these
fields to be divided between two in-
structors); Dean of Girls and counsel-
ing; Girls Physical Education (general
physical education, health and swim-
ming).
Lakeview, Oregon (School District No.
7)--Teacher Needs: H. S. Commercial
(all subjects; H. S. & Upper Grade
Girls' Physical Educaton; 7-8 Grade
Science with coaching (man); 1st
Grade.
Medford, Oregon (School District No.
49)-Teacher Needs: Commercial (H.S.).
Seaside, Oregon (School Dist. No. 100)
-Teacher Needs: First Grade; Combi-
nation 6 & 7-Boys' Physical Education
and Coaching; English; English-Com-
mercial; Commercial.
Pe Ell, Washington--(District No. 301,
Lewis County)-Teacher Needs: Eng-
lish-Spanish (H. S.) Woman.
Yakima, Washington-Teacher Needs:
Speech Therapist; School Psychologist;
Teacher, Hard of Hearing & Deaf.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin-Teacher Needs:
Fifth; Sixth; Seventh; Eighth; Physical
Education (Woman).
Racine, Wisconsin-Teacher Needs:
Speech Therapy; Consultant in Lang-
uage Arts;hSpecial Education; Test
Specialist; Early and Later Elementary;
H. S. Social Studies-Basketball Coach-
ing (man); Commercial (typewriting,
shorthand, bookkeeping, and the usual
courses in the commercial department);
Homemaking; Jr. High Core; Mathe-
matics; Librarian.
Sheboygan, Wisconsin-Teacher Needs:
Language Arts (English); Latin; Ger-
man; Early and Later Elementary; Phy-
sically Handicapped; Industrial Arts-
Printing; Home Economics; Assistant
Recreational Director; Curriculum Co-
ordinator.
For additional information contact
the Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Ad-

ministration Building, NO 3-1511, Ext.
489.
PERSONNEL REQUESTS:
An insurance firm in Ann Arbor is
looking for a man or woman for the
position of Bookkeeper or Accountant,
working toward Office Mgr.
Richardson Corp., Rochester, N.Y'.,
has an opening ror a man with a
Bachelors or a Masters degree in Chem.
or Food Tech. Company manufactures
and distributes Soda Fountain Fruits
and Syrups.

A company in this vicinity is looking
for a man with an engineering back-
ground in Gen'l, Ind. or Metal. E. for
Trainee position leading to production
supervision.
Tennessee Valley Authority, Chatta-
nooga, Tenn., has vacancy for an Engr.
with specialized background of train.
ing or experience in the automotive
field.
The Bureau has a request from a firm
in Lansing for a Stenographer with a

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STARTING TODAY

-Daily-Tom McLean
BOB BAKER

an easy way of getting along with
people and the ability to see the
seriousness of a situation.
Baker began his freshman year
at the University, he declares, with
a determination to stay out of ac-
tivities. Within a couple of weeks,
however, he was a member of the
Young Democrats, the Newmanj
Club newspaper, and the Varsity
Debating Team.
"Then I got my five week grades
and dropped out of everything."
The next semester he got his
start in East Quad government as
a member of the Anderson House
Council and in his sophomore year
he became house president.
At the year's end Baker got the
job of first student representative
to the Board of Governor's of Re-
sidence Halls. He had nominated
a friend but "I pulled a Stevenson
and got drafted."

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