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'SITE MCMGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1956

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. iONS

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New Student Teacher Plan
Provides More Experience

By NADINE ULLMANN
Student teaching is becoming
increasingly comprehensive in
experience, location, and time.
A new program was begun in
September, allowing students to
teach in towns other than Ann
Arbor. Positions are now available
in elementary and high schools
in Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids,
Battle Creek, Saginaw or other
towns where the Uniyersity has a
graduate resident center.
This provision is to enable stu-
dents to take other courses con-
currently. Instead of receiving
eight hours of credit as under the
old program, the student now re-
ceives from twelve to sixteen
credits depending upon whether
he takes another course or not.
Twenty-four Hours
The student in; this program
will spend a minimum of twenty-
four hours a week in the class-
room. This includes five mornings
and at least three afternoons per
week. The plan is the result of a
widespread belief in education
circles that extensive contact with
children is the most beneficial ex-
perience. It was also designed
with the idea that students would
have an opportunity to work in
the schools where they will even-
tually be teaching after gradua-
tion, or in their hometowns, thus
relieving financial strain.
Positions in Ann Arbor are limit-
ed, and with the expanding en-
rollment expected, there will be a
shortage of openings in a few
years.
Contacts
Students teaching out of town
maintain contact with the Uni-
versity through the extension
centers and through special con-
ferences with education professors
visiting their respective schools.
The prospective student-teacher
must have completed certain re-
uirements before enrolling in this
course. Application for the spring

semester must be made during
January, 1957. Elementary candi-
dates may speak to Prof. Lowell W.
Beach while secondary students
may see Prof. W. Robert Dixon,
both of the School of Education.
Through this arrangement edu-
cation professors hope the scope

and interest in teaching as

an
in-

undergraduate
tensified.

will be greatly

Radio Play
To Be Given
At Rackliam
Norwin Corwin's radio fantasy,
"My Client Curly" will be pre-
sented as a radio-studio demon-
stration at the speech assembly
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Rackham
Lecture Hall.
This latest speech department
production is open to the public
free of admission charge.
There are two basic purposes to
this assembly program, according
to Prof. Edgar Willis of the De-
partment of Speech, and director
of this demonstration.
"We are attempting," Prof.
Willis said, "to show radio-drama
techniques in action and to pro-
vide an opportunity for students
to hear one of radio's noteworthy
dramas."
"My Client Curly," he added,
includes many of the drama-doc-
umentary techniques which Cor-
win introduced to the radio medi-
um.
Students participating in the
assembly demonstration are: Ste-
phan All, '57; Robert Barret, '57;
Michael Buchanan, '57; Shirley
Tepper, '57; George Finkel, '58;
Michael Millgate, Grad.; Alice Bas-
ford, '58; Richard Wotring, Spec.;
and John Spaulding, Grad.
The remainder of the cast in-
cludes: George Franke, '57; Phyl-
lis Messinger, '57; Harris Liechti,
'57; Donald Kates, '57; Barbara
Jawerski, '57; Donald Gilger, '57;
John Reiser, '58; and Truman
Cleveland, Grad.

U' Machine
Translates
Soviet data
University engineers have de-
veloped a system using an elec-
tronic computer to translate
Russian scientific writing into
English.
Although it will be many months
before the system is perfected, it
can produce a readable transla-
tion of a Russian text without
any editing.
"Our results to date are very
encouraging, but far from perfec
tion," University engineers An-'
drea Koutsoudas and Robert B.
Korfhage commented recently.
Literary Quality
"The translated text will not
be of literary quality. There will
be grammatical irregularities,'
misspellings. However, the result
will be good enough to allow an
American physicist to make sense
of what he reads," they declared.
The use of computers for trans-
lating languages has been studied
at the University Engineering Re-L
search Institute since 1955 and by
other groups at a few institutions!
since World War II.
Local interest in the project
was spurred when International
Business Machines and George-
town University announced in
1954 that they had developed al
large-scale computer to translatel
from Russian to English.
Project Aim
This project was merely a test
for the machine and was not
meant for actual translating work,
but it showed that computers
could be used for this job.
Under the ERI system, research-
ers will store about seven-thou-
sand coded Russian words in the
computer with their English
equivalents. When Russian words
are then fed into the machine
from a text, the machine will
select and type the English trans-
lation.
"Within the next few years,' the
mechanical translation of langu-
ages will become one of the major
tools used by our scientists and
engineers," Koutsoudas and Korf-
hage concluded.

Figure 5 overage words to a line.
Classified deadline, 3 P.M. daily.
11:00 A.M. Saturday
Phone NO 2-3241
XMAS GIFTS
The Perfect Practical Gift
for the School Girl
A CAR-COAT
Sale prices $14.50 to $25.00
Orig, $22.95 to $39.95
at
The Elizabeth Dillon
Shops
530 S. Forest & 1111 S.U. )S39
For that Hard to Please
Man in your Life
Go to,
Nate's Boat Shop
for all types of marine
accessories
2527 Dexter Rd. Phone NO 8-8500
)S36
TARANTULAS, BIRDS and MONKEYS
Beautiful tropical fish, aquarium sup-
plies, hamsters, and guinea pigs.
UNIVERSITY AQUARIUM
328 E. Liberty NO 3-0224
Open daily except Thursday
)S34
UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS, AND ALL
THROUGH THE HOUSE - They'll
carry the portable radio you give
them for Christmas. We carry a com-
plete line of famous GE radios, from
transistors to console models. Also
1957 model GE television sets includ-
ing portables priced from $99.95 and
up. Also a good selection of record
players.
IDEAL RADIO SHOP
"Authorized G.E. Dealer"
1531 Miller Ave. Phone NO 2-3660
)S27
A Picture to Remember
Is a Gift to Remember
RENTSCHLER STUDIO
Fine photography since 1890
319 E. Huron
)S20

Flannel slacks, 100% wool gabardine
and flannel, assorted colors, $10.95;
plaid shirts, $3.88. Many other gift
items.

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SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

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OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, December 16-9:00 to 5:30
NI ELSEN'S
FLOWER SHOP
021 Maiden Lane Phone NO 2-3269
)S28

9x12 COTTON RUGS
$29.95
Many variety of colors to choose from.
SMITH'S FLOOR COVERING
207 E. Washington
NO 3-5536
Open Monday evening until 8:30
8S37
FOR BIG LITTLE MISSES
A real Singer Miniature Sewing
Machine (not a toy, sews just like
Mom's). Special for Christmas,
regular $12.95 value, only $9.95.
This offer limited time only.
SINGER SEWING CENTER
114 S. Main St. Phone NO 2-5569
)8 18
Christm-[%as
special
ARGUS C-3 Camera, with
case and flash, Reg. $69.50
Now $49.95
COMPLETE LINE - Photographic
supplies, cameras, etc.
Purchase from
Purchase
Camera Shop

PERSONAL
ATTENTION FEBRUARY GRADS! Sale
of Senior announcements in the Ad-
ministration building. Through Fri-
day, December 14, 10:00-4:30 )F89'
YOU CAN SEND to your friends a car-
toon blast at S.G.C. and other dazz-
ulig features. Support the campus
underworld; buy rah rah-on sale to-
day at the edges of campus. )F92
SANTA: Please have Joe get our J-
Hop ticket reservation today. Candy.
)F75
MAKE SANTA COME 12-52 times a
year! Give magazine subscriptions -
inexpensive, easy to order, select from
among 2,067. Merely phone Student
Periodical, NO 2-3061. ) F88
CONVERT your double-breasted suit to
a new single-breasted model. $15.
Double-breasted tuxedos converted to
single breasted, $18, or new silk shawl
collar, $25. Overcoats $18. Write to
MichaelsrTailoringCo., 1425 Broad-
way, Detroit, Michigan, for free de-
tails or phone WOodward 3-5776. )F1
CORSAGES, Cocktail Lites, Air Fresh
Candles. Stuart Nye hand wrought
silver & copper jewelry. Furracces-
sories. Margaret Shop. NO 5-5729.
)F65
HOUSE FULL of students wish attrac-
tive female companions for the J-
Hop. Reply in writing> to Box 26,
The Michigan Daily. )F83

"DON'T Dally, Buy Dilly."
REAL ESTATE

)F86

1116 S. University

THE BUTTS & SWISHER CO
REALTORS
FOR ANN ARBOR WOODS
(Washtenaw at Stadium)
Models Open Daily 10-8
Office 214 E. Washington - NO 3-0800

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NEEDED-2 drivers. Have opportunity
for 2 people to drive 2 new Fords to
California. Call Herb Estes, NO 2-
3261. )G14
FOR RENT
TWO ROOM Furnished Apartment. All
utilities except gas. Share bath. Mar-
ried couple, no children. Call Mrs.
William Luck, NO 8-8900. )C45
2-ROOM Furnished Apartment. $70
a month. very close downtown and
campus. 603 E. Ann, NO 2-7274. )C44
FURNISHED 2 room papartment ner
campus and hospital, Call after 5,
NO 3-0687. ) C43
FUNCTIONALLY FURNISHED modern
home. Available Jan. 19-Sept. 19. 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, studio-workroom.
Quiet, pleasant location. $150. Phone
HELP WANTED
PART TIME employee from 5:00 P.M.
to 9:00 P.M. Call NO 8-6920 from
9:00-12:00, or 2:00-5:00. )H68
CARRIERS for the Michigan Daily.
Openings available now and after
Christmas vacation. Excellent pay.
Morning hours. No collecting. Call NO
2-3241 and leave message for Dick
Alstrom and I will call you. )H67
WANTED-Cab drivers, full or part-
time. Apply 113 S. Ashley. Ann Arbor
Yellow and Checker Cab Company.
Phone NO 8-9382. )}H20
ROOMS FOR RENT
ONE BLOCK from campus, newly fur-
nished room for two men. 523 Pack-
ard, Call NO 2-1443. )D17
USED CARS
49' PACKARD
Four door. New tires. Excellent mechan-
ical condition. $165. NO 2-3433. Pri-
vate. )N71
1954 OLDSMOBILE-Two-toned green,
radio, heater, powerbrakes, premium
white walls, refrigerated air condi-
tioning, and many other extras, Call
Don Lincoln. NO 2-8796. )N70
1948 MERCURY sedan, deluxe acces-
sories, good rubber, fenders whole,
no rust. $189. Phone NO 3-5519. )N52
1956 FORD, V-8, Ford-O-Matic, fully
equipped. $1850. Call NO 2-2783 af-
ter 6 p.m. )N32
'56 DODGE, Royal, Hard top, power
steering, power brakes, white walls,
radio, many other acc. Low mileage
demo. Special this week $2497,
Don Pringle
Dodge - Plymouth
331S . Fourth Ave.
)N65
'50 PONTIAC - 2 door-H'ydramatic,
heater, blue; good chrome. Best of-
fer. NO 2-7310. )N64
USED CARS
1953 FORD-V-8, tudor, white walls,
radio & heater, clean, $795.
1955 FORD STATION WAGON-17,-
000 miles, radio & heater. In ex-
cellent condition inside and out.
$1695.
1947 FORD CLUBE COUP-radio &
heater, new tires. $175.
1954 CHEVROLET DELREY COUPE
j -two-tone paint, radio & heat-
er. One owner. $1045.
JIM WHITE, INC.
Your Chevrolet Dealer
Open 'til 9 p.m. Daily
Saturday 'til 1 p.m.
Cor. Washington & First Sts.
NO 2-5000
Cor. Ashley & Liberty Sts. NO 3-6495
)N69

LOST AND FOUND
LOST - Diamond phono needle. Re-
ward. Call Chris Baker collect. North-
vile 2729. )A67
BUSINESS SERVICES
TYPING DONE - Accurately and
promptly. NO 2-5370. )J35
WASHINGS -- Also ironing separately.
Specialize in cotton blouses and
washed skirts. Free pick up and deli-
very. Phone NO. 2-9020. )J23
EXPERIENCED Operators in Beauty
work of h11 kinds. Ritz Beauty Salon.
605 E. William, NO 8-7066. )J3
WHITE'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
2007 South State NO 2-3350
Bumping and Painting
)J5
FOR SALE
BALDWIN PIANOS
Acrosonic Spinets
Maddy Music
508 E. William
NO 3-3223 )B75
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Many exclusive features. Just like
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MODERN COUCH-Ideal for apart-
ment, 3 years old, $300. NO 3-1408.
)B153
Cakes and Cookies
To satisfy that hunger pain
You don't have to riot
Just go out and buy it.
Campbell and Son BaKery
219 N. Main NO 8-9880
We deliver-Order now and keep
your snack on hand.
)B151
HI-Fl
BECAUSE
We feature only famous Name Brands
in all Hi Fi Components
Foreign and Domestic
Audio Supply Laboratories
334 Nickels Arcade
NO 2-7767 and NO 2-9425
)B138
CHR ISTMAS
DECORATIONS
AT
Your Garden Center
215 South Fifth NO 3-5616
)B140
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Phone NO 8-6972

Blue -Books
Got you down?
B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation
presents
AN EVENING WITH
GEORGE GERSHWIN
A program of recorded
music torelax the
weary student
TONIGHT AT 8 P.M.
ADMISSION ' FREE

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Cleaned and pressed ... 99e
TROUSERS and SKIRTS
t Cleaned and Pressed.. . 50c
SAME-DAY SERVICE
SUN CLEANERS
Fourth and Washington Phone NO 2-3488

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TAB HUNTER
(The boy with the barracks bag!)
NATALIE OD
(The girl with the overnight case!)
WARNER bROS ,
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Behind.
BUr Nor
DIAL NO 2-2513
Wherever he rode
his past was always
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THE PURPOSE OF THE THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
106 East Liberty, 2nd floor - (New quarters) Wed., Dec. 12, 8 .M.
Listen to: Radio Theosophy - Sundays 12:15 P. .M.
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