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WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1930

THE $LTMMR &WHIGAN DAILY v

WEDNESDA.Y~ JUL.Y 9, 1930 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

KT AKBETTER
SUPEVISRYPLAN
TO GUIDETEACHERS
Purpose Should be to Develop
Professionally Efficient
Instructor, He Claims.
DEFINES RESPONSIBILITY
Educator Discusses Activities
Necessary to Installation,
Planning of Courses.
"Since we have accepted as edu-
cationally sound and democratical-
ly right the practice of building
courses of study co-operatively and
thoroughly, with teachers assum-
ing large responsibilities in this
professional activity," said Prof.
George C. Kyte of the education
school yesterday afternoon in the
secondlecture on the Afternoon
Conference series, "it seems strange
to me that only in exceptional
cases have we given adequate
thought and attention directly to
the next supervisory problem in-
volved-introducing the courses of
study into the system and guiding
the teachers in obtaining f r o m
these instruments the values to be
found in them."
Would Define Responsibilities
"The basic purpose of supervi-
sion," he stated, "is to aid the
teacher in carrying on the totality
of activities which will result in
the maximum development of her-
self into the most professionally ef-
ficient person she is capable of be-
coming at all times.'"
"An effective program of super-
vision necessitates a clear-cut del-
egation of responsibility by the su-
perintendent of schools to his as-
sistants, in terms of clearly de-
fined functions," he said. The prin-
cipal as the executive head of his
school is directly responsible to
the superintendent of schools for
the educational results achieved in
the school."
"The teacher-as the executive of
the instructional program in her
classroom Is directly responsible to
the principal for the results ob-
tained," Kyte continued.
In discussing the introduction
and use of courses in a school sys-
tem, Kyte stated that "introduc-
tion of the courses of study begins
when the program of curriculum
construction or revisionris initiat-
ed."
Installation Continuous
"Installation of courses is a con-
tinuous process," he said, "-when
once it is begun it is never ended."
Some of the supervisory activi-
ties which occur during the install-
ation and- planning of courses, ac-
cording to Professor Kyte, are util-
zing the thought and effort of
every person who can contribute to
the building of courses of study;
making provision for extensive ex-
perimentation needed before and
after tentative drafts are made,
and utilizing various drafts of the
courses of study as vehicles for en-
couraging and guiding professorial
study.
in a pipe
That's what you want!

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and everywhere, when all the
time here is good tobacco waiting to be
smoked in your pipe? Why not dis-
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your hunting?
Light a pipeful of Edgeworth. Roll
on your tongue the full-bodied smoke
that never bites and is always cool.
Taste the Edgeworth flavor-the flavor
that never changes. Learn for yourself
why Edgeworth is the choice of so many
critical smokers all around the world.
You simply must meet Edgeworth
somehow. Buy a can of it, or borrow
some, or let us send you several pipe-
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coupon and then restraint until the
postman comes with the Edgeworth.
You'll bless the day, for good tobacco
in a pipe is what you want.

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Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh and Major Charles Kingsford-Smith,
commander of the Southern Cross, are shown together as they met
when the Colonel called at the latter's hotel in New York to congratu-
late hinm on his trans-Atlantic crossing and wish him bon vayage on
the eve of his flight to the Pacific coast.
Lucy Elliot, Long Prominent on This Campus,
Assumes Position as Summer Dean of Women
Miss Lucy Elliot, dean of women latter half of the Summer Session
f or the Summer Session, is not a of 1927.
new figure in the life of the Uni- The work of her staff this sum-
versity here in Ann Arbor. Miss mer is really a continuation of that
Elliot was graduated with an A. B. done in the dean's office during
degree from here, and later re- the year. The service there stresses
turned to receive her M. A. She aid in finding employment and
acted in the position of director of comfortable housing for applicants.
the Newberry Residence for the There is also a record of the ad-
years 1918 and 1919, and was invit- dresses and phone numbers of all
ed back there for three successive women enrolled now-this file may
summer directorships during the be used by anyone for locating per-
years 1925, 26, and 27. sons. The special work in connec-
Neither is Miss Elliot new in her tion with organizing the housing
role as head of women, for she situation for next year is also be-
was called to the office of Advisor, iug carried on through the office
replacing Miss Alice Lloyd, for the of the dean.
I NOwWICKIGANI

STAGE
WHISPER
by Helen Carrm

RUMORS OF THE DAY
1:10 p. M.
The Doctors Whoofle Inc., that
dual personality, better known as
a corporation which engages it-
self in nefarious persuits, lies deep-
ly imbedded in a composite mess
of cement and broccoli. Hence-
forth the Doctors Whooffe will be
unable to write other columns
than those entitled FASHION-
PLATE, WHAT THE WELLDRESS-
ED GENT WILL WEAR, and AD-
VICE TO THE UNGAINLY.
2:15 p. m.
Susan Potter, last seen in the
vicinity of the Mendelssohn The-
atre, tangled up under one of Mrs.
Henderson's rugs, has at last filed
suit for divorce. All of the details
of the case are not known, but it
is generally conceded that Mrs.
Potter has the law on her side.
6:43 p. m.
Nicholas Potter (likewise recog-
nized as The Doctors Whoofie's
most pedicular personality) was
found at an ;early hour with a
beautifully curved gold dagger, the
handle of which was wondrously
inlaid with strange and wonderful
beasts. The dagger was lodged in
Mr. Potter's back third rib.
6:45 p. m.
Due to the sudden and unfor-
tunate death of Mr. N. B. Potter,
divorce proceedings in the case of
Potter vs. Potter have ceased.
7:47 p. m.
Incidentally you might drop over
to see the show that starts tonight
-"Close Harmony." It's just this
and that all the way through .
such lines. You've simply NO idea.

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blend of good tobaccos
-selected especially for
pipe-smoking. Its quality
and flavor never change.
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where in two forms-
"Ready Rubbed" and
"Plug Slice"-15¢ pock-
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