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Page 49 text:
skills in lndustrial Arts program.
Potential "do-it-yourseIf"ers find a
wide variety of individual subiects
offered by the Industrial Arts De-
partment. Catering to the students
who find ioy in doing things are Auto
Shop, Wood Shop, Drafting, Ma-
chine Shop, and Welding. Each of
these provides exploratory occupa-
tional experiences, development of
an appreciation for good work
habits, along with basic experiences
in the use of tools, machines, and
materials. Often a student who has
taken advantage of these oppor-
tunities is qualified to step into a
regular iob in industry upon gradu-
ation from high school.
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B.S., Central Michigan
College, M.A., University
of Michigan, Welding.
W. R. RENARD
B.S. M.Ed. Wa ne State
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University. Machine Shop
Page 48 text:
Combining brarns and brawn creates practical results,
JOHN J ORT
B S Central Mlchugan
College M A Unlversuty
of Michigan Wood Shop
WILLIAM G COLE
B S Mlchlgan State Um
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H WILLIAM JENNINGS
B S Wayne State Umver
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Muchugan Auto Shop Jet
Club Gun Club Adult
As Mr John Ort and Tam Brlghtbnll look on
members of advanced wood warlung class
baby thelr speclal prolects In some way Joe
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modern walnut chalr Ron Owens admires
a lamp he has lust completed Tom Kessler
bores a hole in his latest prolect
Students flnd many fascinating phases to the work In Auto Me
chanlcs newest of the courses to be oiered by the Industrial Arts
Department Here Stan Boleczak Bull Love Maurice Damel George
Collins Bob Damen Frank Provato Fred Kuhfeldt Joe Declna and
Jerry Lewis work with the Sun Dlagnosls equipment
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Page 50 text:
B.A., University of Michi-
gan. Michigan State Uni-
versity, Wayne State Uni-
versity. Driver Education.
State University. Wayne
State University. Driver
Assistant Swimming Coach.
B.S., Eastern Michigan
College, M.A., University
of Michigan. Wayne State
University. Driver Educa-
tion, Counselor. Backtield
Coach, Football, Varsity
There's nothing quite as thrilling as "doing"
where Driver Education is concerned. Stu-
dents get careful instruction from members
of the staff as they practice.
Good driving attitudes are important lessons learned
by students enrolled in the Driver Education classes.
Being cautious and courteous to other drivers makes
for less accidents and safer driving. Students apply
these attitudes at all times while driving.
"Stop, look, and listen" is an important rule followed
by these students. They learn the rules for safe driving
and the laws involving traftic and accidents. They
become familiar with various traffic signs, with the
method of giving signals while operating an auto-
mobile and the proper way to drive under varying
Knowledge of all parts of the car is gained in ad-
dition to instruction in actual operation of the vehicle.
Combining mechanical skill and social responsibility,
driver education students should help increase the
safety of highway trattic.
Precision, courtesy, sense comprise Driver Education goals
Classroom instruction involving proper driv-
ing procedures at intersections is applied by
Mr. Reum's students on this demonstration
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