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,1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE Fl
Extension Course Program 'Journalists ASIS Offers Two-Week Safari to Afri
)I To B Given in Ann Arbor Give Nare si-t o-E s-udent-weinghave the sert-toarIs
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SExtension courses will again be
offered in Ann Arbor by the Uni-
_04foa* eCredit courses will be given in1
astronomy, English literature, ge-
ography, philosophy, psychology#
and speech.
"History of the Theater" is one'
A Wonderful of this group of credit courses.
A®onerb Concerned with the theater in the
Selection western world, it will be conducted
by Suy by Dr. Bruce L. Nary. It meets at
to Suit '7:30 p.m., Feb. If, at Rm. 165 in
All Tastes! t h e b u s i n e s s administration
school.'
"Fundamentals of Speaking,"
taught by Prof. Jim Bob Stephen-
Beloved by son of the speech department, will
by concentrate on training in public
Brides for Over4 C speaking. It will meet at 7:30 p.m.,
100 Years Feb. 12 in 1412 M.H.
Prices ind. Fed. Tax Other credit courses offered in-
Rings Enlarged * chude "Introductory Astronomy :
to Sho awetal Stars, Nebulae, and Galaxies,"
Budget Terms to suit taught by Prof. Hazel M. Losh of
the astronomy department on
Mondays in 2003 AM. "Geography
of the Soviet Union," offered by
DORIC SET Prof. George Kish of the geogra-
} Groom's ring $39.50 phy department in 25 A. H. on
Bride's ring $35.00 Monday evenings; and "Introduc-
;°tion to Literature," taught by Prof.
Maximillian E. Novak on Tues-
day evenings in Rm. 165 of the
business administration school.
"Introduction to Philosophy"
will meet on Thursday evenings
in Rm. 170 of the business admin-
ENCHANTMENT SET $istration school, taught by Prof.
Groom's ring $32.50 Carl Cohen. "The Deviant Indi-
Bride's ring $27.50 vidual," a psychology course, will
meet on Wednesday evenings in
Rm. 170 of the business adminis-
tration school taught by Prof.
Irene Fast of the psychology de-
BRILLIANCE SET $200 partment.
Groom's ring $32.50 In the field of general adult
Bride's ring $29.50 education, courses are scheduled
in efficient reading, creative art,
fine arts, engineering, creative
writing and the finishing of wood.
"Modeling from Life,"' a course
in sculpturing, will meet at 7:3 0
p.m. on Tuesdays, beginning Feb.
10, in Rm. 115 of the Architecture
LR T 5500 Bldg. James E. Miller will instruct.
Open to advanced students as
Groom's ring $27.50 well as to beginners, the class of-
Bride's ring $27.50fer individual instruction. Enroll-
As Advertised in LIFE and LOOK ment is limited to 15.
X ~"Ceramics," taught by Marie L.,
Woo, will be offered at 7:00 p.m.
A L t B o l edSIMPLICITY SET $65 on Mondays and Thursdays for
ftcar ve e e I e sGroom's ring $35.00 eight weeks, beginning Feb. 9 in
Bride's ring $32.50 Rm. 125 Architecture Bldg.
fOtherclasses in art are: "Cre-
ative Drawing and Color Sketch-
ing" to be given by Prof. Gerome
Kamrowshi, of the architecture
and design school at 7:30 pm. on
Wednesdays in Rm. 415 of the
architecture Bldg. "Oil Painting,"
to be taught by Prof. Frede Vidar,
FO R F I N E of the architecture and design
JE WE L R Yschool, at 7:30 p.m. on Wednes-
\,?_______days in Rm. 501 of the Architec-
ture Bldg.; and "Water Color,"
201' SlathMoi off Washington taught by Prof. William A. Lewis
of the architecture and design
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school, at 7:30 p.m. on Mondayss
in Rm. 415 of the Architecture{t
Bldg. Lectures by 10 well-known
All of these classes are open to j ur s, wi y 0e sp no y
beginning as well as to advanced hjournalists iieshsponsored by b
students. All begin the week of thesournalsm school during the
Feb. 9. spring semBcser.
The office will be open begin- "tPaul Bloe, wpublisher(of thej
ning yesterday arnd continuing IToledo Blade," will dliver the
through the first two weeks ofI first of the 3 p.m. speeches on
classes, registration for extension Feb. 17. Nationally syndicated
courses will be held in the business election analyst Samuel Lubell
administration school 'from 6:30 will speak Feb. 20.
p.m. to 9:30 p.m. "Assignment Mankind," a
Christian Science Monitor Movie,
~- ~will be shown Feb. 24 and 25. On
March 9 Ted Smits, general sports
NavalR eserve editor of the Associated Press will I
deliver an address. The managing
School Starts editor of the Louisville Courier-
C 00R1 -Journal, James Pope will speak
1 March 24.
The Naval Reserve Officers The program for April will be
School extension at Ann Arbor provided by Harry Golden, editor
began its second semester for the of the Carolina Israelite, speaking
curet year on Tuesday, on April .8, Charles Ferguson,
nsenior editor of the "Reader's
The school, which is open to all Digest" on April 14 and Rob-
Naval Reserve and Marine Corps ert Arthur, member of the in-
Reserve Officers not on the in- structional staff of the American
active status list, regardless of Magazine Institute on April 28.
rank or designator, enables re- Walt Kelly will lecture May
serve officers -to qualify for re- 7 followed by Kenneth MacDon-
tirement and promotion.-1 ald, editor of the Des Moines
Prof. Roy F. Proffitt of the Law Register and Tribune .May 12.
School and Edmund P. Dandridge, The speaker for the journalism}
Jr., of the engineering college, honors assembly May 20 will be
teach in the school. Prof. Proffitt V. V. McNitt of the McNaught
teaches a new course in Logistics Syndicate, Inc.

cents this summer by the Ameri-
can Student Information Service.
Twelve to 15 students will par-
icip te in each group, traveling
by pairs n jeeps with bar tents
mnd portable showers. Camp will
be set up in Kilimanjaro and an
overnight stop is planned in an
African village. Fresh food will
also be supplied.

ices of a servant and good shots
of over 40 African animals, in-
cluding leopards, lions, elephants
and the countryside are guaran-
teed.
Included in the trip will be two
days each before and after the
safari in Nairobi. The return trip
will be from Nairobi to Rome,

stopover days in Europe as
individual student desires. 'I
total cost of the trip, includ
air travel, will be approximat
$1,500.
Further information about 1
camera safari can be obtain
from the A.S.I.S. offices at Jos
Ludwig Str. 4-a, Limburg E
Lahn, Germany.

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school may join now, and can see
Prof. Proffitt or Dandridge at
North Hall any Tuesday evening.

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