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Grinnell Sets s
Edmund Hier, former teaching
fellow in the University German
department, will initiate a course
in Russian at Grinnell College this
fall, Grinnell President Howard R.
Bowen announced recently.
Hier, who will also be an in-
structor in the Grinnell German
department, will begin teaching
during the fall semester.
In announcing the addition of
Russian to the Grinnell curricu-
lum, President Bowen pointed out
that only about 4000 Americans
are currently studying Russian.
Despite great demands for trans-
lators and other experts in the - ' .
language; the language is studied } " "'*+'
in less than 200 colleges and only,"
a handful of high schools.
By contrast, English is being
taught to at least five million .:
Russians. Numerous other Euro-
pean and Asiatic contries also NEW INSTALLATION-- Recently installed in the new Fluids
stress English as an important water tunnel. Built by University researchers in connection wit
language to be studied. the equipment was donated to the University at the completion
"Education in language is essen- ly one-half of the equipment being installed in the laboratory' h
tial to our understanding of for- building or has been donated by private industry for use in the:
eign ways of life," Bowen said.
"Our international responsibilityN
demands thorough knowledge of
"We expect that the addition of
Russian at Grinnell will not only (Continued. from'Page 1)
strengthen our liberal arts offering school will use the Fluids Engi-
but also contribute to the needs to Prof. Edmonson. "We can now neering Laboratory at one time or
of~~intl nainleeuit.w equipment too heavy another during their years at the
Colorado College plans to in- to be put in the old laboratories, University. "The undergraduates
augurate an experimental program and equipment which uses far too will be taught the applications of
in mathematics and science for the much wattage ever to be operated basic sciences to engineering, and
general student with the aid of a where we formerly were," he ex- the graduate student will.use it to
$60,000 Carnegie Corporation plained. experiment along new lines," Prof.
grant. All students in the engineering Edmonson added.
As fluids are a basic concept of
engineering, the study of it is
required by all departments of the
college. Because of the' large
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Nov. 13 MARGARET WEBSTER
Margaret Webster is one of the most outstanding
figures in the American theatre today. She is on
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our finest directors. Appearing here in a dramatic
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Feb. 20 SIR JOHN GLUBB
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knowledge of Arab custom and dialects. Though'
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A SOLDIER WITH THE ARABS
Mar. 13 NORMAN COUSINS
Michigan students have sought for years to bring
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