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TUE MICHIGAN DAILY

panding 14-School Network

at Liangellen, Wales, during
miner. -
school's summer program at
>chen is w e ll kn ow n
thout the country.
dean is Jamies B. Wallace.
ral Resources...
University has the nation's
lihool of n atural resources,
~ring degree programs in
e management, fisheries,
vation, forestry and wood
>logy, the school is situated
Natural Resources Bldg. on
Jnlversity, north of the en-
ing buildings-.
iy of the, top officials In
iment and private forestry
conservation bureaus are
'slty graduates.
dean is Stephen H. Spurr.
ring School ...
Dol officials are anticipating
rease In the number of male
its wishing to apply to this

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sbasic program consists of a
year program combining gen-
and professional education
einnto a achelor of science
ie one year old medical sur-
I program which leads to a
ber of science degree Is also
eted to attract rue students
year.
)inprising one male student
over 650 women, this unit is
ted In the Medical Center,

GIANT-SIZED-A researcher at- the public health school holds up
of rubber sponges. As one of only a dozen or so comparable institu
offers training to public health workers already in the field and Ca
areas of viruses, drugs, and factors associated with nutrition.

The dean Is Rhoda Rheddig
Russel1.
Pharmacy College . ..
Established in 1876, this college
Is the smallest (about 150 stu-!
dents) of the 14 graduate and
professional units at the Ujniver-
sity.
It provides a five year program
for a bachelor of science in phar-
macy degree, a sIx year profes-
sional program for a doctor of

pharmacy and two graduate pro-
grams.
The curricula Include special
studies for hospital and profes-
sional pharmaceutical work and
also for industrial technology.
dediatedi 161 provids modern
facilities and planning for re-'
search activities.
The dean is Tom D. Rowe.
Public Health..*.*
In order to prepare professional
workers, to offer in-service train-
ing, to existing public health
workers and to conduct research,
-this school was established in
1951.

There are only a dozen or so
comparable schools in the country,
As a graduate school, it offers
programs leading to masters de-
grees in public health and indus-
tria health and doctor of public
Research p r ojecet s by the
school's faculty members include
a $144,000 five year study of virus
drugs and another study of fac-
tors associated with nuitrition.
While situated in the Public
Health Bldg., new space is being
provided this fall by the adapta-
tion of the former residence hall,
Victor Vaughn, to fit research and
office facilities. The top two
floors of this building shall be
used by the school.

deL
two models of viruses made out
ions in the country the school
rries out research in the related
Myron F. Wegman is the dean.
Social Work School .. .
This school is found among the
varoslanguae centers and
It is a graduate school, with a
two year program leading to a
masters degree.
Most of the unit's work is done
with funds received from the fed-
eral government. One of these pro-
jects, supported by a $200,000
grant fromn the Dept. of Health,
Education and Welfare, involves
a study of possible cures and edu-
cational programs for juvenile
delinquents.
The dean is F. F. Fauri.

KEEPING TRADITION A T MICHIGAN

YEAR PROGRAM:
O ffer -Diversi fied Range of Women's Sports

The coed interested in partici-
pating in sports has ample oppor-
tunity at the University.
Instruction in swimming, golf,
bowling, fencing, ice and figure
skating, horseback riding, ballet
and modern dance, badminton,
baseball, archery, basketball and
tennis Is offered. University wom-
en find that they can combine
learning with recreation in this
wide variety of ways.
The program is so good that the
University makes It mandatory.
One year of it is required for grad-
uation, if Incoming freshmen and
transfer students lck credit for it
The program is constituted
along eight-week lines: a coed
changes sports every two months,
and this ensures a diversity of ex-
perience.
Coeds may earn a Red Cross
Water Safety certificate through
the swimming courses, and this
can help them get a summer job
as camp counselor.
Advanced swimmers and divers

may participate in Michifish and
its junior counterpart, Michifins,
extra-curricular clubs which hold
tryouts each fall and spring and
which feature synchronized swim-
ming including a water ballet.
During the winter ice and fig-
ure skating instruction can be had
at the University Coliseum. Stu-
dents are expected to furnish their
Coed may also elect recreation-
al leadership classes to learn es-
sentials of the handicrafts, camp-
crafts, hobbies, games, music, na-
ture study, story telling and first
Scouts Brownies, Y-Teens and pa-
tients at University Hospital Stud-
ies as these also prepare girls for
summer jobs.
In addition to taking courses in
ballet and modemn dance, Univer-
sity women may join modern
dance clubs, ballet clubs or chore-
ographer's'workshops.
Other clubs include the tennis
club, the fencing club and the
riflery club.

EN GARDE--Members of a woman's fencing class try out their
form. Women -students are required to take a year of physical
education courses for graduation. The program is conducted along
eight week lines with the coed changing sports every two months.

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