Professor Grismore Absent on Year's
Leave; Little Change in
BARBOUR COLLECTION GIVEN
TO SCHOOL'S LIBRARY
Returning to the University this
year just seven years after taking his
LL.B. degree in the Law school, Pro-
fessor Burke Shartel takes his place
among the faculty of the Law school,
and will teach two courses in Prop-
Professdr Shartel graduated from
the. Literary college in 1910, and re-
ceived his LL.B. in 1913. After grad-
uation from Jhe Law school, he went
into the practice of law in Oklahoma
City for four years, at the close of
which he began graduate work in the
Harvard Law school. During this
time Professor Shartel served several
months in the navy, returniig then
to Harvard, where he took his S.J.D.
degree in graduate work, in 191'8.
During the year 1919-1920 Professor
Shartel was a member of the faculty
of the University of Illinois, whera his
wvork met with such success that he
was called to Michigan at the close
of the school year.
The only other change in the fac-
ulty is the absence for one year of
Prof. Grover C. Grismore, on leave.
Courses in the Lava, school this year
will be substantially the same as last
with two exceptions. The course en-
titled Agencyrhas been extended to
two hours per week for a full year
and will include the subjects "Master
and Servant"; and "Workman's Com-
pensation,"..two subjects which, while
not directly connected with the topic
they are under, are considered by the
faculty to be worthy of the careful
study they will now receive, in con-
trast to the prevalent neglect award-
ed them by the majority of schools
about the country. A seminary course
in "The Law, of Private Corporations"
has also been added.
The library of the Law school has
been considerably enlarged this year
by the addition of a large collection
on American statutory law and rec-
ords of constitutional conventions.
The library of the late Professor Wil-
liam T. Barbour has also been added
to the collection.
OUT FOR RECORD VIII IIII
Members of this year's directory AN O~
staff are making an effort to get their
book out before November 3, whicho
is the record date' made by the 1916fhaeOic
have ,been annou
The directory will go- to press a ed below: Pre
least by October 18,.but due to its in-and 2:00 to 5:(
creased size and to the fact that their 12:30; Secretary
time was shortened by the late date l 1:30 to 5:00, Sal
of the opening of school this fall, the Registrar, 8:001
staff will not promise that this year's: 5-00, Saturdays
book will be out before the middle of The Dean oft
November. . ture, Science an
Any changes or additions and any his office from 1
new organizatioils desiring space in to 4:00 on Mon
this year's book must let it be known! Fridaysr. 10:00t
at the Student Directory office in the 400 on Tuesd
Press building not later than Oct. 9. 10:00 to 12:00 o
or the following men
unced and are as list-
sident, 8:30 to 12:00
00, Saturdays 8:30 to
y, 8:00 to 12:00 and
turdays 8:00 to 12:30;
to 12:00 and 1:30 to
8:00 to 12:30.
the College of Litera-
d the Arts will be in
0:00 to 12:00 and 3:001
days, Wednesdays and
to 11:00 and 3:00 to
days and Thursdays
n Saturdays; Dean of
g college, 10:00 to
to 4:00; Dean of the
0 to 4:00 on Mondays,
Wednesdays, 11:00 to
rsdays a'nd Fridays;
3:00 to 4:00 daily ex-
2:00 and 1:30 to 5:00;
ate school, 10:00 to
ays, Wednesdays and
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offices in the Press building from 4
to 6 every day. The Law Review eof-
fices will be open every day except
Saturday from 1 to 5, on which dlay
they will be open from 8' to 12.
Soviet Tries to Spread Education
Moscow, Sept. 6.-The Soviet is
taking measures to'spread education
in the southern Rusisan towns.
In Rostoff and Nakhitchcvan 57
schools have been opened for 1,500
pupils. Since Sept. 1, 150 other
schools have been started.
Michigan Daily liners bring re-
A Dodge Car
and Dodge. I~
T A X I
NEW UNIVERSITY LIBRARYI
PRAISED BY HJELIIQRIST
That the University of Michigan
library ranks high with the best libra-
ries of Europe is evidenced by . state-
ment made, to Librarian Bishop last
week by Royal Library Commissioner
Hjelmgrist, of Sweden, who has been
spending the past week in Ann Arbor
studying the architectural and admin-
istrative features of the University
"No university library in Aurope,'
stated Mr. Hjelmqrist, "affords the
facilities to students and faculty as
does th'e University of Michigan,"
Librarian Hjelmgrist, accompanied
by a native architect, was sent here
by the Swedish government to make
a careful study of the library before
making definite plans for the building
of a fine new library at Stockholm.
12:00 and 3:001
Law school, 3:0
12:00 on Thun
school, 8:00 to 1
Dean of Gradu
11:00 on Mondn
Fridays, and 10:
days and Saturd
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4 to 6 every day. Their Art editor
will be at the Union Tuesdays from
4 to 6 and at the Press building dur-
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Chimes Women's editor will be at the
Press building offices form 4 to 6
Mondays and Thursdays.
The editors of the Students' Direc-
tory and the Daily will be in their
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