Lik, rIit; JAIN
to Be Offe
. B ' ari4
Fo llowing. ti
adget -of $J41
ssion -of 192
r.e being, rap!
I. 11. Kraus
red ne~xt si
* nr'rn p11 per cent over the Summer session ular staff, augmented by specialists
I 'i~ of 1918. Only one other university in from other institutions and nearby l
.IIULU Uthe country. showed as great an in- public school systems,"
rn IARVcrease for the corresponding period. Work Same as Regular Session
I.HThe University of Wisconsin gained 72! - Dean Kraus, in discussing his plans
UIIVLII ~ liIper cent in summer students in the for the session of 1921, said that he
--:.--I same two years. expects io bring before students of
ujounoe~mnt of Coursesj It has been found that the summer the regular academic session the ad-
erect; May Be Ready attendance has averaged 28 per cent of vantages of attending the summer
e' Next Semester the enrollment in the academic ses-' courses and by this means shortening
sion. On this basis, the attendancel the term of residence from four to
'FER CHANCE TO at the Summer session of 1921 should three years. "This is not a place pri-
?TE IN THREE YEARS be about 2,600, according- to the esti- marily for teachers and deficient stu-
__,, . mate, of Dean Kraus. dents," he said. "The work is identical
x aisin urig he ext-Smme Iwith that given during the regular
he approval. by the Board F+ xpan ndrn h etSme semesters. Many students in all of
ttheir last meeting of a session is contemplated in all of theIi thdeatns nInteicore
9-25.5 o h umrdepartments, and more especially inhedprm scn plntercus
E9,24.65 fo _th Sumerin such a manner as to complete the
21 plans 'for the. session the departments of economics, educa. Ir1
idly ftirrulated by Dean tinIadgelgyoThrutrkdvl necessary for a degree by at-
so hata cndnse an oment of the Summer session de- tendance during three years of regular
so tat conensd an opwork and three Summer sessions."
)f the courses to be of- pends very largely upon the offerings
Smmer maybe i th in -the department of education," said-_ ______
Starts the 2 1 at
ands of students before the opening
Eiirollment Shows Increase
Last-'year's Sum mer session showed
Q enroillment of ;2;220, an increase of
Dean :Kraus yesterday. "Accordingly
the largest expansion is recommended
for this department. The. plans in-
volve the presentation of an unusuially
strong program of courses by the reg-'
If you can walk, you can dance
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'PHILIP MILLER; '23
LET UTS PROVE THE FACT
For Appointment Call
Between Hours 12.2
OR AT THE STUUDIO
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Four Mlemibers of Department
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iINElIALOGICAL SOCIETY TO
HOLD 31EETING IN CHICAGO
Four members of the Mineralogical
department of the University will at-
tend the meeting of the Mineralogical
Society of America Dec. 28, 29, and 30,
at the University of Chicago. Dean E.
HI. Kraus, head of the department, is
president of the society and he will
deliver the presidential 'address at the
meeting, taking for his subject the
future of mineralogy in America.
Prof. Walter F. Hunt will have.
charge of the abstracts of the journal
of the society. Prof. Albert B. Peck is
treasurer, and Mr. Chester B. Slawson
will give a talk on new methods of
Dean Kraus is the first president of
the society, which was organized in
Boston last year.
75 More Erccted in Graduate School
Seventy-five new students are ex-
pected to enroll in the Graduate school
at the beginning of the next semester,
according to a statement given out
Medical Faculty Meeting Postponed
The meeting of the Medical faculty
scheduled for Tuesday evening has
been postponed to Thursday evening.
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