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February 03, 1921 - Image 7

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E MICHIGAN DAILY
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Spain Is Planned

To give Spanish students and teach-
ers an. opportunity for an intensive
study of the Spanish language, art
and literature, under native environ-
ment, Prof. Charles P. Wagner, of the
romance languages department, will
head a party which will tour Spain and
parts of France during the summer
months.
The party plans to land in France
and proceed directly to Paris where a
week will be spent in seeing the city
and visiting the battlefields in the near
vicinity. From here Professor Wagner
expects to take the party to Spain
where the northern, southern and
easto-rn parts, especially, will be vis-
ited. The actual academic and re-
search work will be done at the U~ni-
versity of Madrid under Sr. Menendez
Pidal, the directornofdthe Summer ses-
sion of the university, who is a per-
sonal friend of Professor Wagner.
The regular work of the course, which
will continue for at least a month, will
be interspersed with lectures .by. Pro-
fessor Wagner.
The trip will be of special interest
to students of art and literature as
such centers of art as the Prado art
gallery at Madrid will be accessible.
These students, as well as others'in-
terested, will be accepted as, members
of the group if application for such
membership is made.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.

ENGINEERS ELECT
UNDER NEW PLAN
New classification plans in the eng-
ineerIng college do not conflict with ,
the regular student classification onf
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 18 and 19.
A survey was made, from which to
estimate the number ofrstudents tak-
ing each course the coming semester.-
Following this, a preliminary classifi-
cation was made by the classifi-
cation committee, and this work isE
still going on. The permanent class-{
ification will be made on the two days
mentioned, vvhen2 students will make1
final arrangements for courses.
According to Prof. Arthur J. Deck-,
er, chairman of the classification com-1
mittee, the plan' does not take away
any former privileges of the students.
"The student,' he said, 'has more time
for consultation with his instructors
regarding future work. Arrangements
can be made for the necessary class-
es, with sufficient knowledge to more
greatly equalize the number of stu-
dents in each class. Thus, it is hoped,
much of the former overcrowding will
be eliminated. There is also less lia-
bilityj of mistakes in classifying, as
both student and instructor have more
opportunity to consider the matter."
Prof. Young Speaks in Grand Rapids
Prof. L. J. Young, of the forestry
department, will address the Women's
club in Grand Rapids next Tuesday
upon "Michigan's Costly Mistake in
Handling Her Resources."

MISS GRATTON TO TEACH NEW
COURSE IN SUMIEII SESSION
One of the new courses offered by
the .Summer session this year will be
'"Art Instruction for Public Schools,"
to be taught by Miss Emma Gratton,
head ofrthe city art supervision staff
of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Miss Gratton is one of the recog-
nized leaders ins artinstruction for
the public, according to Prof. Emil
Lorch, of the architectural depart-
ment. Two courses will be given, one
elementary and one advanced. The
elementary class will contain those
who have received some art training
but have no instruction in how to in-
terpret it to the public. The advanced
class will consist of students who have
had considerable art experience and
who desire advanced ideas in the sub-
ject. Both will be full time classes.
Adelpl Elects Next Semester Officers
Adelphi House of Representatives
Tuesday evening elected 'A. G. Leon-
ard, '21, speaker for next semester;
O. W. Rush, '22, clerk; N. R. Buchan,
'22, treasurer, and W. A. Hocking, '23,
sargeant-at-arms.

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