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decided to plan cards would be given out at some
$1,000 which future convocation on which the stu-
n one of the dents would place the names of their
ft to the un- instructors,, writing after each one the
he custom of mark between A and F that he thinks
year to give he merits. It is thought that through
sually taken this system the administration would
beautify the be given a first hand opportunity of
rating the effectiveness of each pro-

TRUEBLOOD, SESEMIN
PLAN LECTURE 'TOURS~
Prof. T. C. Trueblood of the public
speaking department, will leave for
the Pacific Coast June 20, to give lec-
tures and lecture recitals in ;differ-
ent state educutional institutions in the
West. He will speak at the University
of Wyoming, the State Teacher's col- }
lege of San Jose, Calif., and the State
Teacher's college at Santa Barbara,
Calif. On the return trip he will give
lectures before the State Agricultural
college of' Colorado and the State
Teacher's college of Greeley, Colo.
Mrs. Trueblood will accompany Pro-
fessor Trieblood on the trip. Stops
will be made at Lake Tahoe and Yose-
mite National park. They will return.
early in September -
H. L. Sensemann, director of the
Alumni Catalogue, has accepted an in-
vitation to deliver a series of 20' lec-
tures before the County Teachers' in-
stitutes in Portland and Wabash, In-

or week, a
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ates, began
.n events of
rom, water
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fessor,- ,
/Raymond Heads Armour Institute
Dr. Howard M. Raymond, dean of
engineering at Armour Institute of
Technology for the past 27 years, has
,been appointed president of that in-
stitution to succeed the late Dr. Frank
W. Gunsaulus,.according to J. Ogden
Armour, chairman of the board of
trustees. Dr. Raymond is a graduate
of the University of Michigan.

diana, the latter part of this summer.
Mr. Sensemann will speak on the sub-
ject of "Literature and Pedagogy."
In speaking before the institutes in
'these two cities, Mr. Sensemann will
be addressing the teachers of the;
counties in which they are located.
Portland and Wabash are both county.
seats. He will leave for Indiana about
the middle of August and deliver his
series of talks the latter part of that
month.
SHAW, ALUMNI SECRETARY,
WRITES SCRIBNERS ARTICLE
"A New Power 'in University Af-
fairs," is the title of an article in the
current number of Scribners magazine,
by Wilfred Shaw, secretary of the Al-
umni association. In it Mr. Shaw re-
views the history of alumni associa-
tions and discusses the new place those
bodies have taken in American univer-
sity affairs.
He points out that while the univer-
sities at one time consisted of but the
student body and faculty, a third
group, the alumni, has now forced
itself into recognition.

The Students Christian association's
recently issued an annual report in-
dicating that it has accomplished ex-
tensive and concentrated results in its
work among the student body. Prob-
ably the most noteworthy project ac-
complished outside of extension tours
and assistance in the monthly Univer-
sity services held in Hill auditorium,,
is the promotion of the Fresh Air
camp. Last summer 15 boys in the
needy communities of the state of
Michigan were given a real summer
outing with Michigan men as their
leaders. This spring $1,700 has been
raised to take care of twice that num-
ber during the coming vacation period.
More than $2,500 was solicited from
the campus in the annual drive while
teams were sent out among the alum-
ni and members of the faculty. This
fund is for conducting the association's
various activities throughout the year.i
Another charitable outlook for chil-
dren was the sponsoring of Christmas
parties for. tr'eating the Ann Arbor

and social subjects w
20 fraternities with
leaders, while church
sponsored to a wide
sentatives were also
conferences at Chica
elsewhere. Furthei
was expressed throug
by the association's
ment. Religious stu
short Bible courses a
ings at which vocat
given.
Brumm tar Give Comr
Prof. John L. Brun
nalism department of
will give two Com
dresses this year befo
high schools Ain Ga
June 21 he will giv(
the Froebel high sch
22 will speak before I
school.

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