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ISUNDAY, JANUARY 11, D125

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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INSUMMERISCHODLI
Nialwr of Siihjects Offered .larks
In Session
EXCURSIONS ARRANG;EDa
Following out the programi of ex-
Ia~di~of at the University, theI5 25i
sunler session has becen enl42aig l,
and the greatest nlumbier' of courses
ever presented at any summer session
of the institution will be offered. Five
hundred and forty courses, it is ex-
peCted will be offered in the various
schools and colleges, which marks
an increase of 49 courses over the
number given at the last session, ac-
cording to the aiinounflenient made by
Dean Edward H-. Kraus.
Courses for the first tume will hei

Sets Record For
iloldin ffic

T' ETL IO~ S New Cement M ay Perm it Use MJ\adison, sTan. 10.-Kay Ive- West Pont, N. 'f., Jn. t.-JohnI, P-
Y ~~SOnI, fa ty satingn artist and frmier (Vas) Lobert has been rapponto
()~assistant winerspr director at the head coach of the Army's basell
fI1 FOR M g l{[ f Roads Da A fter Pouring University of Minesota, has signed to squad far this season, it was anu~.
_____ coach the hockey team of the Univr- ;cel today. Lobert, who has heen at-
ally of Wisonsin. Iverson is a broth- ing s head coach of the Army h'se-
1 'on ring; coietrea Pd (s oliodaynd to") Ii no or (e1 nnt Ise en the at.a Cdr of Emil Iverson, hocky aindlcross he' nine since 198,NIl repcixt bre
AIei'a tdn r 'ltiutrui=;over temth, ext ( may C.5.I unt cach at innestaffr duty next mon1t.
ridineg thent the Wof he Diiloans.-
C') IleI etiseoth )itl t- mordinary ('ilele i i.Iiigei IThe samllples arele wnmoloi jute-_________________
(1ent, alli interna Iiola I journl for st a f xeimet o lei1;~~r ~t 1 AU' mii lnI cakC'S and 1Pi1, .in a HAEpOUSRSRI.IYT foryu
eaon idrier, where heyw are t coin 1I . I D)SrICI~ E? Pay fryorSubsc iption today.
deant;of(lentLitr. N. 13wi t Sm i~nithIi,(110(1 n, aed iin dr tat g w: uier, by h(te ihe ael le ai
'213), is the witer o 40anarl Pile en -inca V hi hera in'ry or the I 'iveril Yby . . rfld i-
t t l e d " H o w D o Y o u S tu d y ? " , n l 'f nsi e e r l . n 1 4 : c r ~ e d l e , w h i c h ( i a o a t i cA l l I . Ey ,".__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _t" "
w;l~ ( R i .'e Is~. 3e 1 >irIihic h be te^l Ii; that lyit a i ('41 di- : 11I i $ ia)el a t ory is now ai iettp t;g to4 :1 U i 0 1 d PdtLA~ hi ST TI M ES
teilneedle no l mgrnctrat es tie Pat;
tion is-one o ose thing^,i tial.pro- ltc'ii at( h ee~thsh de~. I l cq.Nights, apetto $.5
theieapois e ehin I tisability of the new iraid-hrardeni i~ig aie le n esta
dsoeto proper stuidy.''t . 11 O ia1nal Eg iiake alaciein Ies( than lit
Smith gives the following ri'e,4 to which1 is said to ardei ill 7t ]lurs 'v'l or melre thban tenl hors,, the c- DEROITDietfo 3thSrt
+ Intlilf,~men is h~low tandard. If the pats 'heteN w o
aii in studyl; i irst, frni a lie bt of The ezrlnmen ts are beig u1~ri 0 1 Thate Nw o
c . mr le aout the eges, tic cemen
time and place of study; second, ledi incijinet ion wAith the I nit ed Tit-
,...._ States buzreau lof v)iubhic ro:ds5vwhdich is t a thehadnss tt. 8 ii A ( IN I AiIII3IRE

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offered in the School of Business Ad-
ministration and in the Ujniversity
high school. Students who are taking
business adminlistration will be givenj
an op~portunity to, regularize tawe-i-
selves in their work, for niany lnire
taken courses in the economics de-
partment before the business adiin-
istration school was established, and
' therefore must regularize their work
--in ordler to follow the curricula now,
prescribed.
-Observation and dem onst Pa ll 1
' courses in the Universit~y high ,school
will be given for the first time in the;
p summer session under t he direct i al'o
time regular staff. h-eretoforc, I I
courses which were otteredi in I lie
'cd u c a tio n s c h o o l a p p e a lle d o n ly to a dit a o s b t w t h i a u u ''
t. tion of these new courses it is expect-
ed that teachers will be a it rac[t o
the summier school, as wellJ!as ra
a;a cipa Is and superintendents,
For the second time the Univeor;ity
.' asI been designated as one, of tlhe
four unil~versities~ in the count a", by
tlhe United States p)ublic health do0-
4 partmrent to offer courses in publili
health and hygiene.
Courses in library methods, in ath-
lctic coaching and methods, work at
the biological andl engineering'emo
}h at Douglais lake, and courses,, at the
geological aim gographue 1 i a I icn
inKentucky are given 'ennly d(hiz in ghe
14 siner school.
A -wceia 1 program mof abi!,u"I"Dz nun;-
Q Iers ha s been a)rranged for i' t (ents
" a ltemling the sumnnier ses lion w~dhi I
G :iji include lectures, reec als, eon-
certs, excuirsions, plays by scnie tv( ,l-
I.iInown company of player:; ar well Vii
plays by the students in thle play I io
d (uction courses.
Underci the dlirectionI of one of the
professors in the geology' dle;artmnenxz.

j 1 Joh a 11. Tm-a in Inil (above) set a l ewv
r. col (I \xboti h le took office as givem'n-
or, of (Connecticut aftecr serving as lieul-
teiiant govern or only one day. The
( fi)J::ii- i0', le m Iillghani, resignied
ia~v-iatlyaftfer hw;Is ialguvmetinto
1 o, 'nit^,l 1ed Staites ,,senator.
Slm'ngllai, Jan. I (..-- SixJtiaas ,
two P~ol es anid a Itis Sian wolliian IIIY
boten axr''s (etl in collncttion w;it ii thie
"CeIZire of ill anly colite r et Amierican

* pre lesonori'C'icV 3~i C~l is making simimlar ' xpCI'iiert s, x1,1(
notes on the evening of the same claywihwoetrrsusalebinc;-I
they were given; third, have a piul-1
related.I
pose; fourth, Outline thlle work to h, oe Iae cleni
covered at a sittling; "and, fifth, con-'P, i tm A ;
<at NorthiamptoenP. ytl l-:
centr ato.
WilredA. ioi-hnnas,'27. i tE Port hamIt Cement tcompan -, and is Puil
Wilfed . Burbonai, '17Dis he slightly more extiensi ye I hanlordinarv,
author ot an article ent itied( the 'New P'o't tn (1 ecuent , which t a kr's t Pre
A~~~~~~~~~~~ gow etaISAigiY' 'hi~ i Ixeek:,,to halrden for tr'affic. The Qc
tells I hat(delt istr'y b(5as ivanmceditol
periments are expected to Elt~r ii.,
a professional stage on a par with 'whether tire nemr eomin atjia
medicine, and explains the need for a ;durable in every way a;tllae l eie
six-year curse. j material. The Ilaboratory OCociasre
corresponding with nartics Iu in :'o
Iwhere the material lias been tis eiliq'-
a A L ItITE1NITIE 1ccssfully for several years . 1. Se -
' journe, an otficial of one of the le tding
I group pit~ui'es 'oi' the Mvichi- French railroads sa vs they have found
ganiens. mi should he taken fin- I it to resist the minerals, which affect
n11e it ely. February first is the concrete in underground work.
final (ate for havin; thliem ini..1 Numerous tests arie being given in
Blanks for chapter membership j the laborator'y in testing the fitness of
Toll1 arie being sent: out and a P Iortland cement of stat h;'ighwa y de-
shoui d be retturnzed soon afterI' partment use, one of which is for fine -
1 C ",beg I' i Big of thele (xt :ninesiCI'lneSS. If mor'e t ban 22 percent, of I lie
.t<er . 1 cement vasses throng]h a sieve ha ~ving;
- '2(0nieshies to) the square iuehi it isa

li' the .,anmples Used for tI noe tests k)fit(' o ia hiiniaitain's iBrI'iauitNew Comedy
c'Y'.Ji ii cefore the ear leave-, the t -o
M x;'n-N 4a nr .t r o i s" , 0. , 1 11 1 . s r t 3,",IQbLe r u
1P he samples, leavinm the far t erlb ~'T'~d e
t<'1I<' "over a period of '~d"'
1"~ Jeh12'
-'i'"'t'a E 7 ,net +for hm'fi' ll; 'f ~t'iI ;fl;;
anr II delvi'vwar nimilug t,:id ii ire t'c N,
o 3lv e1;lImtS;, where'( tra~ffic is e7 ('eilii c
all v 'av,"The atMeel to bhe tested l sz
twiste lad ent in all directions withi
Ei ppa'ratuls calculated t ietebo -sIn as Nci PI y by Dr. Haw t gve t^te'c'7.tr
in~ p)oinit in units Of meaisuremen8Tt '1 aoils~ w~h f ~f
lowing easy comparison of the mnarte - KLiVISU Y f
rio ls tested. dei a ' aIu.t '' i U ' U
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excursions wvillI be made to Niagma -
Falls and Put -ln-I ay where st ude('nI
waill be ;givein .nopplortinity- to studyI
some of the best geologicalmaera
Mr. C;arleton C. Wells of th e rhto rics
dop artument will have charge of ex-
cursion; to large industrial, eduea--
tional and ci vie; institut ions in lDetroit,
and an .OXC ursion to the state prison
and the Consumers' power Iant in
Jackson.
The courses which ire eingEof(-'Vgd
in time sulmlnier ;sessionl Evill bti given
under the direction of some of th ie hot
professors en the limiverity of tlfichm-
igan staff, in a ddit~on to sef r rr
promfinent 'professors fhomnunwr-
Rlies an'l 001lleges throuighoult'-''
country, according to IDeani Kas
Imle object of the summiner se: son
re lo tdnst cmlt !.i gular wNork in a shortertie A stu--
Went: in the literary college may grad- -
mite in thr'ee years by attendhing three
sum~mer sessions. In addition it al-
lows studenits to make up deficienciesI
in their woerk and to regularize their
curricula

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F r~,L ong Island 77o oiae C4

iN AN 11II.U I F LUXURIOUS ROMANCE,

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STUDENT FELLOWiSHJP
WILL H1AM90ONR
tf~v vMar inIfall, Alecm ho
l ii.sionai'y to JIapan, will a rid r''ss I K'
C'ongregat ion al St udet tel lows hip Jia
G:30) ('clock ill the(1prlom's of tI
churci-h on "'Motion ictur~es in J1a i'
pan." During the last five ye~ta 'si;-
eremnd h all has t:'a tiled L aout Janan.
shcowilig Inoliotiipic ti-es to theJap-
ran: e i d1 in this way lie has gained
the r'eputation of the ",motion lpietlr"
missionary."
A Japanese5 programin amd suppor its
planned for' thle social hor ;;tar gd
6: 39 o'clock.
Rockwell Seeks
Fame As Soloist
"''"RockwellI Univrsity oh \1i Ii)-
gan /quarterback, will featunrca,
"'t'own and C7owiin'' sei't,''e of tOleAl-
Wiou Colleg:, church ton ighmt; as <a,
vocal soloist with the Jackson ('011-
iii nity chorus. Dr. Hlg Konne dy,'
of Detroit, will give the addr : -
The New Yor'k chapter of Alumnna '
are resuming active wor-k for tlhe eel S -
paign. Miss Jean ,1am Iiion lluiZi-a
thlem dimrling the Chi'istnm as va cal ion.
Perlin, .Jan. ait).----b~ookseller's rort[
that the German reading puiblic sel--
ects primarily fiction, with books on
gravel as close second.

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eSandra" as One oman 1yDy And
An Entirely Different Woman By Nigh;'!
nmoie goritmsl imlJ~h~ilg, momP witha handsome Bert ILytell ani a
w~ond(er-cast, "Sandra4" offers tlut
aariitnitl 0111, perhps, ti aI alaY which is certaini to Jbe inastntly
role she has Iacretoforpoi mrli'ayct. cisseflI a suipreme nt'eertaaiiiialt'.
11.. t ihic er 'Iseunts
"THE SQUARE SEX"9
(W'ithi SIta Cst of 1"unmakcrs)
TOPCS NES -.. 4R4IEST1RA
PRICES
_ , -~ Balconay, v3:e
A uditorimil, 49vt
Children, 1I)e
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