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TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1.925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TTT, E

SUMMER SPEA~KIN 1G'
Fr M Organ ize 1"oireen ii'lsses; Trwo
On11FataultyI
ADD SPECIAL PROCGRAM A
Public 'speaking, including delbate,
play production, Shakespearean reid-
ing, recitals and interpretive reading,
will be offered in the Summer session
>t jis Year, Fourteen classes will lbe
(organlzedl in this department uinder
the stipervision of five men of thelre
sent f.University staff, and two others:
Prof. D. E. Watkinjs of the TUiversity
of California, and Prof. It. C. Hui nter'
of Ohio Wesleyan university.
The two visiting professors Wl
]ave classes in extemipore speakting
and interpretive reading, to be Itaught.
by Professor Watkins; and classes
in "Principles of Expression'' andi
"School and Community D~ramatics,"'
taught by Professor Hunter.' (lasses
wvill also be organized in "The Sipeak-
ing Voice," "Shakespearean Reading,''
"Dfebasing," "Recent American Speech-
Cs""Public Instruction aid Activity
in the High Schoeols," "The Lecitare -,
Recital," "Selection of Plays," "One l
%~ct Plays," "Production of ILonger
Plaiys,'' and in graduate st udies7. ill
<,('ition to thle two visiting p~rofess-
mriemibers; of the University s aft' .

In Prosect
1 ''-P)fu . s
Credo
f Ij~ca3'~aqu Iiou ~e~ : 1h)xotYo think theI
firtt two year's of collegewor 0k should
be l(ft to s;cvond Vz' school.,,, ity and
N (I ~~~Jtnis} ile.0,-nsllltiee in *, the uni-
;, 1 versi t iE:;CT' ore a n c Inced courses?
1 i~i 1svl i the campus.
rt l~r'a;' v'.,E'w.' n Louiis Frese, '28,-1
* Yea, for the average, higth school' stu-
(lit is not 1pri paitmi, to enter the U7ni-
versitv andl tako u11 advanced work.
Tb(n change is too great. This might
s' ;lhe eliliinfatedl if he attended asmiall1
cellor' ih .11 in this way givinlg the
y IIl~Uivrs ity time and monley for smore
Se >'z(1 V Ztnied work. j'
s ,I I,;olanadil FalEocn, '27,---"'I think that
t he fir tt.Iwo) Years should b)e left toj
ux i~~ecoldsr<y (d'hCOOs, because 78an insiti-
ttion ot higher le arning should only
teach a danic ed C )nt'5C.''
L. A. dratrri ,'2Ed,-"1 believe thatI
the Univcr.7ities should be freed of as
T ;,H IA 5 oilecof ointer- Illii((hi (lelttai y work as possible, so
that they will be able to devote more
calii';e a i 1 ~ 1t jtof LIS~u- tithe to re;search w«ork.''
'al'I~,.slki ted ((to scc nd I )a vidlISarah A. Jrone, '28,-' Yes, sulch a

NeeDd For Ph,',nri, out that p~ractically all schools oif
i + ph arm acy are now cita uging front the
Iu s t r u ction Not Itwo to the three year curricula, withi
* ., ___the result. that fih~ities must lie en-r
MJet, Ka~usS AF Y S1 larged at. least 50 p)('t('Pit and thtati
---- 1 most of the gradIuates from schools t
"So great is the demand for teach- of p'harmacy are now going into pro-
ers of 'phtarmnacy in colleges and uni-1 fessional work.
versities that the dem and can hardly To illustrate the need for instruct- h e , e n F .K a s o h o -io s e n K a s p i t d t ie w r sIc
loge of Phtarmacy said yesterdiay. of Miss lade M. Cooper, secretary of !
As his reasons for the great dearthI the Arnerican conflerentce of Pharma- t
of instructors, Dean Kraus pointed ceutical Faculties. She says that theret

is " n insu fficient proportion of those
studyiTng pharmacy going into teach-I
tag.L. Numerous requests have come to
mte for instructors in pharmacy, but
in only a few eases have I been ableI
to meet these requests.
"Rt is apparent that colleges are
n1(t tunrning out a sufficient number;
of peotle with Bachelor of Science
deg-reet o supply the demand for la-
bora.ery workers antd teachers. TheI
demand for teachers comes in about
the following order: phtarmacy, phar-

miacology, pharniacognos%.an ma-
te'ri medica, with phar~iuse: i ,
advance of any of the o} :l t
Born eb. 2.-Pope 1 .,?s ill hol
a '~~~orv, as is cusolarbfr
i . .e.Kni ngof the vtxu estt-
ic - ,-nanonizationunxtm-1- ~
Aorii~but' is not expected. to crcat"
any new cardinals.

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l~Ilr a; t' ({'t >,;11s' Ci1mili:o,:ier
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vho will teach are: Professors L. MV.
Fichr and Scott, 'and Mr. E. E. Fleiscixr-
man, Mr. Lionel G. Crocker and Nlr.
Aside from classes, an ext ensivye!
program of plays, lectures, recitals,
and entertainments will be givent un-

JI t _1 J 1 ~~' i I i .'(,X idl IIlI' pJ"'Og'al).
FORIG~STUDENTS PLINO

der the supervision of Ite iilic I LU1 4WI fHIM U II rflII
~ipeaking department of the Surimuer ! - --_
session. The first of the eight 5la> Ai era I;,,; of' the ('o. molmoliian cliue
Kcial programs which are plantnedl will w od j~r.lucr-nStra
ho ,eI recital by the class in Slictkes-;
Sp(?arc an l'eading, presented oni thea t rK ' C(;icn (Ia inn t, for the pur'-
eeig of July 20 under (lhe dir'e- r pose (1 iof I tlie111iners, and
~ticn of Professor H uter, to ,(',t ra idll elies who wvish to
A secontd pr'ogrami, the suibjet oC fIc,'in liiac ivil xca of 1lie society.
which will be announced later, will 7 ileu cyce, 125-1C~, is in charge
be presented on the afternoon of Jly ol the ?oai l'lan enits for the luncheon.
24, by Professor Watkins. Anria sttlentde siring to attend should
One-act plays will be presentedl oit notify ls<-i'1,t Lane hall before Fri-
the evenintg of July 31 as thte third flay and a place will lbe reserved.

idla would ('limnate those classes of
I persois Whch are not really interest-
ed in' ittellectunal advancerment. There
w~ouId lie a, marked advance in the
I'o'iar ac terx of the work d cone in the
I lnivi verit icr;."
Ca'aV rice, '2(i, -"'Junior colleges
a ee the logical s oluition of the present
(',i'OWviiflg cI the Universities with stui-
(lents wbo( have no real interest in
their work. Advanceed courses should
occu~py a1 greater portion of the time j
l of a university stuident."
j I .aying of brick on the power plant
lean-to0,, which wilpIrovide shelterfo
the new switchiboard, has been started !
and I, being carried forward rapidly.
Ie e i switchbioard( is the gift of
'i'lex Dlow, president of thte Detroit
?Pek-ini, 1Wb. 25.- --suan Tung, the
Yi:11w'l~, promtinent chemist and writer
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