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THUSDYFEl,:'U IARY 12, 1925

THE MICHIG-.AN DAILY

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Ai NOJJNC IJ , YE,
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Hffead's Relief

WenlagyChosen To HadBr,

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ONE COURSE IN .Al OJT
TFort y-O11Q co2:fl 505:i]imodern for--
eign Ilanguages willi1be offered in hle
1.925 Summer s S'Sion. (_Jf' lhis, uto-
1)01'76 courses \willI begiven inl I he
(Germanic lanlguages and literatures,
13 courses in French Ian g uage a'Ind
literatures, a (co1urse 10i elemetalI
SItalian, nine courses in Spanish Ian-
ruages andl lit erature..: and two course.;
W in Russian.
Courses which will be given in thle
Lerman depart mneW. wili incelude, be-;
sides the elementary courses, a course
in "Advanced Ger'man Composition
and Conversation," ley Prof. I. A. I lilhi-
S ner; "Advanced German Gruamar"
by Prot. T. J. (". I )ieh boil; " Ilistov
of the German Novelle in the Ntine-
1 eenth Century," by 'Prof. .. W. Sehoil;
"German Literature Since 1.895," lay
Prof. F. B. Wahr; "Old High Ger-
man," by Prof. T. J1. C. Diekhoff
"Gothic. Lectures onl Phonology and
Morphology and(11Ueadfing of the ("'w.-
Jaels," by Professor Dielchoff, and two
seminary courses iby Professor Ilill-
ner.

Dvision Of University Union':
! Succeeding D~r. Charles Mv. (layley, The first diretord of t he p: 2
'8, Prof. Robert M. Wenley has been ;1Dr. .I. V,7. ('unliifee, director ol ~m
;appointed director of the BritishC school of journiali.ts a( Clumlhia tini-
division o f the American Universityi veriuity, who was .'ollow ec by L'7_ Ceo.
y Un on for- 1925-26. The headquarters; i'. Mo Lean, lorner chancelor of 112:
o~ti ~ae fteUnion are lo- ;1s r thety of to (VJ.
Englan~i
c(atedl at 50) Russell Square, London,
The organization for which Profes- r~~
sor Wenley will act was organized1
during the :. for the puip)o:e of
nlediat ing hetween American ari
luronea a universities and college~is. C
t 'h 'I~ ng g d in b het iid l lu des arrangem ents for the exchange
of professors and studIents, standard-
r izing mattcrs of credit, and furthu ring f -Crt o
in every possible way closer intellec- I
, ..t..ol relations between colleges and
universiti es of the Lnited Starer alai Today 's qeion. <, m ha : \\ I a
.> tose f Eurotpe. Professor Wenley elo ns ci,
- ; ill be concernedl only wit Ii the divi-
... Y j ~sion in Great Britain, howixever. ,tbe r.a:ete ntuw i
sy ( ~~Prof. Charles B. Vilbbert, talso or thee 1th Course wva ; gi ;>.
r " '! 1,,Iilosopy departmient, was (director -
1 of the Patris btranch of the organiza-
t ion froiti 1917 to 1 920, which handles
_ I the affair, of the union on the Conti-
J 1 rI-h i0. Turrentine of Chicago !en.T D atHOUM E o
has bteen madle ch(,'li 1 ldiChl a(I vii:,d' Dr. Gayley, present incum b~ent of M ore than 450 courses in i-istoOw om 'a, R l f co mi s n th p st o w i h Pr e s r W n eyZ l g ,M d rnL gu e ,I
10Ari i)ia. ii.' is a so)ecialiist in eye j i appointedl, is the author of the Uni- are given by correspondence.
dI i"8( t~o~s . versiiy song, "The Yellow and the be applied on your college pro,
-- -°Blue." fle received the honorary LL. will be furnished on request.
ID. degree here in 1904, and was form- ( ft~ ii
erly head of the department of English 95 ELLIS HALL
[IS at the University of California. _______________

Where asked: On the campus. I sible, according to the instructor." alone. I am muich in favor of a plan-
'lime w< ics: Gertrude T1urner, Helen R. Sherman, '25,-"In choos- ned curriculum, which might allow
:15 sn 'c1t~um''nay our-"" lfor this ing a semester's courses, it doer not the student the privelege of choosing
tily itle c llyseem p)ossible that one could choose a course both for subject mnatter and
5 o;- any one of these three points instructor."

:ii, fJ T lie1:1>:1' leCo ra dil soimexvhat
0 5 1 i i : X ' i t g a i i , I t r i e d t o i
in-c~r 11,1tl i f . (111(1not onlyI
eii' 1) t tlime 1t a')!)Y Profession but,
I.'11 would also enjoy and1 from
;: i ( fwould lreceive peimanent
atirioi Jimso. 'h,- 'heSubject
Mohr ijifiunie me IIost as I am
mt-xsedcy epecially in courses along
t h- 1101' of English literature, and de-
sitdthose ctcur >e:1)whik-h pertained
to 11: t Subject."
t Iph \V I'i - lw' ,'gr d--Jln select-r
;r y('lli';3e I xwas inhinenced most-.
i ,> thf,' uhi(ct matter, being re-
y ', f t(c 12icthe11y fill to certai.n t1
1J(v~y0',I adniit.that the'
t .t c1' :and ibo tone ho1,d a greatE
S ih i t la 1 ti" ' , '25,-"rA fl,(, C
ii 11 ( v Se0., ,fir1C:'C 01 f
tar as, the ~subject ( t(P2C~l5'iP
i fi to i >r '22;'S:;, i po-- +y

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Have you even calbed for a Taxi and
had to wvain, and then wait longer?
You won't have to do this if you call
445. Have you ever looked at your
biAI and b.aen unpleasantly surprised?
You won't bec if you call 445 because
there is a flit rate of 35c per person.

r ETRA CREDITS
Cory, English, Mathematics, Chemistry,
Economics, Philosophy, Sociology, etc.,
Learn how the credit. they yield may
Cgm Catalog tdoscr ibing' courscs fully
'Mite today.
CiiCAC-O, ILLINOIS

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In adldit ion to thle element,
courses in the French (leIartlii(
courses xilibe given in. "Advan
Composition," by 11. A. Des Maria
"French Phonetics and Pron u n
tion," by J. 1Ii. Muyskens ; "Con I empl
ary France," by Priof. E. .J. Rovilla
"Vco uo"b rf.A .taf;"History of Ideas in France," by 1'
Rtovillain, andi a seminary in Fred.
literature by Professor Can field.
Advance courses in the Spanis>hc
partment will include a course
"Advanced Practical Spanish," by
W. Eddy; "Latin-American Life Lieaue"b rf ui e o
"The Don Quixote," by Prof. C.
Wagner, and "Spanish Ili 1st ori
Gxrammar and Introduction toC
Spanish Literature," by 11..otm+
Wagner.,
Two courses will be offered
Russian, a course in "17elenu
Russian," by Prof. Clarence Mfeai
and a course in "Rassami1 ,i1 c-:..
in English,", by PlrofesSor Mel+, r.
'T'irana, lFeb. 11--Thie 1new la
republican governme.t( asiv1:
vote of con 1/deuce.

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i lirom a list of alternate subjects,
d10 youils forti s semester 'extemporerO.A T 'Y.
;of (('llt('t chose the subject "Child Lab
1(11 or" upon which to prepare speeches 1 irainee 2SZ'c venin 35
frthe *:emm final contest t be held :
(I- Fecb. 20 in rooml 302, Mason hall. amn
ini Speches tot this preliminary contest°.'"sr
Nare to he based on some phase of the
roi(1 quest ion and are limited to a threwe:< ;s?::;:}}{ ::::::..
,o; nijnte discussion. AAnMN w WeOferY S neVkn
p All }students aire eligibile for this An I fe v lh
ii ecuntest, xithi the exception of first se *
lme acster frecshmecn. The winner of the N iewv in Screen .dterfainen~f-.~
,)0' seven ('lldrhtesa, xwho wil be chosen
to (competeC in the final contest on Feb .4 -::"W"'':,w ::;{; - -
will7 receive the official Oratorical :
asoaixon sealas anl acard.W. C1rth u r... er
lrl Dixon,''2, is directly in charge of the ,.:r" -
OI 't1ran n.
- ~'1 ecase ue 'Gr ad1rze Title S ory~ Upzf:, 2,5000,00' Tan's --.
1n I l ( sjlo1tl:-; in F anii is only aGho t-l . { 1h
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PICTSRIZATION of PunKLL
:'rduto -:,".:::contst stoy by th autho of 'M
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nd Moawlee~ ~nIC uvla ntno M rn
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