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PAGE TWOTUSAYMA7,12

THEI MICIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925,

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LAW SCHOOL PLANS,
SU1MMERSCHEDULE'
Two First Year and Ten Second Year
Courses Will Be Included
On Progrm
WORK BEGINS JUNE 16

rC.!niv rsiy 1' om n Iand one from South Africa. Tfhe
" committee has characterized Dr.
G v n Aar Fo Chamberlain's worm as standing outt
, tI )rc inently n in Ihe Celdl ml dIn 1in'
According to a recent announce-i, The subject of the the!;i:s is "T1'1e
ment of the Association to aid scien-'FI~e P-tr ucti rc( of (Certaini X-rayv Ab-
tific research by women, Dr. lKather- jsorinI 10Edge.' 1' 1Ot of l[ helazIera-
inc Chamberlain, grad., has won the tory woi k on the th11",is WaS (0c~a rie d
Ellen Richlards prize of $1000 for the 01on inith lrlysic,3 laI <rat~roi01the
best thesis' by a woman on a scieo-n- i ver;sit y UP &lerthe liretion' ofl)1'.
tific subject. The thesis must emi- «a A. Linldsey, of the;h-yriesl P(r
body new observations and new con-' vari iiei. If 1r. (h' II ;1erlilliii 10 nds '
elus ions hased on indepnden t 1 hor- 0 carry oi1 1 er itiest zgatIiton.; h i A nii

BIBLOICLFRATERNITY
TAKES 15 NEW MEMBERS
11i ima., honorary biological fra-
tniy, initiated fifteen students last
nighit at the Union. Prof. Harley H.
!~ ftrt let I, ofth le botany department,
g~ e th e principal address.
Thie following were initiated: Philip
I). Amiadon, '26M. Jack P. Beukema,
'2DI, IC'lward Dl. Crabb, grad., Philipp,
A. )eGraff, grad., Frederick 1R. Harp-
er, '261W, A. A. 1-asel, '26, Ralph S.
King, grad.. Paul W. Kniskern '27M,
P. 11. Laiimet, Paul A. Moody grad.,
'Ylecdore C. Sclineirla, grad., Wil-
iari .1. Stahl, grad., andl Burton D.
'Ti imO, gradl.
Beurlin, May 6. -- Von Hlindenburg
is oxnected here Monday afternoon
for iii-,Hiuratlion the following day.

Pardon Attends University To Get , at twVcoraMmoilMuem
.Purdue 1 iefing, Canadian Rockies'! rOThe lva n plants will be sent', j
Plant 'Collection I tl -university garden as collected
E." C. Pardon, snperi~nIendleut of and will be propagated here. It is
the buildings and grounds depart-1I hoped that many specim~ens of the,
ment, this week is attending a con-I Arrangements have been made by Canadian salix, a p~lanit of the genuc
vention of buildings and grounds sn-1 which the University Botanical Gar- ,of the willows, will be obtained, as
P3erintendents and manager's from denis will 4 receive the living plants this formi nee(lIs botaniical iuvesti-
universities throughout the middle collected on a field expedition igation.
wvest which is being beld a t Purdue I
university, Lafayette, Inc. lie wil:T~bn I iog h aaia ok on a 6- ai esg
return to the city late in the week. 1twins. The expedition, which will has been received' from Capt. George
, - proceed1 fi om the international boun- H I. Wilkins, the explorer, about whlose

Two courses for first year men, and-------------
atory research and must
ten second and third year subjects been offered as a doctor's
will be offered in the Law school dur- though the award has b
ing the Summer session. fourteen times, it has on'
Contracts and pleading are the first six, as the committee ri
year courses offered, while second right to withhold the a
and thlrd year studhies include: con- work of sufficient meriti
Ilijct of laws, evidlence, mortgages, Dr. Chamberlain's t
m~unicipal corporation:,, partnership, chosen the best of the 18
property future interests, property submitted, eight of which
rights in land, property wills and ad- leian, seven English, two
ministration, public utilities, and
trusts. .
On the Law school faculty this
summer will be Prof. George P. Cos-1 EXO URSI
tigan, Jr., of the School of Jurisprud-I
ence, University of, California, and I
Homer B. Dibbell, associate justie
of the Minnesota Supreme court, in To
addition to Professors V. 1-4. Lane, E. Scotland............ ?
C. Goddard, J. 1ii. Drake, 1.1t. Sun- England............
derland, J. Ty. Waite, E. N. Durfee, France .............
Burke Shartel, 1I. 1+. Goodrich, E. B. Holland.........(
Stason of the Michigan Law school. Belgium .............1l(
Work in the Law school will be-(enin......
gin June 16 and, will continue to Hollanid......
Aug. 27, the session being~ divided
into two periods of fiv weeks eac. Ceveland....... ,.... .
Study is planned so as to offer in suc- Buffao........
cessive summers most of the ,pre- 4.acklnae Is. ..........
scribed courses of the first two years Sea..................
in law. VItougliton .............
A maximum of 15 recitation pouf~s Duluth...............
with 10 credit hours wil be permitted Chiceago.......
students taking first year subjects ex-
clusively, while those takinig second Any Line, Ship, Crul
or third year subjects either excius- 1 st, end Ci~j. in or 31
ively or in part, may elect a maxi-
hours for the ten weeks.I

tnot have iArbOr (luring he u010r
sthesis. Al- - ------
benu offered(I enloa, May 6.--wNE \r:-_" el h; r;. , l
ly b~een wvon veon Trotzk , 1oinri' 1 t: n war11
eserves the niltY abuh l9i " 'i
awrd1fnoitle at. Sanl Remo wlhero lvi t, :i

Buenos Aires, May G.-An order of
the national railroad1 board i-equires E
all Argentine railway (olniJanie s to!
install beating apparat us i haseng_
er trains within two months.}

Dr. M. 0. Malte, Dominion Botanist anxiety.

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