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May 17, 1925 - Image 3

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SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1925

TI-IL MICHIGAN DAILY

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ECONOMICS HONORS1
COURSE INSTITUT[ED!
f(iuniatee Now' Receiving Apieia--
t ions~ From Juni1 ors For Eniroll-
r unent Next YearI
REQUIRFIMENTS STATED
Answering a demand frequentlyC
made by interested students for a
ttr course allowing initiative and self di-
rection instead of exacting require- G
144 Ients of lecture and quiz attendance,
* and assigned work, the new inde-
pendent reading course has been in-
stituted in the economics department.
fr It is hoped by the committee inr
4' charge that ten or twelve juniors of 1
10 ~sufficient advancement capacity to -
ct carry on the work in their fields with
ability may be enrolled in' this "
course.
Applications for admission to the e
course are now beng received by the '
committee in charge, which consists w c^ /_
of Prof. Z. C. Dickinson, chairman, !,
t Prof. E. E. Day, Prof. I. L. Sharfman,
and Prof. C. L. Goodrich, all of the
4 - economics department. This commit-
tee will carefully consider all api
apli cants, paying 'particular attention to
,4, former scholastic records and to in- t
dividual indications of ability and in-
terest. -
x The group when organized will
probably meet every two weeks or so \
r ~for an informal discussion of the
A reading that has been 'done by the
e. members. There will be no requir
attendance at quiz sections, andl at-
tendance at economics 'lectures will
be entirely optional. The student may
choose any field of economics which K
interests him for his study and read-j
ft 7 ing. Occasionally he will submit pa-
;.pers covering the work that he has.
covered]. Six hours credit each se-)
mester will be given members of the/
This reading course differs from!
'the ordinary Honors course in that it
is not intended for students seeking
honors in the department. It is in-
tended rather for students of ability
who exhibit particular interest inI
Some field of economics. Previous ex-
tensive work in the ec onoics d
partment is not necessary for admis-
-sion.
ORATORLBOAROWILL
INSTALL HEADS TRESAY
Newly elected officers of the Ora-
torical board will be installed at a
l1uncheon to be beld at 12 o'clock next
Tuesday in the Uion. Both the pres-
ent members of the board and those
elected as their successors at the,
recent campus elections will be prs-_
ent at this luncheon. The officers to
be :'rfstlled 'are: William C. Dixon,
'2G, president; rank P. Weaver, '26,
vkce preient; Marguerite V. Dutton,
'2G, secretary; and Theodore 1-bn-
erger, '27, treasurer. I' ole
T 'NSUN PAYHENTS dig fllyI
Students 'who have lost re- In adcharini
ceipts for the 1925 'Ensian, or lf rae
who have not yet paid in full I yo ynec iy
for their "books, may obtain
new receipts or conclude their (lQcianfd will
payments by calling at the En- resuls. i
C sian office att the Press build- 1Ir''1'?
I iis between 2 anq 4 o'clock any n I
afterugon ths week, it was an- '1(I)11VERY
nou~ced yesterday by Frederick
M. Phelps, Jr., '26, who will be
in charge of distribution. ____
New rceipts will be issued-
to those Who have 'lost the untd
origlals. Those who fail to C
pay In full for their 'Ensians j
will be forced to wait until af- P
ter the regular distribution has 1.3(

been comtpleted to obtain books, .
as there will be no time in '
which to straighten irregular-
ities when thie (distribution at
the Library is in progress.
j SENIORS I
( Attention is called to the
( members of the senior classes
I f all colleges that their sub-
( scriptions to the Michigan
Alumnus have to be paid by
May 21. The class treasurers
I of the engineering and aci
arhi tectural classes will receive the
Ipayments from the members of {
(> their classes; all other classes .:"
(are to pay directly to the Ui
Uni versity treasurer.
"KEEP SMILINRG"
Just as long as we do. your
cleaning and pressing you
will have a smile on your
f ace.
Quick Service Good Work

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