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May 19, 1926 - Image 3

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'WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 192G

THFE MICHIGANfDAIL'Y

SMESESO TO OPEN ..JUNE 151

-n-Resident Lecturers Fromi
Parts Of Country To Gve
Instruction

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550 COURSES OFFERED 3
Classes of the 33rd ,annual Summer
;ssion of the University will open
mne 15 in the Law School and June
lin the other colleges and schools,
af~ted Dean Edwardl11. Kraus of the
;gunmmer session yesterday. The fac-
lty roll has also been entirely con-
pleted and its personnel will be se-
cred from all parts of the country
Courses will be offered by all de-
;. artments of the University, mnanyj
lion-resident lecturers coming from
a+ parts of the country to give in-
' struction. Of the 550 courses to be,
~given during the session, 390 will be
in the College of Literature, Science,
aind the Arts, 68 in the College of En-
gineering and Architecture, 12 in the
Law School, 69 in the School of Edu-
cation, 14 in the School of Business
~Administration, -and 9 in library meth-
iods and practice.
Among non-resident faculty will be]
~ Dr. Alfred Cyril Ewing, professor of
~ philosophy at Oxford university; Mer-
j on L. Ferson, dean of the lawe school
tf the University of North Carolina;
, rank M. Anderson, historian, of
'lDartmiouth college; Dr. Augustus W.
jHayes, of the sociology department ofI
,, owa State college; and Ray K.
j mmel, dean of the school of speech at
a the University of Southern Californa
..nd formerly of the University public
,s~peaking department.
t nollment is increasing rapidly,
Dean Kraus reported, for the various3
~courses to be given during the Sum-
alner session.
~'Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

AT THE THEATERS
Arcade- "Mle. Modiste,," with
Corinne Griffith and Norman
Kerry.
Majestic--"That's My Baby," with
Douglas MacLean.
Wuerth-"Sandy,"" with Madge
Bellamy and Harrison Ford.
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Grand
Duchess and the Waiter," by
Garrick Stock company, with
Ann Harding and Rollo Pct-
ers.
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"The Student Prince in Ileid-
elberg."
Bonstello~ Playhouse (Detroit) -
"'Lord and Lady :Algy," with
William Faversham.

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The Brewer, the Prince and the Girl
Will Fairly Convulse Vou!
A riotous farce of unusual beaiuty anid splendor, with mirth-provoking
scenes. You'll agree it's funnier thani the play -of a few years back.
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