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SUNDAY,

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STARTING- TODAY

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barge Delegation 'Illi Spend Sumimer
'Working In Factories Of
Detr'oit
R~EGISTRATION IS .OPEN
Michigan students desiring to join I
the Industriad Research student group1
in Detroit this summer have all next
week to confer with local committeeI
members relative to the work. Ar-
rangements have been made by Arn-
old Andersen, ,'27, 'chairman of the
Industrial Research committee. of the
Stulent Christian association, to have
those' interested interviewed any aft-
ernoon next week, from 2 to 5 o'clpclk,
at Lane OalI.
A large delegation from Michigan'
is expected to take part in this sum-
mier work in Detroit's industrial
plants. Other colleges of the Couin-
try are sending students to do this
work. Meetings of the students will
be held each week throughout the
summer at the Detroit Y. M. C. A. at
which reports of the week's work willI
be brought out. Prominent Detroit
employers have also been secured toI
address these gatherings.
Earlh am college, Riichmon d, In(.,
will offer three hours credit to each
student satisfactorily meeting the re-,
quirements of the, work. Prof. Honierj
L. Morris of 'Eariham college, whof
will lead the group, said that students
inl other colleges and universities mnay
have their credits tranferred to' their
respective schools.

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