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THE MICHWIGAN DAILY

WEDNE~SDAY, JANUARY 12, 1927

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r"IsumMER SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT TO
BAVAILABLEATCOILEEOFFICES
RBeginning tomorrow, copies, of the, the professor, andi the hours of credit,
°LYI v! campus edition of the abridged an- is intended a~ a preliminary announce-
nouncement of the Summer session; ment of the work, and may be used
PEk sen :tnr As will be available at all of the regis- by those students who plan to continue
~rofssor hae; tration offiices of the various colleges 'their studies during the summer in
F~ r e of the University, according to the making their second semester elec-
-- announcement of Edward 11. 'raus, tions.
SU JC S dead of .the Summer session and dean It will be followed soon by are
daSU ECS of the College of Pharmacy., vised edition of 60,000 copies whih
Thi CCitiflwhih cntans enealwill be mailed to, all parts. of the4
eient from the inform~ation pertaining to the Sum- county, tte .earas
on division gives merC session and a summnarized, state -
vill be offered in: men ofd the courses offered, giving; GENEI±VA.-Switzerland and Frane
ies for the secondl the nimber and name of the course, have been= especially hit by influenza., j
1courses will be ; . *,

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F aterntiesmSororities.
We Offer for Your, Consideration :
A thirte -n room. brick house in. southeast.
sectio }, five blocks from campus. Sleep-
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lavatory ;. large living room ; vapor steam
heat. An, excellent; house for an organ-
nation.
Also other 4esirable. houses in the
southeast. section.
Let us talk. over your problems, with
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atccorinug to C. A. ihr assistaint
direci~t of the division, due to the
fact that both the University profe.s-
sors, conducting* the courses and the
pe rns attending, usually teachers, are
lessi' icuded with work during the
pr'E'Cent semefSter'.
The ls of courses that are prac-
tically assured, according to Mr.
Fisher, are as follows. historical geo-
0og , Prof. R. C. Ilussey, Flint; ele-
m..:ntary school curriculum, Prof.
Cliord Woody, Wyandotte; elouien-
: : ryv school curriculum, 1Prof. George
Fyte, Grand Rapids; educational so-
ciology, prof. Robert C. Angell, De-
troit; pub~lic health nursing, Prof.
IlararaBartlett, D)etroit; history of
aesthetics, Prof. 1). lI Parker, Detroit.
The othe:_Ir four courses to be offered
have not~f yet been (definitely decided;
upon) but the following are under con-
:fcration: political- science, James
K. Poilock, Battle Creek; teaching of
science, Prof. Francis D. Curtis, D~e-
trojt ; commnercial law, Prof. Earl S.
E oiavc r, Detroit; and a course in en-
g ineering by Prof. J. E. Emswiler,
I~etroit.
!,".tension cours6; for the secvond
nester 'ill b) gid4at the same time1
t, , the regular Univeristy courses.
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Dr. Byiion E. Biggs, assistant memi-
'ial director of. University hospital,
hs been appointed superintendent of
C urley hospital, Flint, to succeed Dr.
L:ouis Teffeau, accordling to an an-
,)incement today. Dr. Biggs has ac-
pid the position fo(r four months
~Ahsbeen given leav: e of absencel
-M ay 15. He will go immediately
p~e ositioll.
'LarN DON.-Prince George is the pos-
visr of his first automobile, a New
sersgift from his fathelr.
ROME.-Italian emigration. during
11926 decreased 40;,000 as compared
Wih1925.y
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Representative,
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at' HOTEL ALLENEL
Thursday, January 1 3th.

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