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1927

THE _MICHIGAN DAILY

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Z".UMMER EDUCATION
.ix Dilvisions Announced' In Bulletin
Appearing lintCatalogue ,Of
*,'ehoiao'IOf Education
ADDITIONS ARE MADE
Courses in the School of, Educa,-
htion for the Summer session, which
{ for that school- will extend from JuneI
*27 to Aug. 19, have been divided into
~ six classifications: the history, andi
4,principles of education, educational
°, adiiinistration and supervision, edu-
s rational psychology, mental measure-
pients, and statistics, the teaching
04X special subjects, vocational edu-
cation and vocational guidance, and
k athletic coaching and administration,
~it is announced in the bulletin of that
school which appears in the general
;; fatalogue of the 1927 Summer ses-
'fkion. In all, there will be more than
~74 courses offered.
SAdditional-work is being given this
rummer in practically all of the de-
~parttients of the School of Education,
according to ofllcials of the Summer
s~ession, in order to meet the needs
got both students and educators who
a ttendI the University during this per-
f0odc. Among the new courses is one
dnthe development and 'organization
,of junior colleges, and, one in the
'development and organization of uni-
*jerslties, making it possible to deal
Avith the administration" of student
,Personnel, recordsi, student guidance,
f*and the problems of evaluating the
iarious units of liberal and profes-
sional training. .
Enlargement of the school in all
,1its phases has been necessary, it
48 claimed, because of the increasing
xrollment and the fact that a large
tayrt of the total enrollment of the
pminer session is composed of th'ose
gaged in the teaching profession.
At the time the school was organized,
1921, there were 83 undergraduate
gtudents lit the School of Education.
',",Twenty three professors will com-
Prise the faculty of the School for
the summer. Carter V. Wood, Miami
"iversity, G. E. Carrothers, dean of
Rollins college, Lewis W. Smith, su-
,erintendent of Joliet township high
hilool and junior college. Morris R.
]'yworth, superintendent of; schools,
amtramck, Mich., Milo H. Stuart,
pincipal of Arsenal Technical high
shool, Indianapolis, Indl., Marvin S.
ittman, director of ,rural education
ktMichigan 'State Normal 0ollege,
arry J. Baker, clinical psychologist
if the Detroit public schools,. Paul1
Rankin, assistant director in
0rge of research of Detroit ,pub-
lcschools, Thomas L. Bayne, Jr.,
trnell university,, and Clay D. Slin-
?r from the Des Moines public
hools will be non-resident }members
of the fatulty.

Tlest Flyer Plans
Distance Trip In j
3t Avian Light Plane!
Ber Hikle
Testpilt, wo hs plnne a figh
from'I~nlan to ustrlia by sei
low-poweermahine
ThismEgar'ndtionstalsioariegs
wlln. behel aye 10landeMay.ed24,ton
thoe stpsoft eisLsibaryo builng c
cdingesto plr ansiofthesniorsingl,
The-oermainofe. mnsn
frThsyeanigts.diThenalsenior sings
tre hteld in the Lsprirg ofieaihgya-
in coneation ith the sprnsband
concerts and are featured by the sing-
ing of the principal_ Michigan songs.
JOHNS HOPKINS.-Pres. Frank J.
Goodnow is an ardent supporter of
the proposed using of undergraduates
as athletic coaches.

PIEDO ARRIV ES The flyers will remain here until GRADING CHANGED
toorrow or Friday. ___
IN NEW ORLEANS Agntoti.:idade i
ON WORLD TOUR' hogentleti lgh frnd Haaid imI L AN _\GETL, IMarcel 0.-Gradecs
throghot hs flghtfrosfoaana l ppercl1assmeii in the nimd-terin
NE OLENS'arhl0-ie said, and his monop~lane purred offtreos at tihe University of Californiai
j E REAS aco 0A11d-7the 700 odd miles in 6 hours and 15;hv encagdIsedo sn
ern discoverer piloted his Santa Maria;mnts onrsigtotewhs fA abenchas oerlyInsedow an,
jsafely into port yesterday to receive mnts otatn oteweso ,P n ,a omry o nS
a greeting from fellow countrynien,! sailing, (depending on the vagaries of sig;nifying satisfactory, will be used.
instead of Indians, and to find thej shifting winds; that would have been The (,other lower grades will be r(,-
coxnforts of modern civilization in- . I lid y te original Santa Maria. tiid however.
steadl of a new world.f .-
Connander Francisco D hud
andi his cornpanions, rescued tonight'
after the trip from Havana, and the
Italian flyer's ship, the Santa Maria, 1
nanmedlafter his predees,=or, Colum- arn ) $50J to $80ex0c N4n~
bus', was being p~ut in readiness for'rt
the nsext lop of is four continent La st sumer zo-r average student salecanan £cir d
trip. $. 135 per hur.At this iaverage you could say
duiiiig Your ( ti
Itf you feel you are capable of selling our line to
' j our establishied trade, see Mr., Smith today at the
REG A L Drect I Michli an .I loin rin2eviw
University Service ! TIHE FULLER BRUSHCO.IY
from Coast to Coast

COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
When in the vicinity of State and Packard, will find the
PACKAR D RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place
to eat. Uinder new management, and everything else new.
703 PACK ARD
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an --n
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Swift's Drug Sore
340 S. State St.
The House That Laffs Built

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Come in and look over the
new Regal line of special
college models. They are
recognized as the standard
of style and value from
coast to coast.
The Shoe illustrated is the
Eli--an English B3rogue in
Genuine Imported Tan
Heather Grain. The single
hole perforations are a new
style Feature--also in
Black.
The new 'PESCO"' Fitting
Servic~e used exclusively.
MGAL
bHOES
On Display
BlILL &MERT"S
Thursdaay Afternoon

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Salesmen
WE WANT AT ONCE SEVERAL
YOUNG MEN WITH SALES EX-
PERIENCE TO SELL ELECTRIC
REFRIGERATION IN ANN ARBOR.
AN ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION
AND A GOOD FUTURE TO THE
RIGHT MAN.
APPLY IN PERSON ONLY

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Sur-r-re This Irish-Scotch
Comedy Stays All WeekI

Famous on the Stage for
More Than .Thirty Years!

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616 East Liberty St.

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While the Irihman cleared old lErin, and the
Vtotchinau swore by ]bonnie Scotland, their children
sinwl: "Love mae and the whole world is niinel"

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At Riders Pen Shop
They are going fast

P°ICTURE!

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FOR SPRING
With Only a Small Initial 'Investment
The eTen Pay
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AND OTHER GOOD MAKES

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News 1Locas "~t izt
Novelty-- lTable )l1anners" anud Review

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Suits for Spring are ready.

The new mnod els arid fabrics.

Poicy
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Children
25e

This is how plan permits you to pay.

ANOHE HAPPY DATE!
SUNDAY, APRIL 3
' ll!e (vin to Ltuiu ItFw i. and Furious at
T hi, s 1 terically Funny Ra irnsfathier Story!

$34 Suims
$40 Suits
$45 Suits
$50 Suits
$55 Suits

$10 when purchased-, $2.50 weekly
$10 when purchased, $3.00 weekly
$10 when purchased, $3.50 weekly
$10 when purchased, "$4.00 weekly
$10 when purchased, $4.50 weekly

t WARNBP BROS. praseit.
"AeBETTER'Of0IU
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