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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TJIURSDAY, APIIII, 71, l',1°i

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIIUflSDAY, APRIL4 7, 1927

FRENCH DEPARTMEiNT
PLANS WQRK SprisABdeg~ N~fRDl
ForminBasis %Of PltiNowis-Being
bcelised By 1Faclty
WILL. GIIVE FULL CREDI'T
Plans providing for one year's : u-
pervised undergraduate study abroad,
with full credit towards the Armer~ian
baccalaurate degree' are being (levis-
Ld y the French department. 13y
the plan, all students of French will
be given an opportunity to study in
France for a period of one year. The
p lan is now inl operation only ini
France, but it is hoped to extend it la-
ter to Spain, Italy, Germany, and
South American couutrlos.
The study year in Franca is divid-
ed into two periods, the first three
months being spent in intensive lang-
uage drill at, Nancy. The regular
session is spent in Paris, at the Uni-
~versito de Paris anid the Ecole ILibre
des Sciences Politiques, where a num-
ber of cour'ses for undergraduatcs
have been arranged. A system of
study similiar to the Oxford tutorial
system will be inaugerated. Along
with ther regular collegiate courses,
private lessons in composition and
diction are required throughout the
year.
"The Foreign, Study students will
live singly ini private families where
they will firutUjenselves in a really
French atmosphiere," Prof. Rene Tal-
omnon said. "There they will be com-
pelled to speak~ the language and thus
can learn of French home life. rThey
will also have the advantage of a
carefully a1'ranged program of 'ex-
tra-curriculum activities,' which in-
clude the' best French operas anid
plays, as wel as vacation excursions
to somne of t most interesting places
in France ants adjacent countries. In
general,;'the junior year is recomn-
mended as b~eing the most suitable
for the Amertican student."
ti# A rtising Exp r I
To,0 Give Talk Heref
Prof. C. N. Schmazof the School

,l ~IStORW", , ORK 3nn un e atwFr inianre p~dschool of architecture
P5 4}:Iand wo ycazrs ofaice experience, cnr
l~ U LS E Y Board Exainations1110s hooling and six years of officel
M icluga- R R O S le ti ns rotthESel urn(p ; itie folimving c a im ai s w ill be
Michigtnoutate ilem the of ielburne na-
pee's in the William L. Clements li- for1 the registrat ion 01of arhute('01, en- i1 l, acc :0 rilium to P ro X. C. T.71l1n-j
brairv lprepar1ed b~y P rof. Arthur L.yon1 gineccis, anid sur'veyo rs 0111' l)Vi1 *E'S the Os d,~ the en i neering college:1
Cross of the history departnment, have next examiination for- architeoct s to beTibr 'e1 concrete., and building"
b)en sent to the publishers. The roUyal givenI at. tale Iniverit y of Micigan-w, ct '1'0i00 roftrulsses, history of
foresi sa of E~ngland, the duities and fees I0on AIpril 14, 15, and 11'3. Apa~ ~ercb it ocl Pre, and a 12 hour sketch
of thoesheriffs, and thie smuggling ac- 1 Wanks andl full information nmay be ireobicm ini des' g n. The sketch pi'ob-
lJ1i! '.'-. (oI te I 8th c .n ry, waif be! obtained by writing to Itle ofilce of the lr xv ill be .jic[ edl by two juries, one
tile sbctOf the cornlelted volume, b oard, 1043 FBook building, "lh'i roit.l. cve ('°calipo: ed most~ly of faculty memi-
together with ai nit rodIuct ion of somue ;This examlinti on i ;open l y 0to)1'S r bo 10college of architecture,
length and criticali notes by Profesar *those wxho have had fois' ex xvwok wil theit w _-'In Detroit.
C ross aes'.rsar ar 'cwrnwn~rw~e n fl nPn,. es m aax~nra w~r aae
Thme cein plot ed voin nne will bei a ' -
membher oif the history and politicalrj
sc.ienlce group of Mlhe 1Univ rs;ity of
Vliloli ga n ser ies; of volumecs. 'These
lcosaw''1nlil ished by a0 utho Xity ofa r
tlic Ito.iu 5it, a:11 ii'?l Vi rbt 0 are F -
tlio ly, alItnottgh not eacu siriely,
of tsl he Ciii if'rsity. 1
Tfhe 1<; ilaicii lla ai13p013, olli cial
pill11 diheiof the serie:s,t will also
publish Profe isor Cross' voljilnm. The
comIpl~feed lbook will contain from 350 dQ1A1IJ TV - S 1RVICE
to 40 aUges and should be released(I ". w. ..-------^
early ill the alutil'r, Pmrofessor Ciross
AR'.CHITECTS WILL
CO P T U I G40c D.ily I_.urich1eon, 11----2 5 0c Daily Dinner, 5-8E
VCATION PERIOD jpec.al Chicken Dinner, unday
Competition fcr the George (a. BoothSd Sta Supr5---
traveling fellowship in archbitecture is Sna SSekSpe,5
open to; graduates an1( near gradua tes
of the architectural college who are
uninarried and whose 31st. birthday
comies after April 8, 1927, according to
a report fromt the office of Professor DELIVERY SERVICEl
Lor chi.
Competition will be held during thejI
period of April 8 to 1,8. Candidates
living in Michigan will. do their work
at the University, while those living 1204 cSouthi University Dial 8191
'outside the state must make suitable _
arrangements to do the work under
the supervision, of the architects by
whom they are employed.
VIRGINIA TO MAKAi"E
HONOR CODE TRIAL'
Influenced by the present day trend
toward honor systenis in institutions
of higher learning, junior andl senior
enginieers at West Virginia universityU
have voted to mlak~e a trial of the

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of B~usiness Administration, announc- honor system next semester. This
ed yesterday that R. F. Fiela, of the action conmes as a result of, an inves-
Campbell-Ewald" company, Detroit, tigation of honor systems in other
and son -of the late Eugene Field, schools made by the Engineering so-
poet, has been secured to speak be- ciety of time university.
fore students i advertising on Tues-_-
dvy, April 26, in room 206, Tappan IVM. George 0. Leonard, director of
biall.' the Media and Research company, De-
M4r. F'ield was responsible for the troit, will also speak. Anyone inter-
advertising campaign for the Kreider- ested in advertising or real estate is
Rotzel Realty company, of Youngs- invited to attend the lectures.
town,, Ohio, which won the Harvard
advertising award for 1926 and the INDIANA.--The cla.-s in play pro-
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who trade in women's names . . . and
who would be the first to fly to her proud
husband with the news .. if she re-
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