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P'AGED TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EIl 1)AY, A PRIT , .1927

MANYOlN WILL SIVOY! Latest Report By enat Committ~
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Traice Connection Of Sy'stezia
Middle Ages To 'Movement
Under Fascist Regimie,

TO PREPARE MONOGRAPH
Opportunity for travel and study ;ini
Italy through a fellowship of the So-I
cial Scence, Research council has
been granted to Leonard Manyon of
the history department, it was a-
zounced yesterday. The Italian guild
movement under the Fascist regime
will be the subject of Mr. Manyon'sG
studies.
One of the principal objects of his
study, according to Me. Manyon, will
be to trace some connection between
the Fascist guild movement and the
guild systems that flourished (uring
the middle ages. When the work isj
comipleted, Mr. Manyon, expects to
prepare a mfiogaph embodying the
result of his research.
M. iahyon expects to leave for
Italy at 'A'e end of the present se-
mnester. 'Mt of his ,research work
will probably be carried on at Flor-
ence, Mil u,, Rome, Ravenna and
Naples. '
The ne ' hoder of the fellowship
has already4 spent considerable tige
lit Italy. 6 e hs a personal acquaint-
ance with jany of the F"ascist leaders,
and expe#4",to receive aid from them
Ini carryiii' dn his studies.
Mr. Moapj attended Oxford uni-
versity, England, specializing in the
study of history. He graduated in
1,924, and came here the following
~emester, where he accepted a pos-
tion as instructor of English history.
The history of the medieval period
has occupied most of Mr. Manyon's
prevous studies. At present he is
engaged in writing a book dealing
with the medieval history of Europe.
DENSMORE TO GO
ON SPEAKING TRIP
G. E. Densmore of the public
speaking department will leave to-
morrow, for an, extensive speaking
tour of northern Michigan under thel
drecton of the Uiniversity Extension
department.
Mr. Densmore is in charge of the
igh, school debating league of the
Extension department and has been
making similar trips throughout the
state for numerous years.
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
Bonstelle Playhouse
One of the Most Spectacular Produc-
tions We have Presented
"FAUST"
With% Incidental Music From the
Opera by Gounod Startling
Lighting and Scenic Effects
SHUBERT= LAFAYETTE
"NEW YORK
EXCHANGE1
With Allison Skipworti, Sydney
Shields and New York Cast.
CARE TI4VATFR
Wayne At Lafayette Blvd.
Cadillac 1100
Prices: Nights $3.00 to $1.00
Matinees: Wed. and Sat. 2.00 to 5c
Trhe MESSRS. SHUIBERT Present
ELEANOR PAINTER
In "THE4 NIGHTINGALE"
GARRICK
A Hawaiian Love Story With Its
Native Musicians and Dancers
"ONE MAN'S WOTIMAN"'
A South Sea Love Tempest
Nights...............54c to $2.00
Wed. and Sat. Mats ..... 50c to $1.00
IALBERT GANSLEI

It is plannied tHatt a large number
of the faculties whlo wouldI teach the
students who were speci"Ilizinig will
be drawn from the member ;of the
faculties of the p::l e.;:3iod121'l u o
and colleges.;
Furtbxn'a itroductory () (-,; *"I~r"
also reconun n e d i i the ila i22;,; r,
portedI by the coflhiflttee(, mvi ! }ca
.comittees have A Ir(,dmly ' ap-
l)Oilted to 02)it n1 th' ta Ivi;°Ai; hv
Of providn.Ig' mtIl r]'.Cl=ct O2PYc~iursf Nin
the. phys icall SCien(&5, in2 the S ;trial
scienceA,' it,1th ariouo aita, in xrhy-
sical and mental Jtygiene, and also
a general orient ation courrse. It is
axpected that other esomrinitt~es will
be :appoi ted to study new types of
bodies.
To effectually selcct and place the
students, an examination would beC

g~i rfen at thae euli of tihe first month by
w hich estima(es clan be ade of their
Ii i~ngin t;,, element ary sub1jects.
An endeavor will also be made to dis-
cover t he st iideiit'.s various types of
ahil i y anid their fit ness for different
types of studly. Mfeans will bet provided
for the new students to finid out the
requiiremenits of the fields which they f
plan to enter.
Differentiation of the students will
take lplace at the end of the first year
and the superior type will be placed
in a special class, and a close rela-
l~ionshi]) will be attempted between
members of the faculty and the stv-
d'ents. At th~e enul of thve first two{
years of ;study a comprehensive examx-
inat ion will be given to all those stu-
dents" who nian1 to continue anti adniis-
sioni to one of the professional sclhooP .
1will be madeI on th e basis of this cx-
anninat ion.

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York, Newark, and Broolklyn. Stone ercvce is lin1ked with lass-
room instruct ion.
M. S. in Retailing is granted on the completioni of one year of
graduate work.
Three Graduaite Fellowships
F1i;e Scholarships
Service Flilowsluips
Summer School July 5 to august 12, 1927
Fall term opens S Splembler 15k
Ill ust ratedt booklet oil apptication. Y~or futher in format ion
write D~r. Norris A. 'Bri-sco, Director School of Re. tailing, Washinlg-
ton Square East, New York City.

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not only in the number of' instances that we talk
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