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TELLS DEMPS$Y Air Corps Squadron
ABOU LANINGShows War Strength',
, , Pl an s Prom :Maniy sedfiion~Mhulize
IF il.or Maneuvers
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COSMOPOLITAN OPENING TODAY

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SVECI 'Ai TO!'ll~ 0 F F1, l R E 1),
BY SVIIOQL (OF BUJSINESS
-Aw1)M14TRATIO~
]EXPECT fPIGiENROLLMENT
d'cnui~s yetiit igd Tc'1"M1eet -eeds Of
8101(-10s 1"1Wo N e A eleraI
SIlrIvey Of Field
Cour:;es to be offered in the various
schools 1and colleges ill the Sfumer
Sssion of the University are to be un-
usually complete in scope and sub-
ject, a(ccording t(; the officials of th ^
1928 Summer 'session. Recently,
sp~cial annlouricemeints have been sent
from the offices of the session and
from the offices of 'several of the
schuoals concerning the courses for
njext year.
E~xpect L rge Enrollinent
The School of Business Administra-
tion is one( of these. One of the main
objects of pla┬źnninig the schedule for
this school is to satisfy not only the
'Atudents wh(o are to take the courses,
but also to fit the r, quircments of the
many, people in public life who come
here; to tako business courses during
the sessions. A large enrollment is
expecte d for the coming summer, very
little opposition being expected from
the rules on automobiles, as many of
the Business school~ come under the
special provisions.
Ninecocurses will be offered for

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(yAssociated lPress)
LANGLY FIELD, Va., MCLay 4.-
Glistening from the rub of scores of
mechanics, more than 100 planes of
all descriptions were being tuned
. up here yesterdlay for the greatest dis-
play of army air strength since the
The ships had been brought fromt
many 'sections of the country. Spread1
v out in rows all over the field, with
pilots and mechanics hustling about,
i with preparations for the two days of
maneuvers, theyi gave. the army .sta-
Major lt~hmliceion here the appearance of an air-
Majo Fizitiurie !drome on actual war footing.
Irish member of the Bremen crew, They included Selfridge Field, Mich.,
who with his German companions was pursuit planes, attack ships from Gal-
the guest of Jack Dempsey and Es - veston, Tex., the big Langley bomr--
telle "Taylor iii New York yesterday ers, huge cabin transports and obser-
upon their return flight from' Wash-' vation planes from Washington, and a
in~gton. number oil other types.
"What," ,asked Dempsey, "was the. The mobilization, marking a new
first thing you thought of when you departure in the activity of the army
landed on Greenly island?" air corps, is the first of six similar
"God," answered the Major. demonstrations to be given by .the
_______________-j corps throughout the country, and the
SERVICE SHOUL D mimic air warfare was expected to be
S i R. SHO LDvitnessedl by hundreds of citizens
,"BE COA-ITT'rrffrom the surrounding territory, In ad-
Idition to aviation* officers and officials
(B3y. Associated Press) and members of the' separate and
D)ETROIT, May 4.-Lack of 'desire house military and naval committees.

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CECIL B. DE MILLE'S
UNDERWORLD SENSATION

HERE SHE 18-CHICAGO' MOST

JBEA UTIFUL MURDERESS !

AUDACIOUS, GASPING -MELODRAMA!

OUTDRES THE STAGE' PLAY!

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See How Lovely Roxie Hjrt Got Away with
Murder and Made ']Em Like It

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thoase interested in taking course=, in
t his school. Elements of Business
Amninistration is the first on the list,
anid is a prerequi;~te for other courses.
This course 'is designed to meet the
needs of those students who desire a
general survey -of the hield of busi-
ness' administration. Among the oth-
er courses listed are ones on business
o rga n iz ation and (executive contrcl,
advanced accounting principles, prin-
ciples of production, courses son mark-
eting and personnel principles and
ones on financial management, and
the various principles of finance.
All Two-Hour Courses
All of the courses will be for two
hours credit apiece, meetinig four
times each week. Two of the courses
are divided into periods for the first
and for the second four weeks of the,
session.
There are no formal requirements
for admission to this school, as the
courses are open' to all "who can pur-
sue them to advantage."
"THE BORIDER
CAVALIER",
('Not a Spanli lSto'y)
lltt Ad 1001 155.
St '!DAY.

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among studenlts at state supported col-
leges and universities to fit themselv-
es for work of public service was scor-
ed by Dr. Clarence C. Little, president
of the University of Michigan, in an
address here Thursday night.
" tudent's who seek an education to
serve their selfish ends should be di-
re'cted to private schools where they
would pay ade'quately for their cours-
es," he said.
Dr. Little explained his, view that
students of a public-supported educa-
tional institution should participate to
to some real extent in public service
and in endeaivors bjeneficial to their
fellows.
"In other words, they should be+
goodl citizens, in the full sense of the
word," Dr. Little explained.
He declared. that youth should be
concerned ih gaining an education, not
entirely with the interests which will
serve'themf in this generation, but to
so fit themselves for life that future
generations will reap the full benefit.

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