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THDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MANYNE~CIIJRSFPATROLSI N CHINA!RT AE DRS
ARE TO BE OFFEHRD' BEoFOR OPEN FORpUMll
i SM [r S[50~ : :.~p Y Beton l (Form

the head is dIisgraceful and~ the (lelay DLH FAVORS
and (le vra tion that are a part of the
mUnI cipal gaine a ie not in accord U.NIV1ERSAL IR F
W «ith t hat, ('thcienlcvr,' he said. ''A city-1
nteed-,it a anager for the direction of Adelphi 1House of Representat ivos
its manmy business interests . A mayor1 went, on record Tuesday evening asj
is (lectedt beca use 01.ipopular'ity, -lavoring the Universal IDraft TBilnow
«vite a manager mnus;t show he is et- hfr Coge, i eat pn t
ficieiit. Ther'efore, it isn't and leo: oges nadfaeuo h
shoudin't he a quest ion of politics, subject.I
The cli ancec; are that only once in 12: Installation of new officers look:
times a peirson that is really quali pla1ce after !the open session. 'those
fied antd caipable of exercising the

install edl were Ru sseli AT. Sanderson.
'29, siea~er; 1Rohert 11, Lloyd, "28.
treasurer ; and Milton AMc(reery,'2
l erk. 'I'lw instiallat ion ceremronices
vw"ereo hel( at the Union.
IThc' topic for (debate for the next
meeting. which will take p~lace e Tnes-
day, Feb. 7, is: Resolved, that this
ib house conlsidlers Al Sm ith ithli logical
I-resident ialnoInmin e of the Ilnmoc.rra-
tic. P'arty."

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D)EPA RTMENT iOF

FINE ARTS

I'IO-H(IIUR(()(ISES
O'NEILL TO DIRECT SPEECH

Hire (Courses In .lonialie i lli
Offered 11141cr Proftess ors
Itrumm iiA'id IHaines

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City (ol el-luent
AlTTACKS PRESENT SYSTEM
"Adoption of the mnanagerial1 fo(rm
(f (city government in lDetlroit will
eventually followv as in the eases of
400 other American cities,. prof.
Thomas H . Reed, of hle poiticai
science dlepartment, said recently in
an address before the Detroit Open
Forum. Professor Reed, whose plan
of municipal consolidation for Pitts-
burgh is before the voters of that
city, startled his audience by his es-
timates of the capacities of various
American mayors, in an effort to drive
home his idleas on municipl1 govern-
ment.
"City government with a mayor at

Thiree courses in the department of
Fine Arts in the Literary college will
le offered in the 1928 suimmer session,
according to the latest announcement
oV the schedule for the next Session. hear Admiral, Yles Sfirlinw,, Jr.,
The courses in this department are 1.S
given only every other year. Who has assumted c'omimand o.' I. S.
The introductory course, number Is, inaval vessels hanro lling Chnese w-
and Sculpture as a Fine Art, 18s, b)th te-rs.
for two hours credit, will be given by
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson. Course 50s,
Oriental art, will lbe given by 'Missr
Adelaide A. Adams, also for two hours
of credit. Dean Edward H. Kraus ofTO A
the summer session points out that ! 1N EV:1 HERtE
students, who intend to take the B3EFOR1E-
courses in summer school should try
and elect them next summer as they LV
will not he offered again until 1930. s'A'TIOIN
Includes Journallim Coulrses
Five two-hour courses in journal-,IRMN'
ism which will be offered in the l___
1928 'session will be given by Profes-
sor John L. Brumm and Donald Ham-
ilton Haines. Haines will give the CM D
course in elementary journalism, 51s, Allcej-tlDay
newspaper editing, 54s, and the com- 111
munity newspaper, 56s. Brumm will1t rn
give the two courses, one each in Iitare
feature writing, 101s, and in written
criticism, 103s. -FRI DAY
The Department of Speech will of-
fer 23 different courses in all, ac- BEBE D1)"
cording to Dean Kraus._ This is
the largest number of individual "
courses that has ever been offered in 1 S VIM
summer session by this department.; SATIrr
As in the regular sessions, the depart-
ment will be under the direction of
Prof. J. M. O'Neill who will be here
for his first summer session with the
University. Professor O'Neill will give
two courses. Most of the usualN
courses will also be offered by mem-
bers of this department. 1
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functions entrusted to him, hecomes
a mayor."
Professor lReed':, citev manager lplan
wouldi allow for the election of a city
(ouncil1, who woutld in turn alppoint
a city managerIlie said that such a
plan would be (lemocratic.
AI GLERTO LEA V E
F OR HIOT SP RING S
Pm ii .Ralph W. Aigici 01f the L~aw1
school, will leave about Feb. 4 for Hot1
Springs, Virginia, to attend a meeting
of a committee of the American Law
Institute for the purpose of re-state-4
nment of the laws on property. He
will lbe gone several days.

He Married Her
Cto Tame Her

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Children 'waunted to ait-
Send(Iailng the
kiddies awdt collie
yourself as the
Arcade is gilving'
r MONET
THI COPONAND l 0c
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Matillee -Next Sat.
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This play ran two
years in New York
and is now playing to
capacity audiences in
London.

JAN. 19-20-21

"SEVENTH

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BY AUSTIN STRONG
The Dramatic Event of the Theatrical Season

Cast Includes
Boul...... ..........Robert Wetzel
Police Sergeant .....Wallace Baxter
The Rat................ Roy Curtis
Arlette.................... Leone Lee
Maximill'an Gobin... .Samuel Bonnell
Nana ...............Lucette Moulin
Recan ........ William M. Lewis, Jr.
Diane ............. Phyliss Loughton
Brissac ......... Thomas J. Dougall
Blonde.............. .Alfred Foster
P'ere Chievillon ... Frederick Randall
Lamplighter ........... John Starret
Un1cle George .........Wade Carney
Aunt Valentine....Nellie Hoover
Chico............Charles Livingstone
and others.

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