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FTHE MICHIGAN DAILY -SUN

PRJFSSRPlflMNTDePriest Is Chosen
Republican Nominee
RRITES FRENCH BOOK,

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Prof. Michael S. Pargment, of the
Romance languages department, has
'written a new French text hook which
will be put on sale by the Machillan
publishin~g company within a few
days, it was announced yesterday at
the headquarters of the (department.
The book, "Exercises de Composition
et de Grammaire," will be used in the
inteiediate French classes here next
seeter.
Th~e book is intended to satisfy the,
specia.l needs of the American college
student, Professor P argment explain-
ed. "In Europe, the direct* method of
pedagogy used is intended for a course
at, least six years long. In Ain3erica,
where many students study French.
for only two or three years, we must
adopt the most modern and scientific
methods available to the special Am-
erican needs," he said.
Professor Pargment, who comies
from France, complimented the French
departments of American universities.
"American college students learn al-
most aq much French in two or three
years as they w.oould in six if they
studied on thke 1Contin~ent," he 'said.
"This is due to the fac4t that America
is ahead of all other countries in re-
spct tQ French teat-b~ooks. The out-
put is tremendous and the improve-
meat marked."

SUMMER SCHOOL
PLANS .ANNOUNCED
Courses in' fine arts, mathematics,
Latin, French, English, history,
science, industrial arts, and typewrit-
ing, will be given at. the summer ses-
sion of the University high school
which will begin Wednesday, June 27,
it was announced yesterday. Regular
sessions will be held daily during the
summer until Wednesday, 'August 15.,
A varied "program will be offered,
permitting gieater freedom for self-j"
expression on the parts of pupils and
greater freedom four instructors to
teach well those topics for which the
regular year is too short.
"The summer school is not a male-
up school," R. Schorling, of the Uni-
versity high school staff stated yes-
terday. "We hope'to enroll pupils for
wvhom the joy of doing a good quality
of work is the real challenge and for
whom credit is a minor matter. No
emphasis will be _placed on credits or
marks, ah.d other seemingly necessary
evils of the regular school year."
if last summer's enrollment of S7
pupils is reached there will be a sec-
tiou for each of grades seven, eight,
and nine.

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OcrWho has been selected republican
congressional nominee from the first
Illinois district in Chicago. is name
,will replace that of the late Congress-
man Madden on the ballot.
ICOLORADO-Week end trips to
mountain peaks are engineered by
volunteer leaders from a summer
camp situated in National Forest Re-
serve, 25..miles from the campus.

K'1'A Vi'I IS N
TOD)AY

D~n These Warm Spring Days-Enjoy Your
;Meals at a Cool and Pleasant
Restaurant

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