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PRI-DAY, MAY7 24, 1029

~TEMTCHTCAN 1~EY

g ,..._: (I (rSTR J ILLA WL "'B ROME FLIGH-T j5J [UHJg'! Professor Dow Finds Romance Amon tng Dingy Libras
,IIID1UINCEHE IN ATTEMPT TO BEAT FREN fCHMEN J(UUHIL Traces Develovnent of Ei~rht Century 01(

ry Stacks,

IN PRACTICE TEACHING

School Of Education To Give Se-
Sniors Opportunity For Full Time
Work Under 'Expert
,WILL BE EXPERIMENTAL
Toward the end of combining
;~ both the theoretical and practical
;sildes of teaching in the senior cur-
riculi in the School of Education,
new study in practice teaching
Shas been planned for the school
1 year 1929-30. From thirty to thirty-
'rive seniors will make up the group,
'and since they will have elected
this as their only course in Educa-_
tion, they will receive fifteen hours
of credit and, in addition, recoin-
-emendation for a life certificate.
SThe course shall include six
~weeks of directed teaching in some
co-operating school in which sym-
: pathetic and intelligent supervision
-s assured, and shall be preceded
by intensive theoretical work and
'discussion of the problems encoun-
tered in teaching. All will be under
the supervision of an educational
expert who will attempt to cor-
relate the two parts into one study.
The course this year is morc or
less of an experimental nature to
test its feasibility as a regular part
of the educational school's cur-
riculum.,

ORGANIZEPRESS CLUB;
Society Plans To Encourage Prof es-
sional Spirit Among
Students
WILL MEET RI-MONTHLY
The Michigan Journalist club wasI
recenitly organized in the journal-
ism department for the purpose of
fostering professional spirit in
those who intend to make journal-
ism their profession after leaving
school.I
It is planned by the club to meetI
twice monthly and to bring promi-
nent newspaper men throughout
the state to talk during these meet-
ings. The club is entirely managed,
by students and the faculty will act
only on advisory matters. The
membership is composed of those
members of the journalism depart-
ment that expect to continue in
this field after graduation and who
have been recommended by the
faculty.
The officers for the coming year
are: Sydney Cowan, '30, president;
:Arthur Devaux, '30, vice-president;
EVirginia Schoof, '30, secretary; Clel-
'and %Wyllie.. '30, treasurer. AlsoI
Lawrence Prakken, '30, will act as
Alumni correspondent, his functions
being to keep the club in active
contact with its Alumni members.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-The weightI
of Forrester Clark, Harvard ath-
'r lete, varies according to the sport
ethat he indulges in. For football,
phe weighs 215 pounds; for crew, 200:
for polo, 205.

Romance is perhaps the most de-, that his poem might be incorpo- worked to al
lightful phase of life. Arnd it is rated into the religious celebration.jond nth
not confined to the two-by-two, Soh~a eet readcm lis.
wals f prigtme tereisro ?posed# a song of 55 'monherime
wals f prngim, hee s o-liasses' set to the tune of th pre-t This is the;
mance among dingy library stacks nmier ton." The! verses went by twos tells. He beca;
and crispy medieval folios. The' except the last which was isolated. ;the manuscript
past year has brought to atten-' October 6 came, and the people years ago, whe:
tion the tale-tellers, Thomas and assembled at the cathedral for the son as a fellow
Haliburton, but the University has' fete. The song was chanted like University of
a voyageur" among its own raniks, the psalms, one section of the class of old pr
Mr. Lafayette Dow, of the French church sang a portion to be re-; sisted of three
~Department, tells us the story of 'sponded by the other. Gestures professors, he s
1 the earliest known poem of the; and sacred dancing were used to for line. La Ch
"langue romane." better interpret the piece. It was originally beloi
Long ago in the south of France, about a girl 12 years old who had of Saint Benoit,
lived a monk who one day decided been decapitated by the Roman em- it was remove(
to write a 'chanson' about the pa- porers Diocletian and Maximian fo 'sm three hur
tron of his parish, St. Foy., It was her faith, and how the wicked rul- c ently it was fo
near the autumn festival time of ers were taken to join the Pharedhs sified at the lit
the year 1061, and he had hopes in Hell. The whole congregation sity of Leyden.

pitch of enthusiam,
last verse of each
story that Mr. Dow
me acquainted with
tat first hand a few
n he spent the sea-
rfrom Cornell at the
Strasbourg. In a
rovencal which con--
!e students and two
studied the work line
hanson de Sainte Foy.
>nged to the library
LFrance, from which
d and lost sight of
nidred years ago. Re-
und incorrectly clas-
.rary of the ?Univer-

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