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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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WRK FORSMSE
OFFERS FORTY COURSES IN
DETRm1T, FLINT, AND
OTHER CITIES

LA W SCHOOL HAS
NEW PROFESSOR
Prof. W. W. Blume has been add-
ed to the faculty of the Law School
itwas announced yesterday by Dear
Henry M. Bates. He will teach part
time in Professors Sunderland's
cases.

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HAZING ATTRACTS MOVIES
Hazing reared its head for a few I
minutes again yesterday-but it
was all fun for the frosh this time.
At four o'clock yesterday after-
noon a Paramount News man set
up his camera in front of the
Union and, aided by a crowd of

willing upperclassmen, snagged the
necessary actors. Several fresh-
men, barging leisurely down State
street, eyed the crowd doubtfully
and then took to their heels, thus
necessary actors. Many fresh-
and then took to their heels, thus
throwing away their golden oppor-
tunity of appearing before The
Eyes of the World.

tNTERS THRTEENTh YEAR
Popular Courses Include Speech,
Aeronautics, Heatin'g,
And Writing
Classes given by the extension
division of the University opened
last week, and by the end of this
week, all course given by this de-
partment will have begn. The ex-
tension division conducts various
courses in the larger cities of
Mihigan, and the class work offer-
ed in these cnters is carried on by
University professors, correspond-
ing in all important particulars
with the wok "given on the cam-
pus.
I Thirteenth Year
These classesrhavebeen conduct-
ed for thirteen t n*'s by the exten-
sion division, th demand for them
gradually growing in Michigan as
a part of the national movement
for adult education. Reports from
classes so far this year have been
especially encouraging,iteisesaid.
'The courses which have been es-
pecially popular so far this fall are
the course in heating and ventila-
tin given by Prof. R. S. Hawley, in
which 113 enrolled, Prof. F. W.
Pawlowski's course in aeronautical
engineerng with 100, and the
coUrse given by Dr. Katharine
G eene in genetic psychology,
which attracted 75. Professor G. E.
Densmore's course r-in Practical
Public Speaking drew 119, and the
coutrse in Contemporary Prose giv-
en by Prof. C. D. Thorpe drew 100.
All df these courses with the excep-
tion of Professor Thorpe's; which
is given in Flint, are offered in De-
trrit. A total number of 40 courses
are offered, 29 of which are given
,The University of Michigan ex-
tension credit courses are offered
for (a) teachers and others who
are interested in obtaining credit;
(b) employes in stores, factories,
and offices, and those in various
professions who wish to keep
abreast of the specialized knowl-
edge in their fields; (c) the large
number of people who wish to keep
up with the times, and who are not
especially interested in securing
college credit.
No Formal Requirements
-There are no formal require-
ntet-s for admission to extension
credit courses. Credits earned are
placed on file in the ofce of the
Registrar of the University. Each
extension course consists of 17
meetings, each meeting two hours
in length. The two-hour course
consists of 32 class hours of actual
work, independent of the examina-
tion period. The instructor usually
lectures the first hour, followed by
a short recess, after which the time
is given over to recitation or dis-
cussion. Students are allowed to
earn through extension credit
courses 30 hours toward an A. B.
deiree.
Phospects for a course who are
in dpubt as to whether they wish
to tke that particular course or
nft are permitted to attend one
meeting without payment of a fee,
afa if they find that they like the
curse and instructor, they can en-
roll as regular students.
SPORTS ATTRACT
ANYSTUDENTS
More than 80 percent of the male
stldents not participating in 'Var-
sity athletics took part in the in-
traniural competition sponsored by
the' intramural Department of the
University according to a report
issted today by its directors.
Of the approximate 6,500 male
students on the campus, 1,600 are
engaged in 'Varsity competition
ads[ practice. Of the remaining
npbr 4338 made 12,863 entries
in the twenty-four sports promoted

by ,the department, the report
states.
RAMON NOVARO
and ALICE TERRY in
Komedy-Poddles Haneford
and Bull Montana in
"PLUMB DUMB"
M. G. M. News
Music-Pipe Organ, Piano
Adults 25c Children 10c
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Professor -Blume gave up the
practice of law in Texas in 1920 to
accept a position on the faculty of
the Comparative Law School at.
Shanghai, China. He first taught
only Anglo-American law but laterj
European and Chinese law were
added. The "schodl is a co-oper-
ative institution, being maintained
by American lawyers in Shanghai
and Soo Chow university.
After six 'months work in the
school, he was made Dean. In 1924
he returned to the States and took
some advanced work iin the Law
school in this University.
DEBATING CLASS
T10 HOLD TRIALS
All students of the Univer-
sity except freshmen Who wish
to comipete for positions on
the men's and women's varsity de-
bating teams are urged to enroll
today in Speech =81 by .Prof. JamesI
O'Neill. Those Who have c'orflplited
Speech 34, who have represented
the university in debate, or who
give successful try-out speeches
this afternoon can take the courge.I

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she was passionately
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life's highway - one of
them remained loyal, the
other , returned to his
evil ways--which?
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MAINTAINED BY
THE U NIVERSITY MUSI
pHILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARB(
October 10 ROSA PONSELLE
Miss Ponselle is recognized by competent authori- May Festiv
ties as the outstanding operatic dramatic sopraio of ascend, and
the lay. She has been heard in Ann Arbor on two On both o<
previous occasions, first about ten years ago at a She has rip
o October 22 AMELITA GALLI-CURC
Critics and laymen alike throughout the 'musical ago, she w
Y world look upon Galli-Curc as the predominant ex- and three ye
w ponent of Coloratura. singing. She will be heard in
Ann Arbor for the third time. After her spectacular ing the Ch<
appearances with the Chicago Oera, a dozen years niarkable e>
]z November 12 VLADIMIR HOROW]
Soloist with ietroit Symphony 0
Vladimir Horowitz, the distinguished Russian pain- of the conti
ist, whose genius has risen like a mighty meteor in centers in P
the heavens, will make his Ann Arbor debut on this
occasion, as soloist with the Detroit Symphony Or- At twenty
chestra, under the baton of Victor Kolar. Mr. in quick su<
Horowitz has won the most favorable commendations Spain and <
November 23 THE FLONZALEY (
This world renowned organization will make its Moldovan.
farewell tour after twenty-five years of continuous in Ann Ar
success. During all these years, with one exception, here at fre
- its personnel has remained intact. Ugo Ara, the to allot one
original viola player has been succeeded by Nicholas Series.
N December 13 FRITZ KRIESL R
Kreisler is recognized throughout the world of the world,
music as "the greatest of them all." No violinist of always file
our time can equal hiin his hold upon the public and heard. Th<
none has won and maintained that hold by higher outstanding
qualities. He has played i every music capitol of general.
January 18 ROLAND HAYES' Negr<
Born in the Southland in extreme poverty, the son until finally
of a former slave Mother, he underwent during his interestedI
childhood and early youth all of the vicissitudes of
life to which poverty is heir. Industry, perseverance, provided fo
and hard work brought him forward step by step, tion. He is
January 24 THE PRAGUE TACHE
Metod Dole il, Conluctor
A special committee of Czechoslavakian-American Bohemian, a
has been successful in bringing this remarkable en- rosch, upon
semble group to this country for a limited number o was the mc
concerts, one of which will take plac&in this series.
_ This Chorus is made up of sixty schoolmasters from heard in
their native city and their American tour will ac- means the
quaint music lovers in this country with the supreme nothing like
February 13 SERGEI RACHMANI
As an interpretative and imaginative musician his he was he
playing is a mirror of chosen music. His composi- probably on
tions first made him famous in America for prac- heard in thi
tically all piano programs included some of his works.
It is not surprising that when he first began to come highest pra

== to this country for brief tours, his services should years has be
have been in great demand. A number of years ago plided s
February 20 YELLY D'A1RANYI
This distinguished Hungarian has had a series of marized jud
triumphs such as should satisfy the most greedy of ogniize her b
artists. New York, Boston, and other great American rounds of
critics have been unanimous in their words of com-
mendation. By some she has been credited with respon wi
"conqueststwherever she goes"others state that "she tioi, charm
Sis an artist to her finger tips." Such are the sum- constantly r4
March1 DETROIT SYMPHONY C
Alr&A Hertz, Guest Coniiuc
Alfred Hertz, who will wield the baton over Mr. figu-es in t
Gabrilowitsch's distinguished band of players at their as the Iietri
second appearance in this season's series, is an out- of more tha
standing conductor. Forierly Wagnerian conductor Mr. Gabrilk
at the Metropolitan Opera House, he is now at the leave for th
head of the San Frahcisco orchestra and has been
= instrunental in making that organization the greatest high state 'o
in the West. He is recognized as one of the great ductor to lea

SCHEDULE OF PRI(
The following schedule of prces covers admission Mail orde
to the ten Choral Union Concerts and in addition, the same set
each season ticket will contain a three dollar May October r,
Festival coupon, good for that anount when ex- of i7c is en
changed for a season May Festival ticket later in If the sea
the year, in accordance with a schedule to be an- maining ord(
nounced. sions, and a
Block "A"-All tickets in the three center sections be made.
i S- on the Main Floor, and in the three center, sections Beginniing
in the first balcony, not claimed by subscribers of not ordered
_ record $12.00. (These $12.oo tickets are designated at above pri
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KEN OSBORNE-Organ Relief with Novelty Innovations

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OPENING
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Please Note
This sensational attrac-
tion will play Ann Arbor
Four Days Only - Must
give way to Victor M'-
Laglen in "The River
Pirate."

RCHESTRA

Now _you can peer
behind the scenes of
America's fast set! Lux-
ury and beauty, jewels
. and clothes parade on :

and
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MAPK
SBROWN
NILS

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