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Move To South Wing
F.. Remer, formerly
of Economics at Wil-
ege,, has been added to
of the department of
it has been announced
. L. Sharf man. Professor
mes to Michigan highly
ded from Williams
was Orrin Sage proies-
onomics. He has spent
rs in the Orient and is
an authority on tar
re this year as an acting
Professor Sharf man
so be he:
In addition Prof. Ray V. Lef-
, le , chairman of the Economics
;department at Dartmouth, will
w aid. Professor Leffler will take
ver the work of Prof. Leonard L.
Watkins. who is away this year on
ve'of absence. Both Professor
Vatlfdns and Prof. George ,.
4'eterson of the Economies de- I
'artment are abroad studying
,wlth Social Science research coun-
y The appointment of M. L.1
Zindahl, who taught last year at
he. ,University of Washington at
Seattle, as an in instructor on the
Qnomiics staff, makes the third
ddition, to the department's'
$aching force, two of them being
Termanent. Two resignations were1
Iso announced these being those
f Prof. Edmund E. Day, chairman
the department, who has joined'
fie Rockefeller foundation in New
wrk, and Prof. John V. Van
fickle, who has accepted a secre-
ryshi with the Social Science
CY__Those juniors who entered the
One other tradition of the School of Education for the first
Michigan campus has -been rout- time this fall, as well as all the
ed by the removal of the depart- rest of the student body and fac-
enb te r lofhy rom 106 ulty of that school, were given their
ment of philosophy from-1 lyo
Mason Hall to its new home on annual presentation party last Sat-
the second floor of the South urday night at the University high
Wing of University hall. The school.
change of location has been MsThe president of the senior class,
most advantageous for the de- Miss Aletta Morton, '28 Ed., made
partment because it has given the speech of presentation to Mr.
them a large bright office, a good J.B. Edmonson, who is the chair-
sized seminar for the Graduate man of the executive board of the
students, and a ciassroom which School of Education.
will accommodate some forty stu- Every student now enrolled in the
dents. School of Education had the op-
The department whicn is head- portunity of attending this affair
ed by Prof. Robert M. Wenley will and a large crowd was present, in-
conistof ix enthis year. Prop.cluding most of the faculty and
consist of six men theirew.ives.
H. Parker has a leave or absence their wives.
for the first semester of this The party was quite a success
school year, whereas the depart.- and provided an enjoyable method
ment has obtained the services of of acquainting the new students
Prof. Charles V. Vibbert who is re- with each other and with the old
turning from a year's leave of ao- students and the faculty. The par-
sence while acting as director for ty took.the form of a social eve-
the Paris office of the American ning on the order of a reception,
Union. Prof. Frank E. Robbins, its main object being to orientate
aassistant to the president will the new members to the school.
have a course in Greek Philos-
The change of location was at
first slightly opposed by the mem-
bers of the department for' 106;
Mason Hall has been tradition-
ally the home of Philosophy on
the campus. However, the march
of progress of the University has
necessitated more space for the
administrative department, and
the expansion of the registrar's
office has finally included the old
site of the department. The new
quarters are at 203, and 204 South
Wing of University hall which
have just been vacated by the
Romance language department.
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