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THE MICHIGAN DAICY.1

F'RIDAY,

41i11 of -iterature, Law,
siiness Schools Makes
-riculuiPossible.
KE SEVEN YEl-ARS
rse to~ Prepare Students
Pres et Bus;inedss
Problems.

GERMANS TO MEL
u/
i:$

E. Giffin, of the
)ess Adinistration,
ercoy a new orns-
n; letters, business,

will now be possible, said
Griffin, "to take in seven
and t~o sum2lmer Sessions a
e in. letters, busircs s~, and law,
a. would others5e requ,,ire nine
.We have comikned the c-x-~
tfacW lr-s of the Un1 -iverstiy
ale' this posible. Cw rrs
prepare the 1,tarl cut fr rthe
exng businie aristcations;
have so mlaj'v~wtin iN_
years.
Ada I c to ! disry
a: con'scquece of the new all-
siveness of industry," declared
Griffin, "'members of the leg-
,fessiofl are more and mrore
it, to adj~ust such of these re-
ships~ as fall within the scope
elaw. As a result, many legal
ha e c m o d vt hi ice almost exclusively to, the
as it relates to businaess.
mect the overlapping of bus-
and~ the law, lierefore, we
secur~ed a new coordination
e latw school, the business
A, and' the college of literature.
combined programn in letters,
Bess, anid law is the resuzl, By
.ig hims elf of its use, the stu-
can. obtain the A.B., the
k., and the LL.E. (or" J.D.) de-
in- seven aca,,demlic years and
summer sessions,. a feat that
I otherwise require a space
CaricuunIReviewed.
ere is a resume of the curri-
n.During his Karst three years
stent should pursue studies
le College of .Literature, Sci-
and the Arts. At the end of
third year he should have (1)
L5t ninety hours~ of credit. (2)
is one half mo~re honor points
hiours, (3) at least twelve
sof th~e ninety devoted to eco--
cs, hicludin~g principles of cco-
es and printciples of account-
economics-551-52, 171-172, or
equivalents). Finally, he shall
met the specific requirements
LO College of Literature, Sci-
and# the Arts for the A.B. de-
In order to be permitted
h enrollment in the college of
.ture and the business school,
1tudent must submit, a:3plica-
;Orfetime in the seconid semen-
f his' third year and before
20."
ie student will enter his stud-
1the School of Business Ad-
tration during the Summer
:)n which follows lhi,>third

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Ger man delegates Iwill m-1: tw
forma.F Iidkession on business, dcKbtr
tius (cenvie' above), foreign ministei
represeniAatives will beArthur flend
minister.

V.

1 hat's Going On
ThE'OA'TES
rLdial&7ercti .lssoh = :31 at.n c h e
Yurka in "Ca~jrice" At 8:15 o'clock.
Mlichigan - B a:bara Stanwmyck,
Ricrardo Coirte7 Monroe Owsicy, and
Saly Blane ir1 "Ten Cent, a Dance"
and Charley Chase in "Rough Spas."
Majestic-Mary Brian, Kay Stroz-
zi, and John Halliday inz "Captain
Applejack," and Chester Conklin in
"Gcents of Leisure."
Wkiertlhi Dorothy Lee and Edna
Mat, Oliver in "Laugh and Oct
Rich."
I wj'l. coirpl te the regular first year
business admiitration programa
begun in summer school. In brief
thne first year work, which i6 to a
large extent prescribed to all stu-
dents, includes thle' principles of
arketing, business finance, per-I
sonnel, business statistics, and al
choice of organization and prodluc-
tion, advanced accounting, cost ac-j
counting, real estate fundamentals,l
and inurance. The conception of
thae, program for° the first year is
that it should g:'ve to all students
a knowledge of the, major fields
that occupy the attention of busi-
ness executives.
"By virtue of the required courses
covered in the preceding summer
session, a studenat is also. enabled to
elect duringm this year courses in
some special ph ase of business ad-
mainistration to tho extent of twelve
semnester hours. The details of the
pro;gxam .will be conducted on the
basil of thte student's intere st after
hec has consuilted with a designiated
memberk~ of the f. acuilty of' the

ET WITH ENGLISH FOR CONFERENCE ( MURIE AND VAN TYNE DISCUSS 1 Upsown Wart Re
EVENTS OF GUATAM AN TLPDgeFrn
-" ~___ J J Ralph Upson, lectur
Luc:~ k from thenr tripl to Guate- Junge snake stuck at nc bu nauticl engineering a
ro « ul~a, Dr. Adolph Mur'ie, asistant mlis7 d. Aside'fromnFain Tyn's ill- city, and winner of
cuator of mammals at the Lniver-'ness, there was nohing startling.' B A net-bal'loon race,
:ity MuiSeu ii of zoology, and Dr.! l\ ir~' °cll erio i cnsistS Ilargely reciec an h~1nF1rry
« mfe wk« s F{;::."Jo se~yn Van Tyne asitant cura- lof monkeys, Gcelats, mice, rats, Stevens sho j of 'I'
' fI or of ir', are awa itng the arriv- i ki'nsu, pecies, and small der. Hioboken, N. J., Saur
al of thir 36 cases of specimens 1Whether ecther of the mnicollect- Tpson i a radft
{{scthool arnI ill re ci
'y ". g~atheredloon the expedition. Ied few u ce isnot known, an atthecomnent'emne
The part; reached Ann Arbor will rema ini unkwnw until casi- The balloonist is the
Tuesday night tired from is long Ii~u ~ encmltd i ea-ld.isi
tripy. Theyhad arrived in New Or-___________Ir atfln ls
y ~~~~~~~~leans fern Belize the pr viouS - lel "fl ldas
k 1night, and took the train from1 Ar rested for'Lrey ao
111 aninrieUIw ysterdaLy WIIII I Lewis Nader and Sam Valeini,
.«'~D. MriJi; as evale"tat:heboth of Ann Arbor, yest2 d ywere
colectons of both members of the( arested in Detroit, where they are IC iie
J { ~party wee unlusually good Thel accused of L..rceny. I they are not
A « : "$ material arrived i New Orlans on convicted in Detroit, they will be
x 'the same boat as gthy, and should sn ee Ir ohote r
$ fi ~arrive in .nnr Arbo today or to- wanted on silar charges, }policeIaJ
morrow. said.
}1t"The routine of tie expediion was _____
described by Dr. Murie as being DA6N 3 SUDN
5 ri "nothing exciting" We got up every,
morning at 5 o'clock, Van Tyne Dora thi Bor:, well-known eastern
qXJ " - { shot birds an d I trapped animals dirce, and a to ct* aes special st-
' ~That h our i the bes for hunting dent' t the Tlnivr it- of Oregon._
.x*~ and the coolest. Returning with She is the daughtr ofa professor
our Ends, we spent the rest of the in the sc. hool of achitecture and Se
Iday skinning the specimens. a i d alts. h
"The traveling that was done- --- -- endured ;
.m....was by mule. Transportation was Arpane hav been used in Utah
Asite rssPoOnot bad, particularly at this time in counting big game. To take a the
of the year. Daners were few. My census of elk on Mt. Nebo, six flights embrace z
rich Biish negotattirs on Jieca to 11 at Chequers, England, for an in- naret approach to trouble care were made over an area of about ofa
evision, anddlsarn mament Germany will be represented by Julius Cur- when a fr de lance, a poisonous 540 squa re miles,
r, and Ch'neliosEir cnu-ach Brin, (center below). Great Britain's --...... __ strangers _f"
e vo l (lft), o rign se retary and Ram sey 11A dfon d (rig ht), prime D'EP LNa
~ O UD E IRCO TET EIVRY 1IGHT AN) SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MAINEES
Fe lix W. Pawlowski, Guggenheim I uiring June only all gt'L L Ireisteing .at pavllion prir to 9 o'clock dic
professosr of aeronautics at the c'vefiflgs or 3 o'clok aftrnoons rZciv achnsson gind si dances aso-
University, will serve as a judge lutely without cost.
T lfo the Detroit News model paeYo'lSt r e e Piwoee!B rbr S
--contest, Saturday, June G.Stpo e hoee a" ^±
Opoe _,Find fGvro The planes will f e models of au- C11I0, WAMvPLER INDIANS A
DpoebtfehndscafhGoenor togyro types and will be exhibited O)N 'THE AlRt OVE R IBMv, JACKSON, XX~rlTDNSA'S, 6i to 7 P. M
Debae Imeachentat the municipal airport hangar at
in House. 9 o'clock in the morning. - - ._-*-.--- .--~- - - _ ~*._-
NASHIVILLE, Tenn., June 4.-(/') BRGHT SPOT NOW ':034
-Opponents anld friends of Gover-- 802 PACKARD ST.SOWN :o-:0
nor Henry 11. Horton took the floor TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30 LV
in the Tennessee house of repre- SALMON CROQUETTES rte'______________
POTATO CHIPS
sentatives today to' advocate and1 SPANISH RICE+ EDNA MAE OLIVER
denounce in turn the movement to CABBAGE SALAD 9RRMC
impeach him.:AIC uDN DOROTHY HUGH Pouto
COMFEE OR MILK Poiear
Among those engaging in the dc- 30c LEE HERBER T
bate was Water M. Haynes, speak- 53 o :0IN l~r~y
BAKED STUFFED WHITES FISH Chase s
er of the house, who argued for 'VEGETABLE' DINNER WITH "LAUGH AND GET RICH" Comey H
adoption of eight impeachment ar- =POTI ROAST OF BEEF OR HARD °ROTGH thc
tiees returned against the gove- COOKED EGGBtblnwihluhe...rmigwtheatus..HmnsoySE"
ROAST LEG OF LAMB .B udogwih a&hrenal syrimmng ihhattg ua tr ES
nor last week by a special commit- SPANISH PORK CHOPS SUNDA
tee of the house. MASHED OR FREN 'CH' FRIED7 COMING SUN7 +DAY
POTATOES LOUIS eSIX CYLIND
Speaking in defense of Governor -CARROTS, PEAS, NOODESOR in 'DANGER L1'J 'I' S" wih
Horton, Representative J. D. M- SPINACH WOLHEIM SPENCER T
Murry, of Trousdale, said anyone 35c_________________1_________
familiar with court procedure knew - -0 ig W
that no grand jury would "indict a --
yellow dog" on evidence presented
against the chief executive.
McMurry said statements that?
Congressman E. H. Crump, of Memn-rbe
phis, leader of the impeachment
movement was "out of the picture"
were 'a "smoke screen," and that
if "Ed Crump is not ,sidetracked,
he will continue to strive to take
Teninessee into the hollow of his
hand and conduct Tenniessee as he "nF L A l h a R
conducts Shelby coupty >
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