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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1936

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Keynote Of W omen's Summer

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Burton Tower Is N ow Under Construction

Students Deeide
Classics School
Summer Course
All Who Intend To Enroll
Should Tell Instructors
Their Preferencesf
The curricula in classical Ian-S
guages, literatures and archaeologyj
will be arranged this summer, as far
as it is possible, in accordance with
the wishes of prospective students,
the departments of Greek and Latin
have announced. For this reason all
who expect to attend the Summer
Session are urged to enroll, inform-
ally, by letter to the instructors con-
cerned, at an early date.
The courses offered by the depart-
ment of Greek will be directed to-
ward three ends: first-to provide
a rapid introduction to the language,
for those who have had no previous
instruction in it; second-to provide
general courses (not requiring a
knowledge of the Greek language)
in certain phases of Greek life and
thought; third-to provide courses of
I graduate rank for students who are
candidates for the higher degrees.
The courses given by the depart-
ment of Latin wil be of three types:
undergraduate work in translation
and composition, introductory and
advanced courses in archaeology,
and graduate courses adapted to
candidates for either of the higher
degrees.
A special course in the teaching of
Latin in the secondary schools, pro-
viding opportunity for observation
in the demonstration school will be
given by Professor Dunham.
In connection with the work in
Latin use will be made of the Uni-
versity collections of classical anti-
quities and of reproductions of ob-
jects of ancient art in the Museum
of Classical Archaeology. The col-
lections incude Greek and Latin
manuscripts, and papyri, Latin in-

scriptions, Greek and Roman vases,
Roman lamps and Greek and Roman
coins. These materials will be avail-
able for advanced students.
Work in classical archaeology will
be offered jointly by the Greek and
Latin departments both to students
who have no knowledge of Latin or
Greek and to those who have enough
preparation in the languages to take
more specialized courses. Lantern
slides, photographs, squeezes, and
casts will be used for illustrations.
A special course in Greek litera-
ture inl Engish, which will include a
study of literature from Homer to
Demosthenes, will be offered as part
of the plan to provide work in the
classics for students without a
knowledge of either language. A
course in Homer, selections from the
Odyssey and a seminar in Euripides!
wil also be given._
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The M. L. Burton Tower will be located beside Hill Auditorium on
Ingalls Street. It will house the Baird carillon which will arrive here
during the summer. There will be 63 bells in the campanile making the
carillon the third largest in the world. The fund enabling the establish-
ment of the campanile was founded by Charles A. Baird, a University
graduate and the first director of the University.

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is lined in a lighter green. There
is a tiny upstanding collar and full
sleeves.

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1111 South University Ave.
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