THE MICHIGAN DAILY
011 eei tration
very Student Must Have
60 Hours And 60 Honors
Points To Concentrate
Students in the University's Col-!
ge of Literature, Science and the
rts who are studying for the degreel
Bachelor of Arts or a similar degreej
o not "major" in the subject of their,
ioice, as is the case at many schools
id colleges, but take a first or Gen-
al Program, usually for two years,
llowed by a second or Degree Pro-
am, usually requqiring another two
To enter the Degree Program, us-
idly at the beginning of the student's
outstanding European and American gitive from a Chain Gang," with Paul
Frenchi 1Movie pictures. IMunli.
) Tickets for "La Kermesse Heroique" The Museum of Modern Art of New
Belns Cinem a will go on sale this Thursday at the York is collecting and circulating
Lydia Mendelssohn box office. There these films so that they "may be
studied and enjoyed as any other one
League Season will be a Friday matinee at 3:15 and of the arts." Tickets to the individual
8:15 p.m. evening performances Fri- showings, will not be sold, but $1
"La Kermesse Heroique," a French day and Saturday. membership cards available begin-
fil wThere will be five showings in the ning this Friday at the Union, the
film with English subtitles, to be American film series. The first will League and Wahr's, entitle the hold-
shown at the Lydia Mendelssohn present "Western" movies, "The Cov- er to admission to the whole series,
Theatre Friday and Saturday, Oct. ered Wagon" and two others. The which begins Oct. 10 and runs to Feb.
8 and 9, will be the year's first offering presentation of comedies includes 20.
on the Art Cinema League's schedule, "The Freshman" with Harold Lloyd High Fidelity RCA sound equip-
which will include the Museum of and "The Sex Life of the Polyp" with ment was installed last year in the
Modern Art's series, "Some Memor- 'Robert Benchley. Other showings in- Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre by the
able Films, 1896-1935," and various elude "Cavalcade" and "I Am a Fu- Art Cinema League.
junior year, the student must have
completed at least 60 hours of work
with an average grade of C or better.
A student who fails to attain the C
average required for admission to
candidacy for a degree may be given
one'semester and one Summer Ses-
sion after the semester in which he
passes the 60-hour line, in order to
bring his honor point index up to
the requcired minimum. The record
of the student, however, must be sat-
isfactory enough to justify the exten-
sion of time.
At the conclusion, then, of his
sophomore year, when in the ordinary
course of events the student has hre-
ceived 60 or more hours and an
egnivalent number of points, he be-
comes, upon placing application, a
candidate for a degree. Then he must
select either a "division" or a "de-
partment of concentration."
A "department," in the technical
sense of the word, is a course of study
such as French, history, chemistry or
anthropology. A student is at liberty
to concentrate in any department if
he wishes to do so. A "division," as
the term is technically employed, re-
fers to a larger grouping of courses,
of which there are three. Group I,
or Division I, is composed of Ancient
Languages and Literatures, Modern
Languages and Literature, Classical
Archaeology, Journalism and certain
courses in Speech and General Lin-
Group II, or Division II, is devoted
to scientific courses such as mathe-
matics, astronomy, physics, chemis-
try, minerology, etc.
Group III, orr Division III, is de-
voted to the "social sciences" such as
history, economics, sociology, political
A student may concentrate in any
study. For example: a student who
is primarily interested in scientific
pursuits may, after completing in his
first two years at Michigan the total
number of points, proceed to concen-
trate in Group II (science) or he
might select a department in the
group (such as physics, for instance),
if he is more interested in physics,
than in a more sweeping survey of
all the sciences.
Each student's credit for gradua-
tion, comprising his entire course of
study in all four years at the Univer-
sity, must include not less than 30
hours study in his department of con-
centration, or not less than 60 hours
of study in his division of concentra-
tion, if he chooses the latter.
complete training in
ST E N OTYPY
In ine with our fixed policy of "The
*Best in Business rraining,'- we are
happy to announce our new department
of instruction in Stenotypy the mod-
ern machine shorthand method. Steno-.
typy. used to report, nine out of ten con-
ventions and hundreds ot court proceed-
ings,'s also the favorite dictationtaking
method i nthousands of business offices-
because of As superior ease. Speech accu-
racy and :egibility We urge orospective
students of secretarial training to see one
of our Free Stenotype Demonstrations,
given daily Study this unique shorthand
instrument m action!-and get details of
the complete Secretariat Course of which
it is an important part. For the sake of a
successful future in business-wrte, phone
or -all today.
FOUNTAIN PENS ........ 59c and up
NOTE BOOKS and PAPER
. .. ..... 49c
Pictured above is the Union Executive Council. This group"is in charge of Union student activities.
The president of The Union automatically becomes head of the Council, and the Union's recording secretary
is also its recording secretary.
ALARM CLOCKS...........98cand up
TOWELS ........ 15c --25c -- 50c
PIPES ASH TRAYS CIGARETTE CASES
Camels, Chesterfields, Old Golds, Lucky Strikes, Ral-
leighs .. 15c 2 for 25c . . $1.19 carton
Malted and Toasted Sandwich 22c
SWIFT'S DRUG STORE
ee Club Tryouts from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the club rooms are distributed. All freshmen are in-
Tryutswil beheld for the Fresh- vited to attend.
Set For Sept. 30 man Glee Club at 4:30 p.m. Wednes- iThis year the Varsity Club has the
day,Sept. 29 in the Glee Club rooms largest membership in its history.
in the Union. Freshmen are eligible Plans are being made. for the usual
e Varsity Glee Club, directed by for the Varsity Club at the beginning series of concerts and for broadcast-
David Mattern, of the School of the second semester, and freshman ing from the campus.
usic, will hold its first tryout for rehearsals are held every Wednesday Last year. on the club's mid-west
at 4:30 p.m. Students who have lab- tour, it gave several concerts in
meers Trsday, Snhet. 30oat oratory periods are permitted to re- Chicago, including one at the Univer-
lee Club rooms on the third floor port later.- sity of Chicago Chapel. The club was
e Union. Regular rehearsals of In the Freshman Club, Michigan also featured on the National Broad-
club are held every Thursday songs are learned and complete copies cast Co.
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