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THE, MICHIGAN DAILY

Iolice Training Work By Blake
To Be Planned Appears Soon
Conference ' Edition Of 'Chariton' Goes
On Sale Jan. 20
State Board Of Vocational
Guidance To Meet Herne A critical edition of the Greek text
.M of Chariton of Aphrodisia, the earliest
For Five Day Session known novel, edited by Prof. Warren;
E. Blake of the Greek department,1
In line with the new state policy
of encouraging vocational education will be published tomorrow.
aofenagng ublcoedtheMich- is This novel, written about 150 A.D.,
is published with Latin prefaces,
igan Board of Vocational Education is notes and indices by Professor Blake.'
holding a five-day conference at the The work, which was started in 1929.1
Union for commanding police officers was made possible by funds granted
in an effort to set up standard train- by the University Graduate SchoolI
ing courses for patrolmen. and by the American Council of
James W. Parry, former city man- Learned Societies. The edition is
published by the Oxford University
ager of Birmingham and director of! Press in England.
the public service work for the board
is in charge of the program, which
will continue through Friday. A um na Will Sing
Prof. G. E. Densmore of the speech ASalzbu
department spoke at the afternoon -
session of the conference on personnel
management. The major portior, of Marjorie McClung, '31SM, will rep-
the eonference, however, Parry de- resent the University at the Music
clared, will be devoted to discussion Festival next summer at Salzburg,I
in an attempt to block out a reason- Austria. The festival's program thisI
able program for recruits and in-serv- year, consisting of operas, concerts,
ice men. The problem is one of allp- and a complete program of Mozart
cating time between' various courses will last, from July 23 to Aug. 31.
in firearms, criminal law, crime pre- Miss McClung, a soprano, took part
vention and other related fields, he in musical activities on the campus,j
said. singing in several May Festivals. Up-
Among the representatives are offi- on her graduation, she studied for two
cers from the Detroit, Grand Rapids, years in Vienna, Munich and Salz-
Flint, Bay City, Port Huron, Royal burg, returning to New York to con-
Oak, State Police, Highland Park, tinue her work. She has given numer-
Kalamazoo and Saginaw police forces. ous concerts in this country.

Sutherland Bids Farewell To Hughes

Two Students Give Speech Contest Dana To Attend
Graduation Recitals F. Capital__Meetings
_alsToday
A rd,___-Dean Samuel T. Dana of the School
Andrew Ponder, '38SM, of Farm- I
ington. Mo., a student of Prof. Was- The third intersectional contest in of Forestry and Conservation will at-
Sngtenh Mo.,ialstudentdothProf.tWas-on tend two important meetings in
sily Besekirsky of the music school Speec wi is aernoon, Washington, D.C. on Jan. 21 and 24.
will present a graduation recital on ot 4:15r in the Natural Science Audi- The first will be a session of the
th ilna :5pm oa n the im.I American Planning and Civic Asso-
the violin at 8:15 p.m. today in the The six students who will speak in ciationaandfi thesecond avregular
School of Music Auditorium on May- the final contest are: Hal Benham, meeting of the Board of Directors of
nard Street. '40, who will speak on the subject, the American Foresters Association.
Ponder will play Concerto in B "An Apple of a Different Sort"; War- The civic group will meet Friday in
Minor by Handel, Sonata by Hinde- ren Brock, '40, speaking on "Down the Willard Hotel to discuss the na-
I ihMarks!"; Frank Firnschild '39
mith, Poeme by Ruygrok, and Sonata Wiak g'n tional park situation, while the direc-
in F Minor by Brahms. He will be the Doctor Away"; Anne Hawley, '0, tors will convene Monday in their
accompanied by Francis H. Hopper, I will tell "The Story Behind a Photo- headquarteis budiciesan dactiities
SM-Spec. graph"; Frances Sutherland, '39, will m _.
Mary Porter, '38SM, of Minot, N.D., speak on "Night Life in Heidelberg."
will give a graduation recital on the Students in each of the 15 sections
piano at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow in the of speech 31 selected a representative.; 1111111 17 =
School of Music Auditorium. Miss At a preliminary contest held Monday
Porter is the organist of the Congre- evening, the instructors reduced the
gational Church. 115 contestants to the above six. NOW PLAYING!

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he austere Supreme Court bench, Associate
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LOST AND FOUND

Library Series
Lectures At PennsylvaniaI
On Bibliographers j
Dr. Randolph G. Adams, director,
of the Clements Library, gave the
first lecture in the series sponsored
by Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach, interna-
tionally-known autnority and con-
noisseur or rare books, at the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania yesterday.
Dr. Adams will give three lectures
in the present series entitled "Three
Americanists." The first was "Henry
Harriss, Bibliographer." The second,
"George Brinley, Book Collector," will
be given Feb. 1, and the third, "Tho-
mas Jefferson. Librarian," on Feb.
15.
Dr. Rosenbach, who lives in Phila-
delphia, sponsors these lectures an-
nually at the University of Pennsyl-
vania, and they are published later
in book form. He recently paid
$100,000 for the original manuscript
of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonder-
land," and is well known among book
collectors as the most extensive book

Faculty Men Hear Prevost
Describe Normandy Life
Members of the Romance Lan-
guage, philosophy, history, and eco-
nomics departments heard Jean Pre-
vost. French journalist, describe
country life in Normandy yesterday at
a luncheon in his honor in the Union.
Prevost will leave for Detroit to-
day, where he will go through the
Ford Rouge plant.

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