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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Post Graduate
Dental Course
Opens Monday
Fifty Dentists Expected To
Enroll In Extra Work
In Public Health Field
Over 50 dentists are expected to
enroll in the two-week series of post-
graduate courses in dentistry which
open next Monday, it was announced
yesterday. The courses will be re-
peated in June.
Classes in the postgraduate pro-
gram will cover such subjects as chil-
dren's dentistry, complete denture
prosthesis, minor oral surgery, opera-
tive dentistry, partial denture pros-
thesis, preventive dentistry, parodon-
tal diseases, root survey and radiology.
Incuded in the program will be lec-I
tures, demonstrations, and clinical in-
struction. Auxiliary subjects in the
fields of public health service and lay
education will be offered. Staff mem-
bers of the University Hospital, med-
ical school -staff, school of education
and department of psychology along
with outside teachers and practition-
ers, will cooperate with the regular
dental school faculty. Dr. P. H. Jes-
erich is director of postgraduate
dental education.
The annual "homecoming" of den-
tal school alumni will take place on
Feb. 9 this year, it was revealed.
Timed to come during the postgrad-
uate courses. it will offer an all-day

600 Homeless As Midwinter Floods Devastate Illinois

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\Voziiieki M1'ade
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DETROIT, Jan. 25.-UP)-The Most
Rev. Stephen S. Wozn:cki was conse-
crated today as titular Bishop of PelteI
in Asia Minor and auxiliary bishop
of Detroit,
The ceremony was performed in the
Church of the Blessed Sacrament!
here. Assisting Archbishop Edward!
Mooney in the service were Bishop
Joseph C. Plagens of Marquette and
the Most Rev. William Joseph Hafey.t
v .:.coadjutor Bishop of Scranton, Pa.
The ceremony was witnessed by an!
audience of 1,500, including fiveI
archbishops, 17 bishops and 40 mon-
. **~:;>;r: signori, as well as the new bishop's
parents from Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
two of its tributaries pushed over
Eastern Iowa and Southern Wiscon- THE CONQUEROR OR MORPHEUS.
Rockford, Ill.Recipe for staying awake after mid-
night during exam week-three cokes,
ing on a tip, located Turnerand three cups of coffee. Drink alternate-:
found he had a quantity of candy. ly over a period of 15 minutes.
cigarettes and gum in his apartment.
Later they questioned Shipley, who
conf essed.
RIDER'S ' SY

Fl InasimIlle Exhihited
""Of ( I"e'" Bible
A facsimile of the Gutenberg Bible,
made from an original in the Preus-
siche Staatsbibliothek in Berlin, under
the direction of Dr. Paul W Schenke,
and purchased by the library out of
the bequest of Charles Azra Deni-
son, '94L, forms the main part of this
week's library exhibit in the main
floor show cases.
The Gutenberg Bible, "without the
slightest exaggeration is the earliest
and greatest book in the world,"
gained so muchprominence in 1911
from a bibliographical sketch by Sey-
mour De Ricci, eminent French biblio-
grapher, that the facsimiles were
made.
'In some ways we are almost hap-
pier to have the facsimile than the
real Bible," said Ella M. Hymans, cu-
rator of rare books at the library.
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Swollen by unseasonal rains, the Rock River in Northern Illinois and
their banks driving more than 600 families from their homes. Portions of
sin were also affected. This was the scene in the northwestern section of

program featured by a luncheon at
the Union.
Chief speakers at the reunion will
be Dr. Frederick G. Novy, dean-emeri-
tus of the Medical School and Prof.
:toward Y. McClusky of the School
of Education. President Ruthven will
greet the group.
Child Research
PaperFinished
Education School To Print
First Monograph Soon
The first in the new series of re-
search publications of the School of
Education under the title "University
of Michigan Monographs in Educa-
tion" will be published and ready for
distribution early in February. The.
first paper will be "Verbal Influences
on Children" by Dr. Marguerite Wil-
ker Johnson.
A substantial gift from the local
chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, hon-
orary education fraternity, has made
possible the establishment of the
series and the first monograph has
been subsidized by a grant from the
General Education Board as a part
of a program of research in child de-
velopment in the University Elemen-
tary School. Publication of the series
is under the control of the Committee
or Graduate Study in Education.
The series will include doctoral dis-
sertation selected in consideration of
such qualities as novelty of the prob-
lem, significance of the study in con-
tributing to educational theory, and
breadth of application. Studies con-
ducted by members of the faculty of
the School of Education, as in the case
of Dr. Johnson, will also be included.

Free Book List
The textbooks listed below are avail-
able to students under the free text
book lending library plan. Applications
for use of books may be made through
academic counselors, or through the
offices of Dean Lloyd and Dean Bursley.
Students in the engineering college may
make application to Prof A. D. Moore.
Bye, Raymond T. Principles of eco-
nomics. 1932. (1).
Campbell, Harry L. The working, heat
treating, and welding of steel. Lab-
oratory assignments. 1935. (1).
Carrington, Herbert D., & Holzworth,
Charles. German composition; with
notes and vocabularies 1921. (2).
Chaffee, E. L. Physical laboratory;
manual. 1919. (1).
Chapman, Frank Miller, & Henle,
Paul. The fundamentals of logic.
1933. (1).
Chase, Stuart, & Schlink, F. J. Your
Money's Worth. 1927. (1).
Clough, S. B. Visual outline of mod-
ern history. Part 2. 1933. (1).
Coker, Francis William. Readings in
political philosophy. 1929. (1).
Corneille, Le Cid; tragi-comedie. (1).
Cooley, Charles Horton; Angell, R. C.
Carr, L. J. Introductory sociology.
1933. (3).
Cross, Arthur Lyon. A shorter history
ofEngland and Greater Britain.
1934-29. (2).
Cubberly, Ellwood P. An introduction
to the study of education and to
teaching. 1925. (1).
Cubberly, Ellwood P. Public education$
in the U. S. 1934. (2).
Curel, Francois de La nouvelle idole;
piece en trois actes. 1924. (1).
Curts, Paul Holroyd. A short German
Grammar. 1933. (1).
Daudet, Alphonse. L'Arlesiennie; piece
en trois actes et cinq tableaux. 1932.
(1),
Dickens, Charles. The posthumous
papers of the Piewick Club. 1926.
(1).
Dickson, Leonard Eugene. First course
in the theory of equations. 1922. (1).
Donaldson, Bruce M., & Adams, A. A.
An introduction to the history of
art; prehistoric period to the ren-
aissance. 1922. (2.)
Douglass, Aubrey A. The American
school system. 1934. (1).
Dumas, Alexander. Le chevalier de
Maison-Rouge. 1907. (1).
Dumas, Alexander. D'Artagnan: epi-
sode des' "Trois Mousquetaires."
1933. (1).
Duncan, John Charles. Astronomy; a
text book. 1930. (1).
Dunham, Howard F. Quinz contes
francais. Edited with vocabulary
and notes. 1936. (1).
Eichendorff, Joseph Freiherr von. Aus
dem leben eines Taugenichts. 1931.
(1).
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays and
poems of Emerson .1921. (1).
Estaunie, Edouard. L'appel de la
route; edited by Marjorie Henry.
1926. (1).

Local Boys Steal
From Blind Vendor
Two youths who allegedly burglar-
ized the pop-corn stand of a blind
man waived examination in justicej
court yesterday. They were bound to
circuit court on charges of breaking
and entering at night.
The two, Floyd Turner, 19 years
old, and Robert Shipley, 18 years old,,
are accused of looting the stand of
Floyd Torrey which is located at 328
E. Liberty. Even before the burglary
had been discovered, detectives, act-

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Golden-haired Rosamond Pinchot
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and niece of former Gov. Gifford
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Cercle Francais Lecture
Indefinitely Postponed
The Cercle Francais lecture origin-
ally scheduled for today has been
postponed until a later date, it wasl
announced yesterday. Prof. Anthony
J. Jobin of the romance languages de-
partment whose talk was to be given
today. spoke on Jan. 12 in place oft

Mr. James C. O'Neill. Evans, M. B. & Roseler, R. O. College
Mr. Abraham Herman will give the German. 1935. (2).
next lecture on Feb. 23. Das Rheinland; easy readings. 1934.
Everett, Edward S., Hem, George D.,
CIVIL SERVICE BOARD MEETS & Schenk, Philip L. Michigan desk-
A discussion of state employees' book of English. 1935-6. (3).
salary schedules and the proposed re- Ford, Walter Burton. A brief course
classification of jobs and titles will in analytic geometry and the ele-
be held by the state civil service com- ments of curve fitting. 1924. (1).
mission at a meeting here today. (Continued in Tomorrow's Issue)

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