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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1939

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Hopwood Awards For Creative
Weriting Given During Summer

the Department of English or in the
Department of Joumralism. You
must not have won a major Hop-
wood contest. And your entries must
not have received a prize in a former
Hopwood contest or have been pub-
lished in "a medium other than a col-,
lege magazine or college newspaper."
For those of us who follow the
search and strike method of typing,
the preparation of Hopwood entries is
a long and tedious process. Manu-,
scripts must be typed, double-spaced,
on one side of the paper only. The
catch is .that three copies-two car-
bons will do-of each unit must be
submitted. And the entries must be
firmly bound in a durable cover.
Originality has its day in the se-
lection of nom de plumes which must
accompany each manuscript. These
have ranged from "Daniel Boone" to
"Antitranssubstantiationalism." The
contestant hides his real identity in
an envelope until the judges have de-
cided that "Man O' War" has won
the bonus and delve into the envelope
to see who is behind the ,mask.
All mansucripts shall be in the
Hopwood Room by 4:30 p.m. Friday
of the seventh week of the Summer
Session, and the lucky winners will
receive their checks Thursday af-
ternoon of the last week of the ses-
sion.
Facilities Of General,
Branch Libraries Open
Complete facilities of the General
Library and the departmental libra-
ries will be available this summer
during the entire Summer Session.
Although only half the number of
students attend the Summer Session
as are present during the regular
term, the pressure on library services
remains substantially the same.
Special service will be given to the
Institute of Far-Eastern and Latin
American Studies, while many re-
search scholars who are-either taking
only a few hours of work or are not
entered in the University will be
served. The rare book room and the
files, and: the files of journals and
documents are used well during the
summer.

Engineering College
Program Announced
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applied elasticity, and stability of
j lastic structures.
A few classes in engineering Eng-
lish will be offered and will be given
by Prof. Burkland, and Prof. Walton.
The work will be a study of oral expo-
sition, expository writing, short story,
report writing and American litera-
ture.
Undergraduate and graduate classes
in mathematics will also be conduct-
ed. College algebra, plane and solid
analytic geometry, trigonometry, cal-
culus, Fourier's series, graphical
methods, vector analysis, and the
mathematics of relativity will be
taught.
Study of machine design, heat en-
gines, thermadynamics, heating and
ventilation will be combined with the

necessary laboratories in the mechan-
icl engineering department. Mecha-
nism and mechanical drawing will
feature three courses: elementary and
advanced drawing, and descriptive
geometry.
Courses offered in the engineering
school during the summer are of ne-
cessity directed toward undergraduate
work of basic charcater because of
the requirement made of all members
of the school to include at least one
summer of work in their curriculum.
Since most departments require this
work to be between the sophomore
and junior years, a large percentage
of summer school engineering stu-
dents are juniors. A definite aim has
been made however to accommodate
the technical men seeking further
training, and the students making up
past work. Laboratories are open to
graduate workers, but since most of
these are enrolled in the graduate
school, there is a comparatively small
graduate population jn the engineer-
ing college.

First year courses will be offered by
the School of Business Administra-
tion during the coming Summer Ses-
sion with the aim of allowing stu-
dents who attend the regular session
part time to continue their work to-
ward graduation.
There are no formal requirements
for admission to the courses offered,
being open to all who may pursue
them to advantage. Admission to
study in the school, however is not
an admission to candidacy for a de-
gree unless the usual requirements of

the regular session have been com-
plied with.
Industrial relations under Profes-
sor Jamison will be offered as a study!
of the problems and conditions sur-
rounding the employer and employe.
Professor Gault will offer a course in
marketing principles which deals with
the problems involved in getting
goods from the producer to the con-
sumer. The case method will be
largely used., A sequel course to mar-
keting principles will also be offered
by Professor Gault continuing the

work pursued in the former course.
Financial principles I and II will be
offered for students whose field of
concentration lies outside the field of
finance, and serves to establish a
closer acquaintanceship will finan-
cial problems for such people.
Other courses will feature work in
a basic business law course, foreign
investments in Latin American, em-
phasizing a reference to the United
States and a special problems course
in the same subject further relating
to the United States.

First Year Business Courses, Offered

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Summer-time or Winter -time,

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Allenel Service Remains the Same
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during the entire year. When looking for a quiet booth for your-
self or tables for a party, go to the ALLENEL. Our chefs are famous
to students for their tempting lunches and delicious sea-food din-
ners. For pleasant service and an enjoyable time, visit the Taproom

Toilet Articles
Prescriptions
Drug Sundries
Fountain Service
Students' Supplies

or Dining Room of the ALLENEL HOTEL.

PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR SPECIAL PARTIES

LIGHT LUNCHES
Served at our Fountain
SWIFT'S DRUG STORE
340 South State Street

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