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"HE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAOR NNETEMN,

THE MICHICAN DAily
Variety Of Courses

1

Literary College Summer Program Has

Variety Of Courses
Be Accented During Term

[Summer Gives [( 'ses Of Study Are Similar
I onnnrtnities To Regular Session Program

Speech Curriculum

Of Recreation
By BOB SPECKHARD
Bar Harbor, Maine, will have noth-
ing on Ann Arbor this summer as far
as recreational facilities are con-
cerned.
Barbour Gymnasium and the Wo-
mens' Athletic Building for the fairer
sex, Waterman Gymnasium and the
Intramural Building for men, pro-
vide extensive opportunity for all
cenceiveable forms of exercise. They
are open for the use of summer stu-
dents, both in classes and for in-
dividual activity, and their large,
modern, and well equipped physical
plants are the centers for the com-
prehensive program of intramural
athletics that will be conducted under
the supervision -'of the Intramural
Sports Department.
Sports Numerous

The College of Literature, Scienc
and the Arts again offers a full pro
'gram of Summer Session courses
most of which will give both gradu
ate and undergraduate credit.
Several of the great variety of sub-
jects that are offered for this sum
mer will give only undergraduatE
credit, and a few may be elected ir
the Graduate School for one-)alf o
the announced credit. The majority
of subjects may be elected by eithej
graduates or undergraduates, al-
though extra work is required in som
instances of the graduates.
Astronomy Offers Courses
The astronomy department offer4
for undergraduates courses in the sol-
ar system, stars and nebulae and an
elementary observational astronomy
For both classes of students, there are
studies in spherical astronomy and
a course in navigation. There will be
research carried on by graduates.

This program wil linclude compe- In botany several courses led by
titive play such as tennis, swimming, the regular elementary study are
baseball, playground ball, golf, hand- offered. Courses include study of
ball, squash, badminton, and similar systematic botany, soil microbiology,
games adapted to midsummer, and mycology and pathology, field and
also a number on noncompetitive i laboratory methods, cytology, and ad-
physically beneficial and recreational vanced plant physiology.
activities. To further the plan, the Anthoughathysaectgyrd
Board in Control of Physical Edu-' Although there are certain credit
cation has offered the facilities ofe regulations for subjects offered by
Fery ad SuthFery, iels, ostthe chemistry department, all stu-
Ferry and South Ferry, Fields, Yost dents may elect any of the courses
Field House, and the Intramural
Sports Building for the use of Sum- which include general and inorganic
mer Session students. f qualitative analysis, theoretical and
All this means that about 50 acres physical, physicochemical measure-
of playground space, on which are 44 men, quantitative analysis, organ-
tennis courts, a running track, and ic (several courses are included),
several baseball diamonds, plus the chemical history, analytical chemis-
indoor facilities will be provided for try and, finally, several advanced
the Summer Session students. The studies in these subjects.
latter includes 14 regulation handball Only One Archaeology Course
courts, a swimimng pool 75 feet long In archaeology, undergraduates
and 35 feet wide, and wrestling and may elect only a course in the life
boxing rooms. and art of Pompeii; for graduates
Many Classes Ararnged there are two courses in Roman an-
All the facilities of the Department tiquities.
of Physical Education for Women Besides the regular elementary eco-
will be available to Summer Session nomics given for undergraduates, all
students. Classes are to be organized students may elect in the economics
for instruction in tennis, golf, swim- department money and credit, in-
ming, archery, rhythms, tap dancing, ternational finance, labor, the mod-
and social dancing, and the facilities ern economic society, imperfect com-
will be available at other times for petition, economic deieloment ac-
those who do not wish instruction. counting and business cycles. Grad-
The 18-hole University Golf Course, uates may do work in economic the-
completed by the Athletic Associa- ory and American cult'ire and insti-
tion late in May 1930, will be open to tutons.
all students at nominal fees. This Students in the English depart-
full-length course embodies the best ment may do work in composition,
modern features of golf course de- advanced exposition, playwriting, cre-
sign, with holes of varying lengths ative writing, old English, Chaucer,
and character. ithey do not present I old Irish, American dialect geogra-
undue difficulty to the beginner. The phy, modern grammar, phonetics and
golf course area is distinctive for its the development of standard Eng-
beauty; trees are abundant, and the lish. English literature courses in-
land, high and rolling, overlooks elude poetry, English drama, Milton,
Ferry Field and the city. A complete early Victorian, modern drama,
automatic watering system for the Shakespeare, literature from 1600 to
fairways ensures excellent playing 1660 and the Restoration to 1730,
conditions throughout the summer American literature from the Revolu-
months. tion to the Civil War, American lit-

Taking a prominent place i the supervision of high school forensic The prerequisites for admission to dramatic art which serve as a lab-
e erature since 1870, modern novel, summer curriculum will be exten- contests. (7) graduate symposiums, the concentration program in speech oratory workshop for all students
- and the teaching of English. sive courses in speech and speech (8) speech conferences, ard (9) stu- are speech 31 and any other three who are interested in any or all of
>> Graduates mayntake proseminars correction.hd dent-faculty luncheons. hour course in speech. A knowledge the theatre arts. The aim is to em-
-in Renaissance, English drama, the According to the~ speech depart- Before electing courses in the of the structure and functions of phasize actual theatre practice and
classical period, rhetoric and criti- ment's summer bulletin the courses speech department, all students, un- the organs of speech, as taught in to assist the student in arriving at
- cism, the Victorian period, American speech 35, is extremely valuable, and theories of acting and production
- literature, creative writing, colonial in speech are intended to promote dergraduate and graduate, must con-
SAmerican literature and 19thl century two main purposes: (1) To educate fer with Prof. G. E. Densmore, chair- should supplement the other courses. through careful study and practical
e Americanliterature.anthe ntare y egn tdnman of the department, 3211 Angell Students concentrating in speech experience.
n American literature. There are also the general student in the fundai-
f studies in diction, usage, criticism. nentals of speech---public or pri- Hall, for assignment to departmental should have their elections approved Opportunity to attend the speech
y studes in ditous ge riticit fs. na ofn peech b li or i-d advisors. During the registration per- before going ahead with their work. clinic e abiished by the Institute
r The fine arts department offers 'ote - including both organized ' iod, all members of the staff will be Among the special opportunities for Human Adjustment is also ex-
- only a course in American paiting, knowledge and personal proficiency; available for consultation at 3211 listed for students enrolled in the tended to summer session students.
Geography Lists Courses and (2) to epare ealy in Angell Hall. . summer session are the courses in The speech clinic has been created
efied students to become teachers in to fulfill a fourfold purpose: to con-
The geography department's list one or more phases of speech edu- t resea oributing to aon-
of courses includes studies in region- ation. duct research contributing to a bet-
s al, economic and commercial geog- Mentioned as pssible fields for ve o a o v ars ter scientific understanding of speech
MentionedMaas possiblelfieldsefarso ~and the etiology of speech defects;
n thy psp acnd problems are ao speech majors are dramatic art, both tdotrain students for work in the
onteprspecv andar Underacting and producing, radio broad-' Demonstration teaching will be elementary and a rural school class- diagnosis of speech defects; to en-
Sseveral other courses whi ay ta- casting, work in speech correction conducted at Marshall this summer room containing all grades. Graduate list and organize the interest of
slude field work and the biological and physiological by faculty of the School of Educa- students will observe the experimen- persons associated with the care of
gys d k aspects of linguistics and phonetics. tion and the Division of Hygiene and tal techniques used in teaching these children in bringing about a pro-
psGeology courses include work in Throughout the summer session, Public Health to illustrate effective students and will participate in con- gram of prevention of speech de-
i a, physiography of Eastern United students in th department may avail teaching techniques and the incor- ducting activity programs. fects; and to render direct service to
ton, physiographyofEsenUid
States, stratigraphy and paleontol- hemselves of the following special poration of hygiene into the curricu- Teachers enrolling in the graduate handicapped individuals through
opportunities: (1) Theatre Arts, (2) lum of the elementary and rural school will receive six hours credit. clinical examination, diagnosis, and
fhe Speech Clinic, (3) the broadcast- school. Further lectures and conference with treatment.
Courses to he given by the Ger- I ing studio, (4) the anatomical lab- Children attending the school for educators participating in the Sum- The summer session of the speech
pranic languages department will in- oratory, (5) a course in the psychol- the half day will be divided into mer Session will also provide addi- department will begin Monday, June
ciude, besides elementary work, scien- ogy of speech, (6) a course in the three groups: early elementary, late tional curriculum guidance. 24, and will close Friday, August 16.
t ific German, advanced composition, --- ______ ____ __
advanced conversation, comedy, Go-
thic, old Icelandic and seminars in
Schiller and Lessing.
Greek courses are scheduled to in-
clude work in elementary Greek, Eur-
ipides and mythology.
Study Plan Devised
A comprehensive plan of study has
been arranged by the history de-
partment which will offer study in
elementary European, French revolu-
dcti, the United Sattes, the Ancient
Near East, Rome, the age of the
Crusades, European nationalism, Eur-
ope from 1870 to the World War,
the present war, England, and the
causes and character of the Ameri-
can Revolution, the Antislavery move-
ment, Hispanic America. Graduates
may do work in mediaeval and early
modern times, Elizabethan and Stu-
art England, the United States, His-
panic America, recent European his-
tory, American history, American cul-
ture and research.
The journalism school will be open
again this summer with a full course
being offered. Features will include
principles, feature writing, advertise-
nent writing, the community news-
paper, magazine writing and journal-
ism teaching.
Latin Offered
The Latin deparminent will offer,
among other subjects, courses in me-
diaeval Latin, Cicero, Virgil, Suet-
onius, writing, paleaography and a
seminar in Catullus.
The Summer Session will offer full
curricula in library science, mathe-
matics and physics, psychology, Ro-
mance languages, and sociology.
Highlights in the philosophy courses
to be given include the study of aes-
thetics, social philosophy and the
philosophy of value. Russian lang-
uage will be offered. The speech de-
partment will carry a complete roll
of courses, one of the largest in the
College of Literature, Science and the
Arts.
The zoology department will offer
a large program of study including
embryology of vertebrates, ornithol-
ogy, genetics, and comparative physi-1 /4
ology. Advanced sociology studies will
be provided for graduates. These are
fisheries biology, ichthyology, em-
bryology, cytology, protozoology, hel-
minthology, animal physiology, gen-
etics, ornithology and mammalology.

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A NNOUNCEMENT
TO SUMMER STUDENTS!
* GOOD FOOD - Excellently Prepared
0 New, Modern, Sound-Proofed Dining Room
0 20 MEALS $4.75
9 Efficient Cooling System
* Individual Meals at Popular Prices.
MICHI6AN WOLVERINE
STUDENT COOPERATIVE - INC.
"The Students' Own Dining Club"
ANN ARBOR * MICHIGAN
209 SOUTH STATE (opposite Lane Hall)
Phone 2-1 124

Observatory Open
During Summer
The University Astronomical Ob-
servatory, situated about a half-mile
northeast of the campusbnear the
University hospital, will be main-
tained during the summer session to
provide instruction for students in
astronomy, and to permit the con-
tinuance of laboratory work in as-
tronomy.
In addition to its complement of
three telescopes, the observatory has
a library of more than three thou-
sand technical works, including near-
ly complete files of the astronomical
periodicals and of the publications of
Iobservatoiries.

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