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September 28, 1949 - Image 3

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U' Extension
Service Adds
New Classes
Offered Pro gram
Five New Cities
Five more cities will receive
University extension courses this
month when the extension service
begins classes for the first time in
the northern part of Michigan's
lower peninsula.
Michael Church, supervisor of
extension work in the Saginaw-
Bay City-Midland area, is ar-
ranging the educational program
which will be given in Traverse
City, Cadillac, Cheboygan, West
Branch, and Alpena.
' * *
"COURSES WILL be held in
the cities' high schools through
cooperation of the local superin-
tendants of instruction," Church
According to Everett J. Soop,
extension service director, this
is the first time that a class-
work program has been set up
on a regular semester basis in
that area, although scattered
courses and one day conferences
have been held occasionally.
A credit course in psychology of
elementary school subjects will be
offered in all five centers. Other
courses to be given are:
Traverse City: conduct of meet-
ings, effective club leadership, so-
cial case work LI, psychology of
child development, real estate ap-
praising I.
Cadillac: conduct of meetings,
effective club leadership, real es-
tate business I, problems of su-
pervision I.
Cheboygan and West Branch:
conduct of meetings, effective club
Alpena: problems of supervi-
sion I.
Union Smoker
Students interested in climbing
to campus prominence via the
Michigan Union will be introduced
to Union activities at a smoker to
be held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow
night on the Union's third floor.
Any male student eligible for
participation in extra-curricular
activities may attend this meet-
'Cesar' Scheduled
"Cesar," a French movie star-
ring the famed comedian Raimu,
will be shown for the second time
at 8 p.m. tonight in Hill Audito-
originally scheduled for last
Saturday and Sunday evenings,
the showing of "Cesar" was post-
poned because of translation dif-
Special classes in typewriting, for
personal or office use. Hours ar-
ranged at your convenience. Day
and Evening Classes. Phone 78:11
or call at our office for details.
No obligation.
HAMILTON Business College
William at State Ph. 7831
Continuous from 1 P.M
r eJon n i

k bserve Ordinances,
Warns Police Chief
Bike enthusiasts, take note- number of local accider
the accent in crowded Ann Arbor year involving bikes (39)
these days is on cycling eitquette. slashed in half or less, he
A warning to this effect was is- Bicycles should be locke
sued students yesterday by local times, the department
Chief of Police Casper Enkeman.
He feels too many University ped- Only by doing so can a
alers are cycling to and from cam- be reasonably safe from
pus ignorant of thy city's bicycle thefts, he added.
ordnances. Chief Enkeman also advi
thusiasts to keep, their
First STEP after answeringrk good condition. It is p
s ,, ala'rly important that brake
that "Bike for Sale" ad is to se- and lights be well cared
cure an Ann Arbor bicycle license, said.
at the City Clerk's office in City The department report
Hall. These set students backsthdeparhmenrort
only 25 cents and entitfe them to students who feels m dout
a full year's cycling privileges. any bicycle, or autonob
a f r iquirement or regulation m
A copy of the city Bicycle Ord- tact the Traffic Bureau, Ci
nance may be picked up along for clarification.
with the license, he said.
. A strong white light in front
and a rear reflector lamp are ne-
cessities, Chief Enkeman warned.
He noted that many complaints

SP rengling To
Teaeli Arabie
Martin Sprengling, professor
emeritus of semitics at the Uni-
versity of Chicago, will teach
courses in Moslem history and
civilization and elementary Arabic
this year.


Students interested in Prof. i citing improperly outfitted vehi-
Sprengling's course may contact cles, especially about students rid-
the Department of Near Eastern ing at night without lights, have
Studies. been received lately from alert
Prof. Sprengling will be here for citizens.
one year. He has written several * *
books, most prominent being the PAY THE same amount of at-
"Rise and Development of the Al- tention to traffic regulations, rid-
phabet." He will arrive in Ann ing and parking, that a motorist
Arbor on Monday. would, he added. By so doing, the
New Faculty Members Join
Journalism, Forestry Staffs

Prof. Kenneth P. Davis has re-
turned to take over a faculty post
in the School of Forestry, and Ed-
mund Wooding has been added to
the journalism department staff.
After receiving his masters and
doctors degrees here at the Uni-
versity, Prof. Davis has worked as
a ranger for the United States
Forest Service. He eventually be-
came Chief of the Division of For-
est Management.
RECENTLY HE held the posi-
tion of the Dean of the School of
Forestry at the University of Mon-
Prof. Davis left Montana to
take over what he calls 'the top
teaching job in the country in
the field for forest managment."
His regard for the University
and his interest in professional
forestry were chief factors in
causing him to accept the posi-
tion according to Prof. Davis.
Wooding, former associate copy
director for a New York advertis-
ing agency, will conduct courses in
public relations and ad writing as
a visiting associate professor.
VISITING journalism lecturers
for the fall semester are: Waldo
and his
Formerly Del Elliot
Available Again
For your Dancing Pleasure
Phone 8470 or 8856

McNaught, pictorial journalism;
Arthur Callagher, copy reading
and editing; Laurence Prakkeh,
magazine format; Leslie Merritt,
community newspapers; and Karl
Zeisler, editorial writing.
Alpha EPsilon P1
A new fraternity, the Omega
Deuteron chapter of the Alpha Ep-
silon Pi, made its entry on campus
:ecently with an installation ban-
quet at the Michigan Union.
University representatives led
by Dean Erich A. Walter; John
Gwin, administrative assistant,
and Rabbi Herschel Lyman of the
Hillel Foundation attended the
The installation ritual was held
at the chapter house at 1912
Geddes. Present at both banquet
and ritual were national Alpha
Epsilon Pi leaders.
Prof. Irving Copilowish of the
philosophy department is the fra-
ternity adviser.
Hostelers To Meet
The University of Michigan Hos-
teling club will hold its first meet-
ing of the fall semester at 7:15
p.m. today in Lane Hall.
Today's meeting is open to all
interested students. Movies of
youth hostel activities will be
shown and plans for the future
will be discussed.
Early 'Cleriont'
Pa.-Robert Fulton's first boat
was not his famous steamship, but
a little paddle wheel boat which
he sailed in a rain barrel at the
age of 14, according to the sole
surviving witness of the sight.



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