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WEDNESDAY,JUE2,15
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Summer Session schedule is filled to capacity with u. l . l
tary conferences and workshops, and camps situated aloet~
Statue and in Ontario.
Most of the activity will end August 17. Themebr f>
University faculty who are on the summer staff have m rbedby9eniiin.fcuty me b rsbrug te- h
cees and universities all over the country and four from ra 2
Belgium asnd the Netherlands.
11771E UNITED STATES in World Affairs" Wil be the ofi ele
the annual summer lecture series. Beginning July 5, with a l ayL
Harold H. Fisher of the Hoover Institute and Library at Safr
University, the series will feature five other prominent authortesi
the field of world affairs and will -------~

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vacant' in Febr Iuary enW: -t-
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president folloin there
tion of - Robert P. Ir s
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uated from Michiga(,'. te.i
1941 and received 1isnt~r
gree in business.,; iustah-
here in 1947. LreDa iuring the " r,
Army Air Corps.

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discuss this country's position in
the wvorld today.
Today. Algo D. Henderson, Pro-
fessor of Higher Education will
speak on "The Role of Vocational
Education in the Education Pro-
gram" at 4:00 p.m. at Schorling
Auditorium, University High
School. This lecture is part of the
series of afternoon lectures in edu-
cation. The series itself is a pre-
view of the Summer Education
Conference which will be held
here from July 16 to July 20.
Cognated with the education
lectures is a Workshop in Inter-
n=:tional Education which is be-
ii-, offered by the University
t is summer. This will be the
first time that the University
has offered such a workshop.
It wvill deal with the subject of
education as a world force. High-
liyht of the workshop will bea
field trip to the summer schools
of Ontario in Canada where the
students will have a chance to see
French and English language

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- IN ADDITION to facultyre-
-tals, there are fourteen special1 in-
Sstitutes and conferences s(,ed!- d
dThe Linguistic Progr4,M VhhX1be
gan June 21 and which will cn
tinue until August 17 is featucn
specialized courses and lectures af
this field,
A conference of English Teal-
ers, designed to consider p'b
rlems in the teaching of literatr
in high school, is scheduled on faod ys nd i eg n J1-.
i- Also, a speech conference sllb
a held July 20 and 21, anda -
is tional Band Conductors Center
ie ence Workshop is set for July
e 23-27"
,e "Growth and IDiff rt: .; ;,
will be the title of a ;ripso
on the biological s~iences hi;
is slated for July 9-20.Ana
Biophysics symposium wii ll
from July 23 to August 10.
Scheduled for July 1-3i
Conference on the Rehabilitatis
of the Handicapped Worker:eve:
Forty.
There will be three conferfoenceseahrs T
teaching conference will beon
July 12, a school and common->ir
orchestra conference is slat for
July 13 and a school vocal rts~
conference will be held July 1-.

schools in operation at alllel.
The University's Museum ofAtr
will feature three exhibits dcr? '
the summer session. The firtt
"Fifty Master Prints from the_-
Rosenwald Collection," willgon
display Sunday in the Musu
galleries in Alumni Memorial 1al.

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and several special events:n a
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credit at eight camrs.The a
elude the Biological S ;ttion.D-
las Lake, Mich., with courte; A
botany and zoology; Camp Dvs
Jackson, Wyoming, which f a_.n'
field courses in geology ani sun
veying; the Fresh Ai' Ca,
Pinckney, Mich., with labo'aon
courses in education, psyeliolot'
social work and sociology;Can
Filibert Roth, Iron River, 2~ei.
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try and antural resources; andyht
Geography Camp, Soney, M7ii.,
with field work in geogiaphy.
IAlso, there are Camp Killrney
Manitoulin district. Ontario,whr
archaeological field work is b c n-
featured; National Music Ca,-
Interlochen, Mich., whet e ter
are University level courses in ni_
sic, physical education, spech and
art; and the Speech Improxemen
Camp, Northport, Mich., where_
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Journalism 51, a course i i
evolution of the Amer'icaunews
paper, will be offered this sum-.,-
mer despite its exclusion from te C.
official time schedule. (1'11
Journalism department officials '
announced yesterday that, owiu
to a clerical mistake, academic a-~1
visers had not been informed t
course would be given as parteo
the regular summer curr iculurn. f~
Students who wish to enroll i
the two-hour course may do so h l
the journalism office at 512 rao
Classes will be held at 9 a.ni.To-
day through Friday in theSn-
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The course is a survey ofAnin
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