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SUMMER SCHOOL OFFERS MOST VARIED PROGRAM IN HISTORY

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With courses ranging from "Political Thought in Greek Literature from Homer to Plato" by Werner Jaeger, of the University of Berlin, to some on propaganda methods of modern dictators and Roosevelt's agricultural policies, the Summer School will open its sixty-seventh session by offering the most varied and complete program in its history.

Featuring 45 scholars from 30 universities in Europe, Asia, and the United States, practically a complete college curriculum will be offered in the 200-odd courses and lecture series comprising the school. Current problems will be emphasized in courses conducted by American and European authorities.

Kirtley F. Mather, professor of Geology, will again direct the summer session.

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