At Ann Arbor

Fifteen hundred of the 2,100 members of the Modern Language Association of America attended its annual meeting at the University of Michigan. These men and women are teachers of English, German or the Romance languages. The organization is worldwide. Its discussions center on methods of teaching and on new discoveries in literature and phonetics.

Dr. Marion LeRoy Burton, President of the University of Michigan, in a speech of welcome discussed the desire of the American college student for freedom to think for himself. "The English student...

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