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VOL V. NO. 122.

UNIVERSITY 7OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

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IS IT AN EXTRAVAGANCE I
,EXPENDITURES HAVE NOT BEEN
UNWARRANTED.
JMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN
SIMPLY UP WITH THE TIMES.
,ethod of Education Better Than
in 1865-Other Institutions No
Better, Though Spending More
Money-Needed Appropriation.
It has always been a matatet' of pre'
to the frienids' of thebcuniversity of
-Aiiehigan Iliht the instiution lhs beeii
aL leatder in saping, the euncationl
sfieees of this eontiry. It los
-eved'as g. model for th nivrsities
,Of iiaiiy of fthe western states, and
tnoetods of instruction have re-
evth eIa. pprobatiit of leaditg ed-
ctrs of IEusrope as well as those of
lihetUnit(d States.
In iefesing to lihe position of the
Linoversly ta ioeiber of the Dtnet
- 'ibunsis staff says in his report of
the fnnces of te institution, pub
lished Ml'oday: "11 is a matte of
,cordIhowever, liafthe sasdigof
he I niversity among edncaional in-
stitutions ws'as the very est when the
,epeinditures were stiuehi more nodest
thin 't the present t ia." Tie tentd-
eary of the article is toward aii at-
tenmpt to show tast te addiionual-
proriation of $10710100 asked for is
not justified by the seeds of the Iini-
-versiy.
Dturing the past thirty years the
tUniversity lists had Into Imthe cost-
petitiosn of rival instititios, whils
have been flly eusipted wills sil
lisat is necessary to give the cott 251-
cation. The standard of education
nd the mnasner of teacing Isv, y
-dvanced consider. 'ly sice 18)5.
,i e that time the homieopathice asod
ental colleges and thoi school o
pharsoacy Is.ve beets added to thedde-
partnments of th 'Univr iy. Te
-nmbiler of tpersons compoxsing the fa-
'ulties of the literary, sedicl anti law
cdpttrtsonts lsinlcre. ed froststhirty
1o 120, while tie utber of courses
tffered in the leriry departmoent
alone has aeenincreased from hes
than 100 in 185 toX0 for te yoat
1893-4.
Thirty years ago a professor was
required to giv nstrction in averal
subjecswiith usualy had no relt-
tion to each other sd fot the teach-
ing of sonme of which lewas likely to
'have no aptitude The psenct systemn
of te.a'ling is in hno- wists all eftiet
'ismproemensot the past qartr cn-
tory. At the peset tisetsh~e stden
receives Instrutiont frostsn "epert"
'in a given stodv, just l~b operates
of one of teDtsoit ribnes "Hr
g ollaler'tmaehisses ts taught by a
-man who is fasiliar -wills the workin
of that typesettintg muachine.
As an example of te it provnem -ss
whichhavbaaen made the asount o
-workt done in thitsedical dso iton
'may b citd. Tbe present eus
comprises'four ears of thorough in
sruetion, comelling severe asturysn
setlug a sadard which is rcog
nized by the I edial professo' a
equal to sy in lbe world. Thsha
obe x an d -from -'lb cat' ooff e

an 1895),whichi consisted of two ternms
of six tnootots act.
Tse ttprovenett inthie work of
theo law desparftooentliss been equal to
that of the medicalt departmsett. Sisce
18f65 the sawsottrse liss beets extenidcds
frosno two terms, givintg twelve mtontto
o1 istruoction, ost course of two year,
whicboh will bso at onsee lentlee-tl 'a
year Thumssober of professors le-
turers ant inisttctosshass beetoits'
creasse'uifromstre-'to twenty.
Isomaing s"'tois ' I --isee isothe
sisetlooss of isstutioos the Uivtitersiy
has tot en etr'av'agantt. As i'ss--
dent Asgeil says liti Iis report, "iso this
Untivrityosoe doll'r is sooade to io
the 'iok of fromo two to three do-
tots in the other' uoivrsties' of the
samo class Cornell Chicago. Yale.
CotslubaosinlHar'sa'td with terex-
penisiturtes of lst ysitofss ttbSle-
twceun$500000 'ndl $t,'75060. do not.
offer soreatitractive'sasitdhpoitablet
cousres than -Mihigai. Horvrdes
,heooly otte of these itstttons
wvhichi haos a Ilrger siuiobes' of stut
deuts.
Thouesit tof the 'Unsivest- co'set
ty the desired atoprotratons ae its
sdetail asofollows:
The reitobsrsssett of $0,000 ts
the g enier'al fund is reutested 'l'his
is needed for expesses icured mael inss
ly in the recosstructiont of te hetisg
plant. The old tplnst hd isnsben it sse
aboutf twsensty 'y'ears anied ''as ctiti'ly
Isnadequate.Ie t ws's slootglttbest to
cosstruct the news'slati so flat an
eslrgemtet 'owitsiot be neessary for
a numssbr of ye-rsits order to sve
the coletionsin lihr oe tseuomosfrom
ruin tbeBordI of ftc" 'sswsas obi it
to tlaco1ase'svroot onthlat biling.
Theo presestaton of te Coumobians or-
gan necesitaed eli-n-es in Lniverity
hatt for is reception. All this 'sorc
cassed 'stoovedat of f$20000n the
general fond.
Eli trie lights are teessary in r-
taino (eprftments of the Univeriy,
notbly its )ho istitals. ttd sts
'sho are obliged to use the library can
testify to thos. inperfectfsystemo of
lightisngtno'sw in use. Thoe neessa.'ry
btuiling assd po'ser ar t hasd ot
the camptus std it liss ben estisated
sby xpers that $,000 a yar can b
saved to the University by the ceon-
strucfion of this plant. It will flins
pay its cost in less than five years.
1 The uto of $15000 is asked fr re-
pairs in the chesical laboratory
T'hattorfion of te lboratory 'swhi'h
'svws first buil is old sndtdhe ceiisgs
asand floors are 'sor out.
cA hotme for the speritendenet ans
tesnurses and a'eisisg room, ktch-ci
tansI lassndry are noeded 't the hospi
S-ab. A bsilding i desiredl for this
t urpose and the sumi of $2000 is re
-quested.
o In order to acconmodat fbi.go's-
;Ing, needs of te law department as
addition is needd to th ls'svuild
laIg, aecuring an enargemenest to tts
freading room, a lecture room and lbs
tcontrucion of a fire-proof book stack
eThe present library can accotosoodat'
i- lut 200 students, es thass ote-thib's
Il the total nusmber. Tbe Chiltahn1-
;- Buh bequest of $10011) ill b avail
s , abe for thepurhas o law book
Swhen some provision is tade to pre
d- CONTINUEFD ON THtRD PA E.

ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE.
MIRTH AND MUSIC TONIGHT,
BUT BUSINESS TOMORROW-
HOW THE LEGISLATIVE PARTY
WILL BE ENTERTAINED.
Reception and Concert Tonight-
Inspection of the University To-
morrow Morning and Afternoon-
Arrive at 0 O'clock.
Arr'snoemtetsl-ho-ve beenm coplee
fart hiessnterta inme st of the is-sltutr
tenisght stntdtomsorow durinitsif ins
spsections of this'Uivesity. To tie yt'
'sthitshi numtiber' )''st20 ilaivsto's lOtta
sesclt rainmovoxer te SMih-in Iso
rstl at 0 oclock stanid-rsd tie. Thiss'
'sill be ItakenotoGrftesmwh-re-a
suippr's'sill bss-re'dy fss teiCbs- Ito
thoe' evening tie visitors ''ill leien-st
a reteptioin55Unmo'semts ity sita'lwithia
concet b's thmtiissho'l t somosondmthIe
Glee 'snd BaitoIc ilbsIThe ciiess
's' sIssmt ini enterainingi'this'legisa
toras'sill beasdmiteia'ssonsithis
stecoitmt the stodents' ''ill otle fur
som4edoiths' i sticks.-
Tomorro'svmonminsm"sproiam ise-
giisos'ssillh a 'sisit to te iltsary .mans
ar gallery the i's-t-tvas's'emblfingint
fle cihapet iiithe Omain buioldingto"'i
8:45o'cohck. An ispesctonsof tie
mtechansicatd phiysii.aso lasboratores
tutd thoe.nusse-umto''ill folos'v, sfter
's'-hih the legislaors 'soll msei.t the
facuoltissidstnsod'cstssilii ves'srsty
hallh. Presideit Asgel anos mtesubes
of the Bosrd of Ito-cts 's'il speak
and addireses 'sill be msae by mm-i
bert of the legislatu.ti
After' dinser the hositls or th'
law'svlibrry ''ill be vistee.,'accorig
o preference. Tie visitorosvho dise
mt hotels 'sill take carriges there and
the others 'svho desie to ispet to
hospitals 'sil find rcarriages 'salng
at University hatt at 2s o'lck
Tb~ hour from 3 to 4 ochck 's'sll be
'devoted to an inspection of the destal
- clinic asd the chemictalstnd hygielie
labor.atoris. At 4 ocleck the Waer-
misisgytmnasisutm ''ill serelye its .share
of attesitios. Thi.s'ill conlude ths
1 formal progran, though many of ftse
visitors 'sihher the Lotus Glee clot
and rof. Clarke in tomosrro's night's
'S. L. A. coure enlertlmssent.
Judges Chosen by Northwestern.
aThe Intercollegiate Debate conosit
-tee has been notified by Nrthw's.ter
f the seectIin of ex.-Gov. Horace'
lBoles, of Io'sva,lion. F. C. Wikler
of Sil's''sukoe. stnd Hon. Joist A. Mr
-Mahsonsof Dayton 0., te at a
sjudges In the debate. Thse gentle
-men have beets accepted by Michignu
but as Mr. Winkler has a son, . WI
-Winker, '90 la's. in this Universit
uit is probable thamt sother judge sa
l_ be selected by Northwestern.
eBarr to Present Cooley Bust.
The senior la'ss ld a netin
eysterday morning. The object wa
d to elect a memober of the cas to mak
1.the speech on the pro.ntation of th
l'Cooley busott behalf of the cass
SMessrs. Long, Covert and Barr wet
placed in nomination. Mr. Barr wa
"elected oe fist rallot. , -

NO GOOD STUDENT
Trieus to learn 'svthout books.
Some people tiough try to use
musical instruments 'sith little
or noton~se.
We Say Buy Those Which Hae lone
We sl that kind.
$1 Suth Main t.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
Practical % Tailor
has worhe or Ismsiy yars foe oenso the
fiest merhsanst fa~lor ocenseis
netoiot also foe the lae J. M. Stfor~d
the high clas.s talor of this city haig
taught the latet system of Garmet Ct-
stingwillpdce yosthfle
Latest Cut and Style in Clthes
Fol Dress Siloade for reaoable srice.
No Trobe to Shoe Gods.
10 E. Washington at., up stairs.
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE'S,
+ 48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
-LARGES OPERAIG BOOM IN STAE
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
S Ann Arbor, Nich.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
x PROPIETOROF0 THE
eLatest Improved Barber Shop
Sy In the city. E. Washington t.. 1ab door
b east of Seai t AntiArbor.
' MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
JOLLY 8& CO'S
n2I SO SoirTATE ST Don't fai to come.
e Ht and Cetld Lnches at All Hers.
5 Heard's
Criminal
y Pleading
NOW ON SALE AT
'(DA HR'S.
0. Up Tewn, Dw Town,
re Unliversty Beektre Oppoit CortHouse
is 20 S.State St. SN ManaS
ANN AR3OR

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