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June 27, 1895 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

=It appears that the board of regents
S O 1 f has revoked its action abolishing the
B. L. degree. The faculty was divided
Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during on the advisability of so doing, but the
the Collegt, year, at ..
regents were unanimous in judging it
THE UNIVERSITY OF WCHIGAN. test to retain it, and leaving tie re-
Ort: Tinss bulding . Main st.,opposite quiresments of admission to the Uni-
versity as they now are. While the

EDITORS.
J. A. LeRoy, '96,Managing Editor.
A. W. Surrn, Special, Assistant.
W. A. SeL,'Si L, Assistant.
E. R. SUNDEnLAN', 96, Assistant.
H. COLEMAN,'97, Athletic Editor.
G. B. HAnnSON, '% L, Business Manager.
L. R. HAMBLEN, 96L. Assistant.
Associate Editors.
H. A. Dancer,'95. E. LEvans, 95 L.
L. A. Pr-att, 'S6. ,Carrie V. Smith, '55.
C. A. Hough 5,'96 D. G. A. Heath, '96 P.-
Minnie Thompson,'97. H. B. Gammon '98M.
C. H. Fa-rell, '98 S. E. Knappen,'98.
J. S: Finlav ;'98

abolition of this degree, whichl does
not iecessarily represent a high stand-
ard of scholarship, might and prob-
ably would raise the average of pro-
ficiency among the students by keep-
ing out many who are too poorly pre-
pared to enter for any other degree,
there are advantages in retaining it
which probably outweigh the disad-
vantages. In the first place a state

.__ _ _ university like ours ought to be as
In, yesterday's. Daily the naine of -Mr. free as possible to all who are desirous
T. W. Hughes was by mistake omitted of obtaining a college education. Now
from the list of instructors in the law there is a large number of young per-
department, appointed for next year. sons whose early advantages have not
Instructor IHuglies' salary was raised been such as to (able them to pre-
to $900 as in the case of MA ssrs. pare for entrance with either of the
Dwyer and Smith. classics, but who would perhaps make
Referring toi the commiunication in beter students than the more fort-
viae. The questionntrayarss
another column we are glad to note thatu T e naturally arises
.whether it is right to debar thesei from
at the business meeting of the Alumni
association later in the afternoon it the priceless advantages of the Lcd.
was voted by a large majority aint versity just becans- they have not
hereafter at alumni banquets smok- instiected in aicosd with the
tug be cot allowed. conventional* high s-hool etrricului.
So much for the duties of a democratic
With today's issue toe Daily closes i .stitution of learn igBtttereis
the fifth volume, ending, all things another side of the iustion of a more
considered, a very successful year. It inmmnediately practical nature. There
has been the desire_ of, the editors to
seends to be a tendency in Amnerictato
take the stand asong college publica- take away tie distinctive character-
tions which thei University holds !sties of the degrees conferred and to
amon American educational institu- sepresct four years of university
tions, and to give the University news work, in whatever line it is carried on.
in a non-partisan and thorough man- by one degree, namely the A. B. Now,
ner. this degree has always stood, since
The Daily of next year will be fur- degre.sere first givin, for work ii
nised to subscribers at the saie rate the classics, and while no one cou'd
as heretofore, $2.50, notwithstanding legitimately hold that for this reassi
the fact that it will be published until i is better than asy other, yes its di-
comiciencemient and that numerous tinctive meaning is of vailu-. -+s-n-
other improvements will be made in tially the same thing might be said of
the publication of the paper. the other degrees. As long as diffe'rent
There is atpleasint surprise in store courses of work are laid out by our
for students of the University when universities with different; ends iii

ANNUAL FEE INCREASED.
(Continued from First Page.)
In the departin- st of Chemistry, P.
F. Trowbridge, Ph. B., was appointed
Instructor it Organic Chemistry and
Accountant in the Chemical Labora-
tory at $900. Moss Goiberg, D. S..
was reappointed Instructor in Organic
Chemitry for one year; Walter Scot-
ten was appointed to succeed IV. B.
Andrews as Assistant ip Qualitative
Analysis for one year at $200. Dr. C.
D. Morris was continued as Assistant
in Physiological Chemistry at $lt
Most of the meeting was spent in
executive session. After considerabl
discussion it was decided to add $5
to the annual fee in all departsmts.
This is for every student and takes
effect next fall.
A two hours' conference was held
with members of the literary faculty
and the action of last month in aol-
ishing the degree of bachelor of let-
terns was reseinded. The vote of the
Regents on this question was nani-
mous, but there was considerable df-
ference of opinion among the faculty
memIsers is to its advisability.
Mrs. A. B. Butler, of the senior law
cass, appeared before the Board and
asked that a diploma be given htr.
mrs. Butler had performed the nec-
essary work, but was barred frot
receiving a degree by the rule requir-
Ing a. year's residence here. Her re-
quest was granted by t-he Board.
Frank Pine, '94, is visiting friends
in th city.
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they return in the fall, which the re-
gents decided upon at their meeting
yesterday morning. The board has
simply added another case to the proof
of the general proposition "where
there's a will there's a way," which is
to say, in other words, that if the leg-
latur- can't grant the money which
the University needs the money must
be obtained in some other way, and
this brings us to the pleasant surprise
nioted above. The regents have deid-
ed that inasmuch as all Michigan stu-
dents are interested in thie wel being
of the University and have few oppor-
tunities to show it, that it be allowed
them to pay five dollars more for thlr
annual fee than has heretofore been
customary. The only comment we
have is that the method seems to us a
good one for raising $10,000, as there
appears to be no reason why so small
an in(-r.qcP ca1ioulhP-senrouly felt hy

view it is certatinly an undeniable ad-
vantage to designate such diffei'ences
in a way that the public can under-
stand. S o much being granted, it ap-
pears at once that the abolition of the
B. L. degree is a step in this deplor-
able direction, inasmuch as it is in
line with the tendency toward fewer
diffesentiating marks evident to the
public. If the distinguishing fea.tuvs
of the different courses now offered in
the University be strictly adhered to
and degrees be conferred in accord-
ance with this policy, no mutual dis-
advantages can possibly .arise, but in
their stead, important benvefits.
The Summer School.
The outlook for the coming session
of the summer school is very bright
and .the prospects are that .the attend-
ance will be' double that of last year.
A great many inquiries have been re-
ceived concerning the law courses and

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