THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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THE RENOWNED MANDOLIN VIRTUOSO
MR. W. EUGENE PAGE,
Will grve lessons on the mandolin and
guitar at the University School of
Music every Friday. For Terms and
hours apply to the Secretary.
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I WILL GIVE
20 per cent Reduction
to all Students
Art Novelties and of the U. of M. on goods purchased
FOR Fine Frame Mouldings. at my store.
217 S. 4th Ave. Phone 173.
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Canes, Class Hats and Caps, Class College Pins. Address
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Every rig in our barn is being repainted and varnished
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ranging in price from 75c to $2.50 each. These Lamps are of the latest and
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AHISTORYIN THE SUMMER SCHOoL. Tickets for Sousa's band concert
Tihs courses of lectures in history to will be on sale on and after 8 o'clock,
be delivered in the summer school will Saturday, April first at E. E. Cal.
be specially adapted to the needs of kins on State st., and H. J. Brown,
teachers. The course in colonial his' on Main St., at time and places seats
tory will be in large measure an intro-
duction to American history, one of its may be reserved. Persona are
chief purposes being to give an idea of warned against purchasing of any
the meanings of that history. The other persons, as these are the only
ordinary facts commonly found in text authorized places. Prices are 50,
books will not be given in narrative 75e and $1.00.
form; but an effort will be made to in- - $
terpret facts, and to see the important Prof. A. H. Pattengill has pre
characteristics of the time. Several
lectures will be devoted to the general pared an official stateinent, for the
topic of colonization, which involves press, on the athletic situation, which
methods of foundingand administering was finished today. But it was
colonies, and the reasons for the suc-g.t . h
cess or failure of colonizing nations. given out on the promise hat it
The attention of teachers will be called would not be used until Sunday, so
to books that are specially helpful and it may be expected in the Sunday
suggestive. The most useful historical papers.
material will be made accessible to the
student. The next meeting of the Michigan
- _ _Schoolmasters' Club will be held at'
Of the 222 members of the faculties Ypsilanti, March 31 and April 1. Pro-
of the University of Michigan forty- fessors DOoge, Kelsey, Hemp!, Drake,
six he Unrsyoneminignt Hench, Demmon, Reighard, McLaugh-
have taken, upon examination, the lin Hudson, Carhart, Reed, and Mosh-
degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Four- er, Drs. Wait, Glover, and Guthe, and
teen won the degree at the University Messrs. Goddard and A. G. Hall, all of
of Michigan, five at Cornell, four at the University of Michigan, will take
Johns Hopkins, four at Harvard, and part in the exercises. There will also
one each at Chicago, Yale and Alle- be par n the eilal
gheny College. Nine took all of their b papers by Mr. Finney of the General
academic degrees at a single institu- Library an by ex-Regent Barbour.
tion, namely, seven at Michigan and Mr. Sargent, curator
one each at Harvard and Johns Hop- - of the Muse-
kins. Sixteen received the doctor's de- um, will give an illustrated lecture
gree at foreign universities,-five at on "Materials in the Museum, Espe-
Leipsic, two to Jena, and one each at cially Shells," Friday, March 24,'
Freibuig in Baden, Bonn, Glangow, at 4-30o'lcith Mueme-
Munich,Vienna, Marburg, Berne, Zuiich 4 o'clock, in the Museum lee-
and Berlin. ture room. All interested are invited.
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