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November 14, 1891 - Image 1

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VOL. 1.- No. 401.


Piz]e"', Tuitsx. CFNTS.

The Concert Last Night. University Extension. The Cost of Gymnasiums. ( OF YOUR -
Tlist studeints and people, of Ann The plan of University Extension Daring the past three decades OUR'i SOOIETY L- ALGE
Arbor sisowed their appreciation of has been most warmly welconiecd all gyninasia hsave sprung up all over the WILL Bsll
a highs class entertainmnit by torn- over the country, and is destineid to country. I wrill give a list of soise M~et o
le o slrenubr1atees beconse a permanent additiois to or of thse leading oines, with nanme of Mane-d-thrg Your
ing. Aboss 1500 svere p~reseint at colleges. tt is an outgrosvths of the institutiois, when built andI cost of NEW
tunisersity H all. They evinced their Chautauqua idea, which svas one of same: Harvard, u86o, $ i ,000; APT E
pleasure byisnmerous encores,whsichi the first to offer asweldeffied course 1879, $ii0,000; Yale, i86o, $t3,- J- --
secre weh responded to. Upon' the of instruction to those twho seere un-0o0: 1891, $200,000; Amhterst, Upon
coe h siaesitna i o-aible to avail themsselves of a college i8.6o, $5,000; I884,$64,000, RIEAPLCAIN
ilineisted upson their initial effort, traininsg. The superiority of thse Princetons,i1869, $38,000; Cornell-
for it seas a success us every wvay. University Extensioin plans of text- University, 1883, $40,000; Lehigh l1 1l 1T 4 &t
Not a lriak occurred to msar the hooks, is o~bvious. University, 1882, $40,000: tisiver-; LIST
harmonsy of the program. 'T'he nunm- 'T'heUniversity of Wisconsiis sas of .Minnesota, i1884, $34,000; IDart- Ma~ 'iju i,1,ea noruine ' i cit esweevre newlteece.oeo tefrtinteNs t e ot cleel86,$400ies ERIT IH
The only tiig to be regretted seas thse advantage of the isew idea and to derbilt University, 1879, $22,ooo;
the nssun-appearansce of Mr.Yiinck in arrange a course of instruction. Bryn Mawr, 1884, $18,ooo; lafa- -
asolo, for tie is a prime favorite The following circular has been yette college, i884, X13,ooo; Na- I
here. Perhaps at some future time issued : tional Deaf Molte college, 1881,
lie iae be heard. The University of Wisonsini offers $14,00; University of California, E
Ie. Nikisch, leader of the Boston courses of leetures, coniferenees an~d i878, $12,000; Jothns Hoipkiins Uni-
.;y ephony, recently said at Detroit, examniationss to comnities wlichl versity, 1883, $io,ooo; Tuft's cot-
tisat tse Plhiarmonic Club was isay desire them. The courses are lege, 1882, $4,000; D~ickinsoii cot-
se'condl to nisc outsiile of Bloston. offered for the purp~ose of inistriietioin, lege, 1884, $8,ooo; 'Washiingtosn
t'is meay well be realised, for they and11 ist Cisr simle enitertainimenlt. university, litissosuri, $7,000; 1Uni_ whcn ye,,wnt hei,,,tt aeut 1teuliitan s tes
They will tbe earniedtout essentially o es , l 01sa55ct $ ~i es hnAn ro
allearest at tiseir best last ight. the English pliai,kowvn is University vrily sof Wisconsins,i1868, ,ooo; i iuea i
1i rs. Fannie Bloomsiield Zeisler is an Extenision. The leettires trill tie giveis Beloit college, 1874, 53,000; North prcs edfrcitaoet
artist of the hsigisest alility. She iii seriesoif six upois eacht general weesteris tisiversity, 188o, albssut - QR .4 YFF: & G.
pliais w;ishcxqiitictaste andss ods ssthsem(,,,Singleleetuires isr tarts of 000., ii.J
I r isdesc sselbond he~i-courses are not offeriud. 'The olbject oif aise abuove is silly arutial list oii 1 ITIIOIT, B I'I I.
givngsiseestive cousrses ous siiigle teegymssasiasiil cosnnsctionthesi
ihmee reesslion er firstnumssber, St. hemsonly is to saforitaiiese urabsily f . L le
Sachss' Capsrice oan tisenses fromi Al- fsilsiand i'coprehensivsiuirvey of theI colleges ansis v siiersities, assds slates h, a S peller t ,
ceste, seas especially fine. She ap- subiect unudertsakeinitn, ai. a resulht, iusp to else year 1 883. 'hlicI c are i Usiv(Assity Outfitters,
cuared ius a ileineet, at thie enic of the live the suatisfucitoin of a truustuwirthuy also scores of other gymniasia ini 1201 S0117111 STATriS'., ANNL1A tehitIhl.
set rn ithi ele Phsilharmniic Chlu. andul itelligent eoimmianoduof its hstlgconnsectliun wihinstitsutionsfoc
iegaiifeatures. Besides the hecures, coursesIt Nek ar
BIr. Spauulcinsg is very piopulhar of readinsgs still tueussigneit for se condcary insstruuctionu. tU to the J~C~er
wit ilsmusic lovers iii the University. those twho choose to undertake them, present year Northuwestern's gym- Dress Shirts, Gloves,.
Thue residition of his different sum- aout each lecture stilt be preceded or nasium seas not surtuassed bsy aniy
lues teas ahppreciatech. Mr. Spauhd- folhosved by a conferencee of classs cxer- in thse west, buit Lakue Forest uni- Underwvear,
is I isn ynr aitn cadese in twhichb the subjeettreated iln the versity has taken the palm from us' GENTS' FURNISHINGS oit'lest
lecture or covered by the readuings trill bytebulig fisles2500euslie.,
preomises to make his nsark in else be discusseud, Questions wtill also be b y es uligofisut$ao
misical weorl. git-en out to whichi written aswssers gynunasium, aund cans now chainsteeĀ« OOTjQ-~LL
leople whtonlove niusic at all may lue sulbmitted, ai'id themes weill honor of hsaving thme best college
sisssiluse mssIles cocets . perhapis be assignedl on which essays buildig devoteud to physical tran- English iVlaekititoshs,
orc theses miay be prepasred. At the ingi h west. A tlti -n
hester program could hsardlhy be a:- u fteenissnesliaiuwl lg i thAnn ArborAhei n
einged and the price of admsission is be offered for seichi as misyihesire it,Maio an Ilotar risg -.(Jm siti od,
certainty reasonable., The next weill anid eertificates wtill be awaruded huy thef funds for time building of new gyni- OS115OECiIliN
lie given by Ovide Muslin, assisted University to thuose whm take the fuill nasia, andI the University of Chica-
lie aine compaimy. coarse and pils the final examnination go, as I have been informed, wihlinu SAYE TalVE AND 1OITEY
0 - _ suceeessfully. These certifieates will the near future, beuild a gymnasiuns
Th ahmtclCu. hasve the same value on th~e records of seodt oei h onr.B Itnylu~inug ur
The Matemat~ca Club. the Unliversity as one-fifth studies for scn onn ntecuty
ine term, and will be aecredited ae- '--- ~ ~ ~ --y
A meeting l will d tie oo I crhsnlydhoin tRoomlercordingislyaueshouldortheth Jiohitiserentgke a:4"MissManMaordeatMac Iregorty soforthessof te lteray deart
wihh read a paper on I"Eculid, his Each part is optional to the menm- ment of the University, is a niece of cc us while we are here.
and r. aul ihhhers of thse class. The lectures may be D
Life and Works,"adM.MuwilD.Dna Ma rgotel-
aine-taken withiout the readings, chase work 'DucnMcrgth do
discuss the properties of aninersnd examinsationsa, or tile first two or quent orator whso will lecture at the CALLAG [-IA N & Co.,
egt* g logarithmic curve. It is en- the first three may he takens andi not. Baptist church next Tuesday even-
pecially_ requested that those ladies thee last. tng. It was through Miss Mac- PUBLISHJERS,
inlgested in thie subject attend this -- ' - Gregor that the Young-Peoples' So-,
m ~ iisne the society desires The Adelphi will have a very ciety of the Baptist church were able 114 Monroe St., Chicago.
to elhts sotie lady to fill the office of interesting program this evening, to get Dr. MacGregor to lecture for
-vice-president: All invited. them on terms within their reach. 50 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

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