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November 01, 1899 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-01

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Publihed Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OreinE: The Inland Pres, Henning Block.
Both Phones.147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H. HAN,'00L.
EDITORS.
ATHLETICS, . . . G. D. HUDNUTT, '01 E
T. R. WoODRow, '00 L. A. H. MCDoGA LL,'01 E
A. G. BOoNE. '02. E. J. B. WOO, '00,
L. J.MONTGeo R'00, W. I HetsEY, '00M,
The subscription price of the DAILY it 02.50 for
the college year, with a regular delivery before
noon each day. Notices, communications, and
other matter intended for publication mst be
handed ia at the DttYrofic beoe S 0p.t., 00
mailed to the edior befoee 3 p. . of the lay
previous to that on which they are expected to
appear.
Subscriptions may be left at the DAILY Office,
Yeyrs, or Stofilet's newstand, or with Business
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
reporting promptly at this office any failre of
carriers to deliver paper.
All changet an adsetiingamatte tmat blin
the office by 4i.m. atiday prevoiosto that
on which they are to aioear.
Commercial Value of Unicerit
Education.
"We unhesitatingly affirm that, in
our deliberate judgment, a college edu-
cation can always be made to pay good
dividends in dollars and cents, if it be
rightly used; that college graduates, in
proportion to their number, have con-
tributetd a vastly greater quota to the
entire host of successful retailers, job-
bers, manufacturers, and commercisl
travers than have the non-graduates;
that the percentage of failures and dis-
appointments amongst pharmacy grad-
uates is much smaller than amongst
those who pass out of our universities
as graduate physicians, lawyers, teach-
ers, chemists or engineers * * * *We are
fairly ashamed to discuss college edu-
cation from the single view-point of
money, for we know that a good
schooling enriches, deepens, ad
sweetens the whole of life. An educat-
ed man has in him springs of satis-
faction and happiness which are be-
yond all price. But we cannot repress
our protest against what is a sufficient-
ly wide-spread and disastrous fallacy-
one which may in part account for the
general decling in the number of stu-
dents at our colleges of pharmacy-the
fallacy that as a money-maker the
graduate has no special advantages."
Editorial in Bulletin of Pharmacy, Oc-
tober, 1899.
Of the graduating class at Harvard
408 members have indicated their choice
of a future profession, and the result
must be declared to be distinctly de-
pressing in some patlculars, while it
Is exhilarating in others. With a sur-
plus of lawyers already practising law
and running for congress, 100 of these
graduates intend to study law, 29 will
reinforce the overcrowded ranks of the
niedica profession, 12 will tudy for
the ministry, 45 will teach-until they
can find something more profitable to
do-and business careers of various
kinds will claim nearly a hundred
more. Twelve of the class expect to
enter journalism, eleven to become
architects, three are put down as in-
tending to enter literature, and thereI
is only one artist and one musician in
the whole 400.-Ex
Harvard will be well represeited at
the Paris exposition. Every depart-
ment will have an exhibit, and an espe-
cial attempt will be made to show the
development of the case system in the
law departrment and of the elective
system in the college courses.

Member oi Parliament Will Visit
Universityj.
In a few days the University will be
inspected by an unusual visitor. He is
William Kendrick, M. P. He is a mem-
ber of a commission which has been
sent to this country to study the in-
dustrial departments of Cornell, Yale,
Stevens, Michigan, McGill and Toronto
Universities. As a result of its study
the commission will draft a plan for
organization of the work to be carried
on at Birmingham University under
the endowment of Andrew Carnegie
of 50,000 pounds.
The party is to reach New York to-
day on the White Star liner Oceanic.
From there the various members will
proceed to the institution each as to
visit.
Ben Franklin's Paint Washed OFF.
Ben Franklin was treated to a bath
yes'te. day. The day before the enthu-
siastic i ooters of '01 painted Ben
and the campus walks a bright red
with the figures, "01." Yesterday Supt.
Reeves had Ben given a thorough wash
and now he stands as calm as usual,
not the least perturbed over his enthu-
siasm displayed for '01 for a few brief
hours. The paint was also carefully
scrubbed off the walks and main halt.
Liquid Air Machine on the Waq.
The liquid air machine presented to
the University by Chas. F. Brush, of
Cleveland, has arrived in New York
from Germany and will be in Ann Ar-

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expects to have it in working order
within a week. If the machine works
properly he will give his lecture before
the Unity Club early in Decembee. This
will be the first exhibition of liquid air
in this region.
Practice Open Todaq.
The coaches yesterday continued sec-
ret practice. Murfin and Sims of All-
Fresh were given a trial. Both are
from last year's Ann Arbor High
School of which Sims was captain.
Murfin sho-ed up well at end. Wood-
ham, of Kalamazoo, was tried and did
souse good u'ork.
The practice today will not be secret.
Spectators will be allowed but not on
the field. All those attending will be
expected to remain in the grandstand.
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