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Four thousand students read it every
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Boots for Early Spring
PROFESSOR SOAK WRITES-
THROWS MORE LIGHT ON LATER
Prof. E. R. Boak, known to the
campus not only as a member of the
history department, but as intimately
associated with naval training last
semester, is the author of a mino-
graph which has just appeared as the
first part of volume XIV in the Hum-
anistic series of the University of
This monograph fills 180 imperial
octavo pages, and appears, as the oth-
er volumes of this series, with the
imprint of the, Macmillan company.
Lights Up istory
The work is entitled "The Master of
the Offices in Later Roman and Byzan-
tine Empires." As the preface indi-
cates, it is "an attempt to throw more
light upon the intricate administrative
system obtaining in the later Roman
and Byzantine empires through a de-
tailed treatment of the history and
scope of one particular office."
At the close of the work, Professor
Boak has placed a bibliography, which
will be useful to all students of the
subject, and a systematic collection
of references in both later classical
and Byzantine literature and inscrip-
It is the, judgment of competent
scholars who have examined this
monograph that it will be an indis-
pensable aid to future investigators
who may be interested in all associat-
ed phases of Byzantine history and
institutions. It sustains the high level
of the series to which it belongs.
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Uncle Sam perpetuated his war activities with Pictures.
Big Business perpetuates its developments with Pictures,
Families perpetuate their members with Pictures.
Why Not Perpetuate University Life
Why nothaye asnap, or flashlight, of the "Bunch," the "Dance," or
the hundred and one'other things that occur at "Michigan?" Nothing
tells the story like a Picture. They nake delightful souvenirs that will
be cherishe Ion after other tlings are forgotten,
You know, or if you don't you can find out for yourself, that Lyndon's
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When a professor says he cannot
meet his class because he must speak
in Lake Odessa or Petoskey, it means
that he is going to deliver one of the
300 lectures which are given by the
University extension service through-
out the year.
250, 0 People eached
Since the organization of this work
six years ago, from 1,500 to 1,800 ex-
tension lectures have been given be-
fore audiences which averaged 250
persons. This means that members
of the faculty assigned to this work
have spoken to an aggregate of more
than a quarter million people.
The demand for these lectures has
grown steadily each year until now
requests for more than 1,000 lectures
yearly are received.
More Last Semester
An interesting feature of the lec-
tures delivered within the past sem-
ester is that in spite of war condi-
tions and the influenza epidemicthe
average audience has been larger
than that of 4ny previous year. Nov-
ember, December, January, and Feb-
ruary are the months in which the
University extension service sndas out
the most lecturers.
FEWER IN NUMBER
Most of the bonua applications "M
this city have probably been sent out,
as the Red Cross home service sta-
tion in Nickels arcade has had fewer
applicants during the last few days.
The number of daily' applicants
when the office first opened for this
work was about 100, but it has now
dropped to 50 a day. To date more
than 600 applications for the gratuity
have been sent out from the local
Several inquiries have cone into the
office of late asking about a report
that the Federal Reserve banks were
authorized to pay the bonus. No in-
formation has been received at the lo-
cal banks to affrm this, so all appli-
cations must continue to be sent W
Press reports during the 1 few
days have stated that dgpicate dis-
charge papers could be sent to Wash-
ington for the bonus;. According to
Major Durke there is some mistake
in these rEppr4, since if this were
txue, meu *ouid draw their bonus
tWice, The only duplicate papers ac-
ceptable at the government office are
those issued in case the original dis-
charge has been lost.
At the Upper Room Bible class to-
night Mr. Odra Patton will sing a spe-
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In His Greatest Success
Th ilDodg er
Said to be the best college
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Mr. Ray plays the part of a dreamy young stu-
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But when he gets going!
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