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THE Mil

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IVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN
[CHIGAN HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D., President

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Cosmopolitan Student Community
Eight Schools and Colleges

LLEGE OF LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS-JOHN R. EFFINGER, Dean.
rary and scientific courses-Teachers' course-Higher commercial course--Course
anee-Course in !Forestry-Course in landscape design-All courses open to pro-
il students on approval of Faculty.
LLEGES OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE, MORTIMER E. eCOOEY, Dean.
te courses in civil, mechanical, electrical, naval, and chemical engineering-Archi-
ahd architectural engineering-Highway engineering-Technical work under in-
y of professional experience-Work-shop, experimental, and field practice-Me-
Iphysical, electrical, and chemical laboratories-Fine new building-Central heat-
Ilighting plants adapted for instruction.
DICAL SCHOOL, V. C. VAUGHAN, Dean. Four years' graded course-Highest
3 for all work-Special attention given to laboratory teaching-Modern laboratories
clinicalefacilities-Bedside instruction in hospital, entirely under University con-
special feature.
y SCHOOL, HENRY M. BATES, Dean. Three years' course-Practice court work
lty-Special facilities for work in history and political sciences.
LLEGE OF PHARMACY, HENRY KRAMER, Dean. Two, three, and four years'
-Ample laboratory facilities-Trainingf or prescription service, manufacturing
&, industrial chemistry, and for the work of' the analyst.
3MOEOPATHIC MEDICAL SCHOOL, W. B. HINSDALE,' Dean.' Full four years'
-Fully equipped hospital, entirely under university control-Especial attention given
na medica and scientific prescribing--Twenty hours' weekly clinical instruction.
LLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY, MARCus L. \WARD, Dean. Four years' course-
building housing ample laboratories, clinical rooms, lIibrary, and lecture room-
material in excess of needs.
"ADUATE SCHOOL, ALFRED H. LLOYD, Dean. Graduate courses in all departnents
il courses leading to the higher professional degrees.
MMER SESSION, E. H. KRAus, Dean. A regular session of the University afford-
lit toward degrees. More than 275 courses in arts, engineering, medicine, law,
y, and library methods.3,
r full information (Catalogues, Announcements of the various Schools and Col-
Campus Guide Book, etc., or matters of individual inquiry) address Deans of
and Colleges, or the Secretary of the University.

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ERISONALLY AUAINTED ITH LINCDLN, ANN ARBOR
MAN-NARRATES INCIDENTS OF PRESIDENT'S LIFE
In continuing his comments on the Kansas with the northern settlers
life of Abraham Lincoln, Mr. A. G. who migrated there to oppose the
Proctor, an intimate friend, of the southerners who were pouring into
great Emancipator states that after the territory from Missouri. It was
Lincoln was elected to the presidency at this time that he first became ac-
it was thought necessary to obtain a quainted w,ith John Brown. Mr.
competent secretary for him. Proctor kept a large general store in
A professor in Columbia University Lawrence, Kansas, and was in the
was finally chosen, and Mr. Weed was mob which in 1857 opposed the au-
sent out to Springfield to interview thority of Governor Walker of Kan-j
the President "nd find out whether or sas, who demanded that the town give
not Lincoln would take the secretary up its local government, which had
they had picked for him. been established by northerners, and
their inani a professor -in Columbia reorganize under the constitution of
university, and sent Mr. Weed out to the state, copied after the constitu-
Springfield to interview the President tion of Missouri and railroaded into
and find out whether or not Linco'r existence by settlers from that state.
would take the secretary they had During the Civil war, Mr. Proctor
picked for him. was sent west to straighten out the,
Chose College Mall affairs of the Cherokee nation, who,
Mr. Weed laid the matter before the having become slave-holders, were
President, frankly explaining the about to cast their lot with the Con-
reason why the New York supporters federacy. He was in this work for
had chosen college professor. With over two and a half years. "It cost
equal frankness, Lincoln replied, "Mr. the government $30,000 a month to
Weed, I don't want a man. for my feed these Indians," declared Mr.
secretary who knows more than I Proctor, "but the government did not
do." count the cost, not the trouble, for
The change in this sentiment toward some. of the food had to be hauled
the great man is well shown in the great distances."
story which followed. Within the last Eighty, But Active
few years when Mr. Proctor was vis Mr. Proctor is an imposing gentle
iting the old home of Lincoln, he came man of the old school, but with a
upon the possessor of a short auto- tinge of modernity superadded. Al-
biographical sketch fn Lincoln s own though a man of over eighty years,
handwriting, for which the New York he is surprisingly active and is wide-
city library had given a standing offer ly known, not alone for his remark-
of $10,000. This from the very section able connections with a number of
that was so strenuously opposed to historical characters and his long 'life
Lincoln, in the early days of he con- sprinkled with interesting expe-
vention.bubeas'ohikenn
"I knew John Brown very well, and riences, but because of his keen in-
have often talked with him," said Mr. sight into political questions and his
Proctor. He went on to say that John ability as a lecturer. He is, above.
Brown was the "John the Baptist" of everything else, intensely - American.
the anti-slavery movement. "In this
he was tremendously successful, for LANDLORD AUCTIONS
he aroused the country to this extent; - OFF APARTMENTS
that within one year of the time he
was hanged we had. elected an anti-
slavery President. He was a 'voice St. Louis, Mo., Apr. 3.-Auctioning

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00. 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00
Sun-Mon., 4, 5 - Mary".Miles
Minter in "Yvonne from Paris."
Also showing acomedy and
Ford weekly.
Tues-Wed., 6, 7-June Elvidge
in Poison Pen,". Mutt & Jeff car-
toon, "Putting On a Dog" and
comedy.
COMING
Bessie Barriscale in "The
Luck of Geraldine Laird."

WUERTH THEATRE
Sun-Mon-Tues., 4, 5, 6-Blanch
Sweet in "The Deadlier Sex" and
Frank Man in the first of his
new two-reel comedies "Broken
Bubbles."
Wed-Thur., 7, 8-William Far-
num in "The Adventure" and a
two-reel comedy "Millionaire
Paupers" and Kinogram weekly.
Fri-Sat., 9, 10-Mitchell Lewis
-in 'The Last of His People" and
Sj comedy.

English Compulsory in China , India Teaches Art to Many
The , study of some foreign lan- British India had 122 art col
guage is compulsory in all govern- for men and 12 for women in 191'
ment schools of China. In most of These institutions enrolled 4'
them. English is the foreign language students,.of whom only 842 were
taught. men,
FLOWERS FLOWERING PLANTS
couSIS & Hall
Members Florists Telegraph Delivery
Phone 115 1002 S. Univ.

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SHUBERT

DETROIT

SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary

BESIMER'S GRILL

OLIVER MOROSCO WILL PRESENT

FRANCIS X. BEVERLY

BUSHMAN BAYNE

gal Grilled Porterhouse,

Appearing in Person

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IN THE NEW SPOKEN DRAMA
BY E: E. ROSE-"16 SPEAKING PARTS

11:30o a.m. to .1: 3 P.m.
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crying in the wilderness.'" When
asked whether or not he subscribed
to the theory that John Brown was
demented, he replied that he did not.
Wa's Real Puritan
"John Brown was a real Puritan of
the Cromwell type. He never took a'
drink of liquor in his life,-he never
used tobacco, he never swore or
played a game of cards. He was a
man of remarkable moral courage,
which is shown by the fact that he
was willing to die for those who could
never possibly do anything for him;
but he lacked judgment."
Knew Brown
Mr. Proctor was born in 1838 in
Gloucester, Mass., and when only 19
years old went into the Territory of

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. Interurban Stptionover Rae Theatre
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apartments to the nignest biader is
the newest measure several St. Louis
real estate owners are using to obtain
maximum returns on their property.
The City Complaint Board has re-
ceived many letters to this effect
from disgruntled tenants. The ten-
ants write that property owners as-
sert exceptional rentals have been
offered them in the last 18 months,
because of the house fapine, and that
at the expiration of leases the apart-
ments would be turned over to the
highest bidder.
One of the complainants, Charles
V. Brady, declared his rent had been
increased from $17.50 to 52.50 in the
last two years.
LANGUAGE COURSES OFFER
EXTENSIVE FIELD OF STUDY
(Continued from page 1)
one could well expect to be a fairly
accomplished linguist.
Teach Science of Language
In all this list there have not been
mentioned the courses in general ling-
uistics and comparative philology
which, according to the catalogue "aim
to familiarize students with the gen-
eral principles and methods/of the sci-
ence of language-," and which trace
the development of speech sounds and
their changes, etc. The student might
spend an entire semester on these
courses alone.
The Shipment from Sears--Roebuck
Has Arrived ,
Her-Talk about "putting on the
dog," I saw a guy in a new golf outfit
and instruments, walk around the
same block twice, promenade State
street, up Hill to the "horn," and then
back on the home stretch. It sure
was a dandy review. T. B.
Thousands of Japs In Other Schools
Two thousand three hundred and
thirty three Japanese students were
studying in other countries in 1916.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will-'lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.--Adv.

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