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n~ one-third of th
aiversity are pa
,hrough the univ
thle recenlt annua
ireau of Appoints
hows that of 3,22
wring the year,
themselves. Spe
this situation,t
"This is a fac
especially co01
one of thle oldest
country."
in's Great CJontri
.es calls attentii
entage of self-
the University of
es : "Diurinag a 1(
r, tile University

with visitor's night at the observatory
as well.
ENED Mercado to Speak Aug. 2
A. E. Mercado, of the romance lang-
11'P HITuages departmrent, will give tile first
IPIRIT of two lectures to be delivered in lang-
uages other than English. Mr. Mer-
cado will speak on "Porto Rico," a talk
Commends accompanied by lantern slides. On this
ls of same date, Aug. 2, the faculty of the
School of Music will present another
concert. Thie Observatory, after 8:30
F AVEN o'clock that evening, will be open to
PPORTING~ visitors, admission being by ticket, as
before. On Aug.~ 3, Prof. H. E. Riggs,
h7e students of the civil engineering departmnent,~
aying their will give an illustrated talk on "Pub-
lie Utility Problems" and as another
versity, ac- attraction for the day's program, an
al report of educational film will be shown. Prof.
ments. Tile H. S. Mallory, of the rhetoric depart-
22 students ment, will talk on "The Child Artist."
1,296 are Trhis talk will be illustrated. On this
ed-same date, Aug. 4 ,Prof. E. D. T. Hlol-
peaking ei lister will deliver a recital on "Teeny-
the Buffalo son's "Maud."
ct of great Prof. G. D. Allin, of the University
ming as it of Minnesota, will present an addlress
At universi- on Aug. 7, the subject of which will
be announced later. The second of
ibution the lectures in foreign languagesĀ° will
ion t thebe given on Aug. 8 by E: E. Rovillain
[sotith who will take as his subject "La vie de
)fuprichgng Napoleon, un professeur d energie
on pioan francais." This lecture will be, in
yog Meiodi French and will be illustrated. Also
racof Msici on Aug. 8 tile class in Shakespearean
sectefrthc readings will present a grpup of mis-
sen fothcellaneous readings. Prof. A. E. Boak,
ads aoe ofo the history department, will talk
ainet aout on "Village Life in Roman Egypt as
it nentof Reveald by Documents in the Michi

will be presented on this dlate also. mnentionel, various others will be made their annual encampment here the
The last of the series of entertain- to points o~f interest. The cost of all first week in May. Prominent m~ili.-
ments will be a recital by the class in th.ese excursions will be moderate. tapry men will be present as delegates.
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OF-
TEM I CIG C AN UNION
"The most complete student theatre for students-
- and operated by stuidents in America.'
-SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT-
2'The Mimes annountce for "Friday and Saturday,_
. Mairch 3 and 4
/ MIMES VAUDEVILLE SUPREME"
Friday evining for Men only,
Saturday evening for Men and Women.
f ~Note: When it is presented by Mimes you" know
it's good.}
ADMISION 50c - - All .Seats Reserved
Box Office Open ait' 10 A. M., Friday, March 3.
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subject in a newy manner when hie Shakespearean readings which will be V. F. W,. Encampment Here in AMayj
speaks on "History and Citize/nship"1 given on Aug. 15. . Veterans of Foreign Wa.rs of the
o'n Aug:.11. - heridan's "The Rivals~" In additinto the excrins above ITDhnrtment of Mic~higanwill holdl

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Via

e epoch of diff'iculty
long since passed
ry. Though real, it
ike Romulus and
endowed,- superbly,
like Harvard, is a
o which wealth nat-

appears that the pioneer
ves in full strength at Yale.'
rer, is better able to foster
of the conditions that dif-1
o ancient a foundation1
ress of early initiative. The'
r assisting self-supporting
e numerous and well or-~
ne of tile methods utilized
lent of money in long term
dergraduates who meet the
4d and of meritoriousness."
Help Trend Noticed
-help movement which has
esentative expression, of
statistics compiled by 'ale
iversity of Michigan is be-
ie typical of the trend in
institutions of learninmg all
urntry. It opens an oppor-
discuission from" many
it one of the most pertinent
ts is the answer it gives
stiQol a to the value of
cation.
ear that multitudes of
and women think a college
rth while, and their faith,
that theyr are willing not
sue the curriculum of stud-
work in order to acquire
to carry into effect< their
CE LECTURES
iued from Page V~
9 the first of a~ series of ex-.
nearby regions will be
particular one under the
f Prof. I. D. Scott. The
1 'made to Putin-Bay, Lake
V. Sleator will discuss the
Vhat is Science ?" on July
at evening will be vis-
itat the Observatory.
Reed, of the University
ia, will talk on "Recent
is of French and Italian
Aug. 1. A medical lecture
e delivered on this date,

gan Papyrus Collection," on 'Aug. 9,
the lecture to be accompanied by illus-
trative slides. That evening an 'edu-
cational motion picture will be shown.
Yoakum. Here Aug. 10
'Prof. C. S. Yoakum, of thee Carnegie
institute, of Technology, Pittsbutkgh,
will speak on Aug. 10, his subject,
however, not 'yet announced., At 18
o'clock that evening a group of mod-
ern one-act plays. will be presented
by the class,'in play production under
the direction of Prof. R. D. T. Hollis-
ter to which admission will be
charged. Prof. W. A. Frayer, of the
history department,' will treat an old
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