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traffic throughout the city are to be
connected by well paved strets.
Van Tyne's Work
In India Highly
Praised By Whyte

demic Mrs. C. H. Tyne, wife of Prof. V. H.
y May Van Tyne, of the history department,
re es- who is at presen't on leave of ab~sence
,ork of in. India, has received a letter fromi
elgium Sir Alexander Frederick Whyte, presi-
omote dent of the new Legislative assembly
age of of India, commending Professor Van
Lm and Tyne's work there.
Sir Alexander writes from Delhi that
le Professor Van Tyne "left us a few~
to be days ago to go to Madras and thence
litizen, to Colombo, where he will join the
Lg and 'Kashgar' en route for Marseilles and
Lust' be Ann Arbor. It was a very great pleas-
cation ure to have him with us and to hear
ege or from our friends in America and piar.-
ignized ticularly of those whom we remember
(if a with suth pleasant recollection at
'ege or the University of Michigan.\
hold a "He could not have come to India 2 t
pro- a more interestinag time and I hope
:must he will consider that the long jour-
oposed ney was worth making. It is a 'far
in se- cry from Ann Arbor to Delhi, buat I be:
icants hoave that he has done us a very good
or re- service by the manner in which he has

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gone ini and out among all sorts and
conditions of Indians, showing his
keen interest in the problems which
Indians and British alike are trying
to solve and revealing to some of them
the vast nature of the tasks of self-
government.
"Many who met him here under my
roof, have spoken to me of him since
his departure in terms of admiration;
and I want you to know that, wher-
ever he has gone, in Bombay, in Delhi,
in Bengal,' and no doubt now in Mad-
ras, he left many newly-made friends
who would have had him 'prolong his
stay with them. I look forward, and
many others out here with me, to his
considerate judgment' of our task, and
the manner in which~ we are tackling
it. I know of no one who, by his dis-
itnerested 'friendliness and by his
judgment as a true historian, is bet-
ter fitted to paint the picture of our
Indian reforms."
HOPWOOD, '05,91NOW HAS
INTERNATIONAL ST.INDING
Avery Hopwood, '05, world famous
playwright, is now traveling,; in Eu-

rope. He will jit Italy and Ger-
many shortly to make arrangementsl
for the presentation of one of his best
farces, "Fair and Warmer." German
and Italian will make 15 different
languages in which this play has been
acted. This fall both "The Gold Dig-'
gers" and "The Bat," the latter writ-
ten by Hopwood in ionjunction with
Mary Roberts Rinehart, will be staged
in Paris.
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