TH-URSDAY, APRIL 1, 1926
ISSUI~FflMTIO Occupies His Time~
Will Scid Pamphlefs To0 "Prospective
Stuidents" III llicliigaitAnd
Witli t he next few weeks 26000 .x
copies of .a pmphlet peae ~ h
registrar's office, and containing con-
sideralble information for, -"prospective
1 niver si y students" will be nmailedl to ..
high schtool s throughout M ichigan andflrly .te .x i Yl~x,
The 16-pig.? _foldfmrs will be distri-
huted to high schol studjents through ."., ^
the principals, the pamphlet being' krr ww:
printed i in sufficient numbers to allow
distrib~ution ,40o all. those interested in,
enteringj the University next fall or
soon the'reafter. Along with the fold-I
ers, letters are being sent to 500 prin
cipals, including all of the accredited
schools in the state and others out-
side which annually send large stu-
dent delegations to the University, ex- 1
plaiining . that "the pamphlet is the
outgrowth of suggestions made by and )3f. Ile Fleuriani
recomnieu dation s received from comn- fcSrained relations between France
mittes f te Mchian tat Tec 'and Britain over League of NationsI
ers' association." council memberships isputnexa
Continu~ing further, the letter reads: pspnsbiittuonMgDcFera
"This pamnphlet brings together in Fr'ench ambassador to London.
convenien t form detailed in formation
concerning requirements for adImis--
sion andt. brief statements concerning "Detailed information is included
the wort of the first year in the concerning admission reqiuirements to
schools and colleges of the Uiver- all schools and colleges of the IUni-
sity admitting studlents directly from versity which offer curricula open tol
the high schools. This information is; freshman students; opportunities for
obtainable in the University catalog self-help, andl cost of room, b)oard andti
and collQ'ge announcements, but it is l other living expenses."
sometim'- difficult for high school1
students -properly to interpret college
catalogs;. hence the suggestions thata
the Uniersity issue this pamphlet of
informiation for widepread and gener -
al distribution to high school students
who are-. planning to continue their'
educatiomj l work in colleges and un-
The folder bears the announcement.
that the?' purpose of the committees G e
ini sanctioning such a leaflet is to fac-
ilitate tlre process of admission, with
advantage to the student, the high Luncheon
school pr'incipal and the University
admission officers. IDne
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