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THE MICHIGANDA:ILY

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Brdu 'aus' Donation: iE EIA BISHPITIES OFFERED
Is Larg,.est Fund For; l ^ MANY COURSES
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i,,ogf %ose donations recently aec "rtt~
cepted 1,v the Board of Regents is
aLvailab le $2WQO per annmi for I)s loan
to "deserviing boys anI ir rls of Mich-
igain who ini the pursuit of their edu-
cation for technical, scientific and s:
practical occupations find it hard tos.
fulfill thieir .!financial obligations." -: s '
This gift is the largest of its kind , vrmd oasaeuiestol
rivalled by aL similar one at Harvard!
wtihich is given by alumni classes at,
their 2 atliliversary.
Mr.% andl rs Alfred J. Brouseau of
Ntewv Yor-k are the contributors of this
gift and have, according to President I ;,y
Clarence Cook Little, established a
fundt by means of which one of the f Ylzs
most wasteful educational methods,
will be alleviated-that of requiring >
the exceptionally equipped studentW
-vho is in financial straits, to spend1
a large amount of nervous energy in
too mnuchi "outside work" as a meaul xil ,I J Mex i-can
of 'self-sup7lport, report ded Cl-outt.to1

T Y y 141N 1)1 I bN ' ()' (ON:C'h' '
I i :11 (5)1i t Sc I tobe offered cthrough,
the l'niversi y Ext ension (hvision
<<<; i ILL. e second selmestj. in several
n~ Icigncit ies an <c.o.inilin itles helve
been un:flonfluce(Iby tale xt eion divi-
:: ;OI. Tweiity-foiii counties were of-
fured' during the first semester, nmak-
i.nz a total of 34 for the year.°
tie flilowing courses are being of-I
fered in Detroit: pub)lic health nurs-
ink;. b - Prof. lBarL,,ra Bartlett, of the
School of Education ; problems of jun-
ior Fud senior hi-gh school science,
1, rof. Francis Curtis of the School I
of h (nciti on; commercial law, by
irof. Earl S. Wola ver of the School
c." Business Administration; history
of aesthetics, by Prof. D~ eW itt If. Par-,te p i o o h de a t e t edua ox l s c o og , b r f. R e t
C. Angell of the sociolog y (depart-
2't;steam turbines, by Prof. John*
E. Eswiler of the engineering col-
l ege.

Custom Tailored
Clothes
Carefully made to your
measure. Workmanship
and all wool fabrics guar-
anteed. Prompt service
on alterations and repair-
Ing,.
Albert Gansle
TAILOR
115 E. Washington St.
Second Floor

Toasted
Sandwiches
Hot W'affles
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refreshments.
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Matinee Prices
Balcony 30c
Mi~ain Floor 40c
Cl! dren 10c
Nights
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Children 25ic

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