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THE

WOLVE Li1

Ift Vol.

F ; ;ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JULY ) 0)10.

No. 4

VfARSIIY CAF[
612 E. L[BERTY
Open for Summner
School
Board single week - $34.50
Four weeks - $13.00
Hone-, Week D ays
13reakfasi, -- 6:15 tIo 8:30
Diinner - - 12:00) to 1:0(0
Luncheon : 5:00 to 6:30
Scnada s
Break last - - 8:00 to09:30
Di nner - - 12:30 to 2:00
Luncheon - 5:30 to 03:30
Itegalar mealo 25c:. Sunday
Dtinners 35e
W. H. BARNES, Prop. '13 Medic
ENGPVINGILIMAIN
JOCRNAL BURRLING
DETROIT

NUT ALL COL EGE orderly and harmonioues growstt and de-
NOT ALL OLLEGE t, alth1oghthe collee course to
COURSES DESIRABLE s srenllysworderwilset l b hol
norm). A college corecis not ortt
President Hutchins Speaks of h1l' in this age of atisitandl ogii
tlining, in this age of great1aciev
Dangers and Advantages of mets and otunIllities if it neof a
University Education ohesif it 50 lose ltphis indittandi
________heart a to sttt out eertin bt the
light of te pritel pgee, rtwos-
COURSES SHOULD BE INTESIVE still but te ight of the pritd tpge
of a narross specals I desint to
-- b~eamiunneerstod I belee sound
The olid quiestin, is a college corse shlarisip, in broad iiiilideep shlr
worth while? sas treated be President slt, in the seolrsip tat we ge t froin
It otelins it his address tlst iight. -Icbooks,andIisturgte ethtte stidetitac-
said itliart: qire the schlarls atttdand sithat le
'It is ot mey purpise to distss at apprtiatch the stbets of his etoice front
this ltime the geieral tquestiot as to the scholarly point of view, but I do ot
whether or nt a college cotrse is wortlelieve in te scholarship that absorbs
swhile as a preparatioit for the activities te eitire man to the exltsioii of every-
of life Witht te indeed it is nota thitg else that has o oject before
qunestion. There s ttt my optntotito it ht the mne acqirg of knosledge
rooim for edisesstoit I mty~self beliesein the scholarship that itakes a itint a
thatit is werthtl while as aptepirt ioniet(iree machite for the gaheig of facts
for any callittg that rqiriies t ee-anita, lith o deitite piurpo(se i;
is(el ofniifoimil jugena ndtl1))1o(f svied I beeive it a stholarsip itiait
censtutis epowier ii dis ot only ca Skioledge of bo,
eli lithesast iiaiori 55 of man d tt Cnitisued n ae2.
wome the moltding itflticte of thi
collee orlIuniviiistys eoturse is unidonit-t
edlytht~ele s ossitle prepaaion foiteGEOLOGISTS WILL TRAVEL
acivities f lifeswhe theetiitlie rpi-__
vale lprofessionalitoinbsisnesstrohd-Sientsts Will Viit Niagaa and
itetan to tie prov1iso I ca'llene a-'utinBa
telitisli) teeiorise epohierIsselecedi u-n-a
tha i b pusud it th popr sirt, Amngi i"the1regla %esle xcur ssion'is
withtht eenrigt'ttituidienwr oad plan11 nstil foth classes ii phy~siography,
ile asndl withithelproperediiiiew hrueitwoss tit re of geserat inter
t wiill bt my urpoi(ese ini this briefiad-es.
dressto splainiithe lkind (f tllege Jiituleldthere usd be al'its rio
tll Nigrataus. ii 10a 1ii
rnui))se tt iiis worthi swhie a trpcara
tionltfoi the actisities (f life, aidll iso \i 1 ((liiinthe afenoionl miitiie ill take
ih id ttis nit ((il)ot wolthittheot feo el))) itIiciito tiuffl,an
is'hili, btttis a posiivledetrliimenst i to ise ill emrise t te F lls t tel) te foll-
on hopursuesi. liwig miiiiniig Ie tieurn wsill be
"The firs graise, dangerethat con hiyot, liainug Bufio late on le
frnsteu isitystusetnt is oeith ~aafteinllolaof tei2411) This will tt I
groIls soutii Il the very richness an erlmwiai tth al adtl
vaiet o(1(f the ((ori aities ofered. The ri hib nilaiswill stliee lio i tlt
Qilillciiiuniiirs iy iannounicemen(-tt cot iiiid tleas atjtutune. I le e se o
ers aatne of sbiects aind courses thet the Itriswill te aot$ o ndIh
sopssaveylarge filof humniiiainterested soldti see AOr.Seott 011
knowsledeTls invites te studettosetim Bildiig 9-11 AX M.,efoet
ilan orIiiisef a chieite of swor, not i9 as the aeommodatins reseedr
fore liwihole four years, ut foe aiiitee.
siiigle semiester, nI I am er stiaiied ITle ireguarumaiiil tetIi Sili toPu
thti tifreuuienty- mistaes are madeil in-Ba iwill be tedtil onAugs i13th
in formuiiii ni the isor. I refer to his islaiid, so nee sin from theiiu
this inattir foithe proeo tepes oial iid isoical sadepoints is
ing the hope that in the futiuirenor iiay inreaed b the Staier IFraik I. lii
be so adjulistediithat the ecresi studentsfroiiDethiste))ITletrip ItIkes on a
will he guided 1nitiehlat hose 1)1)o1are eaingAun-nAriboi at 0o A. 0. iand
seekinig uli ithcouirseof leasist-reuniing at iti:30 P.1. PTe fae
misseiwill lie elimiiatedsil e not ioenthan $I2o0iwitli ali
eA ollege ouse is not sothiwhihe additioial epeuse of ic foe each ci,
foleOtte wshose elhief anx'iets is to avo(id svisitei.
leork.Suc'sttdeitis beicoie tie ioce Dii ihese exeursiouns, i is the aim to
mtemberli s of that beds of oidesiiabes'asoedteehnicelities as far as possible
tha t-d:es setmuihitie br ingiiicr edtaid me teii of geieal iitees ill
cipont the imiiirn iuivity.ell This lass all
is fiirtiuiitely not i liege oure, and is
ciimposed miistli of thse ssho re seitr FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
ito clege11y socilly1iaspiigadaiil- O I SATADHRO TE
thit pareusiwhli sect: foi theirehildene
theedistiinitill))that theyiesmagneecoese ER IDR OTMiih
from te loldiniig of a unesite"ree. j ER- IDRFOS iitr
elichalenge yone attentionmo thiis,1
m1 frietidsl tat te cellee cotrse that
is reallsiswirh ishiliitust le aninten-
site oei it must e one thaI demanods Service at 10:30 A. M., with
lie exereci sf the sudnilts eel pos- Sermon by
er;imst hcielite thiat stimlaes e-
cautesof lie tlea'sine thiatarisesfiout
tie overcomatngi of is difiuetlties; it musi Rev. Caroline Bartlett Crane
tie one thatitis adejused iwithl is-ess'to of Kalamuao

NEW DIRECTOR N _.
th i 1 i N il t t )111'1 WEFEK
fLDSh RECORDFS 1IROM 1'II uu1II 'I \ 1)1 VFRINI
VJJL'IJ NN iI I P INT ITS I'R11111StORY OhF
Dr. A. C. Kraenzlein is Highly (ISIIIS S'iN'0 ilCOINTINING TIlls
Endoresed by Keene 'I'() ;l I'SURIB111S
Fitzpatrick NV illSIN NYU INS liii NNOT APPIEAR
IN 'i ii- 1,1ST O ~StIS('RIRIN;RS
OiiN IINI-l11t'lSINBS lXV III", IN 111-
NO BETTER MAN FOR THE PLACE I010SI) tII IS AT ANY PRICN.

f I h t .ei tiic
st ~lc icicles 71
succeesssorto lhtptitckc f
tun) iitetaei at tr
huri dles,
lie. AleistC ~atrct
Ollinilenhiliis, NI ins Ii1)t ;
isl grd ae at th1t

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cl< theIININ r PI IN 1111011 10 IIIFRS01
IIIF'Lt 1 171NINS1ITY.
c h cl i 1111( I NIIINWN 011' iIINREC15TORY
foi e his: s lul 0 SCI 1tIN Al' DXCI
t 'eVihssirsdt -mtre
I 111:1 lfiurs o ate show a
leis h i i i -,cm l l iaso er thiose of last-year
1s N s illsiies Iitier-is- 17; Lass, mml
-- irng, 337; 8easl-
Iii 0 {lt' ; v t csttal of iouZ
las yariftr hesscorrs estoninig slate
l)c ifv we enistee-i and there was
than no 10si-coodSl emie siecof law work
" e iI 1TIota fo latis ers s ummonier
PLEASANT SUITES
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YOU OUGHT
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ntimibei of es-ni tsmuent.
Q1.The diily happeninigs ott
thin Catmputs.
Q1 lie anuuttmectnuts amid
noticens of Iuiitre esemits.
41.Thie substance of Public
ilers yosu can't attenid.
Q1Time tfficial Faculty noticens.
These things will appear in
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fillr hurdv-ls ile -it Neshs rlei
Nfrent IN Kis sills ((ii hisli v h)1 is
rahiii detabuthiXmm aciee

euouse oh
SUNDAY NOON
LECTURES
ON TN.
t; Bible in Education
BY
' FRED MERRIFIELDN
Jllt10i, Te Pedtagogical Use of
thei'Bible.
I misI-i. Edueational Qualities in
I thme Bible.
Juy-4.Iths hearings Upon Child-
hoodnul I]siuciennes.
Juli3, Chaterutr-Growth in the
Am% ,Literatue of Crises.
A t 1, fits Social Messages for
Au-. 1, The Educatedl Man's
t Book.

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