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Interesting Story
Undoubtedly you have many times,
in walking down the diagonal walk,
noticed the huge boulder that rests
on the campus in front of the Law
building with the words "Presented
to- the University by the Class, of
1862" cut on it. Have you ever stop-
ped to wonder where it came from,
how it got there, and why it was pt*-
sented to the University?
There is a notice in the report of
the University museum to the Board
of Regents in 1863, one year after the
huge rock appeared on the campus,
which tells the story o fthis old land-
mark.
"It was found in a lot near the rail-
road depot, projecting slightly above
the surafce of the ground," the story
says, "and was raised by the private
enterpirse of the class and removed
to the campus on a sled in February.
It was left there where it is now to
be found, the inscription of the class
of 1862 acrved on it as a monument
to their memory."
"It weighs about six tons, and is com-
posed of jaspery conglomerate, and
wil lremain there in memory of the
clas sof 1862, far outlasting the pyra-
mids as it already exceeds them in
antiquity," the story adds.
WOMEN OFFERED
SPECIAL COURSES

A NOLD DALY it"MY OWN UN
AT THE MAJESTIC TODAY AND

The eagles on your dol-

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lars will fairly

scream

with delight when they
see our prices.
Nothing but seasonable
and reliable merchandise
is offered at this sale.
Make your dollars earn
war-time dividends at our

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store tomorrow.

These are but a few of
the many bargains offer-
ed. Pay s a visit and be
convinced of our desire to
give your dollars 'more
than their usual purchas-

"Over 17 per'cent of the enrollment
of our Amercian colleges has been
taken from them by the war," was the
recent statement of Dean E. H. Kraus
of the summer session. "This repre-
sents," he said, "a loss of 68,500 col-
lege and university men, whose places
must now be filled by women. The
University of Michigan is therefore of-
fering special courses this summer in
the lines of work most needed."
A course for w6men, food and food
values, is to be given on the same basis
as military training for men. It may
be taken in addition to the regular
amount of work allotted a student.
In this way it will be possible to get
nine hours credit, or, if one has a
record of B for their work inthe pre-
ceding summer session, they may get
10 hours credit.
Other special courses will include
practical hygiene and Red Cross work;
the great war, and a seminary in con-'
temporary world problems, both of
which are concerned with the political
background of the war. A course in
Latin-American relations will be giv-
en in the Spanish department.
Play Ground, Indoor and Tennis
Balls at Cushing's.-Adv.
Class Dancing Monday and Thurs-
day evenings at the Packard.-Adv.

Majestic - "My Own United
States," played by Arnold Daly.
Wuerth-Louise Glaum in "An
Alien Enemy." Also Eagle's Eye.
Orpheum - Marguerite Clark
in "Bab's Diary." Also Eagle's
Eye.

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There is always qt
increase your buwlnes
40dertiing. Try It.-
Pop. Mats,
Tue., Thur. GMII
Sat., 25&50c DETROI
THE BONSTELLI
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SHOWS AT 3:0o, 6
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Wed-22-Mae Murray'i
Mutt and Jeff Car

Arcade-Mae Murray in "Face
Value." Mutt and Jeff Cartoon,
"Janitors." Also Screen Tele-
gram.

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the Su" and Drew

ing power

tomorrow.

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Choice its From
College Exchanges
The proceeds of the annual senior
play at the University of Oregon,
which will go toward the Senior Mem-
orial, were $200.
As a result of the drive which the
United States marines are making at
the University of Pennsylvania, 50
students have enlisted.
Students at the University of Okla-
homa who do not register this spring
-for next year will be fined $2 on their
appearance next fall. The object in
having students enroll before they go
away for the summer is to give the
faculty a general idea of the courses
which will be needed next year and
also to avoid the rush in the fall when
the freshmen arrive.
The dormitories at Princeton will be
apportioned in two groups next year-
one for those pursuing the military
course, and one for the small minority
who are taking no military work what-
soever. All freshmen will live in the
military dormitories.
The members of the University of
Illinois band recently purchased a
$100 Liberty bqnd with the money
earned by them this year at the var-
ious concerts they have given.
One hundred and eighty-seven de-
grees will be given this June at the
University of Oklahoma.

GOODHEW
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In order to fill vacancies in the*
faculty caused by enlistments, the
board of overseers at Harvard promot-
ed three assistant professors to full
professorships.
DePauw university announces the
election of ten seniors to Phi Beta
Kappa.
The University of Utah has greatly
curtailed its commencement program
in an effort to eliminate as much ex-

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Give Money or Service

pease as possible.

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The ensign school, conducted at
Northwestern university, has at pre-
sent 18 members. The work consists
of-study of the blue-jakets manual and
navigation mathematics so far as the
theory is concerned, and drilling and
signalling on the practical side.
Base Ball Supplies-all kinds at
Cushing's.-Adv.
Trunks, Suitcases and Bags at rea-
sonable prices. You may trade in your

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