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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 Excerpt: ...it by an electric line as well as the railroad, so that students conducting special classes could easily go back and forth. Some think it best for the University to begin work with the settlement already established as a nucleus, while others wish to establish a new University of Michigan Settlement. But the matter of first importace is, whether we shall branch out in this way at all, or continue to be represented by one member a year at Chicago Commons. The main objections to the plan are two, that there is not sufficient material in the student body to maintain a settlement, and that there seems to be no efficient leader who is at present available. The first objection is not well-grounded. There is no reason to believe that, with the increased interest that is being taken in the study of sociology and political economy, workers will not appear when called for. And undoubtedly some one will soon be found to take the responsibility of carrying out the project. Suffice it to say that the question is still being agitated, and definite action will be taken, jn all probability, before the end of the college year. Maude Hudson, '01. SPARKS FROM MANY FORQES. ALUMNAE DEPARTMENT. Relation. When a fraternity girl finishes her college of the course and steps out of the ranks of the ac Ai-maae tice chapter into those of the alumnae, she to'the' feels a tendency to look back with a critical eye Active chapter, upon the chapter she has left. This feeling is a natural one, her deep interest in the welfare of her fraternity being the cause for its existence. It is difficult for her to realize that the responsibilities to which she has become so accustomed no longer rest upon her shoulders but are assumed by those coming after her in the same way that she had, at one time...
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