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SUMMER SCHOOL. JULY 6—AUGUST 17. Courses will be offered in all leading academic studies, also in Law and Engineering. For information and circulars, address
E. A. LYMAN,
326 East Liberty St , ANN ARBOR, MICH.
TEACHERS' REVIEW COURSE....
Thorough Drill and questions and reading in review in all the subjects and studies in which teachers will be examined for any grade in any city or state. Entire expense less than 60 cents a week.
LEWIS D, SAMPSON, Director,
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
SUMMER COURSES. Fourth year, July 5-August 12. Courses in Mathematics, Science, Languages
and Pedagogy. A delightful suburban locality in New York City. For circulars address
CHARLES B. BLISS, NEW YORK CITY,
COLUMBUS SUMMER SCHOOL
JUNE 20-JULY 29, 1898. For study of common branches and such higher branches as the demand war. rants. For full information, address
ABRAM BROWN, OR F. B PEARSON,
Central High School, Columbus, Ohio.
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THE LAW STUDENT
Who is unable to get away from home for the first year's work may have proper direction in reading by correspondence. In the regular Law Course, by the Chautauqua Plan, one who does satisfactory work through the texts assigned in the Junior Year will, on request, be admitted regularly, without examination, to the Senior Class in the residence work in the Northern Indiana Law College as a candidate for the degree of LL. B.
LEWIS D. SAMPSON, Director,
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