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Page 9 - ... geology, mineralogy, chemistry, assaying, mining and mining surveying and such other branches of practical and theoretical knowledge as will, in the opinion of the board, conduce to the end of enabling students of said school to obtain a knowledge of the science, art and practice of mining and the application of machinery thereto.
Page 100 - Houghton, Michigan, and to Peter White, DH Ball and JM Longyear of Marquette, Michigan, as trustees, the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000), lawful money of the United States. The conditions of this gift, and upon which this fund is to be taken, are that the said trustees, shall invest the same upon bond and mortgage in the Village of Marquette, or...
Page 9 - Powers, all of whom shall be appointed by the Governor of the State, by and with the consent of the Senate.
Page 19 - Graduates of schools on the approved list of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools will be admitted upon the presentation of an unqualified recommendation covering not less than fifteen units, of which at least twelve must be from Group I.
Page 19 - The requirements for admission are stated in terms of units — a unit meaning the equivalent of five recitations a week for one year in one branch of study.
Page 21 - Students will be admitted to these courses on compliance with the conditions imposed for entrance to the College of Letters and Science. (See Index under Requirements for Entrance). Persons over twenty-one years of age, who are not candidates for a degree, and who wish to take special studies, are permitted to enter as adult special students upon giving satisfactory evidence that they are prepared to profit by the courses desired. Students who have satisfied all the requirements for entrance but...
Page 9 - ... aim and to help it toward prosperity. Most of the students of the college have come from Michigan. since it is a Michigan institution, but it has trained men from all parts of the United States, and from a number of foreign countries in both hemispheres.
Page 19 - University on the approved list are admitted without examination on presenting a recommendation, signed by the principal of the school, certifying that they have satisfactorily done all the work required for admission.
Page 10 - It is situated in the heart of the great copper-producing region of Lake Superior.* 'In the immediate vicinity are a number of active copper mines, among them several of the largest and most extensively equipped mines in the world. The deepest shafts in the world and the most powerful machinery employed in mining are here in constant operation. In addition...
Page 28 - It is the aim to develop the essential principles of mechanics and to train the student to be proficient in applying them to practical, rather than to theoretical problems. A large number of problems are solved, which, so far as possible, are selected from machines or structures with which the student is already familiar, or the study of which he is to take up subsequentiy.