Aun Arbor, Mlch ., July 15, 88 Editor Coubikr:- To my woman s mimi, the solution of the present probem in reirard to tlie Medio. 1 Department of our Unlverslty isa simple one. lf he cllnical uüvantages of Detroit are so unerior, how easy it woultl be to builtl up a ood University in Detroit by hav ng tlie men wlio want a Univerelty hereconnect themselves professionally witli the Detroit College. Their graduaiou from and long connection witli our good U. of M. has glven tliem I reputaion which woiild be of great help to rouns and strugfjling College, white half a dozen or 80 of our good teachers would scarccly be missed here, where thcre is Bucb an abuudancc of tirst class educatioiial ability. Thfl los of thoni would be but as a drop In tho ocean, whiTcas it mlght be real misslonary wolk to Rlye their enerjnes there, where tliere is lack. Surely uo oue here would object. Many are the able phvficians amon; the alumni of our 0. o(' M. S.Micely a state bnt whüt is dotted witli thein. Entlrely capable of lilling and dignifylng any chair in our Medical school. When any of the professors cease lo work fur the tlie U. of M. their salary rhoold stop. Michigan jives freely and gladly to her Inivcrsity, but there is no justice in uying men a salury every year to woik agains-t the University. Evidently the time agripe for employinif new method. If men work iu and for Detroit, let Hum be pald there and we shall all say "Amen." Let tliem build up a College there witli the reputation their connection with the lT. of M. has iven theni.