The Summer School oí the University will open .Tuly o and close Aug. 17. Th.' conrees wlll be as nuuierous as in past ye:irs and iniich stronger in the lines of woik offered. The pedagogleal aspeets oí certain subjeci - taught will bc emphasized especially. 'i'tnis Professor Beman wlll offer a hers' eoni-se. In algebra and geom etery, Professor PillsbuTy and i, Rebe wil] offer some in psychology, and Professor Scott will offer a course in methods of teaching rhetorie and composition. The usual preparatory couTsea will ■ i to studonts !ntendíng to entei the Oniversity. There will be advauced courses, by Doctor Men sel and Mr. Effinger in modern lan guage work. by Pri i:,,ir,. an Diake in Latln, Professor Reed i physics, Professor Demmon in Eng Ush and American masterpieces, and Professor Seoit in Rhetoric. Profes Xewoombe will üave charge irse in botany. A course in zoolog la also to be furnished, Thero will be a course of froe lec tures given by distiaguislied and en tertaining speakers. Definite an nouncement of these and other matters pertalning to the conree will be avaïlable in a inontli. The summer school oí the law department of thè Universlty opens July 5 and continu; eight weeks, Die conree is designed especially those wJio wish to review mst work in prfrparation for oxaminatious admltting to tlie bar. and for tl.ose who desire to secure advance credit. Tluvr wil! be daily reèitatlona and lecturee. A course of free lectures aml entertalnnients vvill also be provided. The following professors and insh'uctors will hr.ve charge f the work. Professors Thompson, Ijane, Knowlton. Bogle, Johnson. Wilgus, Brewster; and Messrs. Dwyer, Hughes and Farrali.