Education: Landladies' Ire

In Ann Arbor, at the University of Michigan, are nearly 10,000 students. For the several thousands who must board in Ann Arbor homes, the Board of Regents planned last September an $800,000 dormitory. At this, there arose bitter and prolonged outcry from some 7,000 landladies who will be left boarderless.

Last week, the landladies, irate, threatened a circuit court injunction against the university, charging it with breach of public faith, profligate waste.


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