J HEAD OF IMPORTANT DIVISION Wisconsin's university extension division has two fundamental aims jo create in all the people a realization realiza-tion of their educational need and to . sati.sfy that need. Education by "ex-Jteasioi:" "ex-Jteasioi:" does not mean that the laboring labor-ing man is taught Greek and Chaucer, -regardless of his individual want, it Joes not mean that knowledge is -ground out to him by a soulless ma-d.'iiie, ma-d.'iiie, but that he is stimulated to live, in the true sense of the word. Whether the means of that stimula-lij;i stimula-lij;i be vocational or cultural education, educa-tion, the end sought is the same. In Wisconsin the seemingly impos- 5bls? task of making the university a . .personal friend of every one in the -state is attempted by means of a well-developed well-developed organization, headed by Dr. Louis K. Kebcir, who lias been dean of : !!se extension division since Novem-bt-r, ;)07, and has demonstrated over arid over again his rare executive Tifriiitv. as well as his broad human f x J K j .sympathy. Men in all walks of life are taking advantage of his instruction. The correspondence department is the only one that deals primarily with individuals. Therefore it, more than any other, affords concrete examples of the way in which people are being helped to make the best of their abilities. I'ciitrary to popular opinion, this work is, above all else, personal. Prof, ' William H. Lighty, who is in charge of it, has had years of "settlement" experience ex-perience that is invaluable to one dealing constantly with all classes and ail . nationalities of people. , .