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Day
7
Month
April
Year
1893
Copyright
Public Domain
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Judge Gilmore, of Ohio, visited the senior law class, Wednesday, and made a short address. Prof. Trueblood has been unable to meet his classes this week, owing to an attack of rheumatism. A raovement to erect a Students' Christian Association building at the state normal is well under way. Dennis Quinlan, '94 law, returned yesterday trom the north, where he secured the nomination for a vacant seat in the legislature. H. H. Walker will represent the Young People's Society of this city at the Y. P. S. C. E. convention held at Bar Harbor this week. Yesterday, in the practice of throvving the hammer and putting the shot, a student was hit with a hanimer. hut fortunatelv no serious injury was sustained. A. E. Ewingwas married Wednesday evening to Miss Carlotta Bailey, of Grand Rapids. Among U. of M. people present were E. O. Gallaway, C. R. Sutton, Ralph Stone, and H. D. Jewell. W. E. Bolles and J. H. Van'Tassel were in Grand Rapids Thursday attending the third annual convention of the Michigan Epworth League. Mr. Bolles will read a paper on "How may we utilize the public press?" Some student, evidently disgusted with ninety-six's free use of black paint on the campVis, has decorated the baseball back-stop with the folJowing legend: "For childish play and baby tricks, the cake belongs to 96." The Press Club will meet Saturday, of this week, at 4:30, in Room 12, law building. Papers on sensational journalism will be read by Mr. J. L. Lorrie, lit '95, and Miss Gertrude Buck, lit '94. There will be a general discussion by members of the club. Every afternoon, at the east end of the campus, the men are busy practicing the shot put and hammer throw. A number of new men are making a good showing. Among those who throw the hammer well are Smeltzer, Grifñn, Percy, Rose, and Austin. In the shot-put Conkiin has set a pattern of 35 feet, while Smeltzer and Decke put the hall about 33 feet.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News