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The library building is undergoing some repairs. Freshmen medies will llave a social at Newberry Hall tomorrow evening. The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give its concert in Ann Arbor, May 19. Dr. Abel has recived a cali to Johns Hopkins University and will probably accept. The Webster Society will give an open program, this evening, in the law lecture rpom. Prof. Hempl has not been able to meet his classes for the past few days, on account of sickness. There will be a general election of ofiïcers of the Engineering Society, this evening, May 5. Solicitor-general Maxwell, has been secured to deliver the commencement address to the laws. Manager Cleveland has arranged a second game with Cornell. It will be played in Ithaca, May 20. E. B. Gower, '93 law, has been appoiïited to take charge of the U. of M. exhibit at the W'orld's Fáir. Mrs. Cornelia Ford, wife of Dr Ford, of the medical faculty diec yesterday after only a short illness Harry Wilford, last year with '93 homoeops, was recently married to Miss Anna Fink, at Tamaqua Penn. Out of respect to Dr. Ford there was no work yesterday in the Medical, Homeopathie and Dental departments. Prof. Hempl has a very interesting article in the Nation on the terms "grass widow" and "widow bewitched." P-of. Scott has been offered the chü'n üf English in a Massachusetis College, but has not decided as yet to accept. The freshmen will meet tomorrow morning to choose class colors, and make final arrangements for the '95'96 inter-class field day. Miss McFarland, of the Daily board, has accepted a position for next year as teacher of English at Amity College, in Iowa. Mr. Ben K. Joel, the leader of the Freshman Mandolín Club, has resigned ort account of ill health and heavy work in college. F. A. Heizer, of Iowa, who represents his state in the inter-state oratorical contest at Columbus,Ohio, in here drilling under Prof. Trueblood. James R. Arneill, Demonstrator of Anatomy, has been sick, the result of blood poisoning, contracted while at work in the anatomical laboratory. Dr. E. E. Hagler, demonstrator of diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, has received an offer of full professorship in a well-known -u cunege iu uie wesi. The five medical students who left the University last year to complete their course at Jefferson, Philadelphia, passed the examinations with flying colors, and will get their sheep skins next Tuesday. On May 6 occurs the society contest of the Adelphi and Alpha Nu. The program consists of orations, essays, declamations, readings, and humorous society papers, all of which will be marked by the judges. Some well-known co-eds are being asked to give their opinions in respect to the general interest among the University women, in newspaperwork, and the advisability of giving them representation on the Inlander Board. Dr. Clement, who has been instructor in Latin here4for three years past, has accepted the professorship of Greek and Latin in the University of Idaho.. He is well liked here, and it is with regret that we learn of his intention to leave. Dr. Nancrede will give a talk on " Emergency Cases " before the VVomens' League, Saturday, May 6, at 3 p. m., in Newberry Hall. The formal election of the executive board of the league for next year will follow, and the afternoon will be devoted to a social in the rooms on the first floor. Light refreshments will be served.


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