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20
Month
February
Year
1894
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Public Domain
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Geo. R. Neil, law '93, and Miss Susie Turner were marned at Jacksonville, Oregon, Wednesclay February 7. The concert by the New Vork Philharmonic club wiJI be the next entertainment in the Students' Lecture association. At a meeting of the treshman class last Satimlay, Mr. A. H.Smith was elected class poet and Miss L. Waters was chosen for prophetess. A paper on "Why Should I Become a Churrh Member? " will be read by Mr. F. AI. Bacon, dent '95, at the St. Andrew's Vesper service tomorrow at 6:45 p. m. Already about 40 have handed in '' r names as candidates for the isitynine. Systematic practice wiil begin as soon as arrangernents can be made for the use of the "gym." This week there will be a reception at Newberry hall every evening except Friday. Monday, sophomore lit reception to members only. Tuesday, all pharmacy students regardless of membership. Wednesday, medical students, members only. Thursday, reception to all southern students. Saturday, Michigan students. About fifty students from the Mid-Atlantic states gathered in Newberry hall to enjoy the reception given by the S. C. A. No formal program was carried out, but nuraerous games were indulged in. Matching animáis seemed to be the popular game of the evening. Several recitations were given with good effect by Miss Ferry. Refreshments were served and a good time was had generally. While watching by the bedside of her daughter, Miss Lucia H., who is sick with scarlet fever at the Delta Gamma house, Friday night, Mrs. John F. Seeley, of Caro Mich., was stricken down without warning with heart disease and died within a short time. The remainswere shipped to Caro Saturday afternoon. This sudden death casts a gloom over college sociefy and Miss Seeley has has the heart feit sympathy of a large circle of friends in her sad bereavement. Speaking of the N'ew York Philharmonic club the New York Herald says: "The club is composed of a sextette of musicians who have obtained special prominence as soloists in the best musical circles; and as a result their services afford a most delightful evening to those who can appreciate a high class of chamber music admirably interpreted by these well-known players. There was at no time the least variation of one common idea - there was no lack of consistency or want of delicacy in the phrasing in a single instrument; all seemed guided by but j one mind, and from first to last it' promised to be, as it was, a triumphant conclusión to the program." The special train with the ers ror tne annual banquet ot the Michigan Club at Detroit, will leave Washington Tuesday evening. It is It is now known that the party will consist of Senator Allison and Congressman Dolliver, of Iowa; Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, and Lorin A. Thurston, the Hawaiian minister to the United States, as speakers. Both Michigan senators and all the Republican members of Congress from the state will also go with the party. It will reach Detroit Wednesday night and start on the return trip after the banquet Thursday evening. A large number of students are arranging to attend and Iend enthusiasm such only as college students can afford.

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Ann Arbor Argus
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