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O. H. Hans, Iit '98, is the new business manager of the TJ. of M. Daily. Regent Farr made a ten minute address to the senior law olass last Friday. E. D. Brown, '96 dent, will open an office and practice dentistry in Dundee after July 1. An informal party was given at the Theta Delta Chi house on Thursday evening of last week in honor of May Festival guests. The fund for the woman's building received an addition of $155.60 by the sale of ice cream and eoffee after the May Festival concerts. Dr. George Dock read a paper on "Diseases of the Heart, " before the Calhoun County Medical Society at Battle Creek, Tuesday. The freshman medies won the ehampionship of the University on Tuesday by def eating the freshmau lits, the score standing 16 to 7. A rate of $1.50 has been made for the excursión to Detroit tomorrow. This iucludes admission to the Michigan-Chicago game at D. A. C. park. The week following June 8 has been fixed as the time for holding the medical exarnïnations. The last lecture will be delivered ou the Friday previous. Clayton A. Peters, of the University gradúate school, has been called to the professorship of natural sciences in a state normal school of Peunsylvania. Students who intend to be at the St. Lons, Mo. , republicau convention, shonld hand in their names to E. C. Liudley or Mr. Davis and obtain tickets for reserved seats without extra charge. The branoh of the Woman's League has elected the following officers for next year : President, Miss Sara Brown ; vice president, Miss Naohtrieb ; recording secretary, Miss Jessie Mack ; corresponding secretary, Miss Georgia Bacon; treasurer, Miss Jean Wilson. Hadley V. Richardson, '93 Iit, and Franz C. Kuhn, '93 Iit, both practicing attorneys in Detroit, while in Ann Arbor for a few days atteuding tne May Festival, made deüuite arrangenients for the first reunión of the class of '93. The reunión will be held on Wednesday of commencement week. An attendance of fully 150 is assured.


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