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Dr. Bush, of the homeopathie h ospi al, was oalled home to St. Louis Saturday by the endden death of his inother. Dr. C. B. Bliss, who has been studyng in the offioe of Dr. Flemming Garow, has gone to Springfield, Ohio, to emaiu permanently. Someone broke into the office of Clarnoe G. Taylor, superintendent of shops at the engineering laboratory, on Friday night. Notbing was taken and it s diffioult for Mr. Taylor to imagine why the act was committeed. The annual visit of the students to Detroit during the baseball season will his year ocour May 29. The athletio ports there on that day will oonsist uf a baseball game and a dual track rneet between Michigan and Chicago univerities. The 'Varsity nine defeated the D. A. 3'e in a game of baseball on the athetic field Tuesday afternoon by a score of 13 to 9. It was a game in whioh heavy batting predomiuated, Michigan getting in 20 hits for 30 bases, while ;he D. A. C. boys had nine hits for 14 mses. The resignation of Levi T. Griffln. rofessor in the law department, has )een accepted by the regents, but no oue has yet been appointed to succeed )im. He was the oldest meniber of the aw faculty, and had been a full profesor for 10 years. In 1894 he became ;otally deaf and since then his work ias been much hindered by his afflic;ion. The date of the Glee Club concert has aeeu changed rfom June 4 to June 5. 'be clnbs are hard at work rehearsing or this ooncert and propose to make'it ne of the best ever given in Ann Arbor y the university musical clubs. The oloists on the Glee Club tbis year are C. E. Pease, '98 D, and S. I. Motter, 99 L. Tiokets for the concert can be euured trom any member of the clubs r of the Athletic Association.


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