Miohigau will play Nortbwestern at tbe athletic field tomoirow afterncon at 3 o'olook. The couoludiag baseball game of the nniversity series will be played tomorrow nfternoon wben the niue will play Northwestern. The S. C. A. has re-eleoted upon its board of trustees Dr. Eliza M. Mosber, Prof. Volney M. Spaulding, E. F. Mills and A. E. Jennings. They will serve for three years. Last Friday abont 50 of the pharrnacy stndents spent the day in Detroit visiting soine of the large drug honses aud laboratorios for the manufacture of pharmaceutical prsparations. The '00 law were defeated by the Noramls in a baseball game at Ypsilauti, Monday. In the ninth inning the game stood 5 to 5. In the tenth inning the Normals batted out tbe winning run and were viotorious. Dr. S. M. Yutzey, James R. O'Neil and George B. Wallace of the medioal department of tbe University of Michigan will spend the snmmer studying in Vienna. They will sail from Baltimore for Bremen on June 15. Tomorrow afternoon a lawn sooial will be given on the grounds of Prof. Russell, corner Hill st. and Washtenaw ave., the proceeds of wbich are to be devoted to employing a hospital nurse to look after U. of M. stndents when sick. Cornell has written to Manager Keith asking for a date to play a game with tbe 'Varisty baseball nine ac athletio field. As the attendanoe at tbe best games this season bas been a very slim one it is gomewhat doubtful whether their reqnest will be aooeded to. The offlceis of tbe ü. of M. Rifles meet in front of University hall evjery morning at 8 o'clock and go tbrough the regular army ceremonial of raising the flag. A salute was fired with a shotgnn Saturday morning, but Maj. Soule, treasuter of the nniversity, has promised the men a cannon. Fifteen jnoior engineers left Saturday morning for Carp lake, Leelanaw county, for their annnal surveying praotice, nnder Prof. J. B. Davis. The men pay their own railroad f are, bnt the nniversity f urnishes camp eqnipment and snpplies, the cnrrent expenses of the camp being about f275 each year. The building of the new home for nnrses at the university hospital, has left tbeir old quarters vaoant and the advisability of turning the latter bnildng into an infections disease hospital is now being discussed. This would afford au opportunity to stndy such diseases from a practical as well as a scientifiti standpoint. Conrier: Wyllys C. Rausom writes from St. Joseph that the class of 1848, of whioh he was a member, will obsrve its semi-centennial by a reunión at Ann Arbor during oommenoement week of this year, probably the last rennion the class will evor bave. Of a class of 16 but eight are still living. Four or flve of these will be present at the rennion. Tbere will be about 700 stndents in the gradnating classes of the University of Miohigan at tbe ooming cornmenoernent. It is expected tbat 40 gradúate students will receive higber degrees. Tho degree of Doctor of Pbilosophy may be conferred upon seven. Betweeu 65 and 70 students in the literary department, graduating in the class of '98, will receive teachers' diplomas. The Detroit Brancb of the Intercollegiate Alumnae Assooiation will hold its spring meeting tomorrow at the j university by invitation of the nniversity alumnae of Ann Arbor. The morning session will be devoted to business. In the afternoon there will be an address by Prof. R. M. Wenley, in Tappan ball, upon the "Ideal Curriculum for a Womau's College." Tbere will be discnssion afterwards by prominent members of the association. The University of Michigan Masonic Club filed artioles of incorporation with County Clerk Schub yesterday and a total of 48 names were signed on tbe paper. The object of the organization is to form a social club and provide a club house. The membership is limited to Master Masons wbo are connected witb tbe university. The offioers are as follows: President, O. P. Cole; vioe president, W. P. Harlow ; seoretary, Harry C. Robinson ; treasurer, Alphonso C. Wood. G-ladstone memorial exercises were held in University hall uudsr the auspices of the Uuiversity Oratorical Assooiation, Thursday evening of last week. A fine program of music and oartory was presen ted. Tbe speakers were all men wbo have won honors in oratory and debating and are as follows: J. S. Latbers, M. L. Weir, T. A. Berkible, Frank P. Sadler and Lloyd C. Whitman. Miss Florence Hayes, of Detroit, sang, and L. L. Renwiok, of the University Sohool of Musio, played on tbe Coluinbian orgau. The exeroises were but slimly attended.
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