ON THE VARIOUS LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES.
The Personnel of the University and Normal School Committees Appointed Yesterday.
The legislative committees were named Wednesday.
In the senate the university committee is composed of Senators Potter, Giddings and Brown.
In the house it is composed of Representatives Chamberlain, Moore, Carton, Cheever and Gray. They are all republicans.
Senator W. W. Potter, of Hastings, is 30 years old and a graduate of the law department in 1895.
Senator C. W. Giddings is a lawyer of St. Louis, 52 years old, whose education was completed in select and graded schools.
Senator Addison M. Brown, of Schoolcraft, is a graduate of the literary department in 1883. He is a farmer and is 40 years of age.
Representative F. C. Chamberlain, of Ironwood, known as the tall pine of Gogebic, from his height, is 43 years old, educated at Ripen College, Wisconsin, with 12 years experience as a teacher and in is now a lawyer.
H. S. Gray, of Ludington, has three university degrees, A. B. '93, L L. B. '94, M. A. '96. He is an attorney.
John J. Carton, of Flint, the defeated candidate for speaker, is probably destined to be the leader of the house.
Henry M. Cheever, a well known Detroit lawyer, is 67 years old. He graduated from the literary department in 1853 and three years after took his A. M. degree.
Franklin Moore, of St. Clair, graduated from Yale college in 1868. He is a salt manufacturer and has a daughter in the university. He is 53 years of age. T
he Normal committee in the senate is Loomis, A. G. Smith, Baker, Davis and Latimer. In the house it is McCallum, Mason, Shisler, Dudley, Scully. Mr. Dudley is the only state normal graduate, belonging to the class of 79.
Mr. Scully, the only democrat on the two committees, is a graduate of he Fenton Normal.
There are three lawyers on the committees two of whom Senator Smith and Chairman McCallum of the house committee are graduates of the law department of the university.
Chairman McCallum graduated last June and Senator Smith in 1890.
Our local members are distributed as follows :
Senator Ward is placed on the committees on Cities and Villages, Federal Relations, Industrial Home for Boys, and State Library.
Representative Wheeler is on Printing, Soldiers' Home and Industrial School for Boys.
Representative Stumpenhusen is on Mines and Minerals, Home for Feeble Minded and Drainage.
The Railroad committee of the senate is McGraw, Maitland, Sayre, Mulliken and Leidlein.
The house Railroad committee is Fleischhauer, Chamberlan, McCall, Rulison, Reed, Whitney, Gordon, Pearson, Hart.
The Ways and Means committee of the house is Lusk, Dudley, Moore, Stewart, Laflamboy, Mason, Brownell, Weir, Hall.
The meeting of the directors of the First National Bank for the election of officers resulted in the election of Judge Kinne as president, Major Soule vice president, and S. W. Clarkson cashier.
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University and Normal School
Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat
John J. Carton
Henry M. Chever
C. W. Giddings
Adison M. Brown
A. G. Smith