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Maya Lee, '77, of Bóllalo, is vísifing friends in the city. Prof. T. P. Wilson goes to Éuiporia, Kansas, for a few days, next week. The Cliamber Concert of lust week Thursilay evening was well attendcd. The Detroit league club will probably be here next Fiiday to pluy base ball. V. H. Mitchell and Su inner Collins, both of '82, were miong college friends Sundny. Je&se F., '77, is now studyinr medicine in Philadelpliia. He was u town this week, A popular concert is to be given in University Hall by the Musical society. It is to take place the 4tb of May. The Argoiiaut showed a ;ood bit of enterpi ise last week by presenting to its readers i large engraving of the head of Dr. Cocker. Prof. A. Winehell bas au ablö article on Conmuinism in the United States in the current nümber of the North American Review. The University ball club will have an opportunity to test their skill with the Adrián College club Saturday afternoon on the fair grounds. The young men in Detroit have organized a foot-ball club under the captaincy of " Tubby " Chase, and propose to give the University team a kick at the boundiug sphere. Prof. Olney lias been o f Ie red the Presidency of Nebraska state university, but bas declined the honor because it would be a practical banishment from bis favorite studies and work. Prof. M. C. Cooley has returned from bis tour among the schools of Mechaiiical Enjiineerinir, and as a result of his observations somp chanires and 'inprovements are to be made in the course at 'lic University. Next Thursday and Friday the State convention of college lilerary s;)cieties will be held in Hillsdali'. Alpha Nu of the U. of M. bekiiiifs t the Assoclation, and will be representad by J. A. McLennan who deliren the oration and W. C. Foote wlio noes as delégate. The sophs and freshies had soveral evening rushes last week. The President bas threatened (lire punishment on any one caught at it but that does not prevent certain genllemembcrs from being rushed all the saine. The gentle members are selected, we presume, because they can the more easily be rushed.


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