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Soine of the professors indulge In cxt-rcise at the bowling al ley. The serai-anmial election of the Chronicle Association will be held Katurday, the 26 .hult. C. T. Brace, '81, pald the Zeta Psi boys and friends a vislt recently. He left on Sunday night. One of the fire peals of bolla in the library tower is now regularly usedas the University bell. Prof Denimon addresses the Students' Christian Assoeiation Sunday niurning on " Mental Sobriety." Dr. N. A. Williams, '83, of Deerfleld, visited in Ann Albor thia week, the guest of L. R. Esau and Sam Lansdorf. Dr. O. C. .fenkins, dent. '80, has an illustrated artiele on " Reparative Dentistry " in the January Phyaician and 8urg'eon. The semi-anuual Argonaut election is ealled for Saturday morning at 10:30. Editora frorn the junior, sophomore and freshouu classes will be elected. I). U. Fairbanks, l'ormerly of '84, pald his class aud fiiends here a visit this week on his way to California, where his people are moving from Fredonia, N. Y. The 8tudents have au exceptional oppoitunity In being able to hear Mattliew Arnold on Friday night. He lectures in but two places in the State- Detroit and here. H. E. Moseley, '83, stopped over Thurpday night in the city on his way to Detroit. He leaves tur Los Angeles, Cal., expecting to reinaiu on tbeocuwt perbapa about a year. Chas. H. Coolpy. foruu-rly of "84, left Tüursday for New York Uity, from wliich point he salled for Europe on Saturday. VVhile seekinfr heHlth, Charlie will endeavor to spend some time in study at the Uerman HChools. At Lansiii", one evenlQg laar week, C. A. Towue, 'Ml, is reported to have made a very miilhful presentalion address in deliverlng a leather medal to the victor in au awkward race at a roller skating rink. here will recall Charlie's ability in that line. The vertical boiler and engine formerly used in the meclianical laboratory was this week moved to YVhitniore Lake, wliere it will be nsed on a steamer plying on tlie lake. Mr. Sinith, tlie purcliaser, paid $18.") tor the engine. It co.-.t $235, new. By the way, Prof. Uooley and aasistaut are geiting things fixed up o nicely that some of the professors are going to take work with (hem. W. Walter Uarris, lit. "86, died yester7 ! ' '". r-HÉ the ajee of 21 yearp, 2 raontus, andf) days. Mr. Harria is the son of Wra, and Eüzabeth HttTrU, of Lake Linden, Ilouhtou counly, Mich., to whom we exteud our warmeat syiuputblei. Walt., as he was fainiüuily known, graüuated froin the hih school witli the class of '82, and eutered the University the same fait. The post-moitem exaininatiou yesterday forenoon showed that both his lungs were very much diseased. After short services at Mrs. Morse's residence this forenoon, the remains were accompanied to the depot by members of the sophomore class, by members of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, to which tlie deceased belonged, and othors, all of whom sinceiely mourn his loss.


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