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Regents meeting on the 16fh. J. J. Comstock, '83, is in the city. How many lawn tennis nets will be spread on the campus this summer? Walter Miller, '84, and C. II. Durham, '82, sail for Europe, July lüth. Prof. Hennequin is cngaged it the Martha's Vineyard Instituto tliis summer. Thomas F. Moran, '87, has been assisf ing in taking the census of one of the city wards. C. F. Pettibone, Sigmu Phi, has gone to Ottawa, 111 , for a visit witli T. J. Lynch, Uw '83. Drs. O. F. Chadbourne anti O. F. Paié have gone to the White Mountains, st.irting on the 20th uit. D. IC. Cochrane, 'M, left yesterday for Chicago, on bil way home. He will attend the convention. Mr. Itandall loaned some of the iictures from his gallery for the decoration of the main building last week. Prof. Elisha Jones and wlfe sail for Europe on the 23J. Also EJniunU Uucklcy and W. S. Ilough, both of '84. Mrs. Rosabrugh, matron of the Unlversity hospital, lcaves to-day for a short vacation. Secretary Wade contemplates connecting, this summer, the entire number of refuse vaults on the campus with the sewerage system of the grounds. What think you of a person attending the President's reccption, and the alumni dinner, when he has failed of receiving his diploma ? We understaml such an iustance occurred last week. At the Martha's Viueyard Summer Institute Dr. A. B. Palmer this year has charge of the new department of Hygienïc physiology, with snecial reference to the effects of alcohols and narcotic0. Roehm & Wright, of Detroit, have presented to the University librarj', for use in the reading room, a fine large clock. The Regents, at their June meeting, put on record their thanks for Messrs. Roehm & Wright's " timely gift." Oh ! Miss Jessie W. Ramsdell, '8G, has Invlted the members of her fraternity, Kappa Alpha Theta, to spend a week at her home m Manistee, Mich. Misses Lottie Hall and Erama Healy, we believc, will accept, with other members of the society, Miss Ramsdell's invitation for next week. Mrs, Louisa Reed Stowell, assistant in Microscopical botany, n the University, was Ia3t week asked by the ladles of the various graduatmg elasses on the campus to sit upon the stage on Commencement day with other members of the facultie?. This is the first instance of any such requeat having been made in the history ofN the University. Mrs. Stowell felc that she must politely decline the invitation.


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