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Prof. Morris and family have gone to Camp Lou. near Chelsea. Dr. Prcscott went to Ocean Grove, NJ , last weck, for a few weeks' stay. Prof. Demmou held the teachers institute at Milford, last week, and the attendance was very large, about 175. The board of regents was represen ted at the funeral of the late ex-Regent Dr. Chas. Rynd, of Adrián, by Regent Duffield. The university was represented at the funeral of the late llon. Henry C. Lewis, of Coldwater, by President Angelí and Prof. Frieze. Dr. C. II. Stowell, of the university, was made one of the vice-presidents of the national microscopial association, at its recent session in Rocbester, N. Y. The bequest of the gaHcry of art made by the late Mr. Lewis, will doubtleu be tlie means of the request for a new building on tlie campus. Au art gallery. Hibbard, the Chicago pitcher, and who formerly pitched for the university club. is one of the luckiest men in tlie business. He is only twenty-one years old, aud when he comes of age inherits $200,000. The chair of French language and literature, in the Western Correspoudence Universily, (a new Chicago insitution, in wliich the instruction is all by correspondence) has been tendered Prof. Hennequlo, and it is thought he will aceept. The co-operative purchaslng society, which it is alleged will supply the students with all their requirementa while here at Wholesale prices, expeots to start off with a membership of 500. Headquarters will be in the store ou Huron street formerliroccupied by C, A. Lewis. KKGENï'S MEETING. A special meeting of the board of regenta was held Monday evening to consider the eomplainta of professors in regard to salaries, etc., aud to transact other business vvhich had aecumulated. A long letter was received and read from Prof. Kent, who is in Europe, resigning bis position, and giviug reasons therefor. After a spirited discussion of the matter in executive session, it was finally resolved to ask Proís. Campbell, Kent and Wells to retain their professorships in the law department at a salary ot $2,200. Judge Campbell being allowed to have a. eix months' course of lecturcs at proportionate reinuneration. The Jay professoiship in the law department, recently resigned by Prof. Cooley, was iilled by the appoiiitmcnt of Harry B. Hutchius, of Mt. Clemens, ata salary of $1,000. Prof. Hutchins is a gradúate lit. class of "71, and taught in that department from '71 to V6. In 1883 he was the republican candidate for regent, but was swamped by the "tidal wave," which elected A. M. Clark, fusionist. The salary of Prof. H. W. Rogers was fixed at $1,000. The chair of Matei la Medica, Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine, in the Homeopathie department, was Iilled by the election of A. C. Cowperwaite, M. D., of Iowa City, Ia., at present connocted with the Iowa State University. Dr. N. Balduin was reappointed for the coming year lecturer on obstetrics and diseases of wömen and children, in the same department. Prof. Dorrance was retained another year in the dental department, at a salary of $1,250. The following assUtants we re also chosen : M. D. Dolan,'M. D , assistant to professor of Ophtharnology, etc, in the homeopathie medical college. Lucius L. Van Slyke, Pb. D., assistant in qualitative chemistry at a salary of $300. Charles F. Adams, A. B., assistant in chemical laboratory. Theodore Roger, assitant in qualitative analysis. A. Green, Pb. C, assistant in chemical laboratory. Mis. Kate Crane Johnson, dispensing cleik in chemical laboratory. Eugene V. Ricker, A B., assistant in cliemical laboratory. The sum of $ü00 was appropriated for use in general chemistry department. The president and library coinmittee were instructed to procure an assistant librarian in the place of Miss Kate Farrand, who has resigned to enter the medical department.


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