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Jeffersonian Reunion

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The seventh animal re unión Wrio held last Wcdnosday evcniiig at Ilaugsterfcr's Hall. There was a vcry fnll attendancc ol the membcrs, bcsides tlie Law Faculty Prof. Tïler, Prof Palmer, Dr. GoLDwr.N Smitii, of Cornell Unlverslty, the reporter of the city papers, and reporters of the Detroit Tribune and Pm Press. After the supper, which was preceded by a few pleaslng reraárks by the President, J. R. Bond, two addressea, one in behalf of the Senfor and the other In behalf of the Junior class, the former by Q. W. Coi,e, of St Ilclena, fJal.i and th latter by R J. iÏAiKE, of Jacksuu, were delivered, followed by a poera by J. Q. Wing, B. A., of Auroru III. Both of tho sdilresses were excellent, and tlic pocm did credit to lts author. These were followed by toasts whlch werc responded to by Jiulge Campbelt,, Dr. Smith, Prof. Pat.mer, Prof. Tyi,kh, and severa! others. Tliis part was by no mcüis below the rest of the exercSscs, and Judge Campjiem., so popular with the boys at all times, did credit to hunself by hls wlttlci9ni8 and sound advlce. Dr. Smith'Si Prof. Tyi.ek's, and Prof. Palmek's were also pleasing and appropriate. Everything passed offadinirably, and one tlitng to be noticed and commended, was that no liquor was drank by any one, whlch can not be saai of soine of the society uuions.


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Michigan Argus