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Notes From The Campus

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Day
14
Month
April
Year
1881
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Public Domain
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Sophs wil] sport with white Uerby bats. The senior medies are to have black plug bats. The sophomore lits are talkingof having a class hat. Senior pbnrmics are now working on "time'' in organic. The fresh will have their class slipper the latter part of May. The Detroit clothiers are rigging nut the boys with spring suits. The freshnien class supper is to come off the last Saturday in Muy. The sophomores are going to have a big time, but the date is not yet fixed . Prof. Ecker, of the Grand Rapids high school, spent a few days in the city last week. Miss I'.mma E. Bower dispenses the medicine at the homeopathie college on clinic days. McMahon, class of 77, has got a position in university of Paris as Prof. of Knglish literature. At the senior class meeting next Saturday, the senior reception, class supper questions will be settled. Prof. II. C. Adams in lis lectures on finance, will next takeuplhc subjects of f ree trade and protection. Prof. Morris arrived in ton n last Thursday and will spend a few days here. He is accompanied by his wife. The bicycle club are practicing for Ihe purpose of taking "news" to SaüDe, Ypsilanti, Detroit and other places. The offleers of the athletic association will meet sometime this week to complete arrangements for field day in May. The managing editor of the Chronicle has purebased a complete file of the Chronicle and wi'.l have them bound. The students' lecture association cleared the past year $G7, and the lecture board has presented $500 to the gymnasium fund. Prof. II. C. Adunis had au interesting article in the last number of the International Review on the subject of "Modern Debts." The senior pharuiics were examined in toxicology by Prof. Rose Wednesday. AU of the classes are well pleased with Dr. Rose as instructor. The senior class will hold their meeting next Saturday, having been unable to do so last Saturday because other classes had got anead of them in obtaining room A. Club board does not always rival Delmonico, but the $1.75 per week club boaider now has all pains undcr his vest diagnosed as, "too much strawberry short cake." Messrs. Parsons, Morse and Textor, quizzed at the last meeting of the senior Prescott lyceum. E. E. Gatchell acted as critic and read a paperon "Buiter and its Adulleralions." The creíwrespeaking class is, it timesone of the lifeliest places on the campus. The meeting last Friday was one of the wiodicst on record. It aróse from a misuuderstanding of the question. Mayor Stacy, who died the other day, was a gradúate of the university aud a member of the Alpha Delta ■ fraternity. Asa mark of respect, Mr. Edward Breman, '81, was sent to represent the fraternity at the funeral. The Alpha Nu litcrary society discussed the following questiou Friday nvening: Resolved. That the Nihilists in Russia have had sufficient provocation to justify their efforts to ovorthrow the preseut form of government. Dr. Frieze invited Bishop Haven to address the senior class next commencement, but the Bishop bas declincd because of his numerous other duties. lf the senior class had their say they would bring Billy Evarts here at commencement. Piug will be the ruie not :ue excep tion up to college now. Black phms will be sported by senior medies, dents, pbarmics and lits; white plugs or straw by the junior medies, and junior lits will have white plugs with black bands. The officers of the fencing club whlch was organizcd Saturday are : Presideut, E. Muck, Auu Arbor; vice-president, C. Mghtner, Detroit; secretary, H. G. Ohls, Hinsdalc, 111. ; treasurer, H. Ayers, Fort Smith, Ark. Prof. Hennequin bas consented to act as fencing master. The meeting of the class was held for tbc first time at armory hall on Tuesday last. Prof. Tyler bas won a great many laurels during his recent absence in the east. Concerning his lecture on "Tory Literature" the Providence Journal and l'rovidence Moruing Starboth speak very highly. The former devotes some space to Prof. Tyler's raode of speaking and considera it a verv pleising and scholarly one. The Ne.v York paperi also spek highly of him.

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