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Day
5
Month
May
Year
1881
Copyright
Public Domain
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1 lie senior elíiss will not have a class supper this year. The Ypsilanti boys will play the universitj' base ball club sood. Walter Buhl will send a man here tp measure the seniors for caps. Prof. Steere will soou move his specimens into the new museum. Prof. Pettee has removed his specimens of miuerals to the new museum. Dr. Williams, of Ypsilanti, addressed the Ilahnamann society last evening. The engineers are working hard on their theses. They hand them in soon . The caps lo be worn by the seniers will be a maroon colored skull with a tassel. Yesterday at chapel the sophmore and junior classes swung out their new hal. The taxidermist of the university has set up a great nuinbcr of new specimens of birds. Some smarty cut clown last week a post to one of the entrantes luadiug to the university grouuds. The 8. E. room in the upper story of the new museum is to be used b}r students Btudying vertebrates. North and Oswald wiil take the group picture for the senior class. It will be, in size, 11 by 14 inches. Kothing will be done toward any of the improvemants that are to be made on the campus this year, until after the regents meeting in June. The lecturc association elections take place Saturday. There are two tickets in the field headed respectively by E. White and Frauk Davenport. At the meetins: of '81 Saturday, the cotumittee on class-day was instructed to raise by assessment the necessary amount for the expenses of that occasion. Mr. Chas. A. Towne '81, bas been at bis home in üwosso during the last week on account of sickness. As soon as he is better he will return to his college duties. Prof. Florestan of Paris is in town and desires to lccture before the students on "dramatic art.'1 He will dehver thein in the Freneh language. lic will also give readings. Dr. Alex. O'Neill, who has been connected with the allopathic hospital for several years, has been promoted to the position make vacant by the resignation of Dr. Bennett. Three patients from as many different places, Milford, Jackson and Lansincr, ■ came to the homeopathie hospital Monday. Kvery bed is now full, and in order to make room for others extra beds are being put up.

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Ann Arbor Democrat