The followlngresolutiong were adopted by Ihe junior class cf the medical depaitment of the university on thedeath of one of their nuniber, F. E. Wheeler, who died Feb. 20, 1882. Wherkas, The hand ofdeath has visited our class and removed from among U3 our eeteemed i'ellow student, F. E. Wheeler, Resolved, Tliat in his death we, liis classmales, feel the loss of a kiml and considérate man and an earnest and faiihful student. Resolved, That we extend to the relatives of ;be deceased, and especially to the devoted sister who tenderly caied for him during bis tedious and painful iil ness, an assurance of our deep regret at his untimely dealh and of our synipathy for thein in their affliction. Resolved, Tha,t this preamble and the accompauying resolutiou he published in The Ann Aebor Demochat, and that a copy of the same be sent to the relatives of the deceased. J. M. Latta, Ralph McXkes, .1. I. Sweezky, Committee.