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The University

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Parent Issue
Day
13
Month
February
Year
1885
Copyright
Public Domain
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Did you flunk? Mack, homoeop '6, is all O. K. again . Jeroxne, lit '85, spent Saturday in Detroit. The new semester begins next Jlonday Feb. 16. A daughter was bom to P: of. üemnion last week. Prof. Dunster exaniined the medies yesierday afternoon. Bessie West, lit '86, will leave college the end of this s mester. The laws went through a Blackstone quiz Wednesday afternoon. C. H. Kiine, law '85, uid not win the 5 müe Chanipionship on skates in Detroit. Many of the lit fininhed this sernester's work, spent the past wt ek !it their homes. Chas. F. Adams, now of the Michigan Military Academy was in town kst week. The Han's Souci chib held a very plesant hop at Armory hall on Fiiday evenmg. "Gath" did not please his andience in bis lecture Friday evening in university halL The date of the Choral Union concert has been changed to Wednesday evening, Feb. 25. Dr. M. D. Goodyear, med. '68, bruthtr of J. J. Goodyear, spent part of this week in the city. The members of the iSnginenng soi iety want visitors to attend their meetings more frequently. The Argonaut claims for ltself the largest circulation of any college pajer in the United States. The senior denis have appointed their oommittee n class pictures to consist of E. Hallock, Whisiler and Lundy. The members of the Hahnemannian society have taken action debarring liim from memborsLip in that society. What n xt. The Athletic association, a eording to President Rosenthal's report before the legislative committee has the sum of 4,212 76 in ite treasury. The alumni dinner to be held at Washington, D. C. on Feb. 18, promises to be a great success. Over 60 alumni areexpected to take part. Eddie Pitkin forinerly lit'8-1, rettirned from many miles beyond Winnepeg on Friday last and is now astonishing all Ann Arbor with his wild west stories He will re-enter college next semester. Have you heard thu news? The Demockat offers a bargain. Any student who will send us 35 cents will receive that nesy, lively, sparkling, bri.;ht and intereting paper from now until June 3J. Send us our orders at once Students who exjiect to spend part of next week in Di troit should not fail to visit the Detroit opera house. 'I he t elebrated play eutitled " . atíes oí Sin" wül run the first three nights, while the ever popular Mr. and Jlrs. Geo. Kuight will pluy theru tLe remainder of next week. Manager Chas. A. tíhaw, of i he Detroit opera house is about to secure reduc d lates on the railroad ,for any studenta who wish to visit Detroii. The M. C. K. R. will issue for about 1.75 tickets to Detroit and return, which will include an admission ticket to the Detroit opera houBe. BOne of the most expert skuters at the Palaoe is Mastcr Lawrence Sweeney. Though he had never skated on rollers before the opening oi the Palace, one would consider him a skater skilied by many years experieace. You niay cali for alniost any of the fancy trioks done bj professionals, and Lawrence will render it in a perfect manuer. With a little more practice there is no reasou why our young friend should be excelled by 1 any boy skater on the mail.

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Ann Arbor Democrat