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1
Month
June
Year
1892
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The tMlítws of the Inlander ha tna-d theiir "picturs tuked." . The vietxwy over YaJe was almos enough to pay for the club's east ei-n trïp of itself. Prof. W alter Miller will fill a chai at tile Lelnnd .Stanford, Jr., Univer siity of Caliifomia next year. The Cmiversity Glee and Banjo Clubs will give ain escellent programrae a Detroit íwxt Fpiöay cvening. Field Day Saiurday, was well at tended, iwid the events created mut interest aauong those fond of sports Dr. WtWter assistamt in the Homeopathie departmemt, has gone to San dusky, Ohi, wMli a view of locatLng t'here. The U. af M. Team gort eamght im Ohlö, aind eould not reach Detroit in time to play the Oornell game at that city last ilonday. On Saturday last at her home iia Bay Ciity, Miss Jessie Lisie Hodgkins, a meruber oí the Freshman claas ír th literary department, died oí itnflamatory rheumatfem. It te asserted tïuat Prof. Scott will pröbably accept a poüition in some other imih-ersity when lie returns froni Europe th.iis summer, where lie goes tQ piursue art studi'ew. Tho wealthy verettites of the country are after the braitns of the U .of M. and there w a great magie in money. The Riepubltoan Club meets to-nighi hv the law lectuire room for the purpose of adopting a constitution and perfecttaig arramgements for a ratiïiL-atioii oï the nominee of the JTinneapolfe comyent'Jon. Committees wiU be select-ed and efforte made to procui'e the asstetamce of eminent men on tlhe occasiom. Every member of the OTganizatiom should be on hand as' ñiuoh iimportamt busiiness is befare the club. The Detroit branch of Collegiate Alumnae ■vvill bold lite next meeting mi tJne Unitarian chmrch on Saturday. The programme of the day racludes tihe folloviing: Busiiness meeting at 10.30; luintíh, to which all members are iluvited; amd at 2 o'clock, íi litera r y meeting to WlifcU the public vvill be hieartily weleomed). The fol lowjliig papers wttl be i-eal and discussed: "The Duities of College Alumnae to Unin-ei-siity Extensión," by Jrs. Öuinderland; "Housekeepers' Clubs," by Mrs. Abel; 'Educatio'n in Mexico," by Mrs. Jane Bancroft Robinson. The reduit of the game with vand was different from last year. It gave Harvard 4 runs and U. of M. 2. The very best of fecliing prevailed, as at Priinceton and Yate, and no ïrnfair ad'vantage was sought. At Brown the day follawing, only stx iinnings were played because of the rank decisions of the Brown umpire who wils bouind to beat the boys anyway. At both Yale and Harvard they had been warned of the Brown'S tacties, aaid were mot surprised at what happened. The score at the end of thie six janmgs wa;s 2 ti 1 in favor of the U. of M. At a meeting of the U. of M. Republk-an Club, held at the law ectxupe i-oioni last Saturday eveung thei- were at least 500 members iin attendence. The resignation Ctf Mr. Burke, as president of the club was received and accepted, and Mr. H. 3. Parson Ut '93, was unanlmously chosen im his place. Jlr. James Ii. rneill, '93 medile was elected as vicepresid'ejit to succeed Mr. Parsons. The aeetimg was an enthusiastic one, anti all differences of opinión among tlie nembers that may have herftofore exsted, Tere merged iiii the gO'Od of the tommon cause. The club i's on the ■oad t'O prosperity amd greater victories t'ha.n ever before.

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