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Lawn tennis is beginning to blossom. Freshman banquet tomorrow evening. Dr. Dunster is again unable to meet bis classes. The frats are playing a series of interfraternity games. The Universitp will hold a mock Republican national convention. The Varsity Rugby team beat the boys at Notre Dame, last Saturday, to the tune of 26 to 6. The Glee club serenaded their friends Monday evening. The club will sing in Detroit in June. The seniors talk strongly of having the Thomas orchestra here for commencement. Nothing is too rich fur that class. E. E. Powell, lit '85, so well known in Ann Arbor society circles, is Btudying theology in the Bokon Uuiversity. President Chamberlain, of the Universi'y of Wifconsin, will probably deliver the address at commencement time this y car. A mingTel show will be given soon by the students for the benefit of the Gym, and W. A. MeAndrew, lit '86, has written a farce, entitled, " Whistling Geese," which wiH be rendered at that time. Dr. Albert Shaw, associate editor of the Minneapolis Tribune, will lecture beforo the Pulitical Science Association, on Wednesday, May '2, at B p. m., in room 24, UniveMty. His subject will be on "Tendency to Over-Legislation in our State." The class of '88 was always noted for ita class spirit. Even now in its oíd age it has it, and boasls of it to a degree that the younger classes can't follow suit. They decided on a class nat, ana wunm une week after the selectbn was made 7ö hats were ordered. The Michigan Schoulma-ter's club is m its third year. Its aim ís " to provide for the discusión of tópica connected with the work of the high school and academy in their relation to higber intitutions." The next meeting wil] be held May 5, in Room 24. Prof. B. A. Hinsdale, Prof. I. N. Demmon, and Supt. Perry will take part. A Democratie program will be carried out by members of the variom departments, in the law lecture room tomorrow night. Rjsenthal, Ut, will speak of the democracy of Jefferson ; Mr. Barnett, medie, of the democraey ot Jackson's time, and Mr. Reichmann, law, will ppeak of the democracy of Cleveland. The exercises will close with an oration by B. J. Tellar.


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