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The regenta will hold a gpecial meeting July 17. Prof. Spaulding left Monday for a European trip. Jack Hibbrd, '87, of Hyde Park, 111., is at the Slg house. John Jaycox, lit '87, of Cleveland, is visiting his mother in thig city. Chas. Cooley, lit '88, is home from Chicago for commencement week. Dr. Martin goes to New York city where he will spend the snmmer in study. Harry Crane, of Kansas City, a student with the class of '84, is visiting his parents in the city. Miss Cora Benneson, of Quincy, 111., the alumni poet, is the guest of R. Glazier, on Geddes-ave. John Blair, lit '88, of Brooklyn, N. Y., is attending the commencement exercises of his alma mater. Prof. Frank Blackburn, lit '68, and wife are stopping in tne city for a few days on their way to Europe. Walter Dennison, '91, has accepted a position as principal of the Monroe schools for the ensuing year. Work will be commenced on the large addition to the chemioal laboratory as soon as plans can be made. Ex-Prof. Charles N. Jones, of Milwaukee, ie in the city attending the exercises of commencemeat week. The graduating lsw class was photographed in front of the law building by Randall Tuesday afternoon. L. K. Comstock, lit '88, with the Westinghouse company of Philadelphia, is visiting his mother in this city. Miss Carrie Gelston, lit' 88, who has been teaching at Battle Creek during the past year, goes to Wellesley college next year Fred T. Wright, lit '86, is spending the week in the city. He has been teaching at Jackson during the paet year, but leaves soon for Wyoming to engage in banking. Prof. Charles M. Gayley bas been offered a $3,000 professorship in the University of California, and he will probably accept it as the salary is nearly doublé thathe is getting hare. Superintendent Taylor, of the mechsnical engineering department, has received an offer from a large Pittsburg firm to superintend their works. The salary is much larger than he is getting here. The " Yellow and Blue," the new U. of M. 8ong',book, made its appearance Monday and had' a large sale. The songs by Prof. Gayley and F. N. Scott are all new and are set to appropriate music by Prof. Stanley. ____


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