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29
Month
May
Year
1890
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Fjur weeks from today g comaienoement. The field day management was wretched this year. The Universities are to play at Lansing, Saturday. A party was given at the Phi Kappa Psi house, i'riday evening. The freshmen medies finish their work June (, and the juniors on the lOth. Prof. Greene has been employed to draft plans fur a sewerage system at Petoskey. Miss Kirlley raad a paper on " Trüobites," before the Geological Society, Friday afternojo. Tne seniora of the Phi Delta Phi fra] ternity banqueted the junior members, Friday evenmg. The senior Hts are talking of ereoting a handsome lountain on the campus, as a class memorial. The freshman base ball dub will play wicn the Detroit High School club at Detroit, Saturday. The Oberlin College niño will play a return game with the Universities on the fair grounds, June 7. Argonaut : A. J. Oovell, '87, has been called to the pastorale of the Congregational church ht Flint. ■ Librettos for the Latin play have been put on sale at Brentano's, Maxwell's and McClurg's book stores in Chicigo.; The senior lawshave won two games of of base ball from the juniors, and now hold the departtnent championship. MoAndrew, '86, managing the mountain trip of college men this summer, has received six applications from Boston. The election of cfficers of the Students' Lecture Association will be held in room A, Saturday morning at ten o'clock. ö. C. Tutbill, '91, has left college to accept a positioa with the Chicago & West Michigan R. R., for the summer. - Argonaut. U. D. Warner, '91, a membsrof the Argonaut board, has accepted a position on the reportorial staff of the Chicago InterOcean. The design for the senior law invitations wiil include a chain of Roman coias upon whieh are pjrtrayed the likenesses of the faculty. The Datroit alhletic club nine will play two games with tbe Universities, on the fair grounds, tomorrow, both morning and anemoon. J. R. Angelí easily won the lower tenn's singles at the Oaerlin College field day, Saturday, defeating his opponent by ta score of (i to 1. The University team went to Oberlin, Saturday, and defeated the Oberlin college club in a well contested game, by a sjore ol seven to six. Conrad Wolf has been electeJ prophet of the senior law class. lie should te able to foretell aocurately what wiil beoome of the " lambs." Argonaut: F. C. Fisher, '91, has left college to accept a posilion ou the engineering lorce of the Calumet and htecla Mining Co., Calumet, Mich. Rev. II. Tatlock has designated each Monday evening until the close of the University, as a tpacial time for the reception ot Episcopal students. Todd, the third baseman of the University Club, didn't go to Oberlin to play with the club, Saturday. He missad the train and was obliged to stay at home. Dslegates from Cornell, Northwestern, Oberlin and the U. of II. are to meet here to-day for the purpose of organizing the Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Association. P. B. Herr sansr, " Arm, Ye Brave," tt a musical recital given by the pupils of Prof. E. H. Pease, at Conservatory Hall, Ypsilanti, on Tuesday evening of last week. At a banquet given at the close of the annual meeting of the State Homeopathie Saciety, at Lïnsing, last week. Prof. H. L. Obetz responded to "Our Medical College?," and Prof. C. H. Gatchell to "Babies." The program of the Engineering Society, Friday evenincr, will consist of two paper., " Moment Tables," by Mr. Roehm, and " Friction of Saafiing," by Mr. J. R. Kempf. In no time in the history cf the Univerity has sj much Dterest been shown in the national game. There is hardly an afternoon but eeveral inter-class games are in proreps. The Madison University ball club lias asked for a date here, June 10 or 11. If the faculty will allow the boys to play on either ot those days, they will be ac-v commodated. E. S. Shaw, lit., '88, who graduates this yearfrom the th-sologioal school atOoerl.n, O., has aocepted a cali from the Congregational churoh af. Benzonia a:id took charge there Sanday. Dr?. Carrow and Naccrede will give a reception to tbeir olleagues ot the medical faculty and the senior medical closs, this e?enine, at the residecce of Dr. Carrow, on S. TJoiversity-ave. The Oratorical Asociation of the U of M. ha8 been organized, the officers bein as follows : President J. G. Hau r, h ; vice-president, L. E. Mitchel, lit; seoietary, A. C. Gormby, law ; treasurer, L. S. Baldwin law It is reported lht Dr. F. N. Scott is to edit a seiie of yEsthetical Works for oneofour leatling publishing house.''. It will be eomewhat similar in idea to the Philosophical Series edited by Prof. M .rris. - Argonaut. The meeting for the organization of ]the general athletic association will be held in room A, Salurday morning. When tbis association is formed there will be no excuse for such poorly managed exhibitioiis as that of last Salurday. Henry Haup, director of the U. of M. BaDJo and Guipar Club, gives a coccrt at Philharmonic Hall, Ditroit, June 30, assisted by Wui. Yunck, Miss Dow, F. S. Fraser, Emily Gilmore, Herr Fritz Ranam, and the Martin Guiar Quartet. The worst thing about such a fracis as occurred Tuesday tvening, is the tnwelcome notonety wkioh ihi Unlversity receives throujhout ihe country and the reflection oast upon the entira body of studente by a few "hot-heads." The cliss base ball chatnpionahip will soon be decided, but three more games being necessary to decide the vietors. The senior l:ts and junior medies and the senior Uws and dents are to play game3 yet, and the winners of these games are to cross bats for the championship. Tomorrow, the Detroit br.noh of the Collegiate Alumras Association will meet in this city. In the afternoor, '; Social Life in Our Univeraitiss" wjII bediscuísed. In the evening a recjption will be given by Mts. T. S. McGraw, president of the branch, at the Delta U. Houw, on Mcnroe-8t. A. P. Lang, who was instructor n Eoglish for several year?, and has been instructor in Germán and Anglo-Saxon during the past year, has been appointed assistant prolessor of English at the University of Ca'ifornia and will commene his work there in the f bil. Mr. Lange his been one of the most capable instructors here, and will be grea'ly missed. The Michigan Schoo'ma3ters' C ub met in room 24, Saturday, about a hundred of the pedagogues of the state being present. Prof. V. M. SpauldiDg read a paper showiog the necessity of more thorough training and better apparatus for teaching bDtany in the hish schools, and Prof. B. M. Hinsdale discussed the relation of 6chool boards to educational progresa. Prof. D'Ooge was mixed up in a railway accident near Kansas City, last Thursday morning, while on his way to attend the alumni banquet. The train on which he was riding, the Chisago & Alton, wis racing with a train on a parallel road, tte Missouri Pacific, and neglecting to stop at the crossing of another road, a freight train ran into one of the sleepers, derailing the train. S veral peis ns were iojured bit none fatally. The folljwing officers for the ensuing y6ar have been elf cted by the Student' Christian Associaton: president, W. H. Nichols; general vice president, E. C. Warriner; vice president?, literary department, J. E. Church and Miss Mighell; medicil department, Hugh Brown and Miss Bainbridge; law department, L. Z. Calkias and Mr. Knudsou ; pharmacy deparlmen'. Mr. Adams; dental department, Mr. Devree; recording secy., Mr. Perry ; treasorer, Mr. Ilutchinson ; missionary treasurer, Mr. Bishop; librarían, Mr. Cutler. Two hundred members of the iron and steel instituto of Great Britain, 100 members of the Verein Deutsche Eisenhuettenleute, the leading Germán steel and iron assooiation, and fitty of the leading French, Belgian at.d Swedish me'allurgists, will be the guets of the American Institute of Mining Engineers in Oototer, and will visit Chicago to infpect the Pullman works snd those of the Iilmois Steel Company. Why not invite them to stop over and examine the greatest institution of learning in the coustiy, the U. of il. ? D. C. Worceeter '89, and F. S. JBouma, '90 are preparing for another trip to tho Püillipine Island-i and Bornïo, f r the purpose of ranking coÜections for the Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences and the Univereity of Minnesoti. L. F. Mensge, president of the Northwest Loan Co , of Minneapoliíí, furnishes $10,000 to pay the expenses of the trip, and the party will be known as the Ménage expfdition. Both Worcester and Bourns were with Prof. Sleere's expedition in 1887-88, fnd are not unfamilior with the country. Tbey will ttart early in August and exp et to be gone two years.

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