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More students have hired lockers this all tban last. Professor Ilenry C. Adams and family re now in Paria. Atin Arbor High Soliool foot ball eam will play Orchard Lake Cadets n Oct 2:!. Almost all the S. L. A. seats are sold. he sale was much more rapid thaa ast year. The debating League isstill a matter f uncertainty. Wisconsin may drop ut anr! may not. Profeísor J. O. Reed has returued rom Germany, where he took bis Doc.or's degree last year. Hcreafter, officials not connocted with either university, will be chosen or the foot ball games. Mr. Nelson House, of Detroit, a forïner student at the stenographic instiute, was married recently. Supt. Perry has been absent from his classes in the High School on account of ill health and is still unwell. A. L. Davis, '98 Law, has returned rom h Í3 work as president of the Amercan League and College Kepublican Clubo. Mr. D. H. Wright, lit. '97, has accepted a principalship in the public schools of Oshkosh, Wis., where be is now teaching. The students of Deleware University leid a mass meeting Monday night to celébrate their success in Saturday's game with Michigan. The Woman's League is planning a reception to Alice Freoman Palmci-, who will be in this city some time in the near future. The exact date is not yet flxed. Stewart Siins, the half back of the 3igh School foot ball team has been elected captain in place of Jack Oram who resigned on account of continual 111 health. Mr. Charles Keyes and Miss Mollie Corson will be married the tenth of November and be at home to their friends at 1218 Washtenaw Avenue on the fifteenth. Yrung Peng Cheng, a Chinese medical Rtudent who is well known in the university, is involved in p law suit to come off next week. The suit results from trouble with one of his employees. The U. of M. Good Government Club, headed by F. M. Byam, bas planned to hold an open meeting every three months for the discussion of topics relativo to the club's work. Prominent men wili give addresses. Prof. Pattingill says it is hard to arrange the details for the State High School Oratorical Association now under proeess of fermation as some of the schools represented are slow to tako, proper action in their local organizations. Twenty-flve students belong tothe U. Of M. Golf Club, which has its links beyond the athletic field on State street. The executive committee of the club consista of Harold Wetmore, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Burt Ada-jis, Sigma Phi ; and Wm. Callam, Psi U. Considerable excitement was caused last summer by the announcement that "Doe" Nagele, the old janitor of the medical building, was to lose his position. He has been connected with the university slnce 1857, and is known by almost every man who has grac'uated from the department since. Ho is still in his place, and wili probably hold it as long as he lives. Frank J. Stanley, a Dartmouth student writes from St. Michaels that there are in his party two each from Dartmouth, Yale, Leiand Stanford, Kenyon, one eacb from University ol Michigan, Harvard, Oolumbia, Iowa and several from Bbrkley. Enough to organize a University Association when


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