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Treisacta ageneral bllshing litsiiees. For-
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",Sing ia song of side-sihowa,
A pocket full of till
Ciists yen forty doillass
To take the Midwayltill."
Mr. IPlead holted lisa clascasWed-
Tlranis-Mississipipi junior lawsa nit
Prof. Decwey holted his classes
Tlhc senior law election will take
lHon. I. IV. Pendleton, lasw '72,
was in town Monday.
'rie Ohio junior laws met yester-
day after the lectuire, in Room 10.
Miss Gertrude 'Wells, lit '95 was
married a short time ago to Don
Odell Shelton, of New Fork city.
Mr. Reed, C. E. '89, is working
for tUncle Sama in the Upper Penin-
CapL. Dygert was out on the cam-
pus yesterday afternoon mnchs im-
'rhe Harvard and Ptrinceton fool-
halt teams are nsosw practicing in
'The Apollo Cluhbumet in the old
quiz room in the law huilding yes-
'The eastern college second fool-
hall teamsl play local games when
the first team is away.
On Saturday mornings, Prof. Tay-
lor is giving a course of lectures on
mechanical subjects, in the civil en-
Rev. Mt. J. Savage will lecture he-
fore Unity Club Friday, Nov. 3.
Subject, "Religioinand Evolutio~n."
'The 0112cr three students arrcstecl
'Tuesilay Iniglht vcrcearlh fined i /i
21n1 8.2o costs ycstcrday afternoicon.
Ycstcrday's Inter-Oceani is a tpa-
ticr will worthi preserving, as it was
udcvcotedl to the closing of the W~orldl's
:Prof. iHempal's newa hook entitled
"Spencer's Spelling and Pronouncia-
lion," is under way in the Argus
'rhe initiation goat from a certain
prominsent fraternity got loose Tues-
day nighst, and was singeed in the
honfire on the campus.
Mir. Mead will give some denmon-
strations on the sense organs to the
Psychology class, Saturday morn-
ings at 9 and so o'clock in Room u.
'The silver statute in the Montana
exhiihit at the World's Fair has heen
purchased hy Detroit plarties and
swill he exhihited throughout the
east and then taken to Europe.
The Ann Arhor High School play
the Orchard Lake Military Academy
at foothall, Saturday morning at the
Athaletic field. An admsission of
twenty-five cents will he chsarged.
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