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October 10, 1893 - Image 1

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KNIGHTS OF THE PENCIL, the same duty for the Evening ( RIVAL CLASSES TO CONTEST.
E Nes. he Nws as lst earASHBURNU1 TA~
Men who Ifr the World of our ew.Ts Nws altyar The Freshman -Sophomore Field ,
Doings-Note Their Names represented by a co-ed, Miss Gier- G ay arranged for October 21.-'-' ,A[It. ,
and Beware!'rd ukwowoeovrtn 4n A Great Contest Predicted. , JXJ~9~)
5)1lae eas tsegratIlslrpo mntic name of "Kitty Carew.'' At a nieetisg of the athsletic bord
ISOIS dailies of our large cities tiave itax Cutcheon acts as corres- last evening it was decided to hsold
been payinsg considerable attention iodn fteNwYr rbie h annual Freshsmain - Sophomoie ~
to the printing of college ness and Worl. L yoftsINwY Field-day in thse fall instead of the 55Mssr.SlA-n-
Worl. sping.In aditon t there~n or e s ell enerythring musicral and nail or faiti-
ovrcynewvspaper sisal claims to be spring.inlydaitinTto therelulnr.'
nY4 y ting has a representative, gn- w1xo oter Chicago papers, in adt- track esvcots cointestedt for hr these l-m-Hn-
ra'l y student, watchsng its inter- dition to the ones mentioned above, tivo literary classes, six or sexveis( Meilini PiASaariSeni
eot is all the large seats of learsing iso-c corresipondents in Anin Arhor, open events wiii be opeis for all
C. A. Denison representing tise n.- others wislsinn- to compete. In ° -N O"F 1ICEI
in rrcuty.ter-Ocean aindiR. A. Austin the dpace of the customary basehall evore ere to stry. we are pfern ned to
te isndnultstagetcetNesws-Record. gam1e xwiltbe suihstitiiterl afootball 'imi ~la byx ohr ro(rse eeCroatedi
of tise reputation that the U. of Al. ta lirene asnot eecl id try any Ciy Tailini
'ilst fnwpprcorres-- Amriea.and .itrt rnennreer d by modsnor-
l~sgie sdue directly litof nthenacr gamne betwecin tire twocontesting nderait frimliner Er(.wror irty ridllrn inonan
has gainedis to tisepondents is conmpleted by the addi- classes, which, if it can be satisfac- re i-rr5 -iennoinirb
ac ia e cnivmit sn ion of C. S. Wakefield, whso kecens torily arranged wilit be the regular "w t
and ro nclery ptin n fthiestine people of tine dirty Maunmee interclass championship ganse. 'rie ____________________________
cirilized world. Fiourteen of the valley infornoed of wihat hser sonontwso classes will appoint proper cons-
mos imortnt ail paersin eware doing, thsroughn lie columns of mittens to receive entries,0el out
0100 imortat dily apes inNewthe Toledo ladle. inec Aletrswllbc-
Vork, Chicago, Betroit and otherrietc Aleniswllbr-
cities have correspondents here in Dr. Abel' Successor. ceived by' Kenson, '94~ dent, and I
town and college who keep their Trhe medical departnment has beens Martindale, ' lit.
pnalers informed of college life and October an is the day fixed on Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON SI.
si-nings M. unusually fortunate this year in re- for holding the contests. Tine 'f'ar- ___________________
donsat the U. of M taining its professors. 'rie only'alfotllenswlbenyon TO L1 JN I S
The Detroit papers of course print one missed finnm last year's faculty tht datbandlltasmnilnusuaan on HOUstE
inoeAnAbrnw ianaY is Prof. Abel, professor of nateria ho an I I LowneyRSqhocolatef
ohr v nosors. aod toaddition to ,P1j- Pn A itrd h-cnP rto runhigh an uaze the cdxay

regruar weekly letters, tine corres-
pondients telegraphn in accounts of
football gannes anti other events of
imoportance. 'rie Chicago papers
rio not publish quite so nsuch, and
the New York dailies limit their
matter generally to athletics.
In additioin to thse field covered
by the regular correspondents, tine
associate press and unutted press as-
sociation send news to all parts of
sine United States, from tine largest
city down to tine smallest county
towvn whsichi can boast of a ncevs-
'lie IDetroit papers are all wve'1
retrr sea iri here anid print college
crlerorpretty nmuchi in idetail. 'lie
Free Press and T'ribiine interest are
watched byM. Will Watts and Mr.
:rpcne K. Frunauff respectively,
'1nl the latter being also tine
city editor of a papner called the
N~ashuten aw Tinies. In addition to
their D~etroit papners, Mlr. Wiatts is
tine correspondent of the Grand
Rapids Democrat, tine Chicago Her-
ald ant the Chicago Tribune, and
MIr. 1-mueanf the correspondent of
tise 'oledo Conmmercial and the
Chicago Times.
Ed. W. Sims keeps tine Detroit
journal informed of what wve do,
-and W. NV. Wedermeyer perforns

missed, for hie had proven himnself a
competent instructor anti a noun of
large ability aind resources. In his
place the faculty has securedt a nian
f.illy conmpetent to take his pliace, if
loug study and research in his
chnosen field count for anything.
Dr. Cashing, the new appointee,
is a native of Scotland, and received
tine degrees of A. Ms. and 11t.I. D
fronn Aberdeen in 1389. 'rhe fol-
lowing year he received a felloship
anci studied in Switzerland, investi-
gating tine properties of chliorofornm
and ether. Tine next two years
were sient in- Strassbnrg as stu-
dent, tinder aind assistanit to D~r.
Smerdeberg, Professor of t'iarna-
cology. Prof. Cushning coimes direct
from the great centers of nmedical
researchs prepared to leads the mnost
recent discoveries of tine great Gecr-
nian specialists, and wiii be a valua-
ble addition to the faculty of thoc
medical depnaitmnmt.
Wilianms college wiii celebrate its
centenary in a few days. 'Ton col-
lege was opened in Septenmber, 1793.
'Pie anlniversary exercises will be
participated in by President Cleve-
iand, ex-P'resident Harrison, Gove.
Russell of Massachnusetts, and other
pronminent menl.

g~rancd success.
Othser miatters transacted at tine
mneeting xvere the aliowsing of ac-
counts aind report of good receipts
froms1B. A. C. game. Ceo. J. Cad-
well, '94 lit, n-as electetd baseball
nmanager witisosit opposition. 'The
remaining menmbers of line track
connmitten were authnorized to go
ahead with arrangenments for tine
fail field meet.
A nunmber of newe names see
proposed for tine vacancies on tine
board, buit actiois was deferred till
next nieeting. It was ordered that
the track be cleaned, borsishiedand
Junior Laws Meet.
Time juinior taxes held ao ineeting
y'esterday in lise lecture roon i m-
nmediately after qula, andc effected
tenmporary organization. Mr. liar-
sons was elected tenmporary chnair-
nman, anti Miss Watson secretary.
On nmotion, a conmnittee of five seas
appointed to make up a class yell.
Anothner conmmittee was appointed
to drawe up a constitution and by-
No attempt at pernmanent organ-
ization was made, and the mneeting
adjourned, subject to call of line
temnporary chairman.

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