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October 02, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-10-02

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Publuished Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the olloego year, at
Orrce: Times building N. Main St., opposite
post office.
J,. A. LEROY,96, Managing Editor.
W. A. Ssm, ,'96 L, Assistant.
G. B. HAORSON, '96 L, Busines Manager
L. R. HABLEN, '96 L. Assistant.
Associate Editors.
L. A. Pratt, To. H. A. Dancer, '97 L.
C. A. Houghton '96 D. G. A. Heath, '96 P.
C. H. Farrell,'98. H. B. Gammon '98 M.
J.. S.Finay,'9. S. E. Knappe,'98 .
The price of the Daily will remain as here-
tofore,S50 a year, invariably in advance,
notwithstanding the fact that publication
will be continued until Commencement.
The first meeting of the Daily
board will be held at the otice tonight
at 7:30. All editors must attend, or
their places will be considered vacant.
There are a nuniber of vacancies on
the editorial staff of the Daily, which
will be filled at once from the best ap-
plicants available. Candidates for the
vacancies will be set to work and
those who do the best in coipetition
will be given the places. Two assist-
ant managing editors are needed, an
athletic editor and especially two or
three editors from tpe medical depart-
ment. There is room on the staff for
good men from every department.
Apply at once to the managing editor.
There is also an opening for good
workers in the business department
of the Daily, and those who wish prac
tical experience of this kind should
apply to the business manager.
The year 1895-6 is a unique one in
the history of the University in that
it sees the inauguration of three new
dean-Dean Hutchins in the law do-
partment, Dean Greene in the new
engineering department, and Dean
Hinsdale in the homeopathic depart-
ment. Each of these men enters upon
his duties under good auspices, In
the la.w department new life and
strength has been infused both into
the faculty and in the course. The
engineering courses are now given full
room to expand, not being hampered
by being attached to the straight lit-
erary courses. For the new home-
opathic dean the outlook is also good,
unless new trouble should arise as to
removing the department to Detroit.
Dean Hinsdale has an entire new
faculty to organize, it is true, but he
is freed from the old-time internal dis-
sensions of former faculties. The
homeopaths have also been granted
their request for an entirely separate
hospital. There seems no reason why
the department should not flourish
Nw H omeopathc Proessor-
Dr. M. It. Parmalee, of Toledo, 0.,
has just been appointed profesor of
obstetrics and gynaecology inthe home-
opathie department. This makes the
sixth man on the new faculty.

iH W THE 8%MfR \ENT. FOFttadl satHarvard.
Fiftx candidates are in training fog
(Continued from First Page.) the football team at Harvard, and
July for a year of study on leave of quite a number of new men are beiag
absence. Mr. Bourland went to Portu-
galende.tmBoulandl. vegiven trial on the 'varsity and scrubs.
gll aiid is there stilli Mr. Levi went
every day. Four of last year's team
to Spain. will not be back, ex-Captain Emmons,
Dr. Fitzgerald spent some time in left end; Waters, left tackle; Macle,
Ithaca with Dr. Hitchcock, Cornell's right guard; and Wreun, quarter bak.
physical director, then went to Bos-
The latter position seems to be giving
ton, and was three weeks in Maine,
the most trouble to fill satisfactorily.
with a trip to Connecticut also. _________
Dr. Taft, of the dental, department, Gunther's Chicago Candies at A. E.
attended the meetings of the Ameri- Mummery's Drug Store, corner Fourth
can Dental Socipties at Asbury Paik ave. and Washington st.
N. J. Dr. Hoff was also at Asbury We have the celebrated Swan Linen
Park, going later to the sea shore in par and envelopes to s Atch
Massachusetts Dr. Dorrance was in
New York City. Dr. Watling went to
Boston. Dr. Heidle was in Detroit. FO RT Y -FaR
Dr. Vaughan, of the umedical de-
partment, react a paper on Tubercu-
losis at the alississippi Valley Con-
ference at Detroit, going later to the . itrP -lt I I PrtI

JCIosing u
We have left a fair stpj of
all sorts of
which can be closed out as
This stock will not be replaced.
Come quick for first choice.
Argus 'Printing House.
- rP.n iln.n

Yellowstone and Montana. Dr. Nan-
crede visited eastern hospitals. New
York, Johns Hopkins, etc. Dr. Dar-
ling was in Europe from June 1st till
Aug. 1st. Dr. Dock was in town a
large part of the summer, but took a
trip east to Boston. Dr. :Martin went
to Georgian Bay. Dr. Cushny went
to Germany. Dr. Novy was five weeks
in Battle Creek starting a batter oio-
gical laboratory in the Battle Creel.
Sanitarium. Dr. Warthin was in
Vienna studying pathology. Dr. Chad-
bourne went to Europe also. Dr. Mc-
Clintock visited Colorado. Dr. Car-
row took several fishing trips .amon-
Northern Michigan lakes and into W.
Virginia. Ir, Huber, returns the 8th
of October from Europe.
Outing for Octoler,
Among the many good things in Out-
ing for October is a review of the foot-
ball field by the well known authority,
Walter Camp. Players and all in-
terested in the coining games will care-
fully read what the expert has to say,
for Walter Camp's words ore words of
wisdom when football is the subject
under discussion. The other depart-
ments of the magazine are up to the
usual high standard of excellence.
Prod.. Adams desires to state that his
seminary in finance, in which Amer-
ican financial history will be studied
during thep resent semester, will be
open to undergraduates. This change
is due to the introduction of course 25
which now..becomes the advanced or
"graduate" course. Course 25, how-
ever, mnay be taken by. seniors. who
have specialized in economy. Mr.
Adaas will be, in his room in Tappan
hall. during the present, week at, 10.
o'clogk for copsullation respecting
these courses.
LOST.-A "Manhattan Lift" note-
book~ with lhpdry accoupt., also, bill,
from Witter's Laungry. L. D, Carr,
25 N. State st.
The Choral Union will meet at
Frieze Memorial Hall this evening at
r:3Q,.sharp. All.persons intending. to
join, are invitQ0 to pb pesett,
All; stuldents' s ppiesa Ml .3uul4 yg
Drug Store.

Ten entertainments by eminent statesmen, writers, critics
and musical artists.
Reserved seats for entire course 50c extra. Look out for pros-.
pectus of the course and announcement of sale of Tickets.
A Bible Institute will be, held October 6-9, under the auspices of
the Bible Chairs and conducted by Ernest D. Burton, Professor of
New Tesament, Interpretationi in the University of Chicago, and H. L.
Willett, acting Dean of the Disciples' Divinity House of the Univer-
sity of Chicago. A cordial invitation is extended to students and all
others to attend the sessions of this Institute, which will be held in
Newberry Hall, the home of the Students' Christian Association.
L The six generally accepted-Epistles; of Paul .- - ---Mr. Burton
I. Early Old Testament History- -- - -------- ---Mr Willetti
1. Sunday, 8 p. . ,(a) Present status of criticism. (b) Study
of First .' ;salonians------------------ --Mr. Burton
2. Monday, 9 a. m., Abraham the Patriarch---------Mr. Willett
3. Monday, 10 a. m., Study of the letter to the Galatians-
-- ----------------------M r. Burton
, 4. Monday, 3 p. m., Moses and the Exodus----------- Mr. Willett
5. Monday, 4 p. in., Study of First Corinthians-- -- -.-- Mr. Burton
6. Monday, 7:30 p. m, Study of Second Corinthians- - -Mt. Burton
7 f1uesday, 9 a. m., Joshua and the Conquest,. -.- Mr. Willett
8. LiTuesday, 10 a. m., Study of the letter of the Romans----...
----------------------------------------- Mr. Burton
9. Tuesday, 3 p. m., Deborah, and the Judges.....-- ----Mr. Willett
10. Tuesday, 4 p, m., Study of Philippians..-----...Mr. Burton
11. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Testimony respecting the,lifeof Christi
-.. MiBurtoni
12. Wednesday, 9 a. m., Samuel, Prophet and Reformer-.-- - -
--- --------..---- - - - -- M r W illett
13 Wednesday, 10 a. m., Testimony respecting the life. of Paul,
.... ----.... --..-.- - - .-- - -- - -- . -- ..- - -=..--- -- -..- .r-- B r
14. WednesdayT, 3 p. >., ';ul id.the early Monarchy- -Mr. Willett
15. Wednesday, 4 p. m. , The Christianity.of Paul-_---.Mr.Burton
16. Wednqday' 7:.30 ptt,, iDavid, Iing.and Psalmit- -MA. Willett
17. >Wednesday, 83 p0 p , Question Drawer conducted by.the,lqc

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