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EIw W. of Al. Wa iIg.
VOL. VI. No. 194. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1896. FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.

We Must Move
The store we now occupy has
been sold. We must seek new
quarters.
We Must Close Out
our stc of music goods and
Bcysles. eorue prices which
wil sel goods it low prices
mean anything to buyers
THIS MEANS BUSINESS
If you want anything In the
music line gas our prices this
week.
STHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.
S. MAIN ST. 1
BUY BEN-HUR BICYCLES.
Til s -0 2H
-10o o . oapuvulaq znq
ViaN xAl ['111A
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
G. H.WiLD,
The Leading Tailor,
and only direct Importer in the city,
has just received his entire stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Spring and Summer '96, at
NO, 2 E.-WASHINGTON ST.. NEAR MAIN.
lull Dress Suits a Specialty.
Graduating Gifts
BO3OKS.
All the latest publications now on
sale at our stores. Fine illustrated
Gift Books, Illustrated Poems, Art
Books, Standard Books in sets,
Books in Morocco, Levant and Calf
Bindings.
Discount Prices to All.
WAH R'S.
Up Town, Down Town,
unlversit Bookstore, Op s eHurtliouse
2ss. ateSt. N.Main 55.

COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM. and Surgery, Edmund Andrews, M. D.,
LL. D., of Chicago, 111.
4:30 p. m., in Law Lecture Room-
Oration to Be Given by Charles Alumni business meeting, Department
Kendall Adams. of Law.
9:00 a. m., in Dental Amphitleatre -
The comiplete prgram for om.Meeting of Alumni Association, De-
Imencement week is annouiced as fol- iartmeit of rDental Ssuger2.
iows: The Fifty-second Annual Commence-
Saturday, June 20. ment
9:00 a. mu.-Exaiiation of caidi- 9:00 a. m.,-Procession will form in
dates for admission to the Department front of the Law Building.
of Literature, Science and the Arts. 10:00 a. I., in University Hall-Com-
Sunday, June 21. menceenent exercises. Oration by
8:00 p. in., in University Hall-Dis- Charles Kendall Adams, LL. D., pres-
course to the Graduating Classes by ident of the Uliversity of Wisconsin.
President Angel. Conferring of Degrees.
Monday, June 22. Professors to Play Base Ball.
9:00 a. i-Examination of candi-
dates for admission to the Department The game of ball has been arranged
of Literature, Science and the Arts, between the University Senate team
2:00 p. in., in University 11011-Class and a club composed of members of
Day, Department of Law. Addese the High School faculty aInd city
by the class president, Fred Lewis In- school board. It will be played at the
graham; poemn by Henry Edward No- athletic field at 4 o'clock tomorrow
thomb, B. S.; class history by Dasiel afternoon. An admission fee of 25
Roderick Williams: oration by Earl cents will be charged and the pri-
Dewey Reynolds, Ph. B.; prophecy by eeds will be donated to the fund for
Albert August Huseman; presentation the Women's Building.
of class memorial, portrait of ex-Dean The opposing temlils are as follows:
Knowlton, by Daniel Reese Hughes; High Scool-D. 11. Springer, Capt.,
acceptance of memorial by Regent L. c.; L. P. Jocelyn, p.; H. B. Giion,
L. Barbour; valedictory by Edgar Paul lst b.; J. E. Beal, 2d b.; E. 1. Scott,
O'Leary. 3d b.; J. T. Jacobs, s. s.; L. D. Wines,
8 p. n.-Proiieiade on the Campus, 1. f.; W. S. Perry, c. f.; J. It. Miner,
Department of Literature, Science ano r. f.; IT. N. Chute, .T. B. Montgomery
the Arts. and F. A. Osborne, subs.
Tuesday, June 23. Senate-P. C. Freer, c.; T. C. True-
10:00 a. m.-Meeting of the Board of blood, p.; A. H. Pattengill, st a.; G. C.
Regents. Huber, 2d b.; J. B. Fitzgerald, Capt.,
2:00 p. in., under the Tappan Oak.- Id b.; A. C. McLaughlin, s. s.; W. .
Class Day, Department of Literature, Tomiard, I. f.; D. C. Worcester, c. f.;
Science and the Arts. Address by the C. W. Patterson, r. f.: J. C. Rolfe, F.
class president, Edward Bishop House; 'M. Scott, J. H. Drake, subs.
history by Annie Louise Bacorn; ora- F. I Warren will probably act as
tion by Frank Prather Sadler; poeiii uipire if lie can be iduced to come
by Euretta Amelia Htoyles; prophecy out to the grounds.
by Alice Eleonore Rothinann; present- NindeDemmon,
ation of memorial by Alonzo Hubert
Tuttle; acceptance for the University The wedding of D. B. Ninde, '95 L,
by Professor Kelsey. and Miss Rose Demmon, '9t, daughter
Wednesday, June 24-Alumlli Day. of Professor t. N. Denimion, occurred
10:00 a. in., in University Hall.-Cel- at 7:30 last evening at St. Andrew's
ebration of the twenty-fifth anniver- church. The bride was given away
sary of the presidency of James Bur- by her father and was attended by
rill AngelL. Greeting by the Regents her sister, Miss Tessa Deiion, while
and the Senate. Response by Presi- the groom was supported by his
dent Angell. Addresses of colgratula- brother, Atr. L. J. Ninde, of Ft. Wayne,
tion from other Universities. Ind. The ushers were Messrs. Ed-
2:00 p. m., in the Waterman Gym. ward Ball, of Muncie, Ind., H. B. Sale,
nasium-Dinner given by the Seiate H. G. Keegan, W. A. Nude and B. F.
and the Alumni. Tickets can be pro Ninde, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., and N. P.
cured at the Steward's office. Bourland and N. H. Kennedy, of Anni
8:00 p. m., in the Waterman Gym- Arbor.
nasium-Reception by the President A reception was held after the cere-
and Senate to the invited guests, grad- mony at the home of the bride's
uates, former students and friends of father. Mr. and Mrs. Ninde will be
the University. Cards of admission at home at 436 Fairfield ave., Ft.
can be obtained at the Steward's office Wayne, Ind., after October 15.
and from the secretaries of the Alum-
ni Associations and the Deans of the Another Gift to Chicago.
Faculties. The University of Chicago has re-
.4:00 p. m., In Tappan 'Hall-Business clved another substantial gift. This
meeting of the Alumni Association of time it is the Chicago Manual Train-
the Department of Literature, Science, ing School, whose property and en-
and the Arts. dowments are worth about $250,000.
7:30 p. m., In Lower Lecture Itoom The offer was made by the trustees
of the Medical Building-Address by of the school, and the gift has been
the president of the Alumni Associa- formally accepted by the faculty of
tion of the Department of Medicine, the University. -

AWARDS HAVE COME.
University Receives Honors for
World's Fair Display.
The medal and diploma given the
University in recognition of its fine
display at the World's Columbian Ex-
position have just been received. The
medlal is a ine bronze affair, four
iiches i diameter. It was designed
Iiy Augusta Saint Gaudens. On the
obverse side there is an idealized por-
trait ii relief of Columbus, represent-
ing him as le first touched American
soil; on the reverse there is a conven-
tionalized drawing including two fe-
male figures, representing Progress
and the Arts, surmounting a scroll.
Upon the scroll is the inscription,
"World's Columbian Exposition, in
Commeioration of thle Four Him-
dredth Anniversary of the Landing of
Cohsnbus." Then follow the dlates in
Romsian letters, "182-189."' -Below are
the words, "To the University of Mich-
igan." The diploma is a large one,
finely engraved oi sheepskin. The
design shows a view of the Court of
Honor, and a number of appropriate
symbolic figures, prominent among
which, of course, being that of Colum-
bus. The wording of the document
announces that the imedal and diploma
are given the University for the ex-
cellence of its display at the exposi-
tion, and in recognition of it as o0n1
of the greatest universities of the
country, both in its curricula and for
numerous contributions to literature
anid sciemce made by its many noted
alumi i and professors.
New Course in Physics.
In the department of Physics a new
course will be given, comprising that
part of chemical physics, which is
generally known as Electro-chemnistry.
After it short historical sketch of the
older theories, the physical properties
of mixtures and solutions will b
studied with special reference to the
solutions of electrolytes; hie laws of
electrolysis and electrolytic action of
batteries will lead up to Arrheminus'
dissociation theory and Nerres's os-
motic theory of the voltaic cell.
The lectures, given twice a week
wvill be supplemniented by laboratory
exercises once a week. Students, who
have had course 4 in Physics, will be
given an opportuity for specializing
in time study of primary and second-
ary batteries.
A knowledge of electrical measure-
muents and general chemistry is re-
quired.
The course will be given by Dr.
Guthe. It will be known is Course
10 in Physics and three-fifths credit
will be allowed for it.
The third annual conference of the
health officers in Michigan will be
held at the hygienic laboratory July
16 and 17. Among the papers to be
read are "Toxins and Ati-toxins," by
Professor F. G. Novy and "Bacterial
Poisons in Milk and' Milk Products,"
by Professor V. C. Vaughan.

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