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VOL-f. III.-No 2.

U-NIVE-RSITY OF 1IICIIIGAiN, NMONDAY, OCTOBER 81 ,1892.

IRCTHIRElitCENTS.

FACULTY tF1ANGESS
Many New Men Added in All
Departments.

reCo K~fNelsey, grantedlaeo h
11nc fior one x cii to( ms clch
I I S einceito f W iton
veClsityis appointedl Ictill I ssoitn
Professr of Il 11111, and itllihav

AN EXCELLENT COURSE,
Men That Will be Heard This Year
in the S. L. A.Course.
The board has. ixnot lect yet, bul
t111 f010llow i attracitionls willt ii If-

Two New Men for Econornice Somne tlI p'~ it10 oIrtd
of the M en that will Grind Fresh- ihUals hasbe,'i I 10it rtil. Ixilaiif ielI1iolt
oen-Prof. Howell leaves theIh- 1ZeofAaetcn plt
cal Department - Prof. Lore hard la-, fa cj o tIV i l if101-prisani5i icct
Takes his Piate-Nee! S lo for thetilItiiiui sti-
Laws. 551 .1111 1 11fe550 Joseph D C Ill giaa tpoliticatl11111-par1tisao iiti)-
A --relit nialir rtalitCS iiecessarit ili ttl ti 15 1Jec(I
ocecurlrhtie fiiciitt eacti er,11but 1110 lii Ci 1111 felilliC tis IIolilten-
Ilai hs va. A iii iri tile mist 111 elI I111511 i II
the University 1s yen foltrtiatetiils C 11115eetitsIiei i1\tiis
veaf inittle %cry sill ill 11ier of vis1i111niiitamt larehieilof the ite- IProf.N iske, fii had,"Aex-
tirofessors to tal e ttieii teive. lxrIi11lit 01ftPotiticat I rooiiix ,by llidef fiiittoil.
Arnolig titene lite11to suepo Po.Aas Ive fthe ilS-lihil. 1110 1 -. Iliisc rfesro
fessorstittliand ttie position if tulto rei tiot tie iiSIlht e emitc nii a-stCi tafot'ivof o
ile tvariousdeamns are may111,,tire I ii~tt ti eta mn lhll i~ii(tic Cultuiiie-
ilepactiocots M_ 'U I toiIProtessor ofutIH-is- sit) ''-The Age of sen~ic 1uitr
wcto base already icon distitctionlI tory at Itbion College, its been ill (Ctrihstin ( o iiztie 1101
in their chosen tiie of work0apinitedlitl assistaint 1riotissol 1) 1 xeiv ff11110 n bott, if Newe
P olitiicitl lninhix It wxitt bere- ok ujc o eemnd
Cfr~l.Ol lilfA~i I ImCemberedOthiatt he tiook tietitace of oarkshlect.iotd eriuiorit.
1or yearsthis itepartiment iai 11101f. it mis tiwo yellsao. Mr. M-isiilI iii iiio s
been iatite ito oast of a fill115 if iii Cootey a'.\fMr.1ixotii havxe beenii ol.1 I' ber Iln'ersoll, Samuet
struciiirs seconiiin iefficieincy to ttiat apptitein~strulctrsin PolI ititcal 1_Iieips Lelandu Rexv. Willeti of
Ofno iuniverxtity ithis5ciiuntrye, Nr I) ir bel lad ll atonix0It I{Ci1lilips 13ti rooks,
\ot a sinytle one of tthe peirmianent stl litor ini fmeek -iliiSansitx. o Iito,101.4C1 a.1 a
raik if tirofessor or assisitt po- 111itie re chidti iti liuit fixoi itinsiiirl Ien. Icxi It m1Nre -ind
Tessir is misstingfriiii tie tistxxwtilr eir 11001 i -tellstiaive bei.itit ppoitedt other attracitionis .are lunderIolsiil-
1' t'.Btiii aiiiitniitJ.REfiiligr ciation.i TheNi. uuiiical tfeiture of
mnyixietwelknioxwn iiaiies liaxvCtitri
nitieit o ti xx iihitt tticteolr t hutiii tills ihivC tie progerami ix lot buren itter-
adetoi.beein litaii iri unhtotLiiCii Zi-)e~iitr
Duiring tie 11ast year InumerCou0s15 awrefcl roittitlhatiCeenl -it S
coilleges to Ciraw awaluy soiliC itf11o11 tiCeii I 1 rf tiI- " 's.I"
ililst 1prominient professors. 1'Celpt- \trii l a be~ oiitrit ilstruIC THE NEW UNIVERSITY,
toriiIn tICI ill 1 it lce of kMr. 'ii___
i gl) loeavidueet i\eoet. G. 14. Rowe aiii[ J. 0. Reced 1it opens Its Doors With Just 1,000
teeni offereid to imany of ttieri, t1hare tieeii made instructors I n'udn
leasethie U. ofM1 H, iiaiiy uio-pthysics.
xerstiesof NN sall ttle it iirr Iiir ll icrx rerChicago Uiviersity opened Satur-
ita1yxxithi oo000studCenits enrolledI.
tie country, motabty JulinsH1101) "hiltfewll ciiix' ill mde i Nl xee10firia pnn ee
kiixs, Coriielltandthernewif iv~er- the 1lwfaluty thisyeair. IThi
iites f Itila'oiixl 1do tto lmost impilortanit cliammee itie resim) monixs, ildthe treat tinititultioni
oftt s1i cnitilili utfIPiif. Abtbott, siiniitiliie asembledt its clasies andl went to
Noixe o heeoft rshire heels,,1-19111111nIprofessor of llw. IPiof.ctiapetjust as if it had beens run-
cetitedt. Abbott -oes to Nothtern LtI iJCni- ciii'for years, ainitthe occaion
Tts ctalilesillthetiti a i versity.) His ltiace ias5 110) Ctben rea n orinarily oiie. At 8130 the
tiartmncit ire is folliiws: - . I supplidcTIieethiquizlasters have is rais icibt 15Cb'
Htatt, Jr., of the Natio01al Obeerra- iot )yet beth appointed.
ha ll ahn mt thcir professors. ForC
tory at IWashington, has lbeeni ap- xiFiiiCiL liFfARiT'ltFNT. trehusohr lsc otxe
poihtedt Professor of Astrofnonmy-an1111 ile changes in the meictfal facnlty- andthat I12130 studeni~ts anit factltyv
Director of the Observatory, fitting 11ave beeni textandf far betireeni, but
the vacanicy left by tProf. Rarring- of a very imlportant ordter. tle cle- r oget eriiis whch aeforbetale
ton,xwh1en5apploinited heart of the lartielit suistaiineil a severe hoss in rlgossrvcsZ3ict r ob
the resign~aionx of Prof. I hoxelt part of the daily routine. When
toiltem Statcs Weather Bunre-ula a
ff0o1 the chair of phtysiology, i15lfchapel exercises closedI, the first itay
yerag.order 1o accepit a simhilar, but miore of the uhiversity ended. It is a
The chair of Paltcoatology, which, lucrative position in lanyard Uni- fatta l- ieltme
iince the death of Prof. Alexander versity. Those in auathority foundt b
Winhel, hs bentemorailyfiledbefore thehm a problem dificullt of of matriculates are tllose wvho have
Winhel, as eenteporril fltet stuioo Tosutaby ill the place stpent twro or nmore years at sohme
by M. Sliererin1 be lel byoccup~ied heretofore by one of the other college or unliversity.
Israel C. Rusesell, of the Clited molst soted phiysiologists of thle
States Ceological Survey country and the day, to replace a dmWneadIerls
Assistant Professor John C. Rolfe man of untiring labor and great in1-yerw
has been appointed acting Professor gennity ini original ilivestigation andyersti'9nedchv etrd
of ati, o flltheplae f Po-experimienst, one of larg otrbto the Chicago 'Medical College, for a
(tiuelio oc l lte.1 two years' course.

R. H.FYFEI&@Co,
P. J. KINNUCAN,
MERCHANT
TAILOR
Detroit Michigan.
Rip hmond 5tr ight Qt±.
No. 1
CIGARETTES.
igtte Smnkers whe
orewhiulli- trya litle
-chargidfor thsriniary
t radeofCigarettes, will ina
T is BR ANDsperior to
The StRicondlStraight
Cu o. iigaLorettis aremeromeecthe bright-
ast, cmost ileely flavoreid and higheit c ost
Gare cisrelgrown is Virginia. This 10 tue Old
and Original lBrand if Straight Cot Cigarettes,
aed weas brought set by s in th err 15.
Bleware of imiitation,acid observe that the
firmcare'as belowiris ancevery packiage.
The ALIEN & GINTERII Brach
fthIlrAmiericnTTibacco Co.,
iMacufamctures. tiohmond, Virgicia.
L--Z. STAEBLEngzz
Coal !
[1 ""WT Washington St.
R~. E. JOLLY J CO.,
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11 T ZS, r. T (:-0 1 T 71
AND ALL 511 OlINT'S StPPItES.

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