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VOL. III.-NO. 96.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRIJARY 16, 1893.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

THEIR MONTHLY MEETING.
The Board of Regents Made Several
Appointments and Appropria-
tions, Yesterday Afternoon.
The chief business transacted by
the Board of Regents, yesterday
afternoon, at their February meet-
ing, was the appointment of profes-
sors and in regard to appropriations.
The resignations of Prof. C. W.
Ilelser and Instructors Hall and Levi
were accepted. Pomeroy Ladue,I
>. S., received the appointment of
instructor in mathematics, and
Eugene Leser, Ph. D., that of in-
structor in trench, both at $9C0 per
year. Dr. 0. R. Long, of Ionia,
was given permission to deliver a
course of lectures on mental diseases
before the homwopathic school, no
salary attached. The physiological
psychology laboratory was granted
$155 for apparatus and the chemical
laboratory $a4. Geo. F. Key was
appointed instructor in descriptive
geometry at $I25 for the semester.
Prof. red Morley was given leave
of absence after April to assist in
taking the primary triangulation of

the United States at present. With
this it is interesting to compare the
enrollment at the leading foreign
universities, as reported in Trub-
ner's "Minerva:" Vienna, 6,029;
Berlin,5,571; Naples.4,592; Leipsic,
3,431; Edinburgh, 3,387; Munich,
3,292; Oxford, 3,212; and Paris,
10,212. The strict comparison of
the two sets of figures is unfair,
however, since all students who are
enrolled in the junior and senior
classes of the ordinary American
college would be classed as univer-
sity students in Europe."
This article, which is taken from
the Christian Union continues fur-
ther on referring to "Minerva'': "If
it is intended to confine the book to
universities alone, then from the
American list the names of Amherst,
Hamilton, and Williams, as being
colleges only, and those of the Uni-
versities of California, Texas, Kan-
sas, Minnesota, Virginia, the City of
New York, and Vanderbilt Univer-
sity, as being universities in name
only, should be dropped. If col-
leges are to be included, then the
American representation would have
to be increased indefinitely.'
Ninety-Four Laws' Yell, Colors,
and Motto.

TO HELP ATHLETICS.
Webster Votes that One-half of the
Net Proceeds of the Debate
go to Athletics.
The Webster society rendered an
excellent program last evening to a
large audience. The piano solo by
Miss Nellie Goodwin elicited hearty
encores. The reading by 'Mr. Mur-
dock was aptly chosen. Mr. Heg-
ner's paper on elections was an ar-
gumentative production. The reci-
tation by Miss A. Permele Davis de-
serves special notice. Her delivery
was very good. The debate, as
usual, was strong. The impromp-
tus by Messrs. Fennelly and Mc-
Intyre were replete with wit. Messrs.
Murdock and Fennelly were chosen
to represent the society in the Web-
ster-Jeffersonian debate. The so-
ciety further voted to share half the
net proceeds of Inter-university de-
bate with the Athletic Association if
such arrangement was desired.
Credit Allowed for College Journal-
istic Work at U. of W.
At the last meeting of the faculty

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.oe, Ninety-four laws adopted the fol- of the iniversitv of Wisconsin, it *at. msi dolca Ori s
the end being to connect Lake lowing yell at their meeting, yester- was decided to give credit for edi- and orignal nrsod or Straight Cut Cigarettes,
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Superior with the lower lakes. The t afternoon: torial work done on the U. of '. Bewareof imitations, and observe that the
maypaaunteect firm name as below is an every package.
position is important and reflects -- -. Daily Cardinal. The editor-in-chief The ALLEN & GTNTER Branch
11-yiit-yinOf the American Tobacco Co.,
much credit to the . oKi-ypi i il receive credit for fl study Manufacturers, - - RichmondVirginia.
ois small appropriations for special Michigan, Michigan, during the time of his work on the
apparatus were added, and the board Ninety-four law! paper, provided that credit for only Unquestionably
adjourned until March 15. The class motto adopted is "On one term's work be received by one THE HIGHEST oRADE OFi
- -+----the Threshold," and the colors man. The other editors will receive FRATERNITY JEWELRY.
Are We All University Students. I
chosen are red and white. credit in proportion to the quality
"It would not be a very difficult i - 1 ,--- and quantity of work done by them. And the Largest Assortment of
matter to miake a census of te real Last Recital of the Seie-toy at tho
School of Music. The Daily Cardinal says: I L T -,S
university students in this country. It is a formal recognition of the value i . n
It would include only those who The closing recital of the School and importance of such work in the
having had a preliminary educati m of Music for this semester, will be college. The editor-in-chief's work was ROEH I & SON,
havnghat us college re iicarys c l, Igiven by the faculty, at Newberry found so varied anid complex that no
arryinge os grastiet sdieso, are hiall, at S o'clock this evening. The adequate means of estimating it couldIDErocr, - - MicHi.
carrying on graduate studies im(r1 '- be reached by mere subiissious of his
following rgam wlje e d re : ..Cottege va-.s, 'Pins, andCtclass Buttons,
a faculty especially organized for the f gprogram silhibe rendered:writing, and as it is necessarily muore__ ._J. ________
luruose f conduucti ccourses of Variaionon eonc rtantes,o .iMenuelssohn work than required for any yfull sttuly
pupseM iss Grace A . Poviey and blr. Fred L. Abet. ..P .K N U A
higher instruction and research. In I. "Infelice," from "Ernani".------..berdi iu the university it was thought safe
such a ceunsuis Colutmbia iwoultdheaidiir.SilasIu. Miis. to grant ifull study credit uncondi-
ZiI, a. E'tudc. E major, Op. 10, No. < i? tionally.M R AN
the list with over 600 university b. Im 'iomptuGfiatrmaor-...--- Sa tu-usMERlls
students, Harvard would follow I-. a. selode Pde- AkI e-tures ouu the hldwctuuu Iouu
closely with over th, Yale would b. serenata Moskosi dation of the Hobart Guild will be J
come third with about42, and . s er..edNiMiii-. d delivered this year by the Rt. Rev. TA ILOR
cos hur ruh bou 1 uh '. i ii Meeting"------------Nueodc
Johns Hopkins fourth with about b. Novellezza ---- --------..---Godard 'Thos. U. Dudley, I). D., bishop of
. The University of Chicago, c.'"SpinningSng- agner-List Kentucky, on the general title of s hiorrn ti
7o. The 'University of ,ChicagoMr. J. IErieci Snuusoos.Y, gADI i ' Ro.
Cornell University, Stanford Uni- VI. "The Muleteer of Tarragona"-...Henrion "The Distinctive Principles of the
versity, and the Universities of Mich- tMr. Silas i. Mils. Protestant Episcopal Church.''The
Y VLNovlietico. Op.2----------- Gode PotstntEisopl huc."'rsc_=~00T hITSs
igan and Wisconsin would furnish Allegro scherzando. Audantino con moto. lectures begin Sunday evening,
perhaps 2 0 or cc more. A few Moderato. Larghetto con moto. Allegro. March 5, in St. Andrew's church,
Miss Edith M. Kelley, Messrs. Mills and Abel.55'W.~CR'Z' S2'-
others are scattered over the country. ,1,., _and continue through March 16.
So that there are nearly 2,500 bona- Dr. Martin was called to Cass Six lectures will be delivered, dates
dde university students enrolled in City, yesterday, on business. and subjects to be announced later. Detroit, Xichigan.

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