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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

U. O F M. DAXILY.
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the College year, lby
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today'a issue and baick nuiibers by
calling at the otice.
Amiong the changes ini tile faculty 11o
Vacancy occasions a mote siniere rie-
gret 011a11 that of Prof. Dewey, of the
clii of phlilosopuhy. trof. Dewey was
at man of tunquesOtionedl ibility, oiie of
the very foremost iii Is department.
ils call to Chicago LUiversity iierely
demonstrates the witdeness of hiis repu-
tation land While We coigrattlate our
sistec university oii s0 great aii acqui-
silionl, we can lnt but regret the losn
of so excellent a professor anid so lov-
able is 11111.
Coming to Michigan.
Ithaca, N. Y., October 1.-Prof. Ilar-
ry IB. Hutchins, associate dean of the
Cornell law schiool, hs accepted the
positioni of tdeaii of the Uiiversity of
Michigan law school Prnf. tiutchinis
will- remalin at Cornell unitil tile close
of the fiscal year-Free Press.
J. Rtaleigh Nelson, '94 lit, is intstruc-
tor in Latin aull Freiichi ini the Grant
branch of the west side high school
of Chicago.

The Medcal Congres.
Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, dean of the
Medical department of the university,
ihas just returned from Europe, where
lie was ini attendance upon the inter-
iiational congress of hygiene and dei-
ographiy at Muda-Pesth, Hungary.
There were 2,000 delegates present at
Olin congr(ss, wichi lasteilninectdays,
repiesenting all the civilized natinis
of the world.
One of the most iitiresting paers
of the Inine tdays' prograim was tat of
Dr. Vaughaln 011 "Immunity Produceil
by Ntcli'i." Nuein is the nosy rem-
city from which so rach is hosed in
th liplreve'ntion aid cure of tuberc-
losis. Aioter paper by Dean Vaugh-
in was oii "Bacteriological Exaiina-
tion of Drinking Water." D. F. G.
Nosy, of te Medical faculty, read a
papiIe'onii"The Sulueof Germssii the
Atsence of Air," wich recivei care-
fil attention. Dr. Novy ixibitieiap
poaratus devisesd by himiself for this
puirpose. , Like apparatusinow110bein'ug
mnaufiactrdi'iniGte'iasiy.
Law Examination,
Candidates for advanced staiding
ini the Lawv departmet were exanin-
ed in "tleading and tPractice" at 8:6
this mioiniiganut will take the exam-
iations in "P'ei'ooial Property" at 2
o'clock aid iii "ixtures and Ease-
iments" at 4 o'lock this afternoon.
The oter examinuations oii the fol-
lowing subjects occr at the iidicated
hiotiis: Wednesday, 8:15la. ii., "Eq-
uity Pleadilnig 11nd tractic"; 2 p. i.,
"BlailmientsanutS (arriers"; 4 p. ii.,
"Coitract."Thiursday, 8:1 a. ii.,
"Torts"; 2 p. u., "Agency"; 4 p. mi.,
"Partinership." Friday, 8:15 a. il.,
"Domestic Relations"; 2 1. in., "Bills
intl Notes." 'The examiniiatinls will
lie iii writing.
Proessor Eaterhrook Dead.
Prif. J. E. Eatybrook, of Olivet
college dii't last Saturiay, after ai fews
dalys illns'ss. Se ws oie of the best
klon e-ldeucators of the state, having
stpeit 4' years in his cosei hrofes-
sion. At diferent timles in his clreer
Ih' hasiei'ii prinipelal of tie public
schools of Ypsilanti a1111i Sgiiaw;
also of the State _Noriial at VYpsilati.
For twso termls le filled with cretit,
the office of stae superintendeiit of
public instruction, and in 1870 le was
lectedl regent of the University, wlilicl
position le eld fr eight years. Siice
2880 hils timie his beell devted to the
interests f Oivet college.
. OF AT. CALENDAR.
Thlurs. eve., Oct. 4.-First Faculty
C'tiicert. Frieze Mitemorial hall.
Fri., Oct. 5-Adlpic literary so-
city mees un old qalrters.
Sat. eve., Oct. G.-Reepion at New-
berry Sall.
Sat, Oct. t-Varsity vs. Mcigaui
Military Academy at Athletic field.
Mlon., Oct. S -First issue of "n-
lander.'

INTER-COLLEGIATE.
Students of Harvard have organized
a nillitary tcoipany.
The undergraduates of Princeton rc-
cenltly held a mnass meeting and de-
cided to abolish all practice of hazing.
Sow-a's sear ;governor, S. J. Kirk-
wnod, in his will bequeathed a large
part of his properly to the University
of tow-a.
Thle Illiiii, the weekely psaper pub-
lishied by the students of the Uiver-
sity' of Illinois, has three woiien on
its editorial staff.
The P'ennsylv-ania rush linle for this
year will lie we'akeiied by the loss ot
Oliver, guard; Mackey aiid teesi'
tackles, anid Simlons coil, of last year's
teamo.
'[le freshmilani class ini the Univir-
sity of Wisiconsin u mbilihers 35(0, a
Imuchl larger re'gistraitionl than iii any
year lprevioius. Within the last year'
foeir iiewscnllege blillaigs lone bseii
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