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Voz. V. No. 135,

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1895.

PRIG-THREE CENTS.

VOL. V. No. 135 UNiVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1895. PRICE-TIIIIEE CENTS.

JAW FACULTY MEETING.
A SCHEDULE OF HOURS ADOPT-
ED FOR THE LAW DEPARTMFNT.
Lectures to be Doubled-Fourteen
Hours Will be Required-The Laws'
Lives Will be a Burden-Classes to
be Known as "First Year" "Sec-
ond Year" and "Third Year Men.
The faculty of the law departmsent
was in session yesterday and this
mioniug, comp~letig the changesle-
cessitated by the ineptiion of the three
years' law course net fall. Ii the
enlgtheinlg of the coillO 'the work of
the law school has not eel made eas-
lwr, btn1 the contrary hr has ben
augmnlted by the change.
All stidents in the "third year,"'
"'secondtiyear" aid "irs year" classs,
ais they will e eesigatd, will hav'e
fojurteent hours o freqiredt work a
week, inludlinig two hiuurs in Setios
quiz-zes.'Thle year will le diidediitiio
two senisters. as iii the literry de-
partmnlt, 01111examiinatios will ho
gien at the close of each semester.
These examinations will coer all the
work taken dutring tie seiiester,
whether compilleted or not, suit will c-
cusply the last week of the seuster.
Examiiusatious will e given ill all sub-
jets tatight.
Lietures will be- oe hosr in legt,
hut the numlber ill a course will le in-
creased 51) ter et, so that the smlei
am~lount of instruction will e gies.
In certaint subjects the amsonlt of in-
strulction givena will amliount to muchel
mioroltan heretofore. 'Thus, in Seal
Estate and Eiquity the work will e
divided between Dean Hluhis and
and Prof. Thomlpso, ut each will de-
vote the saute time to lstrilotioll in
thieso sutbjects as Prof. Thompson lint
been giving.
The work in the dirt year will e
muainly by means of textbook instrac-
tion, which will be in charge of lrof.
Hutchins and Prof. Kn~owlton. The
third year mien, or soaior laws, will
receive no material chags in their
work, except such as ae in line with
the raising of the stadart of instruc-
tion by the itroduction of a thre
years' course.
All instruction to ho given by tho
r esident professors will be arranged of
regular houra. A Schedule alowing
the time of recitations, lectures and
quizzes heas been prepared and will e
published with the annal announce-
met, as follows:
FIRST YEAR.
Elementary Law- Two hours a week
for the first senester. Tet-book work
accompanied by oral exposition. Class
to be divided into two sections. Pro-
hcssr
E~ementary IRal Property.- PWo
hours a week for the second semester.

Text-book work accompand by oral
expiosition. Class to e divided into
two secions. t'rofessor tIutlis.
Crntracts and (quasi-Contrats. -
Three lieours t week for te year.
Text-hook. Class to e divired into
two sectiolis. Professor Knowto.
Cri-iminal Law andiro 'ucdure--Two
hours a. week for the year. tFirst
secm st(n- 'weity-ive or thirty Itc-
tures 011 Criminal Lass tby-Professor
Knoiwltoin, the remainiter of tie time
to te ocutidi ti the qizi-oast r.
t'riife-ssor Knoiwilvtoi. Secod semlester
-'t'xt-hook oun Criminanl lealig and
Irocildur.'. (lass to e divided into
two srctioiis. Xr. Johnson.
'forte.'fwo hours at week for the
ycai. First semtster-''ext-book 'ad
iasia. (hiss to he udiviid into two sc-
tions. P'rof-ssor - s~ ecod s -
mistir--Tiryltrers by Irofe sr
t'hamlinii, the remaimher of the time
tisb tupeitieidbythe quirmastr.
Doinestic tteatious-Twso hours a
weeik f or the first seisester. 'T'hirty
lectiristy Professor Angel, the ic-i
miniiitr of tre tinse to e oceid
Pirsonal Proerty-One otr a sect
for the yi'ar. 'fhirty ltres by
Professor tritfn, the reiaintki' of the
timii-tuilbe-octupie-i by tte qizmailsteir.
C'onmnL ass-Pleading.-One hour a
lwi-ik fr ttie secriiiits -irster. 'Ti-t-
hook. Css to te ivi des~d intiitwo
retions. Professor -
T'his woiul giveth~e first yar slt-
itent, iii lecture aid t' xt-book work,
t2 hoiiis a wi-it during the fust s,
mestir aitit3 Pt i-ig the sf coud. In
aitiitioit to this, le woutt have hils
wvorsk with ttie qizmaiistrs, witchl
wotuldttrobably amount to soiuehat
more than twvo hours a. wveek.
SECONDu YEAR.
Agency-'fwo hours a week for the
first semester. Thirty lectues witi
cases by Professor Meemi, Ihe ne-
minidee of the tme to e occuied by
the qutizmaster.
t'artnerohit.-Twvo hours a week for
the second semester. Thirty lectures
with casies y Professor MeclcithIle
rensaindor of the time to ho occupiest
by the quimaster.
Bills of Exlango and Pro-nissoy
Vote's-Tw hours a wiek for ter first
semester, Tet-hook aid cass. Class
to ho divied into two s'ctios. Ai.
Johnson.
Bailments and Carriers-Twvo hours
a week for the second semester.
Twventy-five or thirty lectures by~
Professor Ksnowtoin, the remsaidiier of
the time to be occupied by the qtiiiz
rniaster.
Civi Pleading and Proedure at
yCoiimion Law.-'Two hours a week for
thr first si-mester. Thirty lecturtsty
P'rofessor Griffin, the remainder of the
timne to be ocuped by tietuimaste.
Code Plading-Two hours a wek
for the ist semester. Text-ok.
Class to ho divided into two sectins,
Mr. Johnson.
Real Property, including Fixtres,
Easements and Ladlord and Tonant
-Two hours a week for the year
SSixty lectures by Professor Thomnpson.
the remainder of the ine to e occu-
pied by the quizmnaster.
Equity Jurisprudence-Two .iohnc u
CONTINUED ON SECOND FAE.

SATURD~AY'S BALL GAME.
THE TEAM IN LINE FOR THE
GAME WITH ALBION TOMORROW.
Thursday's Practice-Capt. Shields
on Deck-St. Cair and Waite Doing
good Work-Flaying Commencing
to Show Snap-Nothing Known
of Albion's Make-Up as Yet.
Yesterdtay wisiwsarnere thianist re tl-
ci-ding rays anud the result was i gei-
irustihioventsent both in filintig andi
tbatting. Thie-vigoroius werk of Ca'rpt.
Shihlds alreaidy begins to ber fruit,
islet thistlayig of the crsdidteais
iun' lieus to showsi nap ahistn its'.
'fhle two tesims wereisade spras fl
lows:
SCRUB.s . 'iSi'iIoN. 'ASIT.
i'non...hs --___.tetcer -_.- t---Hoies
Lomity- 'h----- ichec-i-------Cretri
lie------- Siort strp---- h--.us-ehh
Hart -------firstiS,.e - lhe
-Bustlee-.---Seeond bass-t----ee
<nisrsiu rliu--7'Itird barse ------ -e
S. flair---._- Let fied--- lloomisuurIsn
ii'siie----- es-- oter field -----i-sieis
tihr'Lry- It-----hiieldhrh--- Setou
St. Chrl'andsriWieite disisnguisherdu
thsremselvs-bhu'brilliainr irthes hints-
outifilr, anid Rutsla maiiselesomsa gooir
stolsirt short. Ilouingstoii sid
Sextois isasde god hits. There sirsi'ss
to he nusl exit-hr-t saeril anionrsg
she neuw imen and every ose-islohig
fioiwardt withs Interiest to tie cioe of
Delayrrs for tho le b ion gamsse Satur-
day~. It is exte etted tnt there will
tue aitarge attendaice as it is tse first
gamse of the season, sndssut ierr'lrst
chsaiseeto se'low thouetshlowsv
tsp. It is as yet impiossiblus to ssy
aniythinhg of Albion's Peams, hst ihy
hiavir hoensat liracthi-es-i-h'siiie iii
wvas possible to grt out dors.
Athletic Association Directors Meet
'The last iictihg of the directors f
thersAthletic hssociation for th fisesal
year was55helIsast inight. .isianiurs
hiredt to work fuss'te asociastion disc
ing the spring, on the tisirehinihi ti-
usnatnid runing track andttoat-slit
geinerally to theo athletic hield ii the
msorninig. FI-t is to e on hadi to rih
thei canduitates for the ttrktetamrni
the sftesnoo. A stove wiiie 10
pr-vided in one of the drssing rooms.
It was aunounedila:the1 methg tha~t
Siutrintr duit leeve and Seeieti:ry
W Nade have granteut the tisack cull-
inittee flio use of what cinuertey
wantsf from the hospital ftrnaces.
' Tho track wil5-'tinut into shape to
hogin work next week.
Senate Trophy Contest Tckets
'rickets for the Senate Trophy con-
test ar going quite rapidly ait Secre-
tar Wades office and at Dr. Filz-
-gerald's offic. All students who wish
tickets should apply before touorrow
now, as the tckets wiii then e dis-
c triuled to ell applicants, tudets or
othferwise. 1

NO GOOD STUDENT
Tries to lemrn without boos.
Some peopio though try to se
musical instrhlnfnts wvith little
or no toiie.
We Say Buy lhose Which Hae IToe
We sell tluut kiint.
51 South Main s.
Employ
~Young
messis p.rt prymet oisyr rdgse Ace
boesel i hiwe ssedsthemassspproale N
tos onnilItheSIbicyle-saries anprose
sait istr.
Young Ladies eploedo~m
SIf boys5 r Pirpytheoy mste welhecons-
~ACME3 CYCLE COM'PANY,
ELIK ART, IND.
TTOTU T-TOH-EiS
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE'S,
°48 S. STATE ST.
- Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LAR[ST OP[RAINGifROOM INi STAE
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
RD. A. CAr)IRUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the City. F. asistost, st door
est oMlis t., nAbor.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
JOLLY & 0O'S
2i SOcUTH TATE S., Don'sfit ito coma.
set aid Colid auces at Alt Sers.
PROF. JOHNSON'S
Illustrative Cases on
Bills and Notes
AND
NORTON ON BILLS AND NOTES
NOW ON ALE AT
WA H R'S,
Up Town Down Town,
Unversty Bookstore, Oppoite Cort Hos
205S. Stale St. 4 N. Main St.
ANN :ARBOR

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