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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UMYERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the
College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OPrIcc: The Inland Press, Henning Block.
Both Phones t47
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L.
BUSINESS MANAGER.
O. H. HANs, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Editor, T. R. Woosnow, '00 L.
P. W. JONEs, '99, A. H. McDOUGALL, '01 E,
F. D. EAatAN, '01 L C. H. Lun, '00 M,
G. D. HUDNUTT, '01 E.
The subscription price of the DAILY isa72.5 or
he college year, with a regular delivery before
nooo each doy. Noticec, communiceations, and
other matter intended for publication must be
handed in at the DAILY office before 8 p. m., or
mailed to the editor before 3 p. m. of the day
previous to that on which they are expected to
bsriptions may be left at the DiLYs office,
eyer's, or Stoffietes newstand, or with Busines
Manager. Subecriberswill confer a facor by
reporting promtply at this office any failure of
carrers to deliver pelter.
All changes in advertisin matter must be in
the off4e by 4 p. o. en theday previous to that
en which tbsy are to appear.
It is the desire of the DAILY to
reflect as much as possible student
thought and life. To this end it in-
vites communications of general
interest to the students at large.
Honest discussions of topics of inter-
est cannot fail to be useful. Those
who have grievances to bring before
the students or opinions to air are in-
vited to do so in the columns of the
Daily.
The DAILY has received a notice
of the admission of Wm. A. Bither,
Ll. B. '92, and Roger Sherman, A.
B. '94, to membership in the law
firm of Church and McMurdy, of
Chicago. Robert McMurdy, one of
the senior members of the firm is also
an alumnus of the U. of M. having
received his degree of Li. B. in '80
and Li. M. (Hon.) in '95. The firm
name will be Church, McMurdy and
Sherman.

AN EASY VICTORY.
[Continued From Pate 1.]
Wood. White......1. t............. Iester
Bennett..........r. e.............Conlin
Snow.. ........1.le....GarterC
Talcott. q........... ied
Whitcomb, Blen-r.h. Snyder
coe, Malone..... .
Avery, Mob. .. .L. h.. Morse, VanCley
Keena, Weeks, ,..........Churchill
Hoover....... .
ScORE.-Michigan, 2'; Normals, 0.
Touchdowns-Avery, Whitcomb, Snow,
Day. Goal from down-Keena. Referee
-J. C. Knight, of Princeton. Umpire -
Caley of Michigan. Linesmen-Payton
and Lockwood. Halven, 15 mtinutes.
Homeop's Have a Peculiar Case.
The Homeopathic Department of
the University desires to start a post-
graduate course of lectures to begin
after the holidays and run five or six
weeks. The degree of A. D. will be
required for admission, and each
member of the faculty will give four
or five lectures on special subjects.
The Surgical Professor will have
"Theory and Practice" and the work
is to be advanced and recent. In
addition, two weeks of purely clin-
ical work will be done at the hospital.
"We have a class formed already,"
said Dean Hinsdale, "but don't
know whether the regents will let us
hold the lectures or not. At their
meeting next month the matter will
be submitted to them. I see no rea-
son why they should refuse, as a fee
will be charged and the course will
be a benefit to the institution."
Major Dr. Leseure has not return-
ed from his military duties, and, al-
though his leave of absence lasts till
January, it is hoped that he will be
back before them. Meanwhile his
lectures are divided up among the
faculty, assisted by Dr. G. P. Cooley
of Detroit. Dr. Kinyon, assisted by
Dr. Cooley, is doing the clinical
work.
The hospital is rapidly filling up,
and already has 25 patients. Dr.
Hinsdale has received requests ask-
ing permission to bring in more cases.
There were four confinement cases
during the summer, and one very

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queer surgical operation. A si
School of Pharmacsj. year-old boy was terribly burni
The School of Pharmacy opens this under the arm in July, 1896, as
year with about the same number of when the arm was bandaged it w
studentsasattended last. Professor P. left in contact with the body as
F. Trowbridge has a year's leave of grew fast down to the elbow.
absence to study the chemistry of was released and several hundr
beet sugar in Europe. skin grafts made, restoring the use,
Dr. H. M. Gordin, Ph. D., of the limb.
.Berne, Switzerland, continues his The enrollment this year is abo
Tevision of "The Pharmicopoeia of up to last year's, with every post
the United States" and Paul Mor- bility of a large increase.
row, a graduate student, will finish
his "Chemical Bibliography." The Frank Hatch, last years half mi
course has not been changed, runner is back visiting Ann Arb
Several changes have taken place friends.
in the Dental School. Dr. Logan
and Dr. Minerd have resigned and as
yet no other instructors have been
secured. The number of students is 20 d
less than at this time last year. Con-
siderable new apparatus has beenui
added and a new lecture room fitted ATHEN$
up. Five new chairs were received
Saturday._ _ _TIMATRE
Mr. John ,Rood, of Marquette,
Mich., has been appointed instructor
in the Law Department, to take the
place of Mr. T. W. Hughes, who
goes to the University of Illinois.
Mr. Rood is the author of " Rood on
Garnishment." The W ool of WHO .
r Mr. F. H. Dixon, formerly acting GRANGER'S
assistant professor of political econo- ACADEMY.
my is at Dartmouth College the pres.. For informationinsregardto classes, private 1
ent year as assistant professor of the teiephone 246 (Bell). All tuition and reatt
samesubject. able in advance. No exceptions to this rule w
same nujeoabhrmade.

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