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J. F. THOMAs,1'00 L. Green (Conn.) 38 L. R. A. 471, not
IUSINESS MANAGER necessarily to revive on his reforma-
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EDITORS the child.
H, B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. One who leans against a railing of a
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G. D. HUDNUr, '00 R. S. DANFORTH,'98 (Mich.) 38 L. R. A. 665, to have no
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A. H. McDoUGALL,'01 E. the breaking of the railing, as he was
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two of the most distinguished orators
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the Oratorical association as did
Chauncey M. Depew, Booker T. Wash-
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These men are Geo. R. Peck and
Henry- D. Esterbrook. The former
gave the oration at the unveiling of
the Logan monument and has become
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students an opportunity to hear good
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Dual Tennis Meet.
The Western Intercollegiate Tennis
meet will be held in Chicago June 2nd,
3rd and 4th. There are six institutions
represented in this association, Chicago,
Northwestern, Wisconsin, Knox, Albi-
on and Michigan.
The association has been running for
several years, having each spring a
large tournament at Chicago, each in-
stitution being represented by its two
Michigan did not enter until last
spring and, in the meet took second
The dual tennis meet between Chi-
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