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May 20, 1898 - Image 2

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Published Daily (Snday. excepted) dring
the College ear, at
rrlc: Times building, .2 S. Malo St.
Telephone (New 9ate 189.
J. F. THOAS, 55 L.
. 5. ASo, '0 L.
11,B. SILLM,osasSL~.Athletics.
E,. L. Gocoun, '93 L G. D. IltonoTT, '0
T. R. WoOROow, 'S F. E5001,AR, '98.
F.* D. EAMA, '05 E, S. DNFroocs,'95
P. W, JOES, '9. C.5H. Ls, '55 M
A. 11. MDOtTAL, '01 E.
The subcription price of the Dly is 2.99
for the college year, with a regular dells-ry
beore noon each day. Notices, commuica-
tions, and other matter intended or pblica-
tion mot e handed in at the Daily officee-
fae 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor beore 3
p, in., of the day preious to that oo which
they are expected tooppear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Doly
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with lBusiness Mhluouer,abriers will con -
feeit faor by reporting prosoty at this
ofice nv failure of carriers to dlier paper.
Meecting of Daily board Saturday,
May 21, at 3 olock, in ERoomn 9, Uo-
vrally hal.
Best Number of the Yor.
Wrinlei is ot again today, sd it is
notsyng too mch to call i the bet
oombr of the yar. The drawings are
excelrt, sd are c-co above th high
sodard that a been ot this year.
Rtch Wagier frishs a fol-page
drawing which is ftr his sual style.
Mctleorge has the ceoter page, which
is a sar picture howing a naval re-
serve bidding farewell his frids. Bar-
din, Whitehead, Emmans sd Latimer
also cntribt drawis. "Frozen
Trth" is touched p in the edtorial.
Mr. Tuttle, of lunch counter fame, is
carooned both in verse and picture.
The usual amount of verse and jokes
is given. All in all, Wrile this week
is a decided success.
Ages of Law Graduate.
I will be interesting to the students
of the Universiy to know the average
age of the gradustro of the law depart-
ment thia year. The following statis-
tics were taken from the '98 Michigan-
ensan, which gives in the list of pros-
pective graduates of the law depart-
mnt some very interesting data about
each of the students, among other
things including hio age The total
number of students in the class is 23.
Of these 19 did not give any age what-
soever. The remainder re divided as
follows: 19 years old, ; 20 years old, 5;
2 yers old, 2; 22 years old, 33; 23 years
old, 39; 24 yearn old, 24; 25 years old, 22;
2 yers old, 11; 27 years old, 16; 2
years old, 4; 29 yes old, 5; 30 yearn
old, 2; 3t yers sld, 4; 32 yearnsd, 1;
33 yes old, 1; 37 years 'old, 2; 35 years
old, 2; 43 yearn old, 1; 44 years old, 1.
It will be seen tht more students
graduate from the department t the
age of 23 thn at any other, The
youngest man of the class in Michael
H.,O'Brien, of Detroit, who is 1 years
old The oldmst mener of the rlas
in Charles R. Marrow, of Stockport, Mo.
His age is 44 years.

Left to Join the Army.
The Washtenaw Evening Times of IB uLyiiig
yesterday had the following notice rel-
alive to an ox-student of the-Unscer-
sity: r
Rtaymond Mtead, the studenst in Michi-
ga University at Ann Arbor, who re-,
ently disappeared, leaving no trace of
his whereabouts, has been heard from.dyteplcauhrisofAent-
county, End., swere advised that :Ma
wsO in custody at Winouia, Min He
said he disappeared from Ain Arbor}
to joins the United States army. He VII '
-0 +1ire 1--sue ics; nnpsv ...7 ,couent.

Here now is particlarly fascinat-
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