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VOL. II.-No. 34.



The Post-Graduate Law Course.
In October, 1889, the Board of
Regents passed a resolution confer-
ring the degree of Master of Laws
upon such persons, who were gradu-
ates of this or other law schools,
and who completed a special course
of study required by the Law Facul-
ty. In June, 1890, the Master's
degree was accordingly conferred
upon a class of six, and at last
Commencement upon a class of fif-
teen. This year the class will be
considerably larger, more than twen-
ty candidates for the degree being
already enrolled.
The course of study has been
strengthened verymaterially in many
respects. Below is a brief outline
of the required work:
Lectures and quizzes on Interna-
tional Law and History of Treaties,
by President Angell.
Text-book work in the Science of
Jurisprudence, under the supervision
of Prof. Abbott.
An advanced course in Constitu-
tional Law, seminary work, under
direction of Prof. McLaughlin, ac-
companied by lectures on Constitu-
tional History.
Lectures on Railroad Problems,
by Prof. Adams.
Lectures and quizzes on Compar-
ative Constitutional Law, being a
study of the institutions of Germany,
France, England and other conti-
nental states, supplemented by a
study of the best works on the Eng-
lish constitution, under direction of
Prof. Hudson.
Text-book instruction in Extraor-
dinary Legal Remedies, viz: man-
damus, quo warranto, prohibendo,
certiorari, and habeas corpus, by
Mr. Johnson.
Regular recitations and examina-
tions on all special lectures delivered
during the year will also be required.
The following is a list of the special
lecturers, in addition to those above
given, and their subjects:
History of Real Property Law-
Prof. Thompson.
Law of Railroads-Prof. Rnowl-
Law of Interstate Commerce-
Judge Cooley.
Admiralty Law-Justice Brown,
of the U. S. Supreme Court.
Law of Insdance-Dr. Bigelow,
of Boston.

Medical Jurisprudence-Dr. Ew- Team Play in Foot-Ball. OF YOUR -
ell, of Chicago. - J3rIETYV T rIrrE
Code Pleading and Practice- Walter Camp, the foot-ball author- OUR
Judge Maxwell, of Nebraska. ~.ity, has written an article in last WIL ii
Injunctions and Receivers-Dr. Saturday's Harpers' Weekly upon Mailed to You -
High, of Chicago. " Team Play in Foot-Ball," which -: -:- Through Your
Mining law-Mr. Clayberg, of should be read and studied by every NEWMotaH A i TEBk
Montana. foot-ball player in the University.
Legal Microscopy-Dr. Howells. For the benetit of the 'Varsity eleven
Patent Law-Mr. Latrop, ofand the captains of the class elevens, PRICE -Uon APPLICATION.
Detroit. portions are reprinted below:
History of Common Law-Dr. Itow TOl MEET A WEDGE.-Many are
Hammond, of St. Louis. the ways in which opponents try to
Tis, stwill be noticed, is about iieet and defeat the ends of this wedge ) LIST
ply Temutstile ndwielselns be 'esatSseiPli
as thorough and complete a course whtu hhascommended itselfnost gen- and Jewelled SietBadges.
as could well be mapped out for one erally, is that of lying down before it. DETROIT, - - MICH.
year's work, and no candidate for It is not deeply scientific, and is some-
the degree, when he receives it can times rather trying to those who per- E
but feel that his diploma has been form the duty, but it is effective to a
degree, and whlen there are no other
well earned. A comparison with means whichwseem toeheek the ad-
similar courses in other leading law vancesis not to be scorned. The men
schools is very favorable to the U. in the front of the wedge fall over the
of M. In no case is it excelled, prostrate antagonists, and the advance
and probably is not equalled by any. comes to a stop suddenly and surely.
elosv is a list of the candidates ut there is an objection in the case of
Belw i a istofthecanidaesa cleverly manipulated wedge when
for the Master of Laws degree at- tile runner is help>ed wetde s When you want the Latest Metropolitan sives
f p out at tileside, in shoes at S to $I apair less than Ann Arbor
ready entered: and the men who are down in front prices, send for Catalogue to
Blakely, W. A., Battle Creek, Mich. cannot rise to be of any assistanes in
Boutwell, B. J., AnnArbor. stopping him. Of course there are R. H. FYFE &
Cosgrove, P. J., Lineotn, Neti. others upon whom tls dutyshould de-
Davis, A. ., Bareveld, Wis volve, but rapid and-judicious titer- yETROIT, M.i"I.
Ellis, I. C., Freeport, ll. ference at the proper momentmay take
Ferry, P. P., Seattle, Wdst. tilese Olut of the stay, andit the gallie
Free, A. L., Pa-W Pasw Mch.t amade be far greater than by a direct Chas. p&J J &*
Gormley, A. C., Asn Arbor. forcing at the peak of the wedge. University Oatfitters,
Hooker, I. E., Charlotte, Mich. Other methods of opposition are: break- 201 SOuT STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
Hlubbird, L. ., Ann Arbos ig in thse peak by mails streligthl, send--___
Hughes, T. W., Ann Arbor. ing a man over the heads of the lead- Neckwear
Inverarity, P. G., Seattle, Wa. ers; and finally, and more scientifie
Jewehl, It. 1)., Ann Anbos. lien skillfully plerformed, holding the Dress Shirts, Gloves,
Kuwabara, - Japan. peak and turning the pressure off, so
Kendall, A. J , Ann Arbor. that the wedge goes across the field in- Underwear,
Kendall, G. A., Napoleon, O. stead of strighit ahead. GENTS' FURNISHINGS, o lest
Middlecoff, J. B., Ann Arbor. THE KnicER.-If lie can select the Quality.
Pierson, G. W., Hadley, Mich. most difficult point for the half or back FnOm TT GODS'1
Roach, M., North Branch. of his opponents to reach, and there J 114
Sears, W. It., Three Rivers, Mich. place the ball, lie gives his own men a -
Sutton, E. R., Detroit, Mich. fair chance to make good his kick. If English Mackintoshes,
Will, A. P., Toronto, Ont, he sends the ball too high, his oppon- Athletic and
ents will surely be able to reach the . . . Gynnasium Goods,
Dates with Cornell. spot and secure a fair catch. If lie OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
'o sends it too low, his own men have no
time to get down the field, and the op-
Manager Farrand has received a ponents will surely return the kick- OY TIME ANI MONEY
telegram from Manager Galbraith, probably on the run and with interest.
of Cornell, closing two dates with A happy medium between the two is hr uYuying your
the latter, for Novemsber2at atBe- what lie must try for, and it is only
thoit antdfo November 2, at ' e long praetiee whieh will eiiabte him to
troit, and November 28 at Chicago. hit upon the happy medium.
Von der Ahe has broken the agree- There is very much in the article
ment with Washington University which is excellent, but which cannot of us while we are here.
for the St. Louis base-ball grounds, be printed for lack of space. Camp
and the game for Thanksgiving Day divides team work into four plays, CALLAGH AN & CO.,
at St. Louis has been declared off. viz.: the wedge, the kick, the run
The Cleveland Athletic Club will be through, and the end run. He also PUBLISHERS,
played at Cleveland on Thanksgiv- gives some valuable hints upon
log Day. The C. A. C. is captained ,using the wind." 114 Monroe St., Chicago.
by Rhodes, captain of last year's _ 4_0
Yale team. Powers to-night. 5o S. State St., Ann Arbor.

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