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VOL. II.-No. 140.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, APRIIL 11, 1892.

independent Association Meetinbt.
Ztie regultir'anniilcmecting of theI
IiiiejitndentXssoi ation iwasOicalled l
to order at 2 ,o Siturilay'if ternoion.
President (Cirtiss icailed MIr. W. Ei.
{grifein to thetihaii and the .Assoria-
tol jiroceedied to passcin the
sevcral amieindmeints to lihi.coiistitiu-I
.;nWiihehiad ii iiipropiosedi
Tice dic sinontevaiu
faeamniidiiimeiit e spirialli the dii-
-'issni six cdely ieestingi.

S.iSeciali meetings shall he cailedI
at the swritten requnest of three menm-
tiersiior'it the dicrietion iif the
Icmanaging editot.
9. Any otemiber of the itoardf of
Editors atbsentiniimiiisetlf front twoI
consecutive nieetingsittioiit a vald
exrnse, illiibe suspiendiedifroiii tie
board.}
Tihefoltoiwing" iiieniltiicnisNsece
priopiosedi andiiloni
the l~uii ii i-ige t tkei-li-re
to keerp iacrateic cou f
iiin y ii (t A iit ile'iiitociiatiiiIIand

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ic--cml suii iiii i-lium so.tiiie1 *s',
tio rers liiii iit. Sc,'rmciii tieasiiicr
erhi'is Nioinid'yto elect cii i pepi-
iet itii en. We tireicit suii'essior
Sopihomore Studies at Yale.
In the icoiiise of i fewi idas tic
sopiiooesiiatiste wii leinsithe
iiudy-iii 1hisnic s, whciiirswill tile the
iplae of oiie of liiiecoiiises n ai tiin
iiiwh iichs heeiofiiie lieeiiieqiiriieed
i iiiotihouitthe ieai. liiis5iiiter
huig 'is shosviiig in a Siay i sliglit
letting up of thie strict systemc of lire'
scribeed classical ciiirses. Previusls'
this Physics have bien a reqiiireid
study of the junior ye.ar. Next year,
howvever, the junior class will he al-
lowved more fredonm in its choice of
electives than has been given any of
thse former junior classes. This step
of shortening the course in Latin has
been agitated by the college papers
for some time, and it Is probable
that at some near date similar changes,
may be made, whereby the pre-
srhhed- study-:al'%Z~reek also may be
dimitaisYied. -

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Beware ef imitatieans,adobeerve that the
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Mianuaturters, - - Rilchmnd, Virginia.
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