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VOL. 1.-No. 20.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1891.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

PRESIDENT ANGELL TO THEv which, thus enfarged,vhas for years
REGENTS. 111 furnished is home for the dental col-
-l ege. tn the observatory grounds.
Cwenty Years Reviewed in an Inter- a mal bsratrvfo heintrc

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esting and Instructive Report.
_____ tioss of students fasbhenhsuiltsand
fis 1871, Presidenit Tames fB. Aisgel +ois a site purciiased for the purpose,
twso ness- fospital-,fiave just been coils
toethold of ieitheyo reis fi iii tan gov'ersnmenit st cuetite. As fhas before seen sasid,
uhe isis- buiildiniit asd the
tisaltthose tisen usnfpower rihose the
I-i~iitmus fo tie fiiie. an-~ bildfsing so mong appfropriated to thse
stentali colfage are about to seceive
dotissitshio isave siitisEssed the groist siiiii- 'u rsies
andsi prosfierity (if the usnstitsutiosssiuider
us sig he chaisessasnd contrsast-
i he c ondeitiosn andi standsing, of the iii-eii5i tsesseso
niperiyno wih hatitwasin in thtisichisng force asditniithse ssssss-
1 1Presidenst Ansgellifis a-nnual isss ifsusets.s Ii 18711there seere
siptstto thei-lBsard fsiregsens, i aifliith i faulties 3h pcirsons. Iii
18i91I there swere 92 residenstfprofes-
itedsesdss' says:
cuuss, assitnprfsosletesad
fIt is sios tsre-nty ye-arossiceI ttc isbseroes-slsresas
'ii siy oiscssfcoiiietios siti tiniistisuctois, 11snon-r esident lecturers,
sinstitustioi.s It hias occsirresitoriii asuit 7 ssistasts, in sg istotsil
thatit mghtbe istrctivsaiiis-nusei of 130. Tue icrease fias
suit iteessihistltienisshtsasditionsstitthi
issragisig to siarksomesie (if thse is ii-f i suiisot u
elsises sficf f-is sessrid ii ueliterary fscsulty. The fatulity of the
Uivtersity iii tha t perioilandsoiti glance itefpartmsent of meidicisie aidssiusrgery
tittheconrat btwen is ondti i-hso increasesd fronm 9 to 17. The
sit~~at tfecultyrahtshidsseciiiits oosiitiosse
ini 1871 anssits consditionsin 1891.lii'fctyissnteosyoseo e
I trut I ay b acqit:-e(I n sdance'lumer of its regular professors, but
of tn prpsebysuh omarso hsiscalled in-seseral snon-residenst lee-
toi comsmsend my oswn Oserices. No tisrers to give brief courses asnd em-
oissLiows better thaniiiIshosw little jiioys qiz-a-sssters for purposes if drfil.
the hvehadtodowih -as ris Te literary faculty, wsicheicosisted
tse growsthiwsich siw e eto obsers-e.of 23 pesons ini1871, 55n-sisnusmters
That growthii isisuei in iallfdgree7t0. Only the thsree departetsoof
iii sue wisdomsansuitbrsfsisof ans osse sts,misiiesansd of Iaw existesdiii
'nsisi. It i issuesratfherto thss iearty 1871. 1Tiosugh.issstrusetioss iii
and evoed o-oeraionof iany sihrmaics-'sias given ast tisat tisse,
gesiduates suit otissrsfsaithfsulfrienss :''d as50 sepirate idepa-rtmsenst sitih
anit to tihegensieros suppiforit-accordesfitsiwn facuity suntil18763. 'The
b}- sue state of 'Miciiga-iiIoosssssis ossis oig ia
"Onse s-fnho suldisot Isis sisitestganizaedin 1875."
the nivrsit sice 171 ouldon 'Tw-wenty years ago the studensts
coinsg isnto ouiicfapus, tie struckssnumbteredl 1110;1asotsyear, 2,420. Thie
sit first sithtisiithie ias: iii tie fisil Ossig tble shoiw s tettessiasnse
numbsies- of our tbuildisigs.IThose thens byifepiartmsients st botf it ss
here wsere the tswo sings oi thsefires- 1811 1591
Departmest o1 Literatsirt, Science
esst Univesity Half, origina-lly eret- and the Arti- - - -f________ 8801tilt
edt for sdormitoris ansd recitationsItDepartmetntof Mdiineand Surgery Isi5 375
roosms; the iasi- tbsildin; thechsensical Departmentisf Law------ it 30 58
laboratory, oie story high1 formngIs School ofPharmacy ----------- 9
Homawepathie Medical Coliege --- f 7
aibout osse-fifthsoi osse-sixtih of tile Dental Coliege ------is___ 13
psresenst edifice;liiiesmesticaii toilets-,I-- -
ausd four dsiellinsglhoss, yof siwhicis oins- bTa-- -- - --- liss 1 ,420
ssuisediis a ihospl-iose sias sue- 'Tue propoirtionaste asnifiabsoisute
suied by tue Presidenst, sandlteoilier itains b eens much larger iii the lit-
tswo sw-rc ri-iss-i to pressos. Tue irsirs'depasrtmen-st than iii ansystiser,
--srossosises lboratory andth fe piisisi i re gisadlit ssossisdiaveibeesn.
dwlingssa tt-aclhe-dto it hisaso ben5sf lidepartmienit has, tiow-ii-er, iii
Isiuit oiiltesite tihey isoisocecupy, spitcesit the estsablisihsment of assies-
al msiile sswsy fromsistse camipusss." uitsla-w selmssissiinthe wsts, neasriy
"iSicetheno the folioswisig bildini'gsldosibledl its snsimbters'.
have heess -rectesd on the camipus: Womens-iswer-s isot adisttetoiiitie
Tlalrge cestral busiidinsg of tue C ii Iiisersityunili 1870. Tihereforri-Asi-
versity itall, connsectisig the tsio0needi not tie surfprisedI that tisire swser-
wings; the scientuifiiclsborsatorys the lust 34 isere iii 1871, of whiomss14t sere
libhrasys sistis the sit gasliery-- the .-inthliiterairy sdepartmsenst, 1in iatlhi
psissicaif -sd uhygiseistaboratory;-the meidicsfalsd 2 us tse lass' departmenst.
engisneering fsboratory. or-.sworksops; 'at. car there wiere 4435swomsess in
lteassatosmseal laboratory; tlistwiio sttenudance.
ispial siaids, and the twso boiler "Tssensty years ago liii'stuidents
hosus es. Ilie cemisical laboratoryIsas iire srain fromsitwsentys-six stateo
tutnusereral tines eslarged, and a and territories, hut none from forein
wi su sa added to ont of the houses, I sds. Last year they represessted

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oust 12 foreigns states asid provines.sIT A G
isesswe hfr som IlinisssOhiio sandl UJR lhII A G
Indhuiasps-eusctively'115, 122 andss7ufWILL B
fast s'sar '282, 205 aid 1it. itis in-
iseresisingtiolbserve thast sontraryI Mailed to You--
to th limsspressiuuischserisshedityhisanys NEW s s Through Your
tile pirofoion ofs if "ticiisgastudetnstsst
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yesarsags-sIniii1871 Slieligusi siss
its-sits IsirieidI only's46ipesr cet'i. isf theiUpon -
si-lsh susuustus ilastesui thscs les'PRICE APPLICATION.
fourmsedl4's per ceiii" --
"Th lawfsslhbsriii hssgrussiss Irossmt i-cu
3,000 volumues 1to(oies'10,00t0: the IUIGHT1, &1(0,?
genera lifbrtaryu from s17t,00to 60t,000,t ILIST
resitasuinigthesMe-Millas'Shsakseaisrs'Manufuriiersas'f-FinstasPlumn
anid JewetlldSociety IBadges.
libtrarii of3,008) vosl umes'sad other DTOI. MIH
speceial collections."DTOT uH
Continuedtomaorr.
First Days Tennis.
at tennis tournament was com-
mented yesterday afternoon at 3:45
singles.
The first match was betweeo Slo-
cmu antI Shaw, the former being ao
easy winner. The result of the Whens ysu wantithe Latest Metrapolian Styles
match was somewhat of a surprise. isShiats as ~t 1a phsauir less thissAin Arissr
The general exspeciationa was tlhat prices, send foru Cataloatou
Shaw would posi tihingsuvery closely R~. H. FYFE & .
witlh Slocum. TIhe score of tlhe firstG.
set was: DELTRITl' Mut
Slaetuiii __...-___ 1 5 1 1 1 1- 0 -5
Ssow_____________ 8_ a 0 0 o a - 0 1 L
'The second set was: S1~a~ peller C
-lcm---------1111 5Iti1_ 1 Cha.Umiversity (Outfitters,
In anothser court, Stone, left- 20 SoU'Ph STATEu ST, ANN ARtBiR.
handed, and Smith were playling aNek ar
Nek er ac.Lt lyr eeevidently in poor form, althougla Dress Shirts, Gloves,
there were tome brilliant strokes, n er er
Stone won the two sets in succes-
sn, as follows: GENTS' FURNISHINGS, oQaihes
Sm -- tt t u a t0 t0 a 1 01 10 5 -a OOT-l31J iL J T
hesecond set resulted un the
same scores Enuglishn Mackintoshes,
Stone ttttltttl11 st01 l 00 01 - 7(Atleltic siud.
Smith --------500 11 01 t 1 1 0t a -- 5 yn ai G o s
The only othser maids of the after- ' .GmuiisGos
noon was between lElting and Btrowrn. OFEVRi-Ry ESChutrTlIO4
As was anticipated, Elting was vic- s AME TME AN MONEY
torious, although Brown made him
work lhard to siin. lElting is the By Ba~uingyour
chanmpion of the Northwest, hav ing
beaten Chate at Chicago during the ][
summer. He swill win thse tourna -s~A
ment. The score of that first set
wviths Brown was: u i suh sahee
Eting.---- 1 1 0 0 5 1 1 1 1--- 5
dirawn.:-t-O- 00 11 0tt0 ---3 AT Ar A N &'5 C,
The second sets
Elting- --_______1 1 10th fl--f
Bfrown ----------- 500 50 1 u a t 0--- 2 PUBLISHsERS,
This afternoon Eilting plays Stone
and the winner plays Slocunm. Those ff4 Monroe Si'., Chicago.
beaten by the winner of the tourna-
ment play for second prize. 50 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

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