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October 16, 1890 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1890-10-16

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HILARIOUS LAWS. vacancies, the deanship and the chair
of Tapspan Professor of' Law. ANs lee-
'H"EY OFFER THEIR CONGRAT-'tnrer, they have appointed Prof. Rtog-
ULATIONS TO JERRY; ers for the first half year, and for the
-- second half, IDr. B~igelow, ouie of tile
And Serenade Prof.; Thompson 111051brilliant law-lecturers ill tile
Before Going Homne. United Staltes. So you see [thle chair - a enwl ae o.A o h
Not s1nce tile visit of tho Pall- deanship, full of peridexity and111I
AIlaerican Congress has5 thereoinistrative dulty, t assumle it 011 the
been Cutl 11dellonsrlllolls lssu~ranlce that youI will lid 11me11 allo
can. Tile law department nseed~s no
occurred 1sftinigiht. As soon execultive. It will execute itself.
as5 tile mfemibers of the law do- -Durinlg tile coming year, on accolut
Partient learnled through tile of my ill healtih, I ask your lassistlance.
eoluI will direct tihe departmlent. Its wel-
olmns of tile DAILY that Prof. fare, however, is witlh you. Its success
Knowito1's appoin~tmenot was as- if with its students. Tile departmenlt
sured tile wildest entlslfsiaelu whichl comnlelced with hblt 25students
bega tu reval. Svera IlllopensI5tis year witil over ti0e. I hog
bea t peval.Seera mn-of yell, let 110 unsemly 1codulct iapp~ear.
lites before tile appoinated 1h0u11It hulrts you11morel thlanlth1'. ofM.
tile Laws begaul to assemli n dm oe 111 111 all~thlan youl.
"onl tile whole dp111t -sin I hak oulfor your 111151 scislies.
lie (Good lnight.
lmot t a anand Tile boys thir~ proceeded to tile
m1archled to Professor KN Iowitoll's ios fPo.Tlllslw
Tile Selniors were ileaded reevdte ihafwhat
by Diot leetie e(TrillnIa li eelBiaiendita"e- lll
1111d were closely followed by the words of welcomle.
President Angell Says that One,
Will Be Purchased.
A representative of tile DI)LY
called upion President An~gell, yes-
terday, to ascertalinswhlat trulth
tihere was illtile ruml~or, whlichl 111s
been currenlt for tile past two
weeks, tihat tile Board of Regenlts
were about to purcihase a tract of
laud at tile soutihern end of State
street to be fitted tip as an atihletic
Tile President said tihat uo site
ilad been defilnitely settled uponl.
Tile Board ilave several oifers, but
11a1e0 'illde no selectionl. Tile
ia~tter 11as been unde6r conlsidiera-
tionl,ihowever, 1and1 it is expsected
tihat a decision iii he larrived at
before tile Board atijourns.
It is enlcoulraging toitile stul-
dients interested illtile atihletic
stanldinge of tile U. of M. to learn
tihat tile Unliversity autihorities
1110 favorably disposed towards
tile atilietic interests. A vacant
field will not be of m~ach value
witihout a track and a gymnasiumn,
altihougih it can be used for foot-
ball and base-bali. Tihese imu-
provements cannot be secured
unless tile studelnts take 11016
and seconld tile efforts of tile
Board of Regents.
The Unity Club.
Tile Unlity Club will ioid its
opening social for tile year at tile
parlors of tile Unlitarianl chu~rch
next Monday evenling. A gelneral
inlvitation is extenlded to its
friends, old and slew.
Tile club ild its mneeting to
elect officers and lay out its work
for tile year, on Monday evening
last. Tile officers chosen are,
Wright, Kay &; Co.
Fore: . I1 r mpnrt_, sof Gemns
and Art Goodse, n and JOp-
tca la ~~nUfaCtUrers oft}-e
Finnt Socieity Badges vmadei the
-a ltru, Sample-:sent span pro-
D~thro3l op :_-r&fa IIsOIF- ifk.,
140) WOOl)WARD AVE.,
Bf. .
Detro t
"",Oswth thleir drum corps.
After tile salute of fireworks andlt
Volley of tin-ihornls, drms5 and1
Toices 1111 subsided, Pres. F. A.
IHenry, of tile Senior class, pre-
sented tile conlgratullations of tile
Law Departmnlt.
Prof. KnlowltonIresponlded as
L DlRS AND (EN'I'L. EIN-For you
l11l1st remenmher thalt we havec 1ladies ill
tile law d~epartment.-It kilOSS not wily
tile ttegents Ihave lasked 1me(1to llccepa
tis ihighl positionl. Iti5slureiy 1111 11t
of kinldnessIland t accept it as suchl.I
lave always done wihat seas I il y
tpolver for yell,hblt have nlever 'spalred
ycu I ]la~ve even "roasted" yell: bult
wilenlever I did thlis, it was (cle ill a
spifrit of kinldness. ft is oneC of tile
culle5 of a good lawcyer never to ask for
11 qurter. If youl fellow thlis rulle, yen
wifl "lever regret hrin~g ill the law pro-
W ilen iHenryylWade Itogers telluered
his resignation it wvas a source of sin1-
cere regret to all earnest students.
The faculty truly realizes whlat has
'been dlone thrfough ihis wise counsel,
for it was done well. We all wish him
The Regents hlave, to-day, filled two
In Memoriam.
Tile Freshmlan class cuf tile
Dental departnlent hleld a mseeting
yesterday afternooln and passed
tile followinlg resolutions upon the
deatil of tiheir classmate, Oliver
WITEuEAs, Oulr Ieavensly Fkther,
in His all-wise providence, ihas seenl it
to renmoce from our midst one~ of tile
mnembhers of 011r class so lately formed,
anld feelilng deeply impressed witihtile
unlcertainty of life and tile reallity of
tihat chanl~ge whlichl mulst 50011er or later
come to uIs all, thlerefore
lfcsslc, 1, Thlat we do hlerebny extendl
to file parenlts 11111 sisters of 01u1 clalss-
mlate, Oliv er Earl, our hiea~rtfelf syms-
pa~thy in tis timne of deellafliciloll,
anld 110comenlmlld thlem to hIlI will
alonle is able to bestow tom~f oct anld
hlp ill every time of treutile;,1a1111be
it further
lResolved, Thlat a copy of thlese resolu-
tions be tent to tile bereaved iparents
of tile deceased anld printed in the col-
lege paper and paper at his homle.
In behalf of the class.
Arfihur J. Kendall; secretaries, J.
S. IMarcus a111 C. W. Ricketts;
treasurers, II. 11. Silarpless anud
C. J. lHarmonl; Chlairmlan of Colm-
mnitfees, C. P. Stone, Miss Marion
SmlithI and1(1Miss CarlostfaBullis.
Provisionl is m1116 for twenty
umeetings this year, of a literary,
draumatic or mulsical ciharacter, 1111
for five socials. Thlere will be 111
organ~ recital by Prof. Stanley, a
Tennysonl song concert, an even-
ing of Ballads anld music of 50
years ago, an operetta, a play,
papers by about fifteen University
professors, several prominent
ctitizenls of the town 1111 a number
of graduate and other students.
The Club is enlterinlg upon its
tihirteentih year of successful
activity, and hlas becomhe one of
our best knlon a1116most popular
insfitutionls. Tihere are few pro-
fessors of Unliversity or Hlighl
school wvlo have Inot at some1 time
read papers. or spokenl before it..
Tile club brougiht Mrs. Ormliston
Chlant, of Elnglanld, here last year,
anld is hloping to bring one or two
distinguisiled speakers hlere tis
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I - , Irxr yy Tlb I
C. R. ELWO ToD,1Cootee president, W. H. RIush; vice W. N. Salisbury is practicing
Rt. D). Joscas, Cmite presidents, Miss Sophia Hobe and in Midland, Mich.

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