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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.
Night Editor-J. S. Switzer.a
CONSIDER A SUBSCRIPTION.
There is 110 one )vho has attended the
university as a student, who cars to
abruptly sever his or her relations
with the university, upon graduation.
Undergraduate associations, friends
and Michigan are not to be so quickly
forgotten. Friends and 'associations
that1 are to come with fellow alumni
are also largely centered about Mich-
igan, the news interests, the alumni
associations, and the undergraduate
The Michigan Alumnus is the official
recorder of these happenings and
events. It is the one source of such
information and was established with
the precise purpose of sustaining
alumni interest and enthusiasm. It ha,,,
done its work.1
Mr. Shaw, editor of the Alumnus, is
malting special effort with the present
senior classes. The regular subscrip-
tion rate has been suspended and re-
duced to one dollar per year, with the
option of a three year subscription for
$3.00.: The comfort and satisfaction
that comes from reading about people
and institutions, in which one is vit-
ally interested certainly must be worth
dlich a price.
Imagine yourself in the future, if
you will, and appreciate what a word
of news front a former classmate will
THE LAST FAIR CHANCE.
The seniors will have their' last
chance to appear on the campus before
the student body, in caps and gowns,
tomorrow.' This, is the last chance
that the senior has to observe aMichi-
gan tradition, one of the oldest on the
If there is any reverence for the tra-
dition or general approbation, tomor-
row' will tell the story.
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EXIIIBI TS IMCEIVED BY MISUSE111
Collections (Conicfrom ,Africa, (,er-
The University mulseuml has placed
o~n exhibition, in the, lower floor of
the museum building,' seveAJ4 collect-
ions of dismembered skeletons, which
have been recently acquired. Amnong
these are the bones of an extinct
species of Hippopotamus which were
secured by ex-governor Chase Osborn,
on his recent expedition to South Af--
rica, and by him presented to the
univeursity'. When time and funds of
the museuml)erln-it, these, bones will
be mounted and will make up a com-
bounes making- up the vertebral col-
umn of a Belodont, an extinct species
of giant; crocodile, have also been
placed on public exhibition. These
specimens were obtained from the
Triassic deposits of western Texas by
the university expedition, which was
sent out last summer.
A complete specimen of lhthyosau-
rus has also been receiv°ed from the
celebraited Jurassic: deposits atlHolz-
maden ne1ar Stuttgar~t, ("ermany, and
placed on permaneont exhibition.
I'. We ,1itlty 1Will } eaotk in south
Prof'. K. M. Wenley will lease for
the south on Tl U 'Sday Hei(, oes to~
Chattanooga, where he will address
the alumni association at its annual
meeting: Thereafter he will represent
Michigan at the installat~ion of Presi-
dent EKnight at the University of the
South, Sewanee, Ten-n., where he will
also deliver the Commencemenit rad-
dress. Thence hie will go to Nash-
ville, to pay a visit at Vanderbilt uni-
versity. On his return to Mlichi gan,
he will give the Commencement ad-
dress at the Macomb County Normal
School. He will arrive in Ann Arbor
in timeo for Commencement.
C'lass (dyes "The School For Scaindal'
Professor Thomas Truebloo l's class
ini Shakespearean reading will give a
public recital of "The School for Scan-
dal," Richard B. Sheridan's famous
play, at 8:00 o'clock tonight in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. The public is ini-
1911 Varsity Center May Enter School
"Red" Cornwell, center for the Var-'
sity football team in 1911, may be in
school next fall and available for the
Varsity. If it is possible to arrange
matters so that he will be eligible, he
will. enroll for the summer schrool sos-
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