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W' TE 5 f Judge Hammond ToQuitWesleyan College Board Macon Ga May 21- WheS th board of trustees of Wesleyan college meets tomorrow night in annual session matter of Impor tines in regard to the- building pro gram for the college win be discussed members of the faculty will be elected and the nomination of new In structors will be made to the board by Dr. W. F. Quillian president of the institution. It was reported today that plans hare been formulated for the construction of more adequate facilities for housing students. The resignation of two members of the board of trustees will be accepted tomorrow night They are Bishop J. 'B. Dickey of Griffin who will resign on'account of having recently been elevated to the EpUcopallty and Judge W. R. Hammond of Atlanta who will resign on account of ill health. Bishop Warren A. Candler of Atlanta will preach the commencement sermon in Wesleyan chapel Sunday morning and the graduation exercises will take place Monday night with the literary address by Dr. W. A. Lambeth of High Point. N. C and the baccalaureate address by Dr. W. F. Qnillian president of the college. Degrees will be conferred on fifty-three graduates of the regular course in addition to others in special departments. J . 'U. ' "ge" Q mnt T oQ' it Wesleyan Ga. Har.2t.--pecial.- the W 0- boa il on' account a in. . To Quit 24 anon. 3 on ' . ¬ ¬ - . - . . ' ¬ - ¬ ¬ ' ¬ ¬ ¬ ' * : ' \ * - , - - - * ¬ - ¬ , , ¬ . . . , . ¬ . . ' . , , ' , . . , , . . , ¬ , , , . . . , . . , . . . , ¬ . - , ¬ . } - , . ' . . . . . . . , " " ' ' . . - ( $ . ) - ! . - - . . : , . , ' ' . . . . ) ( . . ) ! . ! ; ) . ' " - - , , , . - . . . ) , . , .