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,Held a Very Pleasant Open Meeting
Last Night.--Taking Speeches
on Legal Topics.
The Webster literary society gave
its first public program in the law
lecture room last evening. A large
and apspreciative audience was in
attendainre, andlste programi ren-
lered was onse whichs reliects credit
os the society in iimrticuliar and loil
tie lass- selartnient is geseral. The
ivrtisfra'ills 55 oene d 1y as address
it welcosse 1)),tles. F. E. (ham-
herblin. lihis address seas very brief,
1)ut was nonec the less hearty. i'ol-
iosessg this seas a solo by ]. A. lien-
singer, whlicth sas enjoyed by all
piresent. Mr. Blenidinger was forced
to respond to an encore. Chsas. I.
Friedmsan, in his five minute talk on
z'1Mayor and Dleas,'' sas very _jiidi-
-sal and expressed Iis thsoughts in
the language of the lasv.
PrintedsLlectures,'' by Victor J.
Obternaur, wa~s one which was mucth
enjoyed by thse sembers of the lasw
departmenst as he portrayed the
mensbers of that department as synm-
,sols of virtue in the contest of the
stusdents for printed lectsires.
M~r. l~ipsoss spoke next ons the
Las epelartmsent (o-edls,''anid
t'he tOtizniasters,'' whlichiwas
/2hararterieed by wit and huiior.
"MSesmosry of Man Itimneth not to
else Contrary,'' by Mr. Larsons, was
a shsort bilographsy of Prof. Griffin.
Nest seas a flisle solo by M~r.
Geist. This piece was much appre-
c(_iated by all who enjoy goodh music.
.Mr. Gieist sets heartily eiscored by
E. .Le~lendre seas to deliver an
oration, but owing to a very severe
cold he was unable to do so.
Prof. Mlechem, "The Man Whom1
the bas eleights to tionor,'' was
-treated by 15. L.. (liver in a very
'Mr. F. G. Joists spoke on Prof.
Chsamplin, "'The Giner'l Roel."
'fsr. Jones inmitatedl Prof. Chsamplin
to perfection and kept the aiudience
in laughter during his mock' lecture.
"It's Time to Close," or "CProf.
Vance," was briefly but effectively
spoken on by 0. B. Conart.
"The Whole D~epartment," by
Mr. W. II. Harrison, was very well
received on account of its pleasant
reference to Hon. T. M. Cooley.
Music, "Star of my Heart," by
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1893.
.PRICE, THRtE CENTS.
Miss Volland, was the subject of
much pleasing comment by the audi-
Debate: "Resolved, That a Ne-
gro State be established iii the Utni-
teid Stastes,'' aff., WV. J. L~andman,
seg., IV7. P. Ifarvey, was ssell han-
diest by bulls gentlemnis.
'The closing feature of the psro-
gram was thse society pap-vsstsiehi
seas of no little merit.
j Ciassis e tStsoWell iRetileect.
Thle setconl facsity coriceit of the
Sichosol of Al asic consiting "of a
song recital by M''iss Alice A1. halley
in Frieze Memsorial Htall, last night,
wnas a decided success. Thle sall
wxas conmfortably filled wxithi lovers oif
classical music who canie to lhear it
well rendered, and were not disap-
pointed. The prograni consisted of
short selections from else foremost
composers froimi Bacti, whts)sied in
1750, to Gounod of our oxen year,
sixteen selectioiss ini alt, which swere
seithsosut exception v ery tleasingly
rendseresd. Miss tlally tsossesses a
clear, weell cultivated voice ofl sunus-
sal. sweetness, aisd of great enidur-
anice. P'rof. Stanley pIis sd the
accomptanimsents on the nexw pipe
rgai aind also rencderedt several
selections, isotably Chiopiss's ( lu-
ieral March'' whicth were excellent
and'ssoseed what the professor can
accomplish weneshe has tsn instlru-
sient that in worthy of liim. Last
night was the first time the organ
had been made use of us a public
entertaisnment, aud all weho heard it
wilt agreed that it is a valuiable ac-
qusisition for thme School of M'usic.
s Advice to Law Students.
J udge Maxwell, of the Suipreiue
Cou~rt of Nebraska, whso is thse all-
thor of the Code Pleading whtichl
bears his namne, now lecturing to
the post gradsiate laws, adldressed
the members of the senior class yes-
terday. He chsose as his subject
"The. Successful Lawyer at the
Bar." The ideal lawyer, as judge
Maxwell says, should be a moral
member of society, Isonest and up.
right in his dealings with his fellow
men. The remarks of the Judge
were appreciated by the seniors who
are soon to enter into the profes-
sional struggle for existence.
AN EMINENT HISTORIAN. T he o
Prof. vonHolst Will Lecture i h f
S. L. A. Course on "Toussain the laeSlm iela
LOuvertura.' in 5C ul is15 11ic
Prof. II. von HoIst, of Chicago
University, knowen to urs lsiefly
through Isis works on Anierican. his-
ascsssisVsies ti-leiseslto,'ie? Is..0
to any oe, h i, illtii (.ll s ies .
Wte ilWi I Is t0 ,s ee lic ze aii U
yoliiit ltsiiss5 tose'e otzis5,v
L.'Outvertsure'' in tise S. L-.. course.,
tonmosrsso'evening. h'aisMlu t
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Jun si 19, I I 1 -p I Iessssste son sif a
a Luithieraniinssister, ss (ermasnsssby
sdescesit. i creceisedii s esrlys esit-
catioss inIsis nstssiv esswnasst illn
the spsrisng of .86io esteresd the I'ni-
versity of Dlorpsort. 'lis le Ift iii
j:86,3 1o conitintse Isis wsork at I leislel- 1
berg, whsere tie gostIsis fP1)..sdegree wise nsaousltr~lii-iLase-ast eissssplitl stsyls
in 1865-. le nose travelest for a o $, st , 55 .6S tit 5tio$s1 asmpair les-
tllsanAsii Aslise 5plics assenfo Calalossse lto
tose iii France, Italy and Algiers,
developing thsat broad cosmopolitan
spirit swhichs gives Isis seritings ansi * *~ fF & C
lectusres ssschivalsse. Ile tassghlt s 1t1ct183-185 \l5151515.llllsAs .,
for a shsort tinse ustteethsis at St. - 'MthISN
Dssring Isis secsisis visit tFratice Received. 4001bs. -f Fine Choolaie
ill 28 7 hfi7 ls publitcatioss of a Issitii- xvi i ssSle i ls iec.Iesit ie
cat panmphlhet on the significasnce of f t, e-s-t of thitiu,lii I i e ler tio ~iil t
City'of Aim,\, 5 otsss , I'i tl ~etaiiim ies
tte attempht msatle i1 1 s6Iby aiRsIss- 5utyiii 5t lee, llsto n astof theIity
sian revtioiosst up11n5thiv life of R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
thse Czar, psrev-entedsI Iis retursn to St.
Is Jusly,si:867, cvss llost camse to
the Unsilted Stases, wehere liseseas+
forced to ssake Isis war in ilse face i.
of extremse posverty. the occupiied
himself in lecturing asnst becamse as. Artintic Phstographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
sistant editor; of Sclheim's Lexicon
and correspondent for the Kolnischse IHOTfL UNVCHTES
Z.eitunsg. With te encouragemsemit Lowy ,
of his friend, the eninent historian e hC ie
Siebel, tse began thse stusdy of our TUTTLE'S
government and history, sehichs re- 1 48 S. STATE St.
stulted in his great work on the cons-____________________
stitutional developmient of time Uni- ATf~ DFlJC
ted States. uN US N1~
After ive }ears resiteence sit this
country, von I-holst receivesi a call as Ethic STItti ori
professor of history to thse iUniv-ersily
of Strasburg. In s174 lie seas called HOLIDAY BOOKS
to the University of Freiburg as fulli AND FANCY GOOD
professor of history, a position lie
occupied when invitedh to undertake
the work in Chicago. BABULOU$:;; 13DU~TII.
In x878-9 von Hloist was delegat-
ed by the Prussian, Acadensy of PimIi~is ro.
Sciences to make further historical W A H R '
investigations in time Uisited States.
On this occasion he was enabled to UVIVER SITY BOOK STOR1 E
visit the states beyond the Missis-
sippi for the first time. -AND-
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