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VOL. IV.-No. 63.



THE '96 ORACLE. count of a football game between IN SPITE OF THE ELEMENTS. To ie
On Sale Monday, - Full of Illus-
trations, Literary Matter cuts illustrating Davis tackling The Glee and Banjo Clubs Give their
and GrInds. Concert to a Large Num- Wei ha v 'soae line lar pencils and
Bourland, Prety's Run, etc. ber of Students. .iconvnii Ilrstrii ease to ive ariay
All in all, the book is sure to be toill ay oile who wi all 111for tlieni.
The Oracle will be ready to go 01oenitt e yu ~c n i-
a success. The fine color work on Notwithstanding the weather a We whnt to see yoni ae nn gv:
sale next Monday morning, te thecvrwudmk abo fy lrlavl seoIss.lla.
ale date that it has evern the cover would make a book of fair crowd was present in University
curliest dttatthseerbeen is-..
much less attractive interior sell. Hall last evening to listen to the
sued Fro frot t bac it s aGlee and Blanjo club. 'lhcir first
work of art and it will sell at sight. Eastern Glee Clubs' Trip. GGenrl Musie nealer,
The advance sheets teforeis show wnumber " Yellow and e " is al-
hete s he Yale Glee club will sing in ways welcome. This was followed __________ a_____ .
it to be up to the tirnes in everythfolwnacsnteiCrs-
Stthe folowig places on tseir Christ- by the teau Ideal ltarch by Sousa
way. istas trip: l'hiladelphia, Dec. a, at by the banjo club, wich is their g
Among ithe literary work is at en-
the Academy of Music; l'ittsburg, favorite piece. As an encore to
tertainin" article hr .\iss leannette
arlbM a tte ec. 22, Carnegie Hall; Cincinnati, "The Love Struck Hearing" was
1Clsvetlentileh. 'I ipyofT Dec. 25, Odeon Hall; St. Louis, rendered, ''Seated One Day at the
Character Skeh.'Aae f w
Dec. 26, Entertainment Hall; St. Organ." "The Midway Plaisance"
flats"'is a charming story by M~issJoseph, Dec. 27, Crawford 's Opera by tr. Briscoe, sung by Mr. Miner
Mabel Colton and it is fully illustrat-by r.BicesugyM.Mnr
House; Omaha, Dec. 2S, loyd's and club was the hit of the evening '
edl by Miss Helen LI.. Randall. "I Thare ina is'c.zI
vii eclsspom by Miss helen .Randheatre; Minneapols, Dec. 29, ly- and the keen humor and satire of whey you e I.uletrotauhitaiStyles
Slept,"tecaspem yMs +ouath~ts~erpuasye
ceum Theatre; St. Paul, Dec. 30, the piece were appreciated. This or, $,4 or $5 Shoes at o to- Si a pair less
Grace Collins and"The Contadina," than Anni Arlbor prices send for ca'taloliue to
G raaColnsandoem eContadbna People's church; Milwaukee, Jan. 2, piece is now in print and all indica- Aiba" eesl t I
rm myF.P.DanielsStadt 'heatre; Chicago, Jan. 3, tions point to a ready sale. To this
Central Music Hall; Detroit, jai. 4, the club responded with "Tse Seal- a g
vorthy more than passing mention. Strassburg's Hall; Cleveland, Jan. skin Pants." After the "Queen of 101. 183-185 as ooioswm AsE.,
We cannot give space to mention the 5, Association Hall. the Sea Waltz " by the banjo club HETRoIt, - - MICIIGAN.
beight things fronathe pens of Eel- The Princeton Glee, Banjo and caue tse chair drill by the glee
lo-o Ewino Cutcheon, Deitz and . --J U ST -
og gs E n Mandolin clubs will give concerts at club which won continued applause. Received. 400lbs.of Fine Chsnolase
others. atmr e.T} t h yemBn:os
' lsualtimore, Der. 19, at the lyceum Tse adience at this point alp-
The illustrations are particularly Theatre: Washington Dec. 2o0,ilet- - e" "ill tunecone of the t r esf c. ndys<les
fine and are more numerous than ever zerott Music Hall; RichmondDec.c plauded hoping tsat tie club wotuld h onms ei io is
before. Nine full page lialf-tones,in- give the hat drill, but as it had been ian;3iiv Is lehirishtl.niart v ' or hcity.
liitag 21, Mozart Academy of Music; At- given each year for sometime back R. E. Jolly & Co., 26 S. State St.
the gatittipagdito anta, 1ec. 22, arritta Street it was thought best to omit it. Of
I'. MlrSouthithe barn of Editors by Theatre; Mobile Dec. 2, ,Mobile s,
Luten, the composit, "Dupy," the I' the solos accompained by club, M1r.
Theater; New Orleans, Dec. 25,'ratt's soig sas wehl gisen and il
Prz 'Cp te9 'Ge Cu, Iot French Opera House; Vicksburg,"w a
ball and baseball teams, Cetc., there response theclub gave Tw -
Dec. 26, Vicksburg Opera House;
are also severi full pageline-etchings Menais Dec. 27, Auditorium rionettes.
and a number of smaller ones, mak- the following number written es-
and aNashville, Dec. a, Theatre Ven- specially for the banjo club was Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
ing thirty-eight in all. dome; Cincinnati, Dec. 29, Odeon; perhaps the general favorite and in
The editorials are breilbeing coi- Cleveland, Dec. ,;o, Y. M. C. A. addition to this was given "The HOT L1UNCHES
fined to a single page, a decided imi Sall; huffalo, Jan., rt
Hallc;ii Boutefodflaaolsrig-Jan. I, Concert Hull; Coon's Picnic." 'Words of hiighcst Lwe'sqoolt
provemnent on the old plan of string- Pittsburg, Jan. Carnegie Music L'wseygv rso ihstes,
ing them out over five or six pages. Hall praise must be given to Mr. Spitzdey
The social and athletic interest of the T and club for their rendition of "On TUTTLE'S
I'The Glee clubs from Harvard, Guard." The songwtiscr- 4 T T S
class are given due attention. iYgale and Princeton will sing atG ' g t48 5. STATE S.
But of greatest interest are thei >ite sendoes, its strong and soft ueas-
8 ttsburg and Cleveland; Harvard urswr arfl vn- Tefl
grinds, and to them fifty-two pages Harvard and Yale at PhiladelphiaygR
ace devoted. "ave any o us and Princeton at Baltimore, Wash- Snsidt written by Mr. lriscoe seem-
escaped ? 's ths question beard on ington and Buffalo; and lrinceton ed to please all. This was the first ENTERE SadoF
every side. Judging from the num- and Yale at Cincinnati. t .
ber of these "personal notices"very time it has been given by Mr. Mead HOLIDAY BOOKS
few have. Among the lengthygrinds, The course in Naval Architecture having been written since last week.
Thefial umersb he anAND FANCY GOODS
the one on "The Stone" is not only offered in the mechanical engineer- The final nunbers by the Banjo
a well written poem but well calcu- ing course by Prof. Cooley is very and Glee clubs were the "Mardi -AT-
lated to stir up memories of that well attended this semester. The Gras Patrol " and "Ann Arbor," PABUL
eventful "rush!" It brings to light U. of M. was the first university when the banjo men came in with
the names of many whom the Faculty outside of the Naval Academy to the glee club and after th song roim PtbJiiers Prices.
have long been trying to identify. offer this course, and is now, with gave the U. of M. yell. The con-
"Oh, What a Night!" is a farce set- the single exception of Cornell, the cert, on the whole, was very good
Ling forth the thrilling adventure of only university having it in its cur- considering that some of the mem-
an orator. The characters are well riculum. The ship-yards at Detroit bers of both clubts have been very UNIVERSITYBOOKSTORE
known upon the campus. The afford a field for much practical recently confined to their rooms by -aN-
Faculty is ground in an exciting ac- work. sickness. lOWN TOwN, MAIN STREET.


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