VOL. IV.--NO. 7 4.
1Vot.P/-No 74. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUAR~Y 16, 1894.
THE SENIOR LAW ANNUAL. of subjects which the names signi-
W ill be Published by the Class of fy : General literature, Messrs. Sinsis
Ninety-Four-To be Called and Denisos; drawings and engrav-
To-wit." ings, Messrs. Wollman, Walters and
"or sone icmae the matter of a taller; college orgasizations,Mlessrs.
sensor annual for the law depart- Park and Batavia; record committee,
wient has been agitateil, which has Messrs. Blabst andI Walters; frater-
at last bomne fruit. At mseetings of oily committee, Messrs. Kuhn and
the earnest projectors of the annual park. The faculty advisory board
held Saturday anit yesterday, it was consists of P'rofs. Knowelton, Nlccl-
dtecitedt to puiblish the annunal anitetrn ani T hompson.
snake it thoroughily rep~resentative A Popular Man Chosen,
ofth lw leacinns The following letter from te
'The name under which this newly-;UnoTegeC bof hia ,ex
horn annual sriliiajpjear is extremiely planitslaf: libo Ci a c x
legal iii its stay and w ill ajppeal to Janurary it, 1189-1
every loyal tolloswer of ktlackstone, twlrc'ttl Ac1,1y(11 ll, laite cci(,r ti(Mihi-
hein g simuply 't'o-%lt.''sin
'The contents still be confined to MtYhi-ia is Doct naAt each reenr-
subjects of interest to lasw students, till"22nd 1of Februirtithe tUnilon
wtithi illustrations suitable to she sub- League Club atf Chicago intthie hiote of
stimuiltintg the youth to tlli enrnest
jects whlichs it treats. H all-tune patriotismi, conduts isserii's otftseet-
cuts of the fasculty, lasv huilding andings thiroghoit the city 'it elesvsi
numerous line idrawvings ivill help io'cluckintt e fli raenoto hich ttithe
nake te hook a sworthty procductions schooul eldreni betsween the iages of
fromisthe stanid-point cit illutstrations. tesn andteightteeiniteas,.tre inviteid.
It is perhiapis early, as yet, to an- As at part it the exerises, itt address
of i pitattccliiirictesrtntto ex\teed
noance the literary matter which tssietty minuttes itt length, is idelivreei.
still land its svay into the wuorkc, bit Th'is',assigtnettfosrh) m he
te following will gice a general ye-irs his beeti ltadte tio iseniotr itf
tdea of ''Tl-\V-iti: ' H~istory of tLasvw slsim c liktoss tiethictituainti-
l~ejiartieiit, Class History, Las ttiontanidliiit is the is ih sofithliiPoiti-
cit Actitini toniinittee hliicha iir<e
Class Sonug, Sketchltof Practice illtese uteetin'~stha t the I ir ills tif
Court, lPrizearticle ocrn ''To-Wit,"' auur m vesity selecit a selitlior t e-
le-Iyconsidlerecd; Sketch of Prot-I It ccc cne of these adidcesses it the
tensors; Itntividutal biograpthical rec- omngcelefiruitiosi.
ordis of each miensher of the itlsss andh Theli ionitt League Clibstill idefray
till cithits exptenses,.acitt sill be tpleasedt
more initeresting tealtres lnt yet ti entertain hits fromt Wedniesdtay, the
ready for anntounceament. 21st, ositil Friiiay, the 'crl.
In a short tice printerd rjuestion Alt early answtier is reqjuestedl,swithi
sluipstwill be fusrnishedt to earls i the tiase of ste young muiltnielect.
Very truly yricrs,
tier of the senior class to obtain 'li O U 'TIi'ict L Ac-iox Cot i 'cciii
udata for ste mtost linterestinig featuret ovii 1114'LTCiNIONst ia(W CitUi,
ot 'CTo-Wis2, ' namely thme iecords l'' ey eo- Ii.'rizur
of indlividuial memtbers of Steclass. MNr. WI. W. -Welettierer, of she
W~atchlfofu rther antnousncemenits oftt senior class ofitshe liserary dejpart-
'''l'o-giten it sill pay yru.s'tltis eat, has bieem given thme high coat-
iillscers andctcittorialIboard re asw jlisient sif rejpresenting this tU-
versity at the Chicago celebtratiosn
follosa: this year.
The Prentice Court to be Opened
Next Week for the Hearting
PRIsCE, THREE CENTS.
To Give Aufa~q
a nein timn aet iea a
in no dtepartmenit steCUnicer- l t ilfy' tilt'whot till rail for'theill.
We nul tft eiore faltceiilan~tgl-
shty of M1iebjean Iihas there been itielte ose 11tck
greater improvement matte in she
last fete tears than in she law tde- TZ Q' Noz'
liarsasens. The earnest efforts of (C,,rttiitn ictitetitr'.
the faculty to establish a gotod school tet a'S.
sate been susccessful, anti today it ________________________
stands wtithouitt a peer in America.
'The weh kitoswis judge UMchill, of
Creston,loiva, whlo sscceedledl jedge
Cooley as chasirmntocf te Interstate
Cosusmerce Conmmissiotn, its advisiag
a friendc regarding a tcourse of legal
study said: ''Among the lass schools
of ste Uitied States that of te'
Uiversity ocitMirctigais startds astte Wet ccii wasit ciii'tne'sMcletitilittisStyles
illS . t ciof 1iuu) heu ustt 'iti$i ii pair ls
had'' li i ArboricestO',-seerfor ittiitltue to
'Tje class of '94 still liateaatvan-
sages never befort ofteredt lii adt- R
dition to atnest course of lectures, aF'vFmE& U 0
ste reading ot leadin r tiaes antI a tIS0. 3 n-ISan sititi N~,
thosrouigh system of qiinit a tPrac-DErs. - hlttlA.
sire Court lids ieesn introduredl. - J U ST-'F
'Ibhis still comsbine te thseory anid Received. 400 the. ef Fine Chocoltate
practice itt late, tntdisill enable sheBaBe-
studient to leave here alter gradusa- foritht'ret fth tis 5:1,111 It cNo i lo iuiil ill,
tion fuilly- cciiaircdlfort he ci ticasl '.itf-ilitt it>tiytcri tt tilt its
atpplicationi ofthlI.i R. E. Jolly & Go., 26 S. State St.
'lie coutrt swil1lite hield in riom 8,
rouorn,"' 'Prof. Muec-hetis jresitdinig.
Ajudige's bencs, clerk's desk, jury
hot ant Itss~ess standi hare beets
fixect iniuote esndtttfste room n d sc
suirroundiredt by a railiing, swhich gisves
it ste ajppearance of a regular cotirt
It is intendledto cplresettwos'
classes of cases. hirst,cases arisingu
stpon givens statemsetits cit fact pre-
piared aais signtedhby sthe faculty-,
tupotn shsich pleaditigs are to be
franmed andnshe causse condutcted to
an issue, seni it swill tie argued andc
dlisposedt of as a qjuestions of last sij-
Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HIURON ST.
'~48 5. STATE St.
litEeriy tescription at
Chas. A. Dienison, editor ha chief; Th~is is ani honuor well deservedt as on the facts admisitted. 'Tie secondt
Earl ID.hBabst; miantihng editor; Mc. IWeuesuuyec has beeni for thue class still cosnsist of cosntroversies'
(Iron t. cot, bssises nussaer;hit three years one of tile hostI arrangect andi assignetd for trial as
ii. . I'olmanant F.C. -han, s-earnstitndn enthusiastic studcenits of ° issues of tact. 'This coturse will its-
13 .Wlmnad .C un s ratory.toe
sistanit bussinuess mnnsgers; 1?..IW. Sinsilar letters weere receivedt last vov the entire conduct of an actual
Sinus, H4. C. IWaters, G.IAV. Fuller, year and year before fron t ht Cnion case froni itt beginnlingto5 a inal
C. A. P'arkand Euigeune 1atavia, League Chub. Mr. IV. C. Quarles I judgment in thse suspremse court.
editrs.Thepubicaionwhlh be in represented the University in i892 This wihl necessitate the issue of
charge of thte executive comnmittee,an1.1-.Ire i283 This tins come to be looked upon proper process, the preparation and
consisting of Chas. A. D~enison and by students of oratory as one of ste fiing of appropriate pleadings,
Oreoni Scott, ex-officio, and E. IW. coveted honors of ste University, the subpoenaing of the witnesses, the
Sims. and itsis to be hoped that the club impannetling of a jury, the examin-
will continue indefinitely their ex- ation and cross-examination of wit-
The following general cuomnmittees cellent plan of observing W~ashing- nseteagmnst h or
have been appointed to take charge ton's birthday. jceesthesguenttohthe court
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