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VOL. IV.-\{o. 19.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1894. IETRECTS

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

HE TALKED OF MONEY. wedge which is to accomplish that THE DRAWING PARTY To
basis. Given by the Sophomore Class Vet- Q.
Prof. Taylor Discusses Some Re-,
cent Phases of the Monetary Is silver, wheat, etc., falling or is ed a Great Success.-They
Make Money. We hae somefine lcl pee'i
System in the United States. gold rising? Gold is cot rising if weeeit iigra
I dge by waoes. The most reliable 'Aithoughs not alacgecrowd esere to 11)y e cc iti 'all tor
Prf.F NI. T'aylor last evening 1 set of repcorts the census departmen present, the "Sopiss' had the~ir iWe waset is see yousr lar as(
disc ilsi ''Some Recent IPbases of tvr put forth shosws that car penters usual ccnjcyable time last night at you a chance 1a see ear sitoc.
the Monetary Systeni in the 1. nited in 1840 rcceived on an average for ?Neswberry hall. The commsittec on?
States."lise trcatnment of tisis coit- ten hours'swork f-0 in i86o, artrangemoents seemed to uniter -
1)111 te subject ss'as clear and un- Si 00 candin in 891 s 'a ,o.Judgedstascl the disposition of the aver- d ~ti.i 'Its iiit
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raycdsire.iii6scMuay ia si ste.Oc t ellster
Gymnasium Suits,
Sweaters,
PORTING ~GOOPS
Of Every Desesiptions at
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.

caus'ed the beginning of lice present
panic. Everybody swished to he
prepcaredl for the consing earthqluake,
and so money disappeared as by'
nmagic, simoply frons lack of confi-
dence in the government's ability to
redeem, and hence in the security of
bcanks. The bond issue to increase
lice reserve will avail little, for every
nian has the right to exchange at the
treasury any amount of other nconey
for gold.
Congressman Bland admitted re-
cently in debate that he did not ex-
pect under free coinage a parity tol
be maintained between gold and sil-
ver. This means the silver basis.
Hfis bill to increase the amount of
silver money by coining the seign-
forage is but the thin edge of the

President Eliot, swherein ihe ro-
loses several swveeping chcanges in
itntercollegiate contests. They are:
c. That no fresbhsan be allowed
to participate in any inter-cllegiate
event.
2. That no one be allowed to
conmpete more than one year in any
line of inter-collegiate athletics.
3. That inter-collegiate contests
take place only once in two years.
Trhe report has aroused great ex-
citement and indignation at Harvard
and there is talk of a mass meeting'
to protest against it. Outside of
Harvard, however, it will arouse
nothing hut comment, for the pro-
posed 'changes are too radical and
unreasonable to be considered very
much.

Webster Program
Tlse Wiebster program for tomtor-
ros eveening will be as followtsc
Mfiusic, Miss Volland; declamation,
'W'. P. Harvey; essay, A. P. Burr;
oration, H. H. Parson; society pa-
per, M. L. Claswson; msusic, Miss
V olland; debate, " Resolved that
the Prison Refornm should be con-
tinued," adf. F. E. Chantherlin, J.
P. Mahoe, negative, G. J. Arbiter,
J. L. Deck; informal discussion, NV.
J. Landmsan, H. M. Porter.
The question to be debated by
Minnesota and Iowa universities is,
"Resolved, that International Bi-
metalism is Correct in Theory and
capable of being applied in Prac-
tice. Minnesota has the affirmative.

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