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Voc. [V--No. lOb. UMYERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBIIUAIIY 2~, 1894. PRICE, ThREE CENTS.

Vol- [V.--No. 100*.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2S, 189-f.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

RENOWNED AS ORATORS "Shall Suffrage be Restrained?'
was treated by Mr. J. N. Dasis in a
The Junior Laws Make Their Debut
in Oratorical Contests at masterly wayT, not refering to e\-
the 0. uf M. tending tbe rigbt to women, but
--r discussed the questioan as to whether
A1 aleiili-sized bat veryi ster- inoirant foreigners should svote, aisu
Asedand riithusiastic tiaudience l1s-orged tii qualification (of reacting l
teet i lt the juiorli las t olestaints oui constitultion. Not readling it inl
inCe a lt Cure roomrilast 1nillt.some foreigin language, hiut in
hr. 1. E. lRos cli tans, the first fish. il t. liiiis' 5voi(c; 5was 1 leiir
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'95 TO THE FRONT.
The Junior Lits will give a Social
at Gransger's Hall, Fridav
Nfight.
lilt junior lit class has faileu into
line and still. gist a social F~ridlay
night ini Gran,,er's Ilail. Althciugh
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{hasebcallaniataes still tiagiii prac-
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eels will be as follos:1suit",s tllil (i)-llnttIsillIl Slip--
uniday, M'larch 4, at 9:15 a. Mn.,
ate terissus of Missions; ' llis
unday, March 5,at 5p. 22., a-ouiirt inviteto <is'i sac ad5ri-s
'he Gospel for all Nations,
esday, Msarchi 6, at 5P. m., "The
slionary tdea lta the New Testa- 9
as;"WdedyMrc ,a A LL ., "The ilistory of Missions;" UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
irsday, March 8, at 5 p. in.,
he Success of Missions" STATE STREET, AnN ARBnOtR.

J. h1. tOxtoby, the niext speaker, Williamls, first base and captain;
chose for his subject, "Internationlal Orms, second bane; Lyman, short
.arbitration.'' it pointed out the stop; and Spooner, riglht field, are
beiiefits of arbitration anssaving left. The schedule will be the best
mioney, blood anud time, and that ever arranged for a Wisconsin base.
difficulties should be tettled by rea- ball team, and wsill include nine
son not by force. lhome games and two trips.

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