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March 02, 1894 - Image 1

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IV.l'.--No. 10.
The Long Looked For Debate, Be-
tween Members of the So.
cieties. Tonight.

society, connected with the Univer- MUSIC, SWEET MUSIC.
sity, can boast of so long ais exist- The Concert Given by the Faculty
ence. Oni its membership roll arei of the School of Music Enjoyed
to be found the naises of mten1now by a Large Audience.

--I prominentiii all thse priifessioins.
The imen frons Nortliwesterii, whio Its alumni, scattered over the tin-
svill be here on .\pril 6th to contest ion, are eingaged in all the occupa-
in Ite iter-collegiate sdebate, are lions that college-bredlrsein and
Messrs. Henley, Camipbell and woomen etler.
SGoshes. 'Tso of these nien are lit- In comoiemsoratio ci its birth,
eras,, students, and one is a last. uit as a fit tribute to its last, the
M1r. (Goshien represented his univer- society still girt a speciail annivier-
sits aS use Union League Clotsimeet - sary prograin. Thics till he called
Sns- i n Chiirago, liebrisar y 22. EAll a jubilee, and still be a siuilee is
three of tlest getltenar re- ;eery respec t. The commiaittee liar-
isused to be excellent studeisis. lognt the iiatter in charge has bieeia
T'hey' ssere' rhosens soiciemse ago, diligentlylit stork, aiid has sitS with
anid hate iben sworkinigiupon the ilecided success, It has seciireiltiwo
alestiousfoir several wteeks. of Slit oltd members, Professors
The ststdent body at Northwvesterin Demmsn and Scott, wsdo still de-
i.s taking a great dleal of interest in scribe the Uiniversity and the society
the afair, and list in list hope of of former years.
seeinsg their meis on top. 'ithe t. A fine iausical programi las been
of Mi. osen still iiave150 east task to atrranged icr the occasiois. A gen-
in atlids year. era! intitatioin is exteindesd to Slit
Slit contest toiiighststill tiecide tUniversity ptublic.
slao aire toreplrest ousrIUnisversity--"+
agaisnst these situ, and it certainly Pennsylvania's Athsletic pules.
s)ets ll es cry tile Micirga m aze 11 11 'h'i I'iversity rif 1 slii islauis
tlessdlbit Iis iiressee sbthi hitshataidopstesd sew athiletisc 'il.es stsIi
misacIial iiimorail sisd. Admsissioni! ire aa radical assidiimucti alter t5 ode
zwenvu iseits. sitfltioste sdoptedl at liar s l
:besiudes lte suIa1stirict riil tssi
Junior Commrittnts,.

A large auieince gathered ini
Friee Memoorial Ifall last night to
listeii to one of the best concertsj
giveis thus far by the School of
;Music. 'These concerts are desert-
edily becomiisg very-isopaular froisi
the excellence of the music ren-
iered. The programi arrangedI for
Sth ronterS last iiightwsatfciahigh
grade but not too classical. usnsit-
velopsing a taste for classical isissic
Sliest conrerts areStheisest possile
'Theatentire Iprogramalsateltlhrena-
detredl so that 150 criticism could be
madie, bitt aniong Slit selecticis
sthichs haild -te dosS noticeable
effect upoii Ste audience ws
"The Hungarian Dance,'' by AMr.
Zeitz, "Tist Polonaise" by Mr.
Sciiusaa,the "'Gatottaind Miusette"
(for titopiaunos) hr- Miss London
anti Mr. Schmoaal.
Miss unites sotoseI cgoodi graces
isf listaudience tsr her nong wicihl
tslt rendsered at ite. best, eititlls
cII assnesstilShiiedss Tea r."
t Fs'-.. 'nns ot Colleges.

ToGive -. m~
,F i'5viiiiits-iIilcs t.iilutaway
t 55 tll ' a us ho snill(-all for them.
it t to nsee you'aet i ndts ie
yta hice t ee I tni'sAO.
!rh51 Southsitltain St.
Wheii yoiuiwantitesatstMt'iposltitnSyles
sft $4or $6 Sloeetsat-in to I a polr less
thanl Ann Arborprices, send Isor Ctdcisse Sn
101.IS-18 Wotrais, Au .
T)st- tflsat s-sa sir 15 . fl'fdN .


I ll ssris.5rcsaperCns havtie
rl Itir ttejuiorlitclass
c nu-t: ir5fis. I-.. C. IDniitet,

cri-Ctslie(iat cotiessts Ns
lionsa file stll:lefits, tati
17'-.lr''t till' sswhis fsl

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Mlrts.' . I eiionlddttl s «' c , it atts.,'.; i svic sire 11not: 'i l te at trisistituitiosso lesrisiin ,, t"l.11 5' E :Ii-0 I
t1 . :1,nias. I iiit' odr wsilo liati compeitedtl isa aae s ilrtta t " k'', s 4S S. Stith'.St.
'i'Thosess1litttes arc as follows: I- f Is otsaoler colleesO, until alter ai S'sat seasrly every college clan i15in1 Taughi t nt a~i ul e te -tWorlt a.
cepstioun, WiI. Sistlet ir., iss'rsisleisce of ont e sir. aad'tritilasenssheiucttd by chri tsy:ea esim
1_).:t.I unstler, Blttle W.thounatctsoin 50ottteshllrtiprtest Plensissl- I cAi:tuli csn'i- .c \ I fEZ (__ )X FOr tI)
anisl ;'it isPlst.,aadh Mess . 11). 1 va ii athltics formorellis iasi hosts titt l 1\Q t" 5 ii , P111silli '5 Iiuit ,):t;0ii ofet Isis'
t', ;imiti ii of 1'.ofN . iilli.
)~ stlld2(, ,l. it, S-silt and J. if.It ari5 ssindevertoiet nrtict atwoIt il lc t. -. 1 cuaaen c f Ayin Arbor.
fesics 12 5 ?sM"r t SI*te?.s sill i t ,as ts ilil ad , .. li s t
MtlIo rall )' eIs us e s 1 ir slatlestit. uC ' co tt stti t r et a ! ! '' 1 }-O i iii .v 11itrl r' .t n i~.
' l, IM st . ililti', ,.lii
is{:()s°', thr, Xi tics V amr, rihiete Itf istysical dliii is, A il d , ii rI t
asas I'. IHaruley, andth sss. . 'C 0 o tuilentstalii~llIa liii ii Itt liTars ardi , ~o; , _ r a-
S-iiaultuing and 1I1. S1ith.l st it -thantontaue Sallsiuna sits ,'tetolitge XWilliamus, z,2LO i
IihiC. 'Wt et, clii I Mits ear, iwithiosut special Ip'rmisions, N ,\rtbtsr. oo noI, 00
Psurdun, A. 'Fbcipson, N. ias tilanils'upervisin afihirs otemt Prsicietonl, 2,0 100o
aldII ' 0 ' t us f Cornehi,-. I21 ,
tad olland, susl fMessrs.j i1.pratttiic isi'eto teSlu i fthIle Cohlusmbia, 1400 3 0 IBASE BALL G OD
AIVestcott, X'. Wikins, E. C. incley, thdfferteit departmoenuts. Lafayette, 6o 2,0g
L'. hi. \Villit, C. II. Coinradh and L. - - -,_. __ ." . ' hrosto s-it 2,630
. tle.Anmericanized Delsat-te. Wisconsin, 400 2a800o Stits aid Q'islf tilStip-
A large numsber (of tickets hatt 'Fist class in Ae 1caizd he- lkpoet, 9 ihllies.
been sold and everythingiohints So ,srte, which meets at the School of A uos hw htC .Re
50 ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ (t~fe ui nI3 o A tpysosta .P ed Yiiaset invtitidit 5' ti 10 se t S 1 its:
enjoabl j aturay romone of the candidates for the WVes- I
- '"-1230, is going on vigorously'. It is letyan baseball eam, died fronmlt
A Jubilee Program. teeeigcaso od n
th vnn laso ~odyan rupture of a blood vessel at ltst base ja m9
'This wetek Alpha No offers an ex- Thursday at p p. n., wehichs lis of She brain. The rupture was
ceptionally interesting prograrns. been stopped because 'Mrs. Merry caused by a sudden jerk of She head
T'his literary society has had an ex- considered twenty-one classes quite awhile in the act of pitching in the U NIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
istence of fifty years. No similar enough, cage last Saturday. STATE STREET, ANNA ANBOIS.


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