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March 13, 1894 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.--No. 117.


THE HiSTORY OF SIN form a reference and circulating
A Very Interesting Lecture by Prof library free to everybody.
McClintock in the In- Anyone who wishes may either
land League" pay the price of a new book or give
The lecture last evening in the a book he now possesses, and have
inland League course by 1'rof. W Iis name placed in it as donor.
I). McClintock, of Chicago Lni- If you wish to aid this work,t
versity, on "The National History please speak to one of the following
of Sin as Typified in Macbeth,".was persons: Miss Lou E. L aTotrette, 97r
a philosophical study of the subject S. State: Miss Berta Sherrod, 28,
in question. Mr. McClintock is a S .lifth: . W. Parker, 26 Thomp-1
young usian and a clear and fluent son: N. I). Mereness, 22 We. Second;
speaker. MissJohannaNeumann,3 S.Fourth;o
He began his address b ldescrib-H liss ielle L. (Itis, 4 Mary: Meltin
ing in full the environnents of Mac- f.Porter, 25 Maynard.1

beth and showed how all the cir-
cumstances were conducive to his
conduct. The circumstances lire-
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Harvard Law School.


The Harvard Crimson says: "The

lisirary to Miacbeth s temptaion, numtber of students who entered
his character, situation and the the school in the past year was 22,
witches symbolical of fate were next being an increase of 52 over the
discussed. Macbeth is brave, am- number who entered in 189-'92,
bitious, cruel, of a practical temper, and greater by 51 than in any ire-
a politician, but not a keen philo- vious year, thus making an increase
sopher as Hamlet. The speaker of 63 in the number of new entries
traced very closely the origin of in two years. In the current year
the temptation and its development the number of new men to date
in Macbeth's mind until he yielded has dropped to 570, being less by
to the desire.40 tthan the number who had en-
The speaker depicted very vivid- tered at the corresponding date a
ly the condition of Macbeth's mind year ago.
as he is led ilt to the deed itself. The number of college graduates
:Macbeth trusts to fate, lie fears the twho entered the school in the year
circumstances, he has but a half- ,S2-'93 was 128, being less by 4
hearted determination to proceed. ttan ini 19-'92; but the number
At this point Lady Macbeth ap who entered.in the latter year was
pears. She is introduced to encour- greater by 25 than in any previous
age Macbeth, her function is to pre- year. The number of new entries
cipitate the deed. Macbeth has from the current year is 138, being
the ambition but lacks the determi- 16 more than at the corresponding
nation and this supplied by Lady date a year ago, and 37 more than
Macbeth, whose will is as strong as at the corresponding date in any
her ambition and who knows all his previous year.
weaknesses. It is in all cases those The number of Harvard gradu-
who know our weakness that most ates who entered the school in 5592-
easily make us sin. 9 was S, being less by a than in
After the deed is committed there iS9-g. The number entered in
are three roads which the criminal the present year is 53, being less by
may take-repentance, moral decay 4 than at the corresponding date a
or moral hardness. Macbeth takes year ago.
the latter and continues in crime to While therefore. the number of


So the Athletic Association Decided 'hoult by copy of
Last Night. -Other Rusi-
ness Transacted.
There will be an indoor meet.
M: e :i tgLew1 1. ci ie'.
That was decided at the neeting of isi ey-ons tranger.
the directors of the Athletic associ- T/ /10 x-.l lht2 snc' "Ait ieoter
ation last night. The track cons- silt: ( Ovi s:le c hftr leti
mittee was instructed to go ahead
and make the best arrangements
possible, also to decide upon the 't Sonth Main S-
date for the reet. The Waterman
gymnasium will be obtained to lold
it in if possible; if not, it will be
held in the opera house or rink.
Among other things brought up,
plans for the tennis interests were
discussed. The tennis committee
were instructed to inquire into the '
improvements necessary to be made when youwintthe late-tetropi tanvtyie
on the tennis courts. Back ietsof $4 i$o f 5 Soesa to i0'51 a pair i(,
sts tanAn Arb~or pr-ices send for Cattalotii t
will be supplied and the courts
themselves put in better shape for
use. I R , as is woow Av
The question of repairing the EoT - -s ICIIAi.
running track was then brought up
The psresseet repsurted t5ha t $So
from last year's S. L. A. surpites /
will be paid to the Athletic associa-
tion probably witlhin the next week.
This will be used toward the im-
provement of the Athletic field. Art st c Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
As to the indoor meet, Track flan-
ager Kenson wishes to have all the FRESH ASSORTMENT
men who can aid in makingg the pro-
gram interesting report to him at 0W
once. The program will be an-
nounced in a few days and will con- -S' iiCi; itit-
sist of boxing, wrestling, fencing,' TUTTLE'S, - 48 S. State St.
club-swinging, tumbling and, if pos- THE "WAVERLY WHEEL
sible, a few short sprints and seA-
eral specialties are now being ar- weiigt, ss 5 nd-witl ner o. SJ.
ranged for and the manager would tires-tor $85.00 i itsensatie i of the
b ld hf hTh otr. See aithewmndow or
be glad to hear of any ot ers. he
date will probably be April th. BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
Cinder Walks wiil be Leveled.
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The troublesome matter of th e I e e N
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secure himself until driven to bay
and slain.
Missionary Library.
As a practical outcome of the De-
troit convention, an effort is being
made in the churches and young
peoples' societies of the city to
secure a valuable missionary library.
The books will be placed in New-
berry hall under control of the Stu-
dent Volunteer band. They will

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Harvard graduates entering the
school has been gradually diminish-
ing during the last few years, the
number of graduates of other col-
leges entering the school has more
than doubled during the same period,
the number having raised from 1889-
9o to 85 in the current year.
The faculty of the University of
North Carolina have abolished the
engineering course.

cinder walk across te D ai nei on
the campus has been compromised.
The auditing committee decided
yesterday to have it spread out and
reduced to such a level as not to in-
terfere with baseball practice. 'This
disposes of the matter satisfactorily
for the present, but will not obviate
its coming up again next fall when
football practice begins.
James R. Garfield, a son of the
ex-President, is a candidate for the
position of alumni trustee of Wil-
liams college.

Suits and Gymnasium Sup-
You are invited to examine stuck and prices.

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