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October 13, 1893 - Image 1

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Voi.. IV.-No. 12.



The Inaugural Test of the Long
Distance Telephone in Ann
Arbor a Success.
Yesterday afternoon a number of
professors and newspaper represen-
tatives were present at the inaugur-
:ation of the long distance telephone
in Ann Arbor. Among those pres-
ent, besides the representatives of
the Argus, Register, Courier, U. of
M. Daily and Times, were Pres.
Angell, Sec'y Wade, Major Soule
and Prof. Carhart.
The test was a most satisfactory
one, as the conversation, over a
thousand miles of wire, was more
distinct than in the local service.
Conversation was had with New
York, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit
and Port Huron. One newspaper
oan was confronted with the fol-
lowing question: "Have you even
talked with NewV Yawk befoah,"
and being unfanilliar with Yankee
dialect, was taken somewhat by sur-
prise, much to the gratification of
all present.
Wisconsin Wiin'.
The question of another joint
debate between the University of
Michigan and the University of
Wisconsin is again being consid-
ered at the former institution. The
debate last year was not as success-
ful as was expected owing to a dis-
agreement in conditions under which
the debate was to take place. The
literary societies of the University
should consider the matter of a de-
bate this year, and if it is thought
desirable to have such a debate, the
conditions should be arranged in
accordance with the wishes of both
sides as far as possible. -Daily
That Sophomore Election.
There has been trouble in the
camps of '96. One of its warriors,
who, but shortly, smoked the pipe
of peace in the retirement of his
teppee, has put on war paint, and is
now a decidedly "bad injun." It
appears that the cause of the trouble
was an article in one of Detroit's
evening papers, which stated that a
certain prominent member of '96
was an ardent candidate for class
president. Now, when it is known
that the man who occupies this

chair has generally the honor thrust
upon him and that it is the custom
to make the unfortunate both "pres-
ident and his vice," the liumor of
the situation may be appreciated.
The man who wrote the article, one
of the best known correspondents in
college, is in hiding, and the "can-
didate" was down town last night
whooping things up in a lively man-
I ner. At last reports, he was track-
ing the correspondent to his lair.
The Inland League.
;The opening entertainment of the
Inland League will be given at the
Church of Christ, on Monday even-
ing at S o'clock p. us. Prof. H. L.
Willett, A. t., will deliver his cel-
ebrated lecture on Savonarola, and
Miss Alice Bailey, of the Univer-
sity School of Music will sing sev-
eral beautiful solos. Prof. A. A.
Stanley will play the accompani-
ments. 'his is a good opportunity
to hear a good lecture and listen to
some sweet music at a sery low
price. The admission at the door
is ten cents. Season tickets ad-
isitting to the entire course of 20
evening are on sale at various places
in town at S :00.
Junior Laws Meet.
The junior laws met immnediately
after the quiz yesterday and tran-
sacted some important business.
After the minutes of the previous
meeting had been read and approved,
the report of the committee on con-
stitution and by-lass was read.
This committee submitted the con-
stitution, handed down from year to
year by the preceeding class which
was unanimously adopted. A com-
mittee of three was next appointed
to select a class motto and colors.
After some little debate on parlia-
mentry rules, it was decided to hold
an election for the chosing of class
officers, four weeks from next Satur-
day, at 9 o'clock.
Courtney Wil Remain.
The $s,200 necessary to retain
Trainer Courtney, at Cornell, will
probably be secured, $936 having
been obtained day before yesterday.
If Courtney stays, a launch will
probably be purchased by the navy,
like those Harvard and Yale have.

Prospects are the Most Flattering
for a Successful Year.-
Good Team Work.
C. M. Johanson, coach at Cor-
nell, gives the Cornell Sun the fol-
lowing review of football prospects
in that college. He says that, con-
sidering the men they have lost, the
promise of success this year is very

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Captain Barr, who plays ri'lsht -4,-NOT 1ICE
tackle, is playing, as usual the .w'e are here to stay. we are prepared tr
2 9 > > ive aclass of work to the trade of this city
strong, steady game which his phs- inequaled by any other house ever located
here and not exielled by any City Tailor ii
ique and endurance would warrant Amerira nod i tiprics govrn diby-iodso-
deresd.Sits ii-sii SilOss (thirty diiiiolar t ln l
one in expecting. At full-back price deired. Fine Cutom'a'ilori g by
Younsg. who is a strong tackles ansi ~ .\l
ointerferer, is playing w ell. C urtis, o. AN X S Ta REET
as of old, is playing well at end,
while Daley, who is gritty and will-
ing, is the best man at the end.
Warner, at left guard, Johanson
predicts, will compare favorably
with any guard of the season. Al- Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
though he at tisies needs stirrin -
up, lie always proves himself a ter- HOT TUNCHES
ror to the opposin rush line.
Mason and Bachman have about Lowney'S (hocolates
even chances at quarter.
Robbins, the last of the old ien, 4 48 S. STATE St.
will do well at maintaining the rep-
utation at half that Osgood gained FIRST N ATIONAL BANK
at Cornell; and freeborn, a new o , ANN ARBOR.
man, although poor at interference, Capitai, $500. Surplus snd Profits, 505.,
stands best chance for the other 'Transiats a generalbanking bnsiiiess. For-
eign exihange bought and sold. betters of
half, credit procured for traiveiers abroad.
P. BACH, Pres. S. w. C.ARKSON, Cashier.
hall, at tackle, bids fair to be
one of the best men in the line, and GRANGER'S -
will hold his own with the star tack- GLASSES IN DANCING wll eeus
ler of the best teams. At right fGloesteiiei, .5teruay usrninns 1
a and Thuissii'v eiiig ts :30;adie-s, Saturday
guard Krantz, although a new Aitirnuns 4. Ladies andG Intiemes, ai-
yessed class, I'iesiav evenings 8. Ground
comer, gives promise of a very suc- fl'. Msiiiyn srs-let. Tuition. one term
(elve weeks> $5. Pupils received at any
cessf t career.time.
Center rush is the position which STU DEN TS"I
is now causing great perplexity.

Unless Wagner, last year's center,
returns, Gallagher will probably get
the place, though altogether too
Women's League.
The first regular meeting of the
Women's League will be held in the
chapel, Saturday, Oct. 14, at half
past three. President Angell and
Mrs. Prof. Thomas will speak.
Every college girl, of whatever de-
partment, is cordially invited to be
present at the meeting. A short in-
formal social wilt follow the ad-

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