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March 17, 1894 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-17

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WON BY SADLER. an eloquent eiology on republicanII BASEBALL BENEFIT EVERY U. OF M. STUDENT
A Successful Oratorical Contest- government. The oration produced '- t'5 liiy 01oy o
B L , O i e W i s S e c'- a p o o n e ff e c t.' T h e G le e a n d B a n j o C lu b s ' C o n e r i% U o f M t
B.L .lve isprfndTonight-New Musto and ri
andPlae . S. Halaplian, '94} lit, gave New Songs.
It is a nmatter of deep regret that a carefully prepared oration 01otniytiI. utm
oraor dos otiirsvlageraui"Materialistic Civilization nt the Those whlo have been watchinglvm vIssCsvv
incs a a nsituiot sosib hs sdsIdeal Civilization.''Hits delivery the candidates for te baseial leantm /'jtlsiiai ~v as t/t
a reputation for oratory as the Lini- sas dranmatic and forcible but iis as tiey appear daiy for practice vt/eit" ii. f l t u f/f ttei/irchIt/.
verit ofMihian. 'rte nialtreatnment of tie subject was ot cannot but wish tiat we may have a' a
contest shoiuld bhe t great event of popular. tHe elogized aincient at stronger teani this year than ustal. II l
tieya si si saystsl ntie exipense of moiern cisiiation, The nen are haril at work and 51oth Man t.
Outttunsans scila cistst s anmd declared thiat the moderns were need every encouragement possible.
night's certailshouiscld have idraswn bult tioor inmitaors of tsent cets. Tlaitlie teamtisould go east anti
a.rottedi house,1 E- F. Hall, 'g1 lit, spoke on meet the strong nines of tat part
l~is errue uck ]esdet f lOar Social Insheritance." ' ie of the country i tieswisis of every
sitt i nsadsuhtraie ont esit s ls
heOratorical asociation,anniounlced ditvgraillatecI the s0115 tf Aieica Uiversity student.
tthe puripose of tile present contest 015 their ipoltical anid territrial in- Iinthiel behalf tiis eening
and sttd the lullesand ple' of the ieriance, but their sicial inhler- the University Glee and Bajo cibs
tai ance is an enslaved people. Self- wiii give a cocet in University hal. .I
l~eague contest, whicih is May 4, at ishness rather tian general iterestFothpatwo eksbhcls
Miadtsots. rules society bt tie experiences of 015' 1 ouiv Mtt Gtivs t St tI i tyes
J. N. havis, of tile junior lasw tiesorldl are preparinsg a neswera, iaebe tsoelanigns is i stiivtviA'onArbr stoScrdhit Islimiev o
ilass, spoke on the quiestion, "Shall tn wvhich educaion shall secure us pieces especially for the concert.
Suftagcbe Rstrcted" te 01.eui land free and united indleeud. Mr. The Glee club will sing some of
Hal has a pleasing iresence the songs that have been mentioned R.Hs *& C
a plea for a better methtod of ee- i and an excellent delivery. l heDtotohs atsve ha 0.18-I S5 N' wimnisvtticAl
tion asildeclaredth ie Australian J. i3. iBrooks ieal isththe °it 1nte D ilvo tislatwek oht-ETRIT, MC- -,
system inatletquate. The speaker de- migration Problem.''-Yr. Brooks are for tie first ime sung here. - 'Ai~ii53
tidted tile depravity tnd ignorance answeredlhis own qiesiiins and'ITe Banjoi club will do its best to
of a large class titat lolti political proposed a logical plan of etforce- sustaitn its sell deservet reputations
mtent of the present lawssasil lar- by rendeing several fine and nes
franciise, anid declared thelutter tical restrictions on a basis of char- slcin.Toeslobadtt
absurtity of tloiing foreigners 1o actr and intelligence. Hils de-secto.Thewohar te
'ole before tile)' cattsieak tile Lug- livery sas all that coult i'beisied. University Mandolins club last evel-
I. siYagtaeF . Sadler's stbet,"Mira- ing at the oratorical cotest cannotAritPstgaer 9.HUOS.
B.L.Olvr,'g aw -soe 111beau,'' woltd ordinarily isv consid- bitt feel tattey swili be sel repaid
Oie,'4tt'siveIneed an unortunae ote, but inthiis by attending the cocert. Every FRESH ASSORTMENT
-imhe Spirit tfiDentocracy."''h'lite.se tile oration mas suchitamnasti ly
subject mand treatmuent of the saute efort and the delivery was so easy oesiligt sittl tteu
were well calcutated 10oibe poular. andctso0 natrl, that thilsaiva n association should nake i a pont LIO0 VIZiY1 '}'r--h"
Ile briefly traced the grosvih of gov- tages of the sbject were entirely to be present. I .1,.i+t"oQQ-1Q,A0 1
forgotten. ----,-t----iscnt iii tri I-
erunent aisd showed that denmocracy . 1E. Chamberlaii'svproiuction Alha Nu Meeting. Tl'U'l"L'LI'S, - 48S S. State S,
has heels as constant in grosth as on "The Congress of Rleigions"
civilzation itself. Ancent repub- sas a msost finished anti eloquent A h tetno Al aN"lt HE "A EL J Wj~
is exist only in history becatse ttse yrationsobnetyIsisstaeternron wastweak
state sas viesed as the munit aisdlthe in comparison with his tougt. eaysey nthsis atternoon-waththree wi--tims rt.
Withs Sadler he was rankeil first oii o'clock, the folosing progranm will five -tirme 58500 itlesnatno h
iniiua a ntrconzd.Btthougit and composition. be rendered: Music; essay, E. 1E, moi. Se titiil indmi~vowt
thte old proverb of the instability of lHon. T. E. Barkwort, oine of Watson; impromptu speed, I. 1. BROW~NSD U S O E
republcans governent is today cc- he judges appointed on deivery,_Lpsonmusic;_ebate,_"_solved,_RUGSTORE
fatemd by thse examlie of Anmericum1sas unable to be presen, ardIis Lpo;nui;dbtieovd
Denscray i fonde upn place sas taken by Rev. C. iE. Per- Tlhat the fnconme lax Featuie of the
equality and~ eternal brotherhoodh of nmarhings of the judges are givens in af., Messrs. Reek and Hert; ieg.,
iian. The speaker concluded with the acconpanying table.Mes.RdikadTfny
_-_-- _-__ ---BASE BALL GOODS
lowl tate- 51Fsork- tom Me 'Varsity Ball ractice.
glti. ItS. 130mid
- , Captain Shields has ordered two Suits ad Gyonasitirn Sup-
© ° x a ukdld am. a r practice ganmes today, one at o and lies.
t E. E H S s. O, ~the other at a:o o'clock. For the
,alr I 5~5 game in the morning twenty-four yuTrinvitteto 5,Aamu sckmad pices
men were ordered out, twelve for
Oliver-.- .._9011594 miS96 a3 5: 985195 !340I 1; oat
each team. The one this afternoon
Hall ------ 8t 19 atlas 13 91 51) 1 36 s 15 A -I
Chamseraii - 551 51 1 tt 4 i lii t tf Itt scrub nine for which also twenty-
l)ais -i.s--- El5 m i 2 SE3 4 as s83 s90 415 4110 57
Birooks - 88______ a 64 6 62 5 16 t-1 489 6 74 rG 14 3 four men have been called out. UNIV/ERSITY BOOKSTORE
alaptisiau-----59 5 1 sE9e5 ; 15 ,95 sa6 70 6 Is El; Yesterday's practice brought out
Iover fifty men on the campus. STATE STREET AN ARBOR

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