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VOL. IV.-NO. 127.



AN ELOQUENT PURITAN. not been as yet definitely made oat WELCOME PALLADIUM. EEYU FM TDN
SnRv' usuu rvdt ei and the subjects of but a few lec- The Senior Annual Published bythe should buy aespyt o
His Lecture in the S. L. A. tures can therefore be given. .Prof. P raternities to be Put on Saleso
Course Last Night. Mce ilseko Rprs Tuesday M~orning.
..ereuato f e. usa sThseir tune and History''; lProf. As advance copy of I/se forth- Th iU! f
T tie Treputatioobabof oev. G11ssalcossingPalladium has been placed I~s i e ensH.Clemest.
alsvays assures Ihinsia good sized T1nissspobby1o 'Eul sselbyRss Granger.
audience andi last ight was no ex- Practice''; Prof. Kirschner prob- on osir desk for review. The edi-
ceptios to tihe rule. His striking ably', or. 'The Preparation of a tosaet ecnrtltdfr si/i( s. Psi e/c (f/e cc fuich 15//sf.
sietap/hors never failed to ps/ease and Suit for a TIrial. '' ticr jrofes tergo at n ugeti
Isi ssot sntncs, renat w/l /sors still lecture on subjects of in- arranging the contents anid the gun- ~
hisshot sntnce, pegantwit 1eral muake-upj of their aissual. It 51 South main St.
thoug/ht, smade tasting /smpressions. Ilterest to the practiscal lawyser. The ________________________
'l/espaeaygs . y rcigtl attenilance is voltuntary an~d /he usay be trusly saidl i/at s/se thnirty-
sniit of P'uritasnisnm fromi the tinse curse Will lie given at ight. Tfsesitvousefth Paaiinss
ise ' Nle'/ses sroeictielawlvou Sinai, i/te of the first lectisre still lie ass- ciiual to asny iif its predecessors. I
ilies s /e rsetpos/ unissssisced later. 'I/se coscer is gres'nseish.etisbosscul
-.t + -- jlet/erisng is go/l andl i/e desig'ssis
seas eloq/uentt us the great hours of A Firn Art Exiist.
Gr-eece; it braischsed focitsfrons very neait, ossly tewsordis "'I/e Pal-
/5a'sI se/en he stood iii Atiseiss; it Alfredl N ico/etti, of Rochester,laisn,''' '' //srli /c
il=ii(liyosTn, h'/e (Goldeis New York, is at Newlberry Isa/liith cover. fit size s/ic Palladiuisis i
'toei' ' iiisosnar1 s/snIeas itel/bttatseisir/sis xzinchse/snprinitedi on ex.tra heavyu ie i5 sl 5i .55 lsit'sll/as'yi
hc/l the conscicnce of the future atteni/on of tile studeists aisdi/se eniatselledl papier usaking a book of ihta;Ai Ates. tit,(,,ls'id-,5i5i5 I (ltilosccio
soil swrougist the swonder (If tthe geiseral /iubiic. The exls/hit con- oe iolusri igs
reforusation before Iutther had it- s/sins of casts, bass-reliefs, isedal- t'ypogcapisicasiy aisdi isec/sasica/ly
cccvi a word. In the civil sears of liouis, hissts anti vases, in repros/nc is o/ siefes nItlc/
ingianil, it shone forth brighter ioun of i/se most fanious classical gra7rdt)iunteRgitrlcsI , . J --inn cusiCIs Ale.
hsntegassIf'rssl'ssor.ansisi/ies nose existing. ing compa/ny, se/o sid tise wr.ta hseh la o rmel wordic. i EN1)/S ts t li~~tS t - 5eilt AN
Is still constinsue to s/ine; for it is Mr. Nicolctti has recess/s heens The cuts, sithstile ecepe/ioss of-'Si'1/.iliii/iiSriss
the assert/oil of i/se soul usi/ste ehibuitinig at i/se easteris colleges, one or tssoIsa/f-toniscs, are of i/se7
'~(sencecof reve'redl traditions. It Dartmnossii, 'sassasr, Amhrst,'sVale, best jisality andi several scensefrosisnj
insp/ireos nds 1(1 higher idess and ( tc, tail its lettlees of cii i issisa teCts/i5adgrityt /ci
y'es iout i/ic t/ought that-0 a 's ton frossmstsoe of theseisttti~ons. ices of i/se lion/.
resseri/satl,/snst/ittons. Thetork isiioif ssmoderni piocess /{kSiS is usual, i/sc / iii / i i i';i ~t t t,6. ,cffaE lt:,i c~
is i>ssehot s /nvrsr is /chai raseirizesi byc /sisce'./ itereSI roll s, organia/eioiuetec. , andiii
/ li)ste of Coosninons, he isaswis isbut :iilby sistinictnsess tofsasndi-cesig'I/in.c HAiORM-N
<4ehinsi;thi=- ' scitassiscaulit till;r k/ibiconis stsat/ue/s bu tet i /itiisic
i tse May/toser.f'uiritasismsig'sve mssde ups of/casts of 5/se works of fssyas 'i /cir/t i ~ VN5S
nii islbrihtrst lustre in our ia/e/Grc/ckil/il Domnais is/s i thatarcei eroirttaeifo /e sc+TIQ IA6
i'ls-t ,es/ Si lasicitl iliewfoundsrlisnly in (hre/grat n s eit in ecluid/ig aiiinss'or othe c ~:t o<t
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1111 li i/ n i (leI i/sat gis p ie isus-isidis arc, thse /oiilanvd etsii s/ ia/ r s) ct/ / , .J05 i ' (I)(,i i 'ctions f lli
se - that s I 'is f sect thelir oeigi owein ue Itr/t/is cia/is// eiorthy to beis lvi -P /y iIS~~ i i
's's'cisi/c ii/ a'/ps i i'ss { tie; U eusis Grec/ini wstir caiiries otlier enl/ege i//inial's.
Jeusrsi 5 le isc i sisl I cc ir asi/i/siriO rlie o~ /T/e /Pall'sci/ i/islvlise placed on STH HfD1~GHP~
it /5/us it I~ 111ditil li , P i/ias; Nigt a d )n/il iinsg, by sale ii/ h i li n a ls i/ofi i/h Ii itar
~s/e s Iii' sii /' c ouii -i/u Ihiorivalsen, and rsant- i/assi-al biiI/st I'tis/iy 0m0/1n/n5. '/Ise ~ J lji
s'uchi aiarb en s is' i/ste ;lose basss-re/ief's, isy .'si c Iiandssdisse n//ar.
n/sole meaningssof s shir/s itohiss i:Raphael, ansI mansy bsust's caiids/t- 'Varsty Basebsall. 13 ASE 13 A 1 1 '00I-S

seas the eiancitionilof i/scmiinic
leona prejusd/ce.
The speaker thsensiais/ed the pic-
cute of Phi/iss, se/ing thscuoib
runing along the street wit/s a ropseI
rusesesuesssos secos'd page.
Extra Law Lectures.
TIhse professors of the law depart-
menst have agreed to give a sec/en of
extra lectures to list members of
that school, on the practical aspecta
,of a lawyer's work. The course has

ct/cs by'modo~en artists.
'hhe exh/b/t still lie iereefsorsev-
eral days anid all are /nvited to ex-
aisine the woe/c. Classical students
shsonid be especially interestesi in
the exhibit.
A number of spec/allies are being
necured for the indoor mseet by the
track committee. If is possible that
M. J. Reilly, national chanmpion
swrestler in the 125 pound class, will
give an exhibition.

T'/e f/loinsg seas the miake-uip of
I/se n/ises in y'esteriday's piract/ce S/ifs 'and (3yiimsosii/Sup-
games lis
'Varsity.-Weidemans,c;IBoind, is; lles
Morrison, b; Wenitworths, 2b
Dean, 3 b; Russell, s n; Ito/hinter, Y'uiaiitised cox i iniese soad priees.
/ f ; Shields, c f; Blently, r f.___________
Scrub-Gaston, Gates, c; Scott,
p; U~pdegraff, z b; Makiver, 2 b; WA ~~t9
Chambers, 3 b; Pepiple, s s; St. W.LLcI i
Chair, i f; Cadwell, r f.
The playing was slow and loose, UNITVERSITYBO3OK8TORE
with frequent errors, making it rath-
er an off day. STATE STREET, ANN ARBnOR.

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