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March 30, 1894 - Image 2

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P'ulishedt Daily (81an(ansexcepted) during
WeLtniliegr year, by
subscription price 51150 pereyear, atvariably
ia adtvanre Singcle copien 3 retst. Saubeip-
tint may be letft at the (tttre of the Itait,
at Stofiteta, with anyoyfa the editort or
authorizedl nolicttors.
tommncantians thattld reach the atice hy
So'clock P. a. if they are ta ap peae the neat
'lay. Addirens nil mantlerintendtedttor publica-
teon to the Managittg Editor.1All busnnet,
eranmniratiana shouldt be snt to the Bsi-
aea Mtafgrr.
Ann Arhar, Xilo.
CA, DiiI SOait, ItNNV y4,toa1agiolaldtor.
II A. 5stutu soINllit.it.1 bai'viiii
. tL. Loo, Li'), A s1 tiaiot.
'. LajTRS, li S --'al
J. A. I. 'oatv, Lit. 'll, Atlticirttor.
Vt. .5. Aboat, lit 97,Businoers Manager.
H.1.Uti mnv. 1. . .Hal.
1 .IIlier 55 C i F . tii alv,'t'-.2
Am IVlle y 97i.1).W-ieS
ofth aytipulicion.ii' t i-a't'.l'i i
The Ediorslota Iaoitoldthesel--ves"1 ap- t
sil or the oinaions o ta i ms fcors
potnltatsaaparitogt inte O1tiv.
'Fu i-:table off'onhparativr tuitiont
at various uniivesities given in an-
othiet'colutmtniiis certainly a frdit 1o
the U7 of \L , swlaei the aquality of
the instructioan at this inustitutton is
taken into coaisideration.

leg itndler Ithe suspicet of'Oneco
lge. The entertainment was of a
hight order and had all the enthsuai-
astm atarialirit college boys could
tnfitse into it, which is a great deal.
RTe IBanjo and Mandolin clubs sveret
espaeially entertaining, as the seiec-
tiotas vere carefully rendered antI
wvere Ili Ficult. RThe Glee club sang
sotme selections very svell antI show-
eel imuclt training. :among these
selectionas vere some college siotgs
whiich niever failerd of parovokingt
merited applause, alike for the
effective retidering and the striking
character of thsesvords. Some of1
the pieces givens sere sery original
atid hail tthetnames of stonefmaesm-
bers of the clubs osver against thtenm
as autlors, shiosving a higlter ablilityE
thatn that of nmere rendlition amntg
the yountg toesn.Tertnimbers of
ther clubs atsd taletnts of thleir tiemn
bers p~ermittedl a variety of solos,
duels, trios anti quarytets aind alnaust
ainy comnbinatiots.
Alpita 1ui taents tomtorros- iighit
a5 risual. A gooil proigrarnlhas
beeni arrangeid.
Prvof. Diniuon'is class in Anmrri-
cain iiterature idisciissed the chiarac-
ter of Biryant'ts life anid sork, 11litirs-
day afternooi. Au interesting es-I
say ssas reci by M\r. N. 17. M ere-

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ONE w seelk froni tomnorrov the an-
nual electioti of Dli iediitors svill
be heldl, anti all paidupil subscribers
ot 'PT EI ,,i - v are eligible tc votc.
Itis to be haoaped that es-cry siibscri-
her svlli ax ail himiiself rof the op~por-
tinilylltnd select nien who ivili care
for thaeititerests ifithe ladler.
Titlr': h op numsiber of WVrinkle
's witliouit doubt the st issue
wvhic'h has sapearedl thuis lar. Scv-
eral of the ciuts ita this issue wvotultd
dlo credit to miich nsore pretentious
publications. The success iwhicht
Wrinkle has mset is svell deservedl
and the editors are to be cotuplt-
mented for the care and pains they
have taken to tmake Wrinkle the
best Ipublication of its kind in thae
Williams' lee Club.
:Reserved seats fetr thte concert bty
tan WVilliatas' Glee, Banjo and Man-
dolin clubs, svent on sale tltis msorn-
lug and indications point to a good
attendance. The daubs are anmong
the best ita the East. The North
Adanms (Mass.) 'r'ranscript ltas this
to say of a recent concert:
Rise Williams College Glee, Bianjo
and Mandolin club~s appeared in Odd
Fellosvs' hatl last Wednesday even-;

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