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April 02, 1894 - Image 1

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Vol,. IV.--No. 1-1.
An April Fool" Ending of the Cas-
talian Grind-box Theft, which
Costtwo Students 5 Dollars.
"He laughs best who laughs last,"
so says the Castalian board. Never
perhaps was there a more surprising
climax to a long standing joke, than
thefools'dayending of the"Castalian
Grind-box Theft.'
All students will recall that about'
swo months ago the Castalian grind-

record in his chosen profession. He
graduated from the University of
Vermont in 1879 and afterwards fin-
ished with high honors at Johns Hop-
kins. His connection with Michi-
gan began in 884 when he was ap-
pointed assistant professor of philos-
ophy. He remained here four years
when he left to become professor of
mental and moral philosophy and
logic at the University of Minneso-
ta. In time he returned to the U.
of M. to succeed Prof. Morris as

, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1S94.


box was put up in the main hall of professor of philosophy, which chair
'he lit building. Two days later the he now leaves to accept a chair in
box mysteriously disappeared. So Chicago's big institution. Prof.
anxious was the board to recover Dewey is one of the foremost of
their stolen property that they America's educators and that his
sought the services of a detective in loss will be severely felt here there
the person of our nervy deputy-sher- is doubt.
if Peterson. For a time no clue was Though it has been known for

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obtained but finally the inquisitive-
ness of a certain individual directed
suspicion toward him. A certain
member of the Board accosted him
to return the box as they wished a
slhotograph of it for the "Grind De-
iartment." He protested his in-
nocence but at last intimated that
ie could secure the desired photo-
graph. He was given a camera and
was then shadowed by a certain per-
When the camera was returned
and the negative developed the
photograph of the box was found on
the negative.
Three members of the board
thereupon went in quest of deputy
sheriff Peterson to whom the situa-
tion was explained and the photo-
graph placed in his hands. He in-
structed the members to wait for
twenty minutes when he would re-
turn either with the man or the
"Grind Box."
The two students in question
charged with taking the box were
members of the classes of '96 and
94 respectively. They appeared
before the authorities this morning
and paid five dollars for their sport.{
The University's Loss.
John Dewey, Ph. D., professor of
philosophy has accepted a call from
the University of Chicago. The de-
partment of philosophy of which he
is to be the head is numbered first
in the thirty-five departments of
learning in that University. Prof.
Dewey, though in the very prime of
,his usefulness has made a brilliant

some time that the professor was
considering this offer the official an-
nouncement was not made till to-
Ninety-Four Social.
The University Glee and Banjo
club will play at '94 social Thurs-
day night. Each person is to wear
a design indicating the profession
they prefer to follow. The person
wearing the most unique design will
lie awarded a prize. Refreshments
still be served and every thing pro-
vided to make the occasion enjoy-
able. Thus it will be seen that en-
tertainment will be provided for
dancers and non-dancers as well.
Saturday's Baseball.
A practice game was played on
Saturday for the first time last week.
Behind the bat both Koenigstein
and Weideman showed up better.
Bently made quite a good showing
in the box as did also Mackenzie at
first base. On the whole the prac-
tice was improved.
At the annual election of officers
of the Prohibition club Friday even-
ing, NV. W. Miller, law '95, was re-
elected president. The other of-
fices were filled as follows: General
vice-pres., J. H. Scott, lit '95; lit.
vice-pres., J. W. Parker, '95; law
vice-pres., M. L. Clauson, '94;
medic vice-pres., C. K. Lahuis, '96;
dent vice-pres., G. A. Parmenter,
'95; rec. sec., G. Parmenter, dent
95; cor. sec., H. S. Voorheis, lit
'96; treas., A. Clark, p. g. lit.

Entertained at a Reception Given The
by the S. C. A. SaturdayV. O M .
- ByLeii H. Clement, Diretor of the Che -
"From Greenland's icy mountains m
and India's coral strand," represen- T Dii liiiettls Waltz ski'- "Ati f'iede-
tatives came to the most unique and ehei.
signal social success that the S. C. s dver sosu-us a copy.
A. has scored this year, the foreign
reception. One's mind was conti-1 1 an t.
51 South Main St.
wally carried back by association to
the great cosmopolitan gathering at -
Chicago last summer. There were
English from South Africa, talking
of Zulus and Boers, English from
England, English from New Zea-
land, Ontario, New Brunswick, and
Quebec. Scotland, Sweden, Ger-
many, Greece, Bulgaria, China,Jap-
an were all represented. After a WheiiyviiantsetesroM itanstyies
(eof , $3 *4mr-$5Shoes at 5 0ti a paeir
period of social chat the fOllOwig lithan Ann Aror prices send for Cataiogue to
program was rendered: Remarks-
Japanese Tea Leaves, Mr. Taka
Kawada; Chineese Song, Misses 101, 1S3-135 xvsn AVE., f
Kahn and Stone; The Canny Scot, TbETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
Dr. McLachlan; Greece, Its Present -ENiS. i-vs Yourl'iuuuin- T ts
Indicative, Mr. ialaplian; Bulgar-
ian Song, Mr. Vladeimiroft ; A Ger-
man University Town, Dr. Guthe;
God Save the Queen, British Quar-
The entire company led by the No. his-n it., E.Ist. before the rsh ieen.
--llxtubiwrkins- .cnt-ssuud 8i-u~sdiutosnotui A
British Quartette after this joined triainiieited. s
in that song which all people can FRESH ASSORTMENT
sing from the heart, America.
The nations then seemed to be J.0V\ I'0+ -*o
called back by a common memory
to the days of barbarism, for all _-ii 5T isiyEses~s A-
might have been seen gathered TU''TJLE'ST, - 48 S. CE ate St.
around the blazing fires roasting
their victims upon sharp sticks. THE "WAVERLY " WHEEL
Pencils and paper were provided Weight, s pounds-with clincher (0. & J.)
the guests and each secured a list of tire,-for$ 85.00 is the sensation of the
autographs which, but for the Unil- hour. See it in the window of
sity, would have cost a fortune and BROWN'S DRUGSTORE.
years of travel to secure.
Webster Society Public Meeting.1

The Webster Literary society will
hold a public meeting tomorrow,
Tuesday, evening, April 3. Pro-
gram: Address, Pres. W. J. Land-
man; banjo solo, Mr. Gilchrist;
oration, E. F. Legender; recitation,
Miss Ferre; vocal solo, Mr. Bend-
inger; Eulogy on the late Christian
H. Buhl, G. H. Bailey; vocal solo,
Miss Lillie Volland; oral discussion,
Resolved, that the existence of great
political parties is detrimental to
our national progress: Aff., F. H.
Hathorn; Neg., Mr. Kimball; music,
Mr. Gilchrist.

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

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