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VoL. IV.-No. 142.


WEBSTER VICTORIOUS. Present Investigation in Greek, Ger- SACRED TO "PROBATIONS"
The Webster Society Wins the man, and English," was ably dis-
T FirWsteSeries oinsts e ,Thomas,The Current Number of Wrinkle an
First In the Series of Joint cussed by Profs. Doge, j'h a, Excellent One, Fully up to
Debates. and Hempl. its Predecessors.
Professor D'Ooge said that when!
About two hundred people listen- lie began the study of Greek, the Wrinkle will be on sale again to-
ed to the joint debate between attention of scholars was chiefly di- morrow. The special features of
Webster and Jeffersonian societies rected to linguistics; later it was the number are the articles and
Mast evening, in the law lecture turned to phonetics and textual crit- drawings relating to Friday, April
room. This debate was the first of icism. At present emphasis is laid 13, the day on which the famous
a series of three joint debates by on the objective study, or archasol- probations expire. Mr. Campau,
the same societies. The remaining ogy. Archeology is studied not as in his double page drawing, shots
debates will be held in the course of an end but as a means of throwing Alma Mater with a fierce look on
a few weeks. light on the literature. Language her face, banishing the students
'he question under discussion is thus made a part of the study of who were unfortunate enough to fail
was, ''Resolved, That the South tman. in getting their probations raised.
Presents a Better Field for Develop-I Professor Thomas said his sub- r. Wagner I y a e
Ment than the West.'' ject was very broad even when lim- 1 n sas atypicaldcolle

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Mr. D. A. Edwards, of the ited to German in the narrower
Webster society, was the first speak- sense. In old German the tendency
on the affirmative. Mr. Edwards is away from the study of phonetics
clearly showed the great advance to that of syntax. In the later pe-
which the South had made since the riod literary questions also arise.
?ate war, and inferred that this was In the study of modern literature,
good proof of its future prosperity. the greatest importance is attached
Mr. A. L. Curtis represented the to the application of scientific philo-
Jeffersonian as the first speaker on logical methods of investigation.
the negative. Mr. Curtis said that The chief interest here centers in
the West was destined to be the the question of origin, or tie inu-
great agricultural, mineral and stock ences affecting the author in his
. "r0; i inr i tinSX Little attention is Liven to

scene ol Me UVlpa ;r- 1,1 L u
good things inside.
Among the literary articles of
note are Mr. Briscoe's "Twas Ever
Thus," a clever ball-room sketch;
and the crazy symposium of spring
by the editors. Carl Blake has a
'Fable' with a decided college fla-
vor, and Mr. Ryan has two good
"Antiquity of :okes,' paragraphs
and several shorter poems.
Stuart Galbraith appears as a
Wrinkle artist for the first time, and

tad of th s countryL. }wrllt g. it gLLLvi Z 1~u v v
'ir. Curtis was followed by Mr. ! purely aesthetic study of literature. his drawing is a verycreditabsle effort. PHOTOGRAPHER, - 6 E. HURON
I. f. Jones, Webster's second iProfessor Hempl said that in the Miss Ctlliug has a neat litte toettt, tt- ttte t sotttit
speaker.N r. Jones showed his study of English a distinction should "A Common Ocurence, illus- a or paotar s-.
ability in destroying the arguments w made between the field of inves- trated by Mir. Campau. FRESH ASSORTMENT
of the opposite side. le illustrat- tigation for graduate students and Taken altogether the number is -_oF-
ed his arguments with a large stap that for more advanced scholars. A bright and tp to date, and should I JQ u/\T
of the United States, comparing new man can make an original con- please, at least, as well as its prede-t
the productiveness of the South tribution in linguistics, but not usu- cessors.- -cc.
with that of the Wsest. Mr. Jones ally in literature. Scientific study - 48 S. State St.
strengthened his side very material- of phonetics is giving place to a committed Suicide.
ly. ( study of syntax. Especial emphasis - THE " WAVERLYll WHEEL
Mr. V. 0. Coltrane closed for is laid on the study of the living University circles were startled to &weight, 2S ids-with
the Jeffersonians and made a strong spoken language as means of under- i hear of the strange disappearance of tio-nfor $85.00 is the sensation >tthe
plea for the West, not denying the standing the language itt general. Miss Lois H. Janes, '94 it, and her o-se. sei itinewindow of
progress of the South, but attribut We ought to study the dead Ian- avowed intention to destroy herself BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
ing it to a tardy endeavor to catch itguage of the living. by drowning.
up with the rest of the nation. nt x She mailed a letter to her sister
The judges, Res. Gelston, Mrs. 1. Nnety-Stx Soctut. yesterday morning which was not re-
TT. Sunderland and Prof. E. F. the arrangements are practically ceived till late yesterday afternoon.
Johnson, by a close vote rendered completed for the '96 social at In her letter she stated that her
their decisiot infavor of tse afr Granger's Academy tomorrow even- body would be found in the river. BASE BALL GOODS
firmative, thus bestowing upon the tug. Minnis' orchestra will furnish Search was at once commenced but
Webster the first victory of this the music and Hangsterfer viii serve no trace of her was discoveerd till Suits aid Gymnasinim Sup-
series of debates. light refreshments. The progran this morning, when her dead body plies.
Dean Knowlton presided and which has been prepared at consid- was found by deputy sheriffs C.
favored the audience with a number able expense will be a very atracBrenner and P. McCabe on the yout tre invited to examine stock and prices.
favored theoaudienceowitit avnning.behe
of well chosen remarks. tive souvenir of the evening. The bank of the river immediately in
music will begin promptly at 8 o - the rear of Judge Kinne's residence.
The French Investigation. Clock. The patronesses of the even-threrojug in seidc.
Near the body was found a paper 9
A very pleasant meeting of stu- ing will be Mesdamesa. B. Angell, labeled strychnine, which removes
dents and professors was held last Soule, Demmon, Wade, E. F. Hol- all doubts as to the cause of her UNIVERSITYBOOKSTORE
night at the home of Miss Pauline land, of Detroit, and de Pont. The death. The inquest will be held
Wies. The topic, "The Trend of tickets are 75 cents, ladies free. Friday. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.


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