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May 12, 1894 - Image 1

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VOL. IV.-No. 160.



SENIOR LIT ANNUAL. The book as a whole is very cred- Castalian Grinds Ground.
The Castalian Out Next Week.- itable, the number of half-tones be- COLUMBIA BICYCLE
The Largest Annual Ever g raornary they A sensation was sprung upon the
one of the leadino features of the University this morning when there FOR SALE.
The Castalian, the senior literary bo . was found at every doorstep a six-
book. Much credit is due t0 the 1rand New-Peumatic Tires-1593 Model-
annual will be out in the early part publishers, Messrs. Beakes & Ham- then page pamphlet containing a Never ridden--Takenson a det.
of next week. The cover is of neat mond, for the neat appearance of part of the Castalian grinds. The
gray silk cloth on which Castalian is the book, and to the board of edit- pamphlets were distributed during Price, May 5th, $96.00.
emblazoned in gold leaf. ors for probably the largest class the night, and the perpetrators of $1.00 LESS EACH DAY.
The frontispiece is a half tone of annual ever issued in the University. the work are unknown. On the 6 (.
the board of regents; this is fol- The price will be one dollar. cover is the following: "tHave you
lowed by an artistic half tone title a seen the Castalian Grinds? Here 51SouthMainSt.
page. The book is dedicated to is This True? they are. This book is copy-
the memory of Joshua Whitney wronged and the contents of such a
Waterman, ''alma mater's generous Yesterday evening's News says in nature as not to be entered in the
benefactor.'' part: postoffice as first-class matter.'' On
Following a cut of the board of "The two old-time literary soci- the inside of the cover is the Board
editors, by H. H. Eymer, is a pre- eties of the University, Adelphi and of Editors, of which "Jya Gotta-
lude by J. Raleigh Nelsonsucceeded I Alpha Nu, are on the verge of dis- way'' is referred to as "Womanag-
by a full page photogravure and a solution. In one of them it has ing Editor," D. Bluten as "Every-
biography of Mr. Waterman, and been impossible for six weeks to get body's Business Manager" and Dick WhenyouwanttheLatest etropoitanstyles
of$s$, $4 or $5 Shoes at 50c. to 81 a pair less
like photogravures and sketches of a quorum in order to accept or re- Quinn-ine as "Anybody's Business than Ann Arlnor prices send for Cataiotue to
Profs. A. A. Stanley and Thomas ject a challenge for a debate contest Manager."'T'he remainder of the
M. Cooley. A fine half tone of sent from the other; and the meet- board are referred to as figure
Dr. Corydon L. Ford follows, after ing in which the challenger fulmi- heads." About half of the Casta-O 1 A
101. 183-155 Womcwsnn Ave.,
which comes a series of sketches of nated the dare was their first and Tian grinds follow. It is reported DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
Prominent alumni and alumnae with last well attended meeting of the that six fraternities and a few inde-
full page half tones of Don M. Dick- season. The average attendance pendents had a hand in the matter. THE "WAVERLY5" W H EEL
inson, Alice Freeman Palmer, Wm. has dwindled to four or five faithful En s tw-- 28 pnnds--sith ni-ser 0G. & J1.)
Engineers' Banquet. clh,'pon.-ihcnhe(G&J.
E. Quinby, May Sheldon Barnes, spirits in each, who renew a pledge --- or$85.00 is the sensation of the
Charles F. Brush, Kathasine Ellis of constancy in adversity each week. About eighty engineers and the our. See itn in tenindow of
Cowan, Charles K. Adams, Octa- *.*.*.*.So the ancient Alpha entire engineering faculty, excepting BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
via Bates and Thomas W. Palmer. Nu and Adelphi seem completely one member, n-were assembled about ____________________
There are in addition numerous moribund. Their reason for exis- tie festive board at Granger's last
half tones of Universty buildings. tence is gone, and they cling to evening when President Palmer rap-
The literary portion of the paper ife only through their connection ped for order.
is made up of stories by Alvick A. with a series of annual oratorical After the discussion 'of a fine
Pearson, Raymond Weeks and Ed- contests, but even here a lively ora- neni by Htangtefer, the baintueers
win Roedder, and verse by Jesse B. torical society has come into being Sere called to order ny T'oastnnaster o ' ni Io the aesies cnss
i. sert.,hoii. MennannnennantnerInpen-
Hornung, '93; Frank t'. Daniels, to regulate such matters and has re- Sager, who in an able nnanner open- peetfuny renestn to have sittings. as sooln
'95; Henry R. Kellogg, '95; S. G. duced them to practical insignifi- ed a program of ten toasts, which a _sposs__e _
Baker, '95; R. O. Austin, '95; Hen- cance. took until half-past twelve to finish. FRESH ASSORTMENT
R-Kellog; Gertrude Buck, -- +--- President Angell and Prof. M. E. ----
Today's Batting Order. Cooley were to have answered to LO0 bT -
and others. 'here are also illus-
trations by Helen D. Iandall, '93; The Michigan and Illinois teams toasts but were unable tobe present. i R
Howe A. Williams, '94; and W. C will take the field this afternoon at A message fromI rof. Cooley was Ir-s- nnEEIvED AT-
Tarsal, '91-. 3 o'clock. Illinois is hopeful of sue- read, who by his characteristic TUTT'LlE'S, - 4S S. State St.
humor, put the audience in high
University Organizations follow. cess and will play to win. 'heir
These are almost endless and are in- team will probably be as announced spirits.wiyt
lerspsersend with ninseroas halt tonie yesterday. . Tn raginitcamte h-IBfM B
cuts of class officers, political clubs, Our team and the batting order seine--uch praise for tine un-ali-
editorial boards, musical clubs, ath- will be as follows: Deans, 3 b;l ied success of the occasion. TBe A E LL GOODS
letic teams and University buildings. Spitzer, 2 b; Shields, c f; Hollister, committee was as follows: I. H. B
Eymer, chairman; R. S. Ames, H.
Last but not least follow the p; Baird, s s; Hanlon, r f; Hart, ch Sup-
grinds, for there are nearly forty 1 b; Waterman, t f; Drumheller, c; Fn, C n L Suits attd Gytnasittt uts-
. .mont, A. L. Harris, R. Quinn, A. dies.
pages of them, many being illus- Russell, substitute. Russell was . L. A
M. Haubrich, E. C. DeWolf, G. L
trated by appropriate drawings. out for the first time since the trip, MHu crCI ofGi
. . . Lamont and D. Olmustead. Yo reivted to examine stock and prices.
Probably the most noticeable thing but his ankle is not yet in good
in this department is a full page shape. Hart will be tried on first All girls who wish to join the
half-tone group of well known stu- base today. He has shown up well Tennis association can do so by794
dents headed 'Prominent Alumni." in the last two days' practice. paying 50 cents to Miss Biester or
This cut will cause a sensation. The - 0Miss Millard who will be in the UNIJERSITYBOOKSTORB
grinds, as a rule, are free from mal- The '95 football team had their reading room every morning from
ice and personal spite. photographs taken this morning. 9:15 to 9:30- STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR.


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