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VOL VI. No. 52.

U'NI\ ERiS TV OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1895.

FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

a MADAME E {E-SAPI()
ONE GUITAR 4 CHARMED THREE THOUSAND
Oil PEOPLE LAST NIGHT.
Q Is enough for one person to 11
til ployono at one time. One Successes Also Scored by Our
0#1 gtuitar i3 not 0enough, 1ow- tl Own Artists, Herman Zeitz, Vio-
fli ever, to supply 3,000 stu- tit linist, and Miss Jaffe, Pianist-
At denfts. Thlatos why we have 11 Program Well Varied,
loS constanltly ill stocksera l
lot ti o TiosotsveoI 1 hie 's(0111d('011011 Sit(huChorl
# akSt 0 dolzenso giasofvros.
It} nke ndprcs. I" 'im. eseie' broughlt the nenol ('rowd-i
Oi TTERLGK AT OUR fill i oViiv('rlty Loll lost 110(111, callinig
1~ BETTE1 for ilmoit. liii (nhirte coting celtpl'.-ly
11U. OF M. GUITAR. 0i l ii il. I O 1 011rcllb
111 It's good as its 11ame3. "f3lhtn. chlleintioeieie-Sapio, the
THE ANN AIROR ORGAN CO., (11 eI kow-n coptrano, assoieA by 311c
11 S. MAIN Sr. ('orltteJ.ffe d Il-.r. ttni eit ,
C53 -MfNthi' school of Music fatlily.

ALUMNUS No. 2.
Graduates' Journal for November
Is Just Out.
The -Nlirhicon Alunimus for Novemi-
tier, is just 111oilt 1'in lt ldrlt lee fornm.
There i5 a 1holf-lone of t I 'rilcoF'sroli-c
Briocl, the filois ioo t'lIi-eilili, a liiei U-
ter o31' the Chrisof 't>1..111(1 there i~s
(10111 1 ha.fulionroptiy ii.- liiii1'Iti'
editor iof the Alunusn, A. A. Po'esciii.
WillianiF. hlriokey, . D ., '51), cn-
t ribultle s a.an atle-iIon111the _Otedir-ti
AlumniitAssccition his lddr(,c lirfore
'IW. If'Ierver, '1.3(11111'6151,, hocs111 this
nniitiir theseonditaricrle'of "'fbi
Il!tercity Dilrilig-XW i'f'ime," inl-
fiindmthei'doigs oftheii' lnid of re'
U117 . orinewiii aout'.espctillyirooc
exeei'l'it write lilt of lihe food)ho11
--mic, of'115 .
ttook'iorec01at'lln ((u's110acolty.
DEBATERS CHOSEN.
Messrs. Albright and Vert Will Rep-
resent Webster Society.
'l'The 3Webster 'to ie m nor'itanlion lcs-
iaini'tl its pist.l ciltito ilIc tideh'ti-
itn' cociety in its piu-uliioin'lryecoic-I;

IIOMIEOP. TRO&UBLE AGAIN.
OLD QUESTION OP REMOVING
THE DEPARTMENT.
Dr. Stirling. of Detroit, Is After a
Mandamus Compelling the Re-
gents to Establish the Depart-
mont in Detroit.
I11,1-lc's 1-'. Stirlinig vs. thie'rigilils of
tilt Uniersity. 1Dr. Stirlinlgic a lho-
(11111 li ock i iia(livi'g;lit iloit
ai'gi'nhe iisluiceorfnode i' whytinluau-
1)1'. Si irlogshowcaiuisIe shiltatl'aciii
lotus hou-itcldciinotI'iiii i'se t cmpill
h~i iei too lii' teiai',ofiuillco sthlo-i,-
loigi'inlitch ms-idefih;taetl11or-l
oftheillii, eirrtyliii' eliciciltitoc Def
I~r lt'. lIit' illaesiiiat alyctat, ccsit'e
hastibent11'hii'oi i ii' etrt''hitch11will

AT n
Sheehan's
You Cll fld~i the Ingrest; atitl mo(st
comlelte stock (If
SWEAI[R)" AND
ill thit city. We 1111k 111e11 tn
01r101, in lily colotr, design o'
style diilet.
A0,ints fotr t110 celebrated
GED. S. PARKEt FOUNTAIN PEN.
E4,ngrllsel visiting carnIs SIC sl1v-
ply ill lien days.
SHEEHAN & 00.,
310 S. STATE STREET.
WJ WIL, -
'THE LEADIN6 TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and mlost Fashioniable
For'eign Falbrics for Men's Wear.
The L-trgoost Stosk 11n tile City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
WILD.
AT YWAH~wR'S
Special sale this 'week,
Illustr'ated
GIT BOKS
Standard and Miscellanenus Books,
Calenders and Diatios f or 1806.
Jutvenilei anti Toy Books,
Teachor's Bibles. Largest
stock in the city, 1,000 popul-
lar books at 25 cents each.
WAH R'S.
tUp Tows. Dews TGows.
Uilerslty Bookstore. Opposite CourtlHouse
20S. State St. 4 N. Mais St.

. lit, liO, %}11"., iO fit, ilt. , (l tilIt ll-
it., Dtticto) AMie.ideA-cre-Sito.i
2. itligs, to)''1)111,3Op.T8, eIf' I". Oul-
or. Viac31(1 3'ticiJa'ff(ian Irig ioll.
3.acoi , ii) Slootine , Brl"io, I(bi'

E. Rieder, (a) Mondnacbt, scliumalia,' held last ni:llt, and the two (whaier The court AN-ill probably graait an 0r-
(b) 5talidchen (Tielv), Wolff, (( ) Glock- chosen to rcprcSoi-,;t. the Society are der to(TO3 - directing the re , ents to
loin iin Thale, von Weber, _lllne. de ".ilre to play a part., in the conllil~- inf('r- ; ll()W cause AvIl - the nlaiidaill us ;hoiild
Vvre-'Sapio. "o( lety (lobate. 1:v el} coTitcS1,111t not issue, 11'ad the catie will. be argued
;. (a) 6+I}riIT'g, Sapio, (b) Ave -Maria (51)(l (' Avith a ;'ood linfden!fi nd.Ing, Of ()n 9.t. Tn(' it4 oii the 1'et111'11 (l.<ly A(} be
violin (,Wigato), Bach.-Goilnod, 11 e , mbjcct and all displayed consider- named in the order. l 01.E I3enfon

Alme'. iid eore'-'s'lio cciiasewrlyt'11a'p~- wscthit' Zlile onue that Ihis lit-ill de-'
tiludet'tat eveury- sele'ctionu 511' cul- balu ~ted itil 11b'1111'otihirti' 5t(li'ii' ll
actually 111th. 511' 5was eoilhr'lee t N 11h1 (hic-agot. Slit'judtg- s''re' P'o-
lcst ht to espond to a11 enu'ic'r. fi-stsrStis-hlu' o hnihstlanut twer,
next .litihietpleasure of he-lrihug liih' andthelir tde'is.ionitl 5i115 hihtloiitcl3'in
coloicistuas the satisfactioin affotrdeditil fasvir of Ati'. Albight andit Mr. W'er-.
the siuccess of Silos Charlotte .lifi' 1a1nd More Senior Committees.
Mrt. t~Hrmtni eito, sohio assisted Ine'.
311ccstu:Jff's laihltigof huts luccoihilta' Pre'sidenuttutse', ofl';'11i, makst'Ihe
itt Veronu-Sapio, anth Silt-s Jaffe (a1111air. ti-is:
Z'/.'s son-ill fr-ni (irieg 15.asli'-t f al) -in1l.d iiss'ti('tnCommitt'-W-'
wearmoly rect-eediluy the auduienlce. Mri. Itorst, chairmoan; J. II. Qularle's, 1E. P.
Zi'itn scas perhapts it his best 111 1110 Iillitigs, AltsA. ASI. t~vlright, Stiss
sel'tiiontlfromll i W'ii'liitfi, 5whictihit' tiHelutn C. Dryer.
iint'l-1'uti'u sclwith i'e01111it andtflin11g. Atuititug ('olnrilill'i-F~tiA. JIt-k-
'fI('he et conlcert' illtile('huoral
U'nion1 sei'ies swill hi' gic-etnJautary 17,ert, A. F-. hRockweell, Howssadt Bemntt.
181. lh tetldelssotit's "Elijahl" swill lit' Faculty Concert December 19.
per'lformted'i at thils conciuert buy tle C'hor- _____
all Unliot l 01tsoloists.It wsilhbegiti It islannloulce'tlbymgProt. Stantle'y
at 7:30, a clianige that w oas idecided tlnat She (lai' of thie'nett faiculty ('011
uplon oin051g 1o the lat~e closinug of sotime r vl i ~'u'ue 1,illaho
of thin collei'fhs last year.
'ihue sale of reservedl seals for tir hssekehria ecnhr3
'Say Festival cwill biegin Jalnuarly 11 ltfevioislS' stated.
aS 101 a. il. l. atheSnUiversity School of I3radhgdcddt lyi h
Mutsic. No person wvill be allowved Int radhsdodul'o111'1 h
reserve tuore Ithan six sealsc at one future no gatmes wsith athletile"nus
lime. Oforfoter non-collegiate Leanls.

I1ott Iis rl'u'hIi-'nig tt Ie':l'3'lli'
What Chicago Says.
S'.Iho Shicago 7I ilic'ri"-113' looo.
''Sichdgpisiut 'loitl~hihitiig 1Usa
cork otlut-glinted'us 1anild curil,,(issi'tlus
e'aily-in taci-. ti. Sttich i (stli
atilfiwon (Iotilugr linohmiiig''stwl--
couldit01glill it all thlrough lthe in'eit
elol. Stliitiglhll oult-pated.liuis inl thin
second half a(hullthe b1' all eloise'1o
(till'goal 1m1sf of tIetlim1111. fbilu'
tauckling wsc-ohlardl, sore atnd lost;,
nmore thaountce a -touhdownuelswoutld
hiavei'bothnIlade hail it tothib'e'nlfort
the tai'kliuig of R'looiingslon anud
Sealte'r."
Evan- hio olbr~oeke, fortmerly of '97, is
now 'atfLelantdIShtnfordl,It-., 1.'tiivuc-
sity, California, 1111 hacslplayedt quaf-
ter atid end on ftie football taan there
port of the time thks fall.

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