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VOL. VI. No. 58.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1895. POUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

IONE GUITAR '
Is enough for one person toN
play on at one time. One
guitar is not enough, hosw-
ever, to supply 3,000 Stu- r
Sdents. That's why we have i
constantly in stock several
doesof guitars of various ON
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR 1
SU. OF M. GUITAR,
It's good as its name.
yTHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO, ,
NN S. MAIN ST.
BOLIDAY OP[NING
-AT-
SHEEHAN'S
You are invited to our hook
party to see our new Holiday
Gift Books in choice hindings.
ART CALIENDARS FOR 1896
Oxford Teachers' Bibles. All the
new books of the season can he
seeii at oar store and will he sold
to student at wholesale prices..
Beautiful Gift Books 25c each or
five for $1.

THE CALIFORNIA TRWP.'
BOARD OF CONTROL WILL
REFUSE ITS CONSENT.
Piayers Wiiing to go, ut the Trip
Wouid he Unwise from an Ath-
letic Standpoint - Team Woud,
Have to Reiy Upon Its Reputation.
No definite action has s yet been
taken as to ci(7(aliforiia trip feer5thc
football team, butliii Daily cacs state
thatit bas practically ben (ieited
that there will be none. Te iplayers
use all willing to sake the trip, ue
it is loekedh upon as a poor tiing from
an athiletic sandpoint. Rie teami
would of counise be iii poor conition
aiiyway, even for a game here. When
a loug trip ains. a great change of
climate insst be takei Saito acouist
als, it is seeni sial Mtielisi-s woul.
base everytincg to lose asdIiosing
tic gainfromsuch iii undertaking.
Thie teanm 'wouildlgo relying cii its
repustationc alose to win.
There will hie a iceting us the
Boairdi of Control tonight, ct wiieli die
mater will coimie up for cosideration.
After that it is+ prblable tht some
deinite annscieessent canle msase.
LAST"'VARSITY PICTURE
Appears in the '9S Oracle Which
is Out Dec. 17th.
flne week foccitodtay will aiper
tice '98 Otrale, andicit is sot tio incie
to say tic-claa eter one ws iie'sr
pubilislhesi. Fsrcsswhat cciibec'seens at
iis times, it ihs coved it-Ssliphee
c'ompiltely asciihlss madie Seeral cc-
isrele inniiioatiions,. irt miiosg
swhulsch ie' liii to nsumber of pen5
dlrawsings. Thre is liot 551p001r piee
in lice' book. tialf Isses sire'also
isleicli'.asissccgthecmi siing lii'els
football, basebamll. acid track tlimisi,
ge'esaud ianjos lsibs, "Warsity Ivasehall
leadte is ci 1clast 'Varsity fotbal
ipicture',in which ;silaos-snily ihe smei
\[is1 issc'ieivid itsweatercss. Icc lie lit-
erary udepartmen'ct theresre gosi stor-
ies acud poimsi, includiing tics' lrie
cmpsitions.
Junior Social.
'Ninety-sevens isill isigissher sociali
secc,,oos Friday snigt by aIpary cct
Grcsiger's. The arra'nsgmensstre''in
chacrge of lie chairmancs of lie social
kpmincittee, A.nI. ;Smcith, wise as-
sonceec that tickets will hi' sold t
one dollar apiece.
Unity Club Lecture.
Rev. John Sniydr, of St. Lois, gave
one of the very best esestainneits of
the season to Unity Club last evening
in his lecture on "Te Evoltion of
American ttumor." Tics Unitarian

audtience' which. Listenedi for twso ihousrs GYMNASIUM WORKS.
to :1i fcss-'iaiing antibriliasnt acdiss Its Beneficial Results - Measure-
illuistrate i'iniiasrcsscssisesay iy ex- ments at Wisconsn.
aiples of Amceicanss'isit asdt humior Iis ____
its best stages. Mr. Snyder secisco en Dr. Itssis, of tics' 1isiersiy of
support 'iith. Ynskee, we'sterns iiand isi ie' ts'iis o ii iu
ofefiltl effe~ctc of syste'mactic'isrk, upon
southernis iltets, msisd gav'c'a ri'adinsg
fromsii'ncle itimsisiswhich thact geinte-. thosi' iwho ecli's'the gyics isissIn.
imaus himssef could not ihae surpassed.N'cryslfc'icc'cssdsiioscre
Nerl alc recis'nan. oh' Icsav eessmesu'ssre'dithis yi'ar. 'Tle
The Skating Craze. fences' avos-cgec in. w'ieigt 13.2
iounsss; is ccst ifdlation, 35.' ices;
Wiltics'e cold wiseather the Skai ic
s'sacelits oisi-so sci Atio'.but5~biceps, 1.2issces; thi' sopisiuorcs
tiisike focuses' yearis, skate rwill iotsavrag-t'tfecrlie smesesusiremeni'sc
139.16 pounsds31.1 ices 1..cicliel.
this yeas' he dependientotheusc icec-
Fain condtition of lice ice on the riser.tt'stiii'cvsestiii''cgstss
Ses-ra'rcin uks hate beenstas'rte'd, tics'iSsisal'iay-s -b'in madcie i bulls classs,
isses tc'isg 5c' wstic s nssssscshioswisg lie goid of systematiic gyi-
iy soime studstsl of lie Utivcsersiy iccsiuc work. Tie Daily Cardinasl
055 te city pasrk grounsichsoiiR'swefthc sa'cs t 0one cmanslitA iyis''iwho si-
aid Iltsssss sts., just snortih of'lt' gymc- sired tic hi' isctsisifiimsgymnacstics
sasisisi. The giossisi isbeiniiflodiiei 055 secissict, of inorIhelth, and 1who
andi 'isill soosn t'ei s'radine's for had c cisteSl'sfrimcis iyiciaisisas to
iml-cg gec ssnlr- isriii. isisiciiliy .to tke ansy physical 'isork
thg licenk Mr. Weintberg bass imade upoin recommscedaition of tic'eireccor
by- fiooding lice atlcetic fied. sortly sfter'i'i-rii enggediin the sreg-
____________________a cass wcork.sicIlte wasiseixatinssed
Troubles of the Laws. firist Otobtcer 3, I894 std 'ieigedt
Ic answer- to ai sotice posted atl lie 10.4; chitst imesreent (xpandedis)
lawssbuiliinhig, memessof liie'hint 7;lieislt;sghhg, t;-ch'
icl' ac11.8. Il~e 'issic -essssiie cin nDi'sesi-
tcsiicila icss, irrespsetisc' of lfc-e- ,115 hwngaani egt
stoics', cccl it Newiriry Hus1 ysterdacy ciee1r'ts 'cicsctssso 1:t
cfternoonssfor this-pcsrposs cssscc oiscst- su h is xmnto f1.
m> a andidtesf- theiisounsh; gaisn ic ieis, 1. s-ii'sc;
cc 'cccsiihstc sis 5cl -as p ~s igt le5ies, neartly1a'scsiicc-i; thigh1.S
tiiIsiy thatl couli beilh'sctesd. 'ihce
sccscsct--sflos cicis'i se ciscosg iticeis; st-ciff.ofscsaiiinc. Hislunsg
capcitiy s noss'giestr tcansaisy
sot maiske' tisccrstisknownssasdscisi s-
lmg cadicastage'(f this. ie oppousitioin sccsssiiithise ol-e.heug csie
to the' lliting undeicrteossto brea tici-sl n~uc-is, cc gain of 45 cubic i-ic eu sit's'
upts mudlcheyic d iiiit solceffectively'hat e5us redcllg-
ticsecmitimg enduedet'isithosuts ianyneil' Minnesota Second Place.
issing no iioiutes.
Th l'iIhtsola uAri'elhcscmentslsthu
Sophomore Hop. is iste muc mosoted.c scstsmicnscsisi
- - quesstioni:
'"le'9l8 cosmite humsasnmakuinuug "(i'tuclclitssmsuct'ssfs'
ves-ry scomplehte'a1muruugcumts fer he Oi' otbl
icighutcu rcsuop't'sbecgivenlit' mtt-oills- liishiiii sf tics'Nortwit.Rhs year5
trssuiss' t ic' seiof sine thanuucsuacl w n ntesm akiatya
isupostaucesaiimong thi socieal c'venit o scsf umss.''i' -iuliisucci it
shifted frsoum Wiscssi ts Mitchigani.
time' ,ye-ms. Icsits' of tics'fact timut soOfatyernoclgesnstohd
mainy53'socialsves-s are b lehinisg ciwd'he
it twice' I uerS-siou. Thic risut is
iutc thisse feas'' irsths beswen te
't hnsgv n adCrita svca artically-duetc'tovss''-s'ciiidlhs'ui-sbiui
this ccci' ul' cc gsssi ra m c ii'le-cu i'bl iio til fe't ths t ll i
lic-sils-ts-ecii''eeofmstricgefooticsla'is-thsdicc
bestte's'tuman'sulwa ssedifor.Tie'pirce cls'mssa sre."eigfotalwt n
is Slrs-cdolimus , adtone dslairsillte cesdvgr
chcsgs'sifccrcadmcis-si to the galtery. Minnesota's Captain.
Yale's First Victory. Joust i.It. it-on,hift enti, has been
Yale'wotnsass intercolle'giatebts'iu- eectei captlainsof the is' Mis-st
usc contest fec he first tisse' atslevensssfot'1896.tlat irr-s iois ac nitie
'seek, gutting tlice sceision from of Itsli-cciuslis andsihums plays3ed on tsc
Pitncelon lsy a vote of twso to one. liuusc'sssteamustie ast two y'ars',
'heise stoion s tiS"itesolvt-di thatit hieing ussophsiomore. Se swe'ghs s141)
woulst he wiise to ekabliis in respect pouns, si'i six feet hll ancitwenv
to sll llgislcstiout of a- general chas- years old.
icter a system of refeendum similar The secor lawsowiill hold an eleton
So that estalshled is Ssitzerhaud," Sturdsy to elect theic class day otl.-
ansd Tale bad the negative. - cers.

SHEEHAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Betail Book-
sellers.
-WILID. -
THE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and niost Fashionable
Foueilyn PFabrics foir Mon's Wear.
The Largest Stork in (ho City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
W ILWD.
ATWAH R'S
Special sale this wieek,
Illustrated
GIFT- BOOKS,
Standard and Miscellaneous Books,
Calenders and Diaries for 1896.
Juvenile and Toy Books,
Teacher's Bibles. Largest
stock in the city, 1,000 popu-
lar hooks at 25 cents each.
WAH RS,

20 S.StateSt.j4N. M i St. I church was filled with a deligluful'

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