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VOL. VI., No. 59.

UNIVERSITY QE MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1895.

FOUR, PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VI. No. 59. UNIVERStTY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1s95. Fouo Pxoocs-3 CENTS.

IONE GUITAR ,
Is enough for one person to }
41 play on at one time. One
I111 gnitar is not enough, how- l1t0
101 ever, to .supply 3,000 Stu-
S dents. That's why we have
constantly in stock- several}
}1 dozens of guitars of various 110
1 makes and prices. 0
SBETTER LOOK AT OUR N
U.OF M. GUITAR,.11
} It's good. as its name. 10
THE ANNARBOR ORGAN CO.,
S.MAIN ST. I
-HOLIDAY]OE N
SHEEH w ANl'S
Yen ore invited to our hook
party to see our new Holiday
Gift Books in chioite hindiiigs.
ART -CALENDARS FOR 1896
Oxford Teachers' iles. All the
iiew hooks of the season can 1)0
seen at our store and will he sold
to students at wliolesale prices.
Beautiful (Gift Books 25c each or
live for $1.
SHEEaHAN & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Book-
sellers.
- ILD.%
THE LEADING TAILOR
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and, most Fashionable
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear.
The Largest Stock in the City.

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EX-SECRETARYJ

OUR FOOTBALL MANAGER
J. 0. RICHARDS' IS ELECTED TO
THAT POSITION.
His Work on the Team-Has Had
Experience as Assistant Manager
T-'r. \-Other Athletic News of Interest.
Atliii' iieeliiigof the a tltic hoard
} Ial iiighi., .r. t). Ri-hoird , '918, woo
electedl fooltball ili zgl I' for 1896~l, anid
hiewill suicteedf 10 Mooi- 'rBaiird's
ptoitiottile htotif Itiosiory.
opi'ovil of t'o 'ithole l'nivei'.'it y. Al-
ci \" 1 Ihotillitis is butt TI liv'hlyi s' se-
itid yer lien.,lie lois a Ihostotf01 10-
ol 1frieiids asidle 111011 Itle l)oltiliii'-
Itfylie 1li4 -0iied lttiii his pliying
. bltek lost ye'trll.,l ltids ytear tetinie
( d (luii t'i'-iin. iiseerl of the ;giiiileo
a15: ell. Tool sl ping hle "woo>iilltd'
.ltSisllil fIttihol~ll ioiiogr oid lhis
fOHN W. FOSTER.
been________ 11(1liii'clost' t'tiiiliti 1111(1 ivle
liie'utnantoii m r ar drn
sute liatlli. Mr. Ith(lus'0ods ofttis thegil ii.steiii'tl iosed01 11 hontly'trelul
Aflet'his leel olliii' teol f lit',ll ol in tiling ol-ohis l c tion
ctie h woldti r.oetl 11.1s' Ii Ilno it l. uie il' i li tl3
'ottie 11111of th foreit gk-il Iii.itlli11) iis tat lhe tuills i tlilto.elto
i touchetl lt'lssutn 'toi ralalit tui'dig aprlile .itluyitritt i t ihi:
Afettrutiisl titit ishettiotee ' t' lo tt tt this hil t will11101 h Iiktititulog Man-

EX-SEC1{ETA1{Y FOSr~TR
IN THE S. L. A. COURSE TONIGHT
ON "ASIATIC POLITICS."
A Short Sketch of His Life-His
Record As a Diplomat - What
Munsey's Says of Him.
ii is kilet ter tllittI lit giilk till
"AticPotl itit's e In. Gil siljAt.
liii'e111101 le ilresitll itl'.11,t:s bjecs
fitlionisy lii 11111' ii isilli it INigh

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inti'rn tioll~l 111<lt111111 Hislt'l't't'.".I
s o t'si li' liinist' gt-s'i'riiiitt'lli, for AT OHIO WESLEYAN
tiltitli1 lit'is Still1 to bust' l''(C'ivo t t t it
of 10,00,',lfe~f tisstz~tlult.. Prof. Trueblood Will Act As Judge
nit $hot,(ttt, titeo tils ll. In the Oratorical Contest.
Mr. F'osteor stashumorniinl vanissillt'

N0l 2 E. WASHINGTON ST..NEAR MAIN. I

W ILD. stuva~d laioschulool. Ht'e uiuodeult'helii
11t ~i ilzdittitoreglilz~,l liig liii

£AT WAHR'S
Special sale this week,
Illustrated
GIFT-BOOKS,
Standard and Miscellaneons Books,
Calenders and Diaries for 1896.
Jnvenile anid Toy Books,
Teacher's Bibles. Largest
stock in the city, 1,000 popn-
lar books at 25 cents each.
Tip Tows. Dows Town,
University Booatore, Opposine Couittleose
205S. State St. 4 N. Sale St.

tisil s'i' antI ifter its leltilit'vi-
tunedi lt s'I is'lllt, whilre lie' 'litel
Of his dlidiplie lttii' os Meity's
AMtugoczile says: "Ameitrican tilidit'
loots seldiniehold mitre than io0111'i-
Iion,oi', it ft' e o, lire. 11e. IFisier
hassfilletd halt a dlozen. PresideiL
Presidt itHayes t'tiliiferi'0 l him ito
St. Pelershurg; President Artlnir setl
hlimlo 10 Tdid; P: re'sidenit Clevseltnd

Delesware, Oiti, ssheri'e lie ssill irt its
itote of thie mild's in :liii' utttttit'tal
'ioniests of (hhtiti 'T'ushiyoii, 1'ivoily.
Widle thie'ehiw svill alsotdtl'ers't'o
sert's itt four lecturt's liii"heQiutii-
ficatiions of (Iraitios1111dliii'(raliot'"
fintl swill gist' ilectirt'reilitil ofliant-
let. Ilewill ato lele'otf 0hilit itt
h'ui1t'eu'sly. t'olnumusuu. IDriiig; ilO ttlt-
oieer.' ..: Tays stil lae rChargt'1o iscass
THE FIRST CONCERT
Given By the Glee. Banjo and
Mandolin Clubs.

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CALIFORNIA TRIP.
It Has Been Definitely Abandoned
for Good Reasons.
iitiof "' tiat'fofni lill 11101 tet' iht'
Ialtlit 'tisl'Obee 111nre litit'tittit'
is riot l' ottitiof a~yllayfl it'itbytihel
Boardtiio oIty, as hy havioedoAs
rxl'hin ytslat'r iltale Dolylt' . ta
pojetusriotseibleti'iiidtt lluttic
Stiuthirlt, as Tiehigtitiwutldlhavt'
tvi't'tyhiiilto htra'1inid utu lihilight lese.

dispolehted hil on a opetial nieslii 10 '1'he fGlee, IBano iut authMan~doliit IClutfs Philosophical Society.
the .Spanish capittl; Preside-nt.Hrrn- gave thie'ir first concert itt Yhtshitatfi Dr. Pierce will give ut hllier beufore
son appointed. kimiia commuoisioner 10o11asf night. The keys were vry I'ln-lii'he 'lliluusehhilfal lSocitly oi tt 'e
negotiate treaties of reciprocity with thuitically receivedl aad their work.t Aetiei Colisr~u~ietsy," WdedoITly,
several Eutropeon powers; an1111. 'ten htl'iuist' that thle high, repthationi 0,- Dec. h'4, at 7:45 p. i. 'hhe society
Mr. Blaine resigned frottc the cabinet, tablishoed lash: year will he minhtined. 10ee1s in Rloam 21.

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