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VOL. YI. No. 6 2.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, S.ArTRDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1895.

FOUR PAGESx-3 CENTS.

ONE GUITA
s enough for one person to ii6
F lay on at one tite. One}
lii guitar is not enough, how- '
ol ever, to supply 3,000 Sin- r
dents. That's why we have O
' 4 onstan0tly in stock scvtial It I0
ON~ dlozesl of guitars of variousit
m sakes anid prices, 4j
i11 BETTER LOOK{ AT OUR key
SU. OF M. GUITAR. I
6 It's good as its caine. ;4;
THE ANNA IBOROH ANGO., 1111
ii1 S. MAIN SF'I. i
-AT-
You tire invited to or hook
party to siee iiir new 1 loliday
(Gift Books in choice hindings.

-i
p~e ~fWiL. A s

I TIlEI(1GREAT 1)OME MUST GO.
SO SAID THE REGENTS AT THEIR-
LAST MEETING.
Some Changes to Be Made in the
Law Lihrary-A Book-Binding Es-
tablishment to Be Erected in the
Main Building.
Thii- 1 -xciiliii' uter {i ittof Owi' ibordl
{)i retiellt is liast, tittle blit;s of
so1y iixriiti- to- i <.5:(tiil, 1)111lthe
'Iiiiix-v-iiv tO fidtiioee if-i is tkyit11
Ilir 1d1'1-e i utu1 liii t s xie ii!iatyrif-
-liv -iiifxl lii , '111[x1 ilt-t t xo t
Iliii it u. Tiii ilie Avidiis to-
11o t.next;xx irk. '11i(1 it is itiiilifii
if' eve xtiiottherv«'ii1tate itsi li;t-ii
'tlits Nvilli11"w ke iii- notiiiitiiteg tp-
iiil iothl.i to ilissi- c' lxiv, kiii«iviiit
soi loiiii)1) ids 14-i Oti- t ol .
lorsexfi (t i-- Iii-ie iy will reinditi
i oie, looks <iii41 a. booxk-liiiito-
x'il'iln iiii -iit it bett hi i -,i niixlth o a,
tit-ild lt II,o' i-x ixe1tiit t oii *ithi oie
titilit- lixoitiit tit-xixi xxiii1dito tie
Alt-. 1 liiisitu it-u-i, ofii li xiit, i"i1lit-
S'iiil xxxihE:' 0tpi lri iliof111' {xi ,-.l ii
-L haid -xso :is litoillt\r itout-covtifolii
tlbooks
Oberlin Review on Casper Whitney
tx-s(btt°11 o ix- x 1x:xxx itkuxjipl
thlii'i t-tIAtf lxtillaffir idso-
1 "tixpir Iixl4t-ixil i- xiii tx-som ri-t
ik ti-ctI ht s -itll(t -i-c-ttl l itsiti'ri
'th{tx- ti x-iill i't r ii' iiiss e f I lox tx-is

AT OALEDARS FO9 1896
Oxford I eacixi t-1 Ii hit-s All ite
flewv tio-s tif the seatsonitcxii tic
seent toxtr stuo-etatidxiili e sol
lt stiudenits it xwhoilessale lirice.
Beaoutifuifttfflotoks 2c eauchi or
live for $ 1.
SHEEHAN & Co.,
Whiolesalt.andixileti iiBook-
se llers. i
- ILD -
AND IMPORTER.

I 1E T 11litGR AND CONCER~'Tixtiatti i olii t irii'xi'ivxiiti oixixuslit-v
___________ toxx vl- t o ioxxiirii tuu iti xi ititittitiof
WILL APPEAR IN UNIVERSITY 1tix xxorviti-t-titiwti artists,. xvii sic
HALL TONIGHT. lus -ititttii iii-ttiit.i ';~oitiitt litixis
Thte Fourth Number of the S. L. A. 11wi h ih~ oiliin:ta
Course to he an Entertainment of cai lleid hteiirti- '
Music-Mrs. Johnstone Bishop, 1lis-i lituut lots i-,i.lt v tiliti-ito
Miss Saud Powvel. Mcs. Clara lie ixuxuiuxIlins axigtux Atitt-v i-iti
Murray and Mr. Von Scarpsa Cornm- i cla in thiictttttinl - hut it
p0s0 tho Company.
______,-, .I bla neitt ititx t.
ixtxxxxttri l iili11w SI titit-1t'ix liettiti ti-tx by ixikitl- xoitix ottl11( iii- o
hi-git, iii <txix i-t ll IUniierity -ill01 ti.vioill. At-t i" tindertihis i(tii

I

tt lirth ii iiit xiii i he iii ltt- llt ii ltic to- tutu ittterxxxix lxi ixxtoox V-ikit-. Wi avlxxx- xtlt tl i tttli

The ilatest anod mlost Faishiuonable

Ft1oti Ittlbile fit- MetisW \Yat if liii Itit itixittt v~oixrittt ofs i this # tt tio1rlix its coetsit. fitre co ilitt xc it -i ttl. Ilk sixrte-
NO. 2areAsGt S T.,; inEA Me iN. filieiiitltu-oil. h otlr ri xxxt t iiiis iirpoo of i itiom 1if li- Poweillt titiit iiiNitt tx-i-stli i tj Al-otft--i--t
in tutir i-iton ii tuic-ssiutis. Pai snderx tihoxst ixstv~tiliii slit- ini lii Atili-ti- txputmt Itiiilxix wetek.
I AD tCut l-s icioix" lthimiit ay sh men recti-it tuth tliixis fo- heirsmar -id5"xxiixt clxlii xhat I ioltti ttii.
fl oie r. (W u lxi tt l exi <rt i iii' st iil intl, tlnt d it-it liilx i . tis ittiix iig lxixitxx- Oro-ititi t r u-l ~:- t li i factoi - . Ii
--A Villiiut Siixtk-xtutiu-t Londioni. xm At~ititi- ini IS o0-A rt-i Axi n xiigfi-Ili i-i-il lto plt oi lii lxe titti, stilt lus s

Sipecial silo tis week,
Illustrated
GI0FT-BOS
Stantlard and Miscellaneous Books,
Calonders and Diarios for 1896.
,Juvenile and Toy Books,
Teacher's Bibles. Largost
stock in the city, 1,000 popu-
lar books at 25 cents each.
W-AlA-AH aR'PS,
Up Town, Dews Tows.
Uinversity Bookstore, Oppossite Court House
20 S. State StL 4 N. ManSt. I

thie slttlgist 'Indlinesltisopranottiiites
ciefly hectause of ius railge, s-eetes
tnd ptower.
A0 tie wr-iig ef tier Ititely saiid:x
"Mrs. Jtlliltne-Bishiop itsotoly tn
artiot of itic hi-gitolstalitling, lint is a
ltady of mtare socuialgifts. Theltre is a,
dignity of hearing abtout trs. Blishotp,
whirls is itn itucfect accortd wit the
highly classic poxo-cos tht m nark the
excellent style of lie renderings. tHe-
breadith of tone, fus gessa, of to-oh-
Weal difficulties, faultless intonation,

ofi out ouxixout xiii Itixiliuigtheii Ili tithelxi l '-xgl-l iii ix tuix uixi IS ofxiil
t~ootili. Ahisox weitll hias layedtillfttt-uli5-.
manyti5hightixiss contcets attdlis of "'lhuro is uiaftfilututtly citusltlt-villc
Olit- highetst udiiivxtittuu of suchit- ttuais It is ulsually ntkniowsn txoiithlii
Dtitxi-tst-lt. Sliphaixto uvxatulule vio- jeit is ulttlii ililtoss^ilt to osiil
tltso, a Guuurneriuus tattdanx Attiti A sh-irtg stuxtiixutt augaintuo uift-tsditi
Mrs. Clutt-uu Muummyo~, the haurplist, is alisuni amiithueundtergrutes is
also a C(icaugo ladty wxho lis recivedl Ite (Illy remtly.
insotructlion utndier the hesi. teachers oif"Paul of Air. Wluitliryis ritarges tire
Eutropie. Mos.Murray is said to lie uudulutteiily wholly wueutg antd part
taster of thte barp and the chief at- agre probahly exaggerated.lBnt twe
tracion to her htearers is dot "how lea-cthat somte of temn containux utore
(Continued on Second Page.) truth thtan poetry."

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