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VOL. VI. No. 73. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1596. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

ONE GUITAR
Is enough for one person to
play on at one time. One
guitar is not enough, how-
ever, to supply 3,000 stu-
dents. That's why we have
constantly In stock several
dozens. of guitars of various 0
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR
U, OFM. GUITAR.
Its good as its name.
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN 00,
S. MAIN ST.
SPALDING'S
Educational
Souvenirs of w
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
A complete set. comprisig Baseball, FPat-
ball, Tennis and Golf pin ers and aicylFst
will be snet to ay adresin the United
states or Canada upon the ceceipt ofit
cents.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York, Chicago, Philadlphia.
Largest Manufacturers of Bicycles and Ath-
letic Goods in the world.
HOT LUNCHES A TLA. HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
-AT--
JOLLY & CO'S.
20S. State St., Sager Block.
Large Line of Fie Pipes. Tobaccos and
Cigars.
TakeNotice.
In order to reduce my stock of
Fall Woolens, I will offer all Fancy
Suitings at cost for c tsh and make
room for Spring Importations
An early call will profit you. At
G. H. WILD,
The Leading Tailor,
2 E. iVassington t,Near Main
r UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
ILLUSTRATIVE CASES
-ON-
PERBSONALATOPEBIY,
Selected by' Prof. Levi T.
Griffin, of She Law. Depart-:
ment,
NOW ONSALE
-AT-

DR. DOCK GETS A CALL.
JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE
WANTS HIM.
Junior and Senior Classes Adopt
Resolutions of Commendation-
Strong Effort to Be Made to Re-
tain Him.
Dr. George Dock professor of theory
and practice and clinical medicine and
of patholegy has received a call to the
Jefferson Medical College of Philadel-
phia. It is sincerely to be hoped that
Dr. Dock will not accept though the
position offers many advantages above
the present one.
Since Dr. Dock took charge of the
chair of theory and practice at ilicih-
igan lie accoiplished the most sur-
prising results and in Drs. Watkins
and Chadbourne the chair has a
corps of as able assistants as could be
found.
The junior medical class met yester-
day and passed resolutions coumnied-
ing the work of Dr. Dock in every way
boti as scholar and teacher. The
seniors have done likewise.
Dr. Dock has requested from the Re-
gents a hospital for internal medicine
and a suitable laboratory for path-
ologilcal investigation. If these are
granted lie would doubtless be in-
diced to remin. In Se last fes
years the medical department have
lost several of its best nien and the
present indication of loss should be
met with the utmost efforts on the
part of the University and alusmni to
retain Dr. Dock.
LOCKERS IN LAW BUILDING.
Some Students Are Kicking on the
Arrangement.
Of the two hundred lockers lotely
placed in the basement of the Law
Building forty have been sold already,
and it is expected that the greater

be the only one by which quiet and or- SEXTON WILL COACH THEM.
der could be maintained in the library;
the entrance of some two or three HIS SERVICES SECURED TO AID
hundred students and the noise and 'VARSITY THIS SPRING.
bustle caused by putting on their Manager Shields at Work on Dates
wraps has, in the past, been a cause of -Games With Northwestern and
great annoyance to those studying Ohio State-Full Schedule Soon
there and it is hoped that the new ar- to Be Announced.
rangements will permit better order Manager Shields is hard at work
to prevail there hereafter. on this season's baseball schedules and
PROF. KIRCHNER'S OPINION. will have the dates of the 'VarsIty's
games ready for announcement within
Speaks to Law Classes on Monroe a short time. In addition to the Chi-
Doctrine.
cago games dates are promised with
In his introductory lecture to the Ohio State University and Notithwest-
senior law class on Private Interua- ern. Two games will probably be
tionai Law yesterday Prof. Kirhter played with each, one of wviich will
touched upon the Zenzuelan bound- be on the home grounds. Other gantes
ary disp"te a" dSte attitude of Great still be obtained willsteprominent
Britain in a way which won the Western nines.

hearty applause of the students. tHe
upheld President Cleveland's course in
the matter, saying that everythig pos-
sible would be done to prevent rash
action in the matter.
Prof. Kirchner deprecated war over
the matter, saying that if this should
be the case, it would be a great re-
trogression from our present civiliza-
tion. "But," he axdded, "if after this
commission has done its work, after
the miost thorough research and care-

Frank Sexton '03 M, has been. se-
cured to coach the 'Varsity. This will,
of course, prevent his playing. Mr.
Sexton's work last year did much to
make the work of the team first-class.
He has the advantage of considerable
baseball experience, having played
several years at Brown, with a year
alt Amherst and a season with the Bos-
ton team in the National league. He
has a reputation among those so'ho are
familiar with his playing of having the

ful inquiry, leavingi o opportiunity for generalship requisite for brisging out
a misunderstanding of the true contli- good points in both team work and in-
tion of affairs, Great Bettitt is found dividual playing.
to be in the wrong but still refuses to
arbitrate the mutter, we will most OUTING'S FOOTBALL REVIEW.
certainly fight her. This doctrine of Standing of the Western Teams
non-interference of foreign powers the Past Season.
stii the affairs of the American con-. William B. Curtis reviews the foot-
tinest is recognized and appied btl season of 1895 in Outig for
among the nations of the old world January. Coinmenting on footbail in
in their international relations, and the West he says:
should be enforced by the United ''Although a few minor gaines were
"44 s

States."
Senior Social.
The next class socit will be given
by te seniors Thursday, Jan-uary 2.

number will be taken in a short time. at Granger's Academy. Excellent
These lockers were provided at the re- music will be furnished and no pains
queet of Librarian Vance in order to will be spared So make the affair the
obviate the necessitty of the students iostenjoyable yet gi-enbyte class.
hanging their coats and hats in the Tickets may be procured of the so-
library. The hat racks -which formerly cial commsiittee: Lewis Sleeper, at 44
stoo in the library have been removed S. 't'welfth st., W. . l.DeWitt, Delta '.
and a number of hooks have been House, Kirke Alexander, Psi S.1
placed in the hallway; these are, how- House, and iW. A. Lewis, 21 S. Twelfth
ever, totally inadequate i number, so st. 'The price of the tickets has been
the atsterttive is presented to the stu- placed at '1 and the number issued
dent of buying lockers or else carry- will be strictly limited to fifty. Many
ing their coats and hats to their seats tickets have already been sold.
in the lecture room. Some dissatisfhe-
tion is expressed at this state of af- B. F. Wollman, '93 L, formerly of
fairs, as many students are reluctant Wrinkle and To-Wit boards, hasi re-
to pay the fee '($1) «ihlt is charged moved fearo Chicago to Kansas City.
or a locker and yet do not wiSh to be . J. Moinet, '95 L, has formed a
inconvenienced by , the presence of partnersi p with W. A. Leet, of
their wraps attheir seats. Mr. Vance Ithaca, Micit. The firm name is Leet
s ys that the present step seemed to & 1 iuet.

played early in December, the season
practically closed with the Saturday
after Thanksgiving day. There are.
no leagues in the West and therefore
no teehnieal championships, but the
various colleges naturally drift into
circuits of teams fairly well matehed,
and the competition in each cass is
keen. As nearly as can be judged by
the scores of the season's play, Uni-
versity of Sichiian leads the western
colleges, having suffered no defeat it
home, and losing to hIarvard by the
creditable score of 0 to 4. NortUwest-
ern University and Beloit College
have each been prominent in their
classes. The standard of play has
been higher than ever before, but
charges of. professionalism were so
frequent as to detract from the honor
of th records, and the miuchi-vaunted
faculty interference and regulation of
last spring seem to have borne little
fruit.
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