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VOL. VI.- No. 74.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1 96.

FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

O GUITARI
Is enough for one person to
play on at one time. OneN
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
akes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR
U OF M, GUITAR
It's good as its name.
'THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
S. MAIN ST. N
SPADING'S
Educational
Souvenirs of
TWENTY YEARS IN BUSINESS
A complete set, comprising Baseball, 1ot-
bal, Tennls and Golf players and a Biylist,
will be sent to any address in the United
States or Canada upon the receipt 01 10
cents.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
New York, Chicago, Philadelphia.
Largest Manfacturers o Bicycles and Ath-
letic Goods lo the world.
NOT LUNCHES ATiALL HOURS
Chocolates and Candies
-AT--
JOLLY & CO'S.
20 s. State St. Sager Block.
Large Line. of Fine Pipes, Tobaccos anil
Cigars.
TakeNotice.
In order to reduce my stock of
Fall Woolens, I will offer all Fancy
Suitings at cost for cish and make
rpom for Spring Importations.
An early call will profit you. At
G. H."WILD,
The Leading Tailor,
2 E. Washington St., Near Main.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
ILLUSTRATIVE CASES
ON--.
PERSONAL PBOP[RIYI
Selected by Prof. Levi T.
Griffin, of the Law Depart-
ment,
NOW ON SALE
- AT-
WAH R'S,
Up Town, Down Town,
nivenity Bnkste_, Oppste Court ense
20S,1. tate St. 4 N. Main S.

BUSINESSTRANSACTED.
THE ATHLETIC BOARD LOOKED
AFTER IMPORTANT MATTERS.
Report of the Treausurer Heard-
A Small Balance On Hand-
Change In Officials-Sketches of
the New Men.
At the regular meeting of the Ath-
letic Board held .i nRoom of the
main building, Treasurer Hughes
made ils final report for the year,
which read as follows:
MONIES RECEIVED.
Balance on hand Sept. 1,1595-S-....-.--$ 540 79
Cash received from footballgames.... 6,625.48
Cash received Athletic Assn tickets
-363.----...-.--.........-.--.---.-- - - 1,089 00
Cash received subscriptions----i..i- 643 50
Cash received tennis entries--.------- 22 00
Cash received track account, rebate
Chicago trip--......-...--- 71 25
Total-----..-...-.--....-.---.-.......8,992 02
PAID OUT.
Expense track team --- $ 9 50
Expense tennis supplies- -- 13 88
Expense miscellaneous--.--.-------. 168 96
Expensebaseball team-......-- 58 25
Expense football team------ 8,355 51
Total ----- 8,606 10
Balance onhanu Jan. 14,'0 .6--.^-..-85 92
Total ----- 8,992 02
On motion of Baseball Manager
Shields, Mr. Hughes uas elected a.-
sistant baseball manager to serve for
the coming year, and to fill the vacant
office of treasurer caused by Mr.
Iughes election. Edward H. Humph-
rey, 97, was chosen.
The New Offcials.
iuard" H i. il"l" rey awho is a
resident of Detroit, entered thle lUi-
versity with the literary class of '97.
He has never before been actively
identiied with athletics, but has iiade
a good refutation for himself s a
business man in his position as busi-
ness manager of the Wrinkle. He is a
nember of the Psi Upsilon fraternity.

EVANGELISTIC SERVICES
To Be Held Under S. C. A. In Con-
nection With Christian Union.
For sometime the Christian workers
of the city have been preparing for
active evangelistic effort by perfect-
ing arrangements for special meetings
under an experienced leader. All the
Foung People's societies of the city
have united with the S. C. A. to form
an organization for carrying on the
work.
Rev. Wolcott Calkins, D. D., has
been secured to conduct the meetings.
Rei. Collins comes highly recommend-
ed. He was formerly pastor of thie El-
liott Congregatlioinal church, at New-
ton, Mass., one of the three largest
Congregational churches in the East.
This year he is devoting his time to
sptcial aork mong the Universities,
going from here to Cornell. He brings
to bear upon his services not the en-
thusiasm of a travelling evangelist,
but the earnestness of a great souled
preacher and the wide experience of a
great pastor.
The music will be under the direc-
tion of the Rev. D. F. Pugh, a sing-
ilg evangelist of some note from the
Moody Institute, Clicago. He will
be assisted by a large choruss cloir.
These lnion iietngs xillh-gin ii
the Congregiional church. Wednes-
day evening, Jan. 15, at 7:30. The
services Wednesday, Thursday anid
Friday evenimgs awill be preparatory
to the coming of Dr. Collins, who will
begin his work Saturday evening. On
Sunday evening at 7:30, the union ser-
vice will be held in University Hall.

ChORAL UNION COURSE.
THE NEXT NUMBER WILL BE
ELIJAH," FRIDAY, JAN. 17.
The Chorus Working Hard - The
Soloists That Have Been Chosen
-Will Begin Promptly at 7:30 P. M.
The next concert of the Choral
nion series will be given FSriday
evening, Jan. 17. The oratorio of the
"Elijah," by Mendelssohn, will be per-
forined. This work is the greatest
oratorio written since Htaide and is
full of dramatic force. It is unneces-
sary to dwell upon the merits of son
well known a work. The opporitunity
of hearing it adds another debt to
the long list that the music-loving pub-
lie of Ann Arbor already owes to the
University Musical Society. The
chorus has been hard at avork for some
time and is now in line trim. Its sing-
ig will undoubtedly demonstrate its
progress toward perfection.
The part of "Elijah" will be taken
by Mr. Gardner S. Lamson, of the
University School of Music. This part
has been sung by Mr. Lamson a large
number of times and he is recognized
as an ideal interpreter of the music
of Mendelssohn. The soprano part
will be taken by Mrs. Genevieve Clark
W1ilsei, of Chicago. Mrs. Wilsami has
just returned from Leiidon, and a-
cording to the te-stiiony of competent
eastern musicians is an artist of dis-
tinct ability. The alto part will be
taken by Mrs. Marshall Pease. of De-
troit, whose ability is well known in
this vicinity. Mr. Charles B. Stevens,
of Detroit, is the tenor. Mr. Stevens
is one of the most prominent of De-
troit's musicians and sings with a
great deal of taste.- Miss rances
Taylor contralto, and Mister Gerald
Brown, soprano, of Ann Arbor, will
be the remaining soloists.
The concert-wvill begin promptly at
7:30 p. im. This fact should be borne
in mind, as the authorities have ar-
rangements made to begin without fail
at that time.
The faculty concert announced for
Jan. 16 will be given Jan. 23.
Jeffersonie n Program.
The program of the Jeffersonian so-
ciety for Thursdoay night is as follows:
Reading, D. S. Ewing; speech, E. L.
Norris; biography of Justice Iarlau,
B. V. Kohout; impromptu diecussion,
affirmative, Mr. White, negative, Mr.
Aldrich; debate, "Resolved, That the
government should own and control
the railroads," affimative, Mr. Ohwd-
nman and Mr. Stranahan, negative, Mr.
Wiilliams and Mr. J. Hart; critic's re.
Pot
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Ward 'i. iiughses, is a member of Noonday prayer meetings are being
the '98 literary class and lives in Oak held every clay at Newberry Hall at
Park, Ills. He was elected to the 12:40 p.
Board as a Director in May, 1895, and
in June was chosen as treasurer to FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB.
fill the vacancy caused by W. C. Arrangemnts Made for Future
Fritz resignation, which position he Work.
has creditably filled during the past
year. He is a member of the Phi The Freshman Banjo Club met yes-
Kappa Psi fraternity. Under the terday afternoon in Room 24. It was
management of Messrs. Shields and decided that the leader, the mnanager,
Hughes the baseball season will un- and someone appoin ted by the chub
doibtedly be a success. should form the comiimttee to select
Tickets for the Remenyl concet to the music. The club wil l appeal to the
be held on February 4, were given tout clas of '99 for financial support. The
and can be obtained from any mem-
ber of the Board. mames of the club wili soon be handed
to the.Administrative Board for ap-
OFFICERS ELECTED. proval. After the business the club
Engineering Society Selects Some commenced practice upon "The Nor-
Good Men. mandie March," the guitar part to
At the last meeting of the Engineer- Which Mr. Ewing will write. Next
Ing Society the following officers were meeting will probably be held Tues-
elected for the second semester: L. L. day of next mxeek at 5 o'clock in Room
Newton, '96. . E., president; S. Van 24.
Pelt, '97 C. E., vice president; O. J. The address before the Philological
Kraloveek, '99 M. E., secretary; G. Society Thursday evening will be given
Ha'li, '98 E. E., librarian. A progrtn
and a library committee were also in Room E, by Prof. Winkler on iThe
elected. Dramaturgic Principles of Lena"

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