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VOL. VI. No. 80.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1896.
FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.
Is enough for one person to
play on at one time.One
guitar is not enough, how-
ever, to supply 3,000 stu- iii
dents. That's why we haveI
constantly in stock severalI
dozens of guitars of various
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR 11
U. OF M. GUITAR,1
It's good as its name. I
THE ANN ARDOR ORGAN CO.,
S. MAIN ST. A
NOVELTY IN GENTS' SUITINGS
AND FANCY VESTING IN '96.
Jos. W. Kollautf,
10 E. Washington St.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DANCING
Opposite LAW building.
TERMS $5 FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR.
Inorder to reduce my stock of
Fall Woolens, I will offer all Fancy
Sitings at cost for cish and make
room for Spring Importations.
An early call will profit you. At
G. H. WILD,
The Leading Tailor,
2 E. Washington St., Near Aain..
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Selected by Prof. Levi T.
Griffin, -of the Law Depart-
-NOW ON SALEB
W-AR R 'S,
Up Town, Down Town,
Uni verity Beoktore Opposite ortHouse
20 . Stats St. 4 N. Mtth St.
A DESPICABLE PRACTICE. offer after last year's experience."
It is a commentary upon the value
ATTEMPT TO STEALING ADVER- of this book as an advertising mediumi
TISING SUPPORT FROM that no loaj advertiser was repre-
UNIVERSITY ANNUAL. sented, with the exception of the es-
WORK OF "OFFICIAL SOUVENIR," tablishment which printed the book.
fhis is a good recommendation of its
Dishonest Methods Which Should
Be Checked - Private Scheme ofiliial character.
Claims to Be a University Publi-
cation. MEETINGS GIVE PROMISE.
A so-called "souvenir" of the univer Dr. Calkins Sucussful in His Evan-
sity was issued last spring, concerni -esticServices-.
ing the publication of which some Dr. Calkins is an old college man,
very discreditable methods have come with long experience among students
to lingt. The despicable p, iXs s. of our eastern universities. Ile, there-
numerous misrepresentations whicls fore finds himself quite at some
the publiishers used in issuing this book anong the students. Ie is welcomed
deserve severe condemnation. By un- by both fraternity men and independ-
true statements they secured contri- ents. His work among the students is
butions from leading members of the taking deep root. le has shown that
University faculties, and then pro- lie knows mi.en, and is rapidly organu-
ceeded in a systematic manner to "do" izing a large moovement which will
advertisers. have a permanent influence.
MEETING OF THE REGENTS
BOARD BEGINS ITS JANUARY
Matters That Will Come Up-Gym-
nasium for the Annual Ball-
Homeopathic Question - Book
Bindery at Library.
The monthly meeting of the Board
of Regents for January begins today.
There are quite a number of import-
ant matters to come up for action at
this usmeeting, more so than there li-ive
been for some time and it is probable
that there will he some interesting
sessions before an adjournment is
The first thing that will be in order
will be the reorganization of the board
for the present year, and new commit-
tees will be appointed for 1896.
Probably the matter of most inter-
est to the student body among those
REGENT GEORGE A. FARR.
Their letter paper bore the heading,
"Official Souvenir of the University of
Miciigan." Their methods are best
illustrated by the following letter writ-
ten by the "souvenir" pubhishersto a
New York firm:
Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 21, 1895.
iteplying to your valued favor of
the 18th inst., as enelosed.
This publication is the Rngineering
Magazine of fe University, as yeasin-
quire. Size of book is 6xt in., and of
type page 4x7 inches.
W'e quoted you our regular cash
rates and we have been getting ftis
price right along from manufacturers
in your line.
However, if you think they are high-
or than youh u-eheen-ac-stoned to
pay, we will give you a diccount of
20 per cent from printed rates, which
discount we give to our advertising
If this is satisfactory, we shall be
glad to hear from you.
Awaiting your reply, I am
This attempt to steal advertising
rightfully belonging to the Technic
did not meet with complete ssceess,
however, as several pages of advesrtis-
tng secured in this contemptible man-
ner were given up to the Technic
board. This was necessary to avoid
an exposure after the Technic was
informed by a prospective advertiser
of the existence of this "official sou-
Every morning from 10 to 12 o'clock
he indas himself pressed with honest
inquirers. There is no class of people,
pei-liaps, who so earnestly stee after
truts as a boty of sudents. The
questions that now confront large num-
bers in our student community: "Is
Jesus linCiststhe way to life?" "1s He
lis Disuse Savior of me "Is ti'
'hristian the happiest isan?" Such
are the inquiries ltat are no coiii-
ing from many. All these Dr. Calkins
welcomes every morning at Nevberry
l'.er v ening from a:t0 to i'elc-k
,,rc~t at will be coisider'w v s that of
he holds a special meeting for students taillitecsieysasi f
granting the use ")f the gymnasium for
in Room 1. All students are welcome the Nineteenth Annual Ball. The fra-
at these-meetings. Dr.Cslisd iersterniites u sihat re at present denitd
that all denominations be represanted, representation in the management of
and that our Catholic as well as out the ball are still strong in their deter-
Protestant students become interested snatiossto light Sheimstter to tie
end. They will have a representative
in these services. All denominations to protest against the granting of the
have always been welcome at Newber- gyrnuasium for what they call private
ry hall. Every student, whethsr Chris- use. Thee other side will -also have
tia or*ot, is essecialy urged to coie its repiresentatves on hand. The
at this time and become acquainted honeopthite question will also prob-
ably be discussed again and some
with Dr. Calkins an the work which action upon it mayhoetsken.
he is-inaugurating among the students. At the last meeting it was decided
Last night in the Congregational to establish a book bindery for the
church, he preached on the subject University in the basement of the
"What shall we do?" "A- aigleheset-main. Yesterday morning a commit-
tee looked over the basement of the
ting sin can clog the whole ethical pro-l hirary and ws favorably impreaed
cess of salvation," sa'id Dr. Calkins. by the advisability of locating the
"Our besetting sins ure the obstacles bindery there. It is probable that ac-
in the way of each of us." tion to this effect will be taken at the
present meeting. The fitting of the
These services c-ill continue everylirrhokooswthecrc gtt
library book room with electric lights
night of the week in this church. will proably also come up for con-
Dr. Calkins will soon give a talk on Alderation and also the granting of a
"New Testament Miracles." i-e room at the gyimnasium for the use of
wishes all honest doubters on this the Athletic Board.
question to comre and talk to him dur- Besides these matters of primary
importance there is the usual quota
lug his morning hours. of secondary 'business, such as the
The majority of students at Cornell making of appointments, the granting
favor sending another crew to Eng- of claims, etc.
land to compete in the Henley regetta Regent Parr, of Grand Haven, the
this year and the athletic board will new member of the board, is. here to
take action on it in a few days. begin his duties.
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It is evident that the publishers of
this swimndle realized a good profit
from the publication as they seem to
be at work on a similar thing fts
year. The following extract is from
a letter written by a firm in Newark,
N. J., to the manager of this year's
"The 'sotvenIr' solicited our adver-
ting this year, but we declined the