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VOL. VI. NO. 86.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY '%9, 1696d.

FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

r ' 'ITHE COIUNG CONTESTS.
00 __
1ONE GUITAR 0 PRELIMINARY ARRANGEMENTS
Is nogh oronepesont00i TAKING DEFINITE FORM.
!I plsyenughforone tpersOnet ___
~ lyo toetn.Oe The Date for the Intercollegiate
guitar iIs not enought, howy- Fixed - March 27th Chosen -
00 ever, to suppiy 3,000 etu- 114 Two Judges for the Oratorical
1N dents. That's why we have O Contest Selected.
00 constantly in stock several Il
S dozens of guitars of various ;#1qChlt'i-' offered. March,27 er 28 ;as
in makes and prices. dates for' the inter- colegiale delbate
+ BETTER LOOK AT OUR 100 tdMcia elni eeto
U. OF M. GUITAR. Aeen.ch 27th. So the celist lbetwen
It's good as ithicago.he
THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO .1 ee nt-i Lfe h00d, o h
S. MAN ST 00 ( oftct("lht t'net yet beeni seleeted.
S. IviA.IN S. ~ TwIovia ldgeseiinltoughit:aadtouto-
___________________________ -itii n avebteeni icloseniifteethe iora-
4 D ystoiitil euiti it here. They arei'Iheg;eit
'1.IJ ~ySI~M ore. L.. L. Barbrllit, oitr e ott, ani, 1les.
SI-it tuact. leisle iof lie 'iStal Put-
F OUR DAYS MORE lariianelhurci of Dtot

-i

THE TRUST FUND CASE.
The Court Heard Arguments and
Took Matter Under Advisement.
lie tl'l iiltllta il t ltuapi"tiaioll of
the repenits to onijel tile Ildilor-teti-
'tatltolily 7 instead oit6 'lrti-i eli ott
Il lllel I appareit for tie I1 iierslilt
Ahect it ctei-ilot if hit'degille-
liii saoue iliie.
FOR THE WOMEN'S "GYM."

PERIODICALS DISCONTINUED.
Quite a Number of Important Ones
Dropped from the List.
Slucthlii litlii'iltitllof thei'list of
leit''iiii'ilv ei't''t'i'i t tlibllrairy, the
Aitlaticg lth uu ls'ilttld
Cenuryu'j.
IForui.
Hattirl' s onltily.
Ntl tion.
Noith Alliriatillevivwi.
P oet Dire.
Pltilal' Si-iet'SMothly.
until liii' 141sftwit.iyears lte ,aboe

01 THSE ...
Money + Getting + Sale.
Eterytllieg illtile Shire at
Reduced Prices..
Men's Shoes,
Ladies' Shoes ins all styles,
Gym Shoes,
Pumps, ,Etc.
JACOB'S & ALLMANDI
fWr Washington Block.
TakeNotice.
In-orilor tto retdice Ilty sttock of
Fall Woolenso, I isill ofiet' tll Fatney
Suitings ttt coist ftr ecish antI nt-ike
100111fot Sprinfg Importa1tions.
Ant £a1ly cetll. itll. profit youl. At
G. H.WILD,
The Leading Tailor,
2 '. WailsgtilNeaS rat Sin.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
ILLUSTRATIVE CASES
-ON'-
PERSONAL PROPERTY,
Seleetetd by Prof. Lev-i T.
Griffin, of the Law Deptart-
ment,
NOW ON S.ALEI.
--AT-
WmAH R'Sp
lUe Tews. Doewn Tows.
University Boekstore, Oepposie CeurtlHouse
20 S. State St. S N. Matn St.

President Adams Vindicated.
liViih-iiiaily tie atiid:tbylt's. Trlt
pot o t he li lllllllt tii of tilt' elt-
t'.ti e vor ittltoi's iof'isitor'svt i. Thi-
1 eotlslglii.ii littivi'-111 th il itt lii' vit
agist e- theimi-Ill i-i o thie-l will-
teit 'a"-t ad Prid entlth' ii111ndtilt'

$120 Netted for the Fund By the htlilleN~. i-'lptIteli it
Talmage Lecture. eroisluvbonlidfryth
'Thiesaie itf 'itugh'lladissaaiontili-ktl aye t'ill 1 thetht'year' utt'i'ilg wii' aso-
vtii-t-i n ted alit fori t iheii fundil fill t ti' lionifii it li t(I tatlie tilt ittdliii' tit(!l'
$51.25.i-led lititi t' si-litattiuriluis it Iiiilit t
HONESTY IN COLLEGE WORK. lliztoi' haolii' isiuetigyliltilitniatti
A Movement Started to netter Ex- Saturid-iy-to drotihehit' titittala thlat
fsting Conditions.-
Iva here'tc ofuor eiiintiroidudein iiitis
h reis a(I los-eteil n. illfot t l )II ii- W li3'.
it's t1hit.Ver(,('ct-' tllh-gi' orIit o(. oni itly Football Talks at Harvard.
lila l'tt-litliiii. o lue tlitlsittfit at Sici-atof
honesitholilitivv he l t. rtiiu a siit ii'a-ii'l ui-Ilill
__________ lout. 'n'ite at-ci-s it-ill Iii'Iiitii'tlv'oSd:
'ollth fiehtutu hiaenit 111h tS, ac1(r oslili 55. Stil with atlk ti ",Ion'a.l

Sketching from Life. r1-fustato bu ily1u1liaf'orit' hit(uits, 'liii' next. hilti lti utill lie ftiveuIti111tI
tiiw 1htly hIi'ha itt of iatig v ,hiitOttalks y hMr~. Williato Itliltathour
'lTose titei-ctin l rii lice1,11 d tiaw- ftititl tiil'lliiia' ith is i-i's-tit it-wri-of ''I ototitrlt u-ISit-to" n l Iow 'to
1tg114; th sega-iltlg ari nIt- afforded dl iisittsseditnd1th ii vs littally ided'tltiSlay 0'',.11a1nd '. -lTlli's ()'. Lalthrtop
,11 hiioltiit'ttilVit toirw ft-alit lift'. ltasess lt'he liiiltersaa lt'hdoll.]i' till "'Ilii- S'hysi tl Stliide lf'aiiit=1.11.''
liii' thittti' i-iltti fw ittlitus hitS iiinthee lso hit-hlttthelb treastury. Afti- tiati' Shiely etithliga, . Ilitr' tsh
tizstil 511w liii'l'titili tlonl a i-hi liii'theuattieva t 11ii-li i i(' ehtuhldhI tllilatis lli w ti--ill- vdati- ch Illeeut-t
ilissItietnig,,foI' ott' hour teveri-ty 51. ha~i'i 'St' sestii. ''Tl yi''t iiil tg
Hutmeswt h casadps' r. Htovey. u-utntiltiass thu'-i-hs, lttu'thu th ialt
criticismupontitlithu iitr. T'l lt'iavi vl ltrdt om ttn~,1,1 n
Is ftiee stiul tfforuds a spleniitihiid pue' Their Annual Banquet. sihtulsuli tii'vfliI11ht
hi.._.lly fotaltll uarettllauuu't liiiv 'itliege
tuility i tiht 11tti'oi isuuth whiel i 'flitetitnual lhuhultl t theii' W'ioiute'ofit aitiit-tig lt-ku ii thl-e st-i-ven
lila-S#teltu'etis'e. 'io' t010stias tagross-iig le ~vil- rAsvuihitioi siill bei'hotlI Ftri- u''fiig.
011th tltis'ew ucomeurs are 5i-chtittlie; xi-t' ~ --'ittg 'll, uhuu'tt tat
heiet'utrtvt'it siill also tie hl-hInat'lsu- i l i uvhhuuclltb tu'ilur t' 'htl lt' 'x'uu'stttgill the gl; tsiut
tondayigaftertiotitiA. St. -M141:,''1)7
P'rof. P. (C. Freer annuouncesaaus ex- "'Tle IDigntityatof Sur P'rofessain,"suri'v t tkh'
atitintiat to heeIseld ittthe hltiser li--Irt.t.'.luusltt.It.Ihhlth'tauitut'-ihtit
"Thtu'Autieuitii's ot theSI'gttl Stro-. e'aitiututuuwsill litcielu itli theupp r't
ttutue'xtoast tmedhical luuilu~ltugSaihuidli3 ivoi.'hru.rt .Ttihhit. lctflrt' tLoounoitt hte unu'-ilul taiiit
F1eb. 5sf. at 10 iti. Iii., for reutoval I "'Theu- Svahtii; of thle Liiiw3'ur,," Satturday at 9 a. Ist., to rcviews condi-
coiutiivuts itsgeteleutIchtettistr3'. Prof. I'. A. IBogle. iessi ut'iuuu'

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