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VOL. VI. No. 91. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 18 6. FouR PAGE-3 CENTS.

i i-

ONE GUITAR
Ni Is enough for one person to!+
S play on at one time. One N
S guitar is not enough, how- if
S ever, to suppiy 3,000 stu-
I dents. That's why we have
constantly in stock several
+ dozens of guitars of various i
S makes and prices. t
jBETTER LOOK AT OUR I
t U. OF M. GUITAR.
It's good as its name.
STHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN GO., 11
N S. MAIN SIT.
J a c o b s &lm- - n
'Take_ Notice.
hinordor to redtce sIny stock of
Fall Woolons, I will offer all Fancy
SSnitings tst cost for cesh and msake
room for Spring Importations.
An early call. will profit you. At
G. H. W I LD,
The Leading Tailor,
2 a'. Washingtosn St.. Near 31ain.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
ILLUSTRATIVE CASES

MAGAZINES ARE NEEDED.
FUND STARTED TO OBTAIN
THEM FOR LIBRARY.
Subscriptions May Be Left at Daily
Office or at Library-All Students
Should Subscribe.
As is welt knowin, the litrary comn-
miittei' was obtliged, to itroti isnuimber
of the iio potiular periodicals at theelnn fteya eas flc
of finsiit. The need for th ese periodi-
eals has tbecoise miore ait iimore ap-
parent suit so the tDaily lhisdecieed
to inaugusrate a iiubcipttioni list by
wiels the necessary amsount iiay be
secureid.
By this means the msagazines cans
be obtaisned willsbsut slighlt cost to
('eth reader. It is holied tlthat lii-
deists geiellty wilt resonid promnpilly
so the lbt,.4e in be ordtered at onu'.
Suibscriptions msay tbe lhnded to the
eilitor-in-chief or to the slanagili
ediitoir orliley nay bi' left at the Daily
ofice any eveninig or (deposied ini the
Daily box iin the resdisig roiiis of thec
genersl library. The list as it inow
staiids, is asi follows:
[The U. of M. Daily, - $15.00
J3. A. LeRoy, - - - 1.00
P. C. Xeyer, - - - 1.00
WILL RECEIVE NO GRINDS.
Castalian Decides on a Now De-
parture.
.'he ('astatiass boarit has decited. to
aibasidons lihi1)1(3childish deparlinit
of pei'sonal grinds, anin l its plasce will
put a colteciosi of sketchies of humor-
o(shiicidenfs of -University life. Tis
moansis that flayito list wais thie short
plersoiiai roasts that base been a feat-
iire in the past, but it does inot ineami
that they have donse illiy with es-cry-
thinin sthe nature of grinds or ti lt1-
cisurn. If aniyoiie knlos-s a laulghalte
story os' asmusinsg charascter thit c an
be written ilts a sketchs, they are de-
sirons of receiving this, as a contfribu-
floss to tile grinsd department. Thle
grindt boxes for ouch contributions sre
iso the 0matn hall.
Banquet of '95.
'hes sl'meb's of the class of4'1tt wo
are stilt issthis University hlId a slest-

Writings of College Students. C ASPAlt WHITNEY HIERE.
fRts-sier Johnsin is Amierican University
Masgaziiie]I EASTERN ATHLETIC AUTHORITY
A itistiisgisi'.ieit trofessorusis a,'cll- VISITED THE UNIVERITY.
legs slot: far froiss New York,,'ity once Will Address Athletic Representa-
saild to mil'thist the studeitsis ini thsi'tives of Western Universities at
sI'glists ussiversitie's, s-here hei' hail Chicago on Saturday.
Stnliel' s; ellas n Aine'lc, wre t'asp rit W. Whitsney miadeta iflyinig
a moss- serious' lot of younisgisless, iesi
visit lii AnnisArbor yesterdaly, spetding
iif gresiter intlellectuasl iindepensdensce
a coulte lit hours: on use campssuss. Its
lisssshellsllr~sillills ii ssi cl-is goling throsughi the west to look over
loges.ie cited the smovemsent thath tlltcOfiifii5stsileuto
of Ofor, ad tok Is n~ile -f lu'h susbject ini Detroit last slight at
the Detrisit elub.
thatunierstywhih afecedthein- "My nisosions in the west is two-fold
ti'llei'fuls life of Englansii, sid said
ini its naitursi," saist'Mr. Witiey.
tha til'isitissies f Ofirstsisit"I'iest, I will spleaks of siy besefor
('asistiristg' hail so fsar de'velopethidle
tperssnalcontact wills the sslassigers. of
chsaracterigtics 1051 lowers of many of aheisi hsclee.Ihv
the great IEglislisoei that their fs-ist- eit es oieo lesai ir
till' careers wire often cor'retly pe- ldytters fr'oii others,, slid I ,si convinscedt
ttei't i'isi us' sisvirslylii' Ittthey sirenowiisv stronigly wsithi
Whet'he'lir or slot tuhisiompaisonsis
juist, suersstesi , inltheir writinigs in ea te er ntel ppsdt
miy view of tse case lasf fall. On Sat-
the college tapstireixhibit si lick of in-ssrdaiy I will inset Ilisiss iso Ciisigo,
iteii'isi'it liosghlstiisreslt; teiandstwill fles ititidess. thesisill full on
best stories lire those built uphon letsi.Te'wilb eteet
imiditls; lts'iressasys are gesicrally cttler'es''-iyofMcigas ur
drapshed skeletonis of a tirofessor's lie- -
due, Nortlw-estersi, Univ-ersity of
tire, 55st un' lifject Itel' btiiMilmesshis, Lake Forest, tUsiversity of
go ontsite of their text-bioiiks or cut- WIscosisin, University of Chilesigo, and
hsturat lreadinig. So far l ipulicisdques
one1 or two. tlsem's. Their pulrpolse in
hLios sire 'on-ernled 01' affastrs ioVfbi'
insanttha ar +Amin th gratthus losiisg loelii's is to fiirniilsst
insasi thst ire tirili ths Ua)rules for thie governmsent sit their ills-
sntsiuie wrddwi'isitulicli ssiolidbeiif
tics illItsi future tha~t wiltltie sw-orns
lirst imiportaisci' 15younlsg mseisoo1101tfo
becme ctve itzen, or ollgeto asidt obeyeut by ill alikse. hs
hie'iiis' s-his'citzen, ur olhgerusles w'illtie biased onsthsetasterid uea,
studets, judtging frositheir pliica- si ill~~t urtliiti ral
tions, siigiit as will be livinigill thii'
siisg of this scopie ofIthi spsort ini lis
dasys of this Mexicas is-a:r. tnesisiths
west"
tration of this is this sillire' ignorisig
of the struggle fur indleieidece' iiat Yale at Henley.
i's niosyi goisng oss in Cusbta. A's lisa-ie's It hiss beess theisnitesntions if tileVista
cau~se that sills bighit 'xpec'st wou1lT'uivei'si.V float fClublos rii i.

-ON- ing Saturday smornsing and decided to
PRSNeniiiioldthteir banquiet on Mlacis 13. J. L..
P ~ )IIL PROPERTY, Loris was elected toaustma~ster. lInvita-
lians will be sent to all msembers of
Selected by Prof. Levi T. the class w-ho can be reachsed.
Griffin, of the Law Depart-
menit, Graduate Club.
N W 0 ' K aO .AL E The graduate club will meet at this
-AT- residence of Prof. Alt. L. D'Ooge, '7
~- ~ S Wastenaw ;avenue, SaturdaT at 7:30
XJES[.IXS y,1 p. m. Prof. It. S. Garhart will read a
paper upon "The Humanistic Influence,
Up Town, Down Town, of Science." A-1l graduate students
Universlty Bookstsre, Opposite Court House
it S. Slate St. 4_N. Main St. are invited to attend.

lire this symispaiyI of younmg Asossris'ssmis
-a neigibiimg ptootle fighltimg,Iad.
fighting well, for freedtoisiigaisist as
cruseh lind supeirior eneni- such yet ousr
'olle'ge imienlars'cointenttto gosis re-
wvifiig otlier pi'ople's literasy crhti-
cissis or cultivatiing a. feveriosh excite-
iseist s-ier footbtsll galles. This broadh
mainiess tiat prompited's Hamilfon,
sshii'maonily a studi'st sit Coliuisbia, to
thsusIsis way ouonsthis platformsandmo
meaki. a stows-h that tiurne'itthis indif-
ference of thue crow-i into glowimig
p~atriotism, is la'tssit ini our c'olle'ge
studiemts tosday, or we ohmshl uave
chubs of Cuban symspatlizes in every
college ansi3thes president would be
kept busy checking thse outbursts of
filibustering sophioniores ands the deep-
er machliiations of mors matured
seniors.
F ifteeni tf the senior eingineers went'
to Grand Rtapids today to assist in
testing the new pumping engine of this
Grand Rapids waterworks.
Subscribe for the Laity.

'uimtest swithItitls yeair's winnesur of this
'(Oxfor-'m iriutge Umiii'srshhy ilce,
but owsing to this imipossibiity of fix-
img up~ons a late whiceh -s-old be cons-
venient to bioth, this V. t. tB. '. his
sticideid to eniter a, crew in thisHnlehy
RosyahtRegatta of h806. The rgtts
wiltl stakehici' in th seuondulwe(,s of
Julhy, smut Vsse'ssr---i'froisimanoswon
-i-iill stevote aisths efforts tinpeptarinsg
Sfor thms contfest.-Ytsle Asses.
Prof. Mechem In Popular.
trot. Mechem iniuishiedhibstectusres
on Wills ansd Admsinsstration to the
rsenior lay,-hss, yesterdtay. This woo
af'rof., Mechem's last. appe1aransce before
Ethse chassuitd in response to calls, far a
speecs he sol' feelingly of thseir asso-
Lciations during this last two years, and
in biding farewell to thischas- was
tmucs affected, leaving flue platform
Sfollowed by the feeling and hearty ap-
eplause of the clas.
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