100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

February 07, 1896 - Image 1

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1896-02-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

lie tt* Of

Vor.. VI. No. 92.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY T, 1896.

FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

i' VO.V.N.9.UIESTtFMCIAFIDY ERJ1Y 86 ORPOS3CNS

1=922 212ims 4rt
~ONE GUITAR I,
S Is enough for one person to
play on at one time. One
suitar is not enough, how-
ever, to spl 3,000 st-
det.That's why we have
Oi oesof guitars of various
makes and prices.
BETTER LOOK AT OUR
?U. OF M. GUITAR
N It's good as its name. N
N THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,
S. MAIN sm.
1896. 1896.
SECOND SEMESTER
New and Second-hand
will be sold to stu-
dents at special
reduced rates
At Sheehan's
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS AT
BARGAINS.
TakeNotice.
In order to reduce my stock of
Fall Woolens, I wil offer all Fancy
Sitings at cost for cash and make
room for Spring Importatons
Atn early call, wll profit you At
~<G. H. WILD,
The Leading Tailor,
I2 E. Washigton St. NerIrawttl.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
ILLUSTRATIVE CASES
-ONr-
PEBSOKAL PROPERIYI
Selected by Prof. Levi T.
Griffin, of the Law Depart-
ment,
NOW ON SALE
-AT---
WAH R'S.
Up Town, Dw Twn.
nversity Bookstore,- Opposite CortHouse
2 S. State t 4 N. Men t.

IT IS STILL UNSETTLED. fa w:' fation asto tie 1r, ipls' f THEY LAY PLANS FOR WORK
THE "ANNUAL HALL" MUDDLE ldies iDae refused to ;o as diaper- PREPARATIONS- FOR UNIVERS-
NOT YET PEACEFULLY ENDED. onss t hyua~r htte;tare ITY SUMMER SCHOOL BEGUN.
The Nine Fraternities Bound for 11 eil catriiried thtrouighlI lON a:iiay Under a New Rue-Appointments
Toiedo-The Four "Outs" At- and that it will is' well Aseesll That Have Been Made-The Or-
tempting to Hoid a Baii Hr- to the ltit down there liey eay tt ganizaton of the School-The
Their Pios-Other Rumors Afioat,. Low Courses.
etey r'amgement possibei O 1as____
Since fltehst issue of the t).ily sde for tie'coitfort of those tilt The Sumier School of 'ti6 is to lbe
te trouble aimoing the fraternties go. A secilltraii of nine'ars till oiitisitetliipodiffetrtbalsis than
over lbs AiunlPall nmattr' has is e reeved antd ireard fo tee if has bre ettitoftr(.Atte too
stttledl iew asets with creat rati'-Imrtty'atd will ate the right o sWay sessions of te scttolti tresily held,
itt. ASt ireenuf it seemsg quite likely tT oledowitih no stops. 'fhy tanitinliy intettitor who oaretito offe'
that tiers will be two anual balls, there will be io ttore likeliltood of retres imight (10 0 fret'ly uiiirster-
junior hops. et' wtevert tt'they aylbe 1lieyosng lades caltcing red lkuufain tetrictioins. As itresult 111e
clled, given by the stueite of this Slier totltt be iii riding frntht e tit'iios ttopular tehets received the
Unitersity tFebrtuary 14. The inintehbes to lte gymnaium~tl if the tatl lasgear remuntterations. To oertirtlte.
frafeenifies are goinig ahtead with their wtre fielt he', titletiltirslty adt to obviate lt'e rob-
irepartaions for hlinitg their bll ini FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. able10rtsh of itstrutors tiat the in-
'ledo,etnd tir fouth tler literary -autiil stires of latsttummer woll
fraternities are latining for a ball in The Laws Trying to Secure Hon. ersoi iergil otetli ie
ft'gymnit umeiiitie skeeIight. BnaHtewod.otied a ride itttiting tie itltlititi-
Weditetclay affetiotn a 197 cltss Tie seior litercltiss leS yreertly unttleito the handie of t'redet
merting "vsehield antd a moiionI was to hear the telort of lt'eroillilitee Agll.
inte't'lu"d to a -it forte11uise of te 5appo5it tedt eteuri' }ca 3etr Sfte After carefulosieiterttionte fol-
-ylttiasittiti February 14 fot' ajtnior lasiliilto's IBirhdaty. Te oitti- lswing illpoituttits hae bentn-
hot, as gal as afar. This swas Ist etee had sent aiivitation to Hot. nuett tihysis, Pofs. tHed utd
fty avto of ttwety-otteo tewenty. iBejlemin Bstternres'ell, of Ohio, ant Patero; rieititry, Prtf. IE. .
Thre fotr fratertnities (did not let this reeisverd frot hihu a favoraibls reply. Camtpell ant InIsterutts (lt'rge .
step thtemi. owever, buttdeotsitedl The onmitite stas insfrctfe by the iHigley, Dait M. Lieblit I ftd Prry
$i1lS with Sereary Wade tied aketd class to acept te eris offered by F+.'Trosbridge; Latin, teo. Joet if.
ftr ftseuse of the yitinasitittifor' tiM. Butterwsortli antS lie still nitobtilDrake adti hiteteteoes Carece1.
11011penitto ayitiuetdenttin tslit' 111- be thi spseake fee thi aite .rettl*. Me aereeadtH eny I,. Rlt'eie; Etg-
versty Februalry 14. 'Tey itrld a Butlterworthl cuteforseve-l end eViratlie, P'rofs. Deututou, iemhl itnh
metetitng last night ntl teidetd that, tnieibe of otteres, hits beet for it Scott; ptdtgogy, P'rof. B. A. Hinlte;
seit itenusmbtteramtong temtseles utuuslt'u'of yeatrs prthuinetith e flt'atienittice. lrof. 14. 111. Bomatnu,
alreadiy tiegeltt go, ty still hol tilitics Of Ohio tatnthof te IlttioaltAst. Prof. iset tudIsftuctrs Ly-
thetstaffair if thirty intdept'ndents still atnd is an orator of exepitional tbiltiily. nau, Gleeer nl fHtll; ptlifiicl sot-
lroliset oatitenld. They will aseer- 'h oI'lttttileteasistrute to tcoi- only, Profs. 1-. C. Adtalt5att F. 11,
ttinthSils ftoy ialdtholdanthoier tutet- fer iths eeilttittt'ts romutefituher'u
lsto ltweessteseto uendehaor ttseties'Ttyle; Frenchit.Itsleutr Motil
ing tonig'ht to decide ref'niutelry othtitheir c-oetratiotntii this rtarrlases aud Levi; Giermanti, Insrucutors L. 1. Mc-
uttfete'.They ,'y ttt hilst ithi t' asaugerntts tfoeho thaty, ut faiig el atdrnust oes; iistory, Instetucto-
atnuont tureatysubcribted autuetg ii this, te exercises wiii be given in Rels W. Dw; atrotomy, Iterutor
tleuslvt's tiley'caia ioldtirtetsafftirit'e1115 uetande undetiuhe il'atsics of C. IR. (Gills;geountefy antIdtrawitg,
tor '4 a ls ln.yay, butt ciiii tintdo soutles tl 91ls cestltInstrutrs Cartince S. Wrettotre
they ctanhlie' at least outs undre d Not Based Upon Facts. eand HebetJ. Glding; eigineeig,
coutplesset this Sher. An article appetted in te Wti'htfe- Sut. C. G. Taylor; moploogy, Asesds
Meawhle rmos av bancu-tacv' Eenig Tunes, Janutry24thi, tents Etandor antiLoti; boty, As-
renftallthiseek that the intue tutter-onltuung othis effect: "los Black- ssans Polok acurlCrozir. Ohers
nites erereay o aaudi te panbun, fts city dg sctcher, s umakug is . 'or il be appointed later.
of going to Toledo, and it Is staitdthattgionyaterigndgtilut This Lawvshool courses will be of-
the wnt o ecrtay Z'ae Wdns-a license. lHe has taken in between fried by Prd's. Tomstonstu, Wilguse
da ndl armedi if this gytiuasitio 13 anti21dig o'at Johnson ead Instructors fHughs,
1053'n' 00 eog 'fo wicItie lis Snitifiandh Dwye utuitsearautsete
cwcultd be reinted o thuen) agini, -f ieceived 73 cents nd nhstt'.rdshathuuienuit th anteru-eei-u
lilly sotch bring back t"r 10011nd intl t'uis's-. Aintg his late cachuse by tos ihlihld abe'.
accptth cndtins mpsih .) t etas a a tutithbelotgitg to 'M. Luudick 'fle utetbes of thits femstyItfeers-
regt'nts. The reasons gi"eit Sot their and a pusig whicht Mir. Cramer is look- ed in he Sumtmter School hell a inet-
oindo for and can't find." The rofes-lu yevngertlcedhi
are atthereudstonfluerip to lug i-foloitg oficers wvho cwiii officiate Silo
aretha tier iscen~destiledl~i ofoe of the histology, physiology nd couing sutnme: Citiruiath.E. A.
faeitsuitong themselve as to ll' phsrnuacology laborafoies say they Lyman, secrtary, E. II. Mlensel, x-
plan, ht only a fewv faculty ladies have not bought ey dogs from Blck- ecutive committee, J. . Seed, E. W.
ciii co scuS to act as pattonesses as burn for some fluend those tasht areDew, G. . Higley.
usual andthlen a good inan' of tin' in use at present come from out of A Correction.
grls asked have declined to goi en ac- the cMy, again they Stave no u~e for
cout of the inconvenience of t. such a large nunmber as is claemed Owing to an error ie subject of
t.I taken in by the dog catcher. 'hee Prof. Cariart's ppe to be read e
ti.laborakres are this prncpal ones fore the Graduate Club, Saturday
The eccmmittee in harg:orte To- that make a scientific experient even-g was 'given as "Te Human-
Istic lll empbasicl ly de ny isis. such t use of dogs. The mstiff and pug istloc Influence of Science." It soeuid
In enions on their part. Tey u'Siuit dogswerenotd'soe of attese be "Ties Humanistic Element in
thitt there is much dissatisftic?lon i -In lb triea, scence"

Back to Top

© 2017 Regents of the University of Michigan