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VOL. VI. No. 93.

UNIVEIISITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1696.

.FOUR PACES-6P CENTS.

t S

ONE GUITAR pesnt
j Is enough for onepesnt
.play on at one time. One
guitar is niot enough, how- 55K
Oi ever, to supply 3,000 stu- 3p
l dents. That's why we have9
AN constantly in stock several I
S dozens of guitars of various IsI
+ makes and prices. O
+BETTER LOOK AT OUR +N
{{' U. OF M, GUITAR,.
I It's good as its name. ISN
'THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.Dl"
I S. MAtN ST.
1896. 1896.
SECOND SEMESTER
MU TETBOK1
New and Second-hand
will be sold to stu-
dents at special
reduced rates
_.t Sheehan's
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS AT
BARGAINS,
TrakeNotice.
In-osder to reduce nay stock of
Fall Woolens, I will offer all Fancy
Sitings at cost for catel and make
Aroom for Spring Importations.
An early call-will profit yen. At
G. H. WILD,
The Leading Tailor,
2 Ei. Wasinbgton St., Near MIain.
WAH'S__BOOKSTORES,
l~e cao supply yes and at the lowest
prices, all
University Iext Books
for the Second Semester. Large
stuck of Secondhand Text-
Books at Special Prices.
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS.
iWriting Paper by the Pound 15c,
20c and 2tc. Sole ageutfor Water-
man's Ideal Fountain Pen.
WBAH R'$,
Up Tows, news Town,
University Bookstore, Oppositeortiiouse
2OS. State St. 4 N. Maln St.

ANN ARBOR BALL ASSURED.
FOUR FRATERNITIES HAVE BEEN
GIVEN USE OF BUILDING.
Wiii Dance February 4-Wil Be
00 Coupies In Attendance-Fee-
iminary Arrangements Made.
lThe our fraternities have lornin i-
feoimedl 1w rrtasy Wade thaiteir
request ior 11e use oof te(ymniu-sii
bid sbein t'graited. A iiictiin g sr~
llat the Dela Ili-ileithouse Ll:5ft
iight andi pseliiiuary rraungeuicits
iorelipefeted for lolsiig the bal.
TIhoir iin charge say that ai least 10o)
couples wtlhi- on thecflor. 'fhy
asssay thait Delta, Chii, DeltaSigma.i
Deltaiwand Xi Phi tat will altesdit he
AsnssAhesrhbll if tliy go at all, a-
thoug1h it is io lttei' whether they
sill attesul indsividua~lly sr, so frtersi-
tie's.
Dr. Albert , Foote.
A lahte snuiibter sof the topula
Nows acosntainsatle foloinvsg slibort
sketch. of Dr. Aet IE. F-ot, theiis-
Iingisheds' sc ienillshutnd iiierlhgst
woost diedl tbisinter aill .tiih
"D~r. Foofe wa1ls borni iii iiiltoii
. Y., Feruasry I0, 1841. Aftes' grai-
atiig at CorandtlsiitAcdemsy, Ilasser,
N. Y., le esfered Ills elastof 1817 in
tiii Usiises'iy of the Sates of Mli-
ciin, where le ook the ee~er ofio--
toe f msicinesi. After sol imise'
seispotaiii istrictirat AnnsiAror,
lie wassi a~po itdasisoit trfessr
sf liesistry asduit nessrrslogy iii lis
Iowaate-iollege
"I 1875 Dr. IFoote remioes to Pia -
aitelpisi. Ie 5il a life miesber f
11(0 Acadtemiy of Naturasl Scieces, of
tihe Ness York lisisesisi of NstssAl
Iti-fory anditheli-AmieiasiAsscisafioni
fr ft- Advanseet:i tf Sienee. r.
Ftte's extenided tasiels, ottsinitiis
counitry sastdIEuroe, sate hiimspaoric-
slsrly swell knownin i sciestile circles.''
Will Be Held on Honor System.'
'rie esssisatioi i Physiology
Tiseoasy wilt, e cosdtistei o ilii
horror system. Prof. Loniard i (1t the
qusesfiosn to the Chss yesteritsy mor-
ing: "Whititer lthesoulitwatl thesi
like atlolicemaitn, or sodihe uy e ptn
osn their hionor?"' It svas voteil by a
isisge smaoriy that they soustle put
on. their honor.
Prof. Lomblardt will read ltse ques-
tions to ft' cds, renaiing in the
roons to answser questions suet to keep
orider for a tibe oter which le wll
feel t libety to go out, returning in
tne to ollet the pper.Tlis will
he the first time this systenohhu, been
tried! In the medical depatmet.
UNTIL COMMENCEMENT -The
Daily for $1.50.

FIRE AT BROWN. ATTITUDE OF REGENTS.
$6,000 Blaze at That Institution Reent Butterfield Interviewed on
Tuesday, Homeopathic Question.
Broiwtn Unsiviesity snearly lit-fits tigosifButteifriell ias isllrieaaei
asir-it lhop' ('llege ad latI d sllilealt (lias i taphla by era crrspontsdti
Hall Pb- ist- Te'tsil-yA janior(Iils- oisfto Frei-ssi-I'sis s-cet-iil-i es-asi
'ovt--cied istliey lacsze ii - lasiietiioithe altilitue f list-Boardidof its-
f tietCollege' i a lasge stti- trll acoctenig ihe-sremsosval of lihe
till's' bis, ind asagener-a alt-iisc lla;hiiitpaaituit- itn-l ssit t liii soi.
siesit out; hut leftist- uit usrsrivdt liii'" lsi'elims is siah-Ie hat il(,- Regnts
ii'e hatleics-eath-i t'riif. igil tivettiyit f issitllii'lass ilsi-tisg
soomswesreibuPneos-lutll.andil aitthe thiemii t resitss've tlth eas-tsu-si t
othersroomsiililt'lssiling er- siak-Deitroit" Ire is iutedlitlas lyilg,"'hit
ci.Th 'l'ohss is abotsi. $5000tol I lii'thils is a. mistalke. IIvsa,,as nittil so
s-a'p1a-uioss andui$1,0t0titho lstudisintsa.of fliii-lass I mltheIisfenidts of it-e
s-itvi'ri-l by issausiasss'. iioii' C'olleg.-l tO-illi- lashuld -lconvey to liii- os-tia
is lt'h tliest of liie' Browss-si lutsgs ie fits'-abusilisg usn assirotsushi'
anid was i''i'i'uly s't'modttiill1ills an 'arsangi'unsii for huelist'usat-oitto ishiloi-
exiw-ssiofii$501.00.ltai fiee' o1'chiarge,. 'The-Regunts hut
snittfelciall isphitolitike anuiteer,~
Baseball at Pennsylvania. ut i I-isisis loet. 'T'esinltush' unease
'T'l'Peusnsylaniassficulssiyhlass dei- 110ey lihave usatitis t ti-I lls ltinu
idita d uhtrsitsrict-ly o lt' inrofce- oa tsis s'e eal u'asu hr u Irt and, u
lil-lt oh'lth sushi- debarsruig isis l r 111(th'yhsasuhid l Ilst ohit. s-s-i-i, l, lisy
afihli' ti-auiuiwhoisit e -lilud''t ius'iul scrtii'he-uslat'of is iuttahtiii.buh
suisusss' niness. This ua siluerislyi' e5i t ofiimp1'iediiiingiliii' 'i'ilrt'uii'iilit'
us jutridthl' ou-hu'sof liii- i-sisl-lhscg'iuts ihave itigone (11ut isiir iciy
salia.scaat l hss luxi 'year, 'asto hlp "themtosi geti inuto courti ad
soet'ssilof thi s'tidpily's'- will bi' settle thureesIt, l (listionts-ivsotlvti-i
dei barredt by3'this niu-.sl ietig ol' I is isipossibile'toiremovei the lst
is facsuslv cnlls sute and ----r-a- ahstiol 10to heto ilsui cs-i'll ire~t ' il-
ti' lsuiti-s- sa- h- hi Iet lil'fto es -ig liihe ui'alea getsixpen lsttf
slk oeits-iu-e i'situatlioiin. Tl st isut of liii'sichs litdsi-iucinisg corsesi'pind-
liiiesmeseisng 'asuhaInil lil( t-uit c- igl' lhe- 'dthi-sey of l'till s,1ee ii-
s-ia- firmssly v iiss's'iitlt liii'offendi- heululileus I ivotll st'e righl it
-rssdiiitiol nfinssgi-flit' use hi- u hitsgele igisl~t'e tsIspa i'cl liihe I'ss-
igsirsluiu- tutsthlinkling thetytcouulitsvorskl3ansusotulhussily13 rui iiandtoI
1st-i-itwiis ii hie -re=,eited'ih hiuts. ri''tivi'ifi thBosrdof Ihigi' ils td
'heri'iefsire- t -ws dcideduhisllhiat .-sh s"lot I,;i5111115ibt1 fos thesiesto it
mssis idid no1 t.iseruveu'theisvuiiege iiiwst-ilstlii-fusnsts nawi usthiirhsuss:h.
hsi'lrr reeti-'l'i'i'nlg lit-univesi'ty.l' Unity Cub Entertainment.
Allliuusghin li rsarl senssissud st insit,
it is fet-haut inithei'ei-sit iitiill ,sus- 'lher' isill lii-inotseiie narlsssuu in i
'sedi it s purpse oftas- issisusg lii'eft'he 'Uni la( us curus'oliiiAhuusihy
lillttwailet'it 1153' ijure eliii- cesail liieel erastid 1(3aslect-l'iure I hsi
of snsci-sssfu-h1aatletis' lesuis frth- l shssus-uo Sunay3'eeninug 113' Hon.
prsenut t ilal phove tf Isstisiglt-st- EdwrdrPt. Alens, ccf psilniti sil liii
it toalpirts sit sllhiuids--sarvrd su' tbjet "'T'tre aleal Asseirsuu." 'Ills
Crimssons. foltissg hetsri aill b l3talsy
evenig. Ft-b. 3, on "'hiss'ltsiontsiof
Oratory at Chicago. ('Color to iii'e'Emsotios," y fDr. llallil
'T'e Uivsesiy of,('hiltago tirsuoriesl IWilson, of Ditroif.
Assastieu his eliel-ted le foilloiing History of Music Course.
otiri-sa: residisit. V. (I. olisisou;
III'iof. Sisusihy clsehs' ils-tnlls-os-iiliii
sice priesdent, IH.(I.sie se icretary,3
C'. W. Stewvsat; treasustrr, IA. 'T. l'il. l-te-tfMsc3tstrhu sil
shoritaill ii 'it'sity hall, gi--
if. P Bualshilies sosPu-s sohitel g se-l1011s fronts Iliiian oeras.
ts-sass-e o tisNo-Ihesi ustohah 'sat of "Noesss, " "liT-e Baber of
League inrlsce of AbrahasmusBowses-- Seile," 'liliaiii Tell" ad ohirs
resxigned, is elsuessr. 'hdss chiusatnofdthis
'Thie questiosi of adniittingr graduIlatsteces.Tecniuaino h
sluduosts to the rouing deate withla re et eetrwllb eoe
Columbia has besn decidedu in thi-r t h ap prs
efavor. February 28 has been selected Prof. . Davis ivis aled frot
as this date for the local oratorical cro- this tniverity this first of thus asee-i
test and Arch 4 for the preliminaries owvbng to thse death of a nedhew in
for Illse. Lakte Forest debate. Saginaws.

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