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)NDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1896. Fouit PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VI. No. 95.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, AIO

VOL. VI. No. 93. UNIVERSITY OF MIChIGAN, MC INDAY, FEBRUARY 17, lsDd. Fou~ PAOES-3 CENTS.

pOINE GUITAR 11
1 Is enongh for one person to
S play on at one time. One
guitar is not enough, how- t1ll
W1 ever, to supply ,000 otu- H~l
dents. That's why we have
40l1 constantly in stock several 00I
dozens of guitars of various 1141
I makes and prices. 0
01BETTER LOOK AT OUR iLt
i# U., OF M, GUITAR. i
gi It's good as its name. IT
111 THE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO.,6
4l1 S. MAtN ST. ll
1896. 1896.
SECOND SEMESTER

LECTURE BY MAX O'I{ELL. GUESTS FOR THE "FROM." SEVERAL STUDENT ROWS.
Those Entertained by Delta Sigma
FRENCH HUMORIST TALKS ON Delta and Independents. GOOD FIELDS FOR ACTIVE MIS-
SIONARY WORK.
AMERICAN SOCIETY. 'lrigianttlei siigu
Class Fight at Ohio Weleyan-
says There Is No Typical Ameri- Saturday's pairteli r li'ns oif gui -Is. Trouble at Missouri - Wholesale
can Man-Thinks Europeans Can eitertaiil for the Aiiiisl l'lsileia5ie Suspension of Medics at Ohio
Teach Us How to Rest-Enter' h y 1Dclta Sigmia Deltaan11d iithInls'- State University.
tains a Large Audience.
pi duits wi-re oliiit ted hi Saturda ,'jAcodil op(,,diptle l
Mlax t)IllI ith his faculty ci kec- 11 511cr, 'hoise eterstamleud1 ebrdy ti 1U5slscls-ss l
I 8a Stmierduly's patti-is thiii' into-i scsit
olis1svatiolliiindlipoer' of lililili.iiiils 8401gisaDelticwr'ci5 it t hus oWeus;leyt an cnie en-
po-t-syal amused soid instrncted ia Mrs. lDe. togs, o01'Aima t-ar. 'll's. ggi nm eiu i- o ess l
larg;eaudienee ill the fifthnumber of ;;1outi, of Ypsilanti, said Mrs. Iteulsel,whcliipoeimnoflswr,0,
the S. L. A. sour-ea't tmiivei'sity 11x11, of Ylssilaiti, clipeyrones; Missl Whichl)l ulft'elpoilemensuit ccii' lted .
Satmriday e-enig. of Ytusilait i MissS Saxton, of 1-aeksoninm h pias n te la~r~n
The ilistingiuishmeullecturer taos fore Mis's iossi,m uof Alace . iss h 1115aih iirioilhu
Allmiue, .; issevenils. Tue, juiors wor~e strawse til
his subjjoct "Anericaii Societyuiitolit11il, ofIDet roit; Miss Ilemminctom, ofit(uciliwihIirlasoicso
Islef(," ad Israissil its virtues as is-il Yisstlaufi; Miss Dtownl, if Xlsilaulti;
lii'heslchpl senvices Pistday mindithelse
mis risticuled. its fiblhes. Miss Sts~eller, of AiiiiAclsoir; NMisswr s-tciletu oumisofie
nilit, 51 alsisisslisi; lie, ilisl 511s.oi the -

New and Second-hand
will be sold to stu-
dents at special
reduced rates
~Sheehan's
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS AT
BARGAINS.
IMORTANT NOTICE.
G.H. WILiD.
The Leading Tailor,
and only direct Importer in the city,
has just received hlis entire stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens fo-
sSpring and Summer '96, at
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
WAHR'S__BOOKSTORES,
We ca-s supply you a at the lowest
prices, all
V IY T ex1 t Books
for the Second Semester. Large
stock of Secondhand Text-
Books at Special Prices.
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS,
Writing Paper by the Pound 15c,
20c and 25c. Sole agent for Water-
man's Ideal Fountain Pen.
WAH S
UnIversi Booakstore, Opposite Court House
20,S. tate St. 4 N. Male St.

thle shuall knowsledge one' Iteslli- los
of uanother, l:11e sulijeeft wasdits-iled
it two hsis eads, "thei'typical Amiericuan
man"ili ndi titl y,1lEal Aimierican sWsi-
lmtn."
'"'he typical Amictani liluidoss lit
exisit," ssid the'lei-tuireri,"for -"Amisei-
suiuussare wisd-liy differ'eut in iliffi'rslt
S-c-lions sifflu'he oilltl-y.Oie ls-ssttii-
g~isesitAmier-icain cliscrieilt lii'typi-
scil Almericalni lu~h as somiibre, tavi'fuirni
[)eight, Itlkati-sitend c-hi-emfill. I
would1(1 mssigli 10 toia the gis-at chasr-
ussteiisttss, inqulisitiveniess alid gosil-
"lipt lthe'typicral Ameican 5501151
10 in existiece, ill fact the one soost
ini ev-idenice'.InEuropesiant ill -'race'
plianl leadls iln ill ulndtertakinlgs, bult ini
Amserica. wiominirules."
'lissfast fMat.O'PRell.ithinks is5s llse
to liii'habit liii'Almel-icana g-rlI'firllls
8111ri11g hi- coe-educational school. stays
of lousling at lte performsances of, her
brothier as a sellisar aslutaSyinlg to
her1self, "ts that alll?" The gris.E:1t
F'retnchman is evidlently ill love withl
the Aierican womian for lie described
lie as the most beautiful, the fniest
intellectual, the 111001initerestinlg, the
mlost chiarmilng. wPloa 011nearth,
Ile declared that the one thing that
Anierican socie-ty can learnfrloin
Erilope-aniis lhowvto rest,. leolil'e
cannolit teach! Anerica howNv to worek,
but she can teach, us how to enjoy litfe
slid to be domestically bappy-.
Thn' speaker illustratest all hrisp155-116
in his, inimitably humorous mainer
and the ,auisience was to a, roar of
laughter frcoin the beginning until the
cud ef the lecture.
The next numiter in the course -will

G uistian, of AiiiiArtbor.
'rie Indeptensldenit; wilt- ilialieusiii
tby Mres. T. 1'. Itiig;lius-i. 'Teladlis
'ii titine(twere Miss Bells' Gri-s-ag, of
Cl'umbiiiuss, 0.; IltsTiss iislsssslin, Ann
Aitisi; Miss Souith, tRocukfoiid, Illitnois;
Miss Altcetonds, Miss Mabel P'ounid,
lPoniti; Miss lois-k, Mliss Tulttle suit
Miss Koch, AimAl-hoe,
Nebraska's New Chancellor,
li-of,.(isusgs' E. McLean in sas in-
stallest asl'iban-e-loir if lioi' titer-
oily of Niticashni sit incn-h, 1-ilay.
Its succeed'ssDi. luiiies II. flnulit,
wvhos is seow.Prestidenut.sif li-01t'us
State 1U'imivesity. 'the 'ustallationi
Msorill, l'residetsn osf this- Uirsily
1101101 of thielits, svimo Ipressntedt the
Isis' 7Chance'llor wi-thlihflu'liartee sit
theis'imstiitioiianaut heut'Inlver-sity
s-ohims, crimisl s ortndwhite., l'le ie-
spionIseof (hancellsi' MeLs-allis sauld
to be ode of time most scholarly andli
miosuent asddrmesses, eers-i- hisachat ishe
University. Coniga-tulaitory ailde-ossss
score delivered by Giov. tHolcoiiib,tDe.
Cyrus Northirops, t'resishunt of the U'na-
versity of Mfilnlesota, smut Heiniy D.
Elstaharook. Chaincellor Mctean camem
to Nebeaska froni the Iuniversity of
Minnlesota, svwieielie svas professolr of
liteiratur'e.
tJFund for Women's Lu lding.
The sumn of $7.40 svas rk-es-is'sstlast
sweek in smlll ssubscriptisos to thie
fund for. thie Woisic'i's Buildinrg. In
addition time follossiing larger amontus
swere received:
S. L. Snilths of Detroit-.....$100
W'nen's Club of (GrmndsHtaven -- 10
Mm-s. Tumner, of Battle ('reoe -...--5

seiorlashus, 111101 ii sl-d aruisinig 1
a resuilt.'Thue gil-Is itf tulihichass mre'
sumiul Its linus cc ull-sa livelyilts-Iest in
tlii somflict. Pilelnespapiihse r orises-
pondisent ill decscrmibinmg tme mffallm' 5555
thalt 3,0WtS ownisi peopshle uisstmiuhlisito
uwatucl liii-fight, tIs-ulmimig mitoi-m lie
fence a mroiundt 0110of thes'colege' bumil-
ings in thi-t'eaSgernesss to viewyltme
sCm17i1Iliiil gE,
At iMissouri Stas-teiUniversity- troule~
hiss br-okemsuit becuse- of tline remmoal
sif at brotkeni planik ss'ihk frosm the
('ul Ilpuls by thirty slumilsit, 'fluss
studetsisws-re suispendued form'tlhus-of-
feselss'limitthirlhrl wsi-istakilon p tby
otherls, sillsaskedhamt thus'dlitreof
su15415'iotill is'i'"regeliuted t11150 tis
55a1s denieud it is saidh thast 4110 sin-
iets-ls refused to attendulthouir ciases
F~ridtay.OilSatuiriday tle faululty do-
cidhed to take us hlulni in itme lmtlter
aindstthiey seeml disposecd to adotiu
severe imasures.
Se'vently Studen-ts minlh!medlital do-
hsurtlment osi oss', Stalste'University
hauve been slishpendiesdin alimanner u' n-
expsectedt by thm, hblt entirely in ne-
cordtancle wsith their reques,'ts Imndis-
c-iiniiatc "ruishinlg" cauisedh thee sus-
pensioni of fostr of teir c'lass-haimtes.
111 order 1(1 secure timeir- re-instaste-
reut a psetition swas ulditrissest to thle
faultyl vsethtlog forthm thi s tte15mt
that each of time emenly siglemsi was
elaly guiltyswithitime foustiesd us-
twudeit andt iltimlaitg that each
woulld leave the Vniversity of the
'class-hamtes wi-re not taikens bark.
}'phmis frank honesty buat its reward for
lthe faculty fonvitth susp~endled cati
petitionler for tsvo weeks.

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atr3 eoeia x--Ill t s r
be thme Boston Tenuple Quartet,b- Ttlfrtewos 52-O,- -- ltFia
svithu friends at ,the thUlcversity,.and
ruary 29. The juioir promenade of the Uni- atne h nulpnsnuo r
versity of Wisconsinswas imoistin theCoeaisdtranporetrf
MIto Cornwall, S P, lass left college, 'uvriygmaim a tiio oea seio n r~itro
to go into bustiess with Ilils father at Friday night, will 300 couplkas in at- the Oakland County Post at Pontiac,
Denver, Cole. tendance. Mich.

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