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VOL. VI. No. 98. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEB3RUARY 20, 1896. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

IJOLMES IS MADE CAPTAIN.
SBICYCLE~S. g BASEBALL MEN ACCEPT MR,
S We desireetogive noice thtwe( DEN'1ESGNTIN
to pose to matze a bi~t 1bid for 111 EN ESGAIN
bicylehbusinesthis erasn e
! have secuored the ag-ency foe the ' Active Work in Baseball to Begin
]DAYTON o at Once-Candidates Should Re-
Bicycleo which ihas earted a port at Gymnasium-The New
Iiii.htreputaionsone of the Cpan
beat 1heelsmadte; price $100. We 1 atan
retain the. agency for the!
B ENLI U IR1119 'Voelty bast-ball team heltd in Mani-
1 that excellent twheel, wihihas 11
p lisiitntt)Pen co greatly imO- 11 eiSils en oteeig .
proved thiat we thomalie it totls'mon as eenng19 V
S leaner. t is thebesttvaluat$85 Das '1D919peen apa~n e
anid $105 yon can finid. We alsoO11Deoslitthpreitctanr-
sell thei CLIF-PSR. a tene 19sigiirt. his positi. Mr. Deans it a
S wetl at $&;5 to $S5. Wetirakie oar 191
prices talt. Teems, coot at easy 1119 short speerch told. the trainhhe lihlitt
payments. l9
ITHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO,191 devoted is lotime enttirety to baseball
19dirit,. the host two yea at the ex-
S. MAIN ST. 1
pearise ef bit tiudies, aunh as tis was
lila lasnt year itt college lie vile abso-
1896. 1896. lutely compelled toCio ta greatt deal of
- ~hard wirk and flintlieovotulittnt lie
SECO D S MEST n abit toidog'jns~ticeto te position if
S jU~ SMETE c1a11ptibitt would tryanfidtm
Cotplty.
* t Ltll y t s i g n t i i i i o a s a r e p t e d , a n d
- i Ciii E I a onl ballot ow-as Itientiakeni to fli
Cliihe vaancy, and WiliamitD. hItllie,
New and Second-hand'9413, as hoeatin. fteri. n
'xi1 l~.-. -,.1 .fn rd-.. wereitide by all presenit oaiil (liar

DEBATERS AT WORK.
Indications That Contest With Chi-
cago Will Be a Strong One.
Althotughlit mun.tr ilhs been hbrti
of t1he debite with ('isigo sirceltie
inler-sorciefy Cesrt, iterest ini the
event is by ito ietins iggi graitd
ptreparationis f'or lihe'struggle are bring-
raitdtly pulshedito10a, rottlietion.
The cafie sbeerett iitiely fixeil
withino the last wvrek fur Miatrdt ?T, a
littli ltiterthIll w'ios ii first cinietit-
lilateil, hot a. tirressary lrtrnolitet
to stilt the ronivenliei f till tiarties
rotirerned. So the debate owill be held
ini University tHttl on Che eveining of
lihi above thate.
i-ome o-ery promntent mleni havorbeen
inivitedth o mie tas jndgrsatndaltoughi
they hlinht tie yet bret t lenarilfrom,
there is sirotig iiriiobililt- ilaCtlthey
w-ill lirelit. They ar'eCGoy."Mttewi"v
itf Indianai., Presidenit. lallatiti, of
ObterliiiJHiii. F. Huirid, of Tolrido. Ex-
(Goy. Alget' hiis lendiitelysecrireet
to prteside.
Oiur debiaters, Mrssrs. Vert, Albigirt
tatu Bliork. art' haril it work collecrtinig

ti ..s
t
f. d

will De bouUENV lbuL
dents AIt special
redu ced rates
At: Sheehan's
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS AT
BARGAINS.
IPORTANT NOTICE.
G. H. WILD.
4 The Leading Tailor,
and only direct Importer iii the city,
has joet received his entire stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Spring and iSummer 1911, at
NO., 2 E. WASHINGOTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
WAHR'S__BOOKSTORES,
We ran supiply yea andi at the lowest
prices, alt
U1"O t~iy J Bok
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 R'S.
UipTows. , Dews Town,
tUniesit~' Booktore, Opposite onureaose
20S. ate St. 4N. Alain St.

Sextoninitformed the meni hat acivlie tieritlitntilgretting it info shapei. As
tratilewouil be starteil at otte. All shown by the tlirtugo University
etanididatetotrthe train ore r-treustd papers, the tinitsecel-teit-ere aiti-also
tie meet te i'oacband rctitaini in il. ii ikitig earefiul pri-t-.ii-toiitnidlt'e
(hGymtntiumiiitany afternioon thiewick itndirtations, reat-i ltheli-inlerrollhi-rin Ict
lullrt-eitCheir tdirertionis as to u-hatidebite ftis yeir will tbi one of the
wuirk is to tie ilone. strotigest thait he yt blinitldi.
:Matnger Shieltds spiike a triv o- rdsis Literary Societies.
Csfl thermn in wohirci lie rolled. their
The Welie cc ieity has the tollois-I
attenttionitoho flttrienidly tt'eling thtit .
tghitoigratni trrtatgrid tir its hieting)
had altvay exste bewee th z Cu-itiorroor night: Oeu-ltmiutnlii, fC. WX.
tin~s of te h tem whirhlie hulled
hiiii-i; esstty, It.'A. "MiCtiskrti n; liii-
woitld conthinue' itthe fturoe, intlI
flhnt the only way to witn vas tot- all prompiittsMcssrs. Mchrei, L hni-iir
mud Meats; decbatet, "Rhesolei, Thtt
Cii pnll together, or itn brief to hitve the
Chieiuntitedh Stte shoutlhd intehrcetde ii
eld Michigan spirit of doing ot' hying.
The ew aphit-bhalf of Armnenita,"affirmtiviueD. I,.
WIllhiani D. Holmes enterei thte Lotigivel anid B. L. Ililoti; ro'-.IC.'
Homoipathic Deparltient of tileUlii- C.tRyan; eritit'siresort, 17. IE. 'iner-.
verstity a. year ago last tall, tail was
The Alpha Nuocaely illhiptchsent
one of MIiehigati's otin stays behihnd
the followinig progt'amnSttatuday night.:
the bat during te baseball season.
Los tol oe ta-tet ii ciit it fol-Music, Misses CBroivn ad Butrnis;ct-ail-
log, Mtiss Gaordnehr; i-ocal siolo, Mr.
bttll squadounh showing himnself a
haorilatid conscienrious ovorker, ce-Poe;cutn dsorCaerI
eetvd -ne o th,'Vasit asMr. Ptaut; tdebte, "hleslved, IThlatihie
reieil-oe o tie ot-lhy"Ms' s Ignit'tCStateis shiouldlrcoigizei'liii
substitute qitarter authl ttlf borc.
('olatis its. belligGLeets'" tlacIl-ohio-h-,
Senior'Law Contests. Mr. Webster tandh Mr. Battliittuistet'.
Toe semtor lawvcloes. ovilliholdilhCircnegative, Mr. tthohltC titdMr. Os-
contest for the selection of Chir class 'or; -ms-e ;.issesIBrowvnand hurns:

N TEREST IN OR1ATORY.
LARGE NUMBER OF ENTRIES IN
CLASS CONTESTS.
Junior Contest This Evening-Twen-
ty-Five Entries in All Contests-
Final Contest March 20.
The first cltass, preliminary tier this
Uiverity -ortirtltoteh-t will. be
held tottight:in ht'latwlitture troomi
and the othur rctiss rontests u-ill fol-
lo-w nextwoeek. Mitch itolreot is being
omanifested. inthe citises -iit(-hfotCub
yeara-ntdteentiri's hatie beiti 1ut-
usutally lou-ge, with the exi-eptionthaIt
tuere hti it hav ienbt iii entrih's itt
te settler litertary riiiehst. 'til'etan-
Cries in te senor c~lss are 0-. If.
Wilcox 01111 XV. -At. Murte, anindeaOhth
class is entitled-IIto Ct-o ni'liresh'oaohtves
on (lie tniversily ctsittey will hoe
giv-etite laceOs-thy dhattl.
The tltitresof ft'he their ctass tuiti-
teosswithliih' entriestutudte siubjects
of hteir oratitoisatretae folloiws: Jin-
hoc literary ronthost. h-ebitrty i0, C.
It. Dtanftih, sitbject "Leioisii tinbet-
tie..tft. tO. Itiniois, sithiji-ie"coant-
arolti,'"0B. 1t. Anthes; "t'otlhhr" AV. D.
Siuerlinog, "Our Shojl's;" first ye'ar' htawt
citiesrountest,. Ferutry 24, IC. S. Bhint-
lett,''trofit Shatritig, ttSouttiiun of Chic
Labor f'robulem,'"tF. J. trech,"Amter-
ira tuniCAmnericaniismt," S. T. Stohrm,
"Politics and.hthe Uniteud States," G.,
Ittab, 'TheCityC'ruoblu'tm,"IG. IP. lMc-
('ltum, "Caouri," T. A. IBerkible,
"Amoiteuia ;" sopehistiiuei' litrary rota-
test, Februtry ?f., 1h i. hi 0(tu, "A
Pleta for Napholeen," MIiss Aulu-u Nash,
"t'rogress of Womian," V. B.Heniry,
"Poverty tattilProgrehss," 'Stiss tose
C'ranstonu, "Oputitmistic Vieuv of Pro-
gress," ltrith M. Bouwmanut, "Lettt
cru'mto," ('hatrleo Simotts, "Tii(- lRtt-
siatiAtutracy;"otetihot' ltawv onitrst,
Feraary 2S,1B. OF. Dliii, "'rite Ltaw-
y-er," M.i. 1Contutrey, "Ch'rt1:pitiy, ths
tSoutive of Chiicatisi," 1". . .itigrt-
haiti, "Thle Plaice osf Gettysbung in
Ihistory' IE. tP. O'Lea'ry, "'the .Mittil-
cipatl t'roblmi," L. I+.. Campelutl, "Tile
Stouherti vil," (G. L. Stuhm-.drs, "Oho
Critme Aginstit At'nia,,"tO. A. 'tills,
"Wnt llhh hillilus."
'Tie final Utniversity cnuttest to siltr
an orator Cs repestenittetUiversity
in the NorthiertiOtiori-al Leagur con-
' test will be givena ittUnoiver-sity Hall,

7

orator Match 31. A large nituaber of Recital by Mr. MacDowell. Sarch 20.
conesant i aturdbutnotoro- Sr. Alextander Slar~owell, who is Change in Museum.
her can nouv le given as Chicetntries unudoubtedly the greatetcamptoser 'iesuhetlo u io hsro
do not close until March 1 . In the America hon ever produtcehl and, woofumuennwlsoilu'untlno
selctin o clss oetthi yer Cueis also a ovonderful pianiot ouill give a a hecfure room Co be useud by I'rotes-
selectlion will be nmade not only from recital in tieze0 Memorial 111 . nuder
thte character of the poenis, but also soresIRussell andut Oeighituto. The dis-
the auspices of the University Scltoesi
from the. manner of the rending. play that is ini this part of thietmuseumu
of Music tomorrow evening. This is
J. L. Kiinna, 'tuf, is visiting a few of# a special engagement and floe price of will be renmoved to Rtooml5, Tappan
hi~s old Ann Arbtor friends. admuission will bie 50 cents. Hall.

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