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VOL. VI. No. 99.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1696.

FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VI. No. 99. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1s96. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

SBICYCLES. ~
We deire to give no~ice that we
propose to mkoh o bihd for
bitycle basiness ths seo. We II
S hae secured the agecy for the
tlycieoewhch hasearneda
10,0 reuttioiasonef the 11
het heels ma depre $1010. We
1 eanthe aginy for the 1414
SBEN-HUR 11
thalb t ecllet wheel which has
Sthid e aso bieee so greatly im-
s, proved that wesehll maetit or
p leauer. It i the bet voie at 565 l
and $10 yo can lid. We also i
cc sli the C~LPPER, a finc
whel at 55 to $8.5. Wcnice or 5
pices talk. Trmscah or ay I$N
pyments. IW
STHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO, 1
144 S. MAIN ST. 11
19 1896. 1896.
SECOND SEMESTER
ZL UN
New and Second-hand
will be sold to stu-
dents at special
reduced rates
At: Sheehan's
LAW AND MEDICAL GOOKS AT
BARGAINS,
ID!PORTANT NOTICE.
The Leading Tailor,
and only direct Importer in the city,
has just received Ihis entire stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Spring and Sommer '96, at
NO 2 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEA MAIN.
Fuill Drese Suits a Specialty.
WAH'S__BOOKSTORES.
We can spplvyoye and at the lowest
prices, all
Onivo&sity Text Books
for the Second Semester. Large
stock of Secondhand Text-
Books at Special Prices.
LAW AND MEDICAL BOOKS.
Writing Paper by the Pondt5c,
20c and 25. Sole aget for Water-
mans Ideal Fountain Pen.
tiisTown Down Twe
Usivbrrety Boostee, Opposite Court House
20S, St ate 5t. 4SNMain &t.

FRESHMEN ARE TO SPRILNT.
INDOOR MEET OF FIRST-YEAR
MEN A WEEK FROM TODAY.
Preliminary Competitions for
Freshmen in All Departments
-Not Enough Entries-Events to
Be Run Off.
The eventis for tile freshmnan ilbs-
mleet next Frittay afternoon are a 40
ylards ilsob, 15 yards hurdle, runninig
high jttlippalse svculteliot put antd
iine or iuee team, or relay races. As
the regulacr 4:13 class in the gymlnla-
shum es-ill sot lie set aside fecrCleat
afternoon, Ihe valrios,5 evensiswis-ltbe
rtun off from, 4 to 4:15 sand bettween
tile time of dihe lava afternoon lassesg.
The trial heats. in the 40 yards dash
asiti inretles cwiii if possibile be run
tiff before the 4:15 tcliss isi calls I. Then
tile ield evenits: can be tailed olf ini
aaiotlier pact of the fleer, asnt after
tile class is es-er, tile senil,-Finals aiii
fisials its the dash asidlinrilies rile be
rusn, as aseil is iny trial heats that
praiy be left eves-.
The teana races wvill be amiong teams
ticked lay Mlanager Attins fromitte
freshmnsitiesiesivs-ec.ansifrossithlese
tites iii be ticked tile fear mens
es-l ielliiisiake tsp the freshisesn teami
to rsis against thie sisosnos in the
varsity meet Marcha 13.
So far not. neairly enongh. freslinesi
are shoesile s.i - ossideris_,tiastaithe

as at thie freshisien meet. It mutst lie
reni-ebereid that theseiseets are slot
Ililitell to sophomsaore ssid freshmenii
Itrsi year smnof sll its-artifii-its.
ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED.
GeneralIinvitation For Tomorrow's
Exercises.
The sisudesits of liii Lass- Deipartmnst
extesnd a coridial isivitartiosi Is the fai-
sltieosind stueuets of cltdep:sgtlnents
of the Us'ilsersily to jinis the iss the
celebratiosa if bWashinsgonssBirthidty.
Besnjiain Butterweorthi, of Ohio.,esill
delis-er the address of the dlay, ad
thie icegrase as a whe-i- is esiexc-elleid
by lit of any ipreviosus yeair. lihi
exercises swill be 'ieltd isa University
Hallt commsencing at 2:311p.in a.
IH. Y. SAINT.
Chbs i titialiesi sm.
Doois esill so eath-opesn till 2 is. ini.
Ushers swill report 'ina usiversity Hltil
at 1:43. The presidens; of the lasw
classes are reqnesledi to inert in the
ebeisel lit 2:20. The censtral seats oss
the losser floor of ther bHalwilii be re-
served for 1aev stusdenst All oilier
seats svill be oipen to thie ptsblic.
All lasvs' ttitents are reqetedt to
lissebie at the LstmssBusilding slot
liter Ihan 2 p. ini., to rehiearse yells
assil in order to seas-eli to thietHall ini a
body. TheIpost gsiitsates esill osseli-

FIRST WON BY B. I. AMES.
JUNIOR LITERARY CONTEST
HELD LAST NIGHT.
Decision of Judges - Only Two
Other Contestants - First Year
Law Orators Wil Speak Next
Monday Night.
At the lasw'lecsresosiilast snigit
thie first of the iclss Iaellllinalsies for
tue Univessiy oratorical ciiksitasvl
heist iy the junsior lieiaray class. There
sere butt tiree cositestats fisimithiss
class I. I. Emmnsea aisg sisable to
ive his elation ossing to a severe
cold. Prof. tBgie, Mtr. Jonsosi snd
E. C. Lindey orc-il asjuges 051 te-
livesy ansd their deiion togeter wvit
that of the- judiges osatthusgt adi con-
txsltitell resusteid i awalrding irt
plc- to B. 11. Asmis. His oatin evis
it biograpley of ile noeid Sishl
staltesmlani ansi orates, Emisaib atelsr.
The otiier cosilestants, H.I. Dasforhs
an W. D. Stelisig, hail for their sb-
iresIs"Leiins tasbetta' asd"Osr
Itopes."
The compillete decision of the jsdge
evis as fllow-:
Mr. Rev. r.
Doew Gelton. Iebec
R. 11.Ames. --------I a I
1H.1.Danfirth.---_-3 20 2 3
W.1D. Sterlisig.-.--..2 a a
Mr. Prof. Mr.
Jeiessn. Biyle. Lidly
B. H.Asmees-----.-------st a a
Hi. t4.Dlasforth.------a. 3 2 I
W. i. Sterlisig------ 2 a a
Siici of tianhs-Ames 6; Daforth, 1i;
Sterling1.
The next preininlry conest ewil be
hat of Ce firt yeir lies class wvhich
sil be heldIlonday night.
THIS YEAR'S NEW GREEKS.
List of Initiates of the Various
Fraternities.
[NOEv-This list is iscopiee, owing to
its length. The sares of the initiates of the
ther fratersiies and sorritiesill e pub-
lishied tomoerrow.}
Phi Kappa Psi-J.I. F. Beneet,
H. N. Hosici, J, T. Noble, H. H. Pin-
ney, It. Il. Sisenons, C. B. :Hole, H.
L. Htole, W. L. Mack, Tf. L. Neal, E. It.
Lewis.
Delta Sigsma Deita--Sessiors, Ca-
esnee Harvey Baly, Itaynond Lester
Wiliams; fseshimaen, EidwvariJeohssAs-
tierson, Roy Arecbod, Lymsans Smith
Brown, Etdwics Krkiiff Medcr, Car-
eec-c Edward Pease, Joseph Bihop
Stewart, Thiosmas Butd Aan orne.
Delta Gacna-Mise Caroline Tay-
lor, Miss Ruth Stmiths, Hss Lara.
Dolese, Miss Mary DeXeney, MISS
Elizabeths Eberle
Kappa Kappa Gannina--Mlis Gort-
rue Kennedy, Miss Bertha Wright,
Mis Laura inkle.
Phi Delta Phi-Warren W, Gtlre,
John T. -Harrington, IEansoiss .
(Continued on Second Page.)

ineet is nosyossly one w eele offanii ble in Rooms 11; seniors, intshCe Lectnre
ievarsity smeet onlya few eveees off. J>oos; second year iiien, its the Courst

'Twice as snany sprinters acid hisrilers
as-c needed, fof there should be ati
least seviral trial heats In eai-hsof
these evesits. Pole vaulti-ris shenld
shiosltp for lractice anidrepcort te
-Trainer Fitzpatrick early ini the after-
nioon, before 1:30 or 4 anyway, fot
-lfter this the floor gels too crowvieid
for them to have a chuance 10 vault
Assy one ecvho cannot comne in 1hc
afternoon wciii have a still better
chance by report-ing to Mir. Fitzatrick
in the eveninig.

Rtoomi; antd it-ct year slie, intshIeLi-
brary. The imarshals of the respectiv e
classes seill take chatrge of thie smarchs-
ing. Sonvenir programsillii be dis
Iibuteti only at the Lass Builisig.
All law studenits arc urged not to Ig-
nore the abave request. None need
have fealr of failing to get a. seat by
complying 'as sufficieint seals sil be
reserved for all.
FI±:D. L. INGRAHAM, P'res.
By order of Arransgemeet Coacceittee.

J

The shot iput has been added to tile Ms oehun afeciowl
lest of evcnts beca~use it is felt that sing at thee exercises tosuors'osv after-
extra. encouragenuent tinist tue gig etcno i gaut fth e l1
Co ry for thus rvent, as very fewe land Conservatory asud an -artiot cchose
haveshon u fo it s yt. raciceability liac bee recognized by tile
luae sowu u fa i asyet Pactceleadinug musical critics of the WestL
can bc head in tile basement or on the Shee wil sing M1asclactonis 'Thou
misn floor wvitih the covereit shict. Reignest its My Hteart." Mhss Gaff-
Quite a good nuniber of muen arc ney's voice is a high soprano of re-
,working ,at the :running high jumup, markalbie sweetmuess.
bet there ought to he more-. These Sadler In Chicago.
comupetitions will be only preliinsary
toteoe tte'ast 10C ci- r. Frank P. Sadler leaves for t h na le ~si3 t~e, hn M.Chi-
the inur oflid evnt wll avecago today where he will speak before
the Knickerbocker public schou;l under
his name engraved on the D. K. F.
priz cupthme auspices of the Union League
prize cupClub. The subject of Mir. Sadler's Ora-
Sophomores 'shoauld also 'ha-getting'tiou' will be, "Washinugton, The, Greait
into shape for their' meet 'Mare-li°7, Amiulcir." Hon. Sidney Easton, 'TI,
-chen the same events will be run oif ; will preside.

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