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VOL. VI. NO. 105.

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1896. Four, PAGES-3 CENTS.

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BICYCLES.
We deie to give notie that we
prpotnmake a bi hil fo
bicyclebusis.s ths seasWe
have secarced the aency fr the l
DTON "a
high epatiton as cutef the N
vet wites mateaIce $100 We
N retain the aecy for the Ni
that ixcllet heel, which lha
thIlis-seasont h cnasogreatyimi-
aa rvd tliat wec shall miake t er ~
eae..It is the et value at$it let
pH andal$100 yt can finiduiOttalsa 5
NN sell ihe OIF-PIBR. a iste5
wel $i t t> 0. We a iate ou
prices talk. Termcash at easy $
payments. i:
STHE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO,:
S.MANSr heelan & Co.
Sweatis 1-4 Off
Full line of Baseball Goods
for the Season of 1896.
See Window for
Special Prices!
in a few Odds and Ends
in Sweaters.
Sheehan & Co.,
STATE ST.
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
G. H. WILD.
The Leading Tailor,
and only direct Importer in the city,
han just received his entire stock of
Foreign and Doietic Woolens for
Spring and Summer '9$. at
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
Full Dress Suits a specialty.
WAHRIS__BOOKSTORES.1
We cana spply yea anal at the lowest
pice, all
Oniersity 1ex1 Books
for the Second Semester. Large
stock of Secondhand Tet-
Books at Special Prices.
LAW AND MEDICAL .BOOKS.
Writing Paper by the Pound 15c,
2c and 2cSole aget for Water-
mans Ideal Fountain Pen.
WAHR'S.
tp Town, Down Tows,
UiversityBoattore, Oppositeortiose
20$,.9tat St. 4 N. Main St.

OUR TNEW PROFESSOR.
TRIBUTE TO DR. WENLEY BY A
GLASGOW PAPER.
Well Liked Both en m Student and
an Instructor-A Champion or the
Higher Education of Women.
"The Bailie." if (Glasgow,. for Feb-
ruarfy 12, hays the folloswing tribtite to
Dr. Wenlcy,unider tielicad.of "tcn
You Kinosv":
rimoe was wshein interests civic aut
acadtemiic were thingslaafslt en the
gownsmtaan 110 iiore thtoiighst of altar-
lng lils superior leariiing wit his
towss-tnan, than id lthtie latter expeeti
ao appaeciite thi.sloai of tile class-
raoii. Mtut in Glasgoswthiat age wvas
ntot yesterihlny, liar the day before, hut
fanag sync. The itana of the street tidy
still be unfalalihlr with thio ininer 11ys-5
tories. of the theological, moral, mnen-
tall. anaitnatoural scienaces, as the lire-
side philosopher is stilt unablte to fits-
easer lia desltiation oil a eleettlir
tra ivay rotate by aiiipptitittltonlof
1110 Hegeliain farmuotac; yet it is thet
grostth of otar towna, if list the li-
qutently ixparesseod boast, thlian 0n0
other city of the kitagalotathas the iii-
flcce of thle Unisersity so tiervadeid
tile civic life, is tiowvhere else has the
cotmmtercial weailthlof lilt collinty
so streingthtened 11a- scholars ianads
and iurbedt.at the saiaie litte, tie
tenadency that mlares for acaidendtc
slioabivslinless. Above tiltldoubit, tic
,Ntai You Knowsv as hatlig cdone mace
titan atny oilier iii recent years to ien-
sore the permtalnenat harmony of tis
healthy actoinatad reacliota through-
out the West of Scotlanio is Dr. Wen-
icy, whsiose aippoinatmientas seior pro-
fessor of the phlilosopial faculty of
Mtichtigan Uliversity wssis intittat-ed
00111 teta days or a fo tlaiglit a00,
Bieaaring a name svlictt commiandlsri--
speet in alt commtaerocial circles, allo
britaging with thtm a uniitte repta-
tion anaong university lecturers, lie
has been eminently fitter to iticulcate
and exemntlify culture as the onea uti-
fyhag ,idetal for citizen allo schsolar.
The Balilie rejoices to recognise Pro-
fessor WYenley as tao tiere bookish
phlilesoplaer, hut tie'a into whose early
combinattion of sm-cre tudy with. ath-
letics gafined, hina a lot-ge reputaltion,
and as one who reveals in all Iis work
a robust sylupa thy with the hastlin-
titan interests, antia wide acquaint-
ance withs life and teworld .Moe
over', hi- eqlually eaerly extpertence a

the most diffilcult suibjects on te plit-
farm withiout tile aiod of MS. or notes,
'flitstift tas tundouibtely bea.eiicota-
silet-abic factor iin his success as Icc-
titter to conniectiotn svthlathe Unaiver-
sity Efxtenitonischtemea-a.itovemttit
svitlerehy, fttwinics to D~r. Wo-ileys of-
ganizeing energy as hiota. s-cretiry, all
totay enjoy, in their* respoectiv-e0hirits,
lihe escientific tretatmentt of sadjectis lit-
erary, philtosphical,' antdimeodical, at
111e landoos of oficial univer'Sity iec-
turers. At fiineliteiiary iilllreciiiot.
a keen phtilosophtical lataiglat, alotig
withi a quick Ipercepationt of lila.hear-
ers' odiffictlties, allo a ratre poswer of
interpreting to the oriniary maindthe ia
results of secliolacalip, tamark Mtntu lt
as the bornetcacer-the poplai s-
sistanat at Gitmorciit, ando the v-aluieod
lecturer eta extra,-itfl l pltformtls.
MAil having sauithis, tt the ii l-tits
Professor Wenaley 0)ti e otae of ta-e
greatest prahcticll elaitaliaits of the
highoer oducatiota of wottneo lllasgow-
psosseses-anotGlatsgowsvUntivefsity is
foremaost inthis respect. Not osiltyat
Dleana of the JFacutlty of Arts allo Lec-
turcr on Itailosotity anLtieratue at
Quteena Mali-garet, hoit 10100as EXteasion
Leo-to--rrlucre ando at theo Athieneuomo
tie has givena our dlauteora s-cvry fa-
cility for fair inlltoultl iis-airy with
their svise bthlers. Oils broadolflub
(ConttinueiOiottSeconditPagei.)
FRESHMAN INDOOR MEET.
All Contestarnt Mutt Present
Themselves Promptly.
Tuefe tiltiua~i nitdoor meetI-fto ic
held this afternontastittlibe froi toll
wo oehoose to collie, ando freshmentes-
tieiall- ahonld tnrn at 0for thaeeent.
It will begin promplty ,at 4 ochlock,
attiotalleonttcstantts mutst hi- dressedt
hid en the floor upttlairs at lise minit-
ntes hiefore 4, as there oilIite110ovwaif-
itig for aniyone.
The list of etrie publislited yest-er-
tlay is inot neci-ssarily fiinal, baaftall
freshmen wotpIresent themtselves to-
day will ho alliowed to comtpete.
Freshman laws, medaics and deitst are
especially tuged to enter, ast m1sf of
thtosc now- In arc literary asnutents.
New Freshman Club.
Tue freshmninietoters of thte liter-
try fraternities, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Zeta Psi, Alphia Deltit Pi,MeteTMeta
Pi, Signma. Phi, Phi Kappsa Psi anal
Delta Tan Delta h~ve organized a so-
cial club under the name of 99 to Iter-

THlE SUMMER SCHOOL.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES
TO BE CIVEN.
Better Facilities for Summer Work
Will Be Offered Than Ever Before
-Many New Courses.
The followig are the courses otfaeatd
in the Summeatr Scool, 19, June 29,
til Augiusf 7:
(ireek-Mr. Hteader.
1. Prepurafory Greek.
2. Greek Dramta, tso-ffts ci-cdit."
Latint-Aseitait Professor Drake and
Mir.Rticclot.
1. Preparataory Latin.
2. Selcetioin ft-om Netos, Pitaecotin
Mlaa-ial fvo-iftls creoit.
3. 1R501a11Satire. Two-ifts credit.
4. Histarical troselainacy Too-
fiths credit.
I~reni-1Mr. Levi.
1. higioers too-si.
2. Casic Dramas. Twosofifths creiit.
Giermhan-Mr. etset andolDr. Fss.
1. Beginniers Cotrse.
2. Aitierna Prse. Two-iftis
creidit.
3. Sientiic er(emhan. TOvo-fiftsa
4. Comlpositioni. Two-ifts credit.
5. tiassic Draanl. Tovw-ifthis oredt.
ti. Itistary of til e tormaan Laguage.
Tsvo-fifths creidit.
English -adtheitoric.tProfs. De-
sar Scott.
1. English Litcfrailre. Too-fliths
credit.
2. Ataeri-ana Liter-aturet. Two-ifthis
crecit.
3. Aniglo-Saxon. Two-fiftliescedi.
4. Htistorical English Gammaar.
Two-ifths credit.
5. Chlaucer. To-ifthi crdit.
i. Eniglisht Comapoeition. Two-fifts
ciedit.
7. Anaalysis of Enilglishi Prose. Twov-
fifths-o credit.
Elocntion and Oraory-Italof. Tr-
blooo.
1. Execsises in vocal clur. Two-
fifths credit.
2. Elocntion. Tw-fiftis credit.
3. Slaeeaareana Readings. Too-
fiftiat credit.
Miusic-Prof. Staley.
1. Methoods of Public School Work.
2. Harmony.
3. History of Msic.
Hstory-Mr. Dow.
1. General History. Two-ifths
cfredit.
2. American History and Insttu-
tions. Two-ifths credit.
Philosophy-M4r. Reec.
1. Formial Logic. Two-fifthis credit.
2. General Psychology. Two-fifths
redit.
(Continued n tird page.)

first president of the Students' Ktepre- Featernity Club." Mar. Hailton, Besta.
sentative Council, president of the Theta Pi, is president and Mr. Heath,
Students' Union, University Liberal Alpha Delta Phi, secretary and irons-
Olub,, and various college societies, urer. The first meeting wa-s held laSt
must have gone far towards cultivat- Ftiday night at the "iSig"a Oquse and
Jog that ease with which he cun- tread willsa pronounced success.

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