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VOL VI. NO. 114.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1896.

F oun ,PAGaES-3 CENTS.

rII __gINI-M1S A. E. MEN IN SESSION.
SBICYCLES. H CONVENTION OF " PROVINCE
} We desie nto give notice that we fN DELAMETNHR.
1!! poosoe to matte a bigy bitt for I T" ETIGHEE
NN biyclehbainstthisseason.We t
oil have secureed the agency for the III anquet Held Last Night-Closing
I D.Ai-VTON i Session This Afternoon-List of
l iicycle, whioh haserned a Ii Delegates Attending the Convent-
high r eputatlon as, one of the II io
best wheels, made; ri1 00. We tin
Ni elretsnthe agency for the 1 Thesecond: conivenitin tof"Province
ISBENHtha exeletwhewhc hs Delta" of Siginma Alpha lilyiloli, itstic-
oceliceas telbeelogetelyi ha
55I 1110catllhcoheratylm- tii AiiiiArhor. 'lii"opeing
NN proved that witshall stakeit our iltli i
t!leer. It istihhbestl valau e t 1!I5 s;i5 ocrrdyetrd yat2Iti.
NNNN and $l0t you can ied. Ii01We I ccredytirlsot . i.
s ell tilt' G,II-'PER. a tscne feilloedb>a aqetacinscf'iS
oiele at $05 to SOSi. We manle oar N 'N 1 buuta lagltc'
pricestlkt. Tems, cash or easy 1i1 at:8;:3 o'clock last evenintg. Thlesec-
TN TEANN A.RBOR ORGAN CO,, '+iiindand lost 5s001011 of ftic convitntiono
00 S. MAIN ST. e i'dtlis afterntoon att 2 ocok
_ x he anvntins f Sna.Alpzn.l~l s'on -lake 1p1acc once in twvo ye'ar, anti
Siheeii u"aii & Co lt 050be'0iii on Ma czl1, tbat lBte
being tile' cay of tile organization of

EXPRESS GRATIFICATION.
Women's League Passes Resolu-
tions on Coming of Dr.oMosher.
A nmeeting-; of the Adisiory- andiEtx-
l'ttltite Bordoei' f thle 'oiiiciti',
at the reidleniceIofut Si.Storrio. Al:
this nieeting- t111 lllt i g esralei hts
Fverily of Slictziigan liavie e'lllct i.r
Elizat St. Slather Decan of Womeln 11111
PI'lfl'ttill of Ilygioenl the Li.jetiri'
Depatmient, tierefore
Iletitiveil, flat Avc, tielillie'tigl-;-l l
reprecsentingtgheic Voiiizeii'tLcagnc eof
the Utiivi'rty, liiri'liy xpri'itourt
tincere 9grttili~c'ition atith Ililetlionof
the Iteget., anit
ltctolved, That wi' extendftoIs l.
Mloshier a coidiat wi'lcoliieho 1our1
midstlo. l e rejoice llinc e ilcitOs

Sweatis 1-4 if
Full line of Baseball Goods
for the Season of 1896.
See Window for
Special Prites!T
in a few Odds and Ends
in Sweaters.
Sheehan & Co.,
STATE ST.
IM[PORTANT NOTICE.
G. H. WILD.
The Leading Tailor,
aiid only direct Imoporter to the city,
has jiast received hisa entire stock of
Foreign and Domestic Woolens for
Spring and Summer '96, at
NO, 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
WAHWIS BOOKSTORES.
Stationery.
We can show you nl the latest
tints, in all the popular sizes,
with envelopes to match, for
Ladies' and Oentlemen's Polite
correspondence.. We give special
attenltion to engraving of wed-
dksg invitations, reception and
visiting cards, and making mon-
ograms and address dies. Plate
printing. 'We take pleasure in
showing you.
WAHR's
U2p Town, Down Town,
U nIversIty Bsskstsre, Opposite Court House
158S. Statesat, 4 N. Main St.

the society. "Prov-ilice Delta" conolsole
li th Icfollottilg Chnpteis In the chalet
diana: Adriant Chlaptert, Sticlilt,

Wesli'yaii, Stt. Union, tliivl'rtily of wichi 1110 ilolistlIly crottlilil tir
Cincinnati, 1Iranklit Colley i,' tact'att, teork as tllyticiali anitettucator, 1bring-

001d Norttwitt'er'i.
'I'he prograiii of fluetbanquieitootwasta
fellatio: 'foatistater, Arthulr ..
"Tule; Toastis, "De Vetlte's Legailcy.3,"
J1. A. Stetralt, Sticl lsai Alphla; "Oulr
Fi-iternity,'- L. iorgan W71ood, Alti-Il
11110 Ohito Sigla ''third 'Time- in
Hotlieirttoi," D. t. )-font-oleryi', In-
diatAltilia; 'Otir Nexit'i'caiili'ni,''
1-rank tC. Doan, O)11111Thietae; " Wie,

ilig hitntoreto tieir111n11totttir01111a
liniti't' 111111 tte itlcdgi.'hiter rloyally
loatfofltihevcWoe'n oldniliit iftlilt
.AninAtriotr,SMith.,Il.Sarch 7, "i'.
A cps o'fliy eifi'rieitltiiith 1105 i 9-dg

TIME EXTENDED ONE DAY.
ENTRIES FOR INDOOR MEET MAY
BE MADE UNTIL TOMORROW.
Entries Have Been Rather Slow-
Men Needed for High Jump, Pole
Vault and Shot Put-Boxing Con-
tests to Be Held Monday Night.
At the daeiof theIndoortl met halsoo
bieen chariigedifriiii Friday to Salturday
nilght f thuswek, 1111'timeii for mtk-
nledaoy lnight insteadtofciIng titoiglt.
h:"tries, hatei'lu-nceiiing ii rot"ho,
slotwly ill mottoef the evntst, atu-
larly ini wri'oling and bo'ig, atd
most01of the namestmict in Irc those
of new't iiai, thie'olditnun big oloter
t entetiring.
Thiitose biloinenil to etethelii'tarit-
at onelie,1.0 inicastolfltlack oit ilrie
ill any eventilitt11711lle to'ipeditantI
somiie'olbe ettbstitite-i. I'liii, elrtsis
foii torutling 111111boxing, to arcady
tPublishtedt 1111'fotr, a followvs:
bFcatierweiig-ht, 12 tpods1andundr;
iiltwtighlu, 111ipolundtsoandii uitier;
iniddhexaiglt, 1IS" tomb dsand unnier;
11111titheavAeiglt, o0110 Itt lotetti.
Thii'iioxiiig tediolt vill b hld'nita
111 ols lit illte liii 1'sliiltaiont
be' ghivendue'o etiiesilouttld ti'ti
atree I the boitegcsts1e Sop-o
meet th sveamylvt ets. edaln v
th mitie ot t Satile'ti tilt' hosn
attgnhighe tmeet t tle ax ight 111111io
11,)eot teilhets; tithe' io' Thi thyr
Ticelo els oingloevorntsc'tleM oy
011esiug, anditl n ir ity tlllbe'tl tril-
tntroietrecs tordorlithlrun-
Aeuoa .wlnasdittyrthe ftycit.
American Literature Seminary.
Plot. Demlruiul's Anericosn Liherature
semIiinar'y for this seni eter:
SUBJECT. ESSAYIST. DATE
Pets----J. 13.I9asees. .lbsrt'lu12
Longfellow .-.'/ea Tomsonli--April 0
Emerson.- F.-- P. Sle_.-- _AprIl
Thoreaus----Gatc Pammneriees---April ft
Taylom _--Hlenry Bodman.-_- intpl at
Wvhittier ,.-P.rances ('tiat--------My7
Ilaes-O-- etdeiine-S ay 54
Lowellh----- - . Iytema-------My 1
Hlowells, James..T. Pierce.--S-- ay IS
Essays have already beeu read by
J. . Liauher on "Irving" and Miss
PearlhRobinson, 00 "Bryant."
A large nunmber of rasidates for
the indoor meet ae worlding il the
gymnasium. Trainer Fitzpatrick re-
pacts about thirty entries s fa. Ta-
day is the last ay fr entries,

WomtenIl titiWe'ed,":'Ilarti 3.IFIihIr, i-iltSMrs. SMary tLotw lickeinseoinaill
Illinois 1'si.-O)uzelgot "Thec Ire'slnoin," ' i n atdicto ~in I ityeionlt'
J. hRay -Murhlin,(OlitsDltia;- "'T'eCl- ' l 0itll Oof Stundaby, Sloruti 22. 1Mrs.
tlegte Shall," Normianl bloersc,,At ickielinsonlawtll stseaoletrltic hc als-
ga ttta-hitta;"'The'irogrh esofY. A.lilci's'of thiSt'otitgu 11111ditt ishohpe'd
tE.," (itlili 1h. lKress, Ohio Epilon;eil thiat oc large auenlc- l' o ite tpre'si'nt
"S. A. tE. il1Sl9t,' Ii. C. KtelerOhio to h rhr h lace 111thtuille of
iSigmia; "Ounr Fraternity Goail," J. D. chic aederestwill ttelann~otuncedl.
Btrownlell, hntdiana Beta. New Chapter of Xi Psi Phi,
fetters regrettinig necettary ahiocilce
tteire read front ex-(ie. c. iley, of A netw chapter tit the Xi Psi Pi'tiftoa-
01h1o; Gov. Atkilnsoit, of Georg; DIiin. te'rnity 11as5 beeii ol'goiiizu'tl uitieligthe
John G. Carlisle, of K-enticky, and sln1delits of the Chicago College of
Hon1. Wi. L. Wilson, of West "Virginia. Dentmn Surgery. 'ite newv chaptter,
Thle delegates attendting the coilvei- wtitchi till be callied the Ltimbda chaplt-
tionl were as follows: teir, wvas orgaized unlder favoratle
13. C. Koelelr, Ohio. Sigmia, trout S1t. aitspices tyithl seventeent charter inemn-
Uioin College, Ohio; J. hay Siurinz, tiers, at thieCreal. Noirthe'rn HIotel toy
Ohlits Delta, tiromiiDelawtaire, (Stilt; Gee. C. F. FUItd, assistetd by Dr. it. 1+. Ill-
H. Krest, Ohio Egpsiil, and Sanetl A. galls, of C'hicuago, aiitlDt. (G. t idily-
Crocker from Ciincinntati; Walter Atm- nla, of Joliet, Ill.
tin Snow, Ohdo Theta-, 0. D. tBearthsley Yesterday's Football Practice.
and F. C. Doan, train Coluiibus, Ohlio;
D. 11. Montgomery, Indiana Alpha,, About fifteen ini reeponded to Cap-
from Franklin, Indiana; J. D. tiotwn- gain Senter's eall for (toe spring foot-
ell, Indiana Beta from De Panty; H. B. haltlractice yesterday afternoon. The
Fishter, Illinois Psi-Ontego, train round was in too poor conidition to
Evanston, Illinois; J. A. Metealf, Mich- try falling on thme ball so the pr'actie
iga Al~ls, fom drin; lifordW.consisted chiefly in punting Among
Crandall, Michigan Iota-Beta, from taea h il eeSne il
Ann Arbor; Win. D. Kilpatrick, Owves- toeo'So il -ceSntr 'il
so; J. Bail Brown, Lansing; Clark HIenninger, IHutchinston, Gates and;
Baldwin, Adrian; Wilbur .J. Teeters,, Marsh. Smith, 'ti9, showed sip in good'
Iowa City, Iowa; Arthur J. Tuttle, farmO and by hard work ought to de-
Leslie, velop into a 'varsity player.

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