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VOL. V I. NO. 129.

ANN ARBdOR, MICHIGAN, FitIP AY, MARCH 27, 1s",6.

FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.

NEW ~rRULE.S FOR ATIILET'ICS
i6 BICYCLEIS 11 ACTION OF BOARD OF CONTROL
tedean eto riveenotioethaltw15 1 SMD ULC
{ paseto make ahi" hid feor 1 S1MDEPUBIC
bic ycleho ~lns',hi'.Pseaa. SWe
tave secured the agency for te ( Rules of Chicago Conference
4~ DA'Y'TO N 15 Adopted With Minor Exceptions-
I 11 yteR" whicIh has easned a Rule Against Coachers Not Made
1 1t1~1 reutationasone f the ~Retroactive.
l et whees'ade pIcOeeo 10 11e
H retain the a1.0 ffor the "
{ 011 1ebl dael5,. lt')G, Iromo
seoed tat we19shall m511111it o1)01 51in Ihic'ago for' 11e1pmllliile 'off heiti
5001ner.It is ttthe bet vcllu'It X5. I + aig stu oe Ii15''l llt
el I)the1CLIPP91SERlahine ! a (lll'tiallllthleities in 111e wes t, i nl
STHE AN N A BOB ORGAN BAO, Il '111 g'll;lllal 11111's ihici ii I y lec-
_i s s ' "11't w 1. Ii. 1'. Li. Nallelel', li
19119 0one1of I lie leililiit illllllrs of the
° plrai't:111 tillilges, 111d1 e'('Uvlilt their1

bellc palllnlthttIl 111111 til' 11111-1 '111111ELECTION OF '97 OFFICERS
Il),l iivsliglii ot of"lsliI 119 I
("Itll IsoineOltlleieiil to pi1!li't OlW- l'ANNUAL MEETING STUDENTS'
1.11A I I.<i r~I 1115 55I'iI 11 1re51111.Iso1iis CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
r.rl5 wiieli Sollldl 911 ao t111 I lDiscussion Over Plan to Change
.11 lilelit I'IlIloell 111ll ill ti' profs s- Organization to Y. M/. C. A. and
0it11111 saolllO1s veli Ivhl~t oilt' It no'ICYveWdC.rA.-byDembofspAssociation
feli 'se 19I1dM ~ll'115' they' 11i'll ovrd yMen eshpDus
elilIIl ai 1i allilel le oliss 1) lre At the l-annual S. (C. A. ele1'lioiihldl
eoillr'iigto11Iil'li1:1l. ls ll ilgill liltfollow'iig lihers. Were!
lI1'I1115' e rtlloel Sve 1?sh ltlili 11li re- Ile,, ilh'll--Mr. IlerlerI 101111, '117.
io irdt a" rate f111119 10't ha15111'll 1~l1Is' Mss lellaVie S 101111. --V. '117.h

be worth inorle 11thnit CollllII
tfo~lting g (elierlllities. Vcry
well
*The Single Fact
that I wish ttt1oljtl'1155 11)po1
you1'rImindi is that I have by
fartheLonfinest line of
Wnverlies, Ea(gles, ! Vintolls,
lon~lal'els, uiinfinii, Ea1
Plenlty(If lIoer pr'ice'd wheels.
Our GT. of M. Special is
worthy of its name--at$ l00
for $85.
BROWN'S DRUG STORE.
I TIORTANT NOTICE.
G. H. WILD.
The Leading Tailor,
and only direct Importer in the city,
is just received his entire stock of
Foreign and Domiestic Woolens for
Spring and Summer '96, at
NO. 2 E, WASHING3TON ST. NEAR MAIN.
Full Dress Suits a Specialty.
WAHR'S__BOOKSTORES,
Stationery.
We can show you all the latest
tints, in all the poplalr sizes)
with envelopes .to romatch, for
Ladies' and Gentlemen's' Polite
correspondenc4. "Wegivespeclal
attention to epgrayiog hf wed-
ding invitationis;, reception and
visiting cards, and majking 11900-
ogramss and address dies. Plate
printing. We take pleasure in
showing you.'
'Sip Tows. Down Town.
Psliverslty Bookstore, Opposite Cuort~ouse
205S. State St. 4 N. tain St.

1011ifetl' only11114'is ll' alilly.
1111111 of the ha~led:
Nos 1Ilt 1011'illrill for1111'lii's.'lleto-
11111 111110111 1d11ffT telil'- -hl ins O o-
ti lt o,- floltllfl'1151115111 0' t lvllill'lli

3ionals and be barred, but ilot a stti-
dent ill thAs culh'ge, 101, 1,11 dnj" otlivr, i
when Ill tools it iipoii hinisf'If to col.w1i
a team I'm* au few wooks had ally idea
tll:lt ill consequel ce lie ,vas to ll , ;41t1:t
out froln college .al=lllet.ics in the
The rule,,s 'I'dopted a l-o t1,', follows:
ltldetic rille.s to overn iilt;orcoiR"g-
hite contie.st", recolunlended for a.dop.
t]G11 by the athletic confe're'nce at Chu -I
ca1r;0, February 8,
1. (Excepted to). No cn, sihnll pax-
t4413.ato ill 'Illy ill terco:l.en'iate aide or
a4'10otic sport ilillc 's hi' be a, b'ril l
fide ;fident: doill full work in a r(';n-
i 1ar or Sw(Ia l (Ot'1'sE? a; defliif'd ill the
I
citl"ricullml of Ili:; colde e: and no hell-
son who hays parcicilya"ted in ally 111:ttcll
gaI114' <i.S aL member of Illll' colle-
tcun shall be pernli tted to
in alit' 1 1;111110 ais 1 llleilib'r of anotllel-
(-(Vlore t(';Illl until .lie I1as beeli al. llia-
tri.cula ilt, in such coll.e e, under flit:

1illitI, Md sts.Setraice-11111 I'ti
0111ill 011in1';1'lllll'1oi heI'lii 1111
Ileyli W.1''S.mi.h,'A. il S.1.A
I'11591'1l, 11 1011111 111111the 911lleie.
1dwin'H 19111 99111107il)'11).llel

;f above coll(lit'.i()11, for a l)2.rlo(t of Si . 1'(?j)()1"t, +110'tN',lllr; till(' t3 40C'ilti()13 i0 t)t',

lollefcs ll Iicig i a 5111t11t 011S 1 1 "" I' it Stlg g'.lll ttl ie i oi i 1 'llireg'.01111t 1101 ot.N i' I leo ~ $1 {)011111 itl debt1 wa

]; ,
o> < d 1112 stI';ic t rule 1"er d2' 1iIL ; lI'o 3 j Engel allo+ther for l)It7fP : I(Inal or t rad-
14 ;:_'olla.lism Which '%vay adopted at lute St12dy.
the (,wifereneo, and propos(A likewi ;c I >. (Ado-tecl). -No pc I°s:cyu shall be
tit., l>la n of haxin e"a02 11willber, cof a admitted to any interco'llogd-ate con-
te'-' m 'd-11 a. written l)leclyl' to' 111=' (If- tesft w1w reeeives ally r('11111i1er-
fef_ t that he ivas sytri.ctly a:i a twitour, ataon, or pad- for hi, serdcc s on the
.in(,! elibib-le tinder the 51,)It.-i,- and letter cedle-;e te'1117.
o: the rules. 3. (A.dolytod). Any s cadent of and-
" he Roard is di torwia A. that all lilstitut"dau AN"ho Al<111 be pur's1ii114 a

I

aotic of pro'fessionalism1, 'Indihll' oille
co(lIe'lt-uhig.leas ust110 1" ll''S1'hId
1. e11 stltbe notice~d 11h1t1.1111'lil tr
d1i11 not tliink it 1best to Ido'til l'e1
Iltitclldeclares that a 0shadelI'ilt 11 111
lI r-~i~Iaedin Ia illtnilt illig " t 51115i
<t Mcll~ber oftlt uny eo}lie(-VteshlI 0111111
1111 behe trmhitteld ho pOO'iL'-11t,1in lly1l

11119' 01111 e t fi ih'osillah 0l1itul)n,
litllullI iltllihberof sclolstlillycllsrg re
(Ilhiilllbhfore seve litgfhio glud1la'e
or profe'ssiofIlhdegrle totrSwhich'lie11
is at eailidaitla.

CHICAGO-MICHIGAN DEBATE.
All Preparations Madie for To-
night's Contest.
lt1''tIltihig is 1ucldylf'thll' l 1e' Ilell
Sl'ty119' 111 aililiit. 111101 'l00.go
men,'l, tesi 5. "I'ulhglItl. lAlitilell,
this no-i'aitg iti at're -('gis I'l 1111111
rl+'lie'lI~liiis«Illhi teI s1111 ('lfiXldat
25 ents. Stlsie will b itlriislelt by
Lecture by Dr. Wanless,
Dlr. 'WX.J. Wleshl(9s wil0151111k1 tothe
lower 'ehlcttretOlOo tie iedlt
bulling tomiorrowS',it t 1a. mi. 150 "The
Mcfd ic-t Praetice of tIdial" iFor ev-
Cr10a~lh'a sDr. Wanles Swls 11 lplysll-=
cirri in Indtia:, so toatthl~d ecture -wilt
conic fro ne -wh 'lo los 11011practical
elxperliece. Tfhis lecture is especially
for Iiesical sttudents, Uiough others
95901 not be excluded.

Ilhtor hbecomea merI Iio11f11t11 Ihwlilrt 4. (tExeepot 1to). No stdoent 0111l1
llhe ge tea11, tuntil lie has Ibeeni a1uiltr- lpatic~iate li011n' islls'h'oltegiale c111-
fliln~t inl ouch college for six lllltl . test ssho 100 ts ver ta (d 01'is, Gsihlll his
'tis 'seemietd unsut-edl to MtOiclAhllllknow ledge of atlletics or his athl Alet
e wldidteC. The objectlt of01110ii ltil for gainO.'flis ale shall i e 01111"
hid) is dotubtless 10o1119k" 0Sit1il1 or ative after October 1, 1896i.
r ecEtOC to 'inlcice' successfi' allI(tioa5. (Adopted). No student shall t1.ay
1o bhnge their cllge 11any Aiae noder anassumieId name.
"Thse strict regulations t11a0 have (Continued on Second Page.)

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