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VOL. VI. No. 23.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1895.

FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VI. No. 23. UNiVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1836. FOUR PAGES-S CENTS.

~ONE GUITAR
Is enough for one person to I
play on at one time. One1!
gnitar is not enough, how- H$
jII ever, to supply 3,000 Stu- il
S dents. That'swhy we have
S constantly in stock several
dozens of guibars of various I9$
makes and prices.
SBETTER LOOK AT OUR
11. fF M. IlISTAR. lt.;~ ; isnae

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THE ANN ARDOR ORGAN Co,,
S. M AIN S T.
Sheehan's -.E P
You can find the largest and most
complete stock of -SNTRD
SWEATERS- AND HILL WILL SPEAK TONIGHT.1t
P~fIIAVI~tRAN ADDRESS ON "OLD LAND-
UIIYIJIIIUII ~J~lO MARKS" BY THE SENATOR.
in the city. We make them to Forty-First Season of S. L. Ato Be
order, in any color, design or Opened Tonight-A Large Audi-
style desiredi. ence Predicted-His Address Not
____________a Political Speech.
Agents for the celebraited Scouter Davitd B. Hill, of New York,
B EO. S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN, will arrive iniits city ait 2 o'clock this
after noon.lie will bh etiict hicsit-
Engraved visiting cards we sup- crgi of liiistiidcents' Lecture Asse,
pl _ cfv ay itiois iandiwill irohably make his
S}-{EI'IiA1{ & cc lieadquarlteis it lie Cook House dusr-
30 S. STATE STREET. inis listcay in Aim Arisor. Ibis lee-
lure will begimi at 3 o'clock this cecii-
" W JJ.AD inky iii Uiiversity Hall. The subject
THE LEA ING TAIOKwill.lie "Old Ltnmmdsarks."
THE EADIG TALOR Seiiator tHil's appcaranuce before the
Stuidensts' Lesture Associatiomi here has
AND IMPORTER. been the suhject of much coiiiieiit all
The latest and most Fashioiiahle oer the country. Papers hostile to
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear. himn in New- York have editorially dec-
The Largest Stock in the City. precated his being ieceived here, oust
NO0. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN, ss'veral Chicago papers have coin-
YaL 1i ented in the siiiiicstraimn. This his
isiade his appearance here aumatter of
tiir arn r vniWAUTgeneral interest and severtal outsiide
WE HAVEYWHATIYOUuWAT papers will very likely have repi'e-
We can meet your needs in the 'ittioatli'ecr.
way of text-hooks, supplies, etc., no It his heen inimmed by Ditroit and
matter what your class or depart- New' York papers that Senator Hill
mont, at either of our stores, and we
have the right kind at the right would take this as aii optportunity for
price. Bring around a list of your imaking politicail capitol ansi clat it
wants; a trial purchase is the best would he iii the nature of mi political
indicator as to where you should
trade all the year. reception to hums, 'his is't of course
We buy, sell and exchange second- out of the questioni. tor several years
hand books. in large quantities, and there has heen a rule of the hoard of
can offer you special bargisi eetsta oseceso oiia
this line. We are sole ag~nsrgents thtnfoeere fa oiia
the celebrated Waterman fountain niature could he iiusdei' iiit'ives''ity
pen--everyone guaranteed. You'll Hail, and thits ini itself is sufficieiit to
also thud the bestUniversity Station- preveint anythiiig of ltme kind,. .'he S.
ery, Note Books, Drafting Supplies, L.A. emdisl tnt oscr
'weaters, etc, at special rates at; ~ emdisl otnt oscr
tesenator fora popular addres, a,a
W A a 9 thing which lie rarely itiales, anil
W A R 'S InicstyH-all will no doubt he
Up Towna ouwn Town, crowded to its utiiios-tho hear hlin to-
fliuSesity.Bookstore, OppasteCourCeaose :g
a0S.stabte St. 4N.Sain St. igh

AID B.HILL.

'VARSITY'S LINE STRONG-
Yesterday's Practice Showed Some
Hard Playing.
Yesterday's practice developed sonii-
goduedfaiiiwork atind individual play.
Desinty was hut.sit cnter sin the 'Vai--
-4ty' with ('arc at right guard. Weissn-
hacser ilayed center' on th" e stiuis.
'file teamnsolinsedlsitsas followrs:
Greienleaf-.... e.--.....Scult'r
'illthins-----------I. t.-....Evains
Hoosiper-.....I.g.-.....ohinsons
Deiiby - c -i... Noiiihaclisr
('atr-------i. g - R..aker
llemssisiger-...r. t.-...Johinson
Dickesi -.r. ec.....sitchsinsonm
Baird----------..q. b. - M..lorley
Shilts ... .. .1.I. ..... rumheller
Riharmds-....r. It.s -...'Vei'oi
Blooumingstoiiii-.-b ..,li .-McIencie
Baitrd play'eda a mrsd gameineiitil ise
wasscoiiipelleid to teav-cliii'guns'firom
aii injury to Isis knsee. Tin 'V'sarsiiy's
lin~e was strong aid id u omie iarud
phta-ing. Shields, Htitehinsom, Sentler
aindi:Morley lidt somie gioud hlocking
stidsitacklitig asitiBlooinigstott mnd
McKenzie "sonse goid uil itng.
A GOOD GAME FOR TOMORROW.
Rush-Lake Forrest Eleven Said to
Be a Strong Team.
'The ratio iores-bssl -Mc'slis'al coin-
binsed Iteaiiwtill lirobsablyarrive tiers'
tonsightfr'oii Chicago. 'The, team iss
iowia- deis'up of liii' best, 5dayi'ms of
thei (ta-isfoirmerly s'pret eamcis mind
inicludles somie players of first rank.
'T'ir'fisll(sack, Pill, aras formierly i
Sciitch Associationi footliall player and
is a kicker of exce'ptional ability,.lHe
pusis or srop-kicks equailly well withi
bells feet and sdoes ner step back fromi
his usual 1iositioit to isaae(lie hall
psasseui to hims, He kicked a heist goasl
ii Its'gamue awithsWisconssimi.
Mellillan Hamll" reqss a mll stsidents
wise imave copies of last ye'ar's Daily.
for which thcy Isaaeiso furtheir ise,
to slomate them to (lie hall iii orser
thiat the ile" may be completed.

MR. HANCIIETT ThINKS NOT.
REGENTS NEED NOT REMOVE
HOMEOPATHIC DEPT.
Opinion on the Subject by a Wel-
Known Lawyer-Also Says Re-
gents Are Not Under Legislative
Control-Courts to Decide the
M atte r.
Ross. Bentons thaiciett, of Sagiissi,
aaas msed for a legal uopiniotiythlii
tRegentis r'garding tis'cinsmittiomml-
ity sit tie ltcv providinig fo'lie r-
imoval sof tie homemopathic udearmtmen'mt
to Deli-oi. lii has reently cauimplieu,
sibimitting- that it. is smmcsstitstiool
bec'ause tieb aawas mit sigmedhtiy
Goc'rnriss'etll mbefore mie mdjournment
of tie legislature
Mr. thasclitI alsomsamys that, s tie
RBoarsd of Regents is mm consitutonsl
body, it is beyond legislativecomtrl
atuhammt le laca'is invamlil simmhist
;'roiundi. 'Ilte mamtter-cill iprobambly hi-
dec'rided'lby a est cat, brosighthis
compilel tie Regnts to make- tim ec-
LECTURES WERE APPRECIATED,
Prof. Raymond's Addresses Deiv-
ered to Good Audiences.
Rloomi24.asasfills-st yestra-ftsr.
ioonsoim l Hte'mi tis tie lu srs-of Prof.
Ocoige L. Ramyimonds, of P'rinceton,oiii
"['ilieNature andilFuitci isi'sf Poetr'i-'
Proif.hRay-miond lis isiting Prof. 'lius-
blood,asummitertt'm his letire bforec thie
Oratorictal AssosiatiomiWednsdassmy, lii'
soisceitish at this'requhest (f theissgEi-
Itoh) depasmrtment to deliesr yesterdayi~'s
eccisrs. 'ihs' wla-esturs'ha'sets's'n
thiooughly appresmsciat'sby a arIg'
msumber os-m'mbe'rss'ssf this'fsisuily mmii
Caucus of '96 Independents.
At tie scaucuss (f '6literarmmy indie-
penets, sf im Ns'ambes'-uy Hll yIestem-imus
aifternoomn this folloin-mg cmnidahits,
care unoiminaste'diforthies'ir'maininmg
clmis ofshcees: vice' Prs'siden't, Miss
(iclemiss Fishesr; tressu, 50. '. ('oh;
orator,. '. Sadiler; Pos'5, Mils
Euirs'tm A Boyless: hisrianm, iiss Iss-
is' Porter. 'hess'oics'ouf scretary
mmiiiproheiihtess5 x-wsu-i'lft51open, n iisiiili-
tious thi'be min t ihiss'slmass l's-isism
'Thes'elhsctionm caill hi'ehhe unsxithsMn-
sliy mafternosons sit I-iso'slock iifn iitheihom-
ouipatie ampuhsithesatres, achitshi is si t ile'
sousthm cmii sit'this-liomeo'piiathii- buidig
Fisk Sngers at Newberry Hall.
Puof. Spenee's,mmmialulimiius f httih-
gsun, ami i. Mosirs, f this' Fisk I i-
cersity fom' c-ioestiudesnts. Nasvlleth,
'T'nn.m,, acill hi' hisce' Suuiyhmmy ms-m-
pailed.ibysti-singssfronumithast immsti-
lutisui. Mr hMs-'osr mme m-is r f
souse repustationmindslusis'ndumislehi' -sm-
limliy of sigers ccill muhshsesmr st Ni-'
hrry Htall Sundaymi' afte-noonsi. Aidsmis-
suon ccill liefm-i',
Engineering Society.
'The subhjct tthi s-tuui sm'sitfg sit
this'eengineer'intg siesity tornuorowca
evcening in IboommIt)(5of this'seuginee'ring
builuing is "Tis' LiftingI'Power sit
ltagneu," by Prof. hashesson,

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