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[URI)AY, OC'TOB3ER 261 1896. FOUR .PAGES-3 CENTS.

VOL. VI. No. 2 4.

UNIVERSITY OF' MICHIGAN, SAI

ONE GUITAR N
ON Is enough for one person toH
S play on at one time. One
goitar is not enough, how- IN5
qw O ever, to sopply 3,000 Stu- I0
dents. That's why we have .
MN1 constantly in stock several
j dozens of guitars of various H!s
1 makes and prices.
"BETTER LOOK AT OUR 9999
U. OF M. GUITAR.
I It's good as its name. 919
THlE ANN ARBOR ORGAN CO, '
S.MAIN ST. c
Sheehan's

complete stock of
SWEAI[DS AND
GYMNASIVM SUITS
in the city. We make them to
order, in aniy color, desigtn or
style desired.
Agcnts for the celebrated
13E0. S. PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN,.
Engraved visiting carsds we sup-
ply in five days.
30 S. STATE STREET.
- WIL D -
THE LEADING TAILOR~
AND IMPORTER.
The latest and most Fashiotiable
Foreign Fabrics for Men's Wear.
The Imrgest Stock in the City.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST., NEAR MAIN.
WILD.
WE NAVE WHAT YOU WANT,
We can meet your needs in the.
way of text-hooks, supplies, etc., no
matter what your class or depart-
ment, at either of our stores, and we
have the right kind at the right
price. Bring around a list of your
wants; a trial purchase is the best
indicator as to where you should
trade alt the year.,
We buy, sell and exchange second-
handbhooks in large quantities, and
can. offer you special bargains in
this line. We are sole agents for
the celebrated Waterman fountain
pen-everyone guaranteed. You'll
also find the best University Station-
ery, Note Books, Drafting Supplies,
Saweaters, etc, at special rates at]
W AH R'S.
ip Town, newn Town,
University .bosktore, opposite Courtueouse
20 S.state St. 4N. Mats St.

S ENATOR !lILL SPEAKS. old landtttark wlich hs lot -11wit s -
'ilies sllothldi e jealouslsy guarded;
GOOD OPENING OF THE STU- itthos titeltdis not Is(-totiittus sthold~
DENTS LECSURE COURSE. lx' (estroyedi. \o idea. or super'stition
He Talks of "Old Landmarks'' which delays human progressshtoitli
Such as Jefferson, the Constitu- I,, preserved.'
tion and the Benefit or "Hard" 11.Still giots train Ani Aribor is
M~oney. _____Ohio, ashlire itte willttmake 1fou-trcetit''
S-etator iDavid B-. H-ill stieS'' to an in thei' political cattlitelt. While litre
audt~ientce of I SlO leslin nivitersity hli as1bese5to-by inewspapjer eel-re-
t1,a1t last iiciti, auspicioslysieopeintg sisli'tts. buti tothiog of a; political
this year's S. I.. A. coursie. its rtecept-nattice coiulil he obtainied ft-iohint,
titti was hearty tatd tile' address was atnd he car(efulliy avoided lily political
irequently intetrruiptetdti y applause. rlereitees int his address.
Seniator 11111 said in part: A Good Example.
"Isp'eak tonightttf '(Olit iamdi-oarks,'-
lnst itste strict teise of(tie termlll u iTesutbscrittiotn of Jacobis .&All-
So a ibroad Ostnse, signifyos ilt-setfleit' atnit. these dio'eatileris. hasbee thtttsits
pas at wic haemad t1cwold' po-dttlltrs, watoprottised biy this it-ittlast:
iktsprwhich 1115's' ttiatlehitt'rwitrodleeti
bluss atiti whichtwe titwrregatrditssiistatgiisiitlrs 1'it
sacredi. 'S'lit' olsdlltanmarks of outritis- tffer, astohiety arc tittatetitt't-s o coti-
tory iatethose which havs-itoodi1 t'etrittitt'to t'e 'wttan'si5< ylllttsitltiti.
sttormotfititbtic optiniotin to which they , is liopit-d thai. loss' t'hititliig-s
htave bieenti stitie-i. ('ontservatistit1isassitredtieit-1itistitistiens iniAttnt
tirt'cornte-stollet' d nduanc isArbirrimay fotlliw fhits getierostiex-
liii te'st of titeir iaccepitanlce. aimpltiantdthatenthelitomlti on o1
"This is stliagte of ttciitelo, aitti thirs 1hlceddblidn;
tf progress ititia perioti of unr t t 'iie mist slid stf tielt' ti-r corritdtr
STday tmay lit'rega~rded astiheiiiire-sy of f lertastiiiaii s tt-adiuii.ootiti.'lTe
otf tolitirows. Ii is tiolt wse tac-elpt Oomiut'.s UTaguet'art' to tirittoti tilis
nt-aw St-eoriss.tisclutiiiig fdsilt id- atol, istheietntiontt s to ittrt-lase'
nmar-ks. only silt-itarticit's its ty tbt, tf tier
t-tecttedi onGolittl e t''soit. It sacks to shosw'ilt'iritirest iiitt'theclit'gt
atnew i-ca iiihisity. Except at tat-i' Otitili
itevais.St'e righttof a pele t'to ovi- At the Fraternities.
ei tihemselses iadi notttieen si'rte'd
E. C'. Weeks. '9.) miia--or'tof'ifsat
hb-fort' heii"tuoptittnlof tisititiotaltt
tiea's ba~ll tam. Se ti tie',glit-fof sit'ei
tocument't. Thtonas .Jeft'rsotit's
framter-,was'atrully liii xtt'iasi- ituiler, tlieltifite-it
Th'ie Adeiittit fl-ta ILli, Delia Kappait
wstho bildtedtitot for iii Hotutilt fir
,gentertiones. 'i' SteatIutiltattd tsehpsl
atdoptiotioftitir ('tnstitustioni arse land-ti111(tSPiiKapptaPlihetutheii'r atitital
fallinittiationis last s~i.
tmat-ks, imarkiig theticulmittiittofa
csios ittSt'e worlud's litstor.t"'t'e'Pii K1-Uttuist etfraterntity hlli
'Ser annual invittion' la it tg
wouittit ake Ithice i iin h tugovernmtts'
mietntionitig ini artittltir fotritmed- Ca-i-Is awert' taitfor lifts'.
niints awhicht should hi' titte to itie' 55 iidti1]. 9 'ittitit.'961 LArthutr (G.
constiltutiett. it' favoreti -in extet- tiul'r, 't96, Walter S. Hoitlen, '819,(G.
Sioni of thti' pr'esitde'ntial tirto to osi 11'Slush, S'S:)F..tlin , ;,W. 0'.
yeiie.,-:,aithi a irtisisittittiatii~g a ir's-
iditfiniieligihle' to te-eletion; ti lts e~e- anhuhtiiersaietthtlt'giltsof the 111i
titintof settatet's ty ite sirect a-ste if Kla si sfraterity~.
Shle tieople; confeiritig sil thett'presidtit As Others See Us.
the right to aeto specifiitete iinitp--
pttopriatfton hills wtitttiakitig a-oid Thoftillowatig edtitoriia liraglrlphl
the entire hiltl; aSnsatanentintetpro- appeared'ttin tie'Clee'tland t'Leader for
hihbitig te eslie of te goaertttnent's (Oet. 22, 1895:

gridirotn. III muany lios faoktheti
l'tiis'rsity of -Mihgan htils tittie mlsit
ti give lt'einstitutiiiostf higersiu-
t-:titon aw'tsStof lt'eAliehu'giot'fait'
tndhonlori iSin t'eLit andilsinc' tilt
towit iWestt'rnt Reserte litys ha e i t
tov'erwa'helietd by tt' lmtiAbotgiatts
in fottbal, i ilas idoienitihat-utithte
Mli-iigatuumtit-it nst ake somei' tf this
u-seitlfoutof Yaltatidtitite ti'thees
of Slarvsaitd to tiie iirtiw'tss of t'
yountg aia'rstltseof the l aki' rgionu
aidttetit'sisissippi Utlity.
Todays Game.
'lilt' gamii' asithithiLisaoke'Fetshlni-
versiy ttatmtwsal lttegiii at 230thSis
aftrnoo, tldiprtialth irtyitttt
Woiasey; lfttu d.iihn omu; lift t-It,
litititttt tright cua-rdi.,Situiit; right
tekit, S-'llu'ativir; right endiiSags-,;
quatretehatt, Wood;ulft -lhalf, Livy';
right ihaf. 1Lee; futl loisk. lii.
A trtp' has beetn s et'ihis'tl ttit itltY
aiountitoiilt- lit 01'pliay,'and telet' ire's
it-tasid asill tie'gaittired abottthis.
'lPteisill tolittel latiis tstaud,.ashilt-i
The Freshman Spread.
As helivi tiattionsistsuetr'i his'filt'
so'phiomorei' tonit teoh' gitls ,sicy liit
hta esat-hedtievery il",. thi sophomoistre
classi oiallyti incites aif 'Its irl5s t-
asill lit'gist-uitheiilii 5itlliin'ti, 05.
1. 1893.
Report Before Tuesday, Oct. 20.
'hure dissrtttis i-inuti'':5itti
stettdlof;'.as i'o-tst'ily. optioittl. Sit.
-letader' tesits's tall ii ,eititoS
ihoseand t eprt'iitheirticuus to Morit
Y. M. C. A. Meting.
te Univer'sitys'Ytiitg lien's (hrtistiati
Assotr-tionttis s-hanugdtlft-num it.,Ii. tt
2:50p.It.li. Aun t-outitof thi ts'Sutth't
t'ottii'uetus-et'.iLaks'etGtt'etiaill lit
gist-n hy thr dletgaitsswhotwesrthfitri.
Allnits-tisttdents it-i' ortlitihy initedt.
Oracle Is Coming.
ritorts ver'y "stiefttuuy prgeiss sot
aut' cosftintmlY cinhg i ath it is
t'xpeOet'tito lhip l ice t'(rae itl Otstle
bty Dee,. 1, 80.

pronmissory note's as money. Thu
speaker coitfined hutstdiscussion of tese
hotnts almost entirely to te last one,
and the latter part of lute addres~s as
mainly confined to tenmoney tquestion,
advocatitng the psritucipiles of "htardl
money."
tn closing Setuator I-ill said: "Every

"'ths''Uiersity- tf .ihigain is tile-
ly So take' itis teasoniittii utuustigliii
foremnost eollegtes of Atuueiainifoot-
htall. Its fretni is sit hig and ts stuig;
thast tee may blit' i lurhpu-tot' in
store for ilHauard uwetithe Iltigt-sf
tuniesity of te last tim-s e ilg-'
gosh one of the Wes ipo1110 te fateful

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