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VOL. III.-No. 29.



NTI~1I'aImilton , ant irs. J. Reed; medi-( STUDENTS THAT TOOT,
THIOA S LEAGUEIcal department, AMisses iBishocp andr
Cok;hmoatibis__-TeU fM Will Add a Band to its
What it Aims to do for the U. of h erg; its, Miss Btenson; tdental, stf ranzaios
M CoE.Miss PIhillips pisarimiacyf .:iss it The IUniversity is soon to hisve
Pierce. new miusical organizations, to lit
Its Organization, Aims, and Resulmts 'he presideist is chosein ever)' al- kisoswn as the tr. of M. banil. ThIis
Accomplished- Executive Corn- terstate year froms te isslepentdents. nesv msicsal tir(anizatiisi is to Ut
mnittee and Officers for this Year TI
- The Fa-C Taken hy Faculty !is.eirst president was Msis.EthlscI suiler the sdirecto~rship of Gcralsin
..adies--Heiw the (t-Eds Masy !lounstasin, now preselstress ini a pros~s- ('Colis. Al r. Collinis' Isis.nt is aI

Theso.,a55 tvls Wicsliou~i se
tre'tissy sbove all siller-s tisc
( NI M. girl is tihe l's siisis
s aguse. Ilis soieity, fosrmsed abtit
-%V V~seassgso, hIssmaniifosldlsobjects.j
'I~e need ssfisrinsging the girls of the

periu sislashes' college in Oak~islands,
Cal. 'I'lis.secondsri iesidlent,5 Miss
Loise Rasndolph, note Mrs. lPsi.
dcraiy ii i sis.Berlin isIJuliette
Sessiosns is this. presidenit this Vesir.
It is the airs of tie eaIsgupe ts iaie
as sieetis.-shbout onice ev ery monsth,

-isper classes ito more shrect snion ansi anisinteresting programt is tsr-
ith the cotmparatire straisgers sarI rangedl fsor the coming scar. In
osnghieen felt. Heee, too, all of ahoist twooweceks M~rs. Robilinson,

lie girls mecet simiply as students of
the University, not as menihers of
sty particular departmnent or class.
I[ere tise "iris useet and find social
sof inthe. best form in d sitan isslis-
s~neesni leiatsre. shiishIsatiy issis-
Wr ofi op5s dis v iisate. parties cosild
1i0 girs. I Pess.thes.ladhes sit the
failts. gisvs.ofithis.best issaities
-, v - sses fo t eselifttiof thes

ii's Btasncroft, of Detroit, a w'ell-
knowen esdsucatosr, will adsdsrless tse
tLeagtse on 11The Adivsntages of
higher Eduacation foe Lashes frossi
Ahroad.'' later iii the seasoss ad-
diresses trill he gisven ts rlis. Nans-
crede and Carrosw osiemsergesscy
cases asnd hose to trea~t thesi, sasnd
Mrs. Asngell will gire sas tals. on the
weorks o~f woensis at the Worldl's

yosngesr siesmbers oif the I easyie. l air. NIrs. Anigell is Ilaisyiisa.' er
!,c '05555 st 1 'st'twor-thsirdls(if the .\lfrm s-cigssn, andsiwill I iirissiliess
l . Every girl ini tse lI iisrsiss jgive isii.tfiiisyverlots.'restsig.
rt'inhil y ousght tos le aisle t d tisl Thi 'le remindsisier if tisi entertin i-
ra'half astwteli. Sie trill alhess tnentis tillise soialsss, iiftee the
ise the feelisig that she iassasidcm-ssj plait uf those givesn last yeare, the
ate pissce, aind that somaehsosdy stasscl experim ent tihessmadielharisig provetd
lslliil Iser to rendier help asis as- that socials givens at peltvste hsosises
sstance swhess needed.' were a consplete success. A social
[lie reception coismmittee uopessed timie is usually indculgedcini after the
te year hy rendering assistasire to aidresses. 'fis fissal entertainment
strangers in regard. to roosss, classes is alwaeiys a hatwr social, assdl thesn
and progriams. . A portions cf the osse tintks of thte many heastiful
rommoittee ressined constantly ini places in Ann Arbor foestuchs pleas-
mh saiss hail to receive the ste's stire, the sisccess of this soiai is evi-
yens. A girl svho comes litre is ' r dent.
cass lsardly appreciate thse diffirsilsi s lMany young lashes seemii iot to
ccountered foreely hy thsose telso knote to wehons they msay give thseir
anse as strangers, tithout some osse feetiventy-five cesitsanil obtaiss a
toi help thsem. In tihis particuslar ibaiige. Akny memsher of the execs-
hine the Leagisetvorks in cosjsnc- live comnmoittee casn settle thast suat-
ho's swith thse S. C. A. tee. These young laidies twear a
[Ts. executive comssiittee consistsI badge of yellotw,hisue asid clark
o5 one msember frost each sorority, hlue rihhon. It would lie an excel-
ias eq~ual nsumhee of girls from the lent idea if every girl ini the Uni-
literary deisartment and one mem- versity wouid identify herself with
lie from tacit of thet othser depart- this society, as all who listened to
merets. Foe the peesestt year thtis the excellent address delivered to
committee is composed of the fol- thse League last montishby Dr. Asngell
lotting members: Literary depart- can certify.
ment, Misses Durfee, Goodeich,
hlolden, Ross, Barnard, Stearns, At 9:30, tonsorrow, '9- lit meets
W~olf, Phelps, Sessions, Wadsworth,' in room A. Importlant hbusiness.

mscianissiis stelil kissitess tsthtie
I; iiv ersity- asnd li h siuscnetiton siths
the bistsii till cs.rtainulyinue: its
success. .mseeting ws'as hld1lsast
NVesisessly v en issg andcte foiiott
isng officers elected: ].'resiilesnt, J.
W.s Cory; ice-presidlent, Carl Jones;
secretary, L.S. Wiggints; treasurer,
1: I oeeester hbisiniess miasager, C.'
S. heramuselibrearian, It. 11. Whiit-
ten; director, Gerald Collins.
Th it.band, whens conmpleteii ttill
contain ahou~t thirty msembhes. Thse
ohiect is to give pishlic coiscerts.
lDurintse Sftll ansi sprinig openi air
concerts wtili he givens on thte campuss.
Dursing the spingssyvacaion the baud
will tak e a tosirthsrosigiscollege,
townts atid sosme iof the large cities.
its. folloinsg an- the nanses of the
slayers andilthseis insstessieists:P'c-
Coo, teo. Cis;flt ca ine,
]'ranki Casse; first P1 lit sclasrsosnt, I1.
1. Brow, irslst ciionets'.l 1'seres-
ter; secoundilaia ntC L lisst;
obeo, (to he fillsed);sisolocunset,
Chass. Vsasdeelt, It rossItis p,'f'.
S. Blennuei;first corsiet,3J. W. fury;
second corntet, Earsnest lBraynser;
solo alto, RasysiosndHller; first
aito, .-obsert Christman anil 11. it.
Whsittest; thirdi alto, J. J. Lasedl;
first tenor, L.. S. Wiggisns; seconsd
tenor, WilliamsiGwtyner and C.
Adamos; first trombone, Geo.
'sansderwalker; secosid tronmbone,
Pauil Nklinnis; baritonse, Carl Jones;
tuba, H. IHi. Whitney; haslssru,
Walter Moore; site drum nsdisitraits,
E. Edmnsts.'Thse ibandselxpect to
be abie to give cuiscerts iii the sitar
future. 'T'he butsinsess msanager's ad-
ciress it ;, South Fousrths street.
IV. H. Nichols, lit '91r,twas chair-
msan of the meeting foe the organi-
zation of Prohibitio nists at the
Univ. of Chicago, Saturday. j
Mrts. Allen, of Portland, one of
the World's F~air commissioners for
the state of Oregon, is visiting her
daughter, Miss Allen, of the medical
de partment.

10os 133-185uw iODist, Ave..,
,55 '.ttL'VS ,
Detroit, Michigan.
9 iehmond Straight Qcit.
No. 5
d's tetatt moerswhis
'x 1 are wilinstosi sssa listle
u4; ch5 olargetdssor the srinisa
traeeCigarettes, will find
'feaps AND superior to
5 Thishimossnd Straight
Oust Ne.51dCigarettssartetmade-fromsstht bright-
est, mostsdeica~ttely flavoednt d highsesteos
Goid Leaf growistn iVirginsia. This is the Old5
asd Originusl BrassdtofOStraighst d'st Cigarettes,
ands seas bohessilt outthe as istheyetar 5555.
Beweare of 5Isitsatisss,ad ostsertettsatthe
tlsn nsame as below issas es'ser packaze.
Of5 the Ametritan Tobacc C.,
Mansufsatus - - ithmossnstVirginia.
0 * Served at asllHours.
R~. E. JOLLY & CO.,

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