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VOL. III.- \o. SF.



The Names of Lontestants for Ora-
torical Prizes Have Soon
Handed In.
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Biritain in i88o. Since 'S1 Prof. NATIONAL LEGISLATORS.
' Fiske has delivered many hundred
lectures, chiefly upon historical The Law Senate Passes Resolu-

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the L'ni1ted States and ra lian
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and instructor ian17History in 5670.
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rian. Since rs87 Prof. F7iske has
lectured annually on American
history at Washington University,
St. Louis, Mo., and in 1884-'go lie
held the professorship of American
history in that institution, until he
hecame a lecturer on history at
tHe lectured on American history
at University College, London, and
at the Royal institution of Great

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icr readl a clever essay o1
Little Napoleon'' and J.
followed with a vocal s
nmain feature of the progr
dehate on the F~ree Coinag
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ly denounced hy C. T. P
which came a short geme
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nation of W. J. Galbraith
resenting the society int
being arranged with the
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as v the U pton, II ;J. ItI. V70n1Tasel,
ge of Silver. N. C., C. WV. Wells, N. J.
Ifolusly sup- TAILOR
.deoun- The electoral hoard of the literary
'urdy, after societies yesterday elected J. J. ADI70II I(1
rldbt.Blake and J. F. G riffe n as dehaters
g the resig- to meet Ann Arhor's rep~resentatives,
from rep- XV. F Wolfe having declined to ac- FZ TOOI.Mj "TSj
Univdersitycapt the position. Tlse team is now
Unvriycomplete, being composed of J. T. 5 W-FOR.T ST,
tled . Lindley, J. f. Blake and J. F. Grif-
plc. fen-Daily Cardinal. D toiMichigan.

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