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VOL. III.-No. 587.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY (E, 1893.

PRICE, THREE CENTS.

A SUBJECT WELL TREATED. She said it is the duty of man toj
Prof. Fiske's Lecture on Alexander respect every woman no matter what
Hamilton Bears the Stamp of her condition, simply because she
Careful Historical Research. is a woman. Perfect women do not
Particularly instructive to the stu- ineed our respect, but the degraded
dent of history was the lecture on women do.

Alexander Hamilton, delivered by
Professor Fiske, of Harvard, atj

Yale's Easter Trip,

UnIversity hall last Saturday even- The schedule of baseball games
ing. arranged by the Yale nine during
Professor Fiske carried the thread its Faster trip is as follows: March
of Hamilton's life through struggles owith University of Pennsylvania
M education, statesmanship, and at Philadelphia; March i, with
politics; told of the wonderful in- Washington Y. A . C. A., at Wash-
sight into human nature and of the ington; April i, with the University
intellect which seemed to have of Virginia, at Charlottesville, Va.;
sprung forth into full maturity April 3, same; April 4, with Johns
while Hamilton was but a youth, and Hopkins University at Baltimore;
ably explained the energetic mili- and April 9, with University of
tary policy with which he dealt Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
with colonial uprisings.
Professor Fiske spoke of Hamil- To Purify Athletics.
ton as a frank, good-natured little
lion, who won all hearts, and aptly At a recent meeting of the stu-
described the brief, concise, but dents of the University of Pennsyl~
tinal severing of all military rela- vania to discuss the undergraduate
sons between Washington and rule in athletics, resolutions were
Hamilton. In sieech and writing adopted to the effect that the Uni-
the latter was accredited with none versity of Pennsylvania is willing to
of the arts of the rhetorician, but adopt measures to purify college
vititihatilirect appeal to msan's athletics, but that the proposed
casn, siichi even unsilting ninls change fails to recognize the differ-
reas forced to accept. ence between a university and a
rcf.e t itcollege, destroys university spirit
M. A. C. Men have a Rally. . and is too radical to be hastily
- adoptedl.
The Michigan Agricultural Col-
iege students at the University held Cornel's Scnedule.
a social gathering and banquet at 6 -
N. Division street, on Friday even- Te schedule of baseball games
ing, last. A general good time was thus far arranged is as follows:
enjoyed. There are twenty M. A. Williams at Ithaca, April 26.
C. students at the University, scat- Princeton at Ithaca, April 29.
tered among the various depart- Cuban Giants at Ithaca, May 4.
ments, from five in the literary to tLehigh at Ithaca, Mfaay 6.
one in the homeopathic. Lehigh at Bethlehem, May 13.
Williams at Williamstown, May
Mrs. S. M. t. Henrv's Address. 24,
i University of Michigan at Detroit,

TWO CROWDED HOUSES.
The Glee and Banjo Clubs Meet
With Magnificent Audiences,
Receptions, and Banquets.
The Glee and Banjo Clubs re- /IPo Tf\S E
turned yesterday morning from EA dF EVJNkLCS E
y t . DEROIT, MICH. '
their first trip, which was most sucI
cessful in every way. Bath at Bryan,
Ohio, and at Coldwater they were
received by crowded houses, stand-
ing room even being well occupied.
After the concert at Bryan, a recep
tion was tendered, alumni having
the principal hand in the affair.
The opera house floor was cleared,
Wh~es viii aiiathe Latest Seiropoliitan Styics
and dancing was indulged in. ofcsa. or $5iihes at 50c ta $1 a pair lss tIaan
Ace Arbor pries, sed for OCtlague ia
At Coldwater the boys were mets LO t
in campaign style with a big con-
veyance drawn by four fine white * *
horses. In the afternoon they were 101. 183--13 WOODWARD AVE.,
taken around town in hacks and DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
spent a most enjoyable day at the
hands of their hosts. The concert f.IQhmOnd Straight Qat.
was given under the auspices of the "i
V. M. C. A., which organization, CIGARETTES.
C'igsrvtte Sunaisers wrho
after the concert tendered the club I.. awating i"ea ine
a} careitian telpie
a most enjoyable banquet at the as- u-aii-edfiithe 'ruaa.
sociation rooms, several of the boys s superioris
responding happily to toasts. T e Nahe-riuconu Stra igh
Cut N. I i aitt taymdetromthbiiigiiht-
opera house was crowded t in thei eat ,msiatlavsdni aiigheasi
l" dLeafi grown in Sirainia TIs is the Old
evening and orgna-i ul aof Striaii h t iarettes,
a nc, "as tutut ear 1875.
- -4 + -- - .ewario iaimiations, aaidaosevesiiiitiiie
The Date of the Local Debate Coi aeas. . isiailrveryvlikage.
test Changed i mtheAmvrican lobaco Ca.,
__-~anuaturers, - - iaciuion. i ra.
The inter-university debate com-
mittee held a short meeting Mon- Unquestionably
day morning to make arrangements T-sE G isT RiiADE OF]
for the coming local debate. It F T Y W
was thought wise to change the date FRATERNITY JEWELRY.
of the contest, owing to the tardi- And the Largest Assortment o
ness of the societies in the selection _L 'Q' -i J. l =.Ei
of their men. Feb. 25 being the
only available date, the contest was a mE n
changed from the 2oth to that time. ROEH & SON,
It was decided to attach an admis- DTIOIT, MICHIGAN.
ciiTR,0Ta-iyiiICHtGAN.

I

Mrs. S. MI. I. Henry delvered an
address before the S. C. A., Sun-
day morning, on the subject 'Social
Purity." Her address was full of
good thoughts. She said in part,
"Social Purity" means correctness,
delicacy and honor in the relations
of man and woman. It is necessary
to keep our thoughts pure. For
what is in the secret recesses of the
individual mind today, becomes in
the future the impulse of a nation.
We should not not be creatures of
circumstance, but should compel
circumstances to yield to principle.

May 30.
University of Toronto at Ithaca,
June 12.
These dates are subject to change,
but the games themselves and the
places are a certainty.
The series of lectures given last 1
year before the S. C. A., together
with the series of this year, will be
bound, and sold at one dollar per
volume. Prof. Scott will edit the
book, which will be about the size
of one volume of Gardiner's His-
tory of England.'

slon tee or twenty-five cents, pr
chasers of tickets being entitled to
admission to both preliminary and
final debates. Tickets will be placed
on sale this week. Prof. H. C.
Adams, Dean Knowlton, and Rev.
C. M. Cobern were selected as
judges for the local debate, which
will occur in the law building.
On the last Saturday of the month
the first indoor contest of the season
will be held at McMillan hall. A
number of field sports will be intro-
duced, as the various jumps, high
kick, etc. Only members of the
"gym,' however, are elegible to
enter.

Colle(aelat,;s,P ins, and Class Buttons.
P. J. KINNUCAN,
MERCHANT
TAILOR
AND IMPORTER Of
D r W. B'o ii SW,
etroit,Xiha.

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