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VOL. III.-No. 90.



A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. IMichigan decisions are of especial THE WEBSTER DEBATES.
____- Iinterest to Mlicii'sn students. The The World's Fair to be [Closed on
A Detroit Student May Lose an Eye review of Shinn's tPleading andi Sunday-P. M. Truy and A. J.
from an Explosion in thealLbrroy Chem-IPatc otisawrh ugs ako h inr, II
fist heMichigan students in the WsstrScityr ii -s '
\V aler Labo D raoary. deta-aw shool
tairI chis'syuttawsoo.criowded even beyondfte(loot last - /a ,...IIIIR
was ftsfinrg for chromsiuim,yesterdiay; - - ---.;' - -- tenu fitscaoabig DETROIT, MICH.
afcf nsnltass nl i t A COURSE IN JOURNALISM,. vnnteocso en h
afiternoostin quitaibor yssa s it forsNxtiSeestdrbatethto stletfref-stesenta-
th heia lbraoy 'h ts-Proposed frNx eete ttetvs sflriitheslocal University debate I
tiibt exploded i'ail fleucheiiciiian d ;University of Chicago--Critical, fist. ife uestion ritbattd was
pieces os glass strussil '\r.Das-sis Comparative Essays, i'dshtli'nt id
1______ -nstutirely niwtt, temnmd
in flit lift eye. It is cosidetired;'list 1'nii- of Chicago is couliiilr- it liv eliy isid inte~resting. 'Tliert
ifit thegre is.tle chanceof 5sig i-si tfhcasdvisablilily of isfierisiga wer' ihtfcontestants. A. J. l alk-
teofgn Iliexlsoocurdcouirse in josirnalismssfor next seies- noirJ V urdock, G. A. Dlier g
;,iTe aitcoholsi addsdisos telil d'- fitr,notitfhstasiding flit failure of and I L:.Chsauiberlain arguseui thse
drcsoi silother schools of fist kind assndi is teaffirimnatie of fteiqustiion, 'Re- of V2, $4 or $5 sosie50cto$1 N irles thaein
The octr sate thi monin thtfact of fteprtvailing disapproval solved,'That the World's IFair shousld AniiArborsi ei.s ed tee catslogseeto
oil fss.suicifii-s pirtoffli sOiof leadinig professional journalists. be closed on Sunday.''"IA'. J. lanil-
nra hadl been barned off anti it will IAwrtri thUnvriy esm ,L.CJos, .A.Fkad
srotrtiter. R infltUnvrst Nss in5'"JnskN A -ikan
ari ou;a' npublished by 'U. of C. sftiients ex- P.At. Troy were ti-e li'gative speak- t1018i3-185 'sODiiitiiin .,
A NOTABLE ARTICLE. plains flit plan as follosws: ens.Ths. men were all represents- -
I Critical comparative esays will five of the best debating element of
Hon. Alexander Martin's Biography be called for from mnembers of fl-e ft society, and presented man), q9ithmon ' Straight Qeit.
of the Earl of Shaftesbury In the class on flit subject of the differ- and good arguments for bh- sides. wNo.1
Law Journal for February.IG RT E
___ences befiweens journal ansd journal, 'ff-s judges, Revs. C. A. YounigJ.CGA ETES
'list hi ciii" ass ivousrial fosrftic respiective points ofreciative 1'. Suntderlandl,anti Prof. B It " . arett~e cty a let
, ~~sare ilsithena linte
l-cebriarv still lie issued the iatter suneriority or inferioitfy, their re- TIhomupson gate their tiecisiosa in eia fed ihnfo the unie%
tiae Cigsuettes., wiii fled
piart of this wee.. The leading ar- spective tones anid stanilards-this, favor of 1.. it. Troy and A. J. Falk Tess 11 '- iisprior es
title is a vsery ion" anti scisolairly as asnsg the representatives of ftener, but all ftemarkings ivere closer"1 - Ther iiscisnondstr-aigist
biographiy iffst'e 1- 'riof Shaftes- inerican daily antI meekly firess, Miss NelliefGooidwina atdtetdto flit nitemosttdelicately Sis'ei antdihighiestcost
o-d Lea soin i rini-siTh'is is the (lid
buiry, anothesr iii thse.it it of habeasai-she stpiolitical, fist liftsrasythe isiterest of fist progrsamiby a piano a(-srigits rn o. tagh uCiaets
-orpiss by ftonii Alsxandter Mifi-n, religiosi{th ns-m sit.amiion"glthesolo syhichs anmucs appreciated, liewire ofrisitatiossansdosesirve thaitste
(fitlif irmnze ias belowisan eeryepacikagee.
clean of tfelia-sedepartment of thes. sf-rtsessfativt-s of thss. Iritisis press); ansi receivedi an ence. Miss Alin-The at ON';& ti(t Iitinch
1 ivierssty iii NsisssouiatC of-iuisndthen, tbesidsetsysfrsi-nignit Camspbellisang ftsos-oral solos, Maeuftues, - Assitinasaiscmoucjx Virginia
bia. D~r.Xi arfisais a giaduate of isto critical consparisoisftelJourn-s whiichs sererentirely deserving ofthefs
ti-s Univsessity ofMicsisan, A.It.,ism offtebUniteti States considered applause a-s-d tntor' th-ssy secivedi.IUnquestionably
53 n.A.,'8ilei ono-scof fte1as a itlole, andciti-at of Grieat Bisetain, - --.. .- -- THa iii sssriGRseDciiOb.si
mo5sf dfistinuis-d of ticigas s wiithisme notice also mntrouuesdi of Morn Amendments at ti-e S. C. A.t F TR V JW L
alumnis sfinteswest, uascd5ia steIrechcnewsupafper as-st t-she e- AtfsS.CA.reitgfstcu- FR ENTYJW L
IXiitusee Si c-st.A-si-s-sitastieve--
udtge of fte Sup-senmecourt 5comis-ii loiinsicing sis. asies-stineissto fistoctmentstof
sC-sa c-f IXIis-so-s-ri. lliiarticleia htrti-sc purpoise iifsuch it-sik, aslinwssrp-sithcs-ilt O\7E FjFEES
writtecin issniiecitertalisiss"style,----fi its isbsci fin1s1ss t-ir- o-n-ws pps edi,-5- whiichsiseillif --T- - M i.=0.

contasi-s n h th t sould ' e i-s 1i
-s-iut-v sl s iuice tu-I l l;t
s lis ts r assrl -sf ft ogpsss
spcurt of1fit stas. t-sth nes tioss
Staesic'io cconielat- ncrase
of freojusediiti the eisinabe
to tesi, ansd sitting ii' two divisions.
A copy of fist association's bill is
The tiditorial departmrent is wyth
filled. There are obituary notices
of Col. Rodney Mason, of Detroit,
and Oscar F. Wisner, Saginawt. The
nmonthly record of supreme court

I 'ui ths-t itsltfs -s 5550f --s ho scribe to 'i-sei-sri-o-se coifltheassiscia R -&~
ticas t iuuii-st sfssytinsusthis.fos-r 1principalssiofficersr
hs(n egin sit ionces to fstsui ru .i/ e i lsssts 5sfstcosi-gt ls ~i-tu t--- ss'
ttliirs-sy-. wnusert-aeincsslP.aperUsAon _
file for theNo ftofrthercb-si-si-sit-s-s, Pscasil-s-suitttauth
ou isit i aii tfel-sisf s if eo at-sis
rosy induictfeftic prefcrececcs is-sti-e iwhole matfteii'as laid oser forC
flue matter of subjects for e -ay, treieh ogv itnciitsA E C i.'
may rely ispon hiaving ftic prefer- Ifii o1st--ir itea'iaiis
eces favorably consideredf l-finte -TAILOR
order of pieccedence, justly cstab- The Jeffersonian debate fl-i-s evens-
lised by fist date oni iviich the lug promises to be a hard strugglhe
writteia intimation from each several for the honor of representing thle AND O isteonilltI.'
applicaiit is received by fl-e profes- society in the University contest.
soc.- - After the debate tonight the eight 'IN'T SZ"CTQOL, T3,
n-sen chosen fromnftefotir literarve

Thse first term of ftewiiter iqiar-
tee at the Univeruity of Chicaostill

societies mwili meet the committee on SS -_ FORT T_
arrangements to choose sides for the
dlebate Feb. a5. Detroit, Michigan.

dlecisions and tie notes of receistI close Saturday.

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