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March 15, 1893 - Image 1

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V OL. I.II. -No. 10.


Pmcmi , TIiitFF CENTS.

THE ATHLETIC BOARD MEETS. news to oar readers and is is fo's_ A FRATERNITY CONGRESS.
Matters of Importance Considered Te.iragmeisMaigio teC rt
--To Yar ontactwit Iilloill iricur wasiii selntto jeral Fraternity Meeting at the "'
Cornell. 'vry large percent ofl the studlents at Worlds Fair.
the V. of M.It refers mosstls tiithe
Thse Ailctscic ars ldsa meet- pooir soik illthese ipasrtmseiit ofiteri 1 odoiinstr ate the imposrtaiice of
'si lst.sciin~ I IS lis~il tores ,Insmsdirected lby the fsltttythe AmeicniiiColleg e Cratesnitiy
toilltify outatCi gotheba iSste saptent factor ci higher m
in sle s nessbi si tls. . scc isIsuse ii 5555 'iiifis ii etdca tliui andof pcst-luraduatie
tise rriiiilttiec of ths e icersci repu slliiiiIntssier 5
i'ueni{5t{at'in yoir are's tuol qi red ()<L l ii S) iohitlSs )rr:,siilll ccu

t lii. iBairdswscelectest secretarv (ii'Ij s'eent mr t ic'uhss ii I sis i sc fl.
the Go'. iiiiii Yo sire fur-
sue. ~res 5to hhoIllornie udri,: sa'e ill

sor a Siws year' arrasseneto h
'SIof s.sInd C orniell lbase Iiall
ucasa~s on thi I " A i ouns.

w isis.he Isis esi.
amsongi the students about asupipitoisd

13y this arrangemoent the 1). A.C's ' 'actioni of thes.facultys wihl ithadfr
iwouldl hsatsrthe entire c'anagem'sest its tpurposc, ilir continiuingiof ch.5oot
ail responsisbility cif thecgamecs.ldsrisng the 'P'' spri i aciinadini
Ill Sic A- C.'s wuld recruise3 consequesncof such actioni i bud
i>cr (-cut. if the 'ate 5receipts, Cor-Nis osiscilose onse steer :c rticr in
?Jel ji ; ?Cr C ti < Ic tir U. Of Jissi taSam te o t tt
1( r ue t. s .Me "ssoci-ations cimattr asIeiC ie' (01:C'3 1 .1'
ficic iit Stieile tic t, SrIto, l fahat


sir 5 as i , tcisr i i ri t i iu ilt o ss ursse snrc is'.iri crsisci'
i or lti ei 1t: l 'i i leS c i1' , i irir aiii 'i liii5ir
hl a retPnlcln( C nrs o;ci ly incxtunder tS u sies of
the 'IWorld's S sisiress iAuxiliary sri
ftlhe WS'ortld' slxositioniait Chicag. a .
Crtainly no mrue effetemeans )l'lit' 1i3'S 0D Atir1)t \N
Dcoild tias" be ii s eicilfor a "en- lj
ersi fr'aternity omeeting thant he lic IgT.tof irr r i'jsSt Qu
SI rd' ill C ongrss Aiiiic, si r- ~
rrsiie-i 'samlii'as'priiveri by te I(,over.."-~ ~ 'TC
' i C

rui'' 11101C p r ti iotis Soi tarl.
lisaerStha isuhe csis'iAlSorcu'sb
es i isl o keep5''' p)rC' llft ir s i
1i u at o f 'Svio is ancsetrid altci Io
Ctrctreci Lci"tsseastsitc 5tl i rs f
S1h idsia h oe lai, o
Het1 aio lstWretit Tesf- :
TICiselflo stis temaclipe fccii'
Ofthe U.maofM.isepaueadunivritdi
an exaplete ofgros.nirpreseb na
kiondredhihnizshoudno te tolerate
ine A[pprfth[ tndnNo.h
the ema, nasmepaswitsiyunjst
and unfounded reflection on the
swork done at this institution.
It will prove an interesting bit of

'Shae to . .i;l ls,1I'ile i I r "tS t
iiSn t: Ie o1C I u Ite i c n in stisc_ i <' sririsi , t4 J
al 7 3ssis i s si sr n J cse'i' '. u s .s ii7ro''i
iS' ar.irlul ii 'ci~ Itis ie lic 'ssio'i c 'i hiS
retlt it 11ldc'_C Siol c l tscce
E a1cul Ac ccssat.~l 11c1bya ssi t. of otiI . K NUcA4N- , 4S
altif ~t iSiitec .i ss l it eet iiif5 6. 'ietsa fa.rie tisg Ieeifr
fetur f teprogausse x .il e vstll be I:,oncty eves'sis'dgvated:go, iii ER H N
eciain yMssieti ody tad y otedyisnssignofas hereto
tth ati will be rederet. A Yale vdirg othe eet onofvis asidates
cosaeinttiats xesdc o l orse Vaiy ninelar vebeenh mclx o
ladis tat re nteestd i tte masred fosrrstssbyaPiters, Lac-o
womaen suffrage est niote e- di6.ee, imeoarn eriCarereafther ~ ~~0L
beatuethewilocc r a th ctailleture lers, Mrenday, ee ega cks:o, n;
room firt bae, Sepheson;sedraeo
laithaPrin e nYaereated occurth ird bae, usin ou-feld Bge
Toiht.riceo-Yleowe Ccr tir ase, RBean Bl-issDdtiBige-an

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