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Von,. III.-No. 19.

Voc. 11-No 19. UIVEIRSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTO1BEE, 24, 1592. I~os a~c(a a

IU an~IT sd tarring on no systematic care- FIELD DAY, -
PU lI~)AT THEi U. OtF jM .patis t. hese variousscdabs are ac-__
POLITCS itively cngagedl making arrasgeents What is Being Done to Make Field -, - 7!
Day a Grand Success.
Students in Politics---Their Po- fo paesadfiir~dtsfi
wtill lierised to the b~est advaintage fil field day are repoirted to be the bcPOT
What the LU. of M. is Doing to Train by ati parties. best by tttose tinting cthaige of ttre /1~FUk(
Her tudets i Pratica PolticsDETRBOITMICH.
HerStdens n Pacica Plitcs Throsgi thtese variouis clubs a affair. On Satutrday tthe matrage-
-Activity the Watchword of All 1
Parties- Many Students will go ' correspondeitce aindl iirect coasaso- reent suicceedled rn secuiniii tbe -,
Home to vote.. lirestiost is kept tp istth the ceintral sersices of 11 r. itzipatrick, of thse
and local committees of te carious M. A. A., as traisser foi thsosneirish-
At this time wtheit poitics, ntation- states to secure trantsprtationt for ita to Contpete in the daishesruins,
ali, local, antI class, are at feverlicat, those stuidents twhto resire toi g0 hoime oirpts. M11r. ittzpatiicklnrl beF
see deert it expedient to ilerote acith tteictlirn330to
to vole. o h tlei il fo ot
coiliitn or two ltoia'swrite uii in'cit Many stnetsare planinig to go p. ci.. on Tuesday and Thusnay
what is keiitg accomplished at thsehoeeseilytoewocm afrnnfrtepuoeofak
P. of M. To thtis eind a repiresen- hne seily hswhhor ftrtos o hypioeo a- e oantesthetLatest SetropolieanStries
from doubtful states. icy charge of theefheld stork. A11 o of $2$to 5 shoiseeesat5e oiRa pasr1lesseia
tatire of thete lis.v inttrtiesved tse F I )efitite inforitatioir iili be re- thsose svho still totes sn any of the An ro rcs edfrCtlget
leading officers of thte various politi-F ceired nii a feiw days, as to swhartsr- erects should mtake it -i point to beU H EV L If
cal societies antI clubs of thte GnP rngml cast be ntasie with list at ithe athletic field osnitose tswo I.E.I I ~
versity. central commsiittees of tile differest dcays to take andvantage of thiso-R 01 8-8 cowx~r.
Havad Yl, onel alhaeslates. ft is probable, ioiteter, portonhly. Various articles donated DEROTy-- MIIPN
laccopolitislrgaiatiree tatgoo that every studelnt whlo is a toter by the merchants of the town still P. J.KINNUCAW,
accmplshig agret dal f godwill hate an opportunity to g0oincmelie offered as first prizes in each
in traissingtip men in practical poli- In vote. etent. The list of tese prices will
tics. What is a college course storth As is all othter msoteitents tire P. he iseued by ltst DAiL1 later in thse H
sinless it trains men to reason cor-ofMcasutiherpttonnwek
rectly oil the ipolitical iluestions o of theitrcast sutatinsherkepintatio-insteek
ttte iay.eresttisatbisstaketdiwithiut t0 Albion's Little Joke.
ltcliseoftedyWihca-fear of contradliction thtat there is no acteristic wtestern spirit tite aterage 'The Dsist is tot in the habit of T IO
class of nten better prepared for at- stutdeirt of this institutions titers in- publishing jokes, but tire folloswing
rite participation in the political aIf- to politics considlereni froit a liracti- from the lPleianl is too goon to be ANDii MOrikt i
fairs of our natiiin than the mnthUe cl tasipirr.slftrd opasOntfbltin
collegespoinofstherecountrys nPoliticson
stilles tioprfite coandtlrtedhyithcs 1Nor are the co-ends indlifferent to "Score--Albion, s8; D. AC.,io.
wil b puifed ndelvatd y te hepolitical dramra whlichi is hemng "Thus read the telegramr last :FITk - =TOI.Z 1T~s
active piarticipations of thterlducated enacted aroustd thens. In. their Saturday etenting at 7 o'clock after
yourng men of thre colleges. rota therhadnplcsadtie 1). A. C. game at Detroit had
'The U. of 1I. does not fear a rital eten withsin thre sacreni ialic of the be played. Teseeta o 5'T '~'S .
in the political privileges enjoyed by Unitersity they may he heard talk- Lowed ahout this usually peaceful
tierstudlits Shehas ite onor o o about tire political situiation. city beggars descriptioss. It wsa a ~ ~ *
l t The U'. of 1M. would fail in its duty osinpssgaistkngneadJ tri, J1ClgU
being the niothrer of the largest col-ifisinnoseioitterioae well it mright be; Alioir had meta-
fii i o en u e h rstcastaiadhdaanwoeih~lI Srth ut
lege political society iii existence. i capable of being leaders of society, irestras egthaof hd agwlyconuct Salh e1
''o lienrtire world must look for list- ( in wihateter field they cray engage, Tetem thsad beel ontstrut-No.1
ing fouindenitire Repmublicanr CollegYeiwhiethrer it be literary or-ipolitical. sa o oir tnig h ty . IA ETS
wasnotfond aning Th ssryCiarrtteSam et
Peaue of the UnritedI States. i' i sa bbrefy-iimraiznl. I e araiegh Smerastwlo
hay -tirehoeal Republican chub inihIL ISI E c;I). A. C. played a slogging ganre aellehrgedlfor the ordinuary
no less titan orre throusaird meusbens, The Students' Crta ssociatson t srughSCiras ws rn ogue iiit inrtte rilts
inslcdhirrts s tt sre.t Hl o.those nays,' andsticsihtas tiree aliothers.
ishaateDmoraticnlubtaes atit. j-o -odsn.swot to eietfrosmithre P. of 1 Ise~t Na 5 list Te eeseie IrnSriai eght
Th Dmorti cubhs Il '-To studsesssnts o rere irs collegetwhrile Albions playendfisotbsall, ihence Gosa L eafrstessllae segisiire Tireis teld~i
bershiip scarcely less than tire Re- wrhesn ires. Htarper, of tire Chicago her success." ''dsouOrigina leesand of struagct.Ccignarettee,
publcancu, nhserntereti into UPiviersity, hteliris Iible Inrstitute.and asits rousghtaout br us ins the roeast7.
suhirsinlanins Blewsee of imitetinseeed isbserve that the
a vigor'ons cant iaigrn. 'lie head- 'in Ann Arbor, a fete years ago, rt lcear suetsirslireaclass elow dis nlFevieryakage.~
- - anta aes of lire institutec arcetrell1)1 the Amerseen TtteaoCa.,
siuerters of tisorganization is on. knoiwn.b This year list S. ( eel 5 inlTeory of Statistics. A good menuaerer. - lisRichmond. is leta
Aliains street, oppsite tise couirt wrill conduct anisthrer instsitute, and showing as contrastenlwstll last year's F X T E$ ~ n
hsouse. hare secusreni for that iurpriose tire class of less thsan ten.
'Tbis catagory wrould be inconm- services of Professors Ira At. Price Prof. Mt . Cooley wtent to Clii-
plt er etooi tePohb-and Clyde W. Votosr, both of tire cago last erening ho make a test of C a
ptirertcstebtowitireot strongb- Chicago l~nittrsity. There still be
lin lbwicifnoeovton enrl sessions, beginning Friday a Carbon Blisulphide engine. He 11 W. 'W1ashington St.
numerically, are enthusiastically night and continuing until Sunday expects to be occupied several days mxour~ o. o_
carrying on the campaign. Their night. The course will include itt- in making the test. Mr. WA. H.
headquarters are to be found on lures on the new and old testament. Dorrance, jr., accompanies him. R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
State street, opposite the campus. Prof. Deswey and Dr. Cobern will This is a newn departure in the en- -SELL--
Up to dale the People's party hate assist the professors in conducting gine line, and the results are awaited T Ot . II T F' RY Z
no organized club at the U. of M., the work. with much interest. AND ALL STUDENT'5SSUPErSs.

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