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Ati Wlailn.

VOL. V. No. 27.



FULLY ORGANIZED. Cummer, '96 lit; H..If. Sutfin, '97 lit;
The Glee and Banjo Club's Thanks- W. H. Prescott, '96 lasw. First bass,
giving and Holiday Trips.- 11". A. Spitzley. '95> lit; Karl It. Miner.
Other Information. '96 law; tR. W. Dusnn. '95 law; «. .
The Glee and Banjo Clubs have non nrw,'5lt eodbsB '
permanently organized and base been McLossth, '93) lit; (C. E. Stead, '97 lit;
practicing for the last two weeks, . E ln,'5lw rhrE as
97 lit.
having several news songs nnder wvay. Bt 'lbH9.7ona. 9il
Among those svho will li e specitally
lead('r. First mtandolin, H..ID. Ewting:
missed from t' Glee (Ctub sill be H.
F. Wrde, A.J. urd, Jon Pattsecond tmandolin, A'. J. (O'Brie'n,'98
Iit. Worden. A. J. Pnrdy. JodmanPrat
antI'. XX. Pepple. Those from theli.Bneuns.t..Bomn'it
Banjo Club, Jlohn 'Taylor.,Itist year's lit;:IF.iS. (Gerrish, '97 lit; ,A-.A. Star-
r(et, '97 lit; It. S. ('umming's. '98 lit.
leader, .ohn tPratt, secondtmindlim.
Aslipl ''vrlsr lestbtijo atilItBanjos. A. H. tHut, 'tie lass; B. Coii-
bnrnlp't)3 lit; It.fir'st('amminga.d'Ki
It. C'ass', first batnjos. 'their llitess r.15lt 1.W umns 9
liss's ben illti hot'ser Is gotilit: L. Ely, '96 law. Gtoitars, . ('.t.
C'onrtad, '95 lit: II. S. Barton. '96; lit;
C'. ' 9 is .i 3 lit; It. . 'I'. tssI. ':)<"
In tidditioni to lie its sof v~salule
ien in tsthe libs, liii'loss tof Bett
V Aritas, 'ti lit.,tis bussinesss mianasger, Junior Law Politics.
wsas at first ks'snly felt. iut his pla5ce
has bs'en fillisd by Frank (teases. '96 The isunior lasomieet for iserisanisnt
law, it compsetieit and thoousgh btis- osrgaizatiosintn eletions of clss offi'
iisssmni. F. It. 'WXalsdrssnisill sits cr atitst :5p.i. n h a
atssistaist. ;Ir. XWaldronis hadluilses'- tr oo.Teeae orcni
eal yeiars expieniice' swithi esscrt dtsfrtepeiec ntefed
trosslus. andilis thus ta s'tluatblt'acilisol At liscir cctsudeter clctcly at"ssoo
iss it lciitngt isssdeiel pi ush
At Thanksgiving ls'thecusb ssillItG.M onlasheradit.
miake its first trips to Jacuksosn. tstlasu.'lT'eIllinsuis suits sill tplac''X. 'T.
zoo, ansd perhiatpsBattle Frisk and Aissistisin iinominimtioni. andl H. V.
Lansing. Later they will give ecin-SanwilbthOiocddte'.e
s's its its Detroit, Toledlo,. ni and states swest of the Mlississippti rise
,seal othesr if the larger titit's ofhaeuidonI...CsbfCl-

He Entertained a Large Audience
at the Inland League
Last Evening.
Notsvitlistanding the rasiny wethlier a
fnll house greeted Herbert A. Spratgue
on Isis atppearance before the Inlanud
League last nighit. Mlr. Spsrague is a
yousngsimsa ntlndtamne highly recoin
msensded, intl suiely sdesersves ss'hatever
piraise' has been bestowved uponshimis.
Certsinsly as ass impiersonuator lie Is
Last isiglit lit' gast' Sheridan's
"Itivals" tinislrecitedl sns' of Jamues
Whitcombils Riley's ipossis. Alttsotughi
the formuer is ai little long yet ev'erysone'
ini this'audience followes'dIhimsifrost
tirst ts last. It is ai.Ipiece which
abotuntds in sidle-splitting mestrriment,
risdicsulosis situtios,. snd a miitsts'rly
disoplay of chitracter,;till of which were
wvell psresented. The facial extires-
sions and the v'ocasl changes wshichi Sr.
Stiraguse assutmesd tre incaaliesit
lseissg describedl. Nosw imuitating the
pess'ives'miden in both looks and
ssetch, nowv flying info the terrible
wrath (if thld erlymni, itsrtissuing
thet'self-stisis'slextiression of si de-'
eivesd ye't innoent soltdlasdy. his'cousld
not failtoisie'atllswithi the'eotta-
gious osirit (iflatughite'r.
After "'helIt'ivals" the tiutlience was
favosresd withi tne of Jauuiss Xshitcomisb
Itiley's poesicss. Hers 'MSt. Sisetesue
shiowedste lealising atddrs'ss anidl'qsick
isit of a tiuttsiosinds..
The niext nauiber of the series wiill
be given ns'xt Mtonslay night.,swhen
Prof. S8iltisIt..Stills, of Detroit. for-
moerly of thes School of Mtusic.,swill ap-
hear in as vocal recital assistetd by Sliss
Bilanchse Demiing, puiansist, of Detroit.
l Yesterday's Practice.

Trys to learn wthout books
Some people though try to use
mnusical instru~mentssitl little
o)1r1 note
We Say Buy Those Which Hae lone
51 South Main st.
Opp. Ct IHose, Sas St.
If you want to get a fine box of
Cheap; Hot or Cold Lunches Either
Night or Day go to
R. E. JOLLY & CO., Stae St.
Irem theoyalcstoervtury,
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musical
Composition also the Art of
Stcdo 22 S. Divisio St., Ass Arbor, Mich.
Cleaing. Prssing ad Repairngs
dcinineatly ty
A U. SC H OEN:" KA I) H. a Wsslugtsss
+48 S. STATE ST.
C'Issues nouw spes. Poplish reeivesd at ay,
tieme, the termustartisig iii date atfsadmts-
sias. All classes are cder the persnslin- s
srsction oh Mr. cd Mrs. ioss fGrnger. N
stairi to macst. OBce ancsinsitg Halt o
the groud floor, 6 tiayiard st.
We offer discouint oni ott
University Tet-Books,
Law, Medical, Pharmaceutical
and Scientific Books.
We bny and sell second-hand books.
Mathematical Instrunments and
Drafting Supplies at special
rates. We offer
Best Linen Paper at 20c Per Lb.

lie state, The tells will occur sdsuriiig
thes'holiday stacation.
At the sprig sacation the clsib will
taks' its stesterns trip, visiting C'hicago,
Springfield, Ill.. St. Louis. Davensport,
ta., Kansas City. Denver, St. Patil,
Stissseapolis and Mlwauskes'. 'Fhere
wvill also be other places visited.
'Fhiresill be five first tines's this
ye'ai'instead of four. asussusal. ttenry
llaitg wilt trill the Btanjo ('tub, siies
the Glee('lists will h'betained by Ste.
Btriscoe, isell knoswn tcas "atapadl'
leatder. The president of the club is
i'. H. Conrail,'hi) lit; maiatge'r, trsaik
iGraves, '96 last; assistaunt msanasger, F.
it. Waldron, 'li7 lit; secretsary santd
treasturer, A. (G. Cunsaser. 'hN lit; lib-
rssriaun, 'W. A. Spitzley. '93 lit; leader
of Banjo Clnb, II. E. Bodmantsu, '96 lit;
leader of (le1Cl'ub, trank Buiscoe,
'93 lit. Thue executive comumittee con-
sists of C. H. Conrad, Frank Graves,
I". R. Waldron, Frank Briscos'. H. E.
Bodmuan, A. Gt. Cumsmser tansd h:. D.
The personunel of the clubis is as tot-
Glee Club-Frausk Briscos', '93) lit,
lesade'r. First tenors. II. B. Gatmmonscu,
'958 neskic; 11. B. 'Xetnmor'e, '9S lit; G.
D. Price, ' 9' last; J. C. Davics, 't93
lats; D. SI. Ferry; jr., 'lit lit. Sectosd
tenors, Frank Blrisce, '9;-, lii; A. G2.

('hairmancisSaueir 'hats casll a sctass
muceiusg for tissatfternsoons sfter tse
lectiire, for the transauctionu of finatl
business tprelimsinasry his Satutrday's
The Practice Court.
'The first 51t1p itsthis'sway ositiet ss
ssork inuthss practic'e'court svas ttake'u
todasy. 'T'es'couret sat usnsroomsstiisund
heaursd a mouitionu to strike certauin wsors

fro a psishetition, w'hic'hswere csounsidler- tootbatll hpracticecyeste'rtay- wss't a
cii susrplussage. Ar gumenusts hro.sndulit the usuw, ossing tothus' tbsence'ouf
cots osere'hetardl. sitnlt'ecourut tools tackle's for thse scrubh.Il'hetsr'selesvess
thu mattter unuder tadvsisemseunt.Ut'io ssere linupsisonly' tiouit 20i)ustes
the tresent date sstbout ;;o etases titus''asnd the rest ouf the tisse ssas sdesotedl
beens commusenced, so tat this'urst to signsal ssork andulpratuticing thus
osill sooii be grinssinug duily, backs anustn'sto05 kicks. VXilla suet

CurnulI's Kindness,
The Dasily is indebted to Presidlent
Sehurusaus, of Cornsult, for comspliiuu'st-
try tickets to te course of lettes'
on "Bluudhisma" to be given in Stgi'
chsaitel. Nos'. 1, 2, 5, i6, 7 atndl 5, by
leaf. T'1'.1''.tihsys-Dsivids. Phi.0.. LI..
1.. of Loundion. 'Fhis is the only tut-
pea'srtance of Prof. Daidits outsidet' oi
seta-tboardt citie's. Prsesitdent Sci's'ssts
kinsdly otters tus fusrnishs tickets to tilt
wshso miay atpply to hiss.

h is ankle'sutaisaintndhaul to wsithdtrassv.
Plssyes ons the rcse'rsves suisolgut
suit siths soae'regulariity. A g-aocis
ho be pilayedi by thesisssiths Adriuss
('allege F~ridaty, at Adrian. 'Thse teamsu
will luets'' lhere Friday msorninug sad
will retsurns Satureday msouring. Six-
teens ten osill be' taken's.
Yesterday's Tennis.
Yesterdlay's teussinsiiosorst'uledss
follosss: Se'abury anssi trescott bett
Joelhynsand lbitiur t6-4, S-ti. 12-li). his


"1 a- first class sisugles Alexansde'rheat ('tin- ""VO P'T'OR7WS.
killss i-2, 5-7,8-6.tUnislesrsity Booakstore, floss Touwn,
osi 5ttie ut. Opp. FCet IHouse.

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