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VTOL. V. No. 34.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1894.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

'97 LIT ELECTION.
H. G. Paul Elected Presicent-Frats
Out in Full Force.-Greet Excite-
ment Prevails.
Yesterdayocectirretd the fist meet-
ingaeli the sliophomore class for the
year. The mnelting was called for the
iurpose of ielectiing class officers, buit
the affair teriniated ill a row. aind
onily sile office was filed.
The fraternity iien ssere in the
hield de'terinedt that silicers sholdis
not is eliced', but that coimmlittees
should be selected tis take charge of
lass affairs. (On till othliianliaa
malljority of the indepu'ienits diesiredi
thst r(egiilalc officers should tie elected.
Th ii otionio I)carry(lit tiellaitter iidea
isas carried. 'Lile fraternlity men 11 en'
which illeimadei. HI ii 1 1made k'thll
object (If sirulienit attack and1 the co-
ills 151111 'viri' present tbecame d iis-
It. CG. Pact's Illilill'as lireseintedl for
the office of pre'isidenit. This 11a15a
oIf tile fraternlity represenitative's. is
nailie washOIissed and ilanothler 011111-
ie 11110 called fo.Till.'fraternity
menilthin iproceede~d tiiiioinate 01e111
calndidates for tile offiee. Finally they
mlovedi tlaC. Patil he the unaninisi
nonminee. tils eetion followed. IHIi
was then niominated sticcessively for

Science of Rhetoric.
Aniong- the interesting courses illtile
tniversity sue of the most instructive
aind geiieraily iisefuli courses is Prof.
Scott's Science of iRhetirie. \o single
tlext-bolok is used, bufta wide rang" cif
reaidinig is required in ilreparuationi of
recitaitionis. Writteni work is reqiiredi
for each recitationl and this c'overs'
in a sunrise manerieiiadlig ine

Northwestern College Ethics.
(Fromlia lttir in t'ehandslo (f till
ttonor System comm~littee),
Tue coummittee consists (I f uiv eul-
tiers of the factilty, incintding the ii'es-
ident of the university, andt tell stu-
dents from the under'-gradtuat's (If tile
(Collegeo(fELiseral .Arts.
iy till' presiden'lt of the i'university.

uipon~l assigned subjects. Onue 1-50, aTile studlenlt memibers lred'lcehd by
week is requtiredI ill additionl tol cass tile student body, liy writtea'lltis.

wo'rk. 'fill'class ivork (If "aehwi vOk
(c11115 till'inile's in~volvdlinill1111
e'ssayv for tile net wick.
'1110object (f the course is tll il-Ici
wvriters 1111d1speaiker's 111dis al 5'nl'lal
scienltificl study of tile ltehic-liieIs of
rhletolric. This is a thinking 11111s1
11111 11o11 work is (If little hlpt. 'tie
writtenl wllrk begiiis with imle dcs11-
t'riiltiolls and advlances to tilt' hgher
forms of discourse1' ty gradullislips,
eachi ldvalncemenl'lt being inilrkld by
acarieftl study of picileis inlvied.
'Tue cltss- rsoo 11wrk lpartake~ts mutcih
(If tih' nature of diiscuion5i and((i tis i
At prcestnt tiit'classes are en~gagedt
in stud~yinig till pirinlciplies If Dara-
tises. Specinunsll"of deIsc'riiptionll and
tei'lstilg Iisciussionls lilt"e((c11recital

The tonditionls of electionl lie'soI ar-
raniged tihit six of the stiudenlts shahl
('0111'fromlltieueiillr c'lisses lanl four
fromo the losser classes.
The preslient (If till'iuniversity is
the prcesidinge offilcer. In iiis abtsenlce
tue senor'Imembler (If thie'Icomllittee
wsoulud presitde,iprotalyt.
The tpresidilng officer has,11o1ve(1
lower.
'Tie functiolls of till'comm~litteie are
to make inqluiries conceriing tin' etlii-
caIl afftairs of the sltdlents in thirl
reltsto11111 l tie iuiiversity 111111till
commuillnity; to dilscnss the( facts as-
cerltainled, 111111to isake t'eeollllelldi-
tionls to till faculty or lottler univer~-
sit' authorities. Tue comm~littee has
110 legistLtive ipowlers. It als to aus-
certainl till'puiic i senltim~ent andi as
far as possitlie to m~ake a iiealthiy pub-
lie sentimnlt. It has happened 111

tioni hour. As tue work prolgresses severlloccasionls thailt stiudenits true
otiher forms (If lite'rary' work N111ill'ehavoeenglagediin quiestionlelII aff airs
takienl up. have aplpearedl before the consm~ittee'

NO GOOD STUDENT
Trys to larnl withlut books.
Stome peopletlotiglh try to use
musical insruimens with little
or' nitstone.
We Say Buy Those Which Hae Tone,
We sell thalt kiiit.
51 South Main st.
STTIDIEJITS!
FOOTWEAR!
BEAL'S SHOE STORE
tOpp( Courtiouste tais St.
It you wantllto0get .a fue box cli
CHOCOLATE BON-BONS
Cheap; Hot or Cold Lunches Either
Night or Day go to
R. E. JOLLY & CO., State St.
REUBEN H. KEMPF,
Ir1m the RoyaliCoterviatory
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Musical
Composition; also the Art of
Teaching.
Studio 2S. tDivisioii St., Asii Aor Mich.
MERCHANT TAILORING!
Cleaiiig. resleug asdRepirinelg
(lane eatly iby
AUGO. SC 1IENEWALO, 2ICE. Wasldungtss
HOT £M2SfOIHI ES
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE' S,
i +48S. STATE ST.
SCHOOL OF DANCING
I'l-sss.nCo ope. Puplsiir.eceived at ayr
tise the term s-atintlg with idate ofladirdms-
Son. Alllsosae Under the prsnIal il-
struetionlof irM. aidtis.tRos Graiigs. N
stais t mounsit. OPicesand Iacisa ihlt 1n
hic treun1 (or, (f Mayn((lid St.
WAHR'SBOOKSTORE!1
We. offer discount on alt
University Text-Books,
Law, Medical, Pharmaceutical
and Scientific Books.
We buy and sell second-hand ooks.
Matheinatical Instrumeints and
Drafting Supplies at special
rates. We offer
Best Linen Paper at 20c Per Lb.
BEST NOTE BOOK FOR 25c.
SOLE AENTSiFOR
++ WAEMANSIDEA FINAIN PEN +-
TWO SmoRcESs
University flostoire Dow Tow,
ol Sltst. Opp. Court House.

Cue offices of first and second vici'
president, for noe good purpose. Here
use the fraternmitty men showed anm un-
fair spirit by electing him, afttic most
of the class had dispersed.
The class will hold a umeetinug to
elect the renining officers in rooimi 9
tit 4 o'clock this afternmoon.
'Varsity Football Practice.
Today Clii 'Wursity eleven wiii get its
last. dat's practice before the Kansas
ga iue, as they lieave bt' the T. & A. A.
toinorrowv at 11:3i0. Yesterdays prac-
lice svas minty dev-otedl to signals,
the two clevenms being lined up asghinst
eachm other only for about 15 mintes.
'fle end runs and new' plays are being
grmtduullt'perfecteud, and Cisclly'
lug in geneual is becoming much live-
lier. The reserves are again showing
a tendency CII slay awvay from prac-
tice. As they play Albion Saturday, it
is necessary for all to ho out ever'y day
neow, if they are Isosin. The players
dressed in the old coons under timeimod-
ical building for the last tinme yester-
day, as they get lute time gymnasiunm
today. The arrangements for baths
have been finished and the waler has
been turned on so that a few' of them
can be used.
Subscribe for lbs, Daily.

Alpha Nu Program.

and sluited their side of Clue mautter.
'lie recommmedations that ths' emum-

'Tie prtogramu to bse rendered bhi leimitee hums broulght before thue faulmty
Apht Nim Satuiriday. Nov. 10. is as thus far have alvats heelsacusieiIsced
followvs: i. 'fle r(ecomimendations of Clue coms-
Music ,..........us... itee have sometimues beenm read lit--
Declmuatioum- - -. 1. Shletfirrelime stuidentlboidy, andmth umusaide
Impsuroumpuitmspeecthl . ItiBockh15 almeans of repiresenmting to Clue student
Otration.........W.It. IMeru
Music-------------------odtlfle ouiiosiin of theiir repre'senmta-
Dtebate: Rlesolved, tliaC great events lives.
imakte greutm n, uand nut greait men1 This arrmngement hils Iexiste t'( thi
greaut evemts. AlT., G. C. Emery''t'and( us for three years.
J1. E. Lutnelmr; neg.. t1. steisuner amid '1hie C elomititee haus hautt seserali ic-
It. A. Danmeer.
Music- - - - - - -elsions Ce meet mand disciuss matirs
Critic's reportl- - - - --........ nd to make time rec'ommecndations to
_________________- Itimeauthuorities.
Glee and Banjo Clubs. Yes, it has proved satisfactiory Ce
Time(lice ant Banjo Chumbs ainniow-time facult anmidCtimte studenits, ull
practiclig dailt'. Beth clubs have just things tuakenm intol considerations, but
received several niew pieces. Several ws-cflid it has its defects said('very
selections for the (lice Chub hatvi' been year wve try to correct these defects.
writte'n and are neow being tiracticed Most serious objection lies iii Cle faet
upon. 'lieidate of Clue home concert that time Student memuber's am-u not
has hot as yet been determineidi. alssays representative, but this entire-
ly under control, as time faculty die-
Altilon tdefeated Olilvet yesterduay lit tates Cue mannser of ele'ction.--Lehigh
at score of 1S5CeoIt. Brown White.
WV. F. Edwvards, '92 lill, hus returumed
Ce take his msaster's degree. F'. C. Benmt, '94 lit, is principlal in time
Dr. Iluiber wliiigve his class iii high stcmoel of Wtykoff,. MinneIsotal.
embryology practical deumonstration E. L. Evanms, '90 luisv, went Co Is
todaty. ionic ttCorumnult C e eysterday'.

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