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Vol. V. No. 36.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ERIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1894.

PRICE--THREE CENTS.

CHINA AND JAPAN. Prof. Hinsdale's Lecture. PLAYED PAST BALL. NO GOODSTDN
President Angell Lectured Before Prof'. B. A. Itinsdale spoke before The Junior and Senior Law TeamsSTDN
the Y. M. C. A. at Detroit on the the Phiilosopiciai lcllb last night on Have a Sharp Contest.-The Tiyo to torin without books.
Belligerent Countries. "Somte Social Factors fin, Popular Edo- Latter Victorious. Somic people thouibh try to use
Presidentl.Anglell leted at 0tihe (ation. The Osubject ef'O educatio ll01- The SeondO offth' intler-class fool- musical iliitrumleiito owithilittle
First Presblyterian ichurch tonIDetroit 1010 1be discussoedlaloine.Wihliit piui: blll :.lO 01r. lliorlIno'letolneI.
1a10: nighitoel tie Chinese, ~lanec- e e onecedelall fth'ellljllclli01c' otlr tI ' eon %)r)' and11()(; h hisseitloaind e ay uyThose /Ich Have Tlue,
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froic lpersonall l oevatioins node ion, imolrality lind nume111ous0 (oflers. ((.1The "paine solllthat katiol.
while minister lo China. 1111 lisoell e mus't11110n1(t0exipet aii idelsystot(Of (contetedan rloe i111111 t110 1r1ll-hoo11t, b " 1q~
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Jfapan. Thelo t-ar still lestalh now(00
prestige for Jaan. V arioues other rt--
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Pour American Universities.
Hfarpe-r & Bros. lire preparingf (Il
ilustrated ivolmle oIl "Folur Anen-
'Oh Univeroitieo: tHarvalrd. Yale,
Pricetonl and Coumibia." ft still ho
((ade uil of four magazine alticles
whlichi 1105 appeaied in recent years.
The article on Harvard wsas written
ity Prof. Charles Eliot Norton a fl-e=
years ago for H-arpefr's tagaziBne. '111
pu~rpoeo of tile article was(0t1 givtheil
general public aii idea of tile life* at
Hlarvard, to sot forth its exceptionali
educatioiial advantages, and to inlak-
plain its position as tile firott(If Anm-
ericanl univelrsiies.---Harv'ard Criin-
ison.

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till firstt(If iiewt week. (Cilsses will
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amoinationso will continue 110 foot 05
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stork.
S. C. A. Reception. (lrelea
Saturday evening 1110 secoiid generall
reception owill be hecli at Newbierry
11011. Memlbers of all tdepa~rtmienlts(re x4,oe
inIvitedl. 'The followoing plrogram w soill Ne
be g i-li: T'flit- m',
"College fife at tile 0'. of Mt. lb Fears temKt
Ago,".'- - --......'rof. tl'(og' swornifor
Piano solo..- M.Liss Miiinie Dfavis tomorrow
Address- - -Mrs. Stephensll being of
fRecitation----------.1.7S.ianldy 0(1(0e(and
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Parker;11 umpire'

and linesman,

Reserves vs. Albion.
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to be(ot'o(lil t h(i 11 letit fie(tld
al p~ractice lat 4-0'lock(11this
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l1(1(1 ltomoIrrowss 1110 uit ye't
,e out1. hot sill be about till
thalt (If the1'Adr~ianltrill.
f, tuiidel 1and( 1.1-toyosill
Or hioAL. . 10.1.
ew 'Varsity Sweaters.
so swte~trs for lt'eI lrsity
te beeii receivedlI1111d osill 1(e
heavy wo0(1. The tolor is
s wth illarge yelloow letter 1I
0110, tile colors of tile Uixer-
displayed in tasteful syl

SCHOOL OF DANCING,
('lasseowoilpen. Pupils reteiveid at ay
limo, tho termating with (lateof adi~~s-
51ion. All cassets a1re suller ttepersona01i11
structionl of Mr. slndlMes.htioss Gran-'er. No
stirto1 mount. Office aind Domchg~lll (1n
WAVB'SBOOKSTORE!
We offer discount on all
University Text-Books,
Law, Medical, Pharmaceutical
and Scientific Books.
We buy and sell second-hand books.
Mathiematical Instrumeiits and
Drafting Supplies at special
rates. We offer
Best Linen :Paper at 20c Per Lb.
BEST NOTE BOOK FOR 25c.
SOLE AGENTSIFO5O
++-. MuNsWKFER IDEAL ruvAIuiaPENR.--++
TW-O S'ro1RF.
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Onl Slate St. Opp. Couert !lose.

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