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At . Wiaili.

Vol,. V. N o. '113.

UIJVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1 U, 1595.

Panc.-ic-TnaE CENTS.

i

A POPULAR CONCERT.

Presbyterian Lecture Course.

A GREAT SUCCESS.

The ecod Coumban Ogan A series c ofndayetesit's 5 lt'tii The Benefit Concert by the Musical'
Recital Will Take Place arratngedibyityhe Presbytcritiii iliiit'h"I'. Clubs Saturday Evening
Thursday Evening. A lecture still1 be t-!veil every 'Stin- Was Well Received.
lad- at 12 untlithe close of tli e etiidl
Thuresday eveniing. IJan. 17, is the iist ii IT'eiannutal cnt of cithe I i iv r-
Elate' deter'iiiidt'tl 11)1fot reital ese' clih.cn ity (.lee aniiilatijc dltbs sas gi-tl
beeli very ctii'efcilly preparetdl't ndl iiti ll V
tintlonhtetlly lprov(e ti .>tsusrt 5 ' 1 'lit'j.
lrogram ifor' thisreceital till contain tttt't'. toni5~lt'illilii'l(,niiii I of' i-
stilil''ie'tli't ttlit tXlilitiiiofsilter itill5he 5.ocl cleeocic ll -etethcc i't'-'iig
man t po' ultrlt'iteglltits, Itdis itit'fii r 'ttls. I.I' i tt tti litety Int tll ttelt clitl1e(1the'li
wt liii'eI nttitoitylMtsit So city seaoalcerymnlad srgivttil litilt,. 'lit'lico 111
Meoia xrcss
__________ itl gtt gy a itts iitc I'ti 'tt'titilt' ttiensii'ohe , ' cs o f e i. by. httt Atttit Ai

NO GOOD STUDENT
Trys to learn without loks.
Sonie people thongh tfy to uste
mulsical instruments with little
ofr110 toine.
We Say Buy Those Which Have Tune,
N'c sell that kiitd.
51 south Main st.

1. 1

is AN-et'l lfilittd Sundta- af'it ttiio t
Interesting to Junior Laws.
I~a:u lt t't'tlts itinm or oft'hI lt 'ts't actitiatt'af -eju io l~z ezi
GI(}y'c'-iBr'otwnt'. IMrs. IHlitye S. I'at - ill prert'e't t'efttllttts hkr"- ldbr ra .sor.bo ahia kth iete ith ng is+c wmitli
if _lii's . thtilt'y-'1 l-rtiit'. t'tlating hitrtlil t' ci t toi citt.

[.l t. t.lt [. li tl [lt 1[1 <f ll [.[1. 1.1 ( l [. llI 1.{.)1.111.1.
{"f' ii rs.
I l"efore the beginning of Part II an
exh u, was introdumL Xh% W II. M,
c'llM( '9 1![ rendeml A liiine5 of
the \'alhl " by (;undvl in a niasVil y
! Iu:ann r NvIlich «-on from all tlz,+
warmest praise. Il:is encore was a
very pleasing selection and admirably
midercld.

tworkc at the U'ives'rsity andcias a tis-
siontary il Kotiet. Sirs. .Ttnnit'e it
icead aiitiimbtr of letters frot y oting
womenti, formerti stuidents atctile ini-
versilt-lieo had leirned-toliknoitis' rs.
Gatyle'y-Brownett. lMes. .1. it. Ange'l
wtrote a lt'tter tdwseliig utothelil'httr-
icter of thit'ssoiiiianti lcstitiitts
Btarnardi anti A.I'. IteLatiglilin intoite
short ttlks.. Severtal of :ii's. Ga3'ley-
Ittosne's ftivorite liymins st-rcsting,
tiamong their "The Slat' tf Oilier
Das," twritfin by iit'r sotiairttf. (Ito'
icy.
Gone to Australia.
'T'ietfoliowinig conce'rniing ('tirl R
1', Beardisiey, -itiotformoeriyattt'ntde'd
this U'niversity, is containet iniltis
lmoning's Detroit Tribuiie:
Elkhart, Id., Jiai. 14.-t'uilFE.
Beardsley, the young Altn Arbor s~n-
dent who so mysteriously disappetneci
ashort time ago, le.-tving tie trace of
his whereabouts, list at last been lo-
cated in Australia, where lie is des'ot-
log his tine to missionary wvork. Ile
had alsways expressed a desire to enter
tile missionary field, hot swas strongly
opposed by lila relatives. Ite was a
1s00 of the late Senator Beardsley, of
this cit'.
The Univ', of Penn. athletic inisuage-
ment ]lava just completed a hoard
track over te cinder one. This wiil
he tised by the track toen during the
bad weather.

.1111 his stift'sufiitinIafttrmiatut

tilt ~l 111 tiEttttit hitthit ~ IIstwit the ihinss tf \I1'. Spitlty
c'ititdtt reok't'se i'ftric'gi «ter iff's IDtiight'r of Isitliogtut," tianil-
of attornelty, -itinstructionsanietxt'thdteet ii itti am ner hilghtly satihsftc-
to itatke'such rt't's'itcn t'fft''ctal, a lliTe "oobalStii"''oft''irt itwsi
ipowser'if tittorney fromia. traheidiabou t' libst rt'ceived tf the entlire pro-
to hi' tiset'iffir ti yt'tsiathoriziiiggerati tiltbhotighitfortllh'eitc'htthott-
til il~tli tii'ii'?'1 l t'ilr'tthltnst'. 'liii ciencre,'I 'cinchl,''sthiw al'a-
his businis thiring hit sence,'htt lt tituitily catctthy 1and1tadmirably 'ithoht
boe txecutled st-itsufcietnt fiilne'ss of 'i
dtettail t rosviefor till iprobtileitnetr- Mr. ist-ut'inia "Wtori Io ltho
geuiiis1 . Sist'." satli, one1'of hits estw itrethti-
'hflit'nriintdu tltiner ttf 'xiet'ititotisiii teiigiiine I l
of thtsiaperis tin' to it gostrnedtby iffits utf Mr. Ilirisciuc ilitll is lilt'
the lasts inliii'studthi's otntt-el . forliii'stuccess of liii'Glieci-hithlis
Blanks in tctiiiiontiuiii nity hi' tseth ar
if desiretd. All paperts'5 itust btic i- Followting' this'Stulaltuclti Gallop by
dossedisttill eiii'nme'of tiii'stiu- thie'Baiijo clibsstis "The Seolelunan.'
thent sosliii'heshaftsfrom -ichhelitie'his trill wst-hififetrent firoesthein'lIto
comies. cani chairc trill of formici'years anth is
Was Misinformed. aliiamuttsing numberici.
'T'e cncert closed wsthi iiiftiliir
Michm regret seas texpressedby htelii
college presidents at their ietiing ill seinn "Attn Arbor," iby the (fleet club.
Chicago Friday that Presideiit Angell Til'etoncert on thieliholeseas cx-
weas not present. Dr. Angell stidi to celleit and weh receivetd. 'flie play-
a Daily reporter yesterday that his iog of the Banjo club sisfolly ott
absence was due to a misuoderstanth- to ainy of fermer years' clubs auch its
lng. Ile had been notified that lie numbers iiptly chosen. The notmhers
time of holding the meeting lad been of the Glee club weere nest and varied
postponed fronm tan. 11, the dale on-_ and gave an epportunity for ti wide
ginally fixed. As he received no fur- range swhichii was soccessfully irain-
ther notice lie did not go ho ( lilcagut. tallied.

+TUTTLE'S,
+ 48 S. STATE ST.
('o to RANDALL fof
Artistic Photos.
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Ann Arbor, Michi.
ED. A. CADIEUX,
Latest Improved Barber Shiop
Its the city. E. Washinigton st. 15t does
east of Mtainst.h Ass Arbet.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
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2t SOUivTSTATESTS. Don't fallsocosme.
Mot asd ColdLunches at Ail Houss.
NOW ON SALB
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OLD ACE, And Other Poems,
FitRED aItsoN Baois.
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