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VOL. V. No. 9)0. UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN

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rMONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1895.

IPmci;o-TH-REE CENTS.

itili Asl y:fialraf notl.
PRKELIMINARY DEBATE, ma ' t i l '~ ou t~tan 1(11o11e1 is PIONEER HOME MISIONS. NO GOOD STUDENT
INTER-SOCIETY CONTEST WILL ol.hinliga b. ietiigani" REV. E. ADAMS' ADDRESS AT )Tries to 1cLarn without books.
BE HELD MARCH 8. 'Piicktcommaitteie on arranlgL1111ts :it NEWBERRY HALL YESTERDAY. Somepol tog ryt s
Lito paes-te atr orthwrestern has tinder iaasidel'attin i musical instriuments with little
Concerning Inter-Collegiate De- soVeral etlii' atirs coninected witll Early Missionary Work in Iowa Dis-j or nll)t(111.
bate-North western's Represent- tl'Il111.tn ~tli lllill cussed by One Connected With
atlves- t~~ ~. ~~ (~ flQ<((~ ~ That Movement, Under Direction SaBuihswhhBaele
______ ~ ~~of Congregational Church. ~ 1 li
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Baranroms $21Hulto275 per week is pri-vale
fles. eel b ra1tesreduced t In Dolby self-
boarding. FosCatalogue add .ress
HOT ITUNCZES
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+TUTTLE' S,
+48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARG[ST OPERATING BOOM IN STAlE1
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the alty. E. Washingtons t., hat door
east of Sale st. Ann Artor.
MAMMOTH A PIPE SALE
.JOLL.Y & CO's
26l SOcTH STATE Sr. DPast fail ho (101111'
Ret andlS CI ILunches at All Hous.
LA'N STUDENTS
will fintd a full stock of
LEGAL BLANKS
--AT--
WAH R'S

lie added to tile clause' relating to
1he place of debate. '111 original
clause provided that the debate he
held alternately in Evanston and Ann
Arbor. The change, whiich ia lifso
11(een adopted by M1ichiganl and wili
goa into effect 1111s year, will allow
Norhwestern tile privilege of iholding
the debate ill Chicago instead of at
Evanston,
The second change propoesed wainil
ithe clause of the constitution wvhlch
provides that the first speaker on the
Mdtrlnatlve shall close the debate. It

February S, C. A. Bulletin. }
Tile h'ebnaary S. C' A. linitl(n 1(11-
talnls tile tollolling-:
Jesus Christ a Posilitiiv 0Sllllilt'0 -
an atldress by Prof. I- A. Barboullhr,
of the State Normal Schlool a~t Ne'w-
herry 11al1, January 20.
A Letter F-roml Toronloto iesity-
Norman N. Price, '914 lit.
Dorothy--A poem, Ituretta A.
Htoy les
Harvard's annual indoor meet wcill
be held February 1t.
Amherst College has just received

nunmber of ipictuhre,,;illustrating t10e
life tof It 10ome10lmisinary ill:110ic1
co-operation0 is so necessary , both
f romn home and(1 abroald.
Rumored Affiliation.
It is re'ported (1101 plans 1101' abouht
c'omhpleted for ihe adfiliation of Hills-
dale college wihtile University of
Chicago. Degrees from tile latter in-
titutioonovill he conferred upon Hills-
1dale graduates and (t1e opportunity of
free fellovship will he offered fhem.
1 John V. Sheehan will speak before
Lthe Unity club tonight upon "Sighlts
and Scenes in Europe."

is desired to amend tis clause so that the award of the best college exibit
liIY speakger 'for the al irmative iODY at the World's Fair.

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