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Vol. V. No. 103.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1895.

PRICE-THREE CENTS.

A FIEE SILVER CLUB.
THE FRIENDS OF SILVER MEET
AND ORGANIZE.
Committees Are Appointed on Res-
olutions and Constitution - Can-
vass for Members to Commene
at Once.
A free silver club was organied in
the law deirtmet yesterday after-
noon by a large sd enthusiastic
crowd of students. W. I. tDowing,
-9 law, was eected femporary chair-
matln and C. 13. Snyder, lit special,
temlporary secretary. (ommites 00
fermanleit orgaizafiollsd r-isol-
flousverc apploited a1111 a discssiol
ils to the('object 1an(1 puross of fill
cluib followed. ft Nwas deied fthat it
shouldl be thioroghly nol-parfisa 1san1
the ma~inilpurpose0 wails declared to be
the dissmination of knowledge 00nfie
silver quetion,fthoughite "free coi-
age at 1( to I ratio" sntfimlet seene d
to fe lrgely ipredlomlinantl.
Ittills decied,if ipossile Is secure
501110 promineintfsilver advoclte 11s
Senator Woloft, Seafor Clrfer, (Co-
gressmsan Bryian or tCongresmanlliAif-
ken1, to 1make(1 atsentllii laddress 0i1
le sliver qietioll tofie studtslt,
,but thlen a report was made tat Pres-
tilent Agell wouldllImost likely not ii-
low tile 1s0 of Universify ial for
such a purpose. Hei'had been inter-
iewved oiinttiquestion, ad lfter
expressing is doubt lis to tie deand
among Itle students for such so- ad-
Aress, indicated tiat bie consdered
the silver question at partisani issue
and hence lceordig to a by-law of
:tio regents, le could not allow. san
outsider to speak in thle hall on silver.
'Tis report discocereil thle members
of the club, sod thle president's coi
lusions wero -disigreed with. lit it
was decided to circulate tle const-
tutlon wilen ,formeiamong the stu-
dents for signatures to "boom" te
club's membership aiio when a large
-membership is secured a format ap-
pliation will be made for the 11111.
iff it is then refused, Itle speeches
quito clearly ldicalgd tat the opera
bouse will bo secured. At any rat,
A~ committee to gt speakers was ap-
,pointed, and the club adjuroec to
Ileet at 4 p. mn. Thursday, hi the law
'lcture room. All interested in the
restration of silver, or desiring to
study the question, or desrious of
'helping twbring Seator Wolcott, Con-
gressman Bryan or some other equally
-able silver man -to An-a Arbor ae
requested to 'be present.
Instructor 'Walter Denton Seith de-
'ivered an addess -en "Tte Lawyer
of the Future" qt the annual banquet

Wisconsin Letter.
ttSeisl Coerespodesee.]
Madison, Wis., Feb. 25,183- (Spec-
isl Correspondence).-The great evot
of last week was thle junior promi-
eniae. While not a new thing at
Wisconsin, the prom lisa never been
a great affair, as it was foriierlytfle
eustomi for eachi class to give a piarty
iluring the year, btiastshfits year li(1t,
is thii only class to give ai palrty the
promenae hals bfeelinini-ci moi'eilab-
iirate thin eeirtiefore. 'fhli- iali was
dtecorate-di cith reel, whlite asoilulie
bunltinig anid a lairgie numboler of flags.
Thie-miisicians' staned andtthe ebsipe-
011s b'ooiithiwere eovereid cithi arces
of soutlo in lsmoilax:111nd1plants, plsi
anid firiis wvre' Ilacedilarotunid to
'T'lsmsite'wais by tCiallili 15 ieees-
tra. fromo'Milwa~ukee-. A iconcert mcik
eiinsistiediif 20 nuimibers cystgit-en
lie-fore',ftle re-guiser programll. Tiiere-

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of thie deaf. The lecture was
-gt'h inl colilolettoe with a
coiursc in Amoericatn Cliarities. undiler
Prof. Ely.
-Daily Cardinal.
Athletes Agree'on Terms.
A distpatc-i from New York to the
Chabgo IHersld says thalt S.. It ol-
I1151, secretary of the London Atliletie
clubt, has answeredl the.,letter of -1J)111
C. (Gulick, secretairy of tbe 1 Nt York
Atlletieciub, esneeroiig the rratlge_
mn-ts for the' contests bc tweeu the'
twioi orglizaitionls to be1 held next fali.
Mte. Hliinsays the edate set leyft
New York club, Sepitemober 21. i4 satis-
factory to lilt team. thougI a wviekI
later cvouldilsuit be-ftel-. He is tvilling
flhat the 220)yareds flat racesall tie'
adeid, sait that the shot and llallilie-c
should prove part of thi' prograni.
His te'aii will be- strictly amateur,
gieri'the defeiitioinof ft-eEnglish

i

cvwee- no iextra aess as it wvis after AA. U., anld
3t oelek whlenithle re-gulse progiriai Imembiers of the

cluib. 'flee total 111111-

wtas finishiedi.
The pirogramis froli E. A. Wright; of
thiladtelphia, contained a cut of flu-
gymnalisiumliansuthIle university fdug.
lie tassels forming a '.)G.
Nearly 20)0 couples were fpresenit, in-
eluiding a.iiuiiber froni out of town.
Niumie-rousa receptionis and teas wcee-
fit-i- ticoinieetion withi thle proml-
enatde, ill of wvhichi coiitributed to
mnake last tii-ik ione Ion.g to bere-
membeire-id.
ct-as hild Thursilay evening in thlen
gymnasium. The contestaiits wecre so
evenly mtcheled that most of the
events cvere undecided. Ini the cane
s-pree's, two were unidecideidaiid thle
third, thle heavy weight, twas wvon. by
Cochi-iis, represeitling '97. Othier
events cvere in wvrestling and spairring,
exhibition on thle iiorse soild1tle hli-
zontal bar, aiii an exhibition of club
swinging by Mr. Everett, Instructor
ini gymnastics.
The iiembhers of the stale legtslature
visitedl the uiiiversity Wednesday
afternoon. After inspecting the var-
ions departments they were received
in the gymnasium by about 1,301)
students. Addresses were delivered
Icy President Adams, Governor Up-
ham and by iuembers of the sen-sb'
and assenmbly. The students were
anxious to iiake a good impresalon one
the legislators as sev cal hilts of in-
portance to the university are to be
considered this winter. Anmong these
is an appropriation of $360,000 for
building to contain the libraries of

b ee cvil not exceed litfteen. As to thio
coiiditioiis goc-erningiog Eallititiollt. lie
is certain Inotinig iprohibiti-eccill 1bo
plropsed, soilhlst conienece thlistaty
ploits lirisinig 011-that score ctill fe-
am~ilcab~ly soil easily settlede. ftc asks
file the iron hieiadndvoodlen iaft for
thle "hlammiie" insteaid of a leadueni
cceight slimng by a steel cciieefromiia
cross bar. 'Thle 'Necv York climb is
heartily thanmked )for1'its solimiomiof
liii-ecxpense quest ion by so genecrouisly
asking ItleLomndomers to be, their
guests. When the return trip is mlade
the favors wvill be reciprocated.
Ini answvering this letter Mir. Gulicik
tells cchy the elate should be kept ats at
first sulggestedl, Sept. 21, aind says this
series of events miay be considered
settled: 100 yards, 120 yards huirdle,
220 yards, 440 yards, halt miile, once
mile, three miles, high jumup, broad
jimp, sixteen-ponde shot, haniler. All
thie events are to lie gov-erneiby hiyIle
customs, rules and practices prevaiilig
in lis country, and Mr. Htolmoan is as-
sured that niothing prohibitive cwill be
attempted. The hammer cvill cweighi
sixteen pounds, and will consist of an
ironi bead witii woodem hamndle c;ithioutt
cross bar.
Ypsilanti Concert.
The University Glee and Banjo
clubs gave their annual concert in
Ypsilanti, Momiday night, in Cleary'si
Business College hall. The boys cve'
wvell received and their friendls ap-
plauded their many numbers. This
will undoubtedly bh ielisat concert

NO GOOD STUDENT
Trios to learn cwithout books.
Somo people though try to use
musical instruments cvith little
or no tone.
WIe Say Boy Those Which Have Tone.
Wo sell that kind.
51 South Main at.
Is ibe LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESSandISHORT-
SAND. Magniiceent bmilding; tes teachers;large
attmndasse; good discipline; superior sick; weili
spedreadinigeroi; daihy lecturms; Satirday
eeing reeionms; opesithe entiremyear. Exep-
tiosal faciiiesm far placiigsgtudns in islilio3.
Boardsand romm$Sitoi$271 piewemek is private
famiti. Thesemratesredumced toc$150se ml-
boarding. 1mr Caalogue address
- . R, CLEARY. Pines
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE'S,
+48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARG[SI OPERAING1 BOOM IN STATE,
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
ED. A. CADIEUX.-
PRORImETOmR0F THlE
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the city. E. Wtashingtoa it., Ist deer
east of Misat. Ann Actor.
MAMMOTH-A PIPE SALE
.JOLLY 8&.CO'S
2A SOcUTH STATESTSu. Dos't fall to come.
Sot andml d Lunso at All Hiors.
SBCOND-HAND
TErXTo
. O K
BOUGHT; SOLD and REPAIRED

the State historical society and the
university.
Alexander G raham Bell addressed

of the clubs before they take their AT_
western trip in April. They wilil visit
South Bend, Benton Harbor, Chicago,
St. Louis, Denver, Colorado Springs,
and several points in Iowa. I W WA * ' ,

of the Alumni association of the Do- a large audience at the law 'building
Aro t Callege of 'Law, -last evening, this afternoon, on the education

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