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VOL. V. No. 105. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1895.
OUR STUDENTS MAY JOIN.-
STATE POLITICAL SCIENCE AS-
SOCIATION OPENS ITS 000ORS.
,A Small Annual Fee Admits - A
Member is Entitled to Society
Publications-Papers by Eminent
Aiebn-Students Should Join.
As was stated iii yesterday's Daily
students of the University may tie-
come members of the Michigan Polit-
cal Science associatioii and -will be
,eintitled to roeeive its ptbl(anoiis o
paymvent of the annual fee of $1.
Thiese pulblications consist of tie' pa-
pers read by moenibero of die a sor.ia-
liom a t various in.>cilns and gti'
the results o'f las-'tigations of eon-
omtest ind tlhe1r(10(0 toils of the
The object of the aosoetat ion is the
investigation and discussion of ques-
tions of history, goverenment, econ-
oltcs aind jliriolriilnl('iit. Amiong its
moniutors arc sonic of the'imost talent-
ed iiiemoin the state. 'The olbe ',rs at!
Prof. Otto J~ireliiier, presidetnt; Peter
White, of Marquiette, . . Go ~irdoni,
of Lansing, and J. Sumner Rtogers, (of
Olrciard ilke. -vitee tresitdenits; Prof.
It. C. Adanlo, secretary. iiid (litrles
11. Cooley, treasiire r.
Since the first inrettig of the tisso-
hiatlois Ilneepublications havt eencii
Isnued. 'Plese iiieliide the following
papers: "Staite Btainkissues in Mieh-
igan-A IRetrospiect of Legislatlin,"
And "Federal Taxation of State Bank
Issues," biy Judge Thomas M. Cooley;
,"Sugg estions for a System of Taxa-
tion," and "Publicity soid Corporaite
ullted States," Prof. D. B. Waldo; U. of M. Silver Club. ) ?
"Curreniey tReform in tlie Unitedl The free silver isieii met for per-
Stubs" Prf. F. M.Taylr. ianient organization yesterday at4
Time aliueiidlii nt recently adopted
p. in. in coonm 13 of the law tuildilng.
allowss besides sliideiits of tie tom The first tihig eonsidered was the
versity, all stunits of eolleges or iior- coiistitiitioii, which, with a fi-sv
inal schools in this state to ticeomie changes of an unimportant nature, is
nueumbers of ili a lssociation. Persons te-pr fteeuiuts i oi
desiriiig to pureciase copies of the ttitoi
publiecatious may obtain them at 25 Th eositiiissorniis
cents a numbuuter at the bookstores. at oteIon.I ttshn h
Troubie at the U. of Illinois. clib shall be knownu as liii I'. of StI.
U'rlona. 11., Feb. 2S.-Fotilb past Silver clib. Thle Iurlosk of ike elobls
three lays Ill'' eoiiiiiitt (If adlninis - is to cuter iiito aiioii-partisaii schitt-
li-altiiii of the university has Itren ie study of theo' lietioii of silver, its
is estingwit th tilililpiig fl-mnnberslliph is oipeii to till frieiids of
utiiis (of tliiiviiiirsity, iiid ti ieeisoiiisilver who siibscribe li to i- oistilu-
5(55 i-i aelied this 'veiliiig. Niiie younIin
NO GOOD STUDENT
Tries to learii without books.
Some people though try to use
musical instruments with littlo
Weu Say Buy Ihose hWhich Hae oge.n
W~e sell that kind.
51 South Main st.
.k - , _..wrin N-
mnciiart givren a vacatioii for the list Thle fotlosinlu officers srire elected:
of thie school year for kiuinappinlg trde ,M. dvdItik.'i
Julius E.Reiiniairdt, (lie president oflawr, (IfMtintanma ; iie ' prsideiit, Mi.
thle ireshiiiiniiclas.I;. it. touse, 'lit1, of Co(loradoiI(; 2(1
'Th' youngimen ire ((hiong liiie 1(t vice poresidenit, Mr. ("tias. A. Ward. of
andimost p1ular sitii utd~eints ini the ut. - AnArtbor, Mihtigan; secretary,.fMr.
versity. Aliiiost withoutiexceptlionii1. IP. ic~ks, 'Ilt law-. of Miebiigtni
they arei-eo-iiters of the leaiio treasurer, Mlr. Bayard F. Amecs, .1)
(treeh letter featernittes and tire ipronei lit, of Illiniois; sergeaiit-ait-airiil;'Mr.
iictin l otlig i' circests generally. Tiiler E. N. Hthl, specitil tiw, of Mic-higan.
u-as fullaek oii the elevi St t oswes Tfhe clsib iwill tie puishi(diforward
lalyed oii the niiie last year lit hird at oiice' Copies of thie constiltitioii
base anti has been expeeted to p(1ay-are iiow- beiiig circultited for miembiters,
the positioni this sprinig. Unless lb'e sixty beiiig alreandy set-irett. As ,sooni
ardse of the iiitier classinen has tcool- as possible soitiecoilnout silier aithe
I'd tdurinig tle last twseniy-four ious elite u-ill be secured to adiess the'
theiro iiay be some 'aetion taken IIo cliil and its frieinds.
iiidutee tie faeulty to rensider its Track Athletic Notes.
action. Hoiwev-er, it is highly petot- Namnes of new ctandidates for ilie.
able that the matluter siill lie perinlitted 'varsity leack felrn are coiing;iii
to dreop as it now- stratds. good Iiunibers i's-ry day. D~istamncte
Alpha Nu Ladies' Program. runiiers have been reporting thelt
trainer every iday this wseek aiid there
The AlphaNu snprogram ihis 'i-euing
Abuses," by Prof. It. C. A dtiuns; %vl i
-"Bank Note Circulation," T. C. Shore- wl ooeo h eto h er
aiid is to be entirely conducted biy
wveod; "lelatioii of the Church to
Poliicaland ocia Scince, A. Ilie ladies,. The society htas heels for-
tuli-te ini securinig the assistance of
Slocnmn; "Should Uited Statess
'Miss Maibi'l t'raine, an eloiutionist,
;Senators be Elected by ihe People?"-
And Eminnt omai, is Grwthof Detroit The prograni in fnll, is iii
fiillowvs: Piano sole, Miss Minnie
and Limitihtions," T. E. Barkworthm;
"Alien Suffrage," H. A. Chancy; "A Dais; reading, M: iss Gardiner: vocal
National Reserve for limo Exigency ef selo, Miss Hill; reading, Miss Bush
Hell; reading, Miss Cady; piano solo,
War," J. Sumner t~germ; "Competi-MisDv;redn. isWlb;
tion and Organmizaiomm," CharlesI-I.MisDv;redn, isWlb;
Cooley; "Corporations in the Light of pantomine, "Nearer My God to Thee,"
1f..- ,,..5. , ...1m...mtme;voca 5( 10, .slims 7mmi
Hlistory," Prof. J. I'. Davis; "A Sketch
,of the Origin, Establishmnt and
Working of time National Bankinmg
System, wvithm Special tReference to ho-
;sues," Prof. D. B. Waldo, of Albion
to addition to these time foliowing
psapers read at the meeting bld ini
Kalamazoo last week wiil be publish-
ed this year: "Incongruity of the
Divorce Laws in time United Statesr-
A Legal Tangle," Hon. John C. Rich-
berg, of Chicago; "Legal Education:
Its Relation 10 11mg People and the
'Stte," Prof. H. B. Hutchins; "Esti-
S. C. A. Prize Story Social.
Time folloiving programt iill be given
mt time 5. '. A. social Saturdamy night,
March 2: Banjo solo, Mr. Mel. GIil-
lespie; stories. M11essrs. House. Block
and tyman; vocal solo, Mr. Harry
Hedge; stories, Miss Anna Stevens
and Messrs Short and Tolleson; pee-
sentatlimn of prize.
Prof. Thomas C. Tfrueblood wvill act
as chairman of lime evening.
Time father of Marquis B. Eaton,
'97 lit, of Lansing, died suddenly Wed-
nesday, while attending the funeral
are a dozen or fifteenm sorkinig out
every day~ on time track. Flyinext
wseek the nummber wsill unmdoubedly
be doubled. Fronm present indications
there will be a large crowvd out it I hei
mielting of candidates for time track
team tomorrowv evening at 7 o'clock
im roomI 24 of Itme imain bidtimig. 'I'h
track mianagement is anxiuous ti) m'
at least i100 out at thits meeting. 'Tratin-
cr tFitzpa-trick wil oumlinme liiipuam
of iwork for lime sprinmg, aimd the an-
didates will he started t vwork ait
once. A floor-block for. indoor idle
vaulting svas received from Detroit
today, and pole vanultermsivill now
have an opportunity to get into form
before goinmg outdoors. All pole vault-
ers should not fail, theref ore, to at-
tend tomorrow night's imeetinug.amid.
msould reoret to tim' eaptain and
trainer at once.
Wisconsin, Illinois, Chicago and
Lake Forest have cntemt-d terams. in lt'e
intercollegiate relay rae, of time Ciii-
cago A. A. tomorrow night. All these
universities have also numerous en-
tries in the forty yards dash, high
jump and pole vault.
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