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VOL. V. NO. 115. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

SOLONS' VISJT POSTPONED.
STATE LEGISLATORS WLL COME
THURSDAY, MARCH 21.
Regents' nvitatitatien Accepted-
An Attempt to Reconsider the
Vote of Acceptance Fals-The
Vote COse-A Hot Discussion.
At the clse of yestertay afternoon's
sessio of tho Ihosis. telr('ouative
Kemp'tf prsetedl the invitation of the
regents of this University, Inviting the
legislature to Ann Aror. 'fie tnvi-
tationl was accepedI though the, vote
en the aceptlle was neth I' po-
nouneed nor general.
In the evening sessio the grager
('1e00nt Ittempltedl to seure a reon-
sideration of tiv vote on the acept-
once. A fierce deate followed;
IMessrs. (Camphell of Inghiamo, Red-
fern, of ('hntoo, tovel, of IGrad~
'Traverse, Linttrnan, of :.Mskcgon,
Brown, of Isabella. a0(d Penn. of Alan-
iste, favred at reonsideraton of th
rote, while Mt ssrs. Waite, of MeInoi-
it, Curtis, of (Calhoun, 1.inimis, of
Oklaud, Chamerlain, of togei,
Foote, of Kialamamoo ad IK' pf, of
WAasltenaw, were tdecidedly in favor
of inspecting the University. The
genrtleusen favoring the trill staed
that it was to them both unwise and
unfair to cnd('nn the University
without any knowledge of what it
does or welat it purposs to do. 'The
only husiess method was tr each
man io go to Ann Aror and se for
himself.
The opponnts of the rip argued
that it was a needless expense. Whtn
the University on-i"t'gh tol bil1)11was
pasted It was understod that 110 fur
ther legislati~e ppropiations wr(
to e asked. The m~tin to reconsiter
was lost by a veoof I17 ycas hi 3
nays.
Presidnt Angel reevd a telegramr
fromn Lansing yesterday stating 1tha1
the legislature wouldr 's trrve until
Thursday. March 2. ITe arrangie
nents as made will tbeJelaed on"
week.
Webster Society.
The Webster soey program for
tonight wilt e as follmv : Delata-
tion, .. F. Henry; ,2sclarra ,n M. ..
Clwson; essay, I1. Iase: oratloit.
L. A. Thmpson; r olang, w1\. f.
" Smriley;,debat, "l;e-soltv1- that chrh
kroperty should e ta 1," aff., J. W.
Bingham and W. A. KC " rn:.; neg..
Bf. F. Cory and D. F. 1-idwads. The
usual lripirompils will he 'ive
Toe Daily WWl be delivered

OLD CHINA EXHIBIT. 'varsity, while Dttcier anti Alexander
were memers of the freshman t'rew.
To be Given at Fins. and Mrs. An- Wisconsin will hold an ieroleg-
gell's for Mission Work, late tdeate with Minnsotat next
tnvitations, daintily pr 'tt in oIi 5spring. The (questioni id o)0the 'lettn
Enuglish, will lbe istued this week for of(I 'nited States sealtors y Ipotular
ot It antexhiibit of 0(ld t.-wre to tbe vot. Wisconsin has the thic~ie of
L."hen at the home0 of resient aidi sides ait will tbe rilrescnted y W.
i.1s Angell, Friday -i fterne n' i111t] T. asses, '15, (G. S. Ford, 't5,Ad
w-i rinig, April b. This prom~lissIto C. B. flogos 'S law.
he one of tiie' ret.ticst lndult leas 11- I). Lubin, of Saremuto, Cl., hs
lit soc'ial (events (f the 'year. A offered threetpries (f $25, $73 and
admllissionl ft.) will he ciargedtanld $0 tiroghl Prof. Ely, for essys oil
ttit mloney rIealized( will ie se(Od by till'sbjet of tie caulses of teinil
tio fruit a1(1( flower mIissionl (s the dustriallldepression. This will te opnu
nuclekus of a isloanfunid fot aiding ipor to sttdets in tietuniversities of Minih-
yolng awomleti to receie' trl'ltli~lit-at ian, Minnesotalant Wisconsin. The
till hosi0tals. oly equreuot is tait ties)';COss~ys
A colectionii tf rate 1(ie(, s of bltte distuss Ai. Lttin's artlicle 0n, te1
t'inaitwill hte tmadet'whichliwill be subjtet, cois of whichll havetsen
carefully catalogued'(. ''eHistory of snt itie librries of the tretl th-
tile tilee, its -age anditthOler iterest- versities. Prof. Ely is willing illftr-
in~g facts conctrninitg it w~il bey st nilhin iformal~tion 0n till'sttject
forth in aniniistrtuctive tiantier. 'l'le first tmilitary balll of the seasoI
Arranlgement'ts will hoepertftctedt to was held at Library 111111.Sturday
ilti te el'xhiibit a. comlete sccecss eveniinlg. (It s accss, there' teig
in every wily. One0 thlotsanld, two over fifty coplells presnt.
hundltre'd ivitatons will e sentit Th'ell'annual coicert of tie glee, man-
a11111thle reipieints willirinloetie dolin anti baijo ctbs o'illb h11lt
membIlters (f till faciltites, the seniors ntst Stturay eveiing-Daily (att-
and( studen'its ini other (eatmilents. Homeopaths Show Fight.
Tile work (f tcolcting the pieces foi'
the exhibit is ill charlge of al commilit 'Te dottors of tilt'thomepathic
te wull is. Charls B. Nnier.ie shool i this state 1111've Ot illuptie
Is chairmanli. Tilne 115s tof thlose 11710 ite'I'il~oi n1w eilgtariet oil te-
halve charge of 111e inetcesry' arrange- tween tie twe scools at this t'livi7-
ilents will tbe givn ii tomlorrow's -sty. A meting was 1101( at Lnsing,
Daily. 'Tuttay, ovtr wichl Dr. I. S. (ope
land11 preidet. Two tplns were ati-
WiscnsiLeter. vante'(d to settle tie dispute. O)n0
Mtadison, Wis., iMacoil 1l.-Spec'il was15tat 111e homepathanti sllo-
Correspondteuie.--ArtoeIdoor mlet ipatths shall eacl iav' a c'hair of 15.1-
ilelli Saturday evening the universit'ytria ileCaisnd tie tieory antIpac-
recordt ithtie pole vault wis broken ie of medltiineO 'The chirs in str-
bly Jacekson; '9, who cleared 10) feet. gory, gynecology, obstetris and(1op-
(crane was second with p feet, p0ilalmology are to e e'ualy divided
inchles. Good records for indoor work tetween tie scolsi. Tie allopaths
in te oherevetaiaerc mde,10 re giveis the remlaind~e.
illhut ot,'ceV'Ot wee mdeLi Till oiler plan advancd is to c-
feet, 1 inlch steing cleared in the broati IIIove tieihomepatic departmlelt to
jsump, witihoutIt raised take off. Two Detroit, tie school realining unsietr
imare of thlese indoor, metta will e tie cotrol of the rgets wit tie
held. They have1 succeded in bring- understanding tat ho expensce of con-
ditlting the school shall not be I-
lugou 1101 Ot'tstiild o oil~el'creased. Tie biuildigs now ocupid
tion. A medal will be giveu to tie y tie homeoaths are to be turind
tviisn r of tile greatest numl~br of over to tie alopaths. 'Thie legislator
points in the sries, Is then to give the homeiopais ti'
Th'ieimoney for the purchase of a $5,(iXX) applrpriationu now Inteded
for the allopaths.
new shell is being aised rapidly. Dr Le Sre, of Detroit. and Jones,
There are four crews owing oni the of this city, are to co-opemate with the
maclines at present Thre will be State Homeollthic Board of Control
a fresisman crew formed from the in presenting the mater to the legis-
candidates as soon as tienmen get lattuc. Both plans are to be submit-
ted to the legislature.
on the water. Tieice breaks up be -yesterday ills mater cane up bI-
tween April 1 and May 1. The men fre the house esommittee for a hr-
on the first crew ae rowing as fol- hg but the homeopaths were uniable
lows: Pyre, stroke; Rohn (captain), to agree upon- a number of points.
; Weber, 6l; Knapp, 5; 'Ap. Roberts, Dr. Obctz stuck to iis pet scheme of
- -amalgamation Dr. LeSeure and th
4; Dutcher, ; Soith, 2; Alexander, era were in favor of the removal to
Bow. -Of these, Pyre, Itali, Weber Detroit The comsuittee adjourned at
and A P. -tobe~ts rowed on last year's 1 o'clock without takimag action.

NO GOOD STUDENT
Tries to learni witiont books.
Some pooplo thoughi try to Ise
mtusic'al insruments wiih little
We Say Buy Those Which HaelToe
We sol llt kind.
51 South Main st.
STUDENTS
Wily wear handmedowns
PANTS
When you get them made to your
measure for
$3.25
and isp, by a practical tailor here at
honme? All work done in Anni
Arbor. Suits pressed 60 cents.
JOs. W. XOLLA17UF,
10 E. Washigtn t.
H~OT TI1UJ WO-h8S
FRaSse IE Or
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
JUST RECEIVED AT
+TUTTLE'S,
S48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL fof
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST OP[RATING ROOM IN SIAIE
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
ED. A. CADIBUIX.
PROPRIETOn Or TEt
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the cty. E. Wlashington s., st door
est of Main St. Asn Arbor.
MAMMOTH A PIPE SALE
JOLLy & CO'S
hi SOUTH STATE ST. Don't ail to come.
lst andmIColad assehes at All Hers.
Heard's
Criminal
Pleading
NOW ON SALE AT
JA HRS
Up Town, Dws Towe,
Unlversty Bookstore. Opposite Cor House,
Ea0S. StatesSt. 4N. MalneSt..
S ANN ARBOR

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