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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THUJRSDAY, MARCH 14, 1895.

CONSUMIPTIVE STATSTCS.
DR. VAUGHAN TALKS TO THE
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES
Necessity of Hospital for Consump-
tives Urged-Will Blot Out a Dis-
ease Which Kills 3,000 Michigan
People Annually.
Tie joint commiiitt'iesof the lgisl-
ture n 110)11lii alih liet lt.Lansig
last night anidgave aohearig to the
mnembes of the state boaril of heiat.
Dr. Vaugan miade a requcst for in
Appropriatiei of $(4000 for the stat'
hospital for coopives. To show
the need of Snech 1n institutionI higave
an ilustratoni by charts proving tolt
,cosmplitioni cau1s 10011edatsoin
Michigauithan any other disease.
"Consnnptioli take1s law1 .0110111-
pie in Michigaii every year, Dr.
Vaughan said, "twice as1minaiy as di
from pneumon~iia. te next ill order of
fatality. It can tbe blotted eut. Jlut 11s
typhoid fever has bea blotted 0out of
some European ciis, where' it forinr-
ly killed thosaids (very year. Before
thils can be effectively doe hsihtlsi
fr censumptive.l"lislttt. e' built1and
the work of public eduatin ill re-
- pit to infe~tioull diselses mlust be
advanced."
Dr. Vaugianlillavocated also the
teaching in theipublic scollls of facts
about infections diseases. If the 11os-
pital is securei it will be bilt ill AnI
Arbor andti ol be under10 iliversity
;supervision.
American Literature.
The prograin~ for Prof. Delmolons
Anleica"Ltitirature semniay for the
remainder of the semester is as fo-
lows:
March 15-Poe, by Miss Kieve.
March 22-1lawtiorle by Mliss
CDrale.
March 21-ryant, by 'Miss Pst.
Apr11 :,-Longfellow, by Miss ork.
April 12-EmnersIon, by Mr. Gray.
April 26-Thoetau, by Miss Knapp.
My 3-Taylor. 'by Mr. Kelogg.
May 10-Whttier, by _Miss Siens.
May 1-llms, by Miss Goshen.
-May 2h-Lewel, by iss Jane Cook.
May 31-Howells ad James, by
Miss Bennett.
.effersoroan Society.
Thai Jelfrsonan socity wilt give
the folowing program tonight: ~s-
,say, Mr. Mclarg; oration, N. J. Smith;
:peech. ;Iyaim 1Jones, Improimpt,
discson, Melssrs. Oxtby and Crow-
iey; debate, "Itesoved. that tes unity
of present. reigous belief Is desir
able," aff., Messrs. Has and True
man; neg., cssrs 'lerpn ati
-Rilca

Current Humor.
To examiine the cenlt numb~lleItf
Wrinlet, which is 011 sale today, coil-
v11101l the miost fastidtiolls thait tilt
pulileltioli lias beens 00111111tt13'
rcstseitat ci anti iow 'fullyitp tot ht
standard11tl if its tialnilest da~ys. To
co1111e1llt't'wilth iiere' is It mesv cover
clesigll Which eclipse's ailythliig of. tile
hall. It is illustraltive of all thalt
itlikots collegel life whalt it is-soc't'..
athletics andl stralins of strinig musilic,
1an11 is indeecdi a ed iit tto t'iillliil
the (designecr.
le cleawiig oil thin litill 11111'is
the work cf Miss Dllistcr. a. taike'-)o
011 thlt' tlll-t'stellane wedinlg. 'T'e
ece 111ag'is it hint to 'i 111th1tlt'e
tlleo foe ill.' scllitlI'swiiig-olit is 1111-
thte conltribultionlsill tis liln' 11111w

A Thought Measurer.
i'lrttlitscopi', said 11 tt' ethe 11ost01w0n-
1110,0been11inventc'd b13' bullJ. Ho ttaii,
ht' lead of t t'elmeccaniiicail lil'artliltelll
ctf Yal's Psottogical liliatoitly. It
moa'1sulres O w ithacural1cy' uosviu 1101111
c'111olost'o, olh v100 in luste'ill sciltitiie
la~botloric's.
cluanical instrumilt t oitli eAimtle' tlc-
til 11f the potinter swings alolg Ilul'
faeloef a1clrvell scale or' illiitttr.
whichi is so graetlilatl't that it,01111'Ns
Th'linilstr'umen'ltilt a~lcs liltt ' -e
icetioll time Obetwsen tsighit, litvleilg 01
lieral''tion of hellsuill ilmusclalr
movemenli~lt. It willcte'rmnine' the

PRICE-TI-REE CENTS.
NO GOOD STUDENT

skettlo's. II.George' Ituirker' had11laipsc'of tinecc etloeci lbe" tiringlof a
chiai'gtecf tile' geclrll akcl lul, util revolver ia1nd11thucstartimi of a l'lllllt'l.
111111y'of lt'eIi' so'features inllttcltro iue 'I'lh'timhe requiired'toItratnslmlit anly

a11' 11u1' tt his eterpcr'51ise.
Prof. Rohert 1. Fulton.
Prof. Fulto, o w 1100cltalnof lteIhict
Weseyanl School eof Oratory, thte asso-
elate of Prof. Truecblood fur iftc'c'l
yeares illcnc'thliing Ia schl of ora-
tory in Kanlsas ('ity',andsilli their sa-
riouls publicateion,,,, ha1s b'e encl'lenas
onue of the judes in thic'orastricali
contet05. Itt'hills cliteel to give'a
lecture before thlt Oratoriceal associai-
tioni on thie':subjct of the "'olIstl'lll-
tieu of ai11 Orationl." This lieture0
wvill be givenl illthe iawv letulro' roomi
ait 5 o'clock tomIorrowO' afternlon. P10f.
Fulton has consenlted to givt' someit
reading at thic conclulsion of his lce-
tur1e. All 0w110 heard his lectre an1d1
readeinigs last year were mnost ethutl~-
siastic illexprlessionls of ailllat'ioll.
Holders of memlbersilhi tickets to the
Oratorical association oill be ladmittedi
free. Othles sill be chalrgedl tell
J. R. Molt at Newberry Hall..
MIr. JohIth. Molt, of Ness York, so
speaks at dewvberry hall 'Marchl 17-15,
is a graduate of Cornell '88. His inlti-
111te10knowvlege of life I i t'enlllivt'r-
sites of tile United State, Canlldal
and Europemakt's him a iloet ilbee
estili speakcer amlong college students.
He wil speak at Neowberry hail Sunl-
clay at 19:15 a .Int. on "The Cliahn
Movemaent in the U'niversities. In time
afternoeon at 4 o'clock 111e address is
for college men, "Personal Purity in
College Life." Monday night al 7:30
U6: Wil speik on "Thle *esret of

gist11 imipiressionu is lie'istll) ciby' press-
i m~otion and lregisterilng the result
oil the' scalel. Ithats bee-n sowno by11
cit'lnttiilsthat the r l'c'hl'action~
for sound111 occpit's011oil an llaveraige'
0.1310 of a1 secondlt. '110 inlstrumei.nt is
abhoult twso fet.thighi ande1the' cotst oh
c'onstl'lletillg 0110 1s11about1$2014.
" Cornell's Greek Newspaper."
AX stateenlt to ct'e iteffet
that11 a llass i11 llodecrnl (rvs hk
at 'ornlell is pulihing a (Ircel
soothly nlespaiper for realiing exec-
c-iou~ s h all d11a1 1 woiet ircullation
anmion;g college ipaplers. '1111'foundalltionl
fo~r this ws IlSn11alrticein lltho Corn'1e'l
Daily Sun stating t1111 "the' class ill
"Modelrnl Gretkisiusimig a Grt,'ksvee'k-
ly ne'wospper forI 001' toing i'xlre'ieles.'
'111e papt'r referred to Is .1the "Atlanl-
is" whlichl is pubtlishied inl Newo York
land is the only Greek newvspatser 1n
thio iiito'd Staties. "Atiamltis" has
enllt'e'edlits se'ondliy31a1r comnsideiraly3
iprioed 111111emlargd. It is toted for
reainilg e'xe'mcises 113y1many c olle'ge's in
this cou~ntry.
Choral Union Election.
The amnnual eleetion of officies of
the Choral inion soill be held Tulls-
iday eening, Mlarchl 26, followimng 11h1
regular Chot~al Union rehuearsal of
that evening.
The Daily will be delivered
at your room the balance of
the college year for $1. All
th~e baseball and other Unai-
versity news.

Trios to learn lWithoulit ooks.
Some peoipletouiigh try to uso
mllsical instrumnnts wil littlo
go Say Buy ]hose Which ae Tone,
Wo tell that kimit.
51 Soulh Mai t.
STUDENTS
Wily wear and-Ol-downs
PANTS
When yell get themn made to your
measure for
$3.25
and Ip, by a practical tailor here at
honme? All oork done in Ann
Arbor. Suits prtssed 60 cents.
JOS. W. BOLL,&TF,
10a g. Wahinlgtonlst.
H~OT zLU2 WC38
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE'S,
.48 . STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGES OP[RATING BOOM IN STAE
NO 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, MVich.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
In the city. E. IWashingonst5., 1st door
east of Main t. Ass Acor.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE'
JOLLY & Co's
It SOUTHa STATE ST. Dos't fail to coe.
Hot sand Cold Lunchles at All Bass.
Heard's
Criminal
Pleading
NOW ON SAE AT
Up Tows, DownaTewr.
U~nverity ookstore, OpposteCort Rouse
B0 S. stae St. - 4 N. aa St.'
ANN AROR

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