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VOL. V. No . 1171.

UNIVERSITY OF 'MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1895.

PRIcP.-TH REE CENTS.

i

THE CHICAGO AL-UMINI IVIEBDAL.

A/AD ED TO
TO U:1EXCELLWNCE I [
0 X
(Obverse.)
(To be awsarded to the winner of first bonor at
Association of Chica"'o.

- /et,'1-te
! 40
(Reverse.
tonbt's contest. Presented by the Micbhigan Alumni

NO GOOD STUDENT
Tries to learn without books.
Some people thongli try to use
musical instruments wiih little
or no tone.
Wen Say Buy Ihose YWhich Have lone,
W e sell that loitd.
51 South Xain st.

ChICAGO ALUMNI MEDAL
WILL BE GIVEN TO THE WINNER
OF TONIGHT'S CONTEST.
CONTESTANTS ARE GOOD MEN
AND MARKINGS WILL BE CLOSE.
Names of Contestants-$7500 and
the,"Chicago Modal to the Orator
-$50 to the Alternate.
The ifth local oratorical cenmtlt v till
tieheist tonight, iseginninig prompttly
zit 8 o'clock. Two hotter nen will
be chosen from the siVen contestants
is repriesent 'Michigan is orator otnd
1101l1c(o1t11sfof the Norihetli Orated!-
,il lea~gue at Io twalCity. Ia.,. May 3.
The genlll iditlissili i iXe is 25
to tic' contest.
Th'e ioators are well mailtchied(tid
the judlges' markings wvill iprobasbl'he
close. The programi or' ili evenintg
10 as follows:
1. "Three A risloCrailes' C I. it.
.Stearns, 'ti6 III.
2. "Webster andt the C'onstitutio,"
.J. N. Danis, '95 liro.
3. "Centralization ill out' (ovutiu-
islent,"- It. W. Danrorth, '(9, lit.
4. "Thse('lasses or the Co' onters,"
I.L. Ingra hani. '90 law.
5. 'Titi'Baishmnttof lt . llortmns
t'e-ople,". . N.Hickmtan, '195lit.
it. "Brotherhoodl of Natinas" J..
Lautner, '95 lit.
7. "Internationalism," J. H. lily's,
'115 law.
Theo testimotniails hill problably
tw awardedt by Iii gililt (cickel'.
Music will be fulrnlishled. by
th1e Inirtirsity Bttujosclub. 'The
judges are P'rof. Jameis f0.
7-turray, of PriIlccetos. N. J., Dr. 'Rich.
anrd G. Beene, pirin~cipal of tile State}
N\ormal School, of Ypsianti, and Mfr.
David E. Heineumatn. of Detroit,. on
thought and comnposition,. Regents wil-

harn T. Corker. anti Levi l.I,. bointu( IFIRST FACULTY RECITAL.
attd t'rof. tisiert I. Itulton!. tf I) h -__-__
wire,(.,ion 011itiery, SECOND SEMESTER'S RECITALS
-- PROMISE TO BE FINE.

It addition I to'e nor' tf repre-
settisg ft'eUnivrt'ity ilittie NortlIit, ttt
Oratorieal Liet' l t'e wilsitr isffirst
tptace' yill ri'iethtiCh'iceago Atttiottii
associatiotn gohild m l and tot$5illit
tlieo y. As ivtstne indicate's this
nedal is tiresc utedth lrotughtthe get-
evilt' of tihet'hicago Aluttni avs'ial-
tion. It will he giveis *yelry as lthe
first honor in orattory. Itn ristsidira-
tien1 of tits gift tic' leeture aseiai-
tions has agreed to permitit its dottors'
to nti(',oilt- of tie' euterltittttcnts in
the S. I.. A. course. which is ktiow'i
lecture by 1li. 'I. tB. Reed wstethe
011, sdesignated this yl'ar.
''. ' stmedall was designed tby Lollis
it. Sullliv-an. thie arehite'ct of tier Attl-
itoriustet tiling ill Chicago. and lis
a, v'ey lhtItdntei e'.'lih' ('Iictagi
issocitiontalisofturnishet'v$511 of tile
heastcavhizite''
Tic' University's orastoriclassocias-
tiotn is in its fifth year.,ibting orgian-
tzed ill titi' saint' year ass tl ticNoti1in
Oratorieal League. '.'Three of theiitr
contests of tie' league'h havea. ' i wonl
by) :Stiettigai. The first cotest was
ihdiin Ann Arbor a1nd1Avas15wtl tby
A. ('.,(Gorelty, '91 law'. tn ic'e secoidi
i'(nteist, which was15heist atR' atss.toti.
Stiehigan reeived third plalce, Noithi
wtrnt illlilg hfirsrizo. 'Michiganl
'soas retresented by J. L. Roerts,
'92 lacy. Itll93 h(- ceitest was lieldt
at Oberlin tund 'wa5s Aotnby IL. (T.
Loang, of Michligan. Last yeatr fthe
TL'uivers ity was represented by F.tP.
Sadler, '06l lit, at Madison, Wis., whit
}se'curet tile first itonor.
'The off'cer' of the 1octa1 Orator'ical
CO 'TL'UED ON SECOND PAE.11

Frieze Halt Welt Filled Last Night-
Mr. Jonas Rendered Fine Setec.
tions-A Good Trio - Excellent
Vocal Bolos-The Other Features.
of the irltst faetity cotteirt of tit" vi'
tilstir. 'li' pro rintewas till imd
eithiieaiitri)'r itanoeviolend elivilng
fully re'ndi'red to'\Itt°vary. Jonts, '/eitz
.IttitAbel'. Mr. tittltonifollowved wit
a. groitti tf voclttoos isy' T1einhew-
skyi"Otwtildlthtat for ottltietliil ,"
ttiii'I' tils tte o'rfoelmltle!sb' Mi.
tettas iof ais(vius itf tilel'te inoo 'it"A,
1a fitgit,' t itlll.,)iie hiyMacit, a to-
ltrlttt'k(', tiy Scitittlaun.
A brilliantt piece of violin tplaying
tway givollin tttti' iierfoetttttwe'otf
Neitty, 'whiicht wit fellow i'd byir'hl.
Ilttnsoll'5 sittgittar of tti'foloinestg
son1g ii)by Ittuts'Ist'ie: ;"jleilg.
"'rlti' sea. "'"til et' is sparkling,"

Is tho LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS and SHORT-
SLAND. Magniicenst builiding; ten teaches; large
attendans; goaddiscipline; suyerisoweek; well
supplied readingeroo; daily 1e0tures; Saturday
eveninogsreception; open te entire yeae. Excep
tionalili's toe plaeing students in yevtitent
Bioardladod em $ o e$275 perlweek in private
families~. Theseorateedaced to $.51 by solf-
boarding. Foo Catalsgue address
uR- CLEARY, Pres
FRES LIN Fxz~
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES.
+TUTTLE' S,
1 48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST OP[RATING DRO~M IN STATE,
NO, 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, MVich.
ED. A. CADIBUJX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
to the oity. N. SWashingtonSts., 1t tdoor
east of Mala ts. Ano Actor.
MAMMOTH A PIPE SALE
JOLL.Y & CO'S
23 SOcTHSeATE ST. Dn't faillto come.
Mlot an~d Cold tLunclies at All Hoors.

[ owi t like wito a flou r, ' and
"Golden rolls beue-ith iue.- The, pro- Heard 's

grain closed wills a sointa of thttee
ttiniits fee piano and violina, by)
(let ig, wNiictt wits piefored to it-inct
ilhilitst' by Miss Jaffe anad hie. '/etz.
'The YotttsgWonnan's ('Itistiata asso-
elation of tths city- will giveO an tatter-
tainiitst at Newisery 11al11 Fridaty
Iagllt, Maxech 29.
The Daily will be delivered
at your room the balance of
the college year for $1.00. All
the baseball and other Uni-
versity news.

Criminal
Pleading
NOW ON SALE AT
WIAHR'9S.
tip Towo, Down Towr,
Uivthersty Bookstore, Oppouite Cort House,
24 S. State 51. 4 N. Maln St.
ANN ARBOR

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