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VOL. V. No. 128.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895.

PRICE-TI-IREE CENTS.

VOL. V. No. 128. UNIVERSiTY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

CONFERENCE IN SESSION. speech and m iiake b). tec brainpt )
FIRST CONCOURSE OF ITS KIND Todasy's Pro'gramn.
EVER HELD IN AMERICA. The isisoromis for tlits afternloon and1(
'veingu are as follows:
Talented Men Present-Program of A~ENO ~SO
Today's Work of the Conference
-Reception to the Speakers and (Commeseing at 2 o'clock.)
''12 ii fts A e,i'io ( is ssic itl tttd-

INDOOR MEET. NO G D ST E T
Arrangements Completed for the
Fourth Annual Event. Tries to learn without books.
Aresoig"" itns for it'w indoor ielo t Soume people thougla try to use
mulsical lflstutlfls Nvith little
toitn ross' night are Iboutt it oill'l tl or 110 tone.
'netd it is safe't(; city tht. i liii Cu
fourt aiinial w~ol~ill ifarsillirp'1N 5WeSay Boy Ithose Which Hv nea

it's fritoPr.."-viss Sltly of i-loileit till pr'tviouls 'stilts oft thu kinid. '11
11. II. Butts. of Mfietig-iti-Military Latiigsagi's" IP'iof". Ilt-ory ". Buirioni, 'ntry list is toniotratily lair'er lhin
Aeaidamy, 11 iselit of tli-' Mi'liigati tivirsity of Rltst'sr. eve blitoren' the iit'Itititili is -mach'l
atidrets at liii'oplentg niettitig if I ollar's 'Translatiototstf tien' Illt11 Bookblito lit'lst evi nt tif lihi' ti-tilsa. All
thli Cl'assical ('onferiwisi'ycsleetay. if the Aissid.''-Mr. Isaai'1It 1ame;ss. itilatitit iiis fur this event lmust lit
-Mr. Bttts spoke 'of th' etitatne '- Morgan Park Ata~dat 11y . Ill.-lii Ott anid on lte gymnmasiuimflittr
iioiitl activity atIt irers's iiaiiiftl "'Tht 'Caridinal IDefet in oure;: toed' ll a t'c'loick sa slil'l tlwii'list tiill bei
in tll deliatitil ts if Studity aniliii'ary- Latin Beginme.''-Me. 1'ilwsii t:, alledIoviri'nthesltr ilal tiats starte~dI
Valni' of eoni'eni'i's is stiltlaos of Mills's, l4iigli'otuil highliSchooil, I'laiiatllhat htim'. If tallyol2iest110ut i'
protgress. IIncloising ihe'sta,,tI ii:' ute, -'s l(t', hei'loseshits chance fr iis'cii iiit.
pcti' of it eliolnmast 'is ciliitiil iil iti'sii-i' cof Cltassical Icu'tlriiltiti 'Ihie tiian iiihigh jumplliwill coineii
ctilild 'iif. Sitiey (It.Aslnitti', of Eitglish Literatue."''-Miss Mtary L. atfterthi etils li liii'e loch. intlafi.l
litn (College'. Slo'i- ldy.N. Y., -Miner. DitritlItEih ilichoo. thatill-:° til teatsrcsi''will lprtilably
15 preside' o'er'thiii' tii Pg Ses1iti1. "Thl, atin Iterilaliotiaso tinoiliary libe nutltiff.'Te Shuttlist, nitiling,

W~e sell that lkintl.
51 Sooth Xain st.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,

Peesiulet iiiAng 11 wats tsn iiitluctl
antd onie'oitthis celisieteristi" ssirlics
madthe li'visitiostlitteistgly atitmtme.
Petit. Ktliry follmtieti withirettmrks
o11 iii. work of thse iifiet'et'o.
Thi'ettglarc otnferect'ae is-tik tis
opened by P'eof. C.('. Di~xtin, if
Olivet, iith a schiolaurly papletilt "'t'e
Origin of Atiythlooy." AV,. D. Bakeic.
of Battle Creauk Hig; h ooelttil. iliowtA
withlli"Sonme'Aspects sto il 'the 'osipi
ofitAtugusttus," A-iscki sta sey-iate I"
esting.
'The lioelilig ,.execisi's tier' ('011'
eluiled wiiththr iee'pattes "'FeiDevel-
opinenit of I'itria 'utscsas" iyl' A.
Bechtel; "The Soure's of toll Knosil-
eilge of st'elProniunc'iationi of fLatin."
by Prof. IRolfe, landcI"Notes-011 iiddent
Quanltities in tLatinl," 1b' t'cii. I 'lttrles
E. Bennett, of ('ornell. Thiesi'palters
wiere ally'vety inlstrucitiiveatiildesilt
with the construcetionl at langulage.
Newbercy hall was crowded at last
night's session. The ei'ngi~ was de-
voted to a. discussion of the advistabil-
ity of giving a six years' Latin coulrse
in the High School. Prcof. Anldcr'w F.
Nest, of 1Princeton, .diseitss",d te'
question r010 the pioin~t of viewv of thle
university. In his judgm~ent the
cour11se in Latin should tie lenlgthieneud,
but the} chang- shiouldl te'grtadul andlt
is oot practical at prtesent in e very
secondary seciool.
He wvas followed by Sept. A. F.
?Nightingale, of Chicago, who spoke
from5 the standpoint of the high school
Dr. Nightingale believed that such
inodification of liho present courses'
should be made as to allow the leach-

se theis nseo o 'stIioil Esgli~lu." P'rof.
lit111ttl Brotokts, Kaltaaoos C'tlligi.
Aublicast' ntion i e erdgestit iit'-
set'vice's in l'niiistl it11. lPusltuw1iog
the servici's Mr. A. F. N igliiiigali
sN-ill d's lii ii'tillaitiress011 " 'Ilie Teticf-
inig of English'' ill Inii't'sily hail.
Tfit, exorcist's oitthlii'alteitrnoiotiisill
beiclostid iwithi tcrecittil on tiem il'ie'
Mlemoirial organli by trot. Stal:ly.
EEhNtNG SEi55IoNs
(Ciimmencng at 8 o'tclc.
Replort of commllittec i O lt'e Pcipar-
aiitnl ot Classical Teasel'e.s.
Aiddress by t'rof. teill Sittity. l'ni-

thei list iof thei'prcogr'tam. 'Ill(,'wi-tlit
ltii t's-tiilg siill b hi'i'e exiblitionutoi
wveistlitig:guilt by \Ms ost's.Ittilly aitd
Balay'oiftDetroit. 'Itose, whit ;s'w
tte'd'no110msticilasito thu soret 'xelii-
stiad year aistl iteicthtmpioni othle
less tani twvo 1intst s. Ale. ltitilay is
ihamphion itt Mititititiiiiitslit'1:15-
poundllilclass.
S. C. A. Officers.
A. laist sight the fiolloiwsing iiliu'i-s

Practical x Tailor
hits wioredcfor mtayyu'easfor tnesitftte
fiest muerchatu tai tioeii coatcersin
Dietroit, alsot toethe lte T . M.Sttaftfird,
the ti-ch chass tailor oh this ity, 1tisf
tauglit thluttest systemsif at tis t Cuitt-
titg alt peadseuth e tt
[atest Cut and Style ia Clothes!
Fal Breets Suit matde fice reasonabule price.
Na Trouble tot Show Good's.
10 E. Washington st., up stairs.
8-0T I.JJ3ITCZHSS
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+TUTTLE' S,
t48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST OP[RAING R OOM IN STAlE,
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Ann Arbor, Xich.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the city. E. 'iashlgu Sut., 1t Edear
east at Main st. Ass Arhor.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
.JOL.LY & cO 's
20 SOUTH STATE ST. oan't tail Eo coe.
list andI Cold Leechies at All Hurs.
PROF. JOHNSON'S
Illustrative Cases on
Bills and Notes
ASNA
NORTON ON BILLS AND NOTES
' NOW ON SALE AT

v'ersity of Chicahgo,"'The Classics il 1'1'5'5i15'llt, 1t'. :1t. 'aretz;; gi mitil sie
Mlodu'r'nlEulcatiohl" presidlu'nts, Wt. It. Clyutien ii nud'Miss.
ri,the 1311111+10 A.0lOr.s11illcii

eredh at Delphi wsill hi'-iinterprceted by
Prof. Mt. L. D'Ooagn td suns~ by Prcof.
Ga~rdn~er S. TLainsou.
After thio exercises thtis evening thei
memtib'ersofottile confterencesianJ1thehir
(rindts ace inviiteid to 1110 glnlasilllml
whlere a recepition w'sill be giv'en1iln
lionoir of thle offices and stealth's.
Jeffersonian Society.
'thi-',. following program will lie ceo-
seresiatlthIle Jeft-solih L1iteralry so-
ciety this evening: Declamation, M.Nr.
Doer; oration. N. .Smit11; speechl,'Mcr.
Covert; biogralphy of Jefferson, fir.
1H1ff; imnprompltul disculssion, aft., Mll'
Norris, nleg., Mr. Aldrich; debaate, Re-
solved, that poverty increases withl
piriueesS, aff., Messrs. Mdliseg a~d
Pierpont, neg., Messrs. Ryker and

tleuana. Fisher;udeaitent sic'shrl's-
idenths, II.S.A'ooehieis and(l Aiss I btic
letltt'icke'ht, literary; 10'. 5. Leh'nin
metidic;S. 1E. Stewavrtt, laiv; .J: IL.NWoo-
toll andit" J. VW. Adinter c. littl;trecas-
ure', J. II. Iontfolili'y. isisi~t
treasurr',Miss Belle' Otis; roinetr-
ship se'cre'tary, IF. L. f'lhurhe;'i'hi 1'.
It. 1". 'arty; 0l'gailish, A. Olesoni;hi'-
c'ording scer(Atary, liss Es hllMAasioni;
t155i511taltissionatlry treu'tthh.- hils's
retary, Aiss ANlay Bowenih; libratriaun.
('. H. ihlkei'lserder.
P'rofs. Fi. W. Kelsey,.P,.ll. 't'liilil-
son a~lcI 'A. Wt. thelntl sterr;seleced
trulstees ho serve for twso yealrs. Pro'sfs.
I. S. ('hark ahnd I. N. I)cilton stir',
elected trustees foer011e yeart. S. A.
Prattsvas elected manahiginig t'ditor of
te1 Bulethin i,, ,l as H. PI nt'r iss'

l' UL55L~ 10 ellr '- o i.sIUh sUcceedllhtiLLLsc l IS buiness. lhtl l'

now'. He said th.at tlhe ghuni g Itf Oratorical Association Election. agter of thta per. tnb hlrna 2yaso g
will aid in th~e much desired union of The, annual meeting of the Orator- Instructor Dsvyersill 1quiz thte
pTon Donthe grammar school, theb high shool Ical association fov the election of junior law's next w'eek in room 13, inl Dvest~oktr, own Townr.~us
and the state university. It- wiill also officers will be held atl m. . next Styephen's Pleading, the lessoin extend- a0Ss. State St. 4 N. MalnetS.
i sure a more Intelligent Eniglish T'uesday in room 24, 'oH. ig r0om psgo1380 to page 442. ANN ARBOR

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