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VoL. V. No. 133. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1895. PRICE-THItEE CENTS.
DIEIIL '96 LAW ELECTED. igan has not yet been notified of tho COLLEGE REPUBLICANS. NO GOOD STUDENT
selection of judges for the League con-
'THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION test although the constitution of the REPUBLICAN COLLEGE LEAGUE
ELECTS OFFICERS LAST NIGHT. League provides that such selection WILL MEET AT GRA-DSRAPIDS. Some people though try o use
must be made at lesast three months McKinley Will be There-Reed, of musical instruments with little
Oiehl '9B Law Is President -The ibefor the date of the contest. Tie Maine, InvitedA Big Banquet- or no tone.
"." Laws also Capture the.Offices secretary was instructed to sendi pro1 Grand Rapids Will Entertain Roy-Uses
of Vice-President, Secretary and ally-Lots of Work for the Conven- We Say By Ths
Treasurer-Constitution Amended test to the secretary of the League
because of tls failure to notify the tion-A Little Hstory-'Other Notes. We sell that kind.
The report of the treasurer of the association. The League contest takes The Amerian Itepublican College
Oratorical association. made at the place a month from tonight and 'fich.- league will hold its fourth annual
annual meeting last niht, sihos that igan's sletion of ex-Gov 'Chase, of convention at Grand Rapids April 5. 51 South Maina st.
th association's finances are in a Ohio, was made some time ago. Sessions of the convention will be held
prosperous condition. 1. R. Crozier, at the St. .Cecilia d h house. Pres.
the retiring treasnrer, reported a bal- DEPEW ON COLLEGES. Cox will call the convention to order
ance of $111.1- in this possessiou, CHAUNCEY M. SPEAKS AT THE at ti a. in., Friday, in the auditortim mpoy
against $4.05 remaining at the close CONVOCATION AT CHICACO. of the club house.
of last year. For several years previous to the
College Endowments the Best Place to dstrbnte
The election of oticrot for the Govern- organization of the league the oppon- s rdvertise-
suing year was closely contested iii ment Takin'g Charge of Higher emts of the party whose principles it bicle, i we en thona appovai. o
work done unt ithe bicycle arrives and proves
some instances, int resulted in the Education-Wants Nation's School supports held that they were oecur- satisfactory.
laws securing most of the offices. M. -ug to their ranks the major portion Young Ladies iledn"2"i
l. Louis 11, 'il law., F. P. Sadler, '9i Ciato, April 2.--The conocatton of the college ien. While the BRIlb- mendedr telfor teusbewelre -
of Chiicago University was hold in sI''
lit, and B. F. Diehl, '9ti law, were lican party did not admit this, they ACME CYCLE COfPANY,
noiiiinated for tle ofliCO of presidenf. u ie realized that the party was not get- ELKHART, IND.
,rDi pw delivered the address. In the
Mr. Dichl was elected1 oi the second ing its fair share of the edcagtud
course of isis remarks Mr. Du'iswtngisfishieoth elumtl______________________
ballot, receiving forty-two votes to and naturally progressive young nen I-O T- ITT O0=E ES
said:
twenty cast for each of the other can- from the colleges. These young men a5a LNE OF
didates. M. F. Conroy, '96 law, was calirbeapplieduis to assist these great being separated from the world of LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
mada vice president without opposi universities which are educating the business were more susceptible to the JUST RECEIVED AT
tion Several men were placed in yortth of our land. sophistries of so called political econ- + TUTTLE'S,
nomination for secretary, but one bal- "This institution, which owes its ex- ony, and for this reason drift from + 48 S. STATE ST.
lot was sufficient to elect B. E. Nuss- istence to the beneficence of Rocke- the party. Thet league was orgamized
feller, is in itself a monument of the
proper use of wealth accumulated by to bimd college men who were epub G
Miner, another junior law, was made a man of genius. So is Cornell, so is hicans at homne to thoeir party and
treasurer. J. B. Brooks, '96 lIt, was Vanderbilt aind so are the older col- set them to enlisting iiev reruits. A risi r o
elected third delegate to the League loegs, as they have teceived thi ibene Speaking of tho orgonuzatioa if the
co- ion at towa City over J. H. factions of generous, appr ecative and league, the very neatannouncment NEW GALLERY
patriotic wealth. But in view of the *ee y a on t E G
uarles, '96 lit. G. W. Gillis, '96 lit. daugers which are about us and of thelst out by the Ieague secretary says:
1. G. Paul, 't7 lit, and O, Hans, ' 8 difficulties which are before us, we "The students of the t'itversity of L
lit, were elected members of the ex- cannot rely upon what the rich may Michigan took the lead in this enter-
ecutivo committee. t do, or what philanthrophy or gener- prise. A vimsorous Republican club
Ther was considerable discussion sity or wisdom may su gest The has for years flourished at that unsti- NO 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
state has already done well in the tuton. In the spring of 1892 the first
Regarding the changing of rho number common schools; it has done bettr prehliminary steps w ere taken, which Ann Arbor, Mich.
of contestants in the local contest in the high school, and better sll finally resulted in the calling of a
because of the admission of the new in the final opportuiity which it gives national convention of college Reib- BD. A. CADIBUX.
RORiETOR oF TE
class In the law department. The in many cases for a liberal education. lican clubs. This occurred at Annp
ArbrMa 7,182. hity f heLatest Improved Barber Shop
members of the association were di- "It ild be a 0long step forward in Arbor, tay 17, 1892. Thirty of th In the city. E. Washington s, 1st door
popularizing, higher education if the leading colleges and universities of east of Main st. Ann Arbor.
vided as .1 the advisability of drop- governmeut should establish at Wash- the country were represented, and the
ping one of the t ro contestants to ington a great national university. As organization completed in a most aos- MAMMOTH
which each of the senior classes is en- at Oxford or Cambridge there are hios- picious manner. James F. Burke,
titled, thus reducing the number of tooic colleges with fondation running president of the t'niversity of Mcli- -AT-
orators to six, or adding one repre- back for hundreds of years, and each gani epublican club, was elected as JOL.'LY & Co 's
having its own traditions, but ill part the first president of the league."
sentative to rife presenrt number. It 2 soTi TATE ST. Don't fal to come.
of the university, so in every state A fine program has beten announced. Hot asd Codd Lunches at Al Hours.
was finally decided to leave the matter there would be colleges, each having A banquet given by the Young Mnci's
to the executive conmittee, which wll its own merits and traditionas, nd 1 Republican eclub, of Grand Rapids, PROF JOHNSO S
report an amendment to the constitu- of them belonging to the grand um- . .
versity which will represent the cul- to the delegates and their friends will
tion at a called oneeting. vrtywihwlrersCtheu-t
Several aumecndments wrenade to tore of the new world, the university close the convention. Among these Illustrative Cases
of the United States." who have been invited to be present
the constitution. The success of tho
plan ofchiarging a noinal fe e to Wedemeyer's Great Run. and respoB lutoltoastsne: ov. B
-..MeKiinley, ca-Speaker Reed, ox-Presi
non-members of the association for at- W. W. Wedemeyer, '94 lit, and '95 AND
tendanee upon the preliminary con- law, made a phenominal1 run through- dent Harrison, lIon. Chauncey M. De-
testsreuedin teprmnntad p-bout the county for the oie' of school e w, Senators Burrows, HiggTns, Wol NORTON ON BILLS AND NOTES
t is resulted in its pornianent adop- commissioner, to which he was elect- cott, Thurston and Aldrich, e-xSeuitor
tion. Changes were made relative to ed. The county went heavily- for the NOW ON SALE AT
Patton, lieu Robert T. Lincoln, Gen.
the admission of a contestat from state ticket, but W. W. wasn't sails- James S. Clan'son, Hon. J.Shat aas- T'T'C YY
the new law class, and incorporati'g fled with that plurality so he piled up Ja..t\rs n .o t j
2 more than the state was allowed, set, Gen, Russell A. Alger and Presi- Y l _
ther medal and moley offered by tle 'b dkent k: W .W Tayo th Natina
.u.t his total vote being something like . . racy, o e ona Up Town,Down Town,
-Chicago Alumni association i the first 700 aboPve his apponent, D. A. Elam- Republican league. From several of UlnversityBookstre OpposteCosrtHous
prize given at the local contest.- ' ont, a piominnt-man in educa the'se positive acceptances have al- 25. StateSt 4 N. Main St.
Tlhs statement w-as made that Mich- tienal circles. ready been received. ANN ARBOR

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