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VOL. V. NO. 134. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

RECEPTION TO MLLE, RilEA
A LECTURE-RECITAL IN UNIVER-1
1 SITY HALL MONDAY.
-Tro Appear on Invitations of the
Oratorical Association-Chance to
Hear a Distinguished Actress.
The Oratorical association, throug;h
the kindness of lion. A. ..Sawyer,
who telegraphed an incitation. t~ao
he-!en ahie- to secure IlelRhea. to ap-
peal. before tice studntns. She will give
a leture recital on oom, subject con-
nected with the Hitrionic art AMonday
afternoon next.
Arrangemntns are being mada to
give tier a receptioni in tnihcersily
hall, Moisday atfterinooni at 4:11) p. in.
Similar receptions lone b, ni tenr.lere .
MiNle. tthealit (ther schoolis. At a
recent receptlioni giveniito e tcytho
facuty andt stinleisls of tlie Kansas
t Sty high school iioirfeihintwoathlous-
and people weeiresent. Prinicipal
Itnehanan ilitrodunlghter, s-aiid: "Not
to knowc ite. Itlicha is to argu11e oneself
unknown. It is to staaii iion;; lice
unlculturced aiid to aekuooleelge us
past 'interest iii thle histrionic art of
tiii-'iineteeinthi century.' 1)n this coc-
casion ile. Illiecire-iiin both
recanEnls;hrNot" being receiviei with great ap1-
plause.
MleoIRhea tands amelig *ill-ti most
brilliteut woniencii tie- stage. Tue
world knows her as all aciross and a
bieautiful womian.
At University hail studentsi woill be
afforded a ehaiice to seelie assay
from the glare of the footights. Meety~-
hi-re of the Oratorical aesocltiols oct11
lbe admsittedt on presentationi'if their
tickets and others will be charged the
nominal fee of ten cents.
Inlander Out.
An average number of the Inlander
tias been placed on sale. It contains
cocirthbutlons in prose and verse froii
Loutse Kilbourne, L. A. Strauss, Hr
rySinmons, Edward Field, F. P. Dan-
-Iels, G. H. Barker, W. W. Drew, Kathc-
aryne Stevenson, S. A. Jones, Gusavt

'TIS FOR CHARITY'S SAKE. ITHIS YEAR'S ATTENDANCE NO GOOD STUIDENT

EXHIBIT AT HARRIS HALL TO-
MORROW NIGHT.
Will Be the Most Unique So-
ciety Event of the Season-"Wil
Aid the Fruit and Flower Mission.
Decorators and florists are busy to-
day iii Harris hail in prepsaration for
the old blue waere exhibit, which is
des'tinied to he the moot unlique socieity
i-elit of thi season. The beaitiftel
chiiiais to he idispllyedon tongtbles
dooon the center of thi( rooms aind in
iabinets ranged abot the w\alls. The
table1s oct11 be takenI charge of by lice
ladies of the faculty, andt studtent lteii-
lbers of the Woman's Leaguxe soitt serve
as al ntamits. Mrs. Angelt is to rL-
cev io thlie guet-s assisted by Mrs.
D'(log, Mrs. Vau glian, Mrs. Taft, -Mrs.
tOlcetz, Mrs. Prescotiaid Mrs. Knioovi-
tone. An orchestra oct11 furiishtimimic,
light refresiimemntsoil he sero'ed aiid
ini the evoinig it is itesireid to slalec
this a full tres affair.

AN INCREASE OF 156 OVER LAST
YEARS ENROLLMENTi
Number of Michigan Students Ex-
ceeds Foreign Students by 270-
6eo Seniors in All Departments.
The calendar for this year owifl give
the nuisiber of studemits in the t ccwe-
ily as 2,813, wochi is ant in-react- of
1:56 ov-er the attendansce last ye-ar.
TIhe apeproximoate amiountowhichl the
tniversity owill receiv e ini fes this
year is <$107,038, of owbit-h the 1.;14;
Michigan students psiy $4t,650 and
the.1,270 stuenets filling fromt otior
states pay $6(Y)'88.
Of the 1,514 literary sttudenes, 80
are re sidelit gradtelit' s anit(.211 are
select studtenits. There are 211 en-
romlted iii the senior class. The juniors
imnmeber 2h2,,ostitle tinere are 223i
sotphomiores and 528 freshmectn.
Inii Ilin edical edepartmeent Itcire
are 37-1 sttudents, of whom firie oreI
residlent gradtuates and twvo are se-

siw vFFW v %owswass

Th'leoworthy ipurpose for ohchl this lect students. The others are divided
exhibit is to be giv-en seemis to appteal aioig theoarious classes as followso:
to the Ii >arts 01a(1 turses of thie com-_ Seiiiors, 0S; jiuiiors, 70; sephomiores.
muility, f or lnt only swere both Ness- 98; freshmen, 131.

bierry aid Harris halls offeretd for the
exhibit fret of charge, but florists, fur-
ninaro, complanies, tindildecorators are
giv'ing of the-ir best to make the affacr
a success. 'flits is at practical sort of
help that is appreciated by ltce flower
Mission hoard. With a good rouind
cciii in the treasury they c-anfl return
the favors iii the shape of a hospital
loans fund anil ambulance, whtitch oill
undoubtedly be a great blesing to this
city.
Dramatic Entertainment.
Ne-at'Mond ay night at High School
hall, a draiiatic enter tain i untilt11be
given undir the alispices of the Ujnity
club. Two plays oill be presented,
"All On Account of a Bracelet," and
"A Ganme of Cards," owith the tact
of owhich Mr. Felix Morris is making
a great success this sceason. Unity
club course ticketsoct11 admit, but
those not holding such ticketsoct11 be

The lass departmsesit has an cisrolt-
nient of 648, 207 seniors amii 322 jun-
tore. In -htits department then- ar-y
ten grattuate stidents anid nine-
ipecial etuidents.
There are thr-ce-! resident graduate-s
in lice department of phasermac-y, 23
se-condl year men and 51 in tih- first
year, a total enrollcment of 77.
Of thee 17 stidnits.il ic.te hoceco-
pathic delpartment, threes are icc she
third year, three in the second year
and 11 in the first year clacs.
Thee dtnts have an enrollment of 183.
divided in classes as follows: Sc-liters,
48; juniors, 02; freshcmen, 72. These
are twvo graduate students in the den-
tal dep artment.
WILL TALK IT OVER.
Co-Eds to Discuss Their Gym An-
nex Saturday,
A mass meeting of the womoien stn-
deistSsoill hoeiheltdSatucrday mninig
at 10:30 oclocke in thee, gynasium.
The meetingoill be held icc lie' inter-
cot of the co-eds' annex and ill scen-
students arc, requested to bep resent.
Turn in Your Coupons.
There are still .quite a number of
cctui os for lockirs, in the gycuna-
slum, that have net been turned in..

Tries to learn without books.
Some people though try to use
musical instrulments wcith little
or no tone.
We Say Buy Those WIhich Have Toner
We sell that kindl.
51 South Main st.
FASHIONABLETAILORING
Elegant Graduating or light Suit'
mnade from Impor ted or Finest
3Doz~estio + T7oolens
for $22.00 and up, Full Dress Snit
$27.00, wcork made at leisce lbeais
inspection by any highc Class
'Tailor and Cutter. Will be
ipleased to hrave yccu call and be
coiivinced.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
10 E. Washington st., up stairs.
=OT zIjTJ2=OHZSS
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+ TUTTLE' S,
t48 S. STATE ST.
Go to RANDALL for
Artistic Photos.
NEW GALLERY.
LARGEST OPERATINGl BOOM IN STATEr
NO. 15 WASHINGTON BLOCK,
Anm Arbor, Mich.
BD. A. CADLEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop.
Is the city. E. washing~ton ct., 1st deer
east of Male St. 'Ass Arbor.
MAMMOTH PIPE SA+LE'
2t tOUTH STATE ST. Pos't fel to comes
Met and Cold unceshes at All Moses.
PROF. JOHNSON'S
illustratiove Cases on,
Bills and Notes
AND
NORTON ON. BILLS AND NOTES

Knab and It. M. Btowmlan. "Et Ego charged the regulacr prie oc Unity
Inl Arcadia Fin" (pocemn) by Dr. Jones club enteriainmacunta. The parts in
and "Lina-A Sketch", by. Gustave tic-c two plays oct11 be taken by Mtis
Knab are probably the best features of Bessie Dunster, Miss Anna Dunster,
the numuber. Sir. Kuab's story,, espe- Srs. E. A. Static-son, Mr. Arthur
elally, Is one of the host that has' ap- Smith, ' a. Jamoes H-andy and SMr.
-peered in the Inlander this year. Karl,,Harrimlan.
Prof. Selilotterbeck oct11 quiz the Notice to seniors.
junior pharinic in botany Friday.. --
H+. C. Sutyder, of Yale, addressed- tlie - Seniolsocwho -expect to have their
unenibers of the Prohibition' club 'yew caps, AndI gowns fr the swcill5-out
-terday.- must. order tlcema lc)ef6re, ;the spyii ;
The many. Tricts. of J'rofesshir "Au Vaciontien flipdattes' 9itlO~sying-mut
M~rs. Dewey. wilt, be griee to-$0leIsom.has boon Itieik_'istb~~lsh-Thrss
that their youngest child, Morris. has after 'the vacation. It will be hled at
.dlead of diphthyeria in ,Europe. the vesper services.

All. who have not toe so are, heIx NOW ON SALE AT
for,;e- ested to hauntd in then loclss"r.u1yj?0
conptic to the janitor at oe.
Pr'o,- H. Sclhram gave the irsi of ~ ~ I .'~
-l~weift -n hiiotml ini ---up Town. Dews Town,.
before the Ministerial Band, at Neow- 208S. State S1. 4 N. Male St.'
ber all, Tuesday night. ANN ARBOR

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