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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

VOL. V. No. '150.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,

MICHIGAN VICTORIOUS.
JAMES H. MAYS SURPASSES
HIMSELF IN ELOQUENCE
AND WINS FIRST HONORS AT
IOWA CITY.
An Eloquent Oration on "Interna-
tionalism"-Captured the Large
Audience Immediately-Mr. Ingra-
ham Responds to a Toast-The
Speakers Return Tonight.
Tie annual contest of the Northern
Oratorical league held last night at
Iowa City resuited in a splendid vic-
tory for Michigan's eloqlue'nt repro-
sentative, Mr. James H. Mays, whose
o ration on "Internationalismn" was oni-
sersally regarde'd as a nulguilicent
(,fleert. The judges w,,re Pr"incipal
Pray, of Wisconsin Agricultural
School; Victor fiheneter, of the Cisinet
tBluffs Nonpareil; Pev-. tbt. Staple-

sentoedthti oration with which he won SEN. DANIEL'S LECTURE
here, "Internationalimu" Ho traced
the growth of the hoisd of humniity "AMERICANISM AND THE MON-
through the organization of thu family ROE DOCTRINE" HIS THEME.
is that of the comimsnity aimd finally-
of the~ nation. With tie- tassing away An Interesting Discussion of Divers
ioi' th' Middle Ages came international Questions of Popular Interest-
aetivities, and interuatioinal develop- Chauncey Receives a Dig or Two.
moent has teen sigisalizedt hy tine Peaee Seisator Danie1, of Virginsia gave a
of Wesiphiahia, the Treaty of Geneva remarkabhly eloquieint aisd witty ad-
anti th,, Pan-American Congress." (tress last night hefoie the Sluclentu'
Men msay ye thebhitndted liy prejusdice. Lecture association, though it was not
iationss msay yet he lacerated hb- war, so reimarkahle foerhonmogeneity. is
lust of tis we iiay he assured: that subhje'et was giveni is "Americanism
ini the uistresses which msaiskind msts and iii' Monroe Doctrine," hsst a liei-
sutter, ignorancee~will never agasin ble tee stalesncust woulid have heens "Aisii'-
so hotent is fae'-toe, for isein are 11(05iciaisms, the Southieirn See ston,
heirs to the' wisdons of the ages; sdif- Womsan Ssffrage, IBi-isstad.lisiss, ant
fi'r'es' in religion will never' again so a Few IResiarks on the -Mourne. Doe-
arouse liie spirit of instoleraince, for teise." H~ow ee, the address was vie-y
netn isiust tie left unftterecd to obee' brilliant and fuiliey appreciated he' the
liih' dictates of his cosc iee; differ- audiensce.
i-lce is race anid language will nseve Aimericansism, the ieadiniglthemse, was

utoi, President elellihael, Minloi
ICoillege; tindtPeesideist Carh~a r, i-

elsion wass: First, Altichtg an: seoiid,
lt isconsins; tirdi Obrliin; fourthi,
Iowsa; fifth, Chicago su(itNirthwsestern
ti' 'c.
Tole visitors were hsntts'-l safter
t- congstbt h Iii ossa assoeiationillii
silch the toas's were restiii'i'Jitoiiiby
'he alternates froisstIlls'onois iiig col-
ii ges, aiid that lie-P. L. Ingrahiami was
of isarheet excellenci'. Aisabistrct of
tse speeches ini the oreine'' ts heiceh
thee- were delivered followso:
The PUniversitey of louse was resire-
n rted he' H. 1W1.Hansoii sithsis
siration on "The Wandering Jew"tHe
traced the history of tile Jeisht race

again he so stronig a hbirrier to fren-isl
ty intercoursi', for till nation's are csus-
ing to rcoignizae tshe briitherhiiodtif
lean; itistane' w'illsneve'r ligliirenitr
in'ternational coiitests so vag-se aisc re-
miote, f or lii' islesseniges ofifliiti'li-
gene anit of commuerce, like sisittles,
sere rustling to anil fee us r the earth
"ssvea-img the niationls unto one."
E. P. Beisnett, tilei'epiresentativ-i of
-Northssesti'rn, ihaitas, illS Uenhji'ct.
"W~enelliiPhlillis-A Proituct iif Ills
Time." Ithee tole the grotlsuni talull-
lipis attatil d Zgreatisess he' his conlcep-
tion of tile teruthin ilregalrd to slay~'ry,
and1( his iunswserv-ing loyalt1y to i l l.
vieflons. Hiesvas not justly calleit.a
;stlteslsan, foir imisy of isis iteas 0o1
milticl aue omolass'weresswron. "

a elogy e-on Amsericans. lIx Gill
lis exisressed tile opsinlion of Sialiy i'
saylngithilat we '11511' io inationl char-
acteristics, lost niithing ecuidise far-
tiler from tiletrusths. Peo gesosiseness,
sill, ambiitionl-thiese are Aulericani
traits. Si'lf-ilp is Amlericanlisml.
Amiericals don't bseie'ie ill waciting for
tdeadiimein's soieo, bu1 t utin prmactice'
till malxim "If youi 'ranit a. ting sell
disne ito it esues if" '111e'Amlericail
is till'launsw'hossilil aliays 11a11etill
ticst of the(1conditionls ill whicht ile
all is fr'c''domilldistincltleytiti' Americain
docltrinec. VWI' iave a frei-cacild, I-fci
siiffrlage, free re'ligiiin, free sechl
free edcastionl. Every-thing is free

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SOMTETHING
INt IT."
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° ts dististe
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wor isn Iloassil thlic01y1aclrvesad poese
Young Ladies eatmeegs'is
f Iboys 0r il sppithey mustlbewelecom
mlended. Wriehfor pat~iclrs.
ACME CYCLE C01IPANY,
ELKHARIND.
13TO IUN'08ES
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
+TUTTLE'S,
+48 S. STATE ST.
JUST ARRIVED!
A SHIP'MENT OF
Cents' rive Iao Shoes
Fopn S:P.INC.
JACOBS & ALLMAND
Waslmlgton Blck. Ann Abr.
P. S-See our Show Window.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the city FIIWasingatonlt., 1to lor
east of 'ain St Ann Aror.
MAMMOTH PIPE SALE
JOLLY & CO's
10 iSUTHSTATn S. D01't fal in Cmm~
1]rot"andtCold l In,' e1-at ll HIn r~ a
PROF. JOHNSON'S
Illustrative Cases on
Bills and NVotes
AND
NORTON ON BILLS AND NOTES
NOW ON SALE AT
WA H R'S,

unde persecution in thseedays of hIsmne ethe voice of God seaking lt hls- Anothser doctrine'ivhichsltespeaker
in the MiddleAges amid in moer-n son of the centuries in werds of cuts- gsi' sa hhitaim >f ms'ias
limes. 'Wih no prospect of amuliora- dilsnatiomi to thse oppsressor amid of 1i11155555sishal of amsopienis ballot. Woi-
lion of cosnditions, for this dowin-tirod- promuise to thse oppressed-thsose wiere an suffrage list speaker does nsot tie-
den race at present, we must loksolelthIle honor's thsat miade famsous the ive ini. Itt thinksis so onerous a tine-
ths future "to an age of conciliation names of hh'oneell Phillips" tenlssl not he ismpiosed uiion hssli
amsd of compromise. In' snch an era,. Oberin College senlt C. H. Rae'- Tile lecture closed 'iiths a very wiitty
use Jcew will be, must ho thoroughly mnmd, 'ivho spoke on "lRegnamnt Amser- anuser to (Chsauncey 11. Di-pess.
emanipted." icanisil." He sail: "tGreece glave Michigan at Ithaca Today.
"Reasons for a New Political Party" Art; Rosmse, Latev; ansd. the gensiums of
'wvas thu topic of Chicago L'niversity's Amierica todaiy gives Freedoms bear- Tin'va's-city bashall team heft for
orator, H. F. Atwood. He pointed 0ou1 hate." Since tile days of tile Pilgrimss Ithaca, N. Y., Isast night at 10:25 aimd
th- prevalemnt conditiomn of iurest anil 'ie l:hav' ~e ,v i'e , 14eioum liorte' ai.d sswitl art-is-' tere lat 1n0011todaye. 'lis
tse dissatisfaction with the twio old'proalfedo w ie save ow.ssvto soul he bt hree hour tue
parties indicated hy the twenty-five achieve industrial, freedom. "L~iherty rest before thse gamet with tCornell
per cent of stay-at-home voters. Three under law, inscrihed upon then ba-ibegins. Thicy will start. back tile fod-
questions, hoe said, demsanded settle- ntrs of heroic muon of actionl, will load losving msorning amnd arrive here thats

moot in a statesmoan-like tway', viz.,
the strife between capital anid labor,
the question of intemperance and the
'tariff question. As to the two newv
parties now in the fild, the prohihi-
tionistsav narrowi and the populists
'mro radical and incensistent. Never-
Ihiehess, thee are the pioneers pee-
paring the way for the coming "Na-
tional Party" which shall inaugurate
a new 'era.
Onr own ,speaker, S. H. Mays, pre-

the 'iarrimng hosts of industry through
the crIses of today into a wiider free-
domu upon the higher platenu of a
grander tomorrowi. Triumiphatnt in the
focus of the advancing hosts of tilt
iominant Anglo-Saxon race, the re-g-
nant spirit of the American repiublic
will become the controlling principle
oIf the world."
It. A. Elward, 'Wiscnsil's repre-
sentative, had also as his subject "The
C )NTINUED ON SECOND PAGE.-

inight.
Tise follo'ing players 'iere tak'.n:
Holmes, c.; Sexton, p.; MoNcienzil', lb. I
Blounsingaton, 2b.; Deans, 3b.; tus-
sell, ss.; Watkins, 1f.; Shields.
If.; Waterms'an If.; Condon, substi-
tute. Besides Mtanager Weeksmnd
President Pruntiss of the athletic as-
sociation, lhem'e were five oter on the

trip, Messrs. T. P. Itickey and L. A. Up lasTownkt, DpowlenToncn
Pratt, '9th, H. F. Hochl, '915, and Mxr. h0iS. State St. 4 N. Main SI.
Keodee, an tx-Cornell man. ANN ARBOR

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