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QI*al'ft*VOL. V. No. 185. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1895. PRICE THREE CENTS.

SEE OUR WINDOW!I

"THERE MAY
SOtDE'THING
IN IT."

BE,

51 South M~ain st.
FASHIONABLE TAILORING
:klegant Graduating or light Suit
made from Imported or Finest
o®t + Woolens
for $22.00 and up, Full Dress Suit
$27.00, work made at home lhears
Jnspection by any High Class
Tailor and Cutter. Will be
pleased to have you call and be
convinced.
JOS. W. KOLLAUF,
10 E. Washington st., up stairs.
IEO'T L-NCS-1ES
FREeSeLINt OF
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
JUST REtEIVED AT
+ TUTTLE' S,
} 48 S. STATE ST
THE NEW SHIPMENT OF
Russet Shoes
,JACOBS & ALLMVAN.D
Washington Black. Ann Arbor.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
PROPRIE~TOR OF TiHE
Latest Improved Barber Sho~p
In the city. E. Washngton St., 1st door
east ec Main it. inn Arbor.
ICE CREAM, SODA WATER, FLOPS
and NOTOX, and all sommer hever-
ageo..ClIBng eet PIPES BELOWY
-'iOLLY & CO. , S. 5T ATS
IN-
I mi Bckts1
-Campbell at $.25.
Spalding at $5.25.
Seais Special at $4.00.
Slocuuri Tournameiit $4.Kl
Country Club at $3.31,
-Sweaters Going at Coss
WAHR'E
NIVERSITY BOOK STORE, STATE ST,

WOMAN'S LEAGUE. w
The Old and N~w Boards Have a s
Buny Meeting. t(
A joint mneetinlg of the old aindflew a;
(executlive tbolartds. of the Woililns
1,eagu1e, logetlier with, the( ladies ofb
thle advisorlyhoard, look place hr-Idya tersdneo r. Thtro-,
proident rof tile aitvisory board. s
A rteport of thei gyililaselil conmit-
lee was received detailiiigtile worka
(1011 for the $17000 necessary to reli-
hze the womians gymnaisiunm. This 1
euninlitlee coinsisted of Mirs. t arhari,
SMrs. Dlarkiy, irs. Angell, Dis.
lec Itee,:Silos Craine,Milos Soil-
dcirnoun anti hiss Barrett. Itso
work coinsisted in the tprepara-
tioni of a. circular wihich was
senlt to Ito miedical wom~en, t00lgislli-
lois' :wives, all alumunae whoseoid-r
ltresses could he verified, ta 51) woimein
eoigagedt in niewoliaper work, anti to
woe' cllllubeis. The rcspouses were
repurled small ini propbortioiu to tile
work doine. A well organized effort
is still being lladee in Detroit, Granod
Rlapids anti elsewhere. The treasur er<
had on hand Jtune 10, for paid stib-
seriptions $2,528.88. Subseriptions yet
unpatid raise this aimounlt to $3,739t.8
After the accepltancle of tis report
ways iiid means for eontinuinig lhe
ealivasoing were efeetively andit (011-
estly discussed. Trie young woloel
of the Ile aguie were pledgetd through
their boart represenitatives to raise
this money by their owni efforts, limo
asstumiing responsibility heretofore
thrown iitoii the stogle committee, If
each league immher could caime hack
ii: the fall with $25 railsed dturing the
stummier the gyillisiiiil wotuld be a
rea~lized certainlty.
With refereiie to the stigg ,stionIs
raked by hliss Laiie, of Detroit, archii-
tect of the wonans gyimniasiuml, it
was decided by the b~oard to recoml-
mnid 011 arrangement of the pmrlors
and commilittee rooms that wotild per-
mit their being thrown into onie large
roum for social purposes.
Thle program commnittee for next
yealr, presentedi a replort which was re-
ceived, discussed andu then adopited.
Five meetings have been planned to
take place duriiig the year, this being
'one nmore than iii preceding years,
throngh the iintroduction of a novel
social proposed for the week bofore
the holidays at Christmas.
Tile commnittees for meeting young

xeeatile University opens inext fail, 1-
;that they incltutde those: best fited
:o introduce- the miew womoen sttudenlts
into their University life in tile mo t
grecable nmannler.
The S. C. A. provide. twenty ileli-
hers to co-opserate with tile twenity
memthers on the lelogte comunoitlee.
-leretofore these bodies have acted
separately.
Sirs. LombltardI was appoints d as
comillitlee to secure temporary1
001115 for the league until tile; gyml-s
iasiiiii is ready.
A vote of thanilks to. tile retirling pres-
deiit was passed aiidS't-s. Prescott
vas elected a mnember of the advis-
ory hoard in place of Sirs. Mtarkley,
wilo will he absenit iin Europe. The'-
ugeeting was very successful in every
say andul the prooseets are brighlt foe
next year's work.
EASTERN ATHLETICS.
The Relations Between Harvard
and Yale Rather Strained.
The Yale-Harvard athletic sitatlion
at present is rallier peculir. Wlien-
Yale refused to arrange for the ainiual
Springfield football game next fall,
there was talk at Harvard of retlili-
ating by cancellinig this season's base-
hail gamues with Yale. Rtecently itar-
vardl ilade a iwo-year's agrecillent
withl Cornell for anintual contlests iii
feotball, lbasebaill aind rowing, anld
Yale is beginniing to ask herselif if this,
moeans that Harrvard is going to d~rops
hecr. Aniothier evirdence of tinl es-
tra-agelent comes ill in conniectionl
with tile recent challlenlge of Oxford
and Camlbridge for a track and fieltd
chialleiige mleets with tho approval of
Yale, and lie officials are ready to
accept it with certain changes. No
official ntterance has conie from Hiar-
vartd yet, buut It is believed that
tile Harvlard Crimison has stuted the
position that will be taken. The Criio-
son says tliat for Harvard to accept
stich a challenge aiid then ext-lode,
oilier Anmericaii universities, isarticu-
larly Pennisylvaniia, which stood atbove
Harvard this year, would not ho fair.
It sems doubtfuli therefore if tie con-
test will be arranged.
Presents at Commencement.
The authoriles of the University de-
sire to repeat the request nude last.
year that friends of the imeimbers of

u1GH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
An Even Hundred Graduates-Bunts
of Emerson and Darwin Pre-
sented to the School.
The thirty-sixthi anniual connmeuee-
inent exercises were, held at tile Highl
School yesterdaoy morning. Tile haill
wao crowded with frieinds of tie grad-
lates aiid on the platfurili sat the
chiool board, the teachers, and seven
memberI~s of thegraduatiing class who
iad bet-n apploinoted oiltile basis of
schiolarshiip to mliake the coinlce-
ient addresses. The orations given
wcre 010 the whole very good, those
of Missttose Alleni, Miss. Loella head
and Sir. F. E. Wright. heinugithe best.
Tihey were c-itar aid well p~res-lnted
and silowel careful prepalrlationl. Stiss
Ieads mlethlod of presenitinig tth(- sub-
jectf of costumles iii different cenituries
s-as very airtistic. Sios Allen dis-
goosed ini a witty way tile miodern
theory of germs, andth'St. Wright gave
a strong and dignified plea, for good
roads.
After tile orations the diplomas were
givenl. There were 1117 of thuese re-
eilved by juest 1t0 graduates-the
largest nmher wichl las ever grad-
uathetd froml the school.
A very d(Jightftul feature was added
to the tustletx(ercises in tue presenta-
tion to the school by tile Clo and
Arenat debatiing societies of two buists
by Sidlney H. Mlorse, of Darwin and
Emiersoin.Ste. F. A. Euuerick, of the
Ar-na, lpresentethllenl, aiidSMr. He-al,
president of the schuool board, reeeivedl
thleli in be half of thlat body. Superin-
tendeuut Perry then aidded a few. words
ill bhlf of the, tealellers, praisinug the
good work of the. societies, and again
thlankinlg them for the gift.
What They Think of Hall.
The Bachelor of Arts, in comni-at-
iing on the 'Western Intercollegiate A.
A. A. gamles, says:
ItHl, of the University of Michigan
leaved hiimiself a lucre by pulttiing theo
shot 44 ft. tj ill. Such an euntry would.
'have, damaged Yale at the Iuutercol-
legiate."-
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Fred Mtorley, formnerly instructor in
engineering aiid now professor of eii-
gineering at Purdue, is in town for

womsen conming here to take entrance the graduating classes will take such
exaiminations and helping them in any presents as they' desire to offer them
oilier way required, was reportA-d as to Room A, and not ho University
well organized and ready to promoote Hall. The classes will appoint persons.
the League's interests. to receive uch presents in Room A,
- pecial attenlion has been given to core for thiem and distribute them at
the welcomng committees acting the close ofthe exercises in the ball.

a short visit.
The tennis match between Messrs.
SMcIenzie and Jocelyn foe the ciam-.
pionship of the Univ-crsity will be
played next Tuesday afternoon.
The SlichigLaunWo manes Press asso-
elation has presented l.ile University
with a life. size portrait of SHrs. Lu-
cinda H. Stone, of Kalamazoo, Men.
Stone having done much in the inter-.
ecsts of women in the Ulniverslty.

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