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VOL. V. No. 186.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 25,:18915.

SIX PAGES-3 CENT.

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EE OUR WINDOW 1. OUR EQUIPOISE IN LIFE.
V V ~PROBLEM OF MAINTAINING IT
"T'HERE MAY BE DISCUSSED BY DR. ANGELL.
SOMDETHIN{G Annual Bacclaureate Address by
II IT." the President in University Hell
________-Sunday Night-The Hall Filled
With Seniors and Their Friends.
oil " 1 University Hall was filed Sunlday
51 South Main st. night withiniore than 701) miimbers
ofthill gradutaing classes and 'heir
FASHIONABLETAILORING frielids, who had conic to listen, tO
'Elegant Graduating or light Suit P'resideint Angelt. Thie et'tcisc' of
mnade from Imported or Finest tliiieveing wI reAoeei yii tgi
flo0eS~tjo + Woolen$ voluntary played by Prof. Staniley aiid
for $22.00 and up, Full Dress Suit selections by the Chorail l'pion. Prof.
$27.00, work made at home bears + bYoe' then readt from Elshesills i1:4
inspection by any High Class
Trailor antI Cutter. Will be and offered pra~yer.
pleased to have y.,u call and be P'resideiit Angell's address was onl
conviiced."Tlee Problem of Equipoise ill Life."
JOS. W. KOLLAUF, Ilie said in part:
10 E. Washington st., up stairs. "Ehvery luau may bo considered iii
two aispeets, as iniinidividual anid as
1-1 T IT'U'ITOT. ES a miieiuber of society. As an individ-
FREeSe LINEofOruiallie is direetly reoponsoible to (God for
LJOWNEYS CHOCOLATES his coinduct, amid aecordinig to its light
JUST RiEtEIVED AT for his opinions amid beliefs. As a.
+TUTTLE'S, ~einiber of society lie has duties to
t48 S. STATE ST others, and his -opinionisiseliefs, and
eoiidmict are in a grcater or less degree
T= 'F shaped by others. Between the

cannot wisely beconie reeluses. Youiig
graduates of scholarly ;tastes often
matke a mistake in tis regard under
thie iiipression that they must shuth
thiemselves in fromlltles world until
they liave iiaesmiuci larger aii-:l
tions. This impulse15 sometimes springs
froiu genuine modesty. But there is
danger that this seelusioii become a
habit, curl escape, froii it in matirer
years beeoiie impratlieable. It is
best f or you, as well as for your fel'
lows, that you at oiiee throw, yourself
i t the eomumoii life of men, eontrtb-
ole' youmr share to lie eomiiion stock
of iteletuial and~ moral aetivity aiiii
dtraw from soeiety the 1help0whtici it is
reatdy to give you.
"Be not carried away by the fash-
iomis aiid fadts of the' hour. Be notill-
prisonied within the wsails of whatever
association you hiay *belomig to. Do
rcit sit icily down. suetflatter your-
selves that you and yourt gen'rattn
ame to be easily floatedl ilts enduring
properity by any of your iligelious
dtevices of le gislaition or' social reoil-
struetioii: Search for the truth as for
hidden treasure. Riedeemn tiletune
with faithful 'toil day by .lay. With
utiseltishi real for the ,good iof iltilhilid
share tihe truth you tieid with 'stheris.
acc'ordinig to the meiasue' of your ailt-

LAWS OWNED YESTERDAY,
CLASS DAY EXERCISES OF THE
COMING LL. B's.
President's Address. E. M. Walsh;
Class History, J. W. Ferrier; Poem.
S. G. Baker; Prophecy. J. W. Day..
ton; Valedictory, P. G. Burnham.
.The exercises of the senior law
class we re held at tniversiiy Hall
yesterday forenooii. It was rather an
inlappiropriate hiour for much of 'ii
att('ndaliee.tie haltbeing only liar-
tially tilled. Eaceh attendant wvas
giveli a tast-2fully pinted progratm,
wh'lichi outlimied the followviiig exercises;
lSri etioli .. .. Clieiualieg;oniOrc'lie ave
Address by tPresideit.... E. 2M. Walsh
Class History.....on W'. I+'erri
C'lass P'rolphcy ..(leorge W. tDaytln
Selection . .. . Cliequaiiegoii Itrbe ,stiat
Class Poeii....Saniforid (t. Baker
Vailedictory .i ilo G'. Buriiham
Selec tion . .. . Cieoiuamiegoii Orchestra
Mr. Walsh in his address gave a
partial history of the class, besides
mnakingaii effort to ilupress uo-n
the niembiers the serioiisiiess of the
active( work into whieh they w,,re'
abcout toc cnter. All of the claiss of
'9t5i caiiiot expect to become faimous
bult echclhlas a illy to performi.Ill

THDE NEW SHIPMENT OF
R usset Shoes
-AT--
"JAC O BS & ALLMAND
Washisgton Mlock, Ann uArbor.
ED. A. CADIEUX.
PROPRIETOR 0O' THE
Latest Improved Barber Shop
Is the city. E. Wasinsgtonsts., ist door
east of Male it. Anii Arbor.
ICE CREAM,. SODA WATER, FLOPS
ad IOTOX. fsad allsmere hver-
ag-es. Cloing oat' PIPES BFtLOWV
JOLLY &CO.,G'TO SATE
TenisCAI~cTS

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pontnsof his own mind oii the ' mnatter hiowv humtiienmayice' his sta'
h g ~ity to apprehii'iiil tiii' anh to iiuse'
one' hiansciand a Itedicy within hii t o il aeioetinth ttps oen it lifc'. Thle ige' d meuis met
to coinformi somewhat to the customis acastiavexsiicti: ieill
cit Him who was the waly miii 'le life,ths wiiig1iofatfuywa.
eindi ideas of those laroundicthim, . toe Ii,'t ofitfly ht
because tie wais tire. truth,"
iiisds hiiiiself the subject of an almiost ____________ ever iuely teveolve' up~oni iiihesitions
'onitinuoums coniltict. If his comisciemice SENIOR PROMENADE. which they occupy.
is psowerful and his socilimpuillsi. Ninety-Five Entertained Its Friends In thit history, which was assigieci1
strong, thits conflict. is ofteniseioms, it Last Night. toe. 1. IV.te'mrie r, theiiiembers of iih'
Cimes s~lmost tragic. It is a battle' class ve're given a review of the two
from wich n earnst natre ca ever The' seconietamnmnmal promienadte of the yer'cus hc mrcd h c
frompe literairno classstiiasttteld loitthear eurewihebae h
escape. It begins iii cihilhiood iid 'teoiemralassna doi ie otupiisinemts iii oratory, iteracy co-
comtincies till cieathi. Thiire ore tess'amtula lst 111is ir it visltte'nts inch athiletics icy thoseoshisoscere
grao'er problems iti life thou thits otf ti otllisfitet.iralScI iitbout to third thieir ciegrees from this
hecismigth isoiereciilootc s 'ooceilafter 10 the' froiit salkis of time ehlrml'i.'u'cashs oe i
fidelity to shies better self imid thieit sre roetc sth eior i miatlhionior in debae', hesie's hasviug
cs hurt gosins, tooo'mepeophe andci os-
fraternial, genital, .hieful rlitiomi to i furnishiedtgoodt sinuto the oarious
ethem'"tcrs froiiiouit of tcowmi. 'Cte oaltks hrs"athletic' tr=ains.
'Thie' iresiuiemitcommuemteci uplonitie' u'ti'eiie ses hi'o iecii- The' class propche'sytby George W.
raidicitincrease of societires, socialiri'rioous-werr' stritmg osith Chinehse lmn- Daytont, occuiuedle-onsidemable timue,
ligious amid othserwis'e'imidttheir hm mhr reotth ilit o ten-rndosas thiorotughly ejoye d icyall
tetucytoIcco'ethechc'feelimig of ituiivi-ilai lttofo st~ hl oe'e ~ rtthe' claess: Itotas mist possiblheto
etreth iind'htepe'nienc'immictsturdy self-i'- tttSui' iit itisctai ouchiupotheeli'fituii'retfevery mie'ii.-
hiil iec r''trc i c s'Ctt hue frlaternlity hiccise'salonelg Staite' o.hehhteoie'scck'harsbr
lianc. Heel: recaed te pr'sen tel- 'crs also igloos' oith Chinmise l btii- teorce pk cer hr
deciiy toosarit sociealismi, sayinig thliaC i n ovas muenmiomiesansuinhmiiost
torns. isie ovas fur1iisie l by tiii
thicre' is no wvay for mlen to mut e timi eases the ecominig daly huts munch in
hiotest livimng bitt to oworkr for it amid (h maleoioeieta ohii v steore for lie average 'I5 lasv.
that Utphn scemeies of salegoiaslatiorinn roitci Eit I. t 1. ILoctg,im his ortionitheated
leilto versity hail, It osas a repectitiomi if ht'k«.Pltc.
cannomit alter this fact. In concltusion "This Scholar iiitn Hco" ie said
tie sid: irmeai rhr'o ouurc'n'i the schiolair wa~smist a hiookt ooron,
"Thes practical question to oohich I woeeki so susccessfullhy introdchiede by '94 tiut alroanli of ieteas, a maiiioolt
ovish to call your attemtion is, hoot last tune. suffiec'iet sagacity timd used it' success-
shall edutcatedimuon and wvomen like Prof. G. IH. PCinhter andicifeit, cef fixlly in the gr'ett lchortchhuiies. pro-
you, ovho are about to cuter on active Chicago imiliversily, overe guiesco at semted ini this political arena~. 'The
life, maintalin your equipoise, do your Ptresident Angel's house over Sumtety. chose' of hitsorationi sas greetedwo-its
wvhiole dty to society and yet psreserve Miss Kittie I' alerbmmry, of Kiaa~i.m liberal applausec. Mr. Fong is a torch'
your ooon persooshtyt zoo, is the guest (lurimig tolitmel-ce- his, spoater and hold hits hearers'
"You must work in society. TYouinmept of Mliss Jemimihe Coma, '95. (Comtinned..on Second Page.)

'Campbell at $5.21.
Spalding at $5.25.
Sears Special at $4.00.
Slocan Tournanment $4.35.
Country Club at $3.35.
.Sweaters Going at Cost
,UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE, STATE ST.f

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