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VOL. IX, No. 63. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1898. THREE CENTS.

w T I ii. IiD DICKINSON WILL SPEAK.

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We havea complete assortment and a
good quality. Prices right.
WILDER'S PHARMACY
336 South State Street..
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During the rest of the college year we
will serve lunches at all hours, day or
night. Full line of Pipes, Cigars, and
Tohacco.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.

Will Lecture Beorethe Good Gooern.
ment Club on International Arbi-
tration.
As a result of the correspondence
which the Good Government Club
have been carrying on for the past
few weeks, Hon. Don M. Dickinson
of Detroit will fill the sixth number
on the Good ' Government Club
lecture course having consented to
speak on "International Arbitration."
Some correspondence took place
with Hon. Theodore Roosevelt of
New York with the hopes that he
might possibly consent to come to
Ann Arbor. A recent letter from
him, however, stated positively that
it would be impossible for him to
come owing to his great pressure of
work. The club then extended their
invitation to Mr. Dickinson with the
above result.
The executive board of the club
are congratulating themselves on their
success in securing Mr. Dickinson as
he is undoubtedly as well informed
concerning the present status of
International Arbitration as any man
in America. He was appointed by
President Cleveland Chief Counsel
for the United States in the settle-
ment of the Behring sea claims which
was consummated last year. He was
also a member of the American dele.
gation which recently met at Ottawa
to settle several points in dispute be-
tween Canada and the United States.
The date of the lecture has not yet
been definitely announced but it will
probably be given either before or
directly after the Christmas vacation.
junior Laes Break Loose.
The 1900 law class has prided itself
up to date on the serenity of its course.
In fact every member of the class had
such a brotherly feeling for each
other that only one class ticket was
put in the field this fall and unani-
mously elected. But the brother-
hood was broken up yesterday and
henceforth everybody intends to de-
mand his rights. The bone of con-
tention which caused the muss was
the question of who was to pay for
the $4 class sweaters that the foot-
ball team are wearing. Chas. Croth
ers, of California, who is athletic
manager of the class decided that
the team deserved the sweater and
ordered them, but he forgot to get
the required 0. K. to his bill by the
president and secretary of the class.
Now the latter refuse to O. K. the
bill, the team has the sweaters and
the class convened for trouble. For
two hours the wrangle continued,
waxing extremely warm at times.
The class ended the matter by voting
that Mr. Crothers be sustained in his
action, so that ths team may continue
to wear '00 L. sweaters without pay.
iug for them.
Pres. Webster will appoint a com-
mittee of five to represent the class
in the Washington Birthday celebra-
tion committee.
The Athletic Dance Friday
night will begin promptly at 8
o'clock.

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ATHLETIC REFORM. 'VARSITY M'S.
, Regulations for College Ath- Seenteen Men Will Receie Sweat-
tics Will Probably Adopted in era.
e East. The 'Varsity M sweaters have been
sub-committee, appointed at a ordered and will be distributed as
ference of representatives of the soon as they arrive. They will be
ing colleges and universities, given to those who played a full half
ch took place last spring, for the in any one of the three games, North-
ideration of the question of in- western, Illinois and Chicago, and to
ollegiate athletics, recently held the student manager.
eeting at Columbia University This list of players was taken from
framed a report which will be a record kept by Captain Bennet and
nitted to the entire committee at in case any mistake has been made
ext meeting. the management will be pleased to
he exact wording of the report rectify it upon the proper showing.
not be made public until it has The list includes the following names:
acted upon by the full com Cunningham, Caley, France, Baker,
ee, but it aims to settle such White, Avery, Steckle, Bennett,
tions as the eligibility of candi- Snow, Street, Talcott, Weeks, Mc-
s for college teams and to make Donald, McLean, Barabe, Widman
orm, as far as possible, the prac- and H. B. Potter. In addition to
seasons in the various conferring these a sweater will be given to Wood
tutions. The committee is coat- as a reward for the sacrifice he made
d of men who are thoroughly ac- for the team, coupled with the fact
nted with the wishes of the that in the opinion of coaches he
ents they represent and the sug- would have made the team had he
ions offered are believed to be of been able to play all season.
ry practical nature. These players will receive caps
he committee is made up as fol- with 'Varsity football monograms, as
Prof. Monroe of Brown, chair- will also those men who played in
Prof, Fine of Princeton, Prof. any part of the Northwestern, Illi-
lis of Harvard, Prof. Patterson of nois or Chicago games. Thus in ad-
University of Pennsylvania, dition to the names listed above, caps
. Wheeler of Cornell, and Prof. will be given to Brown, Allen,
up of Columbia. Kramer, Teetzel, Hicks and Whit-
comb.
_RTICULTURISTS THROUGH. Sweaters with the "Reserve R"
. twill be given to Brown, Oversmith,
ed Their Concention With Inter. Allen, Kramer, Larsont, Howell, Day,
esting Sessons Yesterday. Hicks, Ganshow, Richardson, Mohr,
he State Horticultural Society Blencoe,Hannon,Teetzel, Whitcomb,
h has been holding important Baldwin, Vernon and F. Potter.
interesting mneetings this week
ed its sessions yesterday. The - Athletic Dance Tonight.
anug meeting was opened by a Tonight in the gymnasium will
er by the newly elected President occur the reception and dance to be
[. Monroe of South Haven on given in honor of the victorious
e needed reforms in the fruit 'Varsity eleven. From the advance
. R. D. Graham of Grand sale of tickets it looks as if half the
ids spoke on "The Peach Out- college would be there and the affair
Roland Morrill of Benton promises to be very successful. It is
bor the retiring president spoke the first time in the history of the
he "Future of Michigan Apples." University that anything in the na-
H. Pollock, of the University, ture of a social reception has been
ed the morning program with a accorded an athletic team. The re-
er on "The Ripening of Fruits." ception tonight, however, will be
t yerterday afternoon's session following a precedent laid down in
Michigan forestry movement was other colleges where the banquet to
mssed from various points of view. the football team is an annual feat-
following papers were read by ure. The reception will begin
tlemen connected with the differ- promptly at 8 o'clock. The music
interests represented: "What Can will be furnished by the 'Varsity
University Do in Promoting For- band a program of 25 dances will be
y," by Regent Henry S. Dean, gone through. The gallery will be
he University; "What Can the open to spectators and a small admis-
mal School Do," by Prof. E. A. sion fee will be charged.
ng; "What Can the Agricul- The committees in charge of the
i College Do?" by F. E. Skeels; dance are: Arrongements-Day,
re the Sportsmen Willing to chairman; Riegelman, Chace and
ist?" by Hon. S. B. Daboll; "Will Verdier. Reception-Bennett, chair-
Fish Commission Help?" by Supt. man; Adams, Potter and Grosbeck.
mour Bower.
Another Reception. Judge Grant to Speak Sunda.
Judge C. B. Grant of the Michi-
)e men of the class of '99, will gan Supreme Court will give a leo
t this afternoon in Room 9, Uni- ture in Newberry Hall on Sunday
sity Hall, at 4:15 o'clock. The evening at 7:30 on the subject "The
ct purpose of this meeting is not Student and the Law." All young
erally known. It is said however men are especially invited.
in good authority that the meeting
o consider plans for a reception to There will be a meeting of the
given to the victorious '99 foot- sophomore class tonight at 4 p. n.,
[team. in Room C.

A Kodak for
Christmas

Wchy not? The numheerwheone Gem-
eas isgetning greeter every year.
tKodakda ore ot soexpensive as they
osed to he-5for a fine one. Veey
good ones as low as o5 and even less.
We have a l ttle book that describes
them, It's tree.
Galins, rharmdl.
Remember Your
With a U. of M. Sou-
venir Calendar for 1899,
Designed by Miss Lovell.
The neatest and most
artistic Calendar of the
season. PRICE 50c.
Some Choice Books
and fancy booklets now
ready for your inspection
at our two stores.
WAH R5
ANN ARBOR
Up rown Dawn Town
State St Opp. coureHoe
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