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VOL. IX, No. 71.
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ANN ARfBOIR, MICH., MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1898.

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FINE WINTER SUITINGS.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST
STOCK
IN THE CITY.
108 E. WASHINGTON ST.

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W 1L#$+++ ......
IViolin,
Banjo,
godqalt.Prcsrght.
WILDER'S PHARMAOY
~336aaSouhtaSte
OwG lDau and NUlit
Duintg the reat of the cottage year we
wilt -sre uch ateat alt hattr. tay o
tttgttt. Ptull tiner atPipes, cigars, and
Toacnco.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
Christmas
Candies FOR HER,
Leava yaut cacrd andltee adessa
wittte ttated tw erlac ecueely
atnda ees.Sttetatey lte
madetaromttotate atCthiraga ta
saearess.rNa etra thtrgeafar
pachtttg at shippeng.Delicacy itt
the ctty free,
Galkins' rhdalllGU.
REMEMBER
YOUR FRIENDS.
With a U. of M. Sous-
venir Calendar for 1899,
Designed by Miss Lovelt.
The neatest and most
artistic Calendar of the
seasonc. PRt I C ; 50e.
Some Choice Books
and fancy booklets now
ready for your inspectione
at our two stores.
WAHR'5,
.ANN ARBOR
lip town Down Town
SZte St. Opp. Court How~e
lain St.

MEDICAL SOCIETY
Dcefinitelyj Organized at Saturdac's'
Meeting.
The suenects in the Meiical D-
partmenet held a geceral meeting;
Salturday afternoon anid definitelyt
organizedi a sociey to be known ast
the "University of Micigan Meical
Society." A costiution hlad beeci
prepared and was read and adopted.
It provides for a ceieticg to be held,
the secocnd Thursday in each month.
The president of ties society is to be
choose by the senior class f run amncg
their number, the vicepresidectawill
be a juccior, the seceeary a sopo.
cmore acidlie treasurer ct fresmnan.
There is to be a boaril of sevecn
directors, ocne frocm each class in the,
departmnct. Thle descn of tes de-t
arfiet will e a director, aoher
is to be chosen fromc the facily acd
a residecnt ealimnucs of Acn Arbor is
to be the third ecincstdect director.t
Secretary Heuber of flee medial
faculty was eleced as the faclty
directoir. '[le other efficers acdei-
rectitrs will be chiosenc by fle differ.
ect classes at their class cmeetings.
The object f the seciety is ten-ci
gecider ceore interest ini the deatrt.
nencttn the hart of flee alumnei, stic-
deicts atiepotestItsitntiniigeeeral.;
Letures till be given t the mtothlly;
meetcings by vatriots uhysicians steelit
is hoedtfheatmtetictl teeneefriomi tll
liver the slte atee elseawhere will lee
drawnectee Ante Arbor ath lerefev be-
coumee interestedin iithe tdeartmetci
acid ifs awork. Such ta result avucld
be of the utmtoest imptlortanece to flee
meedical schootl andeerlsetisrtve ito
briteg eeany stenets to that deatrt
ceeneteof fle University.
An Opinion About Michigans
Coaches.
Whlo twill be heesdlctcle of fle U.
of Mf. footballiemcnext fail? Sice
flee close ofe f o eotball setsee co
questioce les been cmore generlly (hs-
cussed than thii, stee it yet remaeits
to be fically ansewered. Th'ere cate
be ce0 oubeit thetfle cotice of ''Jim.e
ciy'' Baerd lice thatt rsponesible posi
filo unld lee mocst satisfactry call
sroundee, but fle claces for getting
hiue are cnot cocsirered very bright
by fleeciaagemnti. He was practi-
cally offered $1,000 for six weeks'
coachineg next fall. This is far mcore
than les ever beeci offered to a coach,
hut it is said that Baird would not
listen to if, for tics reasonc that Ie
cacnnot afford to leave isa present p.
sition for so long a tne.
He has a responsible position with
a large engineering cocmpany in New
York city with every prespect for
steady advanceenct iceils chosen
profession. Prtlier efforts will be
made to get blu, bet thre is small
hope of success,lie will be ice Ann
Arbor againe next fall for a aeek or
10 days, however, and that mtese
some.
''Duch" Ferbert, who has doce
wonders duricg his two years of
coaching in developicng green men
and establishing the Michigace systenm
of football playicig on a firmc basis,
'should be retained next year, but
notiing is more certaicn than that

"Back'"hall ewillnotie head cache
agaicn. It is ftse geceral opinion,
whliche is sharedl by ties playes as
ev-li as fle stuetlees, thatt Hall wavs
nt a get ucess as a ceach. It
wse veey evideent duritg ties whole,
ctisoi that lee was head cucleice
name ocly acnyway, for Perbert dii
tics work.
To be sure, he deserved credit for
doing some geood tic tieshie, but he
lad icc Heneninger acd Villa tene
capable assistacets, as awell as several
veteraces oce fleenhe. ' Pa" lien-,
cicger aouldlmaeke a -god macctee
worrk with Ferbert cext year, but lee
is alsoc located icn Detroit ic tics ec-
giceericeg busicess.
Several lave hicted ct an easernc
coachc iceace off-hand aay, ut sorb a,
mcove as flee iring cf ii plyer froem
ties east woruld meetefcwic a storm of
disapproval. Michigane has a systecm
if leer oevncewlich spoke for itself once
Marshall field Thanscksgivicg dey, acee
face seistics of graduatee coachicglave
firecly esslisbeed this systeme. Evece
"Jerry" AMacaey, flea Princetoci eean,
ewho coaeced Mchigantefor tao seen.
stens ancd awas perhasthie best ceache
theat les ever cmce ot cest, saw flee
stroncg poices of lieigac's slyic of
playineg, adopted thee, andteeook
themtebacck to lp cout his rod ftetee
tt Pricetone. Micheigaeniedoes nutfwanet
itt castercchexcept lee ctse f a
lst resoet.
'i'es fotllowaing exipressini tf op~in-
ien leoec oece o hluiste udIied M ~ichi-
gai's athete ishisftory very loely fer
yeers,tbrings otteat ce iecaehiche is
likely fte gaeinefavour. lit- sys:
"Michi ga llreadty less ciheeted
cececlileeKeee litzpaetrick. \Whei
yes get right dcitittfluen e soint
youe awill fed thatt Fitzpatrick wthtes
real lihed rf afairs this year. Let
eit e eerecignizedl to ialeead casch
next year; lave "eDutcih" e''Frbert
back in ties sites positiceelas15heeleldi
this year; ge-f Baid, Benninleger endc
mene lie Cunneeinghamee, Caey sed
Bienetet back as often as is potssile
durineg the ftll, aned tierstwill be iee
danecger ftat Micheiganee ail put out a
wceak teaete. This wiiilcitt cot ay
$2,300 like tiescocehitg teis fall die
eithcer, sen co esteree coteche aill be
ceeede."-Lef ot jsournal.
T'hes Delta Sigma Ne, a high
scool fraternity, gave its aceceual
bancquet Fridaty evenineg at Granger's
hall andda veryejoytebe imteswas
leac. The chaperones aers Mesdanmes
Travers, Milen, Harris acd Rleh-
ards. Ameong thos fromeeoutside ties
city aers this Misses Acgell and
Hosie, of Detroit; tics Misses Skin-
cis, of Mt. Csees; Mrs. Stewart,
of Pontiac; Miss Whiting, of Port
Huroci; Miss Greeniceg, of Bey City;
Miss Dwight, of .Evanstocn,Il.; Mr.
Jackson, of Prort Huroi; Mr. Barr,,
of Detroit; Messrs. Weidemeeanneacd'
McCornicek, of Menomiuee; acd Mr.
Broad, of Poctiac. Th'le Chequaue-
gancs furnished mtusic.
Thce Ann Arbor Railroad
will sell students' tickets
on Wednesday, Dec. 2 1st,
in addition to the other
dates previously announcedI

T13EsuoE ETh,
Sencor Lawa Committees.
'PTse fodhlocing commenittees have
bcee apptoitedi iy 1Pres. Egan ocf the
senior lace class: A rraeugeeiets-
WVeu. Kehe, Califtornia, cairman,
J. C. Ammeeermtan, Illineois, J. 'T. Can-
nales, Textas, M. B. Ley, Mlissouri,
Rt. E. Hyde, uIndiana; N~ashiecgtoc's
Birthday-S. Sacegcer, Ohi, chair-
umai, H. Nowell, British Columebia,
L~. L. Roindhecsonc, Icndiana, H. A. Pen-
toc, Ohio, acd R. N. Anderson, Ill-
inois Thiseclleteors ice tcsquiz
sections are requesteed to nmke their
reports to the cheaircmacn of this Wash-
icgtocn's Birthday codmumeitee before
vacation, acd are further requested
to prepare a list of this namces of all
those from wheocm they lave failed to
collect the class assessmcecnt. It is
thee edesire of thies couniteo get
thee mconey icc befoersvacation that
thesy maey he able to assure this chosen
speaker acd also to hiave necessary
feuds to beginc arranugemnts for
Washicngtonc's Birthday.
Christmas Number of Inander Good.
'liesInlaneder is ocut today and -'s
one tf thee meost vtaluabuhle nmbecers of
thee yeear. ''leaIeding artichle is by
P'rof. R. M. Wenley aced is etitled
"studlentfLife ice Scotlancd.'' 'Tiu
trtiche c-ders the subject very thor-
ceughy tende is enliveuedc by severalh of
thee proeufsor's est artices. Ine em-
pariceg Micheigeane withe teesf ties
Scotr-heunieversities, P'rof. Wecnley
cwrites: "Alehoucghi ties college 5spirit
runcs less hight thancieler, athlietics~
ceutse mucthe le saetsexeiteumetsud
inuetiret, hceb ieuctelm y uevoeteexclu-
civ-s attenttittei l l s leeanchotf teir
edhucatioenc whetheruthey lhappencefto be
ini gooduhaemtei standineg ir not.
Tic be lbrief, ta Scottish uiersity
never setees tuecay fete-incetncy a
muancwcho lessoncicl eameberdl withinu
thee uluagic waeli; hesdegmesexamue-
es ake sufieiset ce oh thies. Thee
lroeportionuu rf ucenu ahesgraduae.
finalely userd to Ie far smtale than it
i-c lerer." Dr. S. A. Jettes wites cn
"J'hoerau's Iprisonmcenut" Maca-
ger Baird reviews the footbal season
acid fliers is aluucusualliy goon ot of
stories steelverse.
The Regenci Contest.
Wooidruff, editor of ties Setiel,
furnishes souue iteresting fatsh bear.
mg on ties questionc ahether there
are any vacauciieee thee oard of
University regents for Messrs. Sut-
teen acid Judikins, electedh at thus re-
cent election, to fill. Mr. Woodruff
says that at ties timue of the famous
Roe-Deouglas figbt in thus University
the Ross factieoewas givenc a majority
on the board of regents by thus ap-
poinutmcent of a friecnd by the gover-.
nor. A. generual election was cose
at hand, aced if it aers possible to
let tt that time, thus Douglas po-
ple were cocfident that they could
elect their candidate. Tics question
was submitted to Judge (Coley and
ex-Gov. Pelch, who after carful
rouslderation of the case, advised the
Douglas men that ties governor's ap-
pointee was entited to serve out the
balance oh the unexpired term of
lilt predecessor.-Detri JoTurnael,
Dec. 13.

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