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VOL. IX, No. 80.

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ANN ARBOR, RICH., MONDAY, JANUARY 16, 1899.

THREE CENTS

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

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Kellar'S
Tar Soap.
A good tar soap, at a moder-
ate price, has long been
sought after. Kellar's Trar
Soap just fills the bill. Heal-
ing, soothing, antiseptic,
and absolutely pure. 15c a
cake. 40c a box. $1.50 a
dozen.
WILDES' SIIHRIIly
On Dduda*d NiIth
During the rest of the college year we
willherve caches at oarl hos, dayao
sight. Fall liar of Pipss, Cigars, ad
Tobacco.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
Chamois
Vests.
When you don't wear your
Sweater you ought to wear
one of these vests. It is
cheaper than taking cold.
We sell the best ones at
$1.50 to $2.00 Some for
less.
GaIins' Pharma u.
EERHAPS IOU WILL NEED
S new Sweater or
Gymnasium Suit.
We have a large variety and at
Special Prices. We always
carry the best grade.
SPORTING GOODS
Of every description.
ANNARBOR
Up rown Dawn Town
State St. Opp. Court House
(lain St.

LELAND T. POWERS
On the S. L. A. Course at Unirer-
sit Hall This Eening.
The old favorite, Leland T. Pow-
ers, will appear as the third number
in the S. L. A. course at University
Hall this evening. Mr. Powers is too
well known to Ann Arbor audiences
to need any especial comment, this
being his fourth appearance on an
Ann Arbor platform in as many
years. Suffice it to say that each
year le is greeted by larger audi-
ences and adds more names to his
long list of admirers. He is always
in great demand all over the coun-
try and the S. L. A. is to be con-
gratulated on their good fortune in
being able to secure him to fill the
date left vacant by the illness of
Bishop Cheney. Mr. Powers is al-
ways glad to appear before an Ann
Arbor assemblage, as lie has always
suet with a hearty reception.
Mr. Powers is to appear in a play
"Katherine and Petruchio" which
he adapted from the "Tatlming of the
Shrew." It is said to be admirably
adapted to his remarkable versatility
in expression and imitation and well
fitted to meet the wide scope of his
genius in that direction. It is said
of Mr. Powers that when he was
young his ambition was to go on the
stage, but was not allowed to by his
father. In retaliation he said he
would then be a whole theatre him-
self and how well he has succeededl
is familiar to everybody. The play
lie will give tonight has met with
great success evrywhere he has
given it and it will certainly be a
rare treat to those hearing it tonight.
A Neiy Worh on Pompeii.
The Macmillan Company announce
the early publiation of Pompeii: Its
Life and Art, by August Mau. For
25 years Prof. Mau has spent spring
and summer at Pompeii, devoting
the winter months in Rome to work-
ing up the results of the summer's
investigations. His manuscript is in
German and the English translationi
as in charge of Prof. Kelsey, who has
undertaken to see the work through
the press. The volume contains
many illustrations from original
drawings and photographs. It is
divided into five parts-Public Places
and Buildings, The Houses, Tradet
and Occupations, The Tombs, and
Art and Culture of the Pompeians.
The '96 Memorial,
Probably but few around collegi
are aware that the literary class o
'96 left a memorial it the shape o
plaster casts i the shape of the Arc
of Trajan. They have eet pilot
aay in the basement of the malt
buildinig owing to there beitg ni
suitable place it which then couli
be set up. But the new addition t
the library has obviated this difficult
and the casts will be mounted thern
as soon as the addition is completed
There they will probably remain un
til the long-projected art building
an assured reality.
James Heggie, '97, of Joliet, Ill.
now with Parke, Davis & Co., oa
Detroit, spent Sunday in the cit:
with friends.

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Chicago Wins From Minnesota. The New Catalogue of the Art
In the debate between Minnesota Gallertl.
and Chicago, held in Kent Theater A new catalogue of the gallery of
at the University of Chicago Fri- art and archoeology compiled by the
day evening, the team from Chicago curator, Prof. M. L. D'Ooge, has
were victorious, winning by a small just come from the press. It is, in
margin. The teams were about the main, a revision of the preceding
evenly matched and were well pre- catalogue, but Part V, relating to
pared and a remarkably close debate the Lewis collection of paintings and
was the result. The Minnesota team sculpture is new. There are also
consisted of Messrs. McGinnis, Finch considerable additions in the part
and Jerome, a remarkably strong dealing with models of antique re-
trio and Chicago's team, Messrs. mains. From a examination of the
Mandeville, Clendenning and Jacobs, catalogue it appears that the actual
proved themselves finished debaters number of pieces, large and small,
by winning the contest. now belonging to the gallery, is about
This means that Michigan by de- 2,700. Apart from the Lewis col-
feating Northwestern and Chicago lection, there are 206 pieces of
by its victory Friday will come to- sculpture, about 40 specimens of
gether for the championship of the architectural ornament and antique
Central Debating League. Messrs. remains, 200 pictures, including
Simons, Sanger and Kingsley have paintings, engraving, lithographs
a hard task before them for Chicago's and photographs, and 1,789 gems and
team is unusually strong. But the medallions. Xhe Lewis collection
same thing may be said of our team comprises 167 pieces, of which 434
as those who saw the contest Friday are paintings, the remainder, marbles,
night can testify. bronzes and medallions. The follow-
It will be some timae yet before the ing paintings are distingushed by
final debate coies off. It is to be Prof. D'Ooge as specially worthy of
held in Chicago in Kent Theatre at attention: Bouguereau's The Twins,
the University. Schreyer's The Retreat, Unter-
berger's View of Castellatmare, Von
Another '99 Parti. Mmarcke's Pasture Grounds in the
The class of '99 is to have another Normandy, Benjamin Constant's
party similar to those given by that Courtyard in the Sultan's Palace,
class last year and which proved such Richter's Slave Girl of the Alham-
delightful affairs. It is to be in the bra, Jordan's Grace Before Meat,
form of a reception given by the Dusde's The P-witheon in Rome,
boys of the class to thegirls of '99. Cassanova's Preparing for the Bull
The date set is for next Saturday ing, Verboeckhoven's Good Friends,
evening, the affair to begin at 8 Mali's The Midday Rest, Valerio's
sharp. No written invitations are to A Montenegrin Chieftaiti, Masani's
be issued, but a general invitation is The Scissors-Grinder, Schenek's A
extended to every member of the Flock of Sheep in a Storm, Chle-
elass and all are urged to come by bowski's Turkish Prince, DeHaas's
all means. It is to take place in the Cattle Pasture in Holland, Szerner's
Women's Gym, where the former Georgian Solders Halting, and the
class functions were given. The picture representing the surrender
series given by the class last year of Lee.
were very enjoyable and it is proba-
ble that at least one more will be President Angell on Arbitration.
given this year. President Angell gave an address
The committee in charge of the at the Congregational church yester-
reception is: F. L. Brown, H. H. day morning, his subject being "Ar-
Corwin, G. F. Paul, C. F. Dell- bitration." He made a strong plea
bridge, Chas. Riegelman and A. H. in favor of arbitration as a means of
Keith. settling national differences. In

Minstrel Show.
A meeting of minstrel men was
held Saturday in Room C, Univer-
sity Hall aid an examination of
candidates made. The projectors of
the show say that they are surprised
at the quantity and quality of min-
strel talent it the University and
nothing unforseen happening, tIe
students of Ann Arbor will be fur-
nished with an evening or two of
rip-roaring fun replete with local
hits. Some of the best known men
in college have been signed for
prominent parts in the play. At
present Manager Hans refuses to
give out any detailed facts, but
promises a big surprise when the
time comies.
Unittj Club Lecture Course.
The next lecture number in the
Unity Club lecture course will be on
"The French Academy" by John R.
Effinger, Ph. D., on Monday even-
ing, Jan. 22, one week later than
originally announced.

every case it has been tried the de-
crees of the awarding board have
been acceded to with but one ex-
ception. In spite of the war with
Spain the general trend of nineteenth
century opinion is in favor of arbi-
tration. There are however some
cases whichw ill not admit of arbitra-
tion. In such, war is the only
remedy.
New Apparatus in Women's Gnm.
Some much-needed apparatus is
being placed in the women's gymna-
sium. Travelling rings and a pair
of swinging rings to be used by the
girls of the third year class, are in
the outfit. The gym is slowly get-
ting needed apparatus and it will not
be long before it will be provided
with complete apparatus, second none
of its kind in the country.
Stuart Edwin Knappen '98, an
editor of the DAILY for two years,
and last year a member of the In-
lander Board is reading law in Grand
Rapids, Mich.

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