VOL. IX, No. 100.
H G. H.WILD CO., H
E THE TAILORS E;
108 E. WASHINGTON ST.
T Have just received a largeT
Ain of Fancy Vetings for A
ISping and Summier.
L iect frei nedon. Please
call and see thea.
On rDdu addMiOh.
Daring the rset at the cellege year we
willserv ess etie at al teau,day at
ight. Fall ine o f Pipe, Cigas,ad
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
38 So. State Street.
. Witch Hazel.
The extract hat we sell at 25
cents a pint is te same qatlity
and trength as that which
ells at $1i0t a tpint in o tes
with yellow labels. Sate is
weak ad watery. Some ie
made with wood alehol. Our.
is the straight aricl-20e fr
a pint in your bttle.
dIKiIIS' Pnrhdwd U
Fr the Seondt Semester
Fr al the deparmets.
Bught and Echaged.
Best Lien Papser, 15, 20 ndt2ct tepertb.
ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1899.
Judges Selected ---Sletees o Con-
Mst of the arracngements for te
Penusylvanica debate wvhich is ti be
held icn Uneiversity Hlal oathie first
Friday of neset moncth, lave beene
conmpleted. The ocnly part rain
ing to be decided pas is to select
the presiding officer. The three
judges zgreed apiec by the tao Uni
versities hacve consented tee serve.
Judge WilliametWhite is oene of
the best known en aciniceNewc Yrk
State. He is a ditrict judge, ila
icoice is in Buffalio.
Hit. Edward It. OMalley also is
a citizen of buffalo, N. Y. lie is
quite laisous as an retor and many
of our students lave lad the pleasure
of hearineg 1im. At preseentle is
City Attrney at Biuffalo.
Hat. J. L. Griffiths is a very
praominenet man ice Indicna politic.
ie is a well known speaker andclat
present is a profesor ice the Indian
apolis Late Schoaol. Hisleomee is ice
Indianacpolis whlere lieles leld nunm-
ous meucicipal and state offices. At
thce ilast Repulitcanect steee cocvectin
Ie was defeated by oly a few votes
fromc being selected as the IRepublicane
candidate for governor.
At Penncsylvania muclh interest is
being showsn in tie deheate acd tey
are meakicng every effort tieneccorage
acid drill tiheir ea into winncicg
aple. Willilacm Draper Leeis, Decan
df the Pentesylvancia Lace Scholewtill
accatmpaney the team~c. All lace st-
leeds ice the United States are ac
jnicitted ceicIrof. Leeis is Ie is the
authtcr of works n Backestone anti
(Greenleaf acn Evidenece.
Sketches of tie Pececslvacia de
hcaters mcay be interesticng. The
leader of tihe debate: Roland Sletor
.Barnis, '99 L., prepared at Latreece-
vile Accademey, for Priecetn Uni
versity aned graduated there wetic the
degree of A. B. inc 1696. Ile tienc
ecitered tie Pensylvania Late Schooci
ceiere ie is ncowestudyinig. He tas
ac repcesetative of P'ennsylecania ice
the Cornecll debate of 187, buit did
tet debate last year. His homee is
Thce secocud enc: Williama Harvey
Allenc is a new debater at Penncsyl.
evaniae. He fied a felcohip at the
Ucniversity of JChicagoc last yearted
note holds the felloiccpc of Pliicl
Sceece at Peninsylvania.
'Te tihirdcin: Jacces Wihiteford
Rtiddle, Jr., 1900, C. is a gcduae of
tihe Cetral Hcgh Scocol of Philadel
pcla. He captaicneed his class debt-
ing teama last year, acd tak tie
Philo prize for tie best criginacl de-
bate. He is ace associate editor of
te Penncsyvniaananceeeditor ace
the Red acd Bue. He is one of the
vicee-presidlents of the Pecnsylvania
Ucnioncandchaimnc of tle cme-
nmittee oci Politics and Natioal
The altercnate, Thocmas Raeiburcn
Wihite comees from Richmonetd, Ind.,
aced is a graduate of Eariham College
'where he was a meccber of tie stalf
of thce college meontly, represented
thce college at the itercollegiate
tennis meet in '96, and was captain
of thce '95_'96 footlball teamccs. Sice
comccing to Penntsylvaniatelice tess won
prizes ie ic e hlettccnctests acid ascc
speaker at lice Cornelel debiate iccst
year. He is tttwtV editor of te
Americuan Lawe Jegister, a mthelyl
legal perioedical piublishcediiy lice
Pennsaylvaniae Late Depaertmcenet, aced
is alsoe presidiecntcithlie Penncsylvaiac
Michigan's Past Records in Inter-
InJonnecectiocn withe the Oratorieal
Conctests ap~proacinig, it ceciy he
interestineg to tote thce previous ccit-
tests. Of thce eighct ctests whlichi
cave beenceled sinece lice founinicg ci'
the iNorthcern Oratorical Leacgue.
Meicigate has sevecn victocries tee ler
credit actd Northwesternc one. Icctihe
cantest tehiclh Northwtesterne saten.
Micicigant okctihird pleece beicng
healecn also by Wisccoine. Ti cocre
teas very cloese, out oef a possible 600
pocintls Wisconesine lad 476 andec Michti-
In thce Ucniversity contests flee Late
aced Literary Depa~rtmencts leave eachc
weone four firsts acedtoter secondes. 'rie
ncamees of tice winncers withithteir
raninicgs ancd lice ranckincg iflice ttwo
diepartencts tar eachcyeaer are hcere
Lace Lit Gormliey.......
LwL aweee oberats .......
tc aw ee ong ......
Lit Laew Sadier,.....
Lawa Lca dlays ......
Lawa Lit Ingrsaihame...I
Lit Lit Amese .. .....
Lit Lit Simo s .a .....
Arrangements Nearig Completed btj
'fle arrancgemcents forlie exer
doses to ie heldl cit Wedinesdacy, Feb.
22, icc lie celeiratione of \Vashlig-
lac's Birthdeacy are nearly all cecm-
pleted scnd the eaceceittee prraisean c
Thei' Universicty ao seedecidedly
fortunecate lee secring so gifted ace
oraetoer asconet Ca. A. Townece to
deliver tice address, cas afairs at
'casinicgtoacccke it almocest impoessi-
ble tee secire te accavaeilcble
seakers fronttthentioael ciital.
Mre. Townte is ace ortor of nationecal
faie aenil ias spoekent actplitical,
litereary ancd lpatriotic octbjects icc cll
buet ice satets iinte CUnionc, cwtic a
degree of acceptaibility cof whichciche
ceccy tech feel proud. He is a coccm-
paratively youn cg cmcean, being bocrcice
1858. Educcated ice the commoenc
schooecls of Michigane le received the
tegree offth. B. at thee University
cn i861. lie tas thec lass eorator
thate year acncdiice1889 was chosen
Aiuitiilderatr, eiering anetaddress
ice Univerity flal onc "Onesun-
tired Years of Democecrecy.'' Mr.
Taweceteas admcitted tee tics tar in
1286, practicineg tiree years at Mar-
quette, Mici., cee year at Chicago
andce since that timce has beetlecated
at iDuiutih, Minne. He tas elected
to Concgress itt 1894, fromee t hii
concgressionalcc district of Minnecsoeta as
ac Releicalhnc, hsdo puladirity beicg
ttestedl iy cc plucrclityccf 1000cecnd
ac cmajority ecf cabout 3,500. On
Februrti-y , 1i96 h e cslivered a
sipeehe icnthee Ioueicof hRepresenta
tive, called "Silver Riesorctinc-
flee Duty of tiche eubieane Pary,"
weicimm encediatey gave himiccnatitnal
renownee eoatean eorator and public
speakier. His vietsocithie mcney
qucestionct cbieing iceacord i thiichis
party,lie tewithdte joining tics frces
of the Silver Repccbliane party of
weiiche ie is naetionecal chiairmcan. In
1896 and 192 lie wsa the fusion
candcidatce fior Cacgres ice iis old
district aned icesidte of thee ver-
twhelinig Repulethlecican jrity tas
defeated iy only 7 12 antd 463 votes
respcteively. Mr. Towncechat at.
waysa beetn atearmecfriencdl of ticsUni
verity and rececnly deiveredl a toast
at ithe WashingtonccAumncei banquet.
Ile feels honoredi by iis icvitatin
tee eauddress ihis ealmaetcmater and wil
ucdubtedly give us a great speech.
His subhjecttilite "Lest We Fr.
uet' aced Mr. 'Iotw-ecwtil take lie
clharacter acd teaccinicgs of Washinig-
tent as ct basis fr sorcte cnsideratin
of thee presentc rsis icetur cnational
career. M. 'rowewillteih he c guest
of DeeaIlHutchcinsodcuring bis visit in
the city. It ha ta be hoed that an
enthusiastic celcoecetill e tendecired
to our dithnguished aumcnus acd
guest acd that the student body will
co-oplerate twitic the cccmeittee in
'ciharge to reake the Washington
Birthday exercises a success.
'Varsity Reserves' fodotbal picture
will be taken Saturday at 2 p. in., at
Hetchier's. F. W. POTTER,
Notre Dame Indoor Meet.
A telegrainc tees received last nigict
frocm 'lrainecr Fitzpatrick sayiceg ticat
ice twouldi arrive here teocmorrowce after-
neoon. Ott lis arrival iceteill iccccce-
diateiy takhe chatrge cof thee trecki
teatn. It Ices bee decided lee send a
tceamc of 11 menc to te indooecr traeckh
meeet hceldi at Notre Damce, Mearch 11.
althoaugh thtic rack teecee torkha es
bee delayed ace accounct af ticscx-
ccccinatiatcs andi thee ahbsencee of TIraiteer
Fitzpaetrick, titers is still theeeeksc
heft focr active work, and Capt. Mcl-
Leac esepecialily desires tcthathailod
meen teill comecue dct foir reguchar pcre
tics. Mete are twanted far beetle the
quarter mnile aced tche scrdies.
Chciacgoe ande 'Wisconcsine ihave bathe
beecn haerdi eltrwirk prepaering foerlice
deect, btee thee facet thcat Trainter Fitz-
peatrick icas retturned teill putt test
vigor icnto the ence anced a teincditec
teamaecmay be iloetd tar.
Sousa's Band Coming.
Ucnder thee attspices ofethie Woan'se
Leaegue Sotusa's Batedteillceckes I
secocndc appeara-uce itt University
Hail Saturday evencing, April 2.
'iTis til afftord a gtood opportuneity
far thee lovers atfippular mausic to
hesar a fleescocncert.
'01 L. Baseball Men.
All cacndidates tfor tics 'Of' Law
baseball teacm are requested to meest
ice Rococ A, at 3i p. :n., Friday,
Feb. 17. C. G. FERnRaS, Magr.
Opp. Court Hlous.e