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VOL. IX, No. 115. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1899. THREE CENTS.
A COLONIAL POLICY ship. At present the colonies must Trach Captain's Adisorr Board.
__ILD O_remain under executive and military Thepersonsselected from the various
Adoocated bu Dean Hutchins Be- control until the situation can be classes to work up enthusiasm among
lore the Unitl Club Last Night. studied and a colonial policy deter- their classmates in regard to track
maill announce that we have nose Dean H. B. Hutchins last night mined. How could the ad'inistrĀ°- athletics, held a meeting yesterday.
addressed the Unity Club on the tion declare a polcy until it s The system which they adopted for
received our Spring and Summer subject "A New Era in American known? The proper course has been canvassingthe classes isvery practical.
S .taken and no declaration should be Each ebe of this comtte wil
Woolens. Our stock for the incom- Statesmanship." He stated that made until we know whether the mke oem eretiscommtee will
lug season is the largest we have ever though the United States has solve colonies are capable of self govern- hers of the class now trying for
shown, is exclusive and confined, in the problem of government at home
shwi xeuiea cnn ian bodou oko avnewsmen - . teams. 2. Those whom e can induce
both foreign and domestic goods, and still going on The American vic- That they will probably never be to come out. 3. Those who have
is composed of the best fabrics in a new era of fit for citizenship is generally con- ability but will not try for the team.
.i e g . e ceded. But our colonial administra- Th h bel to the third cl
every line that can be obtained. We statesmanship which will strengthen tion should be wise and free. For -e p a tooetd ass
carry the largest line of Woolens in and better us aid not debase us. we are morally and legally bound to cThe ollowing rogrmn o relay
the city. We invite you to call and the bounds of constitutionalywitand legislate in accordance with Repub- races has been decided upon. At
thep ouns of costiiolty and i can spirit. With the idea of estab- the Fresh Soph meet, March 11, the
inspect the saed up to tis time has displayed a wise lishing self government for the pe- preliminaries wiii be held: '02 Lit. vs.
and statesmanlike course. The Unit- pe as soon as they are fit for it. We '01 Lit '00 Lit. vs. '99 Lit., '01
W. . I ILD (CO ed States osesses sovreignty and must establish the most liberal, just, Law vs. '99 Law and 00 Law vs. '02
. . incident to it te right to take, old and beneficent government they are Medic. In the afternoon of the
and rule territory at will. The pow- capable of. We nust take this op- 'VarsitymeetMarcs18 the semi
108 E. Washington St , ers of congress must be found in the caa ut etu p Vriy me, rh18teei
r portuity to do good to oppressed finals and in the evening the final
ANN ARBOR. constitution, but that instrument and down trodden people. race will be run.
urust be flexible in interpretatior to race _______run.
~~-_ meet changing conditions. Anti-Saloon Leaque Agitation. Handball Doubles-Tournament b
We have the right to acquire terri- This society is now making a thor-
A llA *ett s tory. We have been doing so since ough canvass of the college. They
w the nation began. Congress has the hope that this year their petition will Entries from each department of
absolute right to make war and treat- be granted. Their desire for a five- the University will be received at
C hocolates ies, and the necessarily consequent mile law has been moderated into a the Gymnasium office. Games in
right of securing territory by con- three-mile limit. All who are inter- doubles will be ployed to choose best
quest or treaty. Territory can be ested and hope for the suppression of team in each department. These
added without restriction as to its the liquor traffic near the University teams in turn will compete to deter-
Fresh Today. use. Congress has full power to should sign the petition which is be- mine the winning department. The
govern and control acquired terri- iug circulated. A copy follows: two men entering as partners must
tory and until congress acts the presi- -To tie Senate and Hsuse sf Represer- be members of the same department
dent as civil and military representa- tatives of the 40th Legislature of the and indicate whether Lit., Medic.,
tive of the nation has that right. State of Michigan: Law, Dent., IPharric., or Homeop.
W'IU ll' R DRmKUY The important question is not the HONORED SIRs-You are hereby Prizes will be given to the -winning
source of this power but the manner respectfully petitioned, by the herein team of each department and also a
L h. of its exercise. The constitution named members of faculties, students "Grand Prize" to final winning team
SDd shoes not cover the territories but and friends of the following institu- of all departments. All entries
During the rest o ithe cortege year we only the states. The territories are tions of learning, to enact into law a closed March 18, 6 p. m.
wliiservFul ine HoftesatCigaus do subject to the absolute control of bill providing for the prohibition of W. C. CHASE, Manager.
nigh. Ful lne o Pips, igar,a
Tobacco. congress. The constitution was or- a saloon, or other place of business,
R. E. JOLLY & CO., dained by the people of the 13 colo- where intoxicating liquors are sold, Chicago Commons Scholarship.
308 So. State Street. nies for the 13 United States and or exposed for sale as a beverage A scholarship consisting of a three
such others as should subsequently within three miles of the University months residence in the Chicago
become parties to the compact. But of Michigan, Ann Arbor, the State Commons, and affording peculiar
this compact does not extend to those Normal School, Ypsilanti, Central opportunities for first hand study of
O pen who are not included in the union of Michigan Normal School, Mt. Pleas- sociological problems under Prof.
states. But the United States as a ant, Agricultural College, Lansmig, Graham Taylor, is offered by the
AFTER ALL sovereign may possess and control Albion College, Albion, Ahna Col- Students Christian Association for
territory not subject to the constitu- lege, Aha, Hope College, Holland, the rest of this semester. A com-
tion.Olivet College, Olivet, Hillsdale mittee of the faculty consisting of
Concerts "Tire costitutio was ot si- College, Hillsdale, and Ferris Insti- Profs. Adams and Taylor, and -Dr.
aNs dared as air eversting stmbrliu tute, Big ltapids. And for this Cooley have been asked to recom-
Lectures . block to tire itio nor s a restrig ise, just and humane protection ofkn o mend a student. Any applicants for
tion to growth and progress. We our college youth from the encroac- the scholarship which is open to men
FOR THE SALE OF have had placed on us problems we ment of the liquor traffic we willi and women of all departments of the
could not escape if we would.'' ever pray. University should consult this com-
Soda W ater These colonies are the fruits of con- Homeopathic Operations. mittee on or before Tuesday evening,
quest. But we have no reason to be Last week the practitioners' special March 7.
Calkins' Pharmacy alarmesd at tire cry that tie nations ~Ls re iehnrttuncs hcis aei7
CknsParay .. .aaidatteeyttth tons course was given at the Homeopathic No Northwestern Football Game.
To r selluoierialssisurroro Hospital. Most of the demonstra-
mW nrrercenary, und ified and unstates- remaindsr were from out of town Northwestern University, announces
For the Second semester manlike. To give them back to Among the out of town operators that no Michigan-Northwestern game
and Spain would be committing themiggar Ce d ll be played this year. Michigan
a . He trephined the skull of a had a option on Northwestern for
U ext OOI(S to us has come as a trust for humn- patient for epilepsy and also per the next game, which was to have
For all the departments. ity, and we should be brave, and formed five aparotomies. These been played at Ann Arbor, but both
SECOND-HAND BOOKS noble and honest enough to tlses tire cases made a total for him of 1,193 managers have agreed to let the
Bought and Exchanged. trust and bear it. There is but one laparotomies. game go over one year.
thing to do and that is to keep them
Best Linen Paper, 15, 20mand 25 peri- aind control them. We should shop Whist Club. Another Illusion From Nebraska
debating whether we will or will not The Whist Club will hold an im- The Chicago University is the only
take them for we have them. portant meeting this evening. Ar- large educational institution in the
We must take time to consider and rangemnents will be made for holding United States that has no college
ANN ARBOR develop a foreign colonial policy. a club tournament and all who in- colors.--Nebraskan. The last time
This question cannot be settled at tend to enter must be present. By we met Chicago maroon was irre-
Up lawn Down Town once. Their final settlement will be this tournament the University whist pressible during the forepart of the
Stt. S.pp. ain st a new era in American Statesman- championship will be decided. afternoon.ED.

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