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VOL. VIII. No. 43.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1897.

FOUR PAGES.

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Has received a full line of,. ovelties
for Fall and Winter. in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings

TONIGHTS CONCERT.
Theodore Thomas' Orchestra in
University Hall.
The ('Iloal 11ii11series -vill O-iopfl
tcnight with a concert by the Cihicago
orchestra under Th''leodore Thomas.
Every effort has been mode to. make

10O. t08 E, WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN this first concer tia brilliant affair.
________________________________Tiheodore Thorn s h as this y ear the

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Alflegretti"S
Chocolates....
Fresh every week.
Only in packages-
60ce a pound.
*Lowney's if yen
prefer.
PALMER'S PHARMACY,
Jost Recelved a Large and Elegant
L±~o of 1New P1*peu I
Hot anod Celd Leeches at all hours.' Agents
for I5 ulr's sod Williamesod-.W rnera Co.'s
Chocolate Boy Boos.
R. Ea.joyL'Y & O.
308 South Stae eStreet.'
Mr. 1. 19Tol
Kilanad the Rhine
PRICES.: ,dai " 75 e.,7S
THOSE NOBBYSUITS!
MILWARD THE TAILOR,
,-STATE STREET.I
WAHR'S
Students should try, us before
,making any purchase. We are
bound to satisfy and <please. Our

'buest organization lie Ihas hast for,
msany seasons, anti in as mtich as tise
eciestra, is the only great permanenet
organization of time kind in tile coutry
-with tile exception alwvays of tile
Boston Symphony-no apoliogy 5eelll5
mnt'essary for offering tile patrons of
tite course a concert hy tis, one of
tile filst orchlestras illthe, world.
Herr 'L. Kralner 11a10 been elngaged as
cncert-molister. Tile following i3 tile
programi in full:
Symsphony in Illminor.,...Mozart
Sympanc su Suite-"Sch em razde" ..
.jtilusky-Korsako-w
From 'Thousand and One Nsiglhts."
Overture-"Flying Duthon....
.~Wagner
Theme and Vbtrations. quartette in
D minor........Schubert
Hungarian L4.naeea . B&rahmis
(Orchestration by Dvorak).
.Festival - tMarch and Hy~rnto Lih-
ery .:.........Hugo Kaun

Michigan Schoolmasters. .te
'P7he toety-Ililth semi-annual nieet-
intg of tile Michligan Schlool Master's
C'lub will take place in tis city, Nov.
26. ald 27. The sesillns will be de-
voted chiefly to tile discussion of set-
ertific instrutcion 1in 1Highl Schlools.
Anlorlg professors fromt othlerL over-
sities, Charles P. Borneo, Iprofessor of
cihemistry ill Wisconsint University will
give an address on "Observatiosal t-
ensce in the High School.' -Prof. .. 0
Reed, of Michigan, will read a paper
on "Whlat should tile study of phlysics
contribute to tile educatioll of tile high
school pupil?"
'Tie sessions will beheildll in Frie
'lemoraial Ha.l. The citib now sunI-
hers about 200 usembel-s, representin
nearly every hligil scihool and( college
in1 tile state.
Will Organize a Gun Club.
V'ery little bnsiness was trausacked
at last eveinig's meeting of tile ath-
Ictic board. It was-rdecided to co:n-
mtence the impsrovelnents in tRegents'
Field next Monday. All that paort of
tile fieltd between tile oval and the east
fence will he ploughled, sc-raped, and
levelled off.
Trhe organization of a gun club caume
up for conideration and wvas placed
in tile hands of ".tack" Atkinson.
The special trainl to tile Chicagxo
game will stop at Jackson, Kalanlazoc
afnd Niles.

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Prof. McLaughlin's Lecture.
The first of a series of lectures be-
fore the Good Governmnent Club was
delivered b' Prof. 'Aeiauglinu on
'Rsmhblslm'lst of a Spolls System ie
Jackesoti's Tulle,"-in.tile Ttappan Mall
lecture 10011 last evening. There was
Ifair attendance present itnt the lee-
ture s-as an excellent introduction to
the work of the club.
trof. MNcI aIgillil attemlpted to ac-
count for rile spoils system by acount-
Lug for Andrew Jackson and his elec-
ti0ll to tile presidency of. the United
States. He explained tile chsaracter-
istics of Ja('ksonl and the faceds tilat
tlaced thin ill office. ker-koon was cte
randitiate of "use iseople" a111( he was
elected to dirive tile "aristocrats" fl-n
office. That ilime tlttely 1551is ill-
angmratio tilhe people who hod elected
11111 should demand tile spsails wvas but
Ilatural, and tile renio~ai1 of the old
office 1101de-s was as nattural as tile,
election of Jackson imself. Tile lec-
ture was -a very interesting one andd at
its close tile speaker wvas generously
t-ppltuded.
vT le other lectiles to be delivered be-
foire the club tis u-itter aire as fol-
leows:
"Slumns, Thleir Cause tend Cute," by
GX. W.-Gray, superintendent of the For-
wvard -Miovement in tile slurns at Ch~i-
esogo.
"Street RItIovays in TilenR le-
Itition to City Government," by Sidney
C. Eastman, chairman oft' he Muni-
cipal 'Civic Federaios Cainittt'e, or
Chicago.
" AMakiisg tile'World Better," by W.
N. Ferris, principal 0111 founder of r'ie
Ftarris tndustriil School of Big Rapi~ds,
i ei.
Coatucus lReforms," by llt. M. la-
F+oliette, ex-congr'essmlanl from Wisconl-
$ill.0
The(latsw0111be anounl~mced 1In5a
short time.

A Mechanical Announcer.
Tile Jeffersonian Society has thirty- Int ordter tat tlite spectators at tile
twvo emntries for their prelisi narit's for MK-hligazu-0Ciiago gamle ''llanksgiving
the ,Chicago debate. The ireliina"- cday lllay ho kept imi closer toucb Willi
leotil b hed Sttidaynlgmt mmdtime playing theimamagenent itas pao-
ncxt -Monday night. vided a -meciamilcaI contrivance with
Til fololui ae tle mamesoftilsea. large dial on wiich u-ill be recorded
entered' for, Saturday neight with the ulticm side has lihe ball, I mc nummobker
slde thmey inm ve dm0501: :Affirmative, of downzs, the nunmber of yardo to gainm
Mfessrs. Parkem', Scahait. North,, titi, and hloe' the boall is lost.when it
Btailey, Stringem', OIodes andc Nortti; cianges hando. Tile applaratus is time
negative, Messrs. Hanson,. McDonald, irvention of an easterner and has bees
laggard, Shsennalian, Dillon, Oxtoby,usdutlgetucssmmevalo
Lara mour and H-amnlton. thse late easterlt games..
For -Monday night the debaters are: _____
Affirmmative, Mlessrs. Wetherbee, Sang- Will Join the National League.
er, Tuck, Hlaskims, Ziummer, Ilea, Lacy
and Church; negative, Messrs. Cio'sr-- A simort busineso nmeetig was hield
necis, Cloud, Dandridge, Hclek, Land, by" the Good Govermmnt Clublr after
Brow'm, Huff and Lanibert. tlse lecture- by Prof. McjLughlin last
- . ight, It was voted to tave-the club
Webster Society-.;;- - hes-ome a meniber of the Ntatiommal
- -,. - . - - fnnelcpal League. Although the climb
the prorami of "the' Webster ,Society s not a mnember of tile National Civil
for tomnorrow night is as follows: fl-m-trine f,eaguie it wtes deecded to ac-
sic, Mr. Scott; reading, R. l eaverlt4. t heit8 evtin of tie leagume to
say, J. C. Tayior; oration., iR. A. Smith; $ pnd rebpretentatives to tlilenext an-
impromiptus, S. L. Tatum, W. 0. Lee, efual convpmsl~ion to be held 4at'Ctncim-
J. Adanso; debate, "Resolved,'.That the yns otmi
standard of admission to the law de-
partment should be raisedl," alirma- A"Rare Collection.,
tive,. R. Ltawler and R. Mitchell, netga----
tive, G1. B. Gould and C. E, Theotbald; Tia U niv-emsitSr of Penmlisyle amia
speech, W1. A,. Seegmalier; 'music, Dana iveseuln lis re(celtly been enriched by
Tosses. a collection of antique tigiding ap-
paratna Tilet CollectionL consists of
K eteda' Pratie. candlesticks, lamps, hlmnterns, ,)tinder
boxes, matchses -aid fire producing il-
'rs'ty praclice was 'ecret again p. ratna o evemy descrip'iom. 'lie~
yeterday. "Pa" Henniger an Mal- l t~rsting atidles arelproimab1y secozr
ley will be ohre Thursday or Fridsy in valueonly to 1he colle,,tiomm in tme
( assist in time aching. mti anal imurnu at Washin gtan.

Tickets on Sale.
All u-io intend going to tile Mimi
g~xa''licago ganme are earnestly re-
qunested to procure the optiontil tickers
thtr me omn sale at iSeehan's, Goal-
yetmr's or with any itlelnber of thle
atiiletic bo.ard. 'lhese'a.st $2', amid ap-
ply on time'rai. lroadixctrsioai. ticket.
'Two ihundredt must guiarantee to go or
the special rTate of $5 canmnot be se-
tClled. -Train uwill leave as P "a'cia-k
a. in. 'Weuesday.
At a meeting of tile 'M'tI la iterisc
yesterdiay 'tilt'followingf class itic rs,
wveret elected: President, HI. C. Hesrit,
Jarkson; vice-lresident, G. .Ltogers,
New' York; scretary, lx m-ge Eckles,
Petoskey; treasurer, L. 0. Ctushimng,
Dextem'.

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Thise iIosophlical Society Zillsfilially
icitiod to iiold its next Ineeting dtin
Friday, Nv10l, imnslead Iof ttatnrda<y,
as was previomesly ainnonce d. A papaer
wHillhe lead by Mm'. XV. M. Wherry, on
tile ",Evidence of.ta Design in Na.-ure."
Tickets for Chicago game
on sale at 1 heehan's at 1 p. m.
today.

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