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December 06, 1897 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1897-12-06

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Has'received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
Al legretti's
Fresh every week.
Only in package-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if you
Friday, Dec. 10, '97
Guy Bros',
} Prices, ....25c, 50c and 75c.
Vl I/I1 040h1V1/I/1
Jast Received a, Large and Elegant
Lin.e of New Pipes I
Hot and Celd Lunches at aii hears. Agents
far Hayter's and Williams and Werners Ca.'s
RZ. B. oatJon Bogns.TWlLy & CO
5O8Ssatia State Street.

Anti-Knocker Club's Smoker
Great Success.


In response to the invitation of the
Anti-Knoclnr (lob, abo)ut four hium-
te'ed shtuts turne out on iai urday
night gat .the Armory to show loyalty
to otuier atnut nes-ter on tS .illletiC
tesnums. The nieeting wao ra thee j0in
formal and book the form of a sinker.
' :Ittdlst 'rings of curling blue various
trpice of paissiug interest were li -
Cusoed in °the reception roomsg until
about half-past eiglnt, when the dlooro
of the drill iroom were th1rown1 opern
anod flitassembly took fo.
The guests of the club %vere teated
at lcong tables, laden with the "Datch
Lunch" wihcmemmn for consider-.
-ation later in the evening.
G'enial "Pat" Rteilly called the iteet-
i-ng to order, stating tse object of the
cluh and the gathering. lerofessoir.s
McLaughlin end Kntowlton :tpoke atf
some lengtth on the duties of ttu-
dents and the necessity of exhibiting
loyalty uneder all canitiions to te
athletic teams, coache a-lid m'trier;
beft made mearne-t pleas for a Itron0g,
healthy, united college spirit.
After brief °remrzarks sy ox-Capt.
ttogg and Capt. Bennett, of '1l'ste
the following telegrams were read by
Motiusger Hughes:
Chicago, fIl, Dec. 4, 997.
Count me in on the "Anti-Knocker"
Club. W. C. M1ALItE.Y.
Colunmbus, Ohio, Dec. 4, '97.
Nothing can heat Michigan next
year- Congraitations to 1Bennett.
Ionia, Michm., Dec. 4, '17.
Wsh I were with you. Sucecess to
the Club. G. H. .FOREIIET.
At Ithis junkcture the niceting pro-
ceetded to business, which was to dis-
toose of the "Dixtch Lutich." gonugs
by -the Glee Club, solos and speciales

.Society Preliminaries.
The Jeffersonian, Aloha No aid
Adelphi literatryisocieties helm ;pre-
liiinas-ies for te Ciinago debate "Sai-
nt-day 'night. The strostgbst of tihe
contests hseld so far was te fdual d-
Irate of the .Jeffetrsstian Society wii-t
wais hell ini the tiny 1e-turerosin.
Messrs. C. Sanger, S. C. il-iskins:, A.
J1. Laciy, J. P. Bailey, B. F. Dtllont,.
1t. St'ha ctet and L. 1Sltaimnualsoi, tlm
iteots of 'the two former .lersni-
7ion grel iiniiarirs, were (tie con test-
atts. Professors tRngle aitd Lanie anid
Judge Kinno acted an ;jtdges, and
their decisioin gave 1t1( three winsliug;
places to A. J. tacy, L. Shaninaihot
itid B. F. Dillon. The-se three n-ill
'represent their society in the Webster-
Jt-ffensontastn debate to he held Deco s-
be ° 1).
There were ten contestants in (hl
Alsht Nu pr-li isititry, anti the ct:i -utt
was 'a very close ote. 'Dhsc winners
n-ore Messrs. NV. Sairiger, E. Geiiser
tind ibss C. Qunissby. These ditre
n-ill meet the three winners tof thle
formner Alpha Nu prelinsinary next
Soxtneday night to contest for the
honor of 1representing the Alpha Nti
Society fis the debate with-the Adelphi
The A-delphi Society held its first fie-
httte Sorttrttay aigin, thelieneracs c-
lug ft. L. Nyc, IW. B. th'rrison and
X3. 'Dudley. 'This society will isroltl li
set-snot prelininiary tonighit, and tteii
thme winners of tonighit's atid Stttur-
day night's debte will contest Its the
final Adellphi debate to toe held next
-Saturday niglet.
Constitution for Whist Club.
',ne coinmittee atsoint-d to draw i
-a constitu-tiitn oneld by-laws fc the
Whist Club met Sxtiirday morning
and cotmpleted -their nork. Tin- re-
stilt of thiir work nill be sibsiitted
to mm full imeetiiig of 'tll those ixtserost-
ed 'Thursday night. T.l'me ecnmitees
on securing a. roma tnbeen nc-ively
at work sand will also report at (lilt

Reduction or Collegiate Course.
T'rof. George letipl, of te Unive '-
sily it ate.rnarticle oii"'Tme 'rhree
Ye-ar Undergra-dnute tPiriod," inthle
Decent-er numitber of the 1tilumaliosas
Rteviewv.*Thie msovenseist fotr the re-
ducitioni of .thle collegiate pt-rind feses
fotur yearts InoItiree is miakinig proigress
in this country, ,tind wre quote 'the fol-
lewng tromt,5'rof. thempi's argiueiit
ini supplort of the .propoisitiona:
We enitiet justify our action by
claiming thiat we are fostelriug ednwa-
titin; prese-eviug a-s iiuchi'a soible
of it in aii age and a ci-isutiy that
'have littl- enough. Intil i,'tst Iplace
-otir reuiretients for a lherul uoc col-
leghote eduication are nowv at leatst a.
year highser bisen Iliise of aiiy othe-r
etintry. 'lhat is, n-c not only deniand
thattfhue young man n-ho wisilses to
study for the doctorate have a iiore
extended general educatiola than is doY-
tandod of rho Europeans candittite,
but we also matke ill other studenits
do ais much beftire we release tin
wit;h the lsehe-lot-s diplo-tais. 'T'han,
we 'have seen that our prfesent pin--
ltice reduces the ntember of those pur-
suing real advainced work under ro-
po-e-. con~ditions; in, -this n-n are doing
anytinog but fosterliig edtication, so
far ias highser educato" s. n cerned.
As; for collegiate education, whe lamnenxt
Sthe -fact that with a three-yeer period
iiiany students wvould ihave oiie year
less of the aidvantage of college lns-
tung. But 'hav abotit this fourth-ye:ar
n-ork? In iiost inistituttiionis a luergo
part, if not -all, of the sc-nine work is
real tinivoftlity work, tint we have
teen that graduatin usually bre-aks
it off before it htas hewn carried to
a poisit iwhere its pieculitar -satti ccau
bi appreciated. It is sturly pestagog-
it-ally indefensible to -htns- a -youn~tg
icon devote a year of his life: to geit-
Sting starteid in a, specialty wiiicii be
is iiigall probability to aha-stetn a t the
-end of thme year. Thme gretmtajority
of our undeegi-ad uate students are
5sarly :iio iuo-e fitted to be isivesltiga,-

h led uluxen the ci lion.
W A T T T S Old Michin a:s-yell nde thi w .alie
lite Arnuory .eho ataiii attd agalti
= Iloough the n-hole evening tind xxlieu
3S O O S O s at a seasonable -hiur -the festivities
were ever, all reseat voted the- n1l-
SPECIAL, SALEOF STATIONERY. Knsocker Club a ' ot sice. sful em-
tertainer and prosioter of the peeper
Best linen. paper per lb - l.... 5 ieit.
Best white bond paper per lb.... 25c-
Envelopes per box (250)- ...25c A saeting of -the charter members
Envelopes per 1000........ ..... 85ceof the -club will be heist.in itoom h9,
Visiting cards engraved and 100
cards... .........1.50 University Hatl, tonight at 7 o'clock.
Visiting cards from old plate 100 Steips will he taken to perfect a per-
Monograms made to, order teem iua.,nent ergaaziation.
$2.50 to $5.00.
Always. the heat goods at under Dr. John P. Ashley, prineiplal of tho
price. Genesee Weslo yan SReminyary, Limo,
N. V., hras been unanimnously elected
W AHpp'SBKsn TORE pisoe idoeilt of Albion College, to suc-
4 E31r 1 V STORE ceed D4r. 1Lewvis I.. Fiske, n-ho is io
Up Town Down Town tiigatr2yes'svc.Th
S. State st. Opposite oortflaane ±lia fe 1 a. 'srie
Ann Arbor main at. v,11ao ge will b e made on Jan. 1.


uteeting. T11he piace of Tiiursday',t-rs :tian are i-he mmajorily of teachbers.
g alimring xiii be atmnoune-ed in T1uejs- Spa far a-s univ etsity work is concern-
day's Daily and on time bmulletint boords eu, xve iave, hten.,tnjutsificationIn m
of time variovs departtnteats. ielding eli studenets for 'a fourthsi year.
MAIany of Ithose interested in timeatexv But it musay be said that ini so-any of
club -advocate its joinimng time A-toot- ntur colleges time setuiswnoik Is ciii.
Ie-tiatc-tha t is, its i-a ocer temutains
r ai WhI),I Leaue; the entrance fe
to that orgais izationis veryysnall indtl -an -' utiti xtno bod
the 'advantages quite oumnerous. A eitd, dekts-ned; amid it is elaimed thstt
the nmiore a studenit gets if such. edu.
«,hAbet library is also taiked of to con-
ist of standard works on titis outject cation limo bettellr.lTbe samne trgulunit
and the varilous periodicals devote-I to would as well justify 'a five-yeam or a
,he gate. This lnst 'idea. ivtil1Ijwoh- six-your undergradtuate period. Buot
ably not fteke tangible formi until time When we sh-etch libieral education to
clab is well sta.,rted, a "point Where it becomies so expensive
'Tufts Colloeewnill sa ve an inter- that only a select few- can get it n-n
femitorooty wisbt league tils winter. I (Continued Onl Third Page.)

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