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December 11, 1897 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1897-12-11

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Has'received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,}
and Overcoatings
A |le retti's
Fresh everyl week.
n ly in n~ka~^i


anty in pac ages~
60c a pound. j
rLew.ney's if you
1__INW_A_________ I
Nonday, Dec. 13,,97
A Southern ientleman
Prices,.....25c, 50c, 75c and $I.
Just Received a Large and Elegant
Ljg o 'New' PipesI
Hot and Cold Lunches at all hours. Agents
for Huyler's and Williams and Werners Co.'s
Chocolate Bon Bons.
30s:south State Street.
Best linen paper per lb..........iToe
Best white bond paper per lb.... 25c
Envelopes per box (250).......... 25c
Envelopes per 1000.............85e
Visiting cards engraved and 100
Visiting cards from old plate 100
Monograms made to .order irom
'$2.50 to $5.00.
Always the best goods at under


Mr. and Mrs. Henschel in the
Choral Union Series.
An entertaiameut, unique, a lost
ideal in artistic excellence was giv n
by Mr. and 'Mrs. Henselhel last even-
ing. The program was in itself a
masterpiece, containing the puorat
gems of vocal musi, gathered from
every source, and showed the famil-
iarity of the selector with -the entire
held of musical literature. Mr. and
Mrs. Henschel were bOth in good
voice. The selections were received
wil -rapt attentionintd at treir con-
clusion the large audience would show
its appreciation by enthusiastic ap-
plause. -
Mrs. Hensehel has a voice remark-
ably sweet :and expressive, though it
cannot be said to be strong or of wide
rnge. Buti 'in her field it would be
difficult to. find an artist who odgit
claim to be her equal. Her selections
were rendered with the rarest deli-
racy of expression. The sweet little
.song "Where Be Going," received an
icnterpretation so delicate and fanciful
that the enraptured audience demiiand-
ed an encore, which was graciously
given. "Die Lorelly" received the due
dramatie rendering and served to
bring out the powers of the sing r.
Put her excellence appeared ralther in
the sweet and dainty selectrons in
which the prograni abound-d.
"Spling" was received with a storn
of applause. Mrs. Henschel was cal-
ed isack and gave "Comii' i'lro' die
Mr. Heusel has a voice of rae
power xxihieti he uses to fine effeet.
The reitderings of Ohe "ttuined dill"
-and of "Heary the Fowler," were
characteized by :great strength and
expression. One of the i-oast delight-
ful selections was the duet "hib, that
we two were maying." A feature of
the concert was Mr. Hlenscliel' ac-
companying, an accoicplisbn'ent for
which the is justly famous.
In this 'field-excepting Max Hein-.
ricli-'he is corsidered to be without a
Dr. Geo. W. Gray.
Tonight the first lecture in the
course arranged by lbe Good Govern-
Si"ent Club will be given in iniversity
Hall by Dr. Geo. W. Gray, of Cli-
cago. Dr. Gray is at the head of the
"Forward Movement" :in connection
with the Chicago Commons. He will
spealk on 'The Slums, Their Oause
and Cure." He is one of the foremost
figures -in Chicago in the iresent so-
cial reform movement there, and as a

Senior Committees.
President Simnos, of the class of '9S.
has appointed tUhe following comgnit-1
tees for 'the ensuing ye:
Reception Commimi'ttee Chairvan, T.'
I. Woodrow; . P. Tredway, H-. .
Weinsteiu, Geo. C. Stone, iussel S.
Rowland, Louis A. Kreis, Miss Wini-
fred E. Beman, 'Miss (Mabel G. Loder'
Miss Winifred Smith, Miss Harriet L.
George, Miss Mary E. Young. 1
Arrangement Comm-itiee--auirman,
J. W. F. Bennett; J. DelF. Richarls
Rubert S. -Danforth, Henry T. Heald,
Angus Smith, Guy A. 'Miller, B. P.'
Marsh, Howard Felver, :W. P. Mor-.
iavi-tatioih ('tmittee- Cha-imnam,
Fritz C. Hyde; George 'B. Lowrie, Die
H. Trowbridge. Jon E. Butler, Miss
Julia M. Angell, tiss Harriet E.
Bushnell, Miss Katheriae H. Brown.
Memorial Comnaitee - Chairman,-
Paul W. Vooi'hies; Oscar Strauss~.
Harry E. Harringtoa, A. W. Smalley,
MSs Nina A. Wilber, Miss Matilda A.
Harrington, Miss Louise Weinmanu.
'ocial Commiittee-Ohairman, G'eo.
C. Shirts, W. D. Herrick, B. B. Cool-
idge, 'Miss Geitrude Savage, Miss Eva
J. Hill.
Cap and Gown Conmittee-Cloair-
mtan, Sutton VaniPeti; Leon Goldsnmith,
Th'a J. Knapp, Louise S. Thompso,
Genevieve E. Mills.
Atditiiig Coiamittee-Chairman, .
W. Turner, Charles J. Rice.
Joe Jefferson Will Be Here.
Prof. Trueblood received a letter
trom Josepih Jefferson, stating that he
would be here on iTuesday morning.
lis car will be attached at Detreit
00 the early noriing traii. Mr. Je-
fcrson will be accompanied by the
members of his family and a uiiitr
of his troupe.. Special seats will be
reserved for his party on the piait-
form. In additio-ia to the above, prm-
ineut citizens of the city, the Presi-
dent, deans of the departuients, an
other professors will be seated on the
platform. The parquet will be e-
.served for members aind holders of
complimentary tickets. The gallery
will be open to all. The interest
usanifested 'in lis reception, bids fair
to fill University Hall to the doors
2 A Personal Heard From.
A postgraduate s'tudent who can
skate, but can't dance would be pleas-
ci to make acquintance of an agree-
able lady who can dance but can't
shate; object, itntual aid and 'intr ia-
tioi in the two "arts". Satisfactoty
referenmes given. Address B. A. D.
'Darcer, Gener'al Delivery.-'Ann Ar-
The I. of M. Daily is certainly pro-
gressive in originating a personal COl-
uim. We only hope it will continue
t' publish as good personals -as the
abve.-Dally Cardinal.
The Brown football teain has uan-
imously elected Frederick Win. Mur-
phy, '99, captain for the coing year.
AMturphy has played left end on Brown
for the past three years.

Debating Preliminaries.
Three preliininaries for the Micl-
ganahicago debate will be held to-
night. The strongest of these is that
between the Webster and Jeffersian
societies. This is the final debate in
the law, depa:rtient and the three
winners will contest ii ithe final Uni-.
versity debate. The societies of the
law department are very strong this
year and the xvinners in this contest
will be prominent factors in the final.
In tonight's contests the Webster So-
ciety will be represenited by Messrs.
Berkebile, Whitman and iodda.
Messrs. Sha-nahan, Lacy and Dillmn
will uphold the honor of the Jeffer-
The Jeffemonians Ihave the aihirma-
time of the question: "Resolved, That
the action of the senate in rejecting
the proposed arbitcation treaty with
Great Britain was wise." The Web-
sters will debate for the negative.
Judges, Prof. B. A. Hinsdale, Dean R.
Hudson, of 'the literary department,
and Prof. A. C. Mvliaughlin.
The Adelphi will hold its final de-
bate tonight, on 'the saime question.
The speakers on the affirmiative are
Nye, Eaman and Dudley; on the nega-
'tive, C. B. Hurry, W. B. Harrison and
C. D. Hurrey. The three winners of
th'is contest vill meet the three from
the Alpha Nu Thursday, 'Dec. 16, for
the cho-ice of 'three debasuers to repr-
sent the literary department. 'he
Alpha Nu preliminary tonight will be
closely contested. Messrs. M. Web-
ster, Itheinfrank and Geismer will
support the affirmative; and Engel-
hard, Miss Quinby and Sanger, t'he
Prof. Novy on Germs.
One of 'the most .interesting papers
Thursday at the 'Sanitary eonve-ntiaaa
in Detroit, is reported to have been
that by Prof. Frederick G. Novy, 1.
D., of 'Ann A ror, on "Geros, What
'hey A-re ami-How Tey Caus
Disease." Prof. Novy said that of the
vast numler of micros-opic living be-
ings called germs with' which people
came .in almost constant contact, the
gmeat majority are prfectly harmless.
Most of them are in their nature
scavengers, and butt for them the
earth would be covered withi layers
of dead animas and tlants. They are
thus i-nportant to the life of higer
animais and plants. But a small nam-
her of germs enter the tissues of liv-
ing beings and cause disease. A quit'-
ter of a mil'ion people die annually
in the tJnited States from diseases
due to these minuate bodies. The sim-
plest class of these 'are the bacteria,
which are of various shapes, or the
bacillua, ball-saped and spira. If
placed side by side, 25,000 would
comfortably ocupy the space of one
ineh. They multiply by dividing in
the middle, completing the operation
sometimes in the space of half an-
hour. This in 48 hours, one germ
may develop into 280,000,000. The
poison of the disease germs is ex-
I tremnely dangerous.

praetical reformer Is probably the
moat representative man of his class.
He is in addition a brilliant and en-
tertaining lecturer.
Clay Clement, .who appears at the
Athens Theater on iMonday evening-in
"'A Southern Gentleonan," is a member
of th'e Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, hav-
ing joined when a student at Chicago


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