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VoL. VIII. No. 85,

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898.

PRICE-3 CENTP.

VOL. VIII. No. 86. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1898. PRICE-3 C ETIt.

WILD
Has received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
NO. 108 E. ASINTON ST NEAR MAIN
Allegrett's
Chocolates....
Fresh every week..
Only In packages-
60e a pound.
Lowney's if you
prefer.
PALMERS' -PHARM koy:w
PIPE S ALE 1
FOE THE NEXT WEEK
Jut received fresh supply cf Aleget, ad
Wiliams ad Werers Choclats. Laret lies
is the city
Lunches atali hour. .
R. B. JOLLdY S& 00.
505seothn State Street.
Hot Chocolate
Not common cocoa made
with milk as cooks make
it, but good hot choco-
late made with rich cream.
Lots of people don't know
what ood hot chocolate
is till they try ours.
There is a trick in getting
the flavor out of th choc-
olate. 5c at the soda
fountain.
CALKIS' PHARMACY.
WAHR'S
3OOKSTORE.
Just received a special line of
SWEATERS
Vulor Guaranteed, Qality the Best.
The most satisfactory made for
the moey.
Each $3.00 and $3.5.
Gymasium Suits and Shoes a Specialty.
.....PRICES RIGHT.....
WAHKR'SBOOK STORE
Up Tows Dow Twn
S. state St. ppsie ourtHouse
Ass- Arbor Sain t.

REGENTS' MEETING.
Large Addition to Be Mfade to
Law Library.
The IRegets sitSyesterdiay atind
'tatsacted conderable bsils. 1he
nmber of (ommittees for the preset
year was tistoced from n12 to 10, Wal
lettes being placed etnder te ontrol
of the lterary commlittee; il' phra-
tory detartiet ennder cotrosl of the
jmedcal 'esaittee, land the nente
undesr control of the Fittrart cone ii-
tee. The dtntding commttes v vcc
then cehosenl as folov:
Exective, resident Ititelins, and
liegests Bn'terllels, Cook, (Cocer; lt-
erary, Buitleriel, Cocker, Latison; en-
giteing, Dan, tLswton, iefer; titos-
tea, dental Cost lilt'aely, lpefe,
Far, Butterfield; hotnootothic, Coo.
iletetier, Dean; library atnd ottseot.
7.Jrswton, Dean, Fetcer; glaw. tParr.
ltttteflleld, (ook; lbilditg md
grotttds, Fktelier, Coo, 'okoir
fisance, Cooker, Kifer, lorr, eanlo.
A legislh'ive roinimtee of1topt-
lists of Neaska ae nivetiting
Ihir sate initins, aou sked itthe
Itegento to lfinnish dtiled itiotti-
tion as"tol ofIoesooro' satuies. l'te
Itgents nmerey futomlei i 4ett'at
inancial Teport, andtu rned dow fl,(,
request. Dr. Thiodore lintiiatwas
appoln(I pathological intrctor. Ils
salary wiill be blas by the one) stte
asylums. S.Nrs. Jernie McNeil was ap-
pointedl asisat to Dr. Dok. .awo-
rentee Bigelow, P i. . t i gld ante tcof
tarvard seteol of eelnoogy. ant
Mtinitel, was appoiited instrc(tor in
physical chemiUstry a a salary oft $tWt0,
his duties to begin next lArtsbe.
Tie naiftee of inteosiitmg nituay
instruction is the tUniversity ae til
foe discussion anti a committee was
rappoined to 'investigtie ite sbjeet
fully taid re~tiiat inex noth's imiet-
lug. A vote of thanks was tetderet
James 'MMillai, of Detroit for a
dosmtion of $154) to be expeided for
rare books, wiih tre to be acled to
then Rhakespeiaean library. 'Tileac-
teontatkeiu at the last mieting whie
lie "Mary Caswell Angelh" Httlinii
te womnen's builing woo otutted
Hebbard iallIty tanioverotit, Nit s
resci£nded. It was decided to ecmti-oi
thle sewerage of the h'imiilitg vtt
the city swer oii N. University isv.
Prof. Stanley 'wls grntedt leave it
saat to-Europe sometint efort~et'tot-
inencement :week, bit after Illt rigu-
tile colsts 'iac Been finitied. 1ttit.
Deal! '. Worcester ws gantel uc
yeas's leave 'of absence to begit i wth
tne closeoof the college yea, iltsal-
ry to lapse tin the ineantime. An il
portrat of fth lae Joseph Cark, cwlie
for so many years was superintetdent
of the 'University 'hooptas, wa p-
,seaed',to tie University by Mrs.
Clrk and her :son, ad a vote of
thanks retrned foe fluhe sai. 'The
paiting ill be bong n the hospita.
A filing ease was ordered fote lm c'
reay's office and a oaitalogne ease fue
fie allommi lbeadquaterles.
The afternoon session was devoted
mainly to dscs lng plus foeoitlie

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the plank tiilt tve not as yett ioeti
atopited, ('ttlttiiititi a itrge additifon d . fialUiveroiy dtuie for te
to thec--luilditigott tiesotut sli. thoosig f hit tti'tlettdeies who are
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italy foal e titituttittotts. rthe- its- (terollegitte 'dtbte witti 'Ittago, will
ett littrary will is' ritetil ito a tic'behed ttitorrowviiglt ii Unvertsiy
ue roatan itelit e tillt all 1 r] This is 'ties condtianiutlsi-
robatitility lit rearratnge. r'Ito i- bite held sitte 'te Oratorial eAass-
sutteiiiuotswill'ntml ~ lbl ofciatoit tis -hllcttt ritol cf thedbtiuin
stitn'tliiig il Utt'ati. l uta fitswsts rt 'teititncelt, and since
Theiretvtioalist) conisidioilitle dsts-thenmti le finlttniversity deitae his
lio m- totheadvga~ay f tilitig 1'bcamite os itetitthitelt as the Unive-
cein rts10ti tivasto hiyshtintsits srattiticail otest. This yearlt'e
'etintotit ns's'tric-l ots as to so'itii stcritsei
lie alloi'il to euchr eu ti''ttru- st rtirilAsottiihssicitad
t' ttilut'ittitlsEfr this cotsttots$71,
at the Uiiivrsty tispitil. it'- oithe'~
$5 ndi t3t0ifor 19ite thnee' ualoters r-
lii Iteg;eits r', ttitiseutl ii atlostiti
thoe wo ae. a~badatiyabi- t shtceetivt'r t l itan ' itireastof ier
ior uittdic ':t tmtit'tsut toi'em trsdo'iiomt et dieto This limasbet n sio)Inlithle
othoss's'wo tie sut wtl's-ti g orfvery large nuumuuutrs iwhouiterei''d in list
finrsutcitlly to santh lmit]sssu xpems' ,soiety prliltnaltiets
Acing on this uutttet' iasitsamst dittr- iqusinobedat sth
i-i'diuiuil mt'x'tnoomtti.samtet'omit that ill bticeinistie de-
reduntilnext ________ imt' Withm Citiuto: "teslvei, That
tie n litt'ilStts slstettmeloisely
Joint Meeting Tonight. in rijeeinguthe hpoioedit mmrti'lii
''Th'erewill e in joint meeting omitheiiteaty twithm Emgluum." limi. Sulisa
Pttilologiu'al 'amni l'liliisiiil:lStilt- H. Ciituout tutu u-et.S.Hotie,
ies toigifu t oomm2. iTei guiSi o it Deroitmmia'i t o. I. A tit
tie disi'ussiont sill e ItChoIelatint of t(ti'pilanmiti Ni'et'l miii at as
min tintssial Sudmy toii 'tilisilsly." judigs. Itonm.Dxtif. Ileey. mfi)m-
Thtere twill e addiresssbtim'oefssor's trit, twill bi themtt'lie(ilitgottit'r.
Ki-sey, Dake, Weuey, teituions mndi'Titilerltt e mwiii tae ml, tftrmt o£fa.
othters. After tie ailtresses slums-c tmill Hottest titweriel ih'te liteure umuaidlame
he it gener'ukl diocumsitnin iiimmcl h y dilc'im'utit'ts ats hetll attontuu'foe ndi-
smenmbet' of cilme socity saypatilrel- vidual'eontri. W. . irritm lltvAe
I t 7:30.) Rctmthmit-literary ult-lortuis'tmtan]tiwill
____________hav thu ie tafimtivoft'm cthetmI- Utsticn,
Oratorical Board Meettng. nil h ~ dprmn ilb
- m'i'himreprsenutd-by I, . 5'. Xitt im , '. A.
At :.a ueefing ot tiut-Oramomcl lit'tks'i ui l ID . .Dillonu.
Bc-muttlast sght themm'folloin-mg dumat
mt-em'set foe the preelimtinary oeato-tcal standing of Whist Club Teams.
coniests: Secondt ysea bita.wNtb. 1; '1m'te''
sulttiomiot' it., Fet. k1) imst yino-tba , ~Tim ren-li t wantling'omintetieSats
Feb. 21; junsire lit., tut. 23; senmior oftheist '('lush is mUis'follows: 1,
bus, meb. 25i; senior it., ets. 2. Siller anuth rlsrel; 2, 1. W,. Jones ansi
Obterin aslbetrdl rou. tgectug S to foltts'e'; , tiamluhig am ultBrk-
vote fuse Siuinsoio s itt' sevimiiia'd ,Pisotl nItse
membe of theu'Nomurtern tOri'toeie',mh Driggs and HIyde; t6,Xem'tier tn-IVe-
toIagmse, 'thuso inuomring leu' uiisiom. dtir; 7 tfltyusom.'andmth tos-ufo; 8,
'lTooanduel F'ke; 9, IS-muteuianti
Hand n Ybr Cotribtion. tta'mxlmnst; 10. Fishme gl iBeardley;
Han i YurConriuton. 1 t lIrae uanisteson; 12 fi'ltur'tclo
'fTe e-onttibmatttoils that re timca't-tu.dmmmiii ggit, 13, Slannutuiot 1 andtmi ralt-
lete foe 'the iM'ichigUratumsi-pierstout, l ichelmandu Gradle; 15. Gross
lutmst be in theis'inus of te smumuugmg andilWistnem; 10, 31,11i 'cmi 'an rt'tlto;
editos' bfore next Satursdaiy evemimg 11, Cucuuuiuhmm'h std tarted; k-,Ih,~ust
nit 6t 'choek. -AllhIftemry matteas1summitduNu(urdertoet1eo;latt CidtuulBadwvi;
tim i-uings inst te hanedin-ut yfhiu 20, Murrpty 'andul 'hiliiisom; 21, Sar-
ktine. s hllttndulD . Tones; 22 Armstrong
itch 'Ploummss; 23, itotmitiititandlt-i
Alpha Nu Elects Ofricers. s-tuk; 24, ldu'nestos n fn itBiittau-t; 25,
CommitandmIiiTomlgmuumm; 2, IDafortlo
At a meeting of thne A1ituo NUt lar suitn Datuft'h't; 27, Hutley-t i-d Cot-
last night, after tin'out' of hot-i- 1hes; 2, '11ng wnd Bat-lelor; 29, Vuor-
umenay winginag. thu folinvug ffi- les anduitletsy; 30, 'Oost autO Cot-
res were eleetem: iresidentI. t. X.Tou; 31 kilhunutanud EIel;b:32, Sit-
WelbS-)tc;ice president, Sis vat§Hl"' MiluuanmmiiSherwood; 33, Bigowovanti
Nash; secretary, G. A. Ohmiuge. Gabriel.
Tickets Must Be tExchanged Tie IaA mueeting of his semueste
sw111 be hldehitonight at Astbs' Dn-
'l'oso holding S. L. A. ktikets mosse 11g Schotol, on Sate st. H. .'Clarke
have fheo extlouged for the1'ext en- LnItuui. 1. Anderson have bn sude
teetafinment.1-Tey nty beitcemsic- mebers.
dated at Palmer's -Drug Stoic* beween
9 to 11 dhiy, andiSaurday, 8 to 12, P Thesenier neical oksts ilsake
and 1 to 6.,-man excursion Some day inelt tuoitub to
IBate Creek eor he pupstofli-
'Ilert are (i least 300 stats thiii sp huig the Santarun whih is o-
haye not yetbeien vserved frtsur sur ited thr. 'it ione of telarest
May F1itirnl, in. ttitiun, ofits kidin the wold

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