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VoL. VIII. No 91. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1898. PRICE-3 CENTS.

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Has received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and Winter in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
NO. 108 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN
Allegretti's
C hocolates....
Fresh every 'week.
Only in packages-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if you
prefer.
PALMERS' PHARMACY.
PIPE S ALE!
FOR THE NEXT WEEK.
Just received a fresh supply of Allegretti, and
Williams and Werners Chocolates. Largest line
In the city.
Lunches a' all hours.
R. E.jOLLy & CO.
308 South State Street.
Rubber
Bath Caps
Keep the
H1air
Dary
50o--more or lees
CALKINS' PHARMACY.

NOTABLE CONCERT.
Performance of "St. Paul" by
Choral Union.
The fourth concert in the Choral
Union series, Friday evening, Feb. 4,
will be a performance of the "St.
Paul," Mendelssohn's greatest choral
work. This is said advisedly, for
while the "Elijalh" is, in a sense, more
dramatic from the point of view of
the musician, "St. Paul" is greater.
It is hoped that this performance will
rank with the memorable production
of the "Elijah" two years ago, which
was one of the finest choral concerts
ever given iii Ann Arbor. The soloists
are admirably adapted for the work.
The soprano solo will be sung by Miss
Alice Bailey, of the School of Music,
whose artistic work is well recognized
in Boston and Detroit, where she has
held prominent church positions. Her
remarkable singing in the Messiah
several years ago will be remembered.
"Miss Alice G. Bailey introduced
herself as a songstress of high merit.
She rendered a series of songs, en-

Junior Hop Notes.
The following faculty ladies will act
as patronesses at the Junior Hop:
Mesdames H. C. Hutchins, Chas. F.
Greene, A. H. Pattengill, Victor C.
Vaughan, J. C. Knowlton, C. B. Na-
crede, Fleming Carrow, P. C. Freer.
A. C. iMcLaughlin, t. C. Russell, W.
t'. Lombard, J. H. Brewster, E. D.
Campbell, P. R. dePont, G. W. Patter-
son, D. C. Worcester, W. I. Waite
and Dr. E. M. Mosher.
Arrangements have been made to
serve the refreshments in three sec-
lions, between certain dances, in order
to prevent the crowding incident to
serving 'ill at once. The catering will
le done by Hangsterfer. Stabler will
put up the decorations and Hailer will
furnish the chairs and furniture for
the dressing rooms.
Faculty Concert Tonight.
The next in the series of faculty con-
certs will be given this evening in
Frieze 'Memorial Hall. The following
is the program to be rendered:
1. a. Berceuse from "Jocelyn"------Godard
b. Tarantelle---------------popper
,FredericQ Abel.
2. a. Prelude Op 28. No.2,23, 24 Chopin
c. BerceoseiAa-- r i

ORATORICAL HONORS.
List of Contestants Who Are
After Them.
'The time for entries for the oratori-
cal contest is up, and Seeretary
Landis has received the names of the
following contestants: '98 Law-S. L.
Tatum, J. T. Lawler, H. H. Boden-
stab, Otis Huff, Eugene P. Hoorihan,
F. N. Stolz, Paul Y. Albright, A. M.
Rea, Chas. Engelhard, Garl T. Storm.
Wade Millis, and L. L. Thompson,
'I) Law-Winifred S. Gilbert, W. J.
Bigger, Carl V. Wisner. '00 Law-
Elmer A. Brown, John R. Schacht.
'98 Lit-+C. Divine, A. L. Osgood, H.
K Loud, Chais. Simons, M. L. Wiers.
'99 Lit-G. F. Paul, Montgomery Web-
ster, Ray H. Kiteiey, I. J. McCreary,
B. B. Johnson, A. It. Fiebeah, Arthur
M. 'IHyde, E. Rheinfrank. '00 Lit-
Frank D. B aman, Frank Diehl, Thos.
L. Robinson, John II, Prentiss, L.
Young and A. J. Bleazliy. The Judges
will be announced soon.
No Oxford Degrees for Women.
The outcome of the contest over con-
verting Holloway college, London, in-
to a woman's university has been set-
tled, to the great disappointment of
those who have beeni fighting the
award of degrees to women of the
universities of Oxford and Cambridge.
They confidently believe that the en-
dowment of such an itstitution would
permanently dispose of the question,
which has been so strenuously agi-
tated for the past ten years. Hollo-
way college will be made what is
called a teaching college i connection
with London university. It corres-
ponds to American normal schools,
which -are almost non-existent in Eng-
land. Miss Emily Penrose, formerly
at the head of Bedford college, Lon-
don, will be in charge of the new in-
stitote.
Anti-Saloon League.
The studenfti have organized t
branch of the City Anti-Salo.n League
and will co-operate with the city.

titled Eliland, by Alexander von tn" A'Lrt0onasL .
Fielitz. They appeared in a concert 3 Variations de Bravoure.-t......Paganine
(on one string)
program in this city for the first tinie. Hermann A. Zeitz.
Miss Bailey entered into the spirit of 4. Trio for Pianoforte, Violin and Cello------
Op. 42----------- ----Gade
each of the soags with admirable cor- 1. Allegro ammato.
rectness. Her declamattin, in addi- 2. Allegro motto vitice.
.3. -nntno.
tion, was faultess, her phrasing deli- 4. Finale. Allegro con fuoco.
Elsa von Grave. Hermann A. Zeitz,
cate, and her rich vocal resources en Frederic Q. Abel.
hIbled her to win the unqualified ap-
proval of the audience. Her strength Second Series of Hand Ball.
evidently lies in musical inspiration
coupled with fine taste. The second series in the hatdball
Mrs. Clements is one of the leading tournament will be played on Satir-
scontraltos in Detroit, who has sung day, Feb. 5. The schedule is as foi-
the alto -part in the "St. Pal" very lows: Chase vs. KHoe and Bacilois-
satisfactorily in that city. Mr. Chas. ter vs. Lancashire at i; Miller vs. An-
B. Stevens has sung several times in derson, Linelam vs. Baldwin, 9:30;
-Ann Arbor, and will b remembered Lindeman vs. Strache, Rafferty vs.
as having given a very refined, artistic Ballat, 10; Beath vs. Bishop, lDwyer
interpretation of the tenor solos and vs. Albright, 10:30; McBride vs. Tow-
recitatives in the ''Elijah." The prin- hey, Bjork vs. Means, 11; Lutz vs.
cipal interest in this work, outside of Core, Dailey vs. Hines, 11:30; Bush s.
the superb choruses (which, by the Smalley, Hoffman vs. Mercer, 3; Em-
way, will be magnificently sung) cen- mons vs. Geisiner, 3:30.
ters in the baritone part. This will be

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taken by Mr. Lewis Campion, of Cli- Alpha Nu Program. league in observing Sunday, Feb. 13,
cago, an Englishman, recently bass fas Ant-Saloon iDay. Prominent
W A soloist Of Durham Cathedral, and a On Saturday night the Alpha Na So- speakers will be present. Supt. Brant,
Oratorio singer of exceptional ability. ciety -will present the following pro- of Lansing; GSecretary Wright, of De-
The Chicago Festival Orchestra has gram: Music; farewell address by the troit, and others. A rally will be held
made a good reputation in the West retiring president, Will Sanger; in- in the evening.
O T ' iiiE and comes very highly endorsed. As augural address by the new president
Choral Union subscribers reahize, the Montgomery Webster; sibyl, Fred Among the Colleges.
problem Of an orchestra for a mid- 1Paul; debate, "Resolved, That the
Just received a special line of a-inter concert is a serious one, and it growth -od extent of the U'nited President McKinley has consented
v EATERS is sincerely hoped that the Chicago States Navy is a wise policy and to be one of the orators at the next
Festival Orchestra may be the happy should be continued," affirmatve, commencement of the Ohio Wialeyan
Vulor Guaranteed, Quality -the Best. sclution of the difflenity. - Messrs. Moody, Reynolds and Read- University.
The most satisfactory made for ing; negative, Juttier, Wistrand and Fresident Schurman, of Cornell, has
the money. Freshman Law Banquet. . Simons; impromptus, Sweat, Groves. offered a prize of $50 for the best con-
Each $3.oo and $3.50. Wells and .Bills; music. 'phe leeting tribution to the college daily. The
'Tickets for the Freshman Law Ban- begins at 8 o'clock. work must equal 200 inches of printed
ymuaaiun Suits and Shoes a Specialty. quet were placed on sale this morning. matter.
Arrangements for the event are pro- Vesper services will begin with the The University of Chicago has post-
........PRICES RIGHT........ greasing and overythig poInts ho a secound semester. Owing to the change ed a bulletin which notifies students
-big success. A committee has charge from an alternating to direct current, that it is in bad taste to smoke near
W &HR'S-BQOOK STOR of the naming of toastmaster and a change of motors to work the organ the entrance to buildings visited by
those who will respond to toasts; this a-as necessary. This is now being put women, adding that there is no rule
Up Town Down Town will be done secretly so as to avoid in place, and will be ready 'for the. beyond that of courtesy and good
S. State at. Opposite OourtHouse yU
An Arbor Main 01. any tr-outle from other classes, coming Choral Union concert. I sene,.

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