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VoL. VIII. No. 97. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1898. PRICE-3 CENTSQ.
Has received a full line of Novelties
for Fall and:Winter inj
NO. 108 E. WASHINTON ST. NEAR MAIN
Fresh every 'week.
Only in packages-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if you
PIPE SAILS T
FOR THE NEXT WEEK.
lut received a fresh suoly af Allegretti. and
Wlliams and Werers Chocolates. Lamest lies
in the city.
Lunches ataialt hours.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.
308 South State Street.
1500--more or les
Just received a special line of
Color Guaranteed, Quality the Best.
The most satisfactory made for
Each $3.00 and $3.5.
Gymnasium Suits and Shoes a Specialty.
Up Town Dwn Town
S. state st. Oppsite IorHause
San Arbor main nt.
ALEXANDER GUILMA NT.
Program of the Organ Recital
ituilinant, undoubtedly tiht greatest
living organist, as sweli as the finest
composer for thc instrument niow liv-
itig, will give a recital on the greet
organ in University hail, Friday even-
ing, February 11. Such an opportun-
ity may never occtir again as Gull-
moant is over sixty years of age and in
all probability this siill tie his last
visit to America.
Fine themes, sustained initerest, re-
fined and scholarly treatment, and
that nameless charm which is the true
inspiration aiid individuality of the
compsser (aiid whicii so distinguished
the music of his master anal friend,
'AL Lemmens)-these are the charac-
teristic protperties of of unititant's
The New York Tinies has the fsi-
lowiing is say of Mt. Guilmanat amidiiis
organ recital in Meinuicssiomi hail in
"The audiece was well pileised, as
indeed it ought to iiave heeii. 1. Gitli-
mont is a thorough eclecthc, anti, while
iho is essentitaily modern, ho is a mas-
ter of all styles. He plays Bach in
the litiue spirit and with snit imiate
knowledge of the tectinique of Blacht's
period. His own sonata, of whicht the
adagio is especially heastiful, lie
played with great fittishi andl with the
finest possible taste in. registration.
P'erhapss nothing in his tscrtturiiti t
was more grmatifying ts these intimate-
ly acquainted with the eigahaltn his
itmprovisation. The! theme wvas fot-
nishied hy Samuel P. Warren atid was
otie which, immedimttely sutggestedl
-fugal treatnment. Mt. Gnilmant's shl
arship was quite eqiual to the test,
and he 'began his ittprov ision in strict
fugato style, but lie peresently dev-el-
sped the theme ini a gracefuintter-
mezzo treatment, which filledl all tih'
organists preseant svithi delight,.at.
Guilmant will probhably give anotther
recital. Itaught to he attended not
only by all those svho knosw-ttepossi-
biities of organ playing hutatso bly
those who do list. Bthlwuill learn
t. 0 Menach bevels dein Sueade Gross.
tt. tn dir tat Freude.
(Peters' Editian, Hash V. Nos 35 and a4.)
5. Pastarale-----------------Ceae Frank
6. tmprovisatian an a Given Theme.
r. Grand Chorus in Starch Form, ap. 54,
(Dedicated ta William C. Carl.)
A Punch and Judy Show.
A Valentine Sale anti Ktttlerti-ii
wiii he given next 'Saturday by the
Laties' Library Associationi. The
tih-kets for the dance its.rite ev-tnitig
also -hold gooud for the afterntoon ket-
tledruim. At the kettledrum tea will
lie served ini Russiain style by collegte
girls its Rutsosin costittie. A
Putnch atid Judy shows' sill formon tie
of the ext-as durinig the taftermo,
anid it siill be gis-en once ini the ese-t
ing. Dinner cards slid salted alinotnts
baskets, suitable for lunchets, as sweli
as valenitines mnd oilier fan-'y articier,
will he on sale its the afternoomi.
Tickets ci-itt hat' oinsivfrouiithe --
'Time t'lilosopmi-al socs-tly is oi-
leisiplticigqite a tsiliiaplete scliadtit-
for the seconti nst-ii'sii. 'ie lit-st
ft't meetings asill tiroimtly ite takeni
lil withi distussionisolithe relatiton.of
phiilosopthy to varitous ot hter-ltiant-hets
Af learining. atfer t'esain'mepastats
tilt last steeling at wiihm ssdiscu-t}
ed the relationi tf ithillosopshy to tht
classics.'Tie lttian conlclteplates ad-
dre'sses front sever-al of tile facuty
irou bers o tlflht'r depsar~t'mnts attia
g-tem-al tdistctssioni eachi ttilt' tsy thtt
society. Thle socitety has abut peom-
tot's of several tmtu of natitoali in-
Itortatte to sipeaksoattti'titnt' uritig
4hi' icoiniing semnester.
The tPreshlniintSottlitsitr.' intdoor-
meet siill take ptase ini ite3VWtertan
Gtyinnasiunm, Starch t5. Fromtstresent
intdicatitins theclsessw it teaobot
evenly matched', titus insuring exiiing
contests in tetilfferett .tis. The
follossingsvill tirottably bi:th'lea-list ttf
Forty yards dash, 401 yartds hurtle,
half mile walk, One-half mitt' ruin, ri-
lay race betwveen '00 asit '01. Track
'00 LAW CLASS MEETS.
Arrangements Made for Banquet
Next Tuesday Night.
very enthusiastic meeting yesterday
afternoon inte Law tie-ure 'oogi.
Time meeting was caledi fo' the pur-
pose Of ihearitig -intl arrangemuents
lial =beeti made for the Wahingo's
tBirthday exercises anti also to arouse
enthusiasm sbout thei'Freshuman at-
ChairmnTi. It. Starks, oitthle Wash-
ington's Birthday- c-ommiitttt, rtporttd
thai ev-erything hattbeenti umagtti
satisfactorily sail that ltefreshimamn
lass class wotldt mit at the lasi
'btiltding ot tTue''itsta and marcm
in a hotly os-ri-o liUiversity -Hal,
wshlere tety asill cumpy- rot satso
town stairs. A tax of 25 ents ili
libe colectedi'frotitieals menber it the
ilass tt defraiy-he exessofliii' o-
C'hatirumani 5. 1.It.aniis, f tie'lat-
ploet comnimittee, reoredt that le ban-
sutllsias going ttiee s oslitg salt-
toss. (s-i-u'otis-hundirtedlmembetras of
thet ilass has-c lready- signead the pai-
lser agreeinig to buy tickts. Te
totsts xil be' fourteeti ittnmler, two
Oft wih- i-lliiei'respondedt to by mcii-
lets of te law famclty. Ttte commit-
tee' has apphointedl a recep'ltiona conamniit-
tie of ti-lye. Professor Kowltot
1a4to ais lresimt. made a fewsvremark
comnmendintug elidaes atfgiing a class
hanquet, s it affodethte members
of' thiti ilass a titans of 1)(11oaig bet-
her acqulaimiteti with oeat' totiem.
Mtessrs. Brosvn, ('aivert, lFort soi
Cso01madnste stirrimg sieches ugig
ivery tmie ' of thre class to ommltturt
thit tbaniquet by his attendance-i.
"Fitz" Punches the ag
"itoh" Ftztsimmonsas i-t thle gyut-
ilashim nyt'aerilsy afternosin just le-
fort' it closdi. At ilt' boxitg rosin he
took tff his coat anal kinidly gave sit
exhibition ittihitig the hirig. Ie
shioswed. somim of his famoutis blosv
snhowto they w-ere execimte. Finally
hit knockdth ie big across tie room
wsithm slit of his terlecthesws amd
emnded the 'shori. te sias roiudly
bt'tretliedthamt it'woulditlemvt that t
,Corbefttindhis mtaagerl- n tin atg
shossn the interir oisthle gymt. le
sail it ss-s as line a limit as le hatt
es-er seet, athoghtl others le had
aen hail more apptartus in themt,
Het was enerainedl at dinnerlast
eveinmg amit hit'Delta Chiii Itoise.
Work at High School Gym
'About seventy students avail tem-
selves of the privileges of te high
school gymnasium., Practice in track
athletics has begun. Students who
are candidates for the team mre tran-
ing in hurdling, jumpng sd wrest-
ling under the direction of 11r. oce-
lyn and Springer. The faculty say
that the uinder-class men use le gym-
n osium most.
The opportauity of hiearimig At2ex-ii5C tn a-i msisi t~'
andre Guilmant on our great orgamn sitl freshimni who tint dos smthimag at
one which no music lover camn affordsit in athmletitcs to eter in ssmae of iii"
to miss. The Frieze .1temorimmi org.anabove________
is the greatest but one of miii timeoem Adelphl Elects Officers.
gans in the West, and Guilmtisi
the greatest living organist and commi lime following officers iave bien
poses' for the organ. This wilt, with- elected mu the :Addllhi Society fur time
out doubt, be the last opportunity of tIlsuing semtester. tPresidenit, B. Jh.
hearing him in this country, as tie in, Johnmson; vice president, it. 0.. Nyte;
over sixty years of age, and will in all secretary, ti. tB.Vaite; teasurer,
probhability never visit America again. Whitney Watkhns; tmeimbetrs of the emr-
The following pragramnswilho given: atorical board. J. L. Frenict. At time
k. Toccata et FuasiteD minr.--J. S. Bach meeting next Saturday night instatia-
2. a, tn Paradisum-------Th. Dubois tion of officers wilt take plmice. Time
b. Fugue inC - 0._ ___ _ _D uxtehude
c. Adagio in H minor (from the question fsr debate c'ilhe "Itoesolved,
Second Symphony)--Ch. M. Widar That municipal governnments should
3. 5th Sonata hn C minor. op. 55.... adcoto sretrilas
----------I--Ae.Gimn Dedicated to Ciarence Eddy.)
L. Allegro appaslnato. It. Adagio. Three-fourths of the colleges found-
II Schermo. tV. Recitative. edithlatwnyyaraesoh-
V. Choral and Fugue, di h attenyyasaesuh
4. Two Charais-----------------.5S. Hach of Mason and Dixon's line,