VoL. VIIL No. 99. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1898. PRICE-3 CEN.
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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHLDAY. jstudied in Berlin and Munich, and then
became professor of history and politi-
President Andrews Will Speak cal economy at Brown. In 1884 he re-
b . ceived the degree of LL. D. from the
on Political Liberalism. University cf Nebraska and in the same
year D. D. from Colby University. In
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For every denartment in the Uni-
Final arrangements for the thirty-
eighth annual celebration of Washing-
ton's Birthday by the law department
have been completed. President An-
drews of Brown University, who will
deliver the address has chosen as his
subject, "The Crisis of Political Liber-
alism," and a speech of rare merit may
be expected, for the President besides
being a learned :oan and advanced
thinker, is an orator of ability.
For the following sketch of President
1888 he left Brown and went to Cornell
as professor of political economy and
finance and in 1889 was recalled to
Brown to accept the presidency. Dur-
ing the wa- he served as private, First
Ccnn. Heavy Artillery, 1861-3, and also
as second lieutenant 1863-4. As a mem-
ber of the Loyal Legion, G. A. R., he
was U. S. Commissioner to the Inter-
national Monetary Congress held in
Brussels in 1892. Is a constituent mem-
ber of the American Historical Asso-
RESULT OF INVESTIGATION.
Law Faculty Suspends Ex-Man-
The investigation of the "Honey"
Stuart case by the board of control has
resulted in a most unexpected action.
The law faculty prompted by the tonard
of control has passed the following res-
"Resolved, That the faculty of the
law department of the Universityof
Michigan find tlcat Ward Hughes,
while a member of the board of con-
trol of athletics of the Uciversity and
charged with the trust of promoting
pure athletics in the University, was
guilty of endeavoring to induce pro-
fessional athletes to enter the Univer-
sity and play on its athletic teams for
hire in violation of rules of said board,
and of his duty as a member of said
board; and be it further
"Resolved, That said Ward Hughes,
for the conduct above referred to, be
indefinitely suspended from this depart-
The investigating committee were un-
able to find any evidence to show that
Mr. Hughes was responsible for
Stuart's coming here to play foot-ball,
but in investigating the matter they
found that he had atterrpted to get
Stuart here to play on the baseball
team last spring. Inasmuch as at that
time Hughes was on the board of con-
trol, the offense was regarded as a ser-
ious one and the result was the action
taken by the law faculty Under recom-
mendation from the board of control.
Mr. Hughes was a 'Junior law stu-
dent, but this was his fourth year at
the University, he having entered with
the '98 literary class. He has been
prominently connected with athletics
and for the last two seasons has suc-
cessfully managed the football teams.
Andrews and the accompanying cut the
Daily is under obligations to Mr.
Charles Carroll, managing editor of the
Brown Daily Herald:
Elisha Benjamin Andrews was born
in Hinsdale, New- Hampshire, and pass-
ed his early life in Montague, Mass.
Me prepared for college at Powers In-
stitute and at Wesleyan Academy and
was graduated from Brown University
in 1870 with the degree of A. B. From
1870 to 1872 he was principal of the Con-
necticut Literary Institute at Suflield,
Conn. He then entered Newton Theo-
logical Institution, graduating in 1874.
The next year he was pastor of the
First church in Beverly, Mass., that
same year receiving the degree of A.
M. romBr "n- n 175-he ccete
Chess Match With Purdue.
The U. of M. Chess Club has had a
very prosperous time during the first
semester, although its membership is
ANDREWS. not what it should be. The tie that re-
sulted from the match with Detroit
was very encouraging to the local play-
ers and a return game will be played
Doctor Ancrews has written many In Detroit verysoon, possibly on Wash-
valuable works and is a frequent con- ington's Birthday. A match has been
tributor to the leading reviews and arranged and is now being played with
journals. Among his works are the fol- Purdue on the correspondence plan,
lowing: Brief Institutes of Constitu- Two games are being played simultan-
ticral History, English and American; eously. The Ann Arbor end is upheld
Brief Institutes of General History; In- by President Griffith and H. P. Bowen.
-stitutes of Economics; Wealth and
-Moral Law; An Honest Dollar, with Michiganensian.
seven other essays on bimetallism; His- For the next two weeks subscriptions
tory of the United States, 2 vols.; His- are to be taken for the Michiganensian
tcry of Last Quarter Centry in the U. to determine the number of the edition.
S., -2 vols. The board announces that the annual
In 1896 failing health compelled Pres- for this year will be the finest and
ident Andrews to seek retirement, and largest ever issued at the University.
on grant of leave of absence. he spent It is to contain 400 pages on heaviest
the year 1896-7 in Europe. Before his enameled paper, over 205 engravings
return in the spring of '97, the corpora- and be bound in art canvas. Besides
toin of Brown, alarmed at the radical the usual matter of the annuals of past
views of the President on the money years, it will contain excellent new fea-
question, voted to communicate with. tures that the board will announce as
(Continued on second page). 1 scos as they are definitely settled.