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Von. VIII. No. 101.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1898.

PRICE-3 CENTS.

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Fresh every week.
Only in packages-
60o a pound.
Lowney's if you
prefer.
PALMERS' PHARMACY.
PIPE SALE!T
FOR THE NEXT WEEK.
Jut received a fresh susply of Allegretti, and
Williams and Werners Chocolates. Largest line
tn the city.-
Lunches a all hours.
R. E.JOLLSY & CO.
NiS South state Street.
WARRANTED
TOOTH BRUSHES if
Some old story about
the same good tooth
brushes. If a'25 cent
brush sheds its bristles
we give you another
brush. Glad to do it.
We don't often have
an opportunity.
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WA HR'0
300EST OrE
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Text BooksI.
For every departmnent in the Uni-
versity. Law and Medical Books a
specialty. We can supply all your
needs for the. Second Semester at
lowest prices.
Seond-hand.Books Bought, Sold
aud Exchanged.
Best Linen Writing Paper lc and
25 per pound.
The A. A.Waterman Solid Gold Pountain
Peatr i125.

SUMMER SCHOOL
Department of Literature, Science
and the Arts.
During the summer of 1898, from
July 6 to August 17, the following
courses of instruction will be offered
by members of the faculty:
Greek - Preparatory Greek, rapid
reading of easy Greek. Two-fifths
credit, by Dr. Dennison.
Latin-Preparatory Latin, rapid read-
ig. Two-fifths credit. Roman Public
Institutions, two-fifths credit. Histor-
ical Proseminary, two-fifths credit.
Comparative Grammar of Greek and
Latin, two-fifths credit, by Professor
Rolfe and Assistant Professor Drake.
French-Beginners Course. French
Composition, two-fifths credit. Scien-
tific Prose, two-fifths credit. Classic
Drama, two:fifths credit, by Mr. Ef-
finger.
German-Reading of Modern Prose.
two-fifths credit. German Grammar,
two-fifths credit. Classic Drama, two-
fifths credit, by Dr. Mensel.
English-The Teaching of English
Literature, two-fifths credit. American
Literature, two-fifths credit, by Pro-
fessor Demmon.
Rhetoric-Analysis of English Prose,
two-fifths credit. Methods of Teaching
Rhetoric and English Ccmposition,
two-fifths credit, by Mr. Gray.
Philosophy-Logic, two-fifths credit,
by Dr. Rebec. Introduction and Gen-
eral Psychology, two-fifths credit. In-
troductory Laboratory Course, two-'
fifths credit, by Dr. Pillsbury.
Science and Art of Teaching-Ancient
Education and Educational Thought,
two-fifths credit, by Dr. Rebec.
Political Economy-Elements of Po-
litical Economy, two-fifths credit. His-
try of the Development of Industrial
Society, two-fifths credit. Industrial
Development of the United States since
the Civil War, two-fifths credit, by Dr.
Dixon.
Mathematics-Geometry, Elementary
Algebra, Trigonmetry and Algebra,
three-fifths credit. Analytical Geome-
try and Algebra, four-fifths credit.
Theory of Equation, two-fifths credit.
Elementary Mechanics. two-ifths
credit. Projective Geometry, two-ifths
credit. Theory of Infinite Series, two-
fifths credit. . Geometry (teachers'
course), two-fifths credit. Calculas,
two-fifths credit. Differenttal Equa-
tions, two-fifths credit, by Professor
Beman, Messrs Lyman and Mall, and
Dr. Glover.
Physics-Physics for Admission to
the University; General Physics, (teach-
ers' course); Laboratory Work, two or
three-fifths credit. Electrochemistry,
Sound, three-fifths credit. Glass Blow-
ing, by Assistant Professor Reed and
Dr. Guthe.
Chemistry-General Inorganic Chem
itoy ,thr-fifths credit. Laboratory

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six-fifths credit. Qualitative Analysis,'
four to six-fifths credit. Beginning
Qualitative Analysis, four to six-fifths
credit. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry,
Theoretical Chemistry, two-fifths cred-
it. Physical Chemistry, credit arrang-
ed. Advanced Qualitative Analysis,
four to six-fifths credit. Spectroscopic
Analysis, credit arranged. Organic
Analysis, credit arranged. Research
Work, credit arranged, by:Messrs. Hig-
ley, Lichty, Trowbridge and Brown.
Zoology-General Zoology, two or
four-fifths credit. Typical Vertebrate,
two-fifths credit (teachers' course), by
Mr. Johnston,
Botany-General Botany, two-fifths
credit. Plant Histology, two-fifths
credit. Plant Physiology, two-fifths
credit. Botany for Admission to the
University, by Professor Newcomb.
Drawing-Geometrical Drawing, two-
fifths credit. Freehand Drawing, three-
fifths credit. Descriptive Geometry,
four-fifths credit. Freehand Lettering,
two-fifths credit, by Messrs. Wrent-
more and Goulding.
Surveying-Use of Instruments, ote-
fifth credit. Geographical Analysis,
two-fifths credit, by Mr. Wrentmore.
Mechanical Engineering - Principles
of Mechanism, three or two-fifths cred-
it, by Mr. Wrentmore.
Histology - Vertebrate Histology,
two-fifths credit, by Mr. Orr.
Bacteriology - Six-fifths credit, by
Mr. Waite. .
Physiological Chemistry - Six-fifths
credit, by Mr. Bliss.
Astronomy-General Astronomy, tw.-
fifths credit. Prochical Course, three-
fifths credit. Application of Spherical
Trigonometry, two-fifths credit, by Dr.
Townley.
Pharmacy-Two-fifths credit, Assis-
tant Professor Stevens.
Photography - Two or four-fifths
credit, Assistant Professor Stevens.
An invitation from Stagg.
The Ann Arbor High School has re-

"Bucky- Hall Will Coach.
At the meeting of the Athletic Board
held last night, Manager Heald sub-
mitted a contract with "Bucky" Hall,
'96 L, of Butte Montana for football
coach for the season of '98. The board
approved this contract unanimously.
Mr. Hall played on Princeton when a
freshman there, and was one of our
giant guards who did such execution
against the Harvard line in 1895. He
is thus familiar with both the Prince-
ton and Michigan system.
Manager Keith announced that the
net was back, but owing to a misunder-
standing in the manner of measuring,
it was still short. He will retain it,
however, till the end of the indoor sea-
son, when he will have the necessary
ccrrections made.
Manager Campbell submitted a con-
tract with Cox as baseball and track
trainer, beginning March 1st. This was
approved.
The committee on a permanent grad-
uate athletic managerrsubmitted a pre-
liminary report, expressing tihe hope
that the faculty and board of regents
would take a hand in the matter and
create a position on the faculty. The
committee was instructed to draw up
an amendment embodying their ideas
to be submitted at the annual meeting
in the spring. The committee was in-
structed to submit an amendment pro-
viding for a standing committee on
Inter-High School Athletics. The meet-
ing, commonly called Freshman-Sopho-
more, is to be open to all first and
second year men. Mr. Harold Em-
mona, '99 L, was elected assistant base-
ball manager.
Junior Class Preliminary.
The '99 literary class oratorical pre-
liminary yas held last nigit in the
law lecture room. The judges on
thought and composition were Profes-
sors Drake, Wait and Gray. Those on"
delivery were Messrs. Saddler, Coler

ceived an invitation from Prof. Stagg pn themontestnts and aol-
to take part in the big athletic meet, Position the contestants ranked as fol-
at Chicago, March 5th. This is given lows: Wistrand, 11; Johtson, 10;
by Chicago University. The afternoon Rheinfrank, 9; Keitley, 9; Moe, 9; Me-
of that day will be devoted to high Creery, 11.
schools. In the evening it is for uni- In delivery the markings were as fol-
versittes. The team will be the guests lows: Wistrand, 16; Johnson, 8; Rhein-
of the University of Chicago from the frank, 5; Keitley, 17; Roe, 12; Mc-
time they arrive until they return. On Creery, 5.
Friday evening the teams will be given The final rank stood as follows:
a grand reception, and on Saturday Rheinfrank, first; McCreery, second;
morning a grand tally-ho ride around Johnson, third; Roe. fourth; Keitley,
the city will be the program. fifth; Wistrand, sixth.
Medics Go to Battle Creek. Will Talk to Woman's League.
A party of seventy-five medical stu- Mrs. Emma Fox, a Well-known per-
dents went to Battle Creek Monday to tiamentarian of Detroit, will speak on
visit the Battle Creek Sanitarium. Parliamentary Law in the Woman's
' Most of the doctors at that institution Building, Saturday, Feb. 26, at 3:30 p.
are graduates from the University and m. The talk will be under the aus-
a very pleasant reception was given to pices of the Woman's League and will
the students. They spent the entire be followed by a reception at which
day being shown about the Sanitariui Mrs. Louis P. Hall, Mrs. Mechem and
and the factory where the Sanitorium others will receive. All women who
I health foods are prepared. are interested are invited to be present.

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