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VOL. VIII. No. 103.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1898.

P-tcE--3 CENT.

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At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our......
'Suitings, Trouserings,
Top-Coats.
NO. 108 E. WASHINSTON ST. NEAR MAIN
Allegretti's.
Chocolates...
Fresh every week.
Only in packages-
60c a pound.
Lowneys. if you
prefer.
PALMERS' PHARMACY.
P=IPE S ALE!B
FOR THE NEXT WEEK.
Just received a fresh supply of Allegretti, and
Wilenas and Werners Chocolates. Larest line
in the city.
Lunches a' all hours.
R. B.OCY C.
808 South State Street.
WARRANTED
TOOTH BRUSHES s
Some old story about.
the same good tooth
brushes. If a 25 cent
brush sheds its bristles
we give you - another7
brush. Glad to do it.
We don't often have
an opportunity. .
CALKINS' PHARMACY.
WA&H 'S
3OOEST O ZU
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
Text Books!
For every department in the-Uni-

BASE BALL MEETING.
Prospects of a Winning Team Are
Excellent.
The smeeting of baseball candidates
held last night in Room 9 was a dis-
tinct success. Over fifty were in at-
tendance and the enthusiasm developed
augurs well for a championship sea-
son. Speeches were made by Captain
Butler, Coaches Watkins and Clarke,
Manager Kieth, Assistant Manager
Emmons, ex-Captain Miller, "Sank"
Condon and "Jack" Atkinson.
The season's schedule was not given
out in full, but Manager Kieth an-
nounced that commencing April 1, one
of the inter-state teams would be here

they are trying and hours at which
they can be at the gymnasium. The
coaches will he on hand from 12:30 to 3.
oclock, and perhaps later, and candi-
dates should try to be there between'
those hours.
Anti-Saloon League.
Perhaps one of the most recent or-
ganizations which has been formed in
the University is that known as the
Anti-Saloon League. Its membership
at present is composed entirely of stu-
dents and numbers somewhere between
sixty and seventy. The object of the
organization as its name would indi-
cate, is to promote an influence among
the students of the University which
shall be decidedly opposed to the drink
habit and saloon practices. Its object

LAWS AS ORATORS.
Senior Class Held Its Preliminary
Last Evening.
The Senior Law preliminary was held
last night. The judges on thought and
composition -were Profs. Wenley and
Knowlton and Rev. W. M. Forrest; oh
delivery, D. W. Springer, M. J. Cavan-
augh and Rev. E. L. McElroy. The
markings of the judges were as follows
and in the same orde, a the judges
above.
Storm, 5, 4, 1; 2, 1, 1; total, 14.
Tatum, 4, 1, 3; 1, 4, 2; total, 15.
Albright, 2, 2, 4; 3, 3,; total, 17.
Rea, 3, 3, 5; 4, 2, 4; total, 21.
Huff, 1, 5, 2; 5.5,';5total, 23
There was a much larger attendance
than at previous contests. The last of
the series of contests, that of the Sen-
ior Lits, will be held nest Monday.
The judges on thought and composition
will be Profs. Hinsdale and Rebec and
Rev. Coler. The contestants are A L.
Osgood, Chas. Simons, W. L. Wiers, C.
Harlan, H. K. Land, and C. Divine.
Dartmouth-Brown Debate.
The Dartmouth Debating Union has
submitted four subjects for debate to
the Brown Debating Union, from which
one subject is to be chosen:
1. That it is expedient that members
of the Cabinet be admitted to seats
with privileges of debate in both houses
of Congress.
2. That the best interests of society
demand the inclusion of an inheritance
tax in the tax system of the American
commonwealths.
3. That the best interests of the
United States demand the establish-
ment and maintainance of a powerful
navy. I
4. That apart from legislation the
New England textile industries will be
able to maintain themselves.
The fourth!:uestion is to be inter- -
preted by including only in word legis-
lation such as tariff and labor restric-

MISS JENNIE IOYLI.

to play till April 12 on all days that furthermore is to increase its influence tions.
weather permits. On April 15 the team by the enlargement of its membership Anson Honored.
will leave on .the spring trip, playing roll. It is hoped that by the end of the
through Indiana, Illinois and Wiscon- present college year the number be- Under the direction of F. X. Care
sin, returning April 23 or 24. After longing to this league will be raised to mody, '97, one of Michigan's debaters
eight games here at home, playing on something like that of one thousand. last year, now teacher of oratory at
Wednesdays and Saturdays, the team Another object is to take active steps Notre Dame University, at South Bend,
goes to Champaign. A trip to Chicago in the direction of establishing a five- Ind., the dramatic club at this latter
and Wisconsin follows and then to mile limit. There has been a great institution successfully produced "A
Detroit on June 11; the date of the deal of talk in the past about the five- Night Off" on Washington's Birthday.
dual track meet with the University of mile liquor law in regard to institu- Between the second and third acts A.
Chi'cago on the D. A. C. grounds. An- tions of. learning, but it is believed by C. Anson, late manager of the Chicago
other trip to be announced later will members of the league that when the National League team, who was pres-
also be taken. students themselves take hold of this ent, was presented with a handsome
It is intended this year to maintain, matter and show an interest in it, tlat basebail bat mounted in gold and siver
besides the 'Varsity, a second team it -will do much towards aiding the by the University students. Anson's
which will practice against tieregular movement. first lessons in baseball were taken at
players and be drawl upon for play- 8;. TL A..seasos tickets will be ex-; Notre Dame and he holds it at the
ers on the 'Varsity as occasion de- changed for coupons at the door to- head of all colleges, although his visit
mands. This team will probably be night. The fifty cent seats will be the there Tuesday was the first'since in the
supplied with uniforms, etc., same as extremse side sections down staira, seventies.
1e -arsity - her is t seveoty-ire cents. . President and Mrs. Angell are now
Candidates were requested to hand i The-Daly wilt be delivered the re- -enjoying a six weeks' vsation on the
at once their names, position for which ainder of college year for $ 1.25. Nile.

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