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VOL. VIII. No. 12. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WE~DNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1897. FouR PAGES.

Bargains
IN
B3ooks.
Stud'ents' Bookstore
_.. STATE STREET,
Opposite University Entrance.
Second-hand Books bought, sold
and exchanged.
Law, Medical and College Text-
books at cut prices.
CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR
Blank Books
and Stationery
Azents for Waterman's Foun-
tain Pens, Mathematical Instru-
ments and Sporting Goods.
SHEEHVAN & coil Prop.
WI LD
Has received a cull line of Novelties
for Fall and Winier in
Suits, Trousers,
and Overcoatings
NO. 1O8 E. WASHINBTONST. NEAR MAIN
THOSE NOBBY SUITS!
MILWARD THE TAILOR,
STATE STREET.
WAHR'S

THE FIRST LECTURE.
Wmn. E. Mason Will Appear Fri-
day Night.
I'. S. Senator William E.F> Masca
open theS. - A.crsceiin-Fridi'ay
ni-ih A b-ief i' '1 111001o 111this in
tiuguiod c-orater will Iho 0lalortmi~e at
this time.
WilliamnEF i-ison, ni-ja Senatcr
frcin llinois in tihe 'Inicl tatisi ii
ate, 1one of G( ilowe i -4t ---ieeiii'd
antd toremiest lawy-ers. 13e wos u-ru
in the 'ili e-ofi ' nionvitle a ttai-
angus CounltyN. T.,July Ti 1850.) ill
i the -on ot Il-iIJ iiiid N anc
(Winslow)M'son. Toen-'Mi-iou t_
mioved to - ,1865-i dwsprci
cally thirown uiipon h{lu-iin-n urcii(es.
IlIe reeeived iirurdien t is' edui
cation in the pubiiec heols,. and -stud-

has di, tintuicbed himself en nueo-
ens occasioiis.
Athletic Board Meeting-
Lteveiig ,the Athletic tiomilsmot
iiiul -ig n~othirbires I olo-
n' bo-irisimn-rc named. -Ida-i--ry
toaridtProfc-sor-iHutciit nsTiaylot,
1 ai-i'-ron I ieblocil -an-I Lom1)iird'
Il,.'Pentis i A-rboir;Ito-ger -ieee-
nin liiCia--n :is.tLelioyDetroit.
BRoaird 01 1 onirol, Al. Keith IJ.He F'.
i Orhu d W AV id tH uh, -i andl t1.I.
H1e cm-temiU
H.H Ft-iii n il ItH.TI.totir -wcre
aptpointedt isiaicoiniitte ii io et the
b-o'lof 1ire-i-lin of tie-V. 'of 11.
Alunii AimO 0-ai-iuit tli iM01t iiitt-
Adelphl Saturday Evening.
Saturday .-Nvciiiiq' tithelan-in''lire-
n-t ill he 'ire-ieintedl lii-tho Aidel-

MICHIGAN TO THE FRONT.
Present Registration Larger Than
Last Year's.
Tie followxing statement -shows the
number of students in the University
of Michigan rcgis'toed of ti-isc'cre-
try's ofiec 00 ti-i 11th day of Octo-
hor, in 189(6 and 1897:
tepartmeint o- 1 19 897
Literature, scicec, -rs..123 219)
Engieering ........29 1 2W,
Mfedicine andil one,ry.. ''-i29 411)
Phariiacy........ 6; 7
Deitalisuger......14 2.r
t-omootathic-i-i-ic-iocllege 40 57a
3611 25)h)
If thle rgitiaion ftei tis at i-i-
1897 equlals' that oif 1396i'tie total
climber of sudnts in the Cleniar,
excluciv-e of sumomer'schiol stetiis,-
nill ho na-iei-itquite 3200
It is readilyls-enicon the abcoe
tahlecthtntthere nas been a'iniin-
ovr--cdeatmenlct extol-t tle jnIj-i i-iii
iwilrmo'there hliibeen a-i-isIf I.B. ii 1 iii
gains by- dot-ilrtmumeits a- 'i ' 1011011-
Literary, 8; ng-ineering, 4;Ihaw,170;i
Iphitlil y i-i-idenl-li31t;I homopaticii--
Mi~chganensian Law Prizes.
Ih lIaa' eioeir--iof tIe1-ic hidgan-
o-i-iaotitar-id off te tlol'-winig riz-in
tlastod-ils01119' 01 9riui'lstt-to o
Twlve idollarin, ilaw- huoks (fuo
lah -ocrio of fore osit ileobttti
legraleglt toy.orsorioc.llg
F ighlo dolla's inl law- books for te
hbs om0111 il-i'diutilonary of fifteni
"The '-'ne-i-Cpritzes for lierary co-
timlitions to the Mieiiaeuiicoillxvi
lie uuouiu 'i-i by ti-icbat- inia shot
Michigan's Crack Rider.
Harriy Marh, Mihi,an's crack bicy-
clust of '9),tias ;joined iicparty of
prtofessionls- who are toiinig te
countyan- itlliiifolow the entire cer-
tit into Mexico. The riders ravel in
fwc specci ca-is ad are mnaagig to
have man uex aped good ime. Marsh
is 11usfrounding into for-i--ind Ist
week at Peoria, Ili., node Secod to
(ard-ne, idefesing lthe- great Tu
Cooper aod thers of eqal not. Sik-
oess and a bad fall in -te early seaso
kept him off the track al summe r.
Th'e rest. howiever, did hiin good aid
from now on, brring, accidents, he
nill doubtess be foud inog te
leadlers,-
8 ..L, A. seats.;'is ,red at
Wahr's and Palmer's Thurs-.
day, 8 a. m.

UNIfTED STATES SENATOR Wil. E. MASON.

Students should try us before
making any purchase. We are
hound to satisfy and please. Our
large stock of Law and Medcal
Books, in short, Text-Books for
every department in the University,,
new and second-hand enablesĀ° usI
to sell at the lowest price.
Blank Books and U. of M. Sta-
tionery at low prices.
Make our stores your headquarters.
WAHR'S BOOK STORE
Up Tows Dews Tows
S. Stale at. Opposite lCou tfous
_Ass Arbo Bainst.

ied tn-c years at Birminghamii Coliege.
By -utternatiug periods of ienoliiig
wifh study, lie waos enabied to make
his 'n-ny through school and sutaport
himelcf untii he was adniitteiitio the
bar in 1871.
Mrt. Mason 1-asaiways icon a
stlaunch 'tepttbliian. FHe ina-serveid
onie tore-i in t(liow-cr iouse and one
in the 'upper Ihoi-so of thestato Ie"in-
lature of Illinois, 'and two terns as a
member of co-i-irex --
In 189'ihe enterdthe canmas-ito-i
the United Stales Senite, and won one
of the most remarkable and nt-hi-i-
batles ever fought at Springfieidli-i
1n 1873 11r.? Mason was married to
Miss Edith Juiia While,.of Des'.fiues-
low-a, an-d they 'av nop'interest-i"
familiy.
Ho -s notedfor brevity, enneisentcx
dad poitedness of slatei m I and be-
ing possessed of areedy wit Ania,
hr ac know-i go of public affaits, he

phlui Doboimeng Society: te'i-r-ii a-l
il-i-i-iby t-i presd-nt;debt e,"to-
sobvd c-lhaot pollt- -ffil-iationis. prefer-
-iti-i to inudepeniden ttiou inpolitics,"
W. B. Pitkin, eadei of tfliafirtmative,
C' -B.FHarveyil-ider -of -il-inenotive.
Fx-eryo-ne ittrestedin de biling sin-
v-ited toIatte v
Alpha Nu Program.
Everybody isxveito-ine hoatten-il l-ie
Aphua Nii meeig it 7-30) o'cliii'k nxl
-- ituday evoi n-i--iT-le prx'-rain will
be as folios: iiipiomiptu umusc. I.
G. Divukn-,ondebate, "Res-!olvcdThai
governmlenti'by injunction is being
used to excess in the imted SI-tes,"
alflrri--otive T. Bat iesi and A. It.WitadngtvD.RHoead
J. C.Bills,; iproutpi I'. Engelha rd;
'A irgeaglass coaermng has lien ~ ill'
0overtue pimuping rooniotfthe boiler
tonse

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