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March 25, 1898 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1898-03-25

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Alt. Wail II,


At Wild's .
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our......
Buitings, Trouserings,
Fresh every week.
Only in packages-
60c a pound.
Lowney's if you
Just received a fresh supply of Allegretti, and
Williams and Werners Chocolates. Largest line
in tee city.
Lunches a, all hours.
R. E. JOLLY & 0O.
1308 South State Street.
Not the kind to hang on the
wall, but the indispensible oval
Hand-Mirrors. There is hardly
a size or shape that we do not
have. White, black and natu-
ral woods.
The prices are the quick sale

THE ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE Augustus McSnath, a friend of Pet-
tibone's youth........Chas. M. Bush
Victor Smythe, in love with Emily
Will Confine Its Efforts to oral Pettibone
Suasion. Bailiff, merely a bailiff...
.... Mr. Metheony
Altthough but little has been heard Thompson, a shce dealer....Mr. Hayes
lately about the AntI-Saloon League, Josephine Bender, Mrs. Theodore
the organization has not been at all Bender .................Mi-s Clarke
idle and is in an extremely active con- Evangeline Bender, her daughter
dition. A steady canvas for members ... ...Miss Spencer
has been going on and nearly 600 stu- Rosabelle Pettibone, Pettibone's sec-
dents are now enrolled. The officers and wife .................Miss Hall
are much encouraged over the results Emily Pettibone, Pettibone's daugh-
and hope to have the membership reach. ter .....................Miss Coverl
1,000 before the spring vacation. The Fifi Oritanski, from the Opera Com-
oticial organ "Frozen Truth" ws not ique ............. Mi., setk
meant to be issued at any regular time IoKaty, maid at Pettibene's..Miss holden
and will probably appear but once or Gretchen, Fifi's maid ......Miss Decker
twice more during the present school Ed de Pont. stage manager.
year. The various reports afloat in re- The performance will begin at 8:15
gard to the publishing of the names of sharp.
ctudents seen in saloons were abso- aSocety Programs.
lutely without foundation. Sucha
proceeding would defeat the Itrpose The Adelphi will meet tonight. The
for which the league was organized, following is the program for the even-
that is, to arouse public feeling against tng:
the saloons, and the idea has not been Music, Mr. French; speech, "Some
entertained for one moment. Defects of Our Common School Sys-
The remor that a member of the tem," Mr. Nye; debate, "Resolved,, that
league had been caught taking pot)- gymnastic work in the University
graphs of the interior of a saloon and should be made compulsory, unless on
its occupants is a piece of entire fle- account of physical disabilities, and
tion and was evidently started by some credit given for the same towards grad-
enemy of the league. uation," affirmative, Brilthart, Valle;
The league will not concern itself negative, Osgood, Minchin; reading,
with violations of the liquor law but Mr. Vas lHook.
will leave the apprehension and prose-
Ioutisn of all such to she city Anhi-Saoon The following program will be given
cuton f ll uchtothecit ati-a~crrby the Alpha Nu Saturday nigl t:
league. Evidence is being collected and IythoAptu A turday n ogt n
there is a possibility of certain wels. m . A. ELate "s'ltet,
lM. . Webster; debate, "Resolved,
known Unversity men being summoned that the United States should support
in the capacity of witnesses to testify
in regard to alleged violations of the England in her attitude toward Chi-
nese affairs," affirmative, Wells, Rey-
law governing the sale of liquor to
nolds; negative, Thompson, Van Horne.
students, minors and others.
A Fencing Club.
Comedy Club Tonight.
~ Since last Saturday's indoor Meet

S. L. A. Constitution.
Owing to the fact that a special
meeting of the Students' Lecture Asso-
ciation is soon to be called, the Daily
has been requested to print the follow-
ing constitution:
The name of this.corporation shall be
"The Students' Lecture Association of
the University of Michigan," aisd its
office for the transaction of the business
of the Association shall be and is here-
by located at the city of Atn Arbor,
county of Washtenaw, state of Michi-
gan, and the period for which it is in-
corporated is the period of thirty. (30)
yeass from and including this date.
4. The membership of this Associa-
tion shall be composed entirely of the
students of the University of Michigan,
and any person, male or female, who is
a student in ary of the departments of
the University st tichigan, in good
standing, and the owner and holder of
a season ticket to the lectures and other
entertainments of this Association,
shall be members of this Association
and entitled to vote and hola office
5. The affairs of this corporation shall
be managed by six directors.
6. The members of this corporation
shall, at its annual election, elect by
ballot from among the members of the
corporation, a Presidentu, Vice-Presi-
dent, Recording Secretary, 'Treasurer,
and such other officers as the By-Laws
of this corporation may require, who
shall hold their office for a per iod not
.et ceutug sese ye" nav.or rnts.t.a..t.a,.r2ty


Tonight the Comedy Club will pire-
sent "All the Comforts of Mone" at
the Athens Theatre. The club has been
rehearsing at the theatre all this week,


__and will present the play in professional
style. The seats are nearly all sold,
A E R S and the crowd will no doubt be larger
than any that has assembled to see a
3 OOKST O 0 E lplay since Booth and Marrett played
here several years ago,
Owing to a misunderstanding the lisp
NEW AND SECOND-HAND of actors and their respective roles giv-
B en in yesterday's Daily was partially
ext .B ook s' wrong. The following is publisned to-
For every department in the Uni- Alfred Hastings, Pettibone's nepew
versity. Law and Medical Books a
specialty. We can supply all your. ......-... . ......Mr.'Weadock
needs for the Second Semester at Tom McDow, a protege of Alfred's .
lowest prices.
Second-hand Books Bought,.Sold....................Mr. Page
and Exchanged..s Theodore Bender, Esq., a retired
Best Linen Writing Paper 15e and
25c per pound. produce dealer,.......Mr. Wagar
The A. A. Waterman Solid Goid Fountain Mr. Egbert Pcttibone, a peculiarly
Pensfor $S.25. jealous man ..... . tr. Young
Christopher Dabney,;a broken-down
WAHR'.00K STORE music teacher ...... ....Mr. Pilcher
Up Town fDown Town Judson Langhorne, a young maaiiof
S. Stae st. pposte CBourtouse
Ann Arhr Maie. leisnure. . . . r. Stone

there has been considerable interest
manifested in fencing by those who are
somewhat proficient in the art and by
those who desire to learn the art. Quite
a number of interested persons net in
the gymnasium last Tuesday afternoon
and a committee consisting of Messs
Niles and E. T. Berger were appointed
to draw up a constitution for a per-
manent fencing club.
The purpose of the club t ill be to
bring together all those interested in
the art of fercing for mutual benefit,
and to revive fencing as an athletic
sport in the University. The club pro-
poses to hold a tournament next year
and an instruc tor in fencing will be se-
cured in the fall. All those who desire
to join the club are requested to hand:
their names to either Mr. Niles or Mr.
In the athletic meet to be held in
Philadelphia, April 30, Michigan's relay
team will be matched against Pennsyl-
vania, Yale and Georgetown. It is to
be the feature of the meet.

exceeding one year, or until a majority
of the members of said Association
shall elect others in their steid. The
Directors for the time being shall have
power to fill any vacancy which may
happen in their board by death, resig-
nation or otherwise, for the sinexpired
portion of the current term of office of
such director.
Officers and Their Duties.
Section 1.-It shall be the duty of the
President to preside at all meetings; to
introduce speakers; to attend to the
printing of the general and single ad-
mission tickets and deliver the former
to the Vice-President and the latter to
the Assistant Treasurer. He shall pre-
side at the meeting of the electoral col-
lege and perform such other duties as
usually appertain to his office.
Sec. 2.-It shall be the duty of the
Vice-President to receive the general
admission tickets and tend to the dis-
tribution of the same, and preside in
the absence of the President.
Sec. 3.-It shall be the duty of the
Treasurer to keep all accounts; to re-
ceive all monies; to pay all bills duly
presented and duly signed by the Pres-
ident. He shall be required to deposit
a bond of $5,000.00 with the Steward of
the U. of M. He shall be req-t'red t,'
make a full report of the re ceiptsand'
disbursements at each regular meeting
and a final report at each annual meet-
(Continued on second page.)

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