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VOL. VII. No. SO. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MIOND AY, JANUARY 23, 1897. FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.

o (DJDv
Leading Tailor
AND IMPORTER,
FULL DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY.
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN.
gOh~
We've got 'a fine assortment of
g00(d pore toilet soaps, no per-
fame in them, ,jest soap and all
$ soap for 10c a cake, 3 for 2ie. Try
a cake nest time.
$ PALMER'S PHARMACY.
46 S.ISTATE ST.
DEEP CUT IN BENTS' SHOES
$4.OO HOES
Still on Sale for
JACOBS3 & ALLMVAN D,
WASHIN~GTON STREET.
Holiday Goods
--AT-
Brown's .?rug Store.
FULL STOCK. LOW PRtCES.
Corner of Maio and Huron sts.
KBabylon Coal is THlE BEST.
All grades of hsard ansd sft Coal.
Camel Coal and Coke.
X. STAEBLER,
Telephone No. 8. One dosr East of Ameri-
can House
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF DANCING

JUNIOR HOP COMMITTEE chairman tile mieetings shall be pre-
- ~sided over Iytshe cha'o~irman of thes
Meets and Adopts a Constitution commtrittees in their ordei, inamely,
and c-lairmian arraigoeents, receptioni,
adBylaws. dec-orationi sld insilation.
Thes follownig conistittutiono and by- 11.-It shall bethtle duly of t-he or-
las have been adopted by the Juiiior raligelltent commlittes' to priovide fbi
1101 commliittee:11h111, dressing rooms, refresisients,
Article I--This oritlonloatiosishlnl b borkepr, .1and1 attend to tny othcr
kn.w0asthei Jinior lHop cononittee biisiiicss exclnsive ofthtie duties of theI

I

'sf the IT'liversity of 'Michiigaii, and
shall coinsist of on1e active loenibir if
each of the folosing literacy frater-
oilies: Clii k's, Alpha Delta Phi.
Delta Rapist Epsilon, Sigma tPhi, Zeta
Psi, Psi Upsilon, Bets Thietat Pt, Phi
Kappia Psi, Della Upoion, Delt LtVan~
Delta, PI Delta Theta, Sigma Alphas
Epsoilon, 'Theta Delta Clii, Sigma Chi.
and two iiidependents 10 be i-hosen by
the tidependents of 'tlhe Juiior clas
if the literacy departiient each year.
Article I--The purpose of thits or-
gamization shall be to give a hop eaelh
year, the date of whichi shall be ide-
teirmlinedl by the comnititee.
Article 11.-No local fraternity shaill
have representation tupon1 flits coml-
mitteie unltil it shall have beeii tstals.
Iliedl anid recogiied as a literary
fraternity iii this University fur sue
yeitr previous to date isaf applicationi.
Article IVi.-Tlie officers ;of thits or-
ganizationi shall be general chirmnan,
a secretary, a treasorer, chairiaai of
irranigemnit coimmittee, chirmniii r-
ception commiittee', chaIrman idecorai-
tion comimiittee', chairiiian invitationi
oininittee. and ilensoers of vusrious
enninittecs, and1poiisonis shall rotate
amlonig lihi meiibters sit the coiiimittee'
it-coriiug to the siciemii' here'sith isp-
penided: (1T1e scheme is nut yet coisi-
iloted.-Eul.)
Ini the altos's'scheme lihe oifice rs
iniove. down sine lec each year until
lie offIice of general chiairioan has
been10'held bsy-eacls fraterniityt-in turii.
,thcy thluenimove thei' pisces so that

othie'i'cslnusittces as idefinedi.
IVX.-tt shaill be tiii duly of tie to'
teition csiiiiet' to pirovide for the
Isairuniiesses iind to have entire s-harge
of th isliolt beginiing oiths the niarchs.
V-It shall be tile duty of the tdecor-
ation comnmitlee to irovide for the
deoorotions, incusding arranigemients
of the ailli d boollis, and11 also to
provide the('nmusic.
Vt.-It shall !be tihe dilly of the in
vitaion coiliniftee to proviude for and
tistribnte inivitations aiid programs,
anul print aiid distribute tickets,. This
comimittee shiall have the phowser to
re'fuse tickets in o bjectionable lpirsoiis.
VIL-Thsere shall hi'tin auiting
comimsittee consisting of three miioi-
lois appointed by thu geoeral chlai r-
Iiimnl. It shl libeltii'i'r-duitylto oudlit
.all bills.
VII.l-ItshallIt'eth' dimly of the
treasuirer' toiiefeir all bll,, to l'te ntu-
itig e'ouin~iitt'elaidto keeptoi in-c'os'-
isle -scunt of all mnoneys receised
and dsbsursedl by him, HIts books
sliaollbe'o1p(10for thins iipectison oithti
IX-It shloh h ut sy of the sec-
ritutry to ketepillsaccurate i'ecoi'dIof
all sei'tings and ttt attiesud tt the cor-
N.-tue meetings shall bte conduluctued
in thei. folloss'iig oridir
1. theadiing of the iiinsites ust mucus"

PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT.
Much Enthusiasm Shown at the
Baseball Meeting.
sefx~
Jilging from the enthusasm shown
it the meeting of baseball candidae
,aturday night 'the comning season will
ite a most successful one. Seventy-
five -andidates handed in their names
for competition aid this number will
doubtless be largly increased by the
imne fthat ot-of-door training arrives.
Speeches nero made by Manager
Atkinson, Cptai'iMller, Dr. Ral-
otgo anid Messrs. Richads and M-
Kenzie. 'Manager' Atkinson assuredl a
gaotl schedlule with a possibility of
meeting C~rell and 'Pennisylvania, as
nell as western teans. As yet, hoe-
t'ver, nothinig definite can be <announe-
oi, except thast the eason will e
openeid in Detroit, with the Detroit
Leagueo teani on Ari'l 1th.
ProsidctlonRichards, of the Athletic
Association, urged 'hard coupetition
for positions on the team and proms-
td thle hearty support of the Athletic
Association.
* ttligan's present positin iii west-
cciin Riuur-ollgiate baseall is shownvr
biy the fact that Knyon College has
writti'n here to -scre a Mic-igan
coach for ler tani this yar. The
grailsitit system nosy being introtduced
will hilp muchet to tirni out ia good
ttctiii this cool.
Mr. Goddards Addren.
Suniday ionaing Mr. Godiar, of the
_Mathenatical Depariiint of the Ui-
versity, "spoke tos:a small but enthus-
iastics' moeiig of studeits in New-
beirr'v 11l1.iIs theme wats "Service."
Tflitslit'developed ini atsimple ut
forcofil mianneir.
H~e first asked ftur (qestion: ()
'it ovas Ctle owork? (2) Who ws to
do it? (3) Why do we not do it?
t4) What preparation do we need?'
Those topics lie discssed sith the atd
of Bible references wlhsAh ho givelt'e
auieitnce to read.
His earnest plea was that each n-
divitdual studentt should conscrat'
himself anosw and go foibtiamong his
fellosw stuldins to work for Chris.
At 110 other fime of life, le said, woult
suchi a hiarvest Ito before us as now
presents itself at the U.niversity. Hi'
closedth t-ll hic prayer that the H-oly
Ghost manifest Itslf iclily tooall
thsose iresent.
After ta prolonged discussion the
authorities at the University of Wis-

2. Bulsiness lttfoesrt' st'iilsry
lrtassirer.

Or

. . .

two lessons a week. to te oldest fraternity.
27 Thompson Street. The general oliriianship onlisI

3. tt'its't of ctisiiitte'es
4. Unlinisllisil tsisint'ss.
5. Nosy Isosiriess.

-AT-
WAHR'S BOOK STORE,
Now is the best time to buy
SWEATERS

comnmittee can only bti'hitlid by fr'atier-
nity men.
Article V-The nicessary expenises
of the siop shall be defrayed bsy tile
admission fees, kilo ahitunlt itf swhichi
shall be deterinied by thle coimiittee.
Article Vt.-A tss'cstiirds vote of tihe
wvhole conimittee shall be necessary

(i. Aljotunseuit.
XI.-Mhitiiii of tadjormieit siiall ill'
chude ctine and llce of hneat meetimig.
Xtt.-A tsvo-thirds vote of the whlittle
ioinilitteo shall bte necessary to
.amend or asdd nessaritclets to tliesi'
bty-laNvs.
XIII.-Eleven inemsbers siiall jsioi-
hite a quosrumi.
Dr. Bancrofft, of W17asthington. D. C,.
lhas been selectetd to -bake the place
of Dr. Von I-blot, at Ohio University
of Cicago. lHe will deliver a course

We have the hoot qnality and to amend100orfiaddO newtis -ucist is
at te i-wes prce. constitttion.
at th lowst picIBY-LAWS.
Sporting Goods and Gymna- I.--It shall lie c-le ditty s-f time gen-
sium Supplies a Specialty. oral chairman to preside at -all mseet-
___________ - ingos.
He shall 'have pen-er tn coIl me-etings
W &H R'SI.BOOK STORE and shall1 call special nmeetings at the
request of two menmbers Of the' coni-
Up-Town " Dawn Town mite
-$0 S. State nt Opposite Court Hoone, mite
Ann Arbor Main i. 1.-In tile absemnce of the general

of lectureo ths-vwinter on "The Coiln-.cos in hove adopted in Ctoto the, rudes
ethltional and Political IHistory of of the Chsicago conference, regulating
the Utited States Cfcoin1840 to I18131.'smtenris.

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