VOL. VII. No. 172. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1897. FouR PAGES-3 CENTS.
DETAILS ALL FIXED.
F1l1 Constitution an BRv LaOws of
Received a full line of Novel- the Central Debating League.
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings Six years ago one of our professors
was the leader in the forming of thej
18 9 7 organizatrion now known as the North-
rn Orattorical League; its success has
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN. become assured. Last fall this sanse
n.an, T. C. "Trueblood, was mainly in-1
str+umental in perfecting the pins of:
the Central Debating League. The
Lowney's and Plows' Cho- eonstitution and b-haws of te league
colates either in bulk or are given forthwith:
pound and half pound
Packages, strictly fresh, 60 ARTICLE I.-NAME.
Cents a pound. Section 1. This organization shall
--X--- be known as the Central Debating
PALMER'S PHARMACY. League and shall eonsist of the follow
46 S. STATE ST. ing four universities: The University
J S'H + 'o; lichan, tthe University of Wos-
UNHD"cousin, Northwestern University, and
"'SHOES FOR T HE USHOD te Universiteo O ithago. 0
Some people are not as particu-
lar with their Shoes as others, ARTfIOLE II.-3-JECT.
but on colored shoes we think Section 1. It shall be the object of
everybody should take pains to
have them right, particularly in this league to foster an interet in
color as the slightest defect is debating by holding annual contests
magnified-We are mote than
careful when choosing our col- as herein provided for.
ored shoes to have them as near
perfection as money, care and -tt- CLL Il-OlI'LS.
judgment can make them. Section 1. The officers of this
oeagioi shall consist of a president, a
W . J A P RI L L Pic president,aseeretary and a treas-
oer. These four officers shall consti-
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN'IARBOR. lute tile executive esomittee of the
=a ====maammmmmmmmmmam t: gue, together 'with one 'member of
No Bicycle v thefltac ultyof each of the four univer-
0 1,0 sties represented.
iS Cotwtplete The oflieers shalbe chosen from the
s college associations in rotation as fol-
W ithout a los: In 1897-S the president shall
be from Michigan, the vice president
SKODAK from Wisconsin, the secretary from
Nortwestern, and the treasurer from
We have Cameras that are Chicago. In 1898-99 the president
specially adapted for bicyc-
e t t . . shall be from Wisconsin, the vice pres-
s ers at $5.00 to $25.00. $8.00 .
will get a good 0. Ask 0ident from Northwestern, fthe secre-
atory from Chicago and the treasurer
r for Catalogue.
from Michigan, and so on from year
0 to year.
I S -'- PHAR°MACYe Section 2. Bach university of the
league shall create a 'debating board
the majority of whom shall be men-
gy -AT--hers of the faculty. The faculty men-
WA HR'S BOOK STORE. bers shall be chosen annually by the
faculty, and the students as the col.
Just received another lot of lege association may deem wise.
that fine U. of M. Monogram Section 3. A graduate council of
Paper, the popular shades nine members shall be constituted as
Blue and White; also a New follows: Each university of the league
Stock of the Various High shall select two alumoni residing in Chi-
Grade Correspondence Paper- cago to sit in this council. The chair-
Visiting Cards Engraved, and man shall be an alumnus of soe
PlatePrinting. eastern university and shall be chosen
by the other members of the council.
Alt' ICLE IV.-.tYUTIEiS OF OF-
WAHR'S BOOK STORE FLIORS.
Up Town Down Town Section I. It shall be the duty of
S. Sao St. Opposite Court House
Ann Arbor - Main st. (I (Coinued on second Page.)
Senior Class Meeting. =a.
A meeting of the senior class has
been called for Wednesday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. The principal question to
coote 'before the class relates to the
cloatse to tax all the members for the
reception. They claim that the recep-
tion is a matter of interest to all mem-
bers whether they care to attend the
reception or not and that all should
pay the tax as a matter of class loy-
On 'the other hand a large propor-
tion of the members for various rea-
so0s do not care to attend the recep-
tion and so do not wish to pay for it.
'They believe that it is merely a mat-
ter of having a good time for those
who go and that the expense should
be borne entirely by those who par-
ticipate in the enjoyment.
The outcome of the discussion is
quite uncertain and it is hoped that the'
class will turn out in goodly numbers
1nd make the decision representative
of the class sentiment.
Alpha Delta Phi Convention.
Alpha Delta Phi held its ai.ootl con-
vention at Brown University last
week. The Brunonian chapter of that
insfitioninvto'd fhe sttdets otfhe
f'niversity to the public exercises hoell
in connection with the sixty-fifth an-
nual convention of the fraternity. The
subject of the esening was ""ea ooon
of the College to the Republic. "
Among the speakers were Edward
Everett Hale, Hamilton W. Mable,
editorof the Outlook, f. W. Smalley.
New York correspondent to the Lont
lon Times, C. A. Sewaro, J. It.
Choate and others. McGill Uoniversty
of Canada, was iniotiated at a lter
*oeeting held in the City of New York.
The next annual convention stili be
beld at Toronto University, Toronto,
Canada. The representatives from the
local chapter was J. H. Harris, '98.
Alpha Nu Society,
'The Alpha Nu literary program for
next week will contain a piano duet by
Misses Wright and Mallary, areading
by Miss Gardner, and five minute talks
by Messrs. Hodge and Dickinson. The
debate will be, "Resolved, that the
state dispensary system, as it exists
in South Carolina, is 'the best 'method
'of promoting temperance reform, af-
firmative, 'Messrs. I. Paul and Wells;
negative, Messrs. Carmody and H.
The Alpha Nu has accepted an invi-
tation to meet with the Adelpi next
Saturday. There will consequently be
no meeting of the society this week.
Michigan vs. D. A. C. Today.
The game scheduled for today with
Wittenberg ias been canceled and in-
stead Michigan will play her old rival,
the Detroit Athletic Club. The D. A.
C.'s were the amateur champions of
the United States in 192, defating
the N. Y. A. C. team, which contested
with them for the honor. Since then
they have each year had a strong ag-
gregation in the field and up to Inst
year had played annually with Michi-
gan, and the results of the games were
not always in Michigan's favor. While
not much is known of their strength
this year they are sure to play a strong
game and make Mlichigan work for a
vigtory. The team is composed almost
entirely of college players, among
them being several graduates from
The game will be called pro noptly
at 4:15 oclock.
'he probable line-up of the teams
will be as follows:
Miehigan-_McGee and Lunn, c.
Miller, p.; Condon, 1b.; Heard b.;
Wolff, s.9.; Sullivan, 3b.; Ludlow, 1. f.;
Cartwright, e. f.; Butler, r. f.
D. A. C.-Tuomey, c.; Gutihaid, p.;
Ducharme, lb.; Reid, 2b.; Callahan,
s.s.; Kelsey, 3b.; Shanahan, 1. f.; Ding-
wall, c. f.; Bacon, r. f.
The bicycle races left over from the
recent Freshman-Sophomore meet
tere run off at the fair grounds yes-
terday afternoon, the Freshmen win-
ing both first and second places in
both races. York won the quarter-
stile with Busch second. The mile
race went to Busch with York second.
No time was given out.
All of the candidates in the different
events are training hard for fts 'Var-
sity field meet, kSaturlay. it is cx-
treinely likely that several University
records will be smashed. Bashal
season tickets will u good. Itegtlar
admission 50 cents. One section of
the grand stand will be reserved for
ladies who will be admitted free.
'Ninety-nine defeated the All-Fresh-
men yesterday in a practice game 12
to G. Joyce pitched for '99, and Cal-
houn and Miller for the Freshmen.
It is quite likely that the first of the
inter-class ganes will be played Fri-
day afternoon. The schedule will be
made out this week.
Prof. Adams is with is classes
again. He has been away lecturing at
Johns Hopkins University.
Michigan vs. D. A. C. at
Athletic Field today at 4:15