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VOL. VII. No. 175. ANN ARBOR, M[CHIGAN, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1897. Four. PAGES-3 CENTS.

Receivedi a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
and Trouserings
1 89,-&7
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN.
CIGARS TO BUN...#
anid' good ones too. We
$carry all the leading popu-
lar brands and can suit
your taste. Cigarettes and
0 Tobaccos, too.
0
j PALMER'S PHARMACY.
465S. STATE ST.
College Meni!
College Girls!
While cltivatinz yoor bead
don't forget your teet. Here's an
axiom.
The correct College Shoes, Mens'
and Girls' sell for $3.50, $450 and
$5.00.
TAN, GREEN and BLACK.
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR.
No Bicycle 0
® 0
is Comlete
oWithout a
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0 We have Cameras that are0
0 specially adapted for bicy c-0
S lers at $.00 to $20.00. $8.000
will get a good one. Ask0
0 for Catalogue. 0
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0 CALKINS'-:-PHARMACY,
WAHR'S BOOK STORE,
Just received another lot of
that fine U. of M. Monogram
Paper, the popular shades
Blue and White; also a New
Stock of the Various High
Grade Correspondence Paper.
Visiting Cards Engraved, antI
Plate Printing.

TO WORK 1N HARMONY.
Plans for IUnited Action of S. C. A.
and University Y. M. C. A.
Thie commnittee representintg the
tde'nts' ('hristian Associatien and
ttte University Young 'Be's Chiristian
Associattoit has dirawn uip tihe follow-
tug-- repert:
tnorsiter to htarnenize te'neck tind
ttrgtt nizotiot e trChrtstian Associa-
titn wviithteiok andti srgaiizatiett of

(c) All :relations with te state atnd
itnternational Y. M. C. A. anidY..AV. C.
A. contentions aitd workers.
5tis.-Memnbers of the S. C. A. shtall
lie active or associate ittetubers of te
Y. M. ('. A., or of tihe Y.-W. C. A.,
acrcorditig to thte basis mntioned in
provision 3d above.
6til. A cormmittee consisting of the
Presidents and the General Vice tree-
idets of the S. C. A. and the Univer-
sity Y. Of. C. A.. together with a msemn-
ltcr of te lBoard of 'Truistees of cacti
o iizimtinsitill draw utita ettnstit-

oier l dat thet'samte tsStimet eeStot ans. by-lawvs'for the 'S. C.-A. andt
scoot4wistly te lotcat condtitionsettle the attiliatedl soscitis,ecryig out
thlosris-i ipropseti: te trovisiossabove mtetntioned in do,-
t Ot.'T110 8. I'. "A. sittiti thttstt(e its; tld, e111 Itis ttgl'c1etet sthall becttite
presest urtatiintiiott t tntworst stny1iiig Wisetn stutch onttltiotssal
sito far asitado :necesiry itby t he e iectsadopited bty the Clhristisa
chtattgtes folloswing. , sseicitiotis ticntionted.

I

shalt ht ctiettcsclso atoto reai, "The
Yttittt "ion's iChristitaniAssociaition,
thte isttitg Ooiset's Citrist4istitAssocisa.
ticnthts Voltunteer B.-it1, its., are

uecsogn-izedcst ietffiliated socictit's, etc."
:3d. The Y. itt. C. A. ottd Y. W. C. A.
stistit iteorotgantizedt ttntlt'r prosvisiosi
liite thotuse'in oilier colege associtiotns,
is('. to mt ie. sex, bsasis of tmemtber-
sip, sbuit tie-ic conistituitiont shall tire-
vtie tiit,
(ta) Te Prs'siden'tts sif thetsecrntt-
il titns shtall, subiject to rititifiration Sty
the S8. C. A., hi' the twvo Getneraltitec
tresidtitts of t'e S. C. A. aitd their
T're'asutrershattll Ste Assistanit Tresas-
tsrt'ro of tie S. C. A.
lit) 'rit ansdinig commiittees of
t'es,' ors-anizationis shiall be mtembers-c
of teestnditig cotittees of te S.
ii. ..'.Tey ohall ibo atptointed bsy the
rPresiident of te S. C. A. with tie ail-
siretintd apptroval of te Presittetits of
te respective associations, and She
mint lines of work carried on bsy the
setarate coitoittees shall first be
agreedl si in She joint mteeting of the
coni; itttees as commtittees of te S.
'C. A.
(i') Work in te separate depart-
metistoof te Snirersity shall ito in
chsarge of She S. C. A.. and the officers
of te affilitated societies shall he elect-
cit -by and shall carry on She work of
te tmen and women of te University
as a whole, atid not of te departmsents
as such.
4tht.The affiliated societies shtall
have charge of
(a) Such separate meetings for men
aitd women as the .s. C. A. shall by'
vote provide for, and these shiall not
be less than two each month of the
college year.
(b) Any work that the S. C. A. shall

Michigan Dehating League.
The _liciiigtn DebtittugSeagi crout-
mtittee iteldt atbusinies itietitig last
eveining ini Detti litlettiis' officie.
of t lie iiieet~iitid . . K Sepner see-
re'tariy. J. S. Lathters wass iccitid
presidesnt of the Cntra-l Ssbattig
iLsagits, antd Prot.'Trueblotod was
chtioenithSie facutlty mieitber of tiie exe-
cuttive comitteili". T'eirwo emersc
itt the gradateai'coutitil at Chicago are
It. Mtic~lnnty atid E. C. Siiiiec. Tiie
iecameil has silecet Stneutiis oiteni
j'tdges andtiwSioettljecis for tltbai',
bitS these have not yet beeniaiae pub
Adelphi and Alpha No Will Meet.
'rite Asistiuti aitit Alpha Nit Societies
will metietlogether nttx Saturday even-
ing ini Aideliti Htall. It adiions to t'e
entetiniing progritmtiwhich te .Adel-
phi has prairedt,te 'vlttly deiat-
lng Scoat will be tiresentaousp eicitsn
the rtlbatiiiitleass-of te Utiher-
ally. Prof. Trureblood has also con-
sitnted to he tpresentiaitispickion li.'

'Varsity Men to Ithaca.
The 'V'arsity baseball Scam will
leave for Ithtaca, where Cortnell will
be plttyed stoorow, at 10:05t tonight
over te Michigan Central, arriving
there at 12:13 p. in. ltorcocv. Be-
sides Maitager Atkinson and Coach
Watkins te followitig playei's will be
takent: Lunni, McGee, htiller, Sawyer,
tendonSHeatrd, Xolff, Sullivant, Lud-
tows, Shteean tand Butler.
Tie unmpire for bot Cornell gaines
till be appoinitedt by Pre'sitdent Vonit,
oft te Natiottal Lhague.
Prof. Russell's Intended Tour.
Prof. Rutssell wiii leave in July for
thie Ctascade Mocntilsts o tike up istIl
work on tePUnied Staites Geological
Survey.lHe still cindy te cott iistnts
of te Catscade regioti. He spout She
vctioneitlast 3ear ii i'aeiitg ero
te glttelers of OMount Rasnier sits]in
studyingg use artesittit wells of eatercn
Washintigon: Professor Rstttecilhas
speint three sttissttcs ini Alaska, goitig
tar upt te Yukont and Porcupiine rh'ers
toil leetratinig coutriy tat scientific
iteitlhad nte cid ietore.
Street Numbecs.
'Tto cotmmiotscottitil of AnnitAior
rentity passsedl Ottortdinantce providhing
for ite nttcc sysletit of nunibu-ring
houses. The usethod is Shot callesI. tii
P'hsittdelphsia or Htudred ltn wihere-
by ecrt block is ghven a hutndred nun-
biecrs. All streets ruinig north ad
south cwill startS to numssbrr routlS-t.1
ruts of. atid those cast and cvest at
Medal to Princeton Professor.
The thoyal Academty of Sciececss and
Letters-,of Genittark lias awGardi'tl a
goltSdimedal for te bestwtrk onta
griucusl question in sociatl ethics to J.
Msui'rk Baldwin, tsrnfsssor of tssyitol-
oscy hut Prinicetotn University. The
tsetuoi's siubmuited cc'ere nine in uuit-

utihirsocs o eausit-strt. . iiber and. crileitte1 four ltti-uasges.
attendaince of -both societies is expeoci- Possa'Btdcitoecyctsse
ed and an enjoyable evenuing is gusar- uuuyo iec-akette Sca
tubd t al wo rute ' autd Ethical Interpretaions of (liea
P. D. Eain-ami of Detroit, trill tire.
side A cmplte pogrm wil a Prhucitdca of Mental Developncui,"
side A onupoleproram ril OPaunounced for early liuhiLiatioii.
sear in tomuorrow's ?Daily.
Liwrence A. tchottih, A. B., '87,
High School Oratorioal Association. a rsn rfso fGr!ai
The second meeting of She Ann A-r- Lauguauges and Litersatures in Ness
bor High School Oratorical associationVouk University, has rcr'ntly secured
was held at 3 p. oai. Wednesday. A $100000 to, be spent at euice. for books
c'ote of thanks was tendered Profs. for te German departtaont library.
Trueblood and Pattengill, who have Non- Vork University 'ecently laid the
done so naucla to make the. organiza- corner stone of its nice library builil-
then a success, and the following of- ing, whtich is to cost$730,000.
firers were elected: Guy Bates, presi- Tune 4 and 5, toter-High School meet
di-mt; Miss Lillian Hillman,- vice-prs-a a tbr
eident;. Mr. Knapp, secretary; Allen Track Xeet Saturday, 3 p.
Broontball, treasurer. inm., at Athletic Field.

W AHR'S BOOK STORE
iP Tows Down Tows
S. Sate it. Opposite Cts se'
Ass Arbor Solo st.

I doom -most wisely
Iwomen separately.

done for men and

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