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December 05, 1891 - Image 1

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VOL. II.-No. 53.


Jeffersonian Society Entertain- Freshman Caucus.
ment. --
- The Independents of the Fresh-
The seating capacity of the law man class held their caucus this
lecture room was taxed to its utmost morning, in Room A. J. M. Davis
last evening to accommodate the acted as chairman. After the min-
number of citizens and students who utes had been read, nominations for
assembled to enjoy the Jeffersonian president were made. The nomi-
Society entertainment. The exer- nees were Van Tuyl, Trott, Abbott
cises were opened by Mr. A. J. and Yeomans. On the first ballot
I)avis, president of the society with Van Tuyl received a majority of all
an address of welcome. Mr. Davis the votes cast and was declared the
also spoke of the present age, as an nominee for president.
age of progress, and treated his sub- For vice-president, the nonina-
ject with rare skill. A cornet solo tions were Misses Taylor, Crane,
by C. W. Collins, accompanied by Sturgis, Thompson and Post. On
Miss Minnie Davis, followed, and the first ballot Miss Taylor wasse-
this effort well merited the encore it lected. It was moved and carried'
elicited. that the secretary cast a ballot for
'Moored or Afloat,' a paper by J. M. Davis for treasurer and Mr.
iH. F. Wentworth, was an excellent Goodrich for secretary.
production, having for its object the For class orator there was a spir,
proving of the theory that stability ited contest. The nominees were
is the key to success in our every James Kuh, James S. Handy, C. M.
undertaking. tHolt and Messrs. Trott and Felder.
A guitar solo by J. M. McGill was On the fourth ballott Holt was
creditably rendered and received an elected-55 to 41.
encore. A society paper, entitled ----" - --
"Csnglomeration of Flatulent Gar- A Uniue Contest.
rubity '' ly J. H. Whitely, was a Next Friday evening an entertain-
happy effort, abounding in wit and maent will be given by the Oratorical
humor, and was fully appreciated Association, which will undoubtedly
by the audience. A vocal solo en- furnish much amusement and in-
titled "The Distant Shore,'' by Mrs. struction. It will consist of a con-
lleaaan, was finely rendered. test between representatives from
trhen came the debate, the subject the literary and law departments, to
of controversy being " Resolved, see who can pronounce the best.
That Selfishness is a Greater Civil- The former will be captained by
izer than Benevolence.'' Mr. C. O. A. H. Nichols, 'gt, and will be
tlolly opened the debateand with an apportioned as follows. Eight ladies,
array of solid arguments endeavored two from each class and sixteen gen-
to rove that selfishness or self-in tlemen, four from each class. The
terest is the most potent factor in laws, twelve from each class, will be1
modern civilization. Mr. R. H. led by A. C. Gormely, law '91. The
Hall, of the negative, followed and latter have already held a prelimi-
proved himself thoroughly cenvers- nary contest to see who shall go on.
ant with the subject under consider- The referees will be Profs. Knowlton
ation, and advanced some telling ar- and Scott. The entertainment will
guments in favor of benevolence. be held in University Hall. The
No formal decision on the debate was admission will be 25 cents, which
rendered. will be used to defray the expenses
Next on the programme was a piano of our candidate to Evanston.
solo from Chopin by Miss Minnie
Columbus and America.
I)avis, who acquitted herself in her C
customary grand style. Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, who has
"Sweet be thy Slumbers," a quar- made such a reputation as a lady
tette by Messrs. Van Horn, Palmer, lecturer, will deliver a lecture on
Davis and Barnhart, of the law de- "Columbus and the Discovery of
partment, closed the evenings enter- America,' to-night at the UnityClub.
tainment, and was a fitting climax This is intended to be one of the
to a programme repfete with merit. best that she has ever delivered,.
This is a rare opportunity, and no
Ted Smith was in town Thursday one should miss hearing it. The
night. Clemnenceau Case. price of admission is 25 cents.

The Law Students in Dickens'

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Prof. Abbott will give a talkOUM1 BE
before the Webster Society next
Tuesday evening, on "The Law Stu- Mailed to You Your
dents of Dickens' Novels." This NEW
is a very novel and interesting sub- C HAPTER1
ject to all, and especially to studentsofh a Dc s r-lfU n
of the last. Dickens' portrayal of Uo a a
characters of all kinds are very PRICE - .:. APPLICATION.
interesting, and his characterization

of lawyers and law students is pe-
culiarly striking, as the author was ILIST
himself a practitioner for some time. Manufaeturers of Finest Plain
'he meeting will be held in theantlJetted Soiety Badges.
law lecture room in order to accom-
modate all who wish, to attend. A
discussion on the question, ''Be-
solved, that a lawyer should also be
a politician, will also be given, and
the programme interspersed with
music. The society extends a spe-
cial invitation to its friends in all
departments to attend this meeting.
Pr tNthen you want the Latest Metropolitan Styles
Prof. Scott on the Newspaper.
----_ tin Shoes at St to st a pair tess than Ann Arbor
Prof. F. N. Scott left the Univer tprices,send for catalogue to
sity Wednesday, on a short lecture R H. FYFE &
tour. le lectured before a Chicago * j1 *1 F
autadienceThursdayevening tatn "How DETROIT, MIWII.
to Read the Newspaper.'' Ile treat-
ed his subject in an interesting and Chap. Speller & ,
masterly manner, answering the i UIVersity Oullitters,
questions of, what is the newspaper, 21) Sac sTirAtI ST., ANN ARBOR.
what part does it play in aur daily
lives, what is its office, and where Neckwear,
did it come from. Prof. Scott lec- Dress Shirts, Gloves
tured last evening at Freeport, Ill.
He will return in time to resume his Underwear,
work on Tuesday.** GENTS' FURNISHINGS, o 3ts
The records of the games played
in the Inter-Collegiate Foot-ball As- Euglish Mackittoshes,
sociation this season is as follows: Athletic and

Games Games Points oppon's . .Gyr1masitum Goods,
Colege sa. Ltst. Scoerst. Soee.j tasaottoacttrta
c< lee. >. L<t. s L sore )F EVERY DESCRIPTION.
I. - Y l ..... a 1- tit U
1. Princeton.. 2 1 97 19
3. U. of P.-- 1 2 18 72 SYE TIME AND MONEY
4. Wesleyan - 0 1 10 149
The score made by each college By tuying your
againt the others are as follows:
Yale. Princ'toti. U. P. wesley'
5. Yale,. .--15-0 49-0 '5-
4.W sean 0-76 0-73 10-18 -.... of us while we are here.
Mr. J. A. Bordeaux, of Butte CALLAGFHAN & Co.
City, ; -Montana, and Miss Helen
Geddes, of Ann Arbor, werequietly PUBLitssEss,
married last Saturday. Mr. Bor-
deaux is a junior law and Miss Ged- 114 Monroe St., Chicago.
des a well known Ann Arbor - lady.
We extend to them our best wishes. 50 S. State St., Ann Arbor.

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