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VOL. II.-No. 56.


Silk rTiles" for the Senior Laws.
Tlhe senior law class met in the
law lectulre room yesterday morning
after Prof. Thompson's lecture.
on motion of A. J. Loeb, a corn-
nittee was alppointed to meet with
conimittees from other classes in all
departmnents, for the purpose of
making arraugmeats for the proper
celebration of the anniversary of
Washington's birthday. The follow-
ing is tie commmitee: H. A. Smith,
A. A. McI~aulghlin and C. 0. Holly.
Whsen this business was dis-
patced, a motion was made thlat a
rommlnittee be appointed to select a
:ilk "tile'' to be tused by the class
on class clay. Some one suggested
that one hlat would not be sufficient
for 300 stludenits. A motion was
maduse to amend lay subhstituting a
tennis cap, and an additional motion
seas mande that thse question be
referred to tile commitee on brick-
yarsds. 'Ihe original mlotion and
all its ainendmnents were lost. 't'wo
notions, thsat the class select a class

Prof. Langley on Metallurgy.

Ovide Musin.


Prof. J. WV. Langley, of the Cres-I
cent Steel Works, of Pittsburgh, has
begun his series of lectttres before
the Metallurgy- class. They will
continne during this week, and are
held in Room: B of, the Chemical
Laboratory at as1:3o. Prof. Langley
treats of the oractical side of the
nmanufacture of steel, and of electro-
metallurgy, in a very interesting
The Mathematinal Club.
At tie last three mseetings of this
club, the early Grseek geometers
have been quite thoroughly dis-
cussed. It is well knowii, however,
that some of the greatest advances
in this subject were made by the
Hindoo and Arabian nathemati-
clans. In accordance therewith, the
elub has decided to devote one even-
ing to tihe orks of those ancients
outside of tile Greek school, and at
the next meeting, Frisday eveining,
Dec. i1 sil, illRoom i17,I'r-Of. lwet

To-night's progrmme will be one
in which all can find enjoyment.


ise are sure that no violinist could I Mailed to You
hr brought here who wvould more --- Through Your
comnmand attention than Silr. Oside N'EW
1. F. fliesa.Suite foeeiasnoad violin- - - Upon :
...... ...... .... Ovisle RMis i ndibsed Scharf PRICE *-APPLICATION.
?. Waner.ESilas' Dresa, ,oiegri-_-
-- - - - - - - - ------------------Ie-aratsee
3t. MassenetI. Air ti-oni "Tie Maggie".-___ ? L
4. Mozaret. Ale frmiMagin Slaute Ossiny _ LIST Hlliiit& v.
----------------- --------Aniinviieoisev''niier-Musia i Maaiilctueresatfisestlini
). ilalery. Ale l'eoai "La ''uie"EiaiiSenger ind Jeiwelled Sciety IBadges.
6i. Chopin. Neourne i Psaip. DTOT I- IH
Sgainibati. Minuo,DTOT IH
Wvagier-Birassiii. "aogic Fire".-__
.....--------------------_1 5uasid Scharf
i. Artat. Variationsfoe voice and vialin,,
-------------------- - - Me.ssnd Mad.SiisiiiI
85. tRubinstein Oiio---- ----. ._ _
----- ---- ----- --.nez arm-ate ndlEmit "enger
1. a Wanier-Wiiheli. Preeislied.E
bSMasin. CipriceieCocsrt
ill. Verdi. Quartette Ceiim Iigollettin
Such an elegant programme should
lie ceard liy all, anil we trust that
tie aunace at this concert msay he iiiooanteiistMeeliiitre
esven larger than at the first. in Shosii t0ino SIa iirleless liihan i,AelArbe
__ ,f . - rices, send foriCtlo getoi

canle a:id a class tin veire voted trill gil-c a talk iiii 'The early hisio- Foot-gall opinions from Afar.i R I. FY E & (
losw-. ry of mathalletiis, inspartici-lar 'I
J. 1-t. Whiitely then secureid ihicamionag tile \rabiaiis."' '.11int~er- There hislaeeii aniistiallllal>its-1>I TIO'1'l'h ' Il
!loor, after thaeiioise ia n iiieswhiat estedin i the sljent are i rili-il to sence ofsggg ti ear. Whlat j -a~'
lbtd n oe hti e te ten.t ittle 111nncrcssara row ghtless there jejhat┬ž eller & to.
seiise if the' class that a silk. stile" LwUprmno h .C .!wslalst year sras eiitirels- remodios-vrst 1tftes
hoe adotitedl as a class hit. This _____andl ileaneir exliibiiionsif fiiot-liall i 0 I l i Sri T Sir.. A N A ItB0ll.l
mosihoni was1carieud by a rising vote ITle menmhers of itie Studenils' liiiecnicieriblen ciliiiisrii lint on
of: to to hS .Ihiiriii" the progress Chiristians Association froiiithe liwtate IC iii lic illIveisity leamiiofINeckweear,
of the count Niessrs5.1 lotiiilil oi d departmneit --has-a desviscd a plaiito .Chicao-an iiwshich "Slnu, C i lii Dress Shirts, Gloves,
MNc("arty- eiiagedin i a he-ated alter-incirease interest ini their lreetiligs Ortlly aind"''Profe ssion-al Ames play
eahioli over ticeituestiooi tileIc' whlichi are hell iln Nessblerry Ha ll I has estaiblished tareputlionorl liii 1IUnderwvear,
o~r 110 "tile",and fiiially fell to ever y'T'uesdlay evenling.Instead of ( "entleimanly tlay. if the reportes "GENTS' FURNISHINGS, "1 Best
'scrappig" toler the beinchies aiii the usual seeekly depaartmieint prayer j thiat ireacih 115iciiiiithii Univiisty iif ihl-
iii tlie floiri Whiei the comiiaan lts mleeting, 10 seriesuif hiatf-hour talks -\Nlichiiiaiii -re tru iitelailitey r
they " FO L GOODS,"
wcare separiteidItch.arty's idamiaiedin by hrominlenlt lilelillels of thicbar c hardly to be doubtudcdIonrioiiiiateil
Iose lewas foundllhtol hitthe tiii iiI!iandIothers,Ilas Ibeena arraiigeid. Tle is they aieliy the C hicago dilies ics l111151 ackitIafli( ,
casuialty. first of these talks seas giv en tiy Iiac.IthleAll-ivuseirsity- teaiishIls playedh Athiletictt<and5
I luring thle coinfusiso fotlowiug Rufus W'aphes last ight.I his tl emlef a most mucner1111 gamae, aniar (s-nultsiuli{gods
annilouncemienlt that the "'tile'' hart i eas ''The liower of Conusc ieiie. sefrsetnIemsol pa FE'Ivv'et'Itiod
wo, mmbr f heclssmoedThe atwayer, absose nil othler iieia sewith thiciiatill they maendh their seays.
thant class ''pants'' be adohpted, hut hat thiought, shlould be conscientious Wh ite the IThanksgieiiag trill sa the SATE TIME ANDT MOITEI
tile presiding officer ignloredl the if haewould succeed. IT'heir inlu- U Iniversity of Mtichaigan ehevena was
la:i , hto~aaa ncdes ence on thet conmunity has comec to not an entire success, as fai as sieto-fihe ~i
seas made and seconded that "'over- be so great that it is almost as imi-ries are coner'ned, it demonstrated
alis" be substituded for pants.. portant to have Christian nmen amoing, very clearly to those whso watched I j ..xflWr..,
That class adjourned, withsout the bar as in the pulpit. the ganats, that that eleven of M\ichi-
motion, in order to witness the These talks will be givein every gan next year will be the finest that of us while we are here.
"smill" between Thompson and._ Tuesday evening ot 7 o'clock in Michigan ever possessed. Not only
McCarty., . Newber Hall, and will no doubt this, but it will crompare very favor- C L A EIN & C .
- prove very interesting and instruct- ably with any college team in that
The base-bil candidates at Priyct- lye, and should be largely attended- country, and if properly 'onched PULSES
ton began- gymna' mm 'work yester- by .the law students. and captained should play very close.
day. They wol l-goinoothe c ge im-- .-"- games with any team in -the country, I114 Monroe St.', Chicago.
mediately after. the Christmas vaca-' - -ndoor-. base-ball is all the rage at, the so-called big trio probably ex-
tn.----------- Chcgo- ' cepted.-Philadelphia Press. 5o S. State St., 'Ann Arbor.

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