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March 14, 1892 - Image 2

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,~{ graph and1 (aily newspaper. His
"o t lecture closed with a strong picture
of the cleat new<spaper. tie tihought
inshdthe.t5- (S edoyenSeartd)dyrio that the time iras rousing, perhaps
in the near future, when all newcs-
tapers weould hand together to irork
THE RGU PUIIQiNQMoues. in unity for the hightest endls antI
- - - -- ;lwen the truth that is umahking men
Jo i s; to the fart that lte rol- lresoill1 flutter dowiini daily upon
suis ofthe IDI.mi vare crowdledIeer(oirt.
with news we are useable to ainswer . . -
the eiditorial ini last Saturiday's cil- Douglas and Cosmopolitan.
lege W~eekly. FThe serotnd of the series of joint
debates between thse Douglas andc
ToI'H: s is' is in receipt of a coiti-I Cosmtopolitan debiating societies or-
snuuiraticin regardiitgtin oratorical Eturred Saturday afternoon. The
conest reenty hld n Oiobut(Law qini roomt was well filled wills

! Gieek, Latiin, Frenteh, Germtot, find M ithienatictit
Text"Boolts. New adto ndal l
jo k University Booksellers, State Street.
!I stl~I is lthe.LEADING SCHOOL of5 110515.
Fsor departmrnts-Csoimercia, oitexet-booki
a~ rmonscrip~t nrk-Englsh.Sherihan d an
- - Penmaonship.5irElest building, loige nt-

visibule iceimitst deny the statler pub-
lications. In this conniectioni se
wtunlh agaiit call the attenitiiin if stir
correspndiisens to the iiecessity of
iffixinhghir tames Iii all miatter ini-
tended fo lir pultllicatiii. (orresptonds-
totsviolatinhg thinstitle tiillslot lie
nuoticect. \We doslot ask the swriter
to' sign lits dante for pulication, hut
ierely ansuitecidesice of gooctfaith.
S.-4.A. Lecture.
Prof. Scott dlelivereid his talk oil
"Chiristiainity aitd the Newspaper"''
r estet-day smtiriing iii Netwherry HatllI.
An this lecture has lieseitlong asitici-
psated te hall wsnfull , asnsnItoniie
seemedl disappsoinsted, fon, owcing so
Prof. Scottsn' expterienice inijornrial-
imm Iis reimarks were doiuhly powiser-
fusl aitd conv-incinig. IHe optened Isis
lecture by the quoistatioini"The safest
tray to tent a mtan's real character in
toi find sttwhethier lie in a TIono-t
theistir autly~ntheist,"- 'andilcontini-
steilto slhos iwliea Isersonshuldssi
save the salute God l iIssbusinisess
and. scial uslii ties as ini tin religiss
lite. lHe essnsuggestedl that that
stle God lanidrecligionuu siig lfindisi
its stasy itu "thait svetycomsionii,
soshises nclsean, -oslestlolvsthe-

sseilsbers and frieisds of thesswoso- - sog. hilgeeses roeely less, $2.25 to
Vt tn per seerk;tudentsossisted in peosiios.
cieties. As the IDotiglas had wcon For eatalegue, addrsF. SC CLEARY, Priet.
Ilhe lenst debte, each society desired
andi list forths its greatest efforts to TTIESLCL.INtcsisre i hsclm ttert U L L N
i winthis ne. o 1 cnI t e nrclisle. 0pecial rats r Ilonoger -- -
Tiledebter ha aranted o d s-tisiadexresin ies furnishedisy apsplinig at
'Ib lhtr al raielt i-the OAIsY efie.h - o
custhnesquestiosn:''Resolved, Thlat lhsisisis48 East LDiety ntiseet. wills
the tile shouissli e readl initheItoh- heat,bati coou ndilcloset. -Sprinlg
esnes Stevart ('sll Ifir sample sopienslits it el:osI
lie nclssssln l~se N.Y.- Wosrldt.at Otieraihosens
jSliildsasndl Martini, of the iDouglas NesnDepost. utnq1
society, sail the affirmtive asid Reduced Hates.
Mlessrs. TI orcist Shippjtasit cistleo~, P
of the ('osnmopolitain, tine negative. The '1., A. A. S N. M. Wty trill sell 1 antaloons,b
exessnioni tiekets at the raite sifsite ands
'The qusestionst sablly argusedi ilon oe-thsidftire for the followcing: j
btoth sies, shsoswisig that the diehat- Pirohiiftioni State ('onvenittiinsiten
(GrandstRaptids, Marcel 17th ansI 18th.
es haid gi-en the stubject stich 'lickets ott saie 1(6th tied 17th, limitedi
thugt nd prpaaton Staorrte uentio rhth.on eolsV n
thoghtans lrelaraion- t'Setfresirnvtion ofirel Peope1s tFan
judiges, Miessrs. Steele, Wilnoso rtandChistiain sEdeavor Soeietien, attG(rtinsd
Gravelle, cdecidied in favor of theItapsids, Macts29tHt andI 30th.Tic kets
aflrtiatie. n te Dnngan arton stile Mtirchli29th, tinitesd to retun Vestings
affrmaiv. % th Dugls hd.Macli3tst. It. S. GREtNWOsD, I
sni theirst sso siebtates, a qst nion Agent.
anise an to the feaibiility if having -'ti -E -- hsSiIi si
the thirst. Bitt the arrasngements GRAITD OFELA IiOJSE Jgarad en aeitwsde ASISMK 3TAFFORL
ceed to hate it, antI;:t;otu .is., NoI5 nstsIusS el


Satutrday-, Tiare t hl, ixedi anthe
ftule. tio that contest the Cosmso-
isolitansiill tbe repiresenitedl ly Messrn.
te Ilsiuglas by AMessrs.Siih,Tic-
Webster vs. Adelphsi.

Friday Evening, March 18th . ___________
- - Toledo, Ann Arbor and North
iii, iiiuuuiuiiiiru hriv..Michigan Railway.

'cic C'-rd in effet Jamiry ', itt.
Arisis-niof itisu at Suhd5im rmr is.

'a nj 2'li 1 1 .1 1 ;'

istir thiing, thur daily nus epapjer."' Wedneisdlay esvenitng, \Marc hi 16th , Is I S r Id sucu'ihsisi'uIiPlySitsits I
Mr. Scott's lecture Counistedl imostly'at ii o'clocks, ini ZOuuOM4, still cOccutr
sit a disciussioni of C'hurintianits in thurfhrst of a neries of thsree juoisut "LA C ZAI NA''
religioni, treatinig the urbjttect fist ansldebautes uetweess thurelebter society
to swhuatit is nost andshthir s to hut ~sansithe Adhelphli. 'Tle Adelpthi ESPRSS ositUnSIAssass-curl 'ya usrio-lu
it shsoulsd tnsh eventusal ly still hue. sssmainutain the affirmtiv-e of the lurs-,
tIe sipoke suf all religliossan l'su lon s at isue. 'ihe prograsts till be GORGEOUS GOWNS EXQUISITE
great plats for edcartiig thur w-orld, ian follos:sPICTURES.
of st-IiscIsChristiansits- is thur climsax,"' FTocal stubo Tiis uVoluslad
ansd siince it is of such untiv-ersasl it D ebate, '"Resolvedh, that ste Ptres--
ptortantce shosuld either in10 all ste ,dent of the U.- S. shtouldi be electedi Prices, 50, 75 and $1.00
socishalssidlbusiness rerlastionussit life; hrbydirect nvole of thle peopsle. At-
hue heliev-este Itightest enubodimuent fiemtssie-Wuss. GIalbraiths antd,1
of Churistiain life is itt usdemocurary. -'Franuk A. Sivers. Negativ e--hames
Afterfinsinsg Iis idiscussioun outwhsat F. Burske ansiP. l. T -'Icry.
Chsristianity should he Prof. Scott inustrumssental solo-ThisTiMinnie 'R 0 GR.APHE
phroceedhediso trace shoe relations he-Duaris. NO. 12 W. HURON ST.
twceen tegroswths sitreligison anodI Tihse judiges ottte debate swillh be _______________________
sisal ittftesmeans of comsmunication, Ri'. J. 'T. Suniderland auth lrofes- J. H A LL E R,
wchich culminated in-the invention sues 13. Ti. Thonmpsont andTI'. C.
of the steams printihiA press, tele- Trueblood. 'eorirspeot. d ~~ ans

Nos. 1. Pisil ansutEtspsiss -... O ts. in.
Nilt. Inss, AnnitsrAcc rrusuit't0s) suit
No.5. Mih Pausessn-er-..........4 s5u1. i
Nit-2. ttMa~i asege ......- -.11 t. ini
No. i. Puassen,Toledo Accomsi ,-00 litiim-
Trales3stud (; tuubetweensSisAnntAror an
I.1Toledo nely.
IICentral Stnrdime'tn.
Alt Trines Dauily ercpt Suday.
SW. H. BENNE', R. S. GtItEtt'Oditt.
Otisn.Pss. Agenit. LocultAgents
State Street Grocers.
Students patronage enpecfally nolicited.

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