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Vot. 1.-No.17th. UNIVERSITY OF AIICIIIGAN, WEDHNESDAY, MAY 4, l1f92. Vie uci:CNS

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THE WOMEN'S LEAGUE.
Addressed by Mrs. Alice Freeman
Palmer.f
Al full meeting of the 'iSomiti
lea'guie was held in the 'cseoi )11
room of Newherrr iatl last eivening,
the presideint in the cr. ~ i
following camses of canidaItefo
the adltisorr h oard were presrented
aced elertedl liearcianmatioin: IFrone
mledica l departmnt, lliinpedeti
Mciss is'hop; sororityHis Cooe
friiia thteiomieoptrhiiy dlt titnt it,
SLiss N iehiilii Ifron h enfititit IC-
p'iiicett '\iss l'Phillipcs.Ifoiri the
lienrrv iii 11 itt his Red
Wais ot, is h lp;: nrix
1eta( i 'c, lis IBetrnadkpa
('aminiia,'d ]M'cs; PiI lca ]
ri i:(_ xc~ P ii Bu ta, 'cis ) r-
At ociick1aiii icline olao
,; o0 hia([ allilixedof lie ,
e i iii '''ii e s a ionii cl cli ii
i]s ~~ll 'cls.ix till 1I ;
ThiiompIsioiii ls PIsotiii l.
'ICeeeMs 'teMs ed
rolxisi c c, r s, 'desaI ttttt.'.i
I iuean thiers oItice en cies
ladies.
Mrlix Aii'elI iiitroducdii IS
IPalneticxliiistokeifor ahout aii
lioeriin a pleasant confitial
strane alig It tiigof ither
clxiiilite here cli rears agocecil the
chinges thit hare taikeixpla ct sie
that timee, hothinliethe U. of 'l. and
inedurcathonal liestitutionis cer ti l
wrorldl rexregards the recepetionle a cc1
recogneitioneitofloleni stuenits. II i
closing worrds xwere a stronge tsiio'
tatiuci to the girls to aiim at teipo-,
sessionxof "ctalm nerers, la
hraiins, stroneg liings antd Iiacks that I

impeletus. (Opplortiunity ersxgiv iene 't 'varsity vs. '34.
thee close of thce adersxslxii acy xxho 'legceenx tl necs xrtr
ilsrcj declMs ~ciii ~ c cay afternoni, xxix verxy incterestineg
l'crgeecn cceeer axvailedrthiemsces o rf
cclxaccunct of the guiod plaingcx of
thee privilege.
Sthe '94's. 'lie 'Varccsity s' 'xiii the
icr cei cx xi'rx cxx ccxcit leed xxitti therreec s agaeinxt cccxcfrc
W~hilt' xwaiing for thxe teami cc
(Mecuntil the ifthc exceng' xxecccxe
cacti her e'stla1st ceeingce" '51 c
cPclmereerxtpcrssedto a'cueitr fcicctlie xn ii' cu~ xdxx to i
lxii i xcx xcccit i hli g cx'the S cisc ly dcccxtcc
there ecuncud raisieg thirr wcxxxii
the subjtis xof interext tee tic'e woimen
ret tilt I cxix rrxiiy. fittierWoman'sci encix t heieidtoc thlxsxx ntth c i nn ic g. t
nerisrixer'citre'cshilscceiretacdeI lecChitker-
Letie sit it escia ci c li am ciiacitricI
iin tcad lf iti~ ebcy
exiiri llt t ci x ci tc ciccci Aid orstrck, Hmilxbfinetile)am
in-ceanc cxcii 'clx sI ial ttIin) ix ix1 tlrt:
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ont cccleg pliii s itliuler IIccixi' to
licee Itt licerge I liter t tI
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individtil aelectednothere gtats'
lthl feeng Icis cceeicc knetrhox he
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yliirxit cliliti toIle xxii thn piecle'cclit i" thatrl ase c l ro
11cr reneares coixecceregtiise seasognof 5 Ienrf''tlic
taNocc le ieg 11rcc cl oican l olea citti . egtotlc ete
nelle I c ca the pciex'ce iiialltice
text _shxv to ent ercold rersn filie
said, if iccixiccil see Illicixy o
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wilcstck eterpie etixweltessied
a snialiliioworntletnliceeaofeltiil tailies

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DETROIT, - MICH.
pices miI or l f', Ital to
tebH o-monlti Straght Qu.
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morlie thnerrx p ic
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I -y-J.A. POLHEIVUS,
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ALSO l'BUS BACKAND BAGGAGE LINE
-WANTEI)-Lady Secretary.
"W'xiitst, aillayofeiinciemient, cccl-
ture ndisetChristiachaelrclter, abieut 25
years of age, as private secretary iii i
quiiet, lhomne-likce lcawvoflice iii Cicalgo.
No expcerience siecessccry. Sahary, $511
per mxonthi. Please stiste age and ecli-
cation. Address, Miis,. BR~iuna,
Rloom 1,111, C'hinmber of Conlneree,
Chicago, ill.
Reference, Jl. C. Travis, Buasiness
gana ger of this papcer, Anns Arbor,
Michigan.
'g3 laws and '9STilts played ball
on the campus yesterday. The game
was quite event until the fourth
'n nn whent-the laws went to pieces.
Score, '93 laws 7, '95 lits 15.

! thecy 'cre cgciiigto he 1puibeic stpeakers
I aind tilte' I xxa'ct themieltotprove xw'hat
they caix to. I helieve that Ainn
Arbortill be he lightctlx aniiy of 1tce
eacstern colleges. Ito lnt feet that
I xiiixxw'l'cquainted withe the Unci-
versity "irlIs of today, heel those

never ache,'' if they take tip a mn'sx
xork to put into it a mnxs stead-'styaecriny eyhigtad
fastness aind fidelity', x"not to drift, proisieg.''Thxe traie arrived aint
Mrs. P~almeer left with smany' fare
lent to steer, and steer straiglx.''"velts and good wishxes.
Mrs. Palmer spoke wihl highx praise 1 --..
of Miss Gentry, thxe U. of M. alu- I Record or Those We Meet.
ions, who has recently gained a The folloxwine is thxe record cor-
matixematical fellowshxip in the Uni- reeled up to M~ay nat of six of the
versily of Berlin. seven teams the Yellow and Bloc is
Mrs. Gayley-Brown,, in behalf of to meet on the eastern tripc
the Women's League1 thanked Mrs. wenLsseRnss. sE.. .E
Palmer for the evening's address, Priseeesn----4 0I3 4 24 9
and recalled the circurmstances at- y . ,... 1 a 33its 1 16 1
tending tbe'forM ation of'the league, tU.fPennsytrsanis.. 5 2a62 V.ax75
Lehigh - --....... 4 4 50 .
to which Mrs. Palmer gave the first Brewn .- --.....1 1 1 2 12a2a

that lie itekas a forxrcitizeuucn of
AnAucrhbor, aiaced'cscute tboy s."1
Ie a farce comcedtyimi'ny theings,
snuli as extravaane ufxha-
acters, cnt too cirluxe s of cdistinc-
tion e htxw'encomeduy 'cid cdirana,
msay be excuisedi, acedxwithc the 'cddi-
lion of stronger effects cix the first
act, "A Micitern H ushbanxth cacnixct
helpx provinxg a success.
"Financial Union" at Yale.
At Yale, tacoo studtents adopted
a cocsitution providing for thxe
formation of a Financial Union of
thee four athletic associations, base-
ball, foot-ball, thee Athletic Associa-
tion and the boat clubs. The object
of the union is. to take charge of the
investment and expenditure of all
money acquired by the athletic or-
ganizations of the University.

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