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VOL. 1.-No. 158 .

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MAY -,1 189.

Bassos, THREE CENTS.

ROBERTS GETS SECOND! masterly manner. His tine phsysiquie
impressed his hearers. His tlhought
CONTEST OF THE NORTHERNI andI comoion ad hsgerl
ORATORICAL LEAGUE LAST 1 npstinmdIsi eea
NIGHT. average place himn easily sinner of
tihe first Ihonsor. 'Tthere are very fesv
Pyre, forSIadison, Rears Away the ciiimst- oe
Palmc.ctesnstno.
_______ Ft. L. Rolberts thas swelt entertained
IVAsOTO tI.,' . ,;sth,(special Iis fellosv delegates for three (lass.
telegrams.)-(Ine thosandpersml sthe Evanston. Associations gave an
camse tolthe M. 1EcclI a t 1:Ills ]f t eeton after tise contest.
son to healrte fvorators. t fll theile'Iichigan cdelegatessilldthee
orchestra vvas ill attendanc e. swiths Iresidlenst Ienry tWade Rogers
Vice PresideSt Rellisel iltroldlcell ltoday-
L". Roberts of Mtichiglnswhsoe I -- "
l~rtiol,'Ane l~sl tatIIll~ns TWIRLING THE SPHERE.
pleased Sby 115 dethtt of chasraeter Batting Order for the Games To-
a1n11strolng personality 01fIlheste- Day.
liverer. Bust it wsssma1rred by Iso
mllch Ill en"sats"Iilt h~s-ath~stisasts wllble aS-
Ioddmooo y, yetatng 'ih forded tswofinse exhibitionss of halt
and asppearing to lack reserve force, playinsg at thle Athltetic G roun~ds this
anld ithth le climsaxes 1(11 far froms feron
the fnists.Neverthleess, hecmadte ate hatng. re o ~etv
sulchlall implressionl upon5 the jutdges, Tsnebtisns oowsr: hetw
that tey remlemb~eredt him sto thle gmsisflos

Ilose. Fte wsSawardedelseconde
Anldersonl 311
prze'1111d sas gradtedtfirst ill etci-Ales
Mr.hGeorge iieardsley, 11f toss',(gelsI
STsompsonc.
tse secondtIspleaker11a1171"Tle New-uholner .
\Io01 'ilts 's'hichs believes ill thse Dh
eigh~t thour lass, thle libleraltions ef Sise Phselpsss,
Rllussiall Jesws, andithettioplensing 1of Schulltz 211,
tise World's SBair 015 Sunday. 1-e Buclk sh,
seas tat first ill at easse, husSoonIgrees
nlaturall and perstutsive. His sm~all
" iI. 1. C.
stature andt lighst voice, howsever, Crowley s. s.
swoultd not let him sin, althsough in Codd .
thsought and composition hse stood IMle b
highsest. Marker r. f.,
A. S. Mason, of thse Northtwestern, Egan ah,
was the next speaker. "'The Battle of Guiney c. I.,
Gettyshurg," .is an old thseme. He Ducharme sh,
was too dramatic in his action, hblt Chpe . f,
suited those who, like Ihim, hsad seen Walshs c.,
so trained. He seemed at Isomle
with the audience and will make a
handsome preacher. His perora- The"Mchga
tion svas grand. He rushsed Roherts I ._
close for second money. The fourthls lst
A. H. Cornier, of Oherlin, spoke Lass'journal witl
on the tlsense, "Toilers in the Monday. The le
Depths," in whichs he treated in a Hon. Albert H. I
faithful and poetical way the work lice of thseSuprem
of the Salvation Army. His deli- upon "Limiting
very sowed lack of strength', and Comsmon Carrier;
like all who proceeded him was Goods and L~is
wanting in size. Mr. Cornier has a article ia one of,
pulpit style and singsong delivery, and is written by
J. F. A. Pyre, of Madison, stepped esteemed juristso
forward as the last speaker, with all Horton is an alun
the assurance of one who intends to versity of Meichi,
win. His subject was "Poetry and lively interest i
Freedom." He handled it in a nected with the L

Crawflord 1. 1.
J efienis rh,
Roh1l1soll 1
Shiields C. fI
Peerrf.
SpsitzerIS5 5.
SeymIour 5sub.
C'. ()IF A1.
Spltrney als,
Crawford c.,
J efferis ll,
Pearson 3h,
Robinson r.f.
Bowerman 1. f.,
Shields c.f.
Spitzer, s. s.,
:Harness p.,
Smeltzer subh.
nLaw Journal."
ie of the Michigan
11 be delivered on
lading article is by
'torton, Chief Jus-
ne Court of Kansas,
and Liabilitv of
rs in Transporting
'e Stock." The
conspicuous merit
one of the most
If the west. Judge
mnus1 of the Uni-
igan and takes a
n everything con-
University...lHe is

president of thse Sothw~sestern llnt OF YOUR
nAssociation.Ile is hut one, Ihosw- , ii SOIEIY 3BADGE
ever, of a tlleg list of emnlenst atlum-OU
ci front sehomlsthle eitors1of te WICLL BE
Lasw journal lhave received promuises ((aiedenoYou'-
of ceontrihbutionss. Juldge Horton's W 'e- Through Your
article is es ecillysatlalte hecase("jR
(If thse great conflict of ldecisionls I-pnIteAattr-threT Bferedto
Spn -e editors of te Late Jounal 1'PRICE - APPLICATION.
hav'is n lstitu~tedt5 less dlepartulre illn
thte :flayinmber.A selectionsI LI'.jf
mtade fr omt ttheclenst cases decied 111, 0,1611, CIi
Is th ciatCtl Sup"llremeleCoutrt, of 1
a case 1sf 11mpo11tansce andetthse fulsdJwl 1 ld, 51eie15'lladxes.
text of thle coturt's oplinsion is Iprint~edI DETROIT, MICH.
switshIsotes. 'Thle case ts tat of
'"T'he Detroit't'ran~spor tation'sCo.
vs. Thle Bosardl of Assessors of thej
City of Detroit,''andlselup11n15
"Residence of Corlsorations forlTas
ations Purpo~ses.'' Thtenotes bh
Prof J. C. Ksoswltots, leats of ths
laws depeartnsent, are 55111ahle, thoughls
brief anld conceise. j_________________
Marsl~ll11. tsvelI, M. ID., con- Swhen youllwastlthe tatest Metroplitaln Styles
tributtes 15 short article 111o1115' org- in15Shoe at 5c t 155a pirI(lieshnAnlisrbor
cry hy Eraslure.''> Dr. Essell is as piles, seed for Catalogeto
expert tuponl all qulestios relating tI R .FJF
mseellcal jurisp~rtudence ansdlthle t <Rd.e-I~~ O
tection sof forgeries hy usicroscopsical Dl 111051', MICH.I
exam~inlations of inks,.lie is a spec
psruenece'' in thle laws'depatrtmnst, No.1
andI Isis constrihbutions Iltolse Lase - CIGARETTES.
journal are of interest to the gen-se iaegt ec atterwh
mre lit a t tiQe
eral reader, as swell as to the )ratharg t s han Chilie
ttoe.trade Cgrtewill fin
H. D. Jewell, one of thse editors ' J The Bichmond Straight
Cat N.Icigarettes are made teem the bright-
of the Law journal, has contrihuted eel, meet delicately flavored and highest test
Bald Leat geewa in Vsirgiaia. This is the Old
several pages of "Notes and Cons- end Original Brand ad Straight Cut Cigarettes,
end wee hrought eat by ees the year 1875.
meists. " These are brief statements Bewaernelitt 4,axd'berye thee the
Sirm naeras hae lisaneverypackage.
of cases of interest, such as "Whsat The ALLEN &GINT&H Btranch C.
is a Railway Station?," "Is a Parent Manuacturere. - - Richemond. Yirginia.
who Purchases his Child a Toy Air
Gun, Gtuilty of Negligence?," J. A. POLHEMUS.
"What is a P'rize Fight?,' "State =. v _M 77
Control of Elevators," etc. The ALSO 'BUS BACK AND BAGGAGE- LINE
Noeth Mi tet
remainder of the Journal is taken -___
up with "Late Dhecisions of the editosrial aiid local departments are
Michigan Suprenme Court" and book conducted with wisdom and tact.
reviews. The monthly digest of the recent de-.
The Saw Jouurnal is receiving cisions of the Michigan Suprente
very flattering praise from its con- Court, for instance, is a model of
temporaries.,'ihe New York Law lucid and condensed expression.
Journal, which is the only daily law 'This feature, if continued, oughtl to
nesvspaper in the United States and adid constantly to the home constitu-
which probably stands at the head ency of the magazine. We congratu-
of law journalistic enttrprises, says, .late our new contemporary at having
in a long editorial of liberal praise. reached maturity at a bound.'
for the Michigan LawJournal, "The The editors of the Law journ.al
average merit of the articles thus far h~ave reason to 'be, proud of 't ihibgh
published has been high and the compliment-

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