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VOL. II.--No. 17.


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Woman's League Lecture.

The '92 Castallan.

Regent Draper Seriously III at Ant- Mrs. Jane Bancroft Robinson, Ph.
werp. I D., who is to address the Woman's
Cable despatches to last evening's neague, tonorrox eveong, is one of
papers announced the serious illness the leading women of the country in
of Regent C. S. Draper at Antwerp. educational and philanthropic moves
dlr. Draper has been suffering from ments. For some years she wa-
stomach trouble for some time and dean of the Woman's College at
Evanston and is one of a group of
had gone to Eiurope a few weeks ago
i~ in n n jp zhn ha ' 1-1N1(

with his wife hoping that the waters
at Carlsbad would improve his con-
sditioi. But little hope is enter-
tained of his recoverv. r. Draper
is one of the brightest of Saginaw's
lawyers and is highly valued as a
Member of the Board of Regents.
He was elected ii s1i889, his ter sex-
piring in 1897.
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The Collegiate Alumnae Will Meetj
in Ann Arbor.
The Detroit Branch of the Col-
legiate Alumnae Association are to
hold their next meeting in the Uni-
tarian church, on Saturday. At 10:30
a business meeting willihe held,
after which lunch will be served to
the members. At 2 in the afternoon
will be read and discussed the fol-
lowing papers, to which all interest-
ed will be warmly welcomed: The
Duties of Alumnae to University
Extension, by Mrs. Sunderland;
Housekeepers' Clubs, by Mrs. Abel;
Education in Mexico, by Mrs. Rob-
inson. It is under the auspices of
this society that the course of enter-
tainments, including the Choral
Union concert, has been given in
Detroit this winter, for the women's
.wing of the gymnasium here.
They Broke Two Records.
At the annual inter-collegiate
games of the eastern colleges, held
at Manhatten Field, last Saturday,
Harvard won the cup by a score of
48-2-3 points, to Yale's 38. Two
records were broken, the inter-col-
legiate and college record for the
mile walk, and the inter-collegiate
record for the high jump. The
former was broken by Boscherling,
of Princeton, in 6 m. 52 4-5 sec.,
against 7 m. 6 4-5 sec., the old re-
cord. The old record for high
jump, 6 feet, was broken by Fear-
ing, of Harvard, by a jump of 6 ft.
I9 in.
Prof. Belser is giving his Hellen-
istic Greek class a series of written

prominent women wn n ave nei
that position. Among them have
been Francis E. Willard, llen
Soule (Mrs. Prof. Carliart, of this
city), Prof. Lena Michaels, of
Albion, and the well known author,
Emily Huntington Miller.
Republican Club Meeting.
IThe Republicans met in the law
building last evening, with the newly
elected president, Mr. Parsons, in
the chair. Much time was spent in
discussing the new constitution,
which was presented for adoption at
this meeting. After various amend-
ments and additions were made, it
was adopted, together with the by-
laws. It was decided to hold a
grand ratification meeting immedia-
tely following the National Repub-
lican Convention. Some of the
leading Republican lights of the
country will be secured as orators
for this occasion, as they will stop
over at Ann Arbor on their way east
from the convention. Committees
were appointed to confer with the
citizens' committee regarding this
Their Annual Banquet.
Michigan Alumni of the South-
west will hold their annual banquet
Friday, June 3, at the Coates House,
Kansas City. This promises to be
one of the most successful affairs the
association has ever had. Hon.
Thomas W. Palmer, of the World's
Fair Commission, will respond to
a toast. Also Prof. Chas. A. Kent,
of Detroit, and Senator Cushman K.
Davis, of Minn., will attend. Other
distinguished guests will be present,
including Pres. Angell and other
representatives from the faculty.
Miss Allene Peck has been ap-
pointed to represent the new soror-
ity, Alpha Phi, in the Woman's
League. Miss Bertha Wolf was
elected by the Independents to com-
plete their representation.

An arrangement has been made isnsttHOR oU ITY
by the '92 Castalian board, whereby- wss., ILE
all the Castalians issued this year Mailed to You -:
will pass over into the hands of the -:- -:- Through Your
newly elected board of the class of NEW
'93. Consequently there will be no C H A P T E
reduction in the price. The reason --
for this action is, that the sale of the Upon -
Castalians this year has been very
materially injured by the reduction
in price of the '91 Castalian, and if
the present board should continue L T
this practice, the incoming board r natrers of inesSistn
sanl Jv'retediSociety- lodxes.
would suffer a similar loss. IMhoreover DETROIT, - - MICH.
it is believed that class discrimina-
tion should be entirely blotted out in
the case of college annuals and that
each board should do all it can to
put the succeeding board upon a
sure basis.
It must be borne i smind that the
Castalian costs $5i.10 per copy and B .
75c. means a loss of 35c. per copy,
thse deficienscy beinug tiatte uliby t'-lica you wvat the Latest Mietrsiiolitan Stes
t in Shoes atic stoS a pair less than Ann Arbor
advertising. If a further reduction prices,sendforCatalogueto
is made it becomes well nigh impos-
sible to make the publication a . . J.FYFEI&.@
financial success. DETROIT, MICH.
We ask those who intend'ito pur-n rg
chase a Castalian to do so at once, Noi.hmonG{ Sfrsight 1 .
as it will cost no more now than at No. E
some future time, and this uill en- CIGARETTES.
- Clgarette Smokers whs
able the present board to close up - -are wiling to ears ai
wore than the prc
their business more readily. charged or t he ordinary
tradleCigarettsswill fad
JAs. N. HATCH, - s Th = superior to
Business Manager. The Richmond Straight
Cut No.1Cigarettes are made fromthe bright-
W. A. CUTLER, est, most delicately flavored and highest cost
Gold Leaf grown in Virginia. This is the Old
Asst. -Business Manager. and Original Brand of Straight Cut Cigarettes,
and was brought out by us in the year 1s75.
Beware of imitations,'and observe that the
firm name as below is an every package.
The Game Saturday. The ALLEN & GINTER Branch
Of the American Tobacco Co.,
Manufacturers. - - Richmond. Virginia.
The game Saturday with the J. A. POLHEMUS,
Toronto team promises to be I Ma
close, and a good game. In the ALSO 'BUS HACK AND BAGGAGE LINE
game with Cornell Tuesday, To- North Main Street.
ronto played great ball, holding A GREAT ENTERPRISE!

Cornell down to four runs, while
the Canadian team knocked out
three scores. This is the last sched-
uled game at the U. of M. and all
who desire to see the team play
again this year, will have to go to
Saturday's game.
The winning team in this after-
noon's class championship .game
will play the final games with the
junior laws, next week.
The Clio Club will render their
"University Program" this evening.
This was deferred on account of the
Choral Union concert.

The Chicago News-Record is to sup-
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In this business you are not regarded as a
book agent. YOU represent a newspaper.
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