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December 02, 1890 - Image 1

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V I. No. 50. UNI
GOVERNOR-ELECT WINANS.
on the Needs of the Uni-
versity.
erior-elect Winans paid the
aity an unexpected visit Saturday,
S li, together with President An-
asnord Secretary Wade, spent
ltime inalooking over the
uiversity and grounds. He was
li tle-K
a te city only a short time, but
a1epresentat lD
fortunre ative of the DAILY was
liliate enough to get a min-
it's i tr - . .
Walk Interview with bin while
the ain from the law building to
zain building
lryanswer to the reporter's
juery ie said Yes, I have
14 eei looking over tlie Ui-
rity buildings hurriedly in the
Ief tihe I had here. I am very
pai tolea
-ave this unexpected op-
to visit you. Having a
o rsld to spare, I thought I
stop oft to-day when I
ro be so liable to bother
° atourwork."b
What you Were you inpressed by
Parter. saw ? asked the ie-
n am more than pleased. I
0tired one 'eculiarcharacteristic
Out this institutionnot a del-
Iz iW asted, every cent is util-
- It seeymis to have every-
i for utility, but not a dollar
ested ii luxuries. The man-
rea nt ae certainly tryingto
a e the most possible from the
a nt invested.~ .
hat are the ieeds of the
r,ity most noticeable .
thi nell, you need a great many
n r You need more room.
""t be very crowded. The
othr 'Pital is needed badly, also
1ecealh idings or additions, es-
tory, te imecianical labora-
sit gymnasiun question is
lg restin ahe students, espec-
teste Ohymuch at present," sug-
C d
tiothines>so I hear. Have you
ajg whatever in that line ?"
am the governor, looking about
What surprised.
othing whatever. What do
VERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1890,
PRICE 3 CENTS.
you think of the Detroit Journal's
offer to equip a building if the
state will erect it ?
'' It is a splendid offer. It is
too bad tha, something of the
kind has not been done before.
Something must be done for you.
You need money here in many
ways. The state is a little
poor, but I am in hopes some
change may be made in its rev-
enues so that you may be relieved.
But Imust hurry to my train,
although I am really sorry that I
can not talk with you longer
about this fine University." At
this very interesting point in the
the conversation, the main build.
ing was reached, and the busiest
of all busy men, just at present,
bid the DAILv good day very
courteously and joined President
Angell at the main entrance.
Evolution--Spencer.
Bishop Garrett's second lecture
on the "Philosophy of the Incar-
nation" was delivered in St. An-
drew's church, Sunday evening.
The subject was Spencer's theory
of evolution, which the speaker
said, fails to explain the origin of
things, fails to explain the presence
of the mind in the body, since the
moving force is denied to be in-
telligence, and does not satisfac-
torily account for the difterentation
in species. The native of Terra del
Fuego seems to be little above the
brutes; yet it has been shown that
when'taken from his haunts and
surrounded by the influences of
civilized life, lie quickly adapts
himself to lis environment and
displays the mental and moral
qualities of man. The elements
had existed there all the time.
The selfish individualism, which,
according to Mr. Spencer's theory,
has animated the living creature
throughout its developmeit, from
the protoplasm up, lie changes at
last to the unselfish altruism of
his "Absolute Ethics."
S. Dewall, law '91, visited at
Terre Haute, Ind., last week.'
Oracle Prizes.
Some time ago we stated that
the Oracle would probably be out
before the holiday vacation. The
board are laboring zealously and
earnestlywithathat eud in view,
but to oiie acquainted with the
immense amount of work neces-
sary to bring out such a publica-
tion, it seems an almost superhu-
man task to bring out the Oracle
before Christmas. But whether
the Oracle appears before the
holiday vacation or two weeks
after--as it certainly will not be
later than that-the board de-
serves very great credit for its
push: and this is still farther ap-
parent when we consider that the
Oracle usually does not appear
before Maheli, and very rarely ii-
deed before the end of the first
semester. The judges of the
literary productions, Profs. Scott,
Thomas and Kelsey, have ren-
dered their verdict, and judging
from the quality of these produc-
tions the Oracle this year will be
especially good.
Miss Jessie V. Penny was award-
ed the first prize,fifteen dollars,for
the best story. Mr. I. K. Fried
man was awarded first prize, $10,
for best humorous sketch. Mr.
E. L. Mason, the first prize, a U.
of M. guitar, presented by L. h.
Clement, for the best class song.
And Miss Maude Caldwell the
first prize for dramatic scene, the
prize being the choice of either
Goethe's Poems or Dicken's com-
plete works, presented by Moore
& Taber.
Mr. II. C. Ryan received the
first prize, $5, for the best car-
toon, and Mr. H. Baldwin the
first prize for title page life size
portrait, presented by Gibson.
Mr. II. L. Crummer also received
honorable mention in the story,
and Mr. I. K. Friedman in the
class song and dramatic scene.
The Inquest.
The jury in the Dennison case
returned a verdict to the effect
that Irving J. Dennison came to
Wright, Kay & Co.
Foreign Buyers, Importers of Gers
and Art Goods, Jewelers artd Op-
ticians. ianufacturers of the
Finest Society Badgesr de inthe
country SampIessent upon pro-
per references,
Dcetroit Ojonra HewsurSe Blfk.,
140 WOODWAIID AVE.,
Detroit,
Michigan.
WHEN IN YPSILANTI,
STOP AT THE
Special Bates to Students.
his death as the result of a blow
with a musket or clubbed gun in
the hands of some member of
Company A, M. S. T., or some
person acting at the same time
with members of Company A,
under the orders and direction of
one Sheldon F. Granger.
Granger, Binder, Root, Glatzel,
Parsons, Morrison, and Thomas
will be held to answer for the
crime, and their examination has
been set before Justice Pond for
next Friday.
Mathematical Society,
A meeting of the University
Mathematical Society was held at
the house of Prof. Beman, on Sat-
urday evening. Dr. F. N. Cole
read a paper on "Linear Trans-
formation." The following were
elected officers for the ensuing
year: President, W. W. Beman;
vice-president, L. D. Wines; sec-
retary, F. N. Cole; treasurer, F.
C. Wagner; program committee,
F. N. Cole, C. F. R Bellows, A.
Zimt. The next meeting of the
society will be held early in Janu-
ary.
Forty-three literary contribu-
tions were sent in to the Oracle.

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