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° I No. 53.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FiRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1890.
PRtICE 3 CENTS.
THE MASS MEETING. D~etroit Jotirtal, twill tot bte tresent.
TeNews, ..l.+;,,. , _ a... . s teas expsected. Evert- st"(tdettt ot
oAdo ted To-morrow.
the 'Varsity is enttledl to to)te at thlis
'rie tieetiti7.
tb. ''itt ittee "appoi sted 1frott.....
rOdof ietosohetreNewberry Halt,
a~ni tio fistprtptroietee
"1s~titttt , atti still sttlstmit it to a It hats teit a rattse of geieral re-
bai seetittg tte bse-itall, foot_ 'ret tittt the Stttdentts' (itristiansiAS-
alt ai tettttis associatiotts, attd a sttciatiott cottiti tot occttpy Newvierrt
'ss tf lt tt ittSto all titis year. \ariott ps1 h ate
asttrt fternootsttt t 2 ooctk it eetn devised to raise the fitntts tet -
24.'titers tiil bsvajointessary for its cotmpletiotn.
l tt f'tlte'di rectors titis etetttt i s t expected a ~i~cd that twso or ttttre
af S' lok, ttt cttsitier thc wo ttlotte ttustees stostitigottottChicago
thontnitte dttrtttgtte'Thiattksgicisng recess ttt
T1 t rest ctst itutio ttstttdeled 1try tt toaie tihe rentaittittg stintneed-
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Stlt Tileillaottthe t newsttoiftettttisty thtey hate dtiteti it I
ast pttt~'.irvietldtttithnewtatkticsteps tottoccupysiteat least the
Ihl tltit~l i. 1hc[.'ip~rsiy o lovrpattof tte bii ding as sttttttas
'rt atthetic n5 Ass ocaton i el lbectttplteted.- IIetlsesday
'ffic are t 'resitdetit, tite-' citettttt" tty a untattmsttttt th
"iil ' secrtetary-, treatsrer, toot-t soatiotttttuecitied to authttrie te
i anager, bate-hail mnageaetrtuttteestotttbtorrov enotughitoSetSo
lb r itoarti Hof fourteesn dhreectrs dtthiisswork, the assochttio ttt it s-
5lc l ttt to e cistsett, oste frotttstttte teiterest.
C S ltte literary attd last de- Iis tses trl itrtit
llrieits onse frott'tte msetdical sic- the ttter at thteir ineetsing to-
8b5 1, 'onefrom-tttiental, onse ftstttmorirtw, anti, if they tdecide So
ftitr nC te frttm ihotmettiatthic, tind carry out this plait, a systenmatic
sanil tlarge 'Ishere sttiit e fottt-canvass Ttfhite lisiversite xilibe
Usg ,caitntittcts ttf ire cacit.-niade. 'his is eartaistly- a stthjeet
raic t dfron thSis'bttartd ;atte ottwhsicisshoulti interest every- sttteent
athleticsssotetttoittbse-ball. isavittgtte weifare of the Uiviersit
1,,t o1 tt, stttidoste totlfoot-ball. tt heart. ~We hope every ttne still
sit' slt01 [commtbittee is lprovidiedt itereadtottcstntribtute Iis em it'swhen
It 'e ite acts of te irecttors. -*~
afillb1 nupse tif foturmebr At thse ittsintess ineetitigttf te
- Clly anti three grauduates. S. C. A. last evensing it scss voted
'~s thesatain sceeiof the tesw to iborrow nooteyT for te itsttediatte
itutiol hsSpace willt ptt ie- completion o f te iower flotr of
ust give te details. Newbherry i-rli, te society to as-
tilb5 hteIave expressedi a fear sonietse respoissibilitysof te its-
sbet~ y 1ili he approacihed for terest.
able at this maeeting, we are Aul reports dituft he Glcc Ciub
cnst atthat She business will will make an eastern trip thsis year
5it ,~51irely of adopting the con- are unfounded. It has heen +defin-
~0ia~d dscssng las fr heitely settle'd that the cluh will g
yS ~ii Mr. Brearley, of te west in April.
At Home.
Tlie ittloitttitladies stil1)(, -t
h tltys tentiteias 51c.. t gl
Smttstt Untivs'rsity 1c.: Alrs.
Ilcittit (heerer, 28 'atckartd St.;
A s.T'rttebtioots, :88ililt St.
First WII sitsstiavittecds ttttlt--
Alrs Ho iarritngttn, (lservtorv.
First andiTtt id tWlesdnesdayvs-
Airs..l'rotrse, 3\itssrtts St., NIrs,
iittstslpsott I2j ttt. iVAte.
EsveryiFritdat---N1x. ('arhart,7
Al sttrtte St.;Al ts h t tt v, f5 Forst
Ace.: Airs N t'ttt S;:Mte St.
Ltir 2rvin iotlts-s \i s.
Ill() to ; "aI t t. :- Ars.
I etaatiti 7 - as tesisit Ntve.;
.Airs. Catitu 5ti 'S.tUtilt. .1st
Every Saturdtiay -A.irs. Iti rs
(CheererS44E. al si ii" tttt St.
ILast Satsis sts iin sistiti-it Ars.
Kelsey , i E.Uits.Ntve.; Airs.
Otis j ttisstst S Thayer St.;
Airs. Prscttt 50 S.Ittgatils St.;
i rs. (lade,8S4State St.
RtisAX1'.Rtatns,
Sectv ttnsai's LeaItue.
Philological Society.
Tlse Piioslogicai Society iteid ass
excepstionsaliy isterestisig mseetinsg its
Roosms i last eveining. 'iThe program
cisisisteti of a birief discsissioti by
P'rofessor WNaite r, totlttse persosnality
oif D~ante's iBeatrici. A paiter wtas
also read its-:Prof. I lempl, ontthie
derivationt tf thes' Latins wvrd
"lansista"', sitd l r. Fayette
HusrtI gave sasvcryvinteresting ac-
cont of Eiusts. 'ihe next nmeetisng
osf tesociety will ibe seldtiwso weceks
froim last nighst, the subiject to he
anisossnced later.
Michigan Mtate Teachers' Asso-
ciation.
'The annual meeting of te Michi-
gan State Teachers' Association,
wili be held at Grand Rapids, Dec.
Wright, Kafi & Co.
orn u espartrs asC
- and Art Goods, JletrsadGO-
ticans. VMana'atures ofa'tn
Fest Sacintu Gala." ri S ithe
courlru Sampsent ,,ipangpo
per reterenst
140 WOOI)WASSD AVE.,
Detroit,
Mth~gan.
lit as fes s tt
it1ewsitoire still
thiN.S. S'hii,1LI to e('"S.,
tirriticI s swi th the
atithnckitigs A x
Sspet1i Ness lute ttt (Jtitle-
iiessUnsderwe'ar, (.lottsTiies,&tc.
Chas. 'peller & .
20 I1W2 s. State.
WHEN IN YPSILANTI,
STOP AT THE
OCCIDEINTAL X"IIOTEL.
Special Rates to Students.
22-2g, t8g0. 'Tle U. of M. still be
represented sasnte prograhmime fosr
thsis mseetinsg. Prof. Htinsdale wil
read a ipaiper onthie ' Istsitutle Sys-
tens of Otiser States."' Prof. Dent-
monos sill lead the discussioss on the
"tObjects of te Micisigan 'Teacisers'
Itsstitute at te Present 'lime," and
Prof. Hudsons will read a paper ott
te "Preparation in History for Col-
lege work," A large number of U.
of M. alunmni and undergraduates
will be present at She meeting, and
participate in the discussion.

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