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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 1390.
PRICE 3CENTS.
1NDEPENDEN'T CAUCUS.
Lowenhaupt is Nominated
for President of '91.
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tVaS ralletl to ordler at 10:54bylty'
l'iv iu ciriaiiof the'rxecu-
tchiosent permianenit chairnman,
5oWlit It. (Cherver, secretary.
1IbLoweiitaiupt was placed in
101uiiatiocc for president bhrNlr.
fitely, anti the nanme of W. it. Kelly
1 5~ presenitedl liy51r. (Griffli. An
i forilicitbalot was ttenitakern, re-
as ftollossKelic, i j;to-
Wttt i 5Rle~idl,4; stattering"
~i s tas folloedetiby a fornmal
balt, hi1Kll eeie 6,
(: r iaut16, Reid 6, scattering"
I~two eatting candidates tei
lekandtiieck for several batl-
l rst onie taking the latind
ithe other. Reid's vote iin-
to ito, anti then fell awrav
sixthiiall Ybtoa. Finally, ons the
ithballot, Lowrenhauipt's vote
1 lo a3, Kelly receiving 16, Reid
'Sirtfi one blank. On motion of
1 'Klly, Mttr. Lowrenhaupt was de-
er tunaninmous choice of the
~S 1101lnes, Miss Mighell, Miss
itiniter anld Miss Grace Stayt were
bslI0nteii for vice-presitlent. Threer
allots were tatken anil Intichoice
made, wheii the caucus adjouirnedt
]ect to the cl of -the executive
titiititee. cl
The University Ciub.
of tiusiastic meeting of ne-
rr fthe faculty was held this
°rgI at '0:00 o'clock in Room
was called for the purpose of
Vie ing1 a Faculty Club, having in
I Social and physical culture. A
witman ~organizafion was effected
a ndt 3'r f l.L. D',oge as presi-
as adProf. J. E. Reighard
lwSecfetarf. Constitution and by.
SWere adopted. The first three
1
artles if tile coinstittionctre as fotl-ileaseIv leloently setcndedl the W rightKlosnoiainoMr er-itn.AA'icFI. Tsoriizin ).E n;,f icig ,asoe-
shatl beic knowinicas lice Icciversity citit-litMr. I lerri ngtocc iii a sti citt;5 F s rpa
'ICcii. slpecl i, whtiche sas oletiivapplaudledl anded. tGoads, J ccc
EAi cc. II. lice tolject if'tiiecclb These wereeall1cthe iinoiinatiions,. c 201$ /jU15K Ctc ci
shall lie io furictsh its cieitilers .N1 r. 1 errice" ing;ccii"theethoice uif Finest S ccc B1 33
mieaces of ptictal titilsocilciiiticre. the trails-:'Itississijlii ian d Mictilgani CO c a~
AicT. I111 1 liv tffic estif i- factioint s, hilethe Ibalance iif the perr "ccc ey'es,
struictioie aicilgovercnment iccthe class c omnediciin seupporit ifidlr. y f
tUniversity of 'Micigtanishall tie' li- iHord. Aimidst "reaet confuesiocn,DiL-ctia'v
gible to memehrshicp.ahove the. diii if whlich lc tcries tif 140 WOOI)WA
Th'e foltowci iih ebc-sof the ''I lerriic'tou tciitd''INord'"ewere
Faculty iplacedthecccircaesotntte cotctinialls lardtih ie first liallio t ro t - -
colt of imembiershcip thics min g : eras taiten a t !}5a. i. 1sthce ce-
IE. L. A5lte, c1 . re, .. tA. ncccamein h ntIlo iiden e
Stanltey, J.( C.icnoeltoniDrit Vii caicics-jubilt, c.anditIis elecitinywas icc cc fewc' dais
A. ('icllCampb ll l (.Taf, Mcl . r 1 ccl wecithe iiust icallotciewcs cc inew' store 'eec11
IlcirricigccicJ.11. SIc i'tcsocc Cccttlnrcel, 4:.s folt .cxis: I locil 102, tic citeccect h5
Catrrol liardenC has . tcs "H\ackl. Iriccgtoc go. (Iil ccc itioct cf LIr. { CHIA1.8. SltI
Jocs. I..Nlackltey,\M cx inkccl.,coliii I Iericctcctics'heelectionic cat ce-
C'. Roclfe, 1.1). C icletti ,i . cI unacnious, aid aimidst great loricrirt cc
IDiOocge, FI N.ScottI ItlR. ePotcc citcisicisc iI r. Ilcirc sesescocrted IIciri-ari
-lanmes II. tradI't.I C. Necvotmbei, to the chacir. " (amth
Wc. S. (Ciristopteri J. I.lceicactI IFor lice office of viice-p~residtent,
Sir.IPattersoin iomcincatedl'Miss clia A Splenidid New1
Junior Law Election. Ps.-a i ef x.. rr~ II.
ay &CGo.-
cuars cthei
sen upoen 2
LtD AVE.,
Michigan.
icI lic
Outfi itters,
ridge, Mlass.
line of Gentle-
The juntior lawy electiont was called
at 8 o'clock this mornitig, hut it
was somewhat later before a qjuoruns
eras present. Temporary chirmsan
H. B. Cantnons called the mteeting to
order. Cries of "Seniors out,"
were niade, hut the chairmnti re-
monstrated that it would hegadv'isa-
tile to alloev the Seniors to remain
atid receive a lessois onc election tac-
tics aind enjoy the oratoricatlclis-
pilays niade Icy the nocminiating
speakers. 'Tcchemode of election
used icy the Seiniors eras acdoptecd.
Nontinations tor class piresident
being called for, Mr. J. A. Harmn
took the floor and after eulogizinig
the class of '92, presented the nanme
of 13. A. Herrington, of, California.
The nanme was greeted with louid ap-
plause. Mr. Harold Taylor, is a.
candid, well worded speecs, pre-
sented F. T. Hord, of Insdiana,
which was received with prolonged
applause. WV. H. Eichshorn ear-
nestly supported' Mr. Hord. Al. A.
iCccinnyofi e 1oicc. 'tttino-
tiont, the secretary seas instructed to
cast the ballot of the class for ?Mtiss
Jenlny. Mr. W'hitely was appointed
a comnitttee to niotify Mtiss Jensny of
her election.
For seconld vice-piresident, M~r. E.
Nortlicott, of Wnest Virgineia, and
Miss E. R. Lee, of Utaht were
nonminated. Blallot resulted as fol-
lows: 'Mr. Norttccott 1rIS, \Iiss
Lce 6o. 'Three cheers evere givent
for N orthcott, after whiich the elec-
tiots of secretary weas takeic iip. AMr.
A1£. E. Young, of Ohio, antd P.1..
Granct, of Mtichilgant,werenionmi-
Young 73. Mr. Granct's electioni
evas msade tunaninious. For the
office of treasurer, Mr. G. E. Ayers,
of Illinois, was nominated. Mr.
Younsg, of Ohio, was nominated
hut withdrew. After considerable
animated discussion a ballot was
taken, but before it was counted on
motion of Mr. Young the ruies were
suspended and Mr. Ayers' election
mieiu's Uitderwvear, Gloves, P'ies, &C.
Also Sportin' and A thletic Goods.
Chap. Speller & .
20O 1-Z S. S tate5
miade unanimous. FI. BI. Fulkersoni
weas elected first msarshcal, E. F.
Shields, second nmarsheal, antdlAV. V.
Jeffersoen, third marshsal, by acclani-
ation. 'rihe chcaracteristic cof the
election eras the short time in wvhich'
it eras comcpleted, the last officer
bieinig elected shortly after i i a. ini.,
thtus heating all previous reciordis of
anty lawy class.
'Phe best of feelting prevailed be-
tween the two candidates for presi-
dent. Mr. Hord, the successful
candidate, was a studentt iin the law
office of President Harrison,'at In-
dianapolis, before conning to Anii
Arbor, and is highly respected by
his class. The class also distin-
guished thenmselves by electing a
lady for vice-president and a col-
ored man for third marshal.

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