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I No6. UNIVERSITY OF MIC JIG. N,
PRESIDENT HENRY WADE boaitti- diziei o r~n w
Rt3GES. l itnda half ttotreetmilion doltlars."
Te lloti,, a1-a- wi attentclie liv
1 Tels te Daily Readers Some-
tt About Northwestern vyol
University. ; -:Well]l icnint s5y 15 ly
Proi ice y IIatlo o~or fo- (titr cataltoiue t ovarlttill tis-o
ilerly elyt~d oesfr altoutt2000 itt all. I1tcre aitovotr
,dyDan ttlfteLatiytdeipartmettttI1 rsfsosaliitttto. Ph
e5'0', OIr rsidecI tof Nortlisroestorti
Vir\ersit strz h ct hi ek;datiof tlte -iMetical scooi~il is -Nathan
ltijveris ittartit litstcisrseo lec -I1.oteis, t-ho twas jpresideintitf thte
tares t ft tt it eati menUt.OfleIn tetritational lodioal coitgrets Iteld
ll'y ft1i ]; tt ofateut ti'r asltcgtitt somte titme ago.
taftttrtl,.1riitr lecturttoc storitas .1 udg~o ioth, of Chicaosgtis sdoanof
itez~~~z ''esaisacin atr- tito Last scool.- \arttiall I). Eswell,
ally t Xii'ciitl afteor tat i ig--rati- 01e of ttoeloctrersto thteopost-
hee lied zz~tcu ttzzittrs intt er radttates hero, is a professor titero.
ti"tfor legal toeiztt tolint fos Are cos thte ontly 1..'. of Mit. tatt
rv aitbli moo, andtvh hsgone thtore
1 y i ''roStfi si r t. aiii tt i - di ini. iPresidetlott .la ot vhii
sces5te.i Lrsti et a en- . IprecedledlIrosidoett \igcl i hiro,
iil to mnI - - -re le ad:wetfroitti here tereo. sit 111athtet
uiNrtlitvsterj: University was scosndt prosidontthtetytave tail fromt
f' ct inls855. Is Ilocatedl at th 5tzleslty oftichigan.
letlesgo iains at Eanstoii, the Cot-
of itara Ars lso Tieoogial The Excavation o Delphi.
tool bing at-anstton, aisdtthe Ilit 1887, xlhile tDr. bi)Coge ca
l Scloos---Union College o~f Lawc Director of thse School of Classical
~Medicai lcistal suitPiharmsacy Studies at Atttens, ie begans to msake
eParitlet sbeinig inii clago. preptarationts looking toword thle Ox-
'4fttis S srevoIslle ot o tsecaration of the site of anit Delld-
t nd is one (fifclago's most ploi. His recomlmendations wcore
ldsneands aristocratic suburbas. adopteti and after souse little delay,
fat ll t tw~ltoh loiusandctpopu- i1889 permlissi st-at sobtainetd
- lpl~alX- f ciol ar seatit-from tile Greek governmuentl to pro-
lt1is of Chticagitlo h itake tita ced witih the wrork of excas-ating-
th'eir plac-e of residenlce. -'-Blt in order to do thsis it stas tees-
I't is atMethzolist'deitlssi isatiotsiiz;satrv to putrchaste the little village of
it it not?" Castri, whchociciupies the ainiientt
t 11 ot, it itsttit strictly a do- silo. Tis little town-i of ssie 6oo
"llatioial ttso, although its io 700 itababitants coves ansitarea of
iilsdcr tile coiitrosl of thse Methodlist about 300 acresatid it scatstnecessarv-
iurciszljust as Columbilsa stas for to pitrchtasthetienttire tsttt:inii orider
'1z'i tliliiasuider coltrol oif the Etis- tio have riomt for oitrry'i:-og st thse
tIl il ;Md ale of theC(.ois ros a- sick. h rc -xduo h
T]here are mets atititl it is placst-as $8o,ooo, aitd this anioutit
t hotes clo n ot bielotug to the thte Arch,:: ological Isstitute if Attser-
1 tilodlst octurcli; fir exatmpile, iea at 51100 proceedied to raise.
keQV IDaviciSwing, of Chicago. The The stork of raising tis stuni li--
Iflelobers fiotl 1Jlt,183 i
(tiffre of tihe faculty belongtiotitan in Bso nJn,18 n
lisr en denominationts. It is tihe one year was ailowred for thte accept-
danc bdestrcollege under M4etho- ancec of tile offer of tise Greek got-
control, and in5 fact is the best ermeut. In June, 1890, thse fund
Wzdn ed institution 1n the West, lot yet hlaving been secoured, tise
DIN SDIAY, DECEMBER I1,f 1S90. PRlaCE 3 CJENTS.
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Sit. ttst Ibefire ties exi rtiott t )1i
tilt 1111 tltt-s'8ooo- wss sfiiially
se:II ire-ilOfll#itis attioittttBfoston as' tGs _Ga
tiate S ,ooo. Nosy Si sirSiSt .ooo - 7ta ia
tati Chic-ago S8r i oco.
Nosyvstwthet cvrvtfiiiig is re-aisdy ir - F hestS : 7-s 3 Aari a h
puishtigthe fprojtc l ttitocomletton, 0 - trq Sti ur pan pao-
ani unerxpectedl sifrictilty lots aphaear- - pt afaj
cii. Triciiitpliis, the Pimeur Si tisterr
twho itiaie thte treaty wth lithe Astor- D c-; fi It {cac.-,Bf J3 .,
icait Arc-lsaolgical li tstiltite, fiatsfcet
replaced b lao'o atii, wlho i isiler- flit0WOOl) W:1ltII AV'F,:.
stoiud tlie fav-orable- titthis-Freachb
anid miay possilyfvnott accfptthe ar- DCtroit. -_ voc ,a
ran tgi-mtents iof his predescessor.ViTe_____
Irs-ich litgas ex-av-atinig at Illfi
sotlc40}oat t a-,all int iiallyin ttIn a lotscslits
137a lhey laidi lars-tittml f ii anittIs-store still
Afpoloitst ataiotnal shirisic-of GIroost- lecopetiedlby
for many cesntturies. heire the wsorli I HA.5'1111:2ti-C.
~~~stolpiesdtasitunothinitg listsi┬žiti- eee
dote. formlerly with the
if thes- preseist Prime 'tin ister trill
accept his tpretdecessosr's arrange-
loots thse work of excavatiotns till
likely begin intthue comtinsg1ear.
Tise excavation of thsis famsosts site
is the most impifortant }jet undertakels
by any arcis-eologiesi society and no
doulbt wsill ise rewcarded by the dis-
covery of many treasu~res of great
value to tise ciassicailsstent. D~r.
D'Ooge wcas not only tisesriginator
of tie iproject btut Isis sitce givens it
msuch timse situattention.It wsa
largely due to his efftsrts thtat Ciia-
go sublscribed $xoooo.
Reception of the Woman's League.
'i'lese cindlaftersnooniiecepsftions
of thic' Iotiant iLeagueso scurredl
Sattirthax , lec-usber j , frto 3 to i.
Sit rs. l )'(.oge ansi tlcs.Thisitspsuti
kindtly-olpened thseir homesi for tse
ocsitntit chsiprov-edia mutst iple-
intot o 050 t)hse frestut.at boths
place~s.
The U. of Al.- girls are alive to thse
advantages of these occasions for bte-
coming acqjuaisted socially, and tile
membership list is constantly in-
creasing.
Hlarvarsd Outfitters,
Cambrid-e, Mass.
A 'Splendidh New line of Gentle-
men's Underwecar, Gloves, 'Ties, &c.
Also Sportinsgsitd Athlietic Goods.
Chas. Speller &~
20 1-2Z S. State.
I3\1 asitresslig a P'ostailard Is'
Manag~ier MichianaLeigucTIeaicilers
- Itreati,
NO. 94 SOUTH STATE STREET,
Several Good Positions to be Filled
by 4anuary 5, 1891

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