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n'IYEtI6ITY OFL AICIIIGA N, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31,1 l91.
'93's ORACLE. 1 Another Gymnasium Fund Enter-
tainment.
bonSale Next Wednesday. The m nity Club has made ar-
Oraclerangem en ti with Janes Is.. pplelbee,
an rceItSn a very attatiue the celebrated Shakesperian scholar,
artisti cover, the work of NlIr. who has been lectutrinhg inlth cite
Y Lhaldwiit, who receiveel the durling the past wceek, to giee a lee-
riefear his dli'oi , andt htalt o tore in lunirersite Iluall on the even-
etidaway the lirize ifor the tle11,oFbrutary 17. Ii e subject of
lije' 13othi the corer and the title \lIr. ipplebee 's lectutre swillproh-
labset the Oracle off tilod d bl eI3001.Te 'rtyCu
aand tuolake a giod itmpress-15i11101e d hr she general sirit if enl-
Ile ttr11tecaider wentilie irst Ii isiasiiswhichi exists anong she
tcs 1 the 11(11k. students in reg'aridtit thetil ii.1 i. 1111-
Ih lifrontispiece to the wrork 11o11' ject, and has iiiiiertakeii toIlear all
iii f lilotiirelr f rf the explenses iif thleentertaunnienit,
alter. and idoiiate the piroceed~s tiitthe (=}i11.
T5itl e storyseas written lby fund. :Many wtho twere Iprevenlted
111 Jessica V. Penny, and is en- from laaring Mr. Appileblee before
ti <' elowe tie Surface.'' The will nosw hare that opportitnite, aiti
str swritten in a nmost pleating swill at the sante time aidl in stwelling
faenner thte Gym. fund.
L price poema, writtena ly Mr. The Inlander.
an Ilason, oif the Dll.Ys
sta't t5iitsof a class song. It isIeoidyogae nizdii eirknoia
Veywell wrte antd reflects greatthrulyognzdadwrk n
et ttenr.Maon the first nuntler is being rapidly
INThere1ae1seMr aso. oem, uslaed forward. Thle editors have
ai ti by ,MIr. I. Keasily Fricedman,noyeanucdwhniwllmk
ttwe can turmiseeIteat thte judges its apilearance, bitt it is1 leariseilott
mut ltav~ecnsdee lonag wheher ood antthority tat this will lie
tI awardl Mr. Friedmtan or Mr.abu'Mrhi Onofterics
asutheize Mr. Freidman alreaily pronsisedl is bty IDr. H. C.
Prrr e. Adlanms, oia soiie one of the econso-
timed away te prize for thte best sec i usin ftedy
' n .H .an drew the piecato. Mr.IH. 1B. Shcoemtaker ant I Mr. 13.
priehcrton. f. Smithaveta elien added to the
at1th poem of Miss Ford, deliv'ereid board. At the time of thce caucus
reshutan hanequet is to he ' Mr. Shtoentaker piositively refutseid to
it ilthe Oracle, and following oianbitt strong pressure w'as
byr Ploems and htuntorouts sketcla brought to hear on bim nsdiihlehIs
f. redN.Scot.now centtited to act. Pd r.1E. 1).
kOiScot's style is so wtell Warnterlies beena electeedtio fill the
ad thtat Isis contributioncs neidlilace tade vacantbytersna
t te tg Tetrnai ie tioin of George Rebec.
work MissClwl."'eQ rllaralof a general char- Koch's Lymph.
s ld are tio the poinit. IDr. V aughan receivedl a supplyti
htall tlie stories are illustrateil. rect fromiiKoch'slaotry an
actor '-ti~o c tte ruual chr- ths mening ultio tuttercitlar patients
as tisll ohttro fesrewr ct.teil li' lrs. Vaughuan
ads t..otin are. 'The intmber of anti Christopher, at thte hospital, is
i1l rettect great creilit on thet the presence of thte Medical Faculty
,e our )rise ofi the liusiness isait- aitd an atmphithtleatre crowded with
The. Plhl s hestuenetts.
e -t wngi h boared of The first patient wvas affected witla
aknr'itery A Friednaan, msan- a tubercular disease of the knee
tt1s tditor; 'vm. I. Currer, busi- joint; lthe second, and on whtom the
i55y5 Saager; Miss ILulu I3.Sotith- most favorable results are expected,
Cahill Secretary; and Miss M. teas incipient conasumption of a
'elkandMesr F. Janette, F. H. year's standing. Several other
arseS. Sr Harris, Win. P. patients will test lthe lymph next
r ia . IH. Denham. Monday and Tuesday.
Prof. Wincheil's Lecture.
A large autdience asseissbled at
Uiversity IHall last nigiht to hear
lie. XX itliell'5 thuid eliilitioit on
evoltion.
In fiiut- letcttesit wusiiilli e im-
tissitle to liscuss evolutioti ftr1111a
'inilirtell mre iv endei oedtoi
his hietriers a lgilse if itsftae l
wotrk 1111wSichiiIithle Illainfeatitres of
his subtjectI iiiiililbelii l iii Iout11
IEloluionisiot ldctine, but iin
estalhd at. Tits Ita15 eenh
clearly tiemonttstertted ini the n1"1'a-
tie wo trli, hut it 15s1111re dilrutitlt to
establish itt the or-ait Maits litnks
Uain, THiREE CENTS.
b VINiG (lie expterienice of College
ietsln okiioss'antI aplpreeiate
the careful scrutiny of College Stii-
ients, Ihavinig a large icus of skilled
D~esigiiers antI Jewvelers specially
t raiiieidfete baidge anid other jewtelled
wotrk. Impolirting, litwetdo i, directly
frutoi Pais, Loiindonanti .Xiistei-,a i
our D iamndis aitidttoterpre'eiious
S'tontes. Wear'i'n-c I po itsititon tolie'
litre thei'neust lanslitandiljewellted
society' llaigi's if all kitits whlicht ate
jinllift i I l i li lt i ttoiltiy
Wright, Kay & Co.
tMPORIIIS, .1 ICX'EEhS
AtNil
M11-'FA(C'TUI'tGttJtEWELERtS.
Detroit, M oh Ran.
are still mitssing vet coinsiderinlgthe
theory as a swhtole, the greatest of
unblieer muteckitowledlge a Chap. Speller '& .
sy-ninetrical gaelatuin front losser tei 11Sto IIS
heighier formiis of life.
MXorphtologieal or structural evi-
deuce is abundinilct. Iy arrainging
each ilistinct ty pe ini a series, the i . rnTT7 AM 4 TTP
eintire aimtal kiigeloiminay' be teac-
eel beck tel a groupi of creatures seho
bear fuisiamnttal resemtbhlantce tel1
each other. 'Tese muay- le folloedi
still further util it is easy- to con-
ceive of a commuion ancestor.
Geographical position alis heel
nmtichsto edo weith inittoducig s-erie-
tions intospiecific typies. 'I'le hear of
Florida differsswidely-fromit the grizzly
of the Rockies, yet both are mtemibers
of the saute fanly-. It is niot iii ac-
coridance withe the econsonmy of nature
that spiecific types should retne
fixeel. Another cause of these
chsanges is seen its the existaisce of
hybrids. Bly thtis manaisnmany fixeit
typles have uindergone conmplete
transformation.
'The last liek hioweever is the claits
of evieneite is fotind in emibryology.
All animals lbegin stithi a sinmple cell
oir ovumtic hl is alike in all crea-
ttures. ''hiere are twenty-tweo stages
of enmbryoniceveselopmetteachs lil-
iing a spiecific inaime, aisd representt-
lng thle successite stages in oirganic
developmlaent. Fromne legininiig to
enet there is a miaterial continusity
which leaves ISo doubit that thee pro-
cess of nature has been evolution.
13.1L. Sanaderson. chairman of thse
track athletic commaittee, desires all
1whao exptect to enter in lthe13. A. C.
ganmes, at Detroit, on thee 27th of
February, to hand their nanmes to
him at once.
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