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March 07, 1891 - Image 1

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Vol- L N to.U IVEIPiSJTY (91 MICIIIGrX iK IA IX(I nI Iiu Tt ti
ATI'EPAY. AMARCII i, 1, 1. I'xic :, Tiijai, C1,,N'I. .
r, S1)
"1tReview of Our New Literary
"Ytihonor fitsOwhrot. The falling snotwi
Bueilds shrines antidoown oof itsoahl
oth ite,
'liesummer wnd yedsOwehoitt s f ntnmmsoj
lycliste-o-rsren the hirds' swert r aises,I
And 1 , tt thy- humbrerhhild, unskilled t write,
( 1'ti t i lt tote ereinth ur )ife c.
, puli shdf by t h It
onilltislt ilasoi i lt, a n u lioisat- I tll itt Fred \ 1Sc tt nitledtttt
itlt 'P1 iit d Ialeto t ,the Iii 1casti ns th ifcute a t 01 110ii
Ofi tt1:1 o l l absoltti tititittit
~~tera tot towh ic olhad bef orttnit
pla oattIe is tsjeta atit attelltiptsti otieistalisha rtt5 c.
l,]o t-Tlle fj tho tt k hgor nurneldorf,"ti1t
b ftrst'ltrinenhon andilnwiynnandertrtt
all artie ob Pfaido e tt erestci .tin nnncni is e b lt t hin ; -t~
t5 notin(]hrapiduc antiythis troit iitritonittit
till freontfrntret itatiOur
thtfl, t telatiicli"eab rle t wt h ' itch tap o t Tdh indeatis ijnangodtti t het '
th ateeal,' ie totl- ntak n'1lofInayongr abcativ ff000.
0Inn rach forig "Acstt waoier i soea ewhte tcarllit. A
ate tiiportt iceof oureciatnal eTt liitlyofindou t aili lie's ste,.
itg° bttEuopend ou a S itdb ihr togrwl
tude of Itgreat dvioptet TeFu raLoarwnoetn
bttt eittinntfltece, okeintertati Irerisetveagowyerhelmioiyo
10 a ttititutey enai <rege T o le lais treatadte n wath urt eao
atnrfredomifrlo etts.' see
alliarces," hich e able u to g eI t sen d sdtiiar las adtud e s pttedy'
a is; bu xaferimetl," ' i tt' nIsa- u the Ila ndof rf. Wellsitt lro e-
ns, oth eas ndris dirntctywt tproit hieterlaypo itofeta .e tt
tris llheimof ritan epaoree.ancile daritin itt Detro itl tei sudent
bdealg it])E ur oise' as to tt stan acltd _tothecottt a ose- nd_ tnet
tbtin o f ti erIatdevlr e tll Teparate a oesh r elatstw
lb0 i cmmr eof ltkol iticl conotay fenonthyasnben t or
t nhat aes" P eny resinnt., AneCir fcutyand
hIofth ds'lom it o t theIletrodtar meSt. andls wc hu -i
lz< te an<ecdeB'' rsi dittasnodielsta denrtsttencour
Aio igtat Evperyi tet"a -'tof ho ue ati f t ofeWltetv blosin g,
bte ndrmy, shouldaatictrriveterdjus.ithadvateftite
sctne fultofprct arug est ionsaini arriaesi Dt ro the oya tuelats
ttkxe adan c s trillsbenae.tont' teshrcn
birgd.unddocrierhsbeti 'Pt s ecuwrethorteathttg
fowtut iner artyheProf. tlFpraniA.btten tonments tere werewa
l~l0 hen'v oe- ntnbrl for tea feron.Igntho
ofenYer oPtealmyonion,''fternstutesegbtedfinst.o't
ftp' th iter ta,"docri Hny ofolors of the neiruit, dt
n't et reAd m, satedmpjtts sstit- fwitdhiblack , ter e rby th e
lelt o he d veyo me t fthe Dets.o i lte . t ain leftDet roitat i:4
gA illnnet Foutdcu.ThsaPs t 'clorivditneatoAnthArbort
lb C!hngtatpesvenc tue,"intP-he6o'clock. lnwbocslog
°u sinptae tionesuCooey.t o ul ad carge wihtebd an rltvs
Sh etl eFum oriSeettia n ue hMisKeienfwrie,'9,olt, lasts
tterha dfressaedthA newadMater, be fcal rl oery nthedeatofa
sane f wags. "n my pinio," reate t en h iet h
Up the Rhine and Over the Alps.
1shall trv to take' ou ito ott-
if-Ite-way plit's wiscli-thtertla-
lel the et iti it t s'iu'Mr.De.t
Mit frstL~v w v of i v I iti tt ie
I dtitedte entyintotologInr spiatt
t hutg rotandtistilwhithetotit rat
Icthedrl riao tsitructort hofeti tlnt-
t;2etieIt b ~rotinttto fettfitiati
teorto itavittioits itemaostce
stoegitse wok .ikthte trctoitot
thie finges.tI ttcarist Cotoeiit
the rials siunort fura sor tt
tiltittattre iltd tuejor tticevdi
the abstte of gearorstifiautousesn
Otnly cities everywhiere-cities iviicht
lie tdescribtetd tith atdjectioes soitie-
twhat siingtular, ' small, compilressetd,
humttpbacketd cities, hitumatnat
hieaps."' Especially hail lie tioticedi
the absetnce of yountg tieit amongtihe
field labsorers. hut here, saitd he,
oit aill finthienm, ini this gatrrisona
opposite Biadetn, thtousantds of itetm.
'jTetnott tp the riser wtl truin
atnt fortifications on either huaitt.
At Strasburg we descetnded withlthte
lecturer into thte subterrattean
citattbers of an anicient castle.
H-ideous instrumnetts of tortture,
"soothting influenices,"' ttenmajor
called thent, are dragged to lightt and
experimented with. 'Te speaker
tells usliow lie lay downa ontthle rack,
appllieti the iroit cap, te bracelett
and antklets, atit was stretcheti, itt
te fashiont of the " goodI old days
of yore ('.)''-only ini less degree.
'Pite House of GIuteinberg at Mentz
was visited, Above Metthle river
wsta left anthIe journey across the
mountains began. A description of
the ascetit of a glacier constituted
thte pritncipal feature of thte lecture.
It is in scenes like thtese, thte thrill-
log tind terrible, that Major Dane in
at htis best. Thin Alpine journey
filled nearly half the evening.
But it cannot be reproduced without
reproducing the lecture eintire, and
in the exact words of the speaker.
J5 lNlIteerO~t iteliet of Cohlege
S ttn tthio kntots itd apritettt b
he i t otttt5 0 carfutsruin it'CllgeS' 'tui-
detsttt hai-iie-ia lasrgee co 01ofskilledl
trasinetotttr btadge anot hettr jettellotd
wok npriiigthis -itveitlo i retl
frdrs ond oh Amani
Ch~i Danp. S ane oter p&eiou
t nes erill I o stitito po
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