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March 11, 1891 - Image 1

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" I"-Ni. 111. VUNIl SITY OF MICIIA N
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E D-N E'SDA Y, 1I:1 ItC H 11, Po 1. PINcF., Tip i;r;i,, C'ENT, .
ti , :
TRIQUTEs TO PROF. WELLS.
Senate Memorial.
tefollowing is, then.minionl of
tt-'iiVersity 8111 ite u11)01 thei late
ile Pages of ou0 ournal reor.
th fa' . itt rnon te pat
srrll l -
ttk lti aiv of t Ir mt ial i-ni-
it ii5e10rs1 niii of the oldest and
h11t wId oho kinni itf our iinumer,
I"1 the midstn of onl hnreneioen t
ove 0l iecnnnt dcathi of Professor
Ott 11srr;In weiae burdnied~ witha
" th1 fouthda of :Mlarchi i s91r,
a n th ity of Detroit, William
calmr 1\'oils, Kent Professor of
t' zn the Laws Departmsenat of the
l slt a f ichgan, died while
afs heacie perforioance of lilt pro-
stnlduties hefore the Wayine
(Ctut Court. Ile 1had just fiiiisliedl
tittit
tl10targument~ 111o0 a qoestion of
r ililp)ortailce, and apptearedi to
}h 1i lire1t health, fren from ntyii
Yslcti or menutal idnprnson.
I 6 whatsoetvor.
i te Pleoiple of theo tMttne 11:1 Ai-ll
baChv inect withl a groil 1os)..
r~eo Wel twit ini the trulesti
119 tone was freoly Oie tio tie ni-
etioii of qiuostionst oif natioinal
rta ance and Ite teas alwcays
dY an wel equiped.In the
>tytsroscntoese that hate
ring the past thirty years
ileg l edcational antI political
slects' to coniprehlensive was his
iol ledge that lie was seldonm ex-
forded from lte foruna of discussioiii
wan of technical learning. l110
itrr eWi5 counsellor, and lilt viess
eagerly sought for. lie fre-
IVtrl expressed them front the
ttil antI litre lie hiad hot fete
el ult. The force of his logic, the
gt0anc of his dictioii, and the dig-
lp tI earnestness with which lie
tttted anissue, alsvays coot-
hisddot
I- iadversaries.
gffrbrsate tmuch tinme to thne study
in social and political
01 t1e AitS Il~e teas a vice-president
hti eAericant Free Trade League,
o anorary member of the Coh-
t1t0 gn b ufEgland. I-is opinions
-0f fits questions were exptressed
nYpublic occasions, but it
I oiililbide110to attemp)1t to onniner
ate his1addrness05s lto tiniiohvr
lvii)Iill)ave iattraceo Itimh ooit atten-
till,) ari:n IkIe iReliationsofl, ti
caeI l Let to1) i Aln01001 1111P01itics,
dliveired Ito tm the .so)ia li ii llmili
]aliv Powrin a Ie Ill)n
la i e Ie in In lei an i ',il I ?)
Ln( Prvate C'o poraion '" I I i -l'k
1110tli t hiltametvilt 1)1)0etimhocusn
sWo11 of 111111 111105tlon.ktt lt~ 0
Ipeolitofise ProiessoriWllstook05
of oatvuopateuc fplito ial war-t
fathattdio tetivlvtiheof iti
slic of riciples thitoknexpeting
ar srecevartyganrebuarIfot tplle
ticiantilin e p ~foftlarce. nse.tilI te
peoplseofllthe stte ioi ofthe lsse
public uions, wiiithot Il.) in
emorialtsofotfictsergIlumi.b
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(Cioenic ldeichign, oils hldi
M lemcity of Pittsbrghlimi.h
Aie tinof onthe dat 1nofte t
Dnietrit ofMichigan ae ai-
tlie itroarkitsbyauiiiParoiunct-e
li'hrsof eMluach, the1coioite
tae tonopietheehof tothe lse
retabole Wiledim the.areli-s of
Dothe Uniriyanilfteracho-h
geitne reisaoneofyprofundersadness.
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tirsoeathths eploiied.heillnwP
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eitti nthatetehneners tofe c
Auofthe University o ahof Mihi-
tnersiypursoofbhicuatinnel
dethra nepayfapruofurespecteto
lit nemry.t Ioniltidethathe '.i
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profest s ftee he lweaslostdiani
ableingtaheand e, fobrsn ofth
itdbiteth doy ramets.Weresret
thait1)11r sentimeinlts of revecrencel- le
forever assoncitodithItlhi s nanw.
W~e mion llas 1our1e0p1)0)1 tetoit
a~ince, lii)which teaed11111iltoll
1)1)knc ltl uigthemp1)0o
,ftinssociaons ith )001ill,10 -
llt~nlo I I ,areollfor ovitn,
It'll)) 1)0 cited ih 1or reltedi
tol i m.))) T ru1))a1)11)1111,1 ha
memorI behtndihint
los)1'I1{ll)))) 1-,
liRANK 1. C1021
A1i. AxGFY
Chorai Union
Priifessor Stantltv will-Iea n
f ornial talk in Rhooml 24 1Thiirsdiy
afternmoon, at 95olock,011 timeIpro-
grainl of the cooling Chln t'ii pion01
Iconcert. lHe witt oulinle thee01usi-
(ill strulcture of thu mb111ers, shuts--
igtheemtitc treamoenlt,111)1iv-
iiigtlie chmaracteristic features if each
pliece. A portion of the 1111)0urwill
tie giveii to illstrationls on the piano
of the sobjects under cosiderationI.
The 1leture is intenided to give the
idea of the comnpositionls fromi the
comnposer's standplloiint so that out
can see twhy and hose the brand nius-
ical effects, such as tee Iind iii the
Christoforus, for instaunce are Ipro-
duced. Those twho attended Pro-
fessor Stanley's lecture just prior to
the Bostons Symphony Concert, last
year, will renmenaher with what added
enjoymuent and uniderstandinig they
listeuned to that rendering, of the pro-
grani; aind no one, weithi or without a
miusical education, shoold miss this
opportunity of helping thieniselves
to a correct iterpretationt and right
applreciationi of the F1riday ettning
concert.
Season tickets are on sale now at
Calkins' drug store, oia State street,
lrice two dollars. Single admission
tickets will he on sale at the sanme
place, Friday. T[hey can be bought
only on presentation of a season
ticket, and the price is seventy-five
cents. Prof. W~ines niay be seen at
the drug store that day between a
and 4 p. m. Tickets may also be
had at the hall on the evening of the
concert.-
AE'I (." thin 0x1pe1ience 'of Coileg
Men 'lol ti kinsi and-apptrec-ite
he caeuili sociiuiity of Coleei t u~ i-
itents, hutito' a liuge cisii f01skilled
Di-n'eurs -iiii Ivitrelers spetcially
tiiedi forl 'is usanI othii'ije-telled
Nvlk hpiiipo liii' is iii iido, icitly
fn PainsI onion a_.in 1 od i
Stone. Weai~e i a psition to) 1ro-
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Uniivers~ity Oustfitters~,
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Agenut for Anin Arbor Steamn Laundry,
qiuick delivery and best weork.
q53A$. $PCLLER & q0.
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AKIN ARBOR, - - MICHL.

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