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~Jjc U.of
V01 '-N 121 U NIX EIRITY OF MICIGAN,\j
, n. Wia~Ip.
tSATtURDAY, MARChI 21, 1891.
PRtICE, THREiE, CENTS.
THE ORATORICAL CONTEST.
~C ormiley, Senior Law, the Vic-
Cr; w" S. Kelly, Senior Lit, Second.
A nesw er'a has dawned on the
T'fiversity 1. ihe interest in oratory,
Whtihas hitherto tain dormant, thasI
benawakenent into activity, as the
rgeanit enthusiastic andietnce as-
teched in Ltoisersity halt, ls
ilgit to witness thse lirst annnal c on-
test of the 1'. of Nl. O ratoricalt\s
tS'eratlfine solos were rendered
YMiss Alice Macy llarrali, ofD-
toit, which addted muclh t thcn
Ioynt nt of tite occasion. After to.
tedring of ''pierrot,'' and '"Lose's
Phiosophty," in an effective manner
by Miss tHarrah, Pres. Hfaner an-
£one the first oration, "Enmitio
'Cstetar, " by IV.1B. Ketly, lit, '91.
Althonghi dcoupying tthe usuatty tie-
esrahte position of first ptace utp-
oni the program, Ice began in a eoin-
Posed manner, and became more
earest as lie proceeded, and ttte
Interest of the andience becante ince
4li1ifest. Tthe Spanish patriot was
favorahtly comniared witti Gladstone,
tinrkadGambetta in a nmaster-,
'V . 'itantess, tasv, '91, theisnis-
Bussed "Prison Refornm." Ttie snb-
Itt lead esvidencty been givens care-
flConsideration. The lanuage
tsed was cthaste, and some sentences
effectiveo, cnierbeofIs
effet
forc vas destroyed by a tack of
oce in the delivery of sonmc of his
ri5st forcitble arguments.
QuolWarranlo,"was tie subject
ebyA. C. Gormlley, law, 'q i,
tedec, probably, sufficiently int-
dltating the departiment. to an easy.
tear and forcible manner, tie dis-
tuthed the right of the people to tde-
45ad "by what authority," certains
evils were continued. 'Thse corrupt-I
lgiufluence money bad come to
etert was portrayed,and tepol'
QI f{uo Warranto prescribed
tireit cure. It was a masterly effort,
many of his sentimenuis were
greeted wits applause.
A- IE. Ewing, law, '92, withs a
grateful bearing and an easy delisv.
eyIn patriotic language totd the
ry of the voyage of "Our Ship of
Mae," from the tinue it was em-
iarkd in the troubled seas of the
evtluttion. He has a popular bear-
lr u oeof Ihis arguments were
moesentimental than forcible.
Quotation from Longfellow's
LIauciniig of tie Sthip,"' ssas tbeauc-
tifulty teltiveredt, antI greetedt witth
trcootgeit aptlatuse.
'A Lessoin fromc Itotires,'' sas
tie stubject of ltce oration its'NV. 11.
\'ichots, lt, 'cai. Withc a natcrat
tetivcery cecilia'rlti himself, sicht
cawakenis a'g reat icnterest icnciiss'cortts,
cc tolcth ie stttrvif ttcelicv's of Jothc
t. Goucgth atnctJctntiI. tFinchi. Il
crgcteitchs were soccewhslat ccitdcwticth
ijtredrthte effect of htis coraticoc.
A
hsitter
Fieldt
seeti;
w sithc
bleac
succcci
A. A. Directors' Meeting. 5 AYING the expceriece of College
spcecial mceetinegsras tietl i MAiinurhiknots'tiid capctreciaete
a Nu hcatl at ino a. in.cto Inc- the casrefiil scrutiniy of College Stes-
pclacs for fitting ut the Athletic deints, hcavimng ca large cortps of skilled
D~escginers ciidclJeireters stpecially
I Estcima~tes cserceIresecntectas trained fccr hbicge aco tther jewselled
W5 'ncm, Son: lecelincg, tttck, impiortinig, its ste dttietcetly
ng, etc.,Soo;' fiincg cciibase- fiocis Paris, EccLccidoniaict-Amcsterdacm
ctc ond ccco 00i;so gracndtstacictccuc' 1ianciccccs accitthcer Iprecicous
iressincg' crocm iencacic $c -o0; Stocces, 'Weiase icc ac pcsitionistio pro-
dce the'ficiest pclaincs cincijeswelled
hers, $ho; tcetitis caccd tther Scociety had ccis of'tilt kic(ics wsicici tre
risSoo ''tatl.55~500. It ccc citucctccditiscc c c ouneccctry
chthe lice icsorc' hoard for tlie, W right Kay' & Co.
iccl It wais dccidtedt to take '
;ores to :cincorpcorate ltce A. A. ttMPORTER'Sl, 1JEWELEIIS
mniniccatcon wssreact froiiithe ASN I
ieiverect ccwetl wocritedtoraticcoiiO
"Purpocse aced lPower.'' Ace affected
articcutationc destroy-ed the effect of A coc
est in his subject increased acedIis
delivery became nmore forcible as lie
proceeded.
A. J. ILadd, lit, 'q;, chose "Louis
Kossccll,'' as his subjectl, ant at-
tough occupyincg an uncforunate
position senicthce acidiecice wouldt
Ice expected 10 be growvincg tired, liee
held ttceir close attecntion.
Th'le anniounceenit tiat tthe conu-
lest was wvoin ty A. C. Gormcley' was
greeted witthctheers accithtt '91 law
y'elt. Thle asvardlincg of seconcd tplace
to W. 1t. Kelly was receivccl sitti no
tess enthcusiascc.
IcTIr. Gorimley receives a testimoc-
ial of seveicty-five dollars, aicd will
repcresent tlue U. of Ms. at ltce Inter-
collegiate contest to tte held here
about May ist. Mr. Kelly receives
a testimconial of fifty dollars, and will
be alternate for that contest.
Thle folloswing table shuows the de-
cisionc of ltce judges, complete, on
delis'ery, antI thought and composi-
tion:
secretary of the Intercollegiate
Atthtetic Association asking for a
statencent of any athiletic records
hceldt by the U. of M. 'Messrs. San-
derson, Ilinclenan anid Dygert were
apcpoiited In look upth le salidity of
our records aind anssver thee coicn-
municationc.\'oted to eimptoster tlce
track conmmittee to arrange for at-
lowvi' ng meiitered for the iindoor
icceeticcg to pIractice icc the rnk ther-
itng theecomngescek.
Engineers' Trio.
P'rof. Cooley was interviewed thcis
afternooic n i regard to licecisuial tript
which a part of the engineerincg stu-
deissmake during the spring recess.
'theouhi the route is not as yet de-
cided upcon, the following facts weere
obtaiined. Theere are twvo trips uiuder
consideration. First, thee usual trip
to Cleveland and Pittsburg. This is
a very valuable trip, even to thiose
who have been there once. The ex-
penses are comparatively small.
Leaving Ann Arbor the Friday morn-
ing before thee spring recess and re-
turning a week frons thee following
Sunday, the expenses, including
some extras, are about $35. The
otheer trip is neore extended, and
takes in a new list of places, Toledo,
Colunebus, H'anmiltoni, Cincinnati,
theen to Fort Wayne and Southe Bend,
Indiana, from thiese places to Joliet,
Chicago, M~ilwaukee, Grand lHaven
and Grand Rapids. The expenses
of the tatter trip swould probably be
front $40 to $50i. In some respects
it would be more pleasant, and on
account of the variety of things to
be seen, perhaps, more profitable.
Those who are fortunate enought to
be able to go on the trip, will be
assured of plenty to see and hear,
whichever route is taken.
Chas. speller ,& .
Unsiversity Outfitters,
7>t SOtUTH STATE Si'.
ENGLISH
MACIITOSIIESI
T~nfl$ +GOOD$@
ENGLISH SERGE
00ATA13ND3T? IOUSE3
Jd'ST .AmRiIViEo.
BF-I B lMffGOODS,
SEARS' SPECtAL.
CHASE & PETTIV'S
CU M$lI BAT$ AflD BALL$
LARGE LINtEIN STOCKE
Finaust andi Largesut
L.INE OF
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOiODS I\ iHE CITYs.
Agemit for Am Arbor Steam Laundry,
quick delivery and best work.
qiiXs. $PE:LL(CR & qO.
UNIVERSITY OUTTFITTERS.
ANN ARBOR, - - ]MICH.
wN- =
Greeson.
Dffield.
32 3 NmNmSg yiCocker.
w' ; ggEE 9Total outcof
o - ' Possible 8001.
b, Average en
M tDelivery.
Oo cc Average oesCemp.
o cii Iand Theught.
G e - rand Average.

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