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Ijc U. of
Al. WaiIp.
VOL. I--N O. 146.
UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN, SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1lf)1.
Pics.,, TimiEE CiENTS.
As CS GORM1bEY \V1NS.
THE U. OF M. ORATOR TAKES'
FIRST HONORS.
J. P. Adams, of Northwestern
University, Earns Second
Place.-- Four Good
Orations.
A "Rattle of tse Orators" lastj
night's contest may lbe very appro-j
priately termsed. Fosur of United
States' leading educational institu-
tions have niarshialled their oratori-
cal forces; their leaders have suet
upon a fair and opens field, and the
UT. of "M. has addesd another laurel
to her wreath of famie. Thle only
lamentahle feature wsas the small at-
tendlance, which, considlering the
fact that the LT. of M1. had the
grvat distinction to he favored with
lthe first contest, cannot he toou
severely censured.
After the rendering of a selection
hy the Cliespi oegons, Presideut of
the League, G.I..I :Morton, of the
tniv-ersitvysit 'isos i,iinstsroducesd
Itie first speakil-v, Austini C.(iorso-
ley, of the t liiivrsity ofil i ugaii.
After bsingi is raisfvlly sto the deles-
onstration of Ihis fvilow- students lie
entered upuissthyeidisciussiiio1oIis
subject, 'Quo ls iauto, 'in ian
easy msansner. Wsithi clear accensts
ansI stirrinig lasngusage liesiepicted
thle evil infiluence of the mionsey
plower, ands sought by h ishat authosr-
ity'Manimon rules.'' The Armericani
pesople svere urged nout to follows
thseir Napsoleons, money posver, io s
their waterloo, hut to assert their1
plowier of "qsuoaswarranto."' The
production seas clearly orignsal anid
bhlinsl the niere selivery couldl he
tiea a masterpiece of thought ansi
composition, ss-hichs sell mieritesd the
applause wi-ilswhlich it wvas re-
ceiedi.
Tise sext stieaker ivas Thseodlore
hXronslsage, sof the Uniiversity ofI
WIisconsins. l i- as greeted witihj
hearty applause wis-lheshsossesd that
the audience si-re inmpartial its their
denmonstrationss, anid swhatever favor-
itisms oight lhave hven ini their
hearts, it sias not applarent to the
speakers. is suhject, ''Luther ait
worms,'' sas ahly handled. lHe has
a strikinig scarn sgasni a character-
evick, Detrosit, lI
i stiieliv'erv, fisllsifsdramic oc.DtroitassilPIc
lie Ihias a sciuserfil poweIoI d-jApletlvon, is.s
scriliivssandilseemsedl toi-asrry Iis coiiiloiition.
anilience Nsi-lhIiiismha s li id ly - Ilis class-suits
scribesd the sceine at th ito hir ilviiOiistI
Wosvrmss. It sias replete withl leaiuti-islivin it wias aisii
fill figures sandl iiesply insteresting; Ishonor isas ian~
thirisuglssit. aiid sias ciitisusiasticalls- iey,1)1 thy .'
appllaudeid. hoiior wis is a s
The Clsejuausuegisssiiissen 'uislercdi Adaso
ansother selectioss, after ishis Is thy vomsillete sco~re
psresislent istroslucedil e h r- fiounin iithy fll
Suer, of Oherliss College.I lusty a-
slelegations of Isis class-iatessi
o-cupied the easterni lortions of the
hall andi assisted in givin's ituass
enthusiastic wielcomue. Somse cons- - -
jecture was had as to how lie would
treat Isis subiject, ''K-ng Phllisp in
Anerica.'' It sias soon fosindi to he -_
a discussions of the livquor irohlem,
wi-hichisias perhiapsiass usfsrassate
suhject for an occasion of the kind.il
lHe has a tall ands stasisy hsar-
inig wicim nmedliately clialletisevl I
the attetntiosn of the auience.si-vIv
has a miagnificent voices hc i
hs issdser perfect cositrol. Altlioug'h
Isis susliecctisas ivell wris h
sad scsi srgumencits to producesvvandv
the issterest of Iis hearers ibegan to
awaskensiniithe subject usti lveladl
their cisisest attenitions. 'ilshisses-
ing- siosds lie esalleid 5515n5 citizevns,
statesmiens snsdlChiristiasstoi risv u
andilput the rmisspiowier loss. Is t
sias a miasterly- effsort andilgreetedlI~
switli prolonigedl applause.5 - -
Tie last spessker sias IJsilis1I1.
Adlaums, of Nortlhwiestvr nvr
sity. Ilec assumtiedla vrygravvful - "'
piositioni andi havd the hearing of a sns et
csltsireilelocistiossist. His svoice_
sias clear asid iell usodulatved sil lthahssd
jsdevoisd of harsh soundvs, sihsmsadv Nortlherni Orator
it onse pleasinug to listensto0 Inisa fesois
forcihle worsds lie tolsd of -'s'svtersdvtiss-a lt
IDefessce of the Constitution.s iIso Iis delegates sw
speech-I sias wiell arranagesd ands siseyopeing of the n
sesignsevdto uset sitils popuslar Iai or lth isinitatios
Is sias rendelrevd ini ssdmirashlv andvlAnmherst asdivl'
graceful smannser asndlrvecviivs1 withlsIaucs-rc
great fasvor. isst isake asisaat
IThe stecisioss of the ; ai s iias affair, or pireferr
asiaited ith-Issuspiense, thyesaudievncv veague. I osa-si
Ion.i Alfreid Russsell,
if. (G. I1. Gallagher,
on thotught andi
es c~ousldlsot restraiss
-ationis of iaiiproval1
oiuncedi that the first
levI to A. C. Coris-
if M. The secosivl
irvlesliitolsosn II3.
oirtliwiestern. - The
of pinits si-ill he1
los-usa table:
'si'sINII the expserienice of College
Mesliiihokissw sinud apipreiaite
thy' csrefl scsrustissi- of Colleg-e Stus-
lat iiis~- srge c-orps of skilled
I Designuers andi Jeelrs-i. specially
tsisl1tra h or slage sassiothesr jewelledh
isrk simport15ing, is Nsee doi iirectly
fromsiParis, Londioin snsilAmssterdams
isis iamnsansii thveris pieciosis
Sissies si-cr-si-i' aiposiionto vspro-
Isisce the fitest plta itiandjeweolledl
Socsit1y- salgssiof sill kinsw iuhsire
ssssanusfacsiurs- iiithis evountsry.
Wright, Kayi & Co.
I-'IORtf'IS, .1 11W ELEIIS
AND
MANCI~PACTITIING AJEWELERS.
Detrot, Mohwan.
E :r
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Sistirck.University -Outfitter,
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Grand sAve-rage.
ng of the N, 0. L.
ess meietisng of the
ri-al League yester-
acommnittee on i-re-
sossteul. The Ober-
re siot piresenlt at the
mseetinug. IReplies lti
issuesd to Cornelil,
susceusiss tioltsinthe
i. They either slid
ice iniserest iii the
red to jsoinsass eastern
'uuiversisi- andshIKnox
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its the smeantimse heisng vntvertauined College sent dlegates swith apuhiica-
biy the orchestra. TIhe judsh swi-rc- tionss for smembhership. The cuss-
R -ev. IH. A. Cles-elands, hushinapi1s, sidheraution of the msore impjortsant
Iush., t'rof. Anuizi Atwiatvr, 131oo111-hbsinuess sias piostpionedh till this
iuuguos, 1usd., andshProf. Johnsts 1 uissirli
Giriffithis, of InudianapuolisIsis1 out-
shelisvery, anud Mrs. Htorati-vitscIs Game called nt 2:30.
TiRY HIMS.

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