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To Select Debating Team Against
The final debate to select Michigan's
representatives in the Central Debating
League contests will be held in Univer-
sity Hall Saturday night at 8 o'clock.
This contest is between the law and
literary departments. The laws will be
reoresented by M. H. Cagmody, G. A:
Ohlinger, and A. M. Cloud; the lits, by
M. R. Sonnenscheim, L. Young, and A.
Governor Pingree will preside over the
contest, which will be decided by the fol-
lowing judges: Hon. Jas. O Donnell of
Jackson, Hon. Henry C. Smith of
Adrian, Principal E. A. Lyman of the
State Normal, and D. R. Colleiton of
An Important Experiment.
Professor H. S. Carhart of the physics
department of the University of Michi-
gan who is in Berlin. has compared the
standard Clark cell with the standard of
the Physical Technical Institute and
found that the electromotive force of the
standard Clark cell does not differ more
than one in twenty thousand from the
average electromotive force of the stan-
dard cell of the institute.
Eminent Doctor Here.
Dr. Charles E. Fisher, editor of the
"Medical Centry" and "Homeopathic
Text Book of Surgery," is visiting the
H omeopathic College.
Yesterday he performed a laporotomy
at the University Hospital, homeopathic,
and today he will address the department
and its friends at 11 a. m. in the Homeo-
Dr. Fisher has for a long time been in-
timately connected with homeopathy and
has written several works on different
branches of medicine. His address will
undoubtedly be very interesting.
Net Machinerg for Shops.
New machinery to the amount of $1,475
has been secured for the engineering
shops of the University of Michigan.
This machinery consists of a Kearney &
Treckere milling machine. a 17-inch by
12 feet Bather lathe with latest improve-
Student's Directory Out.
The Students' Directory wil appear on
sale today. This book will contain the
names and address of every member of
the faculty and student of the University
and also of the Ann Arbor High School
and School of Music. It will also con
tain a list of the names and addresses of
the students of the Ypsilanti State
Normal School. A new feature in this
"ear's directory will be a list of the
members of each fraternity represented
in the University._
The book is almost a necessity to a
large number of the faculty and students
and will prove very useful to them.
Every effort has been made to have the
names and addresses absolutely correct,
ad tle ook will be revised once every
three moths. The book has beis con-
piled under the direction of Glen V.
Mills, the publisher of the City Direc-
tory. It should be in the possession of
every student and professor in the Uni
versity, as it will be sold to them at a
THE VOTING FOR
THE LUDWIG PIANO.
Goes merrily on, and we, like the Eng-
lishman who for the first time viewing
Niagara Falls could see nothing won-
derful about them: "Such a volume of
water falling so great a distance," etc.,
for his part he did not "see how the
water could help falling." So it is not
at all strange when 15 merchants offer
to give a $350 piano to some lodge or
society that it is accepted wita
"Thanks." It is difficult to predict at
this time what society will register the
greatest number of votes, as the holi-
day trade promises to be heavy. If you
do not thoroughly understand the
scheme consult any of the merchants
KOCK furniture, carpets, picture
frames, mouldings, trunks and
WAHR & MILLER Shoes.
RINSEY & SEABOLT Grocelies.
GIEO. HALLER Jeweler.
LAMB & SPENCER Grocers S. St.
MEULIG.& SCHMID Hardware.
DAVI &BSE A BOLT Grocery.
H 0USEL BROS Bakers.
MILLER & PRAY Grocers.
H.C. EXINGER Fair Store.
JOHNSTON & CO. Groceries and
Meats, Forest ave.
The ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO.
C. A. HENDRICKS Millinary.
GOODRICH WALKER & MUR-
PHY Tailors, over First Nat. Bank.
W. N. SALISBURY Druggist,
- W eetyoius:t
Oer 70) dieent kinds
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and salted peanuts now ready. Come in and try them.
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