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VOL. X. ANN AIRBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900 No. 77.

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1 Fine Fall and Winter Ii
E Suitings, Golfl Suits, E
Fancy Vestings.
T DRESS SUITS A SPECIALTY T
A We Carry the Largest A
I Stock I
In the City. L
0 108 EAST WASHINGTON ST. 0
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WILD
Instruments...
Scalpes, - - - - 25c
Foreso, . _ - 30c
Se ta le Scissors, - 35
Chai 1 d Utnd ooks,- - - 15c
Blowpipes, - - 10
Eight piece Sit S, - - - $1.50
TenpieceSets, - - - $2.00
Fully Warranted
Wilder's Pharmacy
THE For sever weeks we have
TpeeE laLing in it stock for the
RELIABLE nere
GARS ad TOACC.
PIP-S A Sh05.GIAL.TY.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.
DISS(TIM SIS
Everything you need and a
Case to hold them.
Bacteriology and
Histology Sets
Everything you want of the
eryttest quaity, and our
prices are -welt, ask ts.
CALKIN'S PHARMACY
Have you Seen Those New
5O(lsWiP
OF THE
Unicersity and Ann Arbor?
THEY'RE GREAT
FlVE K ItDS ONLY 2c EACH
WAHRS

ELSA VON GRAVE-JONAS
Gets a Rousing Reception at the
Faculty Concert.
The audience at last night's faculty
concert ws considerably smaller than
at the .previous one but much more
promp 111 arriving and more appreci-
ative and responsive. The first num-
ber was begun promptly at eight
o'clock with all the audience in their
seats except three or four who strag-
gled in later.
Eve-y tnumber was favorably re-
ceive itt i deserved the reception it
got. The concert as a whole was un-
usually well rendered and was one >f
the nest given this year. The open-
ing duet hor piano and violin at once
warmer up the audience and com-
polied favorable recognition. Elsa Von
Grave-Journs was given a ringing round
of app'atise as she appeared as atesti-
mony of her popularity. At the close
of her :elections she received a ver-
itable vocation and was recalled. And
her playing justified all this enthu-
siasm. Her enthusiasm and fire were
contaious, and the ,softer strains,
soothing and charming.
Gardner S. Lamson in his rendition
of the Legend from Chiemsee dis
played his dramatic power by the easy
naturului ss in which he adapted his
voice to the varying emotions.
Th closing number by Benard
Sturm revealed some of his best play-
ing. The grace of his execution and
dllicaco ihis Cpressi1cilicit ithe
Imost iavorable comment. The follow-
ing is the program:
Sontat, Op. 24 ...... L van Beethoven
(For piano and violin.)
Allegro-Adagio molto espressive.
Scherzo-Alegro ma non troppo.
Alberto Jonas, Bernard Sturm.
Eliland; A Legend of the Chinese..
-.. ..A. von Fielitz
1. Silent Woe. 2. Frauenwoerth.
3. Roses. 4. Secret Greetings. 5.
On the Siore of othe Lake. 6.
Lould Voice. 7. Moonlight night.
8. Dreams. 9. Anathema. 10.
Resignation.
Gardner S. Lamson.
Sontat, Op. 68, B Minor-......Chopin
Allegro maestoso.
Scherzo. Moltovivace.
Largo.
Finale, Presto ma non tanto.
Elsa von Grave-Jonas.
a. Romance.-.... .....Arthur Roote
b Scherzo from Suite in F........
..... ..........Franz Ries
Bernard Sturm.

TRACK WORK.
Seceral Meets Will be Arranged this
Spring.-Paris a Possibilitu.
A call has been made for all track
canditlates to meet Tuesday night at
the Gym. in the annual mass meeting
where a few short speeches will be
made by prominent athletes, Capt.
McLe -ti and Coach Fitzpatrick. The
names of those desiring to try for po-
sition,, en Michigan's team will be re-
ceived that hours may be assigned
the vririou men for practice. Already
much interest is manifested and the
hurdles and pole vaulters have com-
menced sork on the main floor of the
Gym, while the heavy men in the per-

summer. A good sized, well balanced
team will be taken or none at all so
that there is incentive enough to urge
on every athlete in college to get out
and work for the future glory of Mich-
igan on the track and in the field.
It reiaains with the men who make
the team-if they make it good
enough they will be taken to the Ex-
position, if they fail in bringing up
the standard we will be without rep-
resentation.
Arcl geological Specimens in the Mu-
seum.
The archaeologica l specimens be-
loning to the museum have been -
range I ir the hallway on the first
fBoor. Tii casts from the Smithsonian

MARTIN H. CaI/J\D YiGA OrLINGFR
MICHIGAN'S DEBATING TEAM.
The debating team which will de- :Ex.-Scrortary of War, Alger, will pre-
fend Miohigan's interests tonight is side ar the debate and while in the
compose iof A. M. Cloud, of Earlvyie, city wil be entertained by Dr. Angell
Ia.; 10_. i. Carmody, of Grand Rapids, who still introduce him to the audi-
and G. A. Ohlinger, of Ann Arbor. Mr. ence.
Cloud is a senior in the law depart- The following judges have been
ment and has taken active part in chosen to decide on the merits of the
debacing during his entire course. debate Hon. Harry A. Garfield, of
Mr. Carmody, a junior law, was a Cleveian , Ohio; Prof. Waldo, of Pur-
member of the team that defeated due University, and Hon. J. K. Hamil-
Pennsylvania last year and is an hon- ton, if Toledo, Ohio.
or orat-r of t Unversity. Mr. The question to be discussed is:
Ohlinger, a member of the freshman "That municipal ownership and oper-
law class, and '99 lit., was prominent fion of street railroads is preferable
in debating circles in the literary de- to ownership and operation by pri-
partmt . before graduating therefrom. vate companies." Chicago has the af-
Only Mr. Carmody has represented firmative and Michigan the negative.
the University before on a debating The Chicago debaters arrived last
team. But all of the speakers have night and are at the Cook House. The
had neaily constant practice for sev- debate will begin promptly at eight
eral years and have been in depart- o'clock.
ment finals.

Lecture on Liquid Air Tonight.
As has been previously announced, sons of Steckle, Wilson, Kramer and Institute, which were received some
the liquid air machine recently pre- Barlsenbis are busy daily tossing the years stnce, have been arranged it
sented to the University by Mr. shot in the basement. Shortly a new the cases with the archeological spec-
Brush, of Cleveland, is now in perfect indoor shot will be provided for use imens so that it is possible to make a
order, and Dr. Freer's long expected in t.Le meets which will soon be its thorough study not only of the speci-
tecture is finally to be given tonight order. mens in the museum, but of any col-
in th Unity club course, at the Uni- Very shortly, probably immediately lection. The collection of casts con-
tarian chotch. It is safe so say that a after the examinations, an indoor tains riodels of the different types of
large audience will be present, as meet will be held which will be fol- relics and it is only necessary to com-
there has been a widespread interest lowed by several more before the ptr.e the real specimens with the
in the subject of liquid air, and there final Varsity meet. These prelimi- casts.
are few people who are not anxious to nary coitests will enable the coaches The collection loaned the Univer-
hear about it in detail, see it, and see to jut better of just what work may sity by r. W. 1i. I linsdale is being
,bshelve near the Ulniversity's collec-
swtaut i-sn be inc switht it. Br. Fre- t e td-i frim fue nmen whets tion. In consequence of this it will
made :t special study of the ma ter com etition and will sustain the in- be poasusible to study his collection by
during the past summer in Munich, t eers of the rithletes themselves. means of the casts.
and there is no man in the contry i crc i., every prospect of dual The collection of shelves in the
msu inhas been arranged in cases
heft-triallifid to spelt pn til metis ti slring swith Wisconsin ani hn th balcony on the third flioor. This
subject. Many of the marvelous e Chicage besides the Western Interco- iporti i of the museum has been giv-
porimoents to be performed have al- legiat e meet. Another meet is likely en ovue- to shells. Already five large
ready been mentioned in these co- to be scheduled with some other of cases rave been filled with speci-
tumns, alah no one can affod to miss the western colleges to take place in Xh ots to berela ed. th ells re
this opportunity. This Till be the Ann Arbor. Then if the material is mounifte i on neat cards and labeled.
only opportunity this year to hear a good and the men develope well so In fact the slan on which the museum
lecture on this subject in Ann Arbor that our team is of a superior nature is be tag iearranged is to mount the
and to see practical demonstrations of it will be taken to Paris to compete specimeand wit wiahcomplet tround
some of the uses of liquid air. in the international games there this els.

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