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94 PaIl



No. 104.

6. H. WILD Sc CO.
Wi he ssejust 1ecerivtil 00r line
,of spring wooleins for locus
wer t inclurles ev erything in
-taples that ar suitable soil Ie-
sorslle foi the season.\Ve arc
aso shoingss full ranes iusnove-
eties, in quiality ansd style to
sits the imost exacuting taste,
consistinig of ITop Coats, Suit-
insesFancy ests sandGolf
Ii ossserisngs We invite yosi to
call aiad inspect oiii line at
108 E. Wasbirgtor) St.
AT rcnl
ALL i u
HOURS prepared t illP
Wilder's Pharmacy

Knight Templars Will Hasve Exhibi yses are made bath as ts sugar con- I
tior. Drill in Gym. tent and as ts parity.
The program fsr the entertainnsenthigihl as 400 atmospheres), anai ana.
of tise visiting sir knights and ladies Analyses are als being made of
swho will be here at the mactine of sdiffereat portions at beets to deter-
the Grand Commandery, Knights Tern- mine hew the sampiles sheoild be taken
lila, is as follows: trans the beet to insure a representa-
tive partion.
Tuesday, May 15. Duiriing the UCiristoase vacation P.
Forastionat coluinns as escort olf F. Trowbridge, the instructor in this
thse ttraindlComansidery trosm its hsead- subject, spent several das insathse lab-
qiiarters taoltheasyliinaat 1t o'clock p.,ioratory at the Hay Uity Sugar Coma-
ns. passy, isnvestigating the variouis seths-
Opieningseoftthe 44th analssi iconclasve idestftaretisganassnaslyzissg.
afth ticGraniiiComimasaandrKnsighsts lisaecheisists sait tare imasters at
Teispilar at Michiganiatsitue asyliuis thevaiosefactorisasre isnvitedl to
sit Anns Arbor Commandsiiiery5at 2:30Ip"maresetih tilesugar cemisists oathtes
is. tUniveassitsyandi agricusltrasl callege in
Addrcess of uselcoeetoiGraidissil sans oeasrseceat the cemnical lahora-
msandeary. tory diinig thse meetisng at thseAlicia-
During tliseassion ofatthse ,randis a iii State IFarmes'aInstitute.
Comsmsansiery ass rie afternooniiofat aay - -
15, by speciail invitation at the nether- New Outing.
itries at the U. oat as., tesi ating ssrCaspar Wshitnev withs ten ethers ihas
ksnights and ladies, undes escsirt at a bought Outing ansdswill torthawiths be-
committee at Ann Arbor Commsandery, cease its editor.
swill visit the diferent departments eL The eothers" are: Fletcher Harper,
the University. great grandson sit one af the three
At 7:30 p. mn. a complimenstary ama- original founaders at Harper & Heath-
sical entertainment weill be tendered era; Roert Bacon., one at the Cermn-
the Grand Uommanadery ani visiting thian yachtsmen that sailed Columbia
sir knights and ladies by the faculty againat Shamrock; David M. Goodrich;
at the achool at music, unader the ace- captain Harvard '98 craw; S. R. Hart-
picas at the U. at M., at University ran and Walter Camp, beta eld Yaia
hal. athletes; a.. U. Cuyler, the well known
9:30 p. m.-Immsediately upon the Princeton ax-athlete; S. F. Houaton,
elese at the muisical entertainment, an the prominent University at Pennsyl-
exhibitien drill will be given by thet vania alumnus; TI. H. M5. Carueza, wvho

drill carps atfiDetroit Commsadery, No.
1, in the Waterman gymonam. A-
mission bsy ticket.
Wednesday, May 16.
9 a. m.-The visiting Iknights and

THE Fr sverl wekswe avetheir ladies will lie tendered is trolley
THEOL yig D soc fr herule tos Ypsilaisti, asnel sill visit thse
i1-it-, 5 A ht-'UGIAvst'y. Fresh Laie Banquet.
R . E . J 0 L L Y'& C 0. ]-hli sa hm slsen lure class has coss-
I plated arrangeimseits ft° a banquiet ts
iibe givsen on the avasisiagoftFtb. 225, as
I LElks' hal.It is thse first appearace
R f lthis class us thesa ssture at asocial
ll "dana tosmaae it a represenstative gath-
Jf gtia sgAaiNvaytais Lsshel



VeyC lut 5

acing at the '02 Lasws.
Several msembers at tie faculty asill
rasposid, as weell iaasosetrbrs asthe
class anid those whlo attesnd sisy be
sara ofatnssexcepstionsally interesting
The following committee has been
M. A. Downing, Indiana; A. H. Ba-
aisle, tUtah; H. S. Uramer, Misesuri;
S. D. Montgomery, M~ichigan; G. J.
Jocheas, Illinois; A. A. Featherstoll,
Jr., North Carolina; WV. H. Lancaster,
Illinois; WV. D. Weilis Ohio; I. .1'
O'Briens, Michigan; U. 0. Diets, Illi-
Beet; Sugar Chemistrui.

lives in Philadlelphia when noat seeksing
new fields for exploratioss and big
game; asidUCsarles Hoedgmass, an nil-
s-sand sportsman atf- _ Louis, devote
esecially to solo assdlhunsinsg.
These names are soentioned osnly to
suggest lisa stressgth at the corpora-
tin sandithse chsracter at tiheillnes-
zinea likely to result. Apsart troms
swriters beet qualsiedslinitelisheldl at
shunt,ipurea nailsimplle, Ositisigisls
incluesamosnilg itoslprospective cola-
tribustors, Rtudy~ard Kiplisag, Ernest
Seton-Thsompson, Governor-gtenesral
LeuonisrdWXoodl, FrederickReHmsinsgtons,
JohnssFax, Jr., Goversior Theoidore
Rloosevelt, t-auil Des Ussaillis, U. Grant
Las i-are, Hichsard Hardisag Davis,
Paul Leicester Ford, Gilbert Parker,
W. A. Fraser, F. U. Selous, Henry Sasv-
sge Lansdor, Owen , istar, Uharles F.
Lamis, Jesse Lynschs 'Williamsa; and
amosng its its artists, A. B. Frost, Bose-
arsd Pyle ansi Walter Appletosn lark,
in addition to Mr. Remoington. Hveart'
deapartment at short will be treateu
only sy experienced and aisle writers,
ad the field of travel and adventsure
bsy mass beat fitted to entertaisn ansi
instrusct. Isa short, it is thse intesitioa
to develop Outing to the utmost maga-
sine linsita at its especial field, swhichs
awill be further covered by the pusbli-
cation at bookes, timely soil interest-
insg, and later ssa Weekly of csirrent

Nu Sigma u Conention.
The Na Sigma Na fraternity mt in
triennial seiess yesterday aternoa
in this city. Delegates from turten
chaptero responded to ro-. call. In
the evesnilug an initiation and smke
wsnsead ill rie .-.is' hsall. After the
busiessosmueting this msoning the del-
agates auatise active membesrs at the
local chapter aill go t Detroit, awehr
an entertainmenut will ha gien by the
theta saeusrr ot Detroit. The sesin
usill cose w5ills a tanquet at tlisadUi-
llae hotel isis whih ocasions Dr.
Vaughn swuil t as toast master. Re-
sseses wsill iso isadea by Iprmsient
sact sis- mbeiuhrs is atrenantlca roms
.e is eigmalu asis ..sa oldestse-
siertlue. cal Israternity lun the cuntry.
liaheAlphsa chatassueisstisied at
AnnlsAirhue in 1883. Sissee rien addi-
tionltehelapersavluu-abeess stablishsees
at Detroit Cislago, Minieaplis, Sass
Franscisco, Cisscinnati, Pittbrg, Syra.
case. Abassy, New brk an..- adel-
Song Serice at Unitarian Church.
The follouing programs will be given
at the aong aservice at re Unitarina
church tonorrow:
Voluntary: 'Prayer'' ram Lhegria
Miss Smith.
Anthem: Aria, Shine, tr Thy
Light Has Came ......... Bck
Miss Young Mrs. Kemp,
Dr. Polck, Mr. Wrrn.
Wnens Night Invlvs lisaSies.
... . . . . .. . . . . Sh lla ia
Ar. Warrenansd Quartett.
ReHsponse: Peace I leae uits
Yoss.......Mrs. Beach
Solo: Recitative and Aria fromu
'tansuslusisr' ......Wagaer
''Thu Susihsu, Sweet RFvuing
ir. SWarren.
Bues: Songs oat 'raise. ..Shelley
AMisYoiug, .irs. Kmp.
Sle: Lrd, Aly Sorrws Tasuk. loldals
Ars. IHstritr.
Qtuartte: 1 Shall BaSStifid..-
... ... l.. ouisalD egaii
tQuattte: Hecssional......
-..... ..Kiplilug-Da Koens
Offertory: Serenade.. -..Schubert
(By requeset)
Violins aind Organss........
-Ai...r. Long assel Nass Smith
Postlsude: March rans ini -Waglir
Short sermeoss by :,r. Creaker ass
"Wiashinigtons and Lincoms."
A Kern Fraternityj at the Unisersit.
Anotier protssinal ratrsity
makes its appearance in this Univr-
sity; Kppa captr at Phi Alpha
G amninasas istitutd last nigt isa
thse hosmeopathicie dpartmaet. Tea
Isratessity ssas isitiatd by AMesr.
Hyde, Newland and Lnmberto, at
Zeta chlaptersoathtesaCleveland Homoo-
pathiecsMedicnl Cllege. Phi Alpha
asisaswassfirst sorgasizdinusthe
New Yorksomepathic College in
Marcsuh '94 assdanow has tn chapter,
with us mesbership at about 300. Af-
ter ti'eisnitiation a tag bnqet was
given with appropriate toata and r,
apouses. The charter meabera are
ns followvs:
Dr. Cadisus Kinyon and Dr. Ray-
mond Clifford, honorary; T. ac-
miter, John A. Balah, Wi. H. elk-
nap, A. . Carpenter, J. M. Steven.
E. C. Banning, C. M. Williams, E. R.
Zimmerman, E. W. Litle, C. D. Mlder
active members.

VT9 L VtIV T4i 41 ) Iha demand for beat susgar chemsists'
line seen susficienut to make it desir- Well Shut Down.
aisle that the beginning causeeha tha 'thue campus well washust deuwe
..GOING AT.... subject be repeated us the spring aa- Wednesday, rise drill being dee-ms1,320
meater. tea etvvNether this will hue permanent
Beats for analysis have bean freely or not is soearethat uncertain. At
if sup~plied by the variousefactories and 1,300 teat the lime rock became some-
also by the farmers. Samaples of sag what softer, and more easily penetrat-
1 - 4 0 are~ juices, molasses, etc., have been ad. The sandediluivian aromantic min-
4 obaind fom te fctoiesso hateral still appeared in large quansthties.
obtanedfro th fatoresso hatThose interested are in hopes that the
the students are given material tar well may ae put down deeper so that
analysis under faetory conditions. 'what is under the eampus can be de-
The advaneed students are making citded. Either good water, oil or gas
some interesting studies at the sugar will prosably be faund within the next
1,000 ar 1,500 feet. Any one of the
1 AA L J ' content aftIhe heeL. The juice is ex- three wauld be a big thing for the
V V ~ F 1I ~ pressed under various pressures ( as University.

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