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January 26, 1901 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1901-01-26

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Pu blished lty t~('lona s excepted) during
Cttllegea ~r, at
A rgala Bdg, Min St. 336 S. State Street.
Bath "Phontes 13. Newa State 'Phate 182.
,r. ENGELI ARD, *01 L
ATI-TICS, - G.It. HUDrtas, '01 E
A. H. MaDeOtOALL,'01 E. W. A. ktetoa, '51 L
MstsIL,It. SARINE '03 Cm-ts. DVRAKts*01
H. H. WaOODROW,'OO SW. P. C,,ANEv,'%1 I
W. A. BIENSCOTER,."03 E. 1. HOUSasTN, '03
Tihe "J"' 1Hopllmanatgemlenlt is to be
conlgraltlatted 011tihrowing this festive
evenlt wide suentas 'it lhts this year.
t113 ttmore is inl ha~rmlony and 1keeping
with thll dentocratic spirit which is
(.illel tos alwaysilper'iadte'tla111
its cotnducteditni il'tthela t s bea
very tpretty patty for tilt fraternlitie's
'eent, btut it fsiled to he l'epre'seta-
tivt' littler of tlthclats01'ott'e Uiver-
sity. As a matttcr'of farlct;itts 110
Jtunior Hotsbttratheratil l t-t'lass
fraternity" hail. Bult tis year the
Htotpesters to thte interest lnot only of
ttle origintal set ttut all obistttctes are
relltove!" 'and pt'ofessionatt fraternlities
weil. 'This is ti'ecrect t ittliotiof
contdtucting sncheltlt affair. It is all
event which, though it maniytot Ibe'tit-
ronized by the grest majority, ye't its
doors stand wide otpen to stuldents Asito
may dt'sire to attettd. Classes are
swept a r. ay by this one =more, anld
thoughthtie "J" ttiot will tprobalytbyhe
attended by ttie sante cotntingent as
heretofore, yet Mietiigatis detnoeratie

Philosophers Meet
,It the nleetitlg of tile Phillosoithical
socetty yesterday afterttoontinl Tappan
Hl th ie following lecturers were an
ttouneed for the secottd sentester: Prof.
Mcbennant of Oherlin College, Prof.
Sttlter, whto is ttt tile tead of the ethi-
cttl novemenlt inl Cicalgo, and Mr. Per-
ritt of New Y74 City. Besides these
speakers a nnttter of members of the
faculty will atddress the mseetings.
Prof. Weitley's paper yesterday on
".Sceeeanld Phtilosophty' was inter-
estilngtttd listetted to ,by t good-sized
Prof. Wenley declared one marked
feature of the second half of the nine-
teenth century to be the opposition he-
tween .seience and religion, tttd also
scienice antd philosophty. Yesterday's
ws the titrCst of two att dealt with
'thte loppositionI from thse tistorical tide.
Dr1. W'enlt'y showed howt frotn the
notnt-e'Xistettce of anty sttetiopptosition
711 yt'ars ilgo, hotht science anditiuhiloso-
puhy have developed dogtmas tuttil thtey
havie become practically it war.
Intthie titne of Newttont, Descartes
attiLlocke stucht tarallelismis existed
Isetwit' n sciencee and tphilosopthy titat
ttt lthe olditltfall ont. IBotht agreed
ott itii'tttsedi cautse ot'agenst whticht
mtitl e xpltaitievrerythintg.
]'till after Ito'eitiddle of ttte 18th cell
structrein ltphilosophty. Tttese ttett
«-ere I lti, Kantt antd teriter. trot.
Wenley illustrated the fart thtat titese
phtiliosopeitrs dispelled tite illtasiots of
ilitir iiri'ticissors atsd destroyedt atn.i
lit-5' io-itt also tos Itoatil iandtt
tnt scenecle was as yet unborn. By
1865i,irteit "Back to Kantt" took pos-
sessionl of the tutld of philosophty, thse
anta otisiiiris crystallizeriniially.
''toi ~"ii'i' siuted i tesewphI-
issotilt-." a
trof. Wtetnley ill elositig sauittintart:
":Scienre toil phillosophty ireiayeasily
retitri to the otd footing, if eacth wilt
ri itfof, ttht'olitdogmoas.
"Ntasils '(,, ii fotutnd for the sup.
plositliiion tl tithilosophty cattdilscover
ssotililti ileil dsciene'. 'Tere is



SOROSIS Art Novelties,
They fit the feet.. .
THE They need no breaking
NEW Decorations,
SHE They ste models of fine
SHE shoemaking.... .
FOR They are the cheapest Frames, Poster Mounts
WOMLEN as well as the beet. .
Only sold to one retail-
er in each Town... - and all Art Supplies
Geo. H. Mliller, DEFRIES' ART STORE,
212 S. Mai St. 217 S 4th AVE., ANN ARBOR
±roVVV OV3Vav vv'vt,A I.C

Jolsn E. Yonng and His Merry Comic Opera Company in
Rip Van WinKle
Specialties During Performance



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cIoticl fact. Sri'lilt'aslks 'What is it;?
i)r. Apirag t oft ilarrarti I'tive'i'sity lphitlosophl11ti)' 'iditosit tmeatt?' TUESDAY, JANUARY 29-
tot- andtitl'tial stcii'ii'ceW'di'iltsdo ~iftutillii'il aptritnciples, scienie MUTRRY AND MACIK'S COMEDIANS
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