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VOL. XI.

ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901.

No 103

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....Our. Special Line of.... JUDGE IN PHILIPPINES
Foreign and Domestic Prof. E. F. Johnson, of the Law De-
partmnent, Has Been Appointed to
FA BIC S 4 the Philippine Supreme
Bench
FOR SPRING The University of Michigan hats ever
been the recipient of many honors at
the hands of the national government,
has arrived and ie ar- and the fact-has 'been especially notice-
ranged for inspection, able dnring the last fews years that
We hve te lagestas- whenever a national qunestion involv-
We leae the argestas- g exceiptional responsibilities is pesnd-
sort ment in the city, ing-offlces reqiuiring sound, practical
men whose judgmenst and experience
are unquestioned-the aIppointingeow
Li E pow-II enshaeused very ftreely ofctsoir stock
io8 . Wahingon s?' Sitnce the actqnisition of our new icr-
Io8 . W shigtonSt. ricry many positionts of honor and
trust have been opened tnt the de-
patments or Washington have been
somewhat deliberate in tilling them in
W[ATER.D.COLOR( order ihat bty so doing they mnight
! Y V V Lr secure the best min possible. vhough.
OU F T efforts have 'been ntstde to suppress the
0u~r113annosuncemuent wvhich arrived Monday,
it leaked out yesterday morning that
si - te University had ag ain bcen honourcd
AU and the excellent reputation of its law
" department alitrecited by t1e tiztlioti-
tlgov erment int the ippoinlusentit o
tinf. EL 1.Johntsott toiontt(otittite on
XAJI itmin' tsdrleslitt ifte hi'lilipine
PHARM ACY [C astlituet ilottSecond PsIge.]
YOU KNOW where to get...
AKrGOOD, I!LUNCH
AND Y
SMOKIE
R. L Jolly, 308 S. State Street.
NOTNG

Estabrook's Lecture Enthusiastically
Received
The Chicago Alumiinumber of the
8. L. A. Course was givens last night by
Hosn. Henry D. Estabrook of Chicago
' Ulysses S. Grant.'"Is address was
the aiblest that lissbleens givesnits honor
of the Chicago Aluni for a good
msany yeatrs stud itntill respects one of
the inost enjoyable of the year. 'The
subject was exceptionally well treat-
ed and the delivery pleasing. The earntesadt-crt f h pae
tdded to phis wit and grace in delivery
made Iina most effective. Htis chsarac-
terizatiost of Grant is a stasisasnd t
gesteral wats strikisng asnd originsal. lie
siietd strosngly upon te characteristics
that contstribiutedi to Gront's susccess antd
greatniss asid portratyetdthemist tta
visid lighst.
Woman's League
Aft 11 t'elock t.ls titorstitig
ltiet'x-i-iilivt 'costtn1ttto'f'tic Cie
Woititi's Ifesgist'islit with Clii
itISMItt. Arratnge t'sts trt 'ocitt-
sitdertilfor i'ttlestaittittg the itoivi-
it oCltheStats' Fe'derationt tftWosm-
i's c'hlts. Awitith is lti e Itelti ittAsit
Achiti' (hiritng thst' ast aweek itt Octotbes'
texWt. 'Tte 250i delegates will lie the
gttest. iftheliiWoitisuti's L-legtt.

INDOOR MEET TONIGHT
First Athletic Event of tile Season
Will Occur in Waterman
Gym Tonight, Close
Contests Assured
Tile lirst of a series of indoor -meets
will occsir this evening at Waterman
Gym. It promioes to be a tryout ex-
citing mtucht interest, as the various
classes and fraternities will be largely
reptresentted, and~ in exteiti inally fine
form voectlly so sis to i.t''r their re-
spaectivf' teamiss ini their' ,itt' for a
lilacs ot thtrt'at'ktlstents.
Uittitiiitediv sointe fin(.'saterial will
ttur'stusip.ntuthiere lust' ' ''se om two
Sisrlttiss's sliritig. Thte-,.' ioor meets
havet' been isteretisisig ?sittlarity
em-sti siecetlsig years.ss11(u,."; i'ls is the
ittil evncit ot its ihisdti u sissg.all
shoulditiste it.
'ist follttwig is si short accounst of
soittoit the lprobtattle winers itt to-
sigist's constest.
C'apt. Hottwardl Hayes, '01 L, prepared
at tytdt'Ptaik itighsschool, Cisicago.
Het diii nstt esigage its athletics titers
bitt esteried collegseisers itt '97i'and
wadeli'thestrct-dteamtt heitsfirst year.
iii' isas a istitter of the chtampaioship
teams ssst'atlri'sessteed Micitigass at
'aris. Ilit'hols a record of 51 1-5 sec.
tstti 'atstr'msilt' asndi2.00 2-5 sec. its
I t'itttitsetottilThirdil Page._I

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