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N. DAILY.
VOL. X I II.
ANN ARBOR, IMICH3., THULRSD)AY, FEB3RUAR{Y 20, 1903
NO<. 10r1
STUDENT SUICIDES
Orlando G. Pepper, '06 Dent, Shot
Himself Yesterday-Alleged Cause
Despondency Over Work
At osie o'clock yesterday aftro
Orlando G. Pepper, a first year stu-
dent in the dental department, shot
and killed himself. Te young mean,
Who was 21 years of age, lived with
bis widowed mother at ltDi S. Tayer
street.
Before the sicide ocsurred he
young- manlail hz-citchatting switi
his mother, Ile -st-cmed petrfectly r-
tiontal. Shortly after he hatd lift the
rom a pistol shot was herd fromi
the upperti porioniof the house, titd
rushintg tte atti- the stttentt rosi-
ers fotuid tte detdltiniy ith a hiilet
The Suicide tift lite followig ote:
Iavgig tt kiltityself litciaunot-I
Sup -ctsss crglari-tvatutrececivei tlt
hisi-riedits for tlii-wioitc of the past
stdis s oa i-i-i-ilo hlii l ~e cueziii
of ii- --t. ied. sie ws a ardtt 5wrk-
inig stdetrit fhut ndttiilthe wokcitrill-
Cult tatu proigessedtisowsly.
ofdetattl itt-cttunisim, wtils otinie
of thei-youg itiinis istctosduinttg
of thlit ie
"ri.Pelper ws a gioti stdetti-.
suicuidelihe is te lst out-e1I viuti
hatthugttitipotf. Nontttthenitt
has litei-itntutudttuI tutulokhbatk
sivier'itt ~1sit.,ipehatps, why it
his p-c-ilittritys-anotinuoticettle. It
shotwed5 itself int utglomity, mttoits
manniettr. PepperittwasiautHtutdi5woking
studentt ery tciinsiettiouis, yet le
nevt-cseee tot-igiept ahetatdtve-y Wel.
Ilie is ot the kindt of stdet womt
o should thinik woldt hauve foundit his
thteoretical work easy. Se certtily
haid Is study very httrd to get iis
prtactical ltboiratrv work for ite."
The ftmtily of t deceased movet
ts Anni Aror smets time ago front lo-
tin i order Is eutcte the cildrn.
Te ehest tiugttper, mis eOlie Pp-
pet, gadutedittitfrmtithie Uniivesity
lust yetar, atdutuitrestittlsia tpossi-
tion of itrucrticor in the University of
Ilintois.
The stilt-ilt-f Il%. Peptper-t this
d iss AgesIhgis atdthatifof Aletc
Kleiu, whlii-hit-iocced jtasl ra goittii.
Senior Party Tonight
The -seiorit-lass ihill giseat-hit e if
its tlts-ticsejitytitle scitls tlitpi
at Granger,'s. 'te Ciiintiiieptii it-
eti-sti-tiIwiltlit- isiatilttndatici-ianututhe
besi it usi-a ss ued.sii 111iiti'03
Soll s aeIil-l it: ti iliasII-tlt iii
frliti llt-is-k-s sliiay s t itouttoe.
of teitomittteeiti.
Base Ball Caitdidates
forc s-vectlI y-ars listi'taly ofthle
fkm Lico hI -i-wit iigttreigulrly
-n Itesoitg lt well.i Tho II. f
tutu'fr l5ici-Itt t i's tamt h~ is sieti
is Uitt 1itiitiii ua
l i l irilthenme-f hs
lilg or titeal,:--* i.lltll-
Averyiii - eit-tioitti. iit'tptikl, B ot tt*,
I ycst ittit, Flsomttzp'iatti'i', hoel-
'(Tote,('ttriotlttrs, Cary, ~Cochtruane, Cut-
tis,(Gordion, Gutillemtety, Greetne, Gale,
V.iDasvis, Duntilp, Dauy, Doyle, IDoll,
Ike -Neffie, IluintcI, Ilu-itt s i tlt t i
i'tt-tttelilte, i!:. 1 l-itt 5 i ltiiit
Lusstty, Luis' c-it-i, i'e-ti1 ii I ii ii t
Lt.L eeliiti, K-irkeric nd, Ke is lyIt
lKicst i-ct-, Kohl, Ktacsit-iKi thlt Stit-
soit, tJonts, S'tcArilti-r, J.J lii tlii
Al-ry, Mattisotn, Motyer,'l:ie tic, c-
Titori-tld, 'tuck-c, I. Tiyltic Taylorc
Telfe-r, Siter, Stair, St.itJohn, Snydier,
Steinihtauer, Satuits, Siturmi, Stioss,
Stratin. Seymtoiir, Sihley, iSuttont, innti,
ichardisoni, Reynoildis, iRussell, Readtt,
Mteirill, xullossii-k.iWar'ct-i, IWismit-i,
Wieetk, L.iWairner, iWoodtti Witeri-,
Prescoitt.
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
Exercises is University Ball Monday
Evening-Rev. J. Wesley Bill
Orator of the Day j
iThe ItittW tt-liii'tttnI-it Iis lto lbe titit-
forispeakertii 1tfiletWatigtonii'sitthit-'
uites utu ndyeeilg eb :)
The tevren 1lil i on of t most-
A CLOSE CONTEST
Fresh-Soph Meet Saturday Night
Promises to he Most Exciting
One Evcr Beld Here
hutei-ctst ini Ite Fresh-Sophu mtuet,
whlichIuis ii toi-r itt lttSturdayuightupt,
is inereiasingp is lte ltime athiS ites,
andtinitsttuisuii i tns situ-ttu f the
priettiest little ioit essofthfeliiindt
tat hatssi-i'rtakeni hltait-iherie. As
neatrtly ait1 'h uitid''e'tucanhbt figiuiredit
thei presenit timei iithis'ivisiontut inhts
stiltlihe itmtut e xat-ly itiut1u,1 lutet'iit
thetwo csu ltsse's.ttwilthetuttst 1mix-
ittec utedo afirt s myi ecdeth
i-st. tite s. s ulil c i- : i ltt ni
mo-t's t ilf teirutitpoii'i t i tt ' s ill
I mlfiel evolt".whil thesopti ort
jt:tu-itcoit ti - 'u-itttha t ei tpitstup'sillth
tutu Icatter uuit'i ingos unthe'fuu-ort'witll
lu-ti' ani-sotittt utoseo the fre-shis-'
1 hve he onr tohtull-Itone of 'the
(w o li u--uhilt th'i.the uucuuuuss of '0
ability of the ~ lttensadthex
th mlagiietis h'uhuttinip siortut
I ii i .
r ITe -tu'u-'u'ug i.-will b itt- po tai
wsiltlutu41tu lt itutss IIIuu-i IuI F-i l to u
4)rt'pttt .e theitt-li' 4)'tutu .11)41' p t t-hit-u
tltu-i'r yu-Is.'IThe'sophomors 111.1y uisot
hut tutu hut II t lt'e ''ueshm n-op o
u-tutuonte-siti111 utu uttiitulus in th
iig utt'uuu'is tuat 1te iltttlte 5itiug-It ultisirelaty 'ttui--sis still hut'r'tut.
ill tallt tgisslius theiii I -itiuitiit us Alls ktrtti oSthutet- uIn tuutia lltheii
hiepitut, sthilt-t ttuded itso uit-u--4't11 tiuus uuiuuutucui is iu
itt ft-i-ig hip il- oyii' IOipudell toneiiof theitutamisitlist hlilty li' fhtrsthtt11tug-lit.
hurpist ilithe sittut) ititut SI iu'ttiiut iiiThe 'l: iii -t-lo rl ay-u iu-u m'tuuit hitd
cotroiui.thutirufinl trt I c-itut yeste-liltu anduthelii
Duiitiptheu prtesltienut tiaotllpig'lt tu tolituas hut-u-t i-chlst-ut isttlss
in 18943 hetgitt'uptIllhssitwoIk in his Iltusiutu. 1 ;3a: hhiyes. 7 tI(: Sit-i
uthiurshi thitthieimighu i t goion-the plt- 181>?, tuk-l, .1t?,=,. SuutstitiutusSteil,
h'u'uu li ii i- t heurepu lili u ltst. Iii 14., and ii I-ittS. tI.
sils at Ws11-1t1htpersonail fienditiofiP'rI i- Diiu-tt' h'iluputtiu'h' uuuhuuuuu's that
dent 'Mc-Kinlety tutu sorkeduuhardutiohut eiire-uliy'atetu-wsill lbe usduecidediuuu'accr-
wtill thusvic~toriy forIllhs frit-ntd. At ilt,, tolh sticlt- ehtti-u-itetill-etits.
this clust of tliiiamaiginiilie hit- i 'i'iit' \o-ut unu-i r-i ll ht' ti-c'tohutat - u'
iiiit wodsit-sofiprailse from iutttituhtus Iliii theut- 5l, It filure httoucihi
of thue untitionalth coiniitti I ndiit hl' ith y itustut itnt-u- isl ut hus"o1iuhui\-y tis-
Satidl: "'r. J. Suesleyti' 1llin lith ull-
hilt ortotthht-ltre hplutform 5 Is u Lcue nGra oeit
ittu;nipuuaintutforcibile- Spauer.-As ut trs nGra N~'IL
puitblic speakerst'lhe his autret I'uhtue. A uluuil'uuftpubutlic leciture" til t he
I I p lu~u ie still hue htl ht racht het- utuldu-lit ei util luist-lists tits el
ple :li ill tuvti the utryui'cttiiua-iI tuuu-11 u I ne b hiin ustrcttrus of'tliii Cc-
lit utu ine iii lmi h lcu re iu l tutu in i."' luiti hhti ( lt r1etut :11tutd isill bhut iveredi'su
Shut-atddrluss still hbt-thu-iter'tutu ' S uhudurig; ll t'ulmiuus'Iu pthreeut othtuts..
Ou'sui utli'cloc tModay ut p ; liusit-tuutofin i sitnlitut utuursie st's-i utiututhusth10:t'
1th tilaf iti ten n as tttts It itiut ush- i tIl- tut11d tilt 'tu'u'u ilt I(11, its st i-is has
u-u-utd. s-tlutu titisuhtk, htohuresent a Ililt
Thisis Is I chantei to hthut- itt l utu sit-ti si-rites itf ttlts 11is yi-etl.
hut ke 'ut Ind hie-i tsu den ii't: willsd - ] h bec )*Ch , oilf1.1
to aail telislvs fihi o ttuunts :IdlIprofelit-us tuu I ut tis-
'hutse' hli Iiuit t-s- ";lii is itt'the u' tut
Ptsposed Trip for Musical lubO}s u-cut (iclitns. (Olit'hlit-tcontustidrtbl
of thue Ftuu,'ithi-uiritrs of rli'an-'utd
Ifte I t ii ol liof hhe iifattll tt(:1 'tiof sutuit.11 iltasut ittftth u sstutu ,bu
doltiltistitus stiltl ttuakt'tu:I tp thisst--ut' ilttuhe op inin iit tet- u-ututil tion
pl'iip'ict'h t I iutli It itul I hutC h '- itutuu's uuiuti-elys cinti-utsts. It is 10
c::oadKti.ltuuttuauut. ''liipress tilt this etha ut t-curllse of le(tae
lti-esthis ytotri'ittutililhut il tsryis alsiut: tuntdit is the objecu-i toft' hit
ui-tter '. t uttlit h ists h ut ica--u I -stu oni i-th i'ut'i'ultitt1 tutu-stit i t :s itt :.
11c of tie lt uts 'tutnd ttiod couctt t- stitug ti styli┬░ its tts "ilhi thut' ituutit
of' the t- tilttit-us, lind in i-ut itt thite recen'u' riu ert .
inl1 ls 11o i t t'f stilt tha-t hits itl the t-umrs tu thu-u-ut Iinthe 1i'1-
hit--it(ltneto-ilthu-itt hehu titls t t itr ' tusli t oi}t heit' it- i suded
prslt"ldlditis5 1uuupuuI thu-tthut;'1'liteittuti r ldi 1111-1
tui'itttst 'ul til itt cut ii he t ilut 1ittyit' w lc 1c e t1~s i
t lililts'
it-ct Im lyuirltol u l i ss " iveretid:
fo ~ tliii'-liiio ituI'tu'liii' it- ltli-yIi111111 lye Ier: 2. rf
( tepit Ii ill )lt ii li i t- i ltintuu ut-u i iS iii
'Pnh ts u--tultu-ii ishit lii ut-u h t l ii - 4. tt i t I Iiuliuututh SM~i-yet tutu lii
0V 1(r5 1;5 it t u iilu uh i lo rI'm.it dhunctunut. SIt liii"ii i Stsi, Stiuh ll S-
lust ohfuucouul tiis ut I uuli ited hut beIhtutui
sue i-tuuget pour it-huthenuiti-eyi ). Theodoir Storill, Maurhit280. Sit,
tire guienout. i ldner.
G. ihu-thuuutuAuerbclu'h, lticih 311.
i. 1rtz Reneir i, April I. Assistantu
Pruofessorc Ilutluuft'
S. Thieu-utour 1-ontiie, April 27. Dr.
Epgert.
9. Gutavi Frenssse-u, hMay -4,Dr
Thutse i'teuleuctues isill hisdulivleed
it rouotut, TappanHtaitul, att -1:1 It it.
oni thuedatehs intametd. Lst ye-tuthi
coiursieiproveduuIvery- itutivestanti
effot tis hutittp;utmade to utaket thuit ttu-
hitrIs this pu-tcri-sitnutor- sit iti tle.
Nut tutuesthoiiis interestiesd i ilt.east
ill tt I e'iiltinatuiiutut sheihluic Ite
knowussthe G ertmttihi ititiuitiOus not,
tllt affordto mi is tut. Ait Jutslu--
turehs wiill bhutel-isuruth i PS;liuhi
FARLAND CONCERT
Audience Captivated y Artistic Use
of the Banjo-Music as From
Violin or Harp
A t-lfred .itiattla, thuehutatjottltuer
oftt' ionaiulifatut, naveiturec-itl last
niht i it-ese emiauuctl Hatll le
hut- hutis tlage tuiencutt-utouicoutu- tut
hott uur n tu hatli asltosment iittt
the1 11th tt of tlitt nc tutu-ame tlyp' to
soon t ]'a tftihetitmeshis banjoiu
soudedlik a celu- thi, v iolintor a
harp, and ttuhel-swlet imusic huiewsitautue
t cipk fromtuthis smaul, hitrittoores
1 notuu1 inoredI iustu-uutututcuitttot he
ulusu'cihuuu. Iliiistulyp'qua l-ed tutu
ptrittelusi tuu tbaopltye-. Smetimeiisthut
Inseseidttu-itnistfrota utreitt
disanc,. tutuIdeputivesuitfithutsharutp
ttt l.Ips totue -ittntiuotuts siet-cttut-
- li.pByhis subtuleutfingputshehtts
ra s- iisedt utbajtt hliilest-hof thus
pianothelii ltintiatututhethaurpt. FI-i
p rigis thu-it u'uupct eneretduucuu:
(St ouo-Foh-uu clutui F- ust Fantaiusia
thiiih((hutiuvit'l new)l IFamil-
itr Airs- - --........Selecteud
uiliuutisti. lii Mauruka (I iiasiak)
Si'hiuitl-hTusip-h'utrlauud ...
-........MilitarupMtarclh
SP;COND
I lisik---i.... a Matiune Ronudo
Choin...i..........tFuneral Miarchi
Iupagiuiiii-Fatrland.u ..uLaCat a ntutuela
uil-h Iiil-hit-. ttuAir'SVaried
Iuuuh-cuuski-h... inuet a 'Autique
Si'ituhtirt--Farlanudu-"Hatrk, Hurk,
thutitrk." Traniscuipion.
Liszt--tucuuuh---2d ungartupirantShutpsod
-......2dHungaurian Rthasody
Fartuilanidi-Tranuscripution uof ia Fa-
miulialt odyutuup. Selected.
Farlatndii- 't'Ihiluitiu r thute iulsiv'
Chin .............Choluu-lNturncu
iSiitltiwski..2niou'hPolonaiuseurlianteuuh
Mr A. B. Williams Before Y MC A.
Ai. . h.. Silltims, ithitwills-it ontk
t Slhiuipt nitutuhut eluMeuithist
lullh ol-ridaty'uevu-ninu, istetratvu-
Yoiunug' Sit-t's I'tChrstitit ' - ' - t iol oti
liii- its in 1 89 y,'lluthu (I tlt -' i
hi-tut 'itothi lti'YaSIS h -tutu Itt- tlit
maeit oiiiont he su it ti-p ltis
tutu en rywic tliiti 't' iilnc
utiiuiitu. Hithuttin tui us -tutua '11. il
tItuvoli ni 'ul'uuhtt'tandiontut is-tii
becut-ututu stiuuiuu'syiof thei' suiuth ti lc
ofl Nt-ti' rkalIipy. Ii heiii iltiof,
11t,11,iho uwts aptpouuu'tintdtt tli' s-
uof~t h-ust h i-a,(.M. tItIlutnnlt lutt
:tprmie t artin 1 the iretuiotut i
tte uthtt t tuuttttu utinn telu-tutu-u' utt
Notildu, _Shuts-i..1tutu h-ti'laki lititt,
S"istutt ai.
Phr. S\iliiits is .aumuuttut ftt' h tutc-
utluigialttity, tof eiup sut t-oxu'.i
aiityut:ti 1(1uaiv i es'itiii t ptu t kertu i otai-cii
huis'e tsti' l iii -t ltipli i ason utue c l
lgetoft'li'huntry e hutits come-Itil oht
dth-inllt te xcepttionul wasiup. Beucatuse
ofi his II tuilt upi ucquituittt hi-i iith
sltttt ilt, isuty umanuiuniitheUsnhivert-
slip- shouuldh hu-tichis utuddress out 1-ui-
idaupeenuing, this 20tthtit., tutu"Thes
Cuollepe Mtau's Greatest Prohlem."

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