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December 02, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…," Y .. .. . .- _ ._ , ) R ! f , _ _ -~ - V I. No. 50. UNI GOVERNOR-ELECT WINANS. on the Needs of the Uni- versity. erior-elect Winans paid the aity an unexpected visit Saturday, S li, together with President An- asnord Secretary Wade, spent ltime inalooking over the uiversity and grounds. He was li tle-K a te city only a short time, but a1epresentat lD fortunre ative of the DAILY was liliate enough to get a min- it's i tr - . . Walk Interview...…

December 03, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…4J OL. I. No. 51. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. PRICE 3 CENTS. 0 TrHE ROMAN HOUSE life like and real. Collections, il- Which Prof. Kelsey Will Reproduce lustrative of ancient art and life, for the World's Fair.:: could be placed here both during and after the Fair. 11 accordance with his character- A house reproduced timn the isticzeal and enthusiasm in the de- plan which Prof. Kelsey has pro- Partient of classical studi...…

December 04, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…b 1 _. x I. No. 52. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1890. PRICE 3 CENTS. UNCLE CYRUS. a Visitto the University to in- rmn Himself of Our Needs. tresiient Angell's right at' this morning appeared the sturdy form and honest face chigan's farmer governor, Cy- Luce. He had come the before. The exercises over, arted out for an inspection of iferent departments and build- guided isy Dr. Angell and Mr. u," said lie, when he had re- d an...…

December 05, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…r / M+' " 1 y t { ; ti . ' :. . 4 , , = } , _ ° I No. 53. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FiRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1890. PRtICE 3 CENTS. THE MASS MEETING. D~etroit Jotirtal, twill tot bte tresent. TeNews, ..l.+;,,. , _ a... . s teas expsected. Evert- st"(tdettt ot oAdo ted To-morrow. the 'Varsity is enttledl to to)te at thlis 'rie tieetiti7. tb. ''itt ittee "appoi sted 1frott..... rOdof ietosohetreNewberry Halt, a~ni tio fistprtptroietee "1s~titttt , atti...…

December 06, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…1 , I 1 , _ t_ 6) /' Y q ~ V /! '' LI ~ _'- °+..: °z" I. No. 54. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 1390. PRICE 3CENTS. 1NDEPENDEN'T CAUCUS. Lowenhaupt is Nominated for President of '91. i-- ._ I - - - , . tVaS ralletl to ordler at 10:54bylty' l'iv iu ciriaiiof the'rxecu- tchiosent permianenit chairnman, 5oWlit It. (Cherver, secretary. 1IbLoweiitaiupt was placed in 101uiiatiocc for president bhrNlr. fitely, anti the nanme of W. it. ...…

December 08, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…, a .; 3 , r , ., \ r '- _ - _ , VO.I. No. 5 5. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 'MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1890. PRICE 3 CENTS. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONy. faculty and three alumi, also bie i bll andl lase ball teani XstheW rihtK y Q ' theuh eirdUnion of Ath- nmadle assauditing committee ;the constitaitioli xwas adop)tedI an y laKey Co. j1Itrst tLs Effected. argumtiel being that people seoti Id who has played one shubenled game nht~ 5i&i 1 i i ot so readtily ent...…

December 09, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…Y r.; \ f F Y' . - - rc*' VO°L.I" No..5c). UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY. D}ECEMZBER (9, 1890. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. ulty and three graduate inembers of ISEC. 2. The officers of the asoria1- ( Th% lT o heCnttto this association, who shall he chioseiition shalt he elected at the annualaa quo texato the Ma ss eting.ion sb the Bouardl of lDirectors at their first neeting of the association. regular meeting. So. 8. There shall tie nto ting hr 't...…

December 10, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…-- __- a VO.I. No. 5; . IJNIVI TH NEW CONSTITUTION.=~Y The Fuj A00 Text of the Constitution° Aopted at the Mass Meeting. R=ttoInc 1froms Yecteedai ss Edition.] A irritnirI tIt. t I l 1 h nulimeetintg osf hlt'ttesa in April of each year. sliet. " There shall be a regular et"1> Of the iBoardl of lDirectosoat Yart once every=nmontli of the college lhe President shall have the aswe to call special meetings of aeg~ e itil on it any time in the col-...…

December 11, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…1 - 4 ,-' ,y . } -= . ' # _ _ ' i01- I. No. 58. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1890. PRICE 3 CENTS. A MUSICAL TREAT. Che lorai Union Concert Last Evening. ti j il 1 '3t last ci1cuin1s1a1' i tlWinaili5 e ireiet cljol able:. A of theriighit criticise the miake- lp he IPiograiii, for it was chll- tht1 rey of missic if lighter th0 tter than is usually heard at tlide rin tUnionconcerts. (on- lat"gtefart that the appilanse dtvehili w...…

December 12, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…n , r 1 . 'S R - YL f " - - _ -...__ 170L. I.No. 359. UNIVERSITY OF MICHfGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1890. PRICE 3 CEriNTS. OLTALSCIENCE ASSOCIA-stl h lssiool afit~o TION.s tl'ctSin ylal ups rd of byLvIincolon'sprocJlamoation. SVery Interesting Meeting Last I e'oclyit styuiv e c10 siseretl Evening. a- a stept tow ardl the ciii iatoss of -t l_ 7 -lfi en.I Oe after anotlie rofitie It t'e tlee~t~ ofthe 1lcliiicalI laste Iliiiiinatisve csief-, haver...…

December 12, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…1 - yil r AAhkL . f I No6. UNIVERSITY OF MIC JIG. N, PRESIDENT HENRY WADE boaitti- diziei o r~n w Rt3GES. l itnda half ttotreetmilion doltlars." Te lloti,, a1-a- wi attentclie liv 1 Tels te Daily Readers Some- tt About Northwestern vyol University. ; -:Well]l icnint s5y 15 ly Proi ice y IIatlo o~or fo- (titr cataltoiue t ovarlttill tis-o ilerly elyt~d oesfr altoutt2000 itt all. I1tcre aitovotr ,dyDan ttlfteLatiytdeipartmettttI1 rsfsosaliitttto...…

December 13, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…L i _= L t. \ \ i' . -' _.w _-^ . .4 I. N ; PO. 131l. U..NVERITY OF MICIGAN, SAITI' IUAY, DJECEMBER to, 1S90 PRIC L./ Je. C EN 1j THE BOARD :OF REGENTS. WhtThey Did Yester-day. l' ir Il of l cI'ii('5 I lo-iv _( at wo1) IlrhMesr :ral110', \\ hex , l liiiiixaux ci ICfetr h eln s 'ti' i, li~' ihe eied'- at ( i f)) l 5x'('I'c~ et sesil an1 Cut ad ((lii' lentil late last Might. '1e l'if0111. a 'i'rcsxln I O i tl~e~-hat tli at o 00(1 l fea111 Rdx in...…

December 15, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…T \ UTNIVERS ITY OF MIC.,tiGAN MTA ONI)ky., DECEMBER 1.3, 1890. PRICiE 3 CENTS. Anual Address Before the IS. C. A. th l ,l1 te i thellrcol, ! 33 visl1 'c i is 0l(1 :' 1 Clos " y ii hut ill It t1 lie 0 't; 1 I l c l t.lt.t~ .7111 IIi I oftt rist Ilero_, of t ile flaIr, Cufui tothe aid otes, . } . l cokO l ly portraiei. ieci Irt of self-sacrifice aitd iiiiiWer- 1'rseaeto ite distitngiihted 1 lrSt life---.thie emptatiolns ill tf fli10ress, tile a...…

December 16, 1890 (vol. 1, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…" 4 Q. No. 162. UTNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, Tt i~iEI)AY, DECEMBERR 16, 1890. PRItCEt 3 CENTS. FRE-SHMAN ELECTION. ticket isas elected btic aoasritissc kllU i I~epnen Vcor ablouit the saute as the abovse. The s-oc rae tie l ,ildsio-to the its i ______1idepenietVcor. Ild leiris had no catn]idate for cx j.ade. lit' Iresltiet, s-i tlettoss on tut Toastmaste. tihe]-sofhietrs elc- Nss. si ball bial.11t Itl)utas' rcesr,<n dwr:ScF.1.Czp1 Ta..It(soINdr)ti...…

December 01, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…~IJc U. of JYU. ailjj. VOL. II.-No. 49. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1891. PRICE, THREE CENTS. CREDITABLE DEFEAT. twchigan Plays the Best Game of the Year Against Cornell. Michigan's eleven improvcd won- tierfully during the last week of the season. The game with Cornell in Detroit showed the players wherein they were weak, and they immedi-I ately set about to remedy these de- fects. Although not in the best of condition wh...…

December 02, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

… ~~Ijc U.of IAl. Wiailp VOL. 11-No. 50. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1891.: IPRicE, THREE CENTS. THE FOOT-BALL SEASON. one scheduled game, as follows: lopper was ne of the most pow r OP YOUR*- - ARvwofte ad Van Inwagen, Sherman, Hayes, Jef- erful men in the line. His work, OU 3QSOITY AORmnsFpnte ryrs ei, rworDgrt ersntoghntbrlin, a ffcie Viefo-alsaossa lsdPowrs,' Topper, Mowery, Ritten- He tackled well. He played left wcr.5. ...…

December 03, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…VOL. 1.-No. 51. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIJGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1891. PaidE, THREE, CENTS. School of Applied Ethics. sentatives of different professions in England and America, in which r(OF YOUR s li hsatcew ieabifvarions parts of the country. At special attention was given to the OUJ Ithsatcewgieabifthe next convention of the Ethical gradnal rise of those practical prob-O f 00 1.JUL sketcti of the School of Applied Eth- Societies, held in New...…

December 04, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…ij4 tto Al . WIa~II VOL. 1.-NO. 52. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1591i. RICEs, THREEs CENTS. Ancient Egypt in the Light of Mod- ern Discoveries. Anew and exhaustive historical, pictorial anil descriptive work enti- tied ':ancient Egypt in the Light of Moderns Discoveries" is nosy beisg prepsared hy Charles Ft. S. D)avis, M. D)., Ph. 1)., msember of the Aisicicasi IPiilologicai Society and Association for the Advancemns of S...…

December 05, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…IJ te I. of 1. Wai j. VOL. II.-No. 53. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1891. Jeffersonian Society Entertain- Freshman Caucus. ment. -- - The Independents of the Fresh- The seating capacity of the law man class held their caucus this lecture room was taxed to its utmost morning, in Room A. J. M. Davis last evening to accommodate the acted as chairman. After the min- number of citizens and students who utes had been read, nomina...…

December 07, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…~Ij It. of A.Wip VOL. I-No. 54. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1591. UNIVERSITY EXTENSION. What the University of Michigan- Will Do to Aid the Movement. President Angell has issued a cir- cular announcement of the courses and lectures that the University will offer to those desiring to take ad- vantage of the Uniiversity extension movement, The foloiWlng is a list oif the courses svhich mnenbers- of the Facrutty are ready to gi...…

December 08, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…t Ijc t I, o ~n. Wa~Ijj. VOL. 1.-No. 55. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIJGAN~, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8'.1891. The University Record. The third number of the Univer- sity Record is out. It contains_ an account of important events that have happened since last June, with comments. Many interesting topics are treatedi. lelowv we give a brief review of souse of them. The Alumni Societyivas organized is 1874, for the purpose of promot- ing literary and scienti...…

December 09, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…~IJ U.Of , n. W1ail i. VOL. II.-No. 56. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1891. Silk rTiles" for the Senior Laws. Tlhe senior law class met in the law lectulre room yesterday morning after Prof. Thompson's lecture. on motion of A. J. Loeb, a corn- nittee was alppointed to meet with conimittees from other classes in all departmnents, for the purpose of making arraugmeats for the proper celebration of the anniversary of Washingt...…

December 10, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…u;IJEfi. i 3 '. Wcriljj. VOL. I.-NO. 517. UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN, TIIURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1891. The Choral Union Concert. Alarge audience was present last evening in University Hall, the oc- cason beiing the second concert in the Choral Union Series. Ovide Atasin has beconie so universally recognized as a wonderful master of the violin that it is safe to say that practically the whole audience svas attracted hy him and came to hear him. Tha...…

December 11, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…~:j~ Il.Of Al. Wiailjj. VOL. II.-No. 38. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1891. P~RICE, THRicn CENTS. Rev. Oe Witt Talmage. I Pronouncing Contest. imported from a former lasguage I ( OF YOUR -" Dr-amaewl-lcuetono-shall be used. SoCE y ADG ro evaige untilltlectupeor Under thse auspices of the Orator- Prof. M. S. D'Ooge will act as OUR OIr- L A G rus esnin, udertheausice ofical Association an entertainmuent presidisg o ,crPo.',....…

December 12, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…tt* ~n. Wa~Ijj. VOL. II.-No. 59. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1891. The December Inlander' The December Inlander comes out this morning with a sensational arti- cle by Albert P. Jacobs, entitled "A Consequence of Co-education." The article contains facts and figures that are likely to make a great stir in the college world. After several pages of statistics the author sums up as follows: "The admission of women was soon f...…

December 14, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…~ijeItI of LU. W1ili~p. VOL. 1.-No. (30. UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1891. PRICE, THREE CENTS. The President's Report. Presidlent Angell's report to the Bloardl of Regents for the year end- ing Septenmler 30, 1895, has beeo published in pamphlet form for dis- tribuntion. 'There is considlerahiei in- teresting information andl comment coitintied in the report which has not yet heen puhished for the hene- fit of the reaiding...…

December 15, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…iz j I . 0f Al ip. VOL. 1I.-No. l61. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TU)ESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1891. PRICE, THREE CENTS. The New Law Building. Thle foundation of the addition to the law building is now finished and the brick laying was begun Sat- urday. Thle work will he pushed as rap~idly as the weather will perniit, awl it is expected that the addition Will tie comipletedl and everything in readiness for making the necessary chaniges iin the 01(1 ...…

December 16, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…KIjt~tOf Al. Wail II. VOL. IL.-NO. (62. UNIVEESITY OF MTICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1891. The Regents' Meeting. for it, except those, possibly, who Webster Society. found it a pleasure to contribute The Board of Regents meets to- 'the fotlowing programme switi be daye. Regent AV. J. Corker says: oadterucs fth nepi enutered at the meeting of the Wteb>- t"he most important thing that wiltlinut nosy come some medlesome se oit hseeig come...…

December 17, 1891 (vol. 2, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…'Ije U.of tn. Wailp. VOL. 1.-No. 163. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN~, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1891 For the University Gymnasium. Liberty of the Press. Mr. White yesterday received .a The follgwing is clipised from last letter from Hon. Charles Hebard, night's Evening News: tony in Philadelphia, asking him to( The liberty of the press is soume- assist in raising $s,ooo from thse up- thin of which line American people per peninsula toward the erecti...…

December 01, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…0 f/ . 1a. VOL. 11J.-No. 40'. Voc. IlNo. 4. UNIV~ER{SITY OF MICHIIGA N, T1~itL)AY. iDE(EMi)'I, 1, 18I9. t'RICP,, T CENTS. S. C. A. DIVISION, j Purdy, Reese, George, Snider; 2nd basses, T'homson, Worilen. Weitde- Sh-all the Association Reorg anize man. Mlr. i'iintermna, 211d1 tenor, NINETY-THREE WON. The Junior Lits Go Down to the i .on a More Liberal Basis' The Itsliandedin i his resignatt (ion on c' inI Hot Game AKc Question toust be D...…

December 02, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 47) • Page Image 1

…o WE AMML VOL. III.-No. 47. UIV ERSITY' OF MJCIITGAN, FRIDAY. DECE1II}ER 2 U1S9, YESTERDAYS GAMES. 1 her first down in r ininetes byi SENIOR LAWS OBJECT. I sted rehe, at aiedno i h They Fait to see the Legality ofr Senior Laws Win Their Game FromI freshmni took the ball but lost it the Action of S. L. A. Boar d. ' the. High School - Ninety-five ccidw. arc tco icli1 Defeats tile Freshman. i dws ______roiiind the eiiclfcir 6oiyar Is, the fniti...…

December 03, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 48) • Page Image 1

…. 4 . 1ai . VOL. III.-NO. 48. Voc. 11.-N. 45. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAiN, SATURDOAY, DECEMBER e3, 1592. PsoTtss:C:cs PRICE, TffHp ia, CENTS. ATHLETIC BOARD MEETS. the crowd that cottectest in the _______main halt to protest the action of Financial Condition Reviewed-$550 the S. t,. A. bsoard was verv decidect Net From Tnankisgiving Game- , Protest Considered. in its denmands. T he tsoardl was DECIDED TO ORGANIZE. I The U. of M. Will Have a ...…

December 05, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 49) • Page Image 1

…I/A Of WWI r VOL. II.-No. 4. FOR THE THIRD TIME. Ninety-three Lits Win the Rugby Banner, Defeating the '93 Laws 12 to O. The decisive game is the aninual alte-class series ofi Roue, ganses swas psilayd aturd i)aylateinoontl 1 thi tleiildIetwiein the sen01io ;is ndsiortivilassthe lformcr beiiig N a torsoisus by[2to o0 Xniotie r 1ostooueil gamie eiiiis to1" i 1ad acrisisg'to the 'a Iedllie, ;;ti p ll it inoafet this t'Cstl rai Ic lie'ld iwsas...…

December 06, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 50) • Page Image 1

…40 Aff AbA LU VOL. III.-No. 50. VOL. 11.-N. 5o. UNIVERSITY OF M-ICIIIGsN , TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6i, 1892. PicTE CTS PRICE, THl-b E CENTS. FOR WINTER SPORT, appoint a temporary pacemiaker at ROMAN ANTIQITIES. - . any period of the chase. Two Popular Games That Might be Ts, pack mast keep wsithin ha il- Instructive and Novel Feature of Adopted at te U. of 1M.OuWokILan TheWaiTeyGo distance of tise master and ords- Subjects.--TeheWyhyGo I I____ ...…

December 07, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 51) • Page Image 1

…Allmbw 4 df& Aah", dm ti , . lai , VOL. 11. -No . 5 1. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WED)NESDAY, IDECEIMBEIR ;, 1892. t~ic +:, Teisos, LNTS. WHAT WILL IT BE? tion and as far as in you lies engage A THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL. __ in its activities. -r The Question of the Reorganization 'Tius you ito sotnisi- with, is; That is the Next Educational insti- of the S. C. A. to be Discussed *at tution tn he Established at Ann Tonight. pronmise, trusting i the...…

December 08, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…VOL. 111-No. 52. UNIVERSITY OF M1'ICH1IGAN, THURSDAY, DECICMBEII s, 1892. UI'c. Tmesus UN'aSs A VERY GOOD START. I Chadwick b.'fThe Northern Days, THE S. C. A. DEBATES, --- Chadwick, Mr. S. R. Mills, 7.- Freshman Banjo Club Starts out Weinig Mosc(for foisr ands), But FajstSettleona New Bassof with Fifteen Members. A Few Membership-A New Plan Pre- .4IJU More Banjos Still Needed. Jensein, Mss Porey soil Mr. sented. hnIH,\ - ~~~Schinan. __YII 'th...…

December 09, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…c i c . of VOL. III.-INO. 5>. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, DECE-MBER t), 1892. JRCTsseCNS YxicF,, THi,,FF; CIEN-rs. FOURTH FACULTY CONCERT. Icamie lecturer to the Chicago Sinai MICHIGAN LAW JOURNAL. - ~ ! Congregation, an organition forI ___ Lovers of Music Treated to a Rare! the cultivation of a tibetrat sett;oon, The December Number Comes Outi Feast-The School of Music Con- bt Today, Full of Material of Inter- cert Draws a Large Crow...…

December 10, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 54) • Page Image 1

…AdOMOW je . o VOL. VOL.111-No.54. UNIVERSITY OF MIHIGAN, SATURDAY, DECEMIBER to,,1[992. FgtoE, TausCH,,m. SEMITIC INFLUENCES. Hichmdalon nd owrl GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS, eulogy on his race, bihen~ed with' Their Effects on Civilization Ably! gems of description sod fliehts of Bright Prospects for First Class 11EhbtdLs ih yPo.Cus ragmnsMd I/yU Hirsch. oratory. Whatever the A1abiicOcu for a 'Trip. tuire of the middle ages amounteid to - -8s pro...…

December 12, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 55) • Page Image 1

…c je tt* of , li VOL. I1I1-No. 55. LOOKS LIKE SUCCESS, The New Organization is to be Press Club of the University of Michigan. 'the second meeting of the Pi Clb ttd(rew oust about forte-fiee dents iterestedl in jounlalistic we C. A. Denison and Miss M\ar~ar( Shass acted as echairmntaiatnd se tr epc tae iesectel e IThe comit appotinted on constitution repor and after aspirited i scussiosn. somue amtendmsents the. coinstitut seas adopted.IThe...…

December 13, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…VOL. ILL-No . Ii. UNIVERSITY OF MICHGAN~, ESDAY, DECEIMBER 1 .3, 1S92. P tee THIfI(EiCES. TV]E TO STOP THE DISORDER, tralia. The carnival will thus have WORLD'S FAIR ON THE SCREEN '_ an international importance and -Ir 'The Junior Laws Adopt Resolutions wl alotahsto opttr.The Views of the Great Fair Were - anhTrnsctrthrgusnes.me ~ for the three clays Unusually Fine. a The junior lasws adopted the fot- is as follos:s-First day, openishand- S...…

December 14, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 57) • Page Image 1

…Ak ti jh AL tiro,,. I I.I. - o. : . Von. IIL -N. 7. U NI VEFISITYOF MICI IIxL N, WI)NESDAY, I)E EMIIfPEJ 14-, 1591.) tii.1 55<titiS Ify1(;F1, I'I-IIz!,-,v (*,'/ I"-.N-1, . TWO CHANGES IN RUGBY. 1In1 reg-ard to the storing, the fige THEY WILL VIEW THE STARS.a pops~ boiino c ie, in ts -iven for a goal by a field.-- Prpse bliinofPac iks y Through a New Telesopie.-The m and Adoption of a New Method fic. are sail to be 00omutch. . of Snoring. ...…

December 15, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 58) • Page Image 1

…VOL. III.-1o. 5, UIXrERSITY OF MICHIGUAN, TI1'ilSDAY, i)EGEMI1ERi11;, 1892. Ptcr;, TIott,,i, CENTS. CROWNED WITH SUCCESS. nlxi xicxtitons foiorwiew lxer axe A CROSS COUNTRY RUN. ________ tesatemttl~ s madia ll Itiet lexiger The Efforts of S. C. A.Members to whevi itii l it le 011 f ormlilyiionly ThY1tWl el~tollela h Adp aMreLbra as t isiiI of cxv glcal ciulrhlstI U. of M, First Ro,Saurd ay 0;1~~AY Lf The y itillofa goff l bial i s I e a nge ll...…

December 16, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 59) • Page Image 1

…ti Of , t. ii' VOL. III. -1V c). :: +. UIV~ERSITY OF MICHIGAN, IM DAY, I)ECEMIBER i";16,I92. PI-RItonTressmi.: (%ENaS±. THE DECEMBER INLANDER, lovser of a blue-eyed white maiden. _____ Toe story contains more or less ,a Number Full of Excellent Produc itr uth and came to the writer. ff. i tions in Prose and Verse. I On Sale Today. P orter, froni those whlt(eiad it fromi -- tile actors, by word of miouti. ARMOUR INSTITUTE, I A Manual Trai...…

December 17, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 60) • Page Image 1

…d Vf ..r AIL ar A, lit /III A4M Vol- LII.- o. f;ta. UNJitEI1SITY OF MICHIGAN, AT'ILAY )IC'E1IiEI Ii17.I) ?. PR'IC'E, Tm-nin , C : N TS HOW LAWYERS SUCCEED. Mr. Donovan Gives His Ideas of the Su bject--Keep an Eye on the Fees, His First Point. idozenriiii mnore oC thI ~ t 'ismun, tteacliers, un(It orator, hlib crediitedl to5the aristcrayie ran ofi the Cnivercity o isf "Mi21 THE ADELPHT MEETS. r Excellent Oration-Talk on 'SeeC- cess."- Ad...…

December 19, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 61) • Page Image 1

…VOL. III.-No. ii1. UNIVERSITY OF M1ICHIGAN, MOND)AY, DECEMLBER 19. 193. P ic, TB tiesi:CNTes. A NEW SPORT INTRODUCED. It's Charms Were Felt AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM. TheIniialHae ad HundRaes ['le rcial ive hith ntdeitsRendered by the Webster Society . -TheIniialHareandHoud Raes he ecitl gvenby te sudets! at its Public Meeting, Satur- Success. _ t KA & Saturday, were a, Decided oftthle Shool (f i.usc S'tuday day Evening, 'l ,A aweion escell 'tteded...…

December 20, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 62) • Page Image 1

…VOL.. 1L.-NO, 62. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESIDAY DECEMBER 21f, 1892. PRIc, Tic 211CNSe. YALE'S LAMPUS AND GYM. Freshman Class Day Officers. TO THE SENIOR LAWS.-- , A Frmi Mchga Stdet wits \t the freshiman class nietn' CGv. Chase, of Indiana, Gives the ClstSm Pointers and Useful Entertainingly of the Eastern let itStnts h ittlte die hedls audyteCmiteAvc.UniversityfI9 tr1i ftiesnste (cstlass DayInsofficrs repo ted in& tite n te ft ii t otstn t...…

December 21, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

…c j e . of *1.6 VOL. III.-No. ():3. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1892. PRiuis :THREE :CENTS THE ORACLE OF NINETY-FIVE. ing of the Green" is well calculated THE JEFFERSONIAN SOCIETY. to stir sip the wratih of I'The Board- Volume Twenty-six on Sale Today.j Gave a Public ilEntertainment Last - . -Sophomores Speak in Prose, ing House Gang." 'Ihe usual num- Night Which Was a Great Sue- Poetry, and Grinds. her of personal "d...…

December 22, 1892 (vol. 3, iss. 64) • Page Image 1

…VOL. ILl-NO. Il4. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TIIUJRSDAY DECEMBER 22, 1892. DIs TREE oC ETS. MORE SALARIES RAISED, the following resolution, which wasI SINGING THE MESSIAH. unanniouly doptd: The Choral Union Rendered Han- The oard of Regents Continue Resslved, Thlat in view of the evi- . del's Masterpiece in Fine Style Their Policy-Homeop Matterstdis Last Night.' --of the tUniversiy of Micigan for tatngtlsECoaRfii Goes niert dentCdensand amongofth...…

December 04, 1893 (vol. 4, iss. 52) • Page Image 1

…tt* 'Of InL VoL. IV.-No. 59.t DEDICATED TO MUSIC. --I The School of Music Opened.-Ap- propriately Called Frieze Memorial Hail. The new building of the School of Music, hereafter to be known as Frieze Memorial hall, was dedicated Tuesday evening. Prof. Kelsey, president of the school opened the meeting with words of welcome after which Rev. Tatlock offered the invocation. The first address of the evening was A. L. Noble, president of the bui...…

December 05, 1893 (vol. 4, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…AM4 YOL. IV. -No. 53. UTNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER , 193. PRICE, TH~REE CENTs. THEOTHE FOUR.le - UHarvard - 0 "CO-ES' ON AN EQUALITY.I fn, v/ , /j Directors of the Athletic Associa- 1.Yale -1 1 Iyardwi.- 0 Harvard Annex May be Incorpor- ClOA)0 ion Selected. Four Student 155. Yale - I_ GHarvard ------- ated with the University. R Members wre Elected. 153. Yale --6 ell~rviidl.- 5 Conservatism Yields. During the same period the Yale...…

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