In Trouble Again
Many people in Ann Arbor remember C. W. Rickett3 who a few yeara ugo was one of the best known and popular students then in the üniversity. He was a younjï man of good ablity, line address, and made friends easüy. For neai-ly two years young Riekett vvasan acknowledged leader in many univorsity enterprises, and every body who knew the young man prophesied a brilliant future for him. Naturally people here were slow to take much stock in the rumor that pointed th e fi nger of suspicion toward him when it became known that several hundred unauthorized season tickets of the lecture association had been sold. Later it became generally known that Ricketts had owned up and had hushed up the matter by refunding some $S0O to the association. Soon af ter this he eft Ann Arbor. Shortly after leaving here he was hearu from at the üniversity of Chicago whorehe soon became nearly if not quito as popular as he was here. Hic career at Chicago was even sborter than it was here. While there he entered into partnership with a young man by the name of Harria for the publication of a literary magazine. It was but a very short time before the partners disagreed, Harris liaving Kicketts arrested on the charge of raising a note given by Harris to Ricketts. This matter was settled up in some way by Ricketts' friends. This was about two years ag'o. Last Saturday llicketts was again brought before the public notice by being arrested at Terra Haute, Indiana, on the charge of having raised a school trustee '8 warrant frora $390 to 8590 and attempting to pass it. Rioketts was acting as the agent of the Westerp Supply Co., of Des Moines, Iowa, and had received the warrant for supplies. Rickette' friends are doing their utmost to settle np the matter and have stront hopea of doing so on account of the faet tliat at least one of the trustees of the school for which the supplies were ordered seems to be mixed up in the motter in some wy.
Ann Arbor Register