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Another student was arrested Monday and fined $3.75 for riding on the side walk. The Ann Arbor High School foot ball team defeated the Adrián team Friday on the fair grounds. Score 18 to 0. The body of John Carson the colorad boy, killed last week at Lansing, was brought here by his parents for burial. Walter Hicks, formerly of this city, died last week at Janesboro, Ark. Mr. Hicks was formerly in the Cook House. Game is said to be very plentiful this fall and a number of persons have brought in good bags of squirrels and quail. Somebody threw stones through the Windows of George Spathelf's meat irarket Saturday tight. Three glass were broken. A horse driven rapidly down Main street, struck George McCormick last Friday, throwing him down and injur1 ing him severely. Night Watchroan Hill of the U. of M., was thrown from his wheel Saturday and received painful injuries about his head and wrist. A good audience attended the opening of the Y. M. C. A. lyceum course Thursday night. The entertainment was a great success. A woman's cloak, shoes, coat, belt and hat were found on S. Main street Monday morning. The pólice say tho result of a drunken debauch. Tho Ann Arbor Elks will give a Vaudeville Entertainment in the opera house, Nov. 12. Elks from Toledo. Jackson and Detroit will assist. The prolonged civil suit of Duncan vs. Grove? for alienating Mrs. Duncan's affectlons waa finished, the jury deciding that Duncan had no cause íor action. James A. William was arrested Saturday and sentenced to ten days in jail for violating the ordinance which forbids the sale of jewelry by a person who has no license. The fair given by the ladies of the St. Thomas church, will commence next Monday in the Armory. High class entertainments will be given every nlght duiing the week. Miss Myrtle Tift was thrown from a buggy at the corner of Fuller Btreet near the Michigan Central and was painfully injured. Two ribs were broken and bad bruises reoeived. Among those who attended the World's convention of the W. C. T. U. at Toronto, this week, are Mrs. Voorbies, Dr. Mary Wood-Alleu and daughter, M. C. Wood Allen, Mrs. Pardon and Miss Allie Gates. The hottest rush occurred in the medical lecture room Monday morning The incoming Preshmen met a solic masa of Sophmores and trouble folio wed. Secretary Huber of the faculty warned the studente and threatens to punish any who offend a second time. Dr. W. R. Turner, a gradúate from the University of Michigan, has locat ed here and engaged office rooms in the Ford block ov9r the Leader office He expects to be on hand next Tuesday and introduce himself to our citizen and become one of us. - Milan Leader The county convention of the W. C T. U. was held at Chelsea last week The election of officers resulted as fol lows : Pres, Mrs. H. M. Doig, Ann Ar bor; Ree. Sec, Mrs. M. Warner, Ypsi lanti : Cor. Sec, Mrs. M. Duncan, Ann Arbor; Treas., Mrs. M. G. Hill, Chel sea. Arthur Poland was arrested abou two weeks ago on a charge of horse stealing. Last week he was releasec on bail but had no more than got ou when he threw a neckyoke through th large plate glass window of the Mau! betsch saloon. He is again in duranc vile. The annual meeting of the Collegiat Alumnae Association is to Te held i Detroit this year. The sessions com menee on the 28th of October, and Sat urday the 3Ct'i w ill be spent in An Arbor the meeting t eginning at 10 a m. followed by a lunch in the woman' gymnasium .-Times, The U. of M. Chess Club bas reorani.ed with Alian Campbel), of Deroit, as president. Twenty-üve freshmen are working or tho 1901 foot ball team. Nicliols, f Detroit, is captain of tho team. Professor James W. Pattison spoke efore the Art club Thursday night. He lias arranged for a regular series of 'hursday evening lectures wliich will o a prominent feature of the club work. The freshmen laws are having a hot ime over their election. Michigan wants the president and so do the Western states. There is stih another andidate, a fraternity man, wlio will raw from all sections. The Bible institute to be given under he auspices of the Bible Chairs will begin next Sunday evening at 7:30 in ho Churh of Christ. The lectures Will be given by llev. Chas. A. Young, formerly of tuis city. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the work will coninue in Newberry Hall. The delivery wagon of Heusel Brothers was minus a driver when it swung around the Cook House corner, Saturday morning, but the runaway was stopped beforc it had run two blocks and no damage was done, although tho cry of "runaway" caused the usual excitement on the street. Harry Marsh, Michigan's crack bicyclist of '96, has joined the party of proessionals who are touring the country, and will follow the entire circuit into Mexico. Marsh is just rounding into orm and last week at Peoria, 111., rode econd to Gardiner, defeating the great Tom Cooper and others of equal note. -Times. The Postmaster General has issued an order forbidding the renting of private letter boxes in post offices to minors when forbidden by their parents. Postmasters are constantly receiviog complaints from parents that their sons and daughters are carrying on a clandestino correspondence by msans of the private letter box. And then here are others who are not minors, vho use the private box for tlie same urpose. - Argus. The Ann Arbor Times urges a prosecution of a firm of book sellers because ;hey are non-residents, and a city ordinance provides tliat they must pay $10 a day. If thé Times thinks such an ordinance valid, it had better put up security for costs and try it on. The city of Ann Arbor will keep out of a aig damage suit if it disregards the advice to prosecute. Does any one suppose an ordinance is valid that taxes a man $300 a year for doing business? An ordinance that makes a distinction between residents and non-residenti on


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