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VOL. . NO. 91.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1895.

PRICE--TIIREE CENTS.

CHICAGO ATHLETICS.
TWO COMING IMPORTANT ATH-
LETIC MEETINGS,
Chicago A. A. and the First Regi-
ment-Amateur Athletic Union.--
Various Events Open to Colleg-
ians.
An open indoor athletic meeting wi]
he iven by te thicago A. A. an
he first regiment, Illinois Nationa
Guards, onl Satrdaty. March 2. in the
first regiment armory, Michigan ave.
nod Sixreenthl st., Chicago. The' evets
will be open to all amnates and wil
ho as follows: Forty yards dash
mile run, ruiing high ,jump, isole
vault, half mile run, shot put, isotato
There- will also be a ceow, or rla
raice of tn' mile, opni to ainy clegeg
meombr of the Western Intercollgith
Athletic association. Each cleg
will be allowed to enter six mnc, fetl
of whom shall fintlly compete, echr
running 440 yards. The track is 12
laps to the mile, wihi raiscd corners
Tfhe starting in the dash will le fron
cleats two inces sqare, and non(
lit rubber-soled shoes will be allowel
The entries, for which te fee i
,2) cenits, will close i Fbruary '_3
They mst h tistde oii the oficit
entry blank, which wil be setitor
application to 11. S. Cornih, car
Chicago Athletic itssocittion, Cii
ag, Ill. The rules for the toel
may e soen at the Daily office.
The gymnastic championships of th
Central association of the anaten
athletic union will tbo given uder lie.
auspices of the Chicago athletic asso
elation, in their gymntasiuma in Cii
eago on Saturday, Macel 23, at
Saturday, Mach 30.
'These camptioships will be open t
any amateur. They will include tli
following events: March 23, broae
horse, horizontal bar andI rope clint
ing; March 30, parallel bars, flyin
rings and club switging. Entries wil
lose March 10 and mst ha aecoir
panled by the fee of $1 for any or a]
e 0 - Entries should hoeIadeb
11. S. Cornish, 123 Michigan ave., Ci
eag, Ill. rizes will ho. given to firs
and second int each event, and a spe
ial prize for geneal excellencewl
be given 'to th contetants scomn
the highest aggregate of points in th
brad horse, horizontal bar, pralb
bars and flying ring.
Glee Club Concert.
The Glee club give a concert at Di
trot this afternoot under the ue
piles of the Alumni association of te
Detroit High Shoo. A reception an
hop will be given in the evening T
proceds will go toward the ig
school's scholarship fnd for the Ul
Yerrsty.

Faculty Concert.
Tlh' foturitfacultycottc('rt cof iie
*seasont was given last ntight, and the
Frieze MemMorial hall was crowded hy
atn appreiative attdietmce Thte pro-
grainiwas opietned by at toccata.,it
1 ) mimnor by PBach, r. tnderedl on the
orgatn by t'rof. Stanley. Ite was fol-
I loweel c by Mr. Latmisomi, whcsc singing
i of a ballad ettitiledd'"fime towotti

THlE FRATERNITY BALL
EWILL UNDOUBTEDLY EXCEL
BALLS OF FORMER YEARS.
- Independents Have a Sooth-List
tof Fatronesses.-Committees in
-, Charge-Daily to Issue a Double
Nutmber as a Souvenler.
.trratgetiettts tire tieing raepidly per-
il fecte'il for the Ninteeenth amitntal.ttal

Supplianit" w-sas wartmly reooiv ed. TheI which will be the great closing ev-emnt
third tnttmber comsisted of three harts:( of the first e miester. Tha '96ti em-
Guotucreigeti by Liszt.,ti tortirmeittinmittees -who have the iutiter itt charge

1i tmajor iy Chopin, aittat valse itt
A lat miajor, bys Moszkowski. These
were perforimediltupoitithmepiatto with
exqutisite expressiot, by Signmor Jottas,
whlo otto loutdly andI ritattedly atp-
plautded.
Titotnext part of te program was ta
series of violin soles by Mr. H~ermann
A. Zeitz, wvho played three ttungarian
dainties in ID, B and G ttittor. In ce-
spottse to atn encore Mr. Zeitz replayed
te last mentitomned selec~tion.. Follow-
itig ]tr. Zeitz, Mr. Lamuson again atp-
hiared atnd sang "Adelaide," by Beet-
htovetn, and, if possible, his secomtd solo
was received with tmorce Iweaty ap1-
lau~tso than the first. Thte proagram
wats losed tiy aniniittermiezzo fromt
lltiteberger by Prof. Stanley.
W'itht such coticerts its these of "reel
biy the faculty of the School of Music
eduritig the present sasmott the tusic
lovers of Attn Arbor htave uttexcelled
otiportutnities for entertaiment, ancd
the Prieze hall is Isarely sufficiecnt to
tccottmoidate the large tnutmier' whoi
atttted.
Sophomore Medic Schedule.
'Te sopihoimlore meitilcltass will bei
exatmitned as follows:
Etnbi-yology, Monday morning, Fib.
11, 9 o'clock, in the low-er lecture rootm.
Physiology, 'Tnesday rioitimg, Feb.
12, at 9i o'clock itn upper lecture rootm.
Ilygietie, Wedttesday tnortaing, Feb.
13, at 9 ocloek on hoteniotiathic atmphli-
theatre.
Surgical Atnatotmy, Thturmsday tmtirn-
itng, Feg. 14, at 9i o'clock ini the upper
lecture rosin.
Anatotmy of the' Nervous Systett,
Friday miorning;, Feb. 15, atth o'clock,
in the upper lecture room.
The Freshman Medic Exams.
The freshmnan tmedical class exam-
inations have been scheduled and
posted for next week and this. Ost-
eology will come tomorrow afternoon
at two o'clock in the upper lecture
roont. Bacteriology is to be given
Monday maorning, Feb. 11tih, at 9
o'clock in the dental ampitheatre.
Anatomy will be given in the same
Splace Wednesday, Feb. 13t1, at 9)
o'clock. The subject of general chemo-
istry is billed for Tuesday morninlg,
Feb. 12th, at 8 o'clock.

are its follows, with \l. W. Cttllcct,
Sigmtt Phi, geteacllllaiciutit:
Tcwvitatiott-'ltrl s IP. Davis, Itetta
Theta. Pi, c'haeirmaln; F. Wt. Colemnm,
Psi U'psilot;i«'.t. la-ctt'ir" IPhi
Kappa Psi; tlowatrid Bement, Zea
Psi; A. It. -Mdlri-gor, lDelta Tan Delta.
Arrtttgemnts -Framik H. tPetrie,
Alpha Delta P'hi; II. E. Sauea', Chi
Psi; Ht. A. Cole, P'hi Kappa Psi; 1E.
It. Htarrington, Delta Kappa Epsilon;
L. C. Whittmatn, Zeta.t'si; G. F. Greeti-
leaf, Delta Tan Delta.
Reoception-A. D. Stevenson, P'si Up-
silon, chmairtmanm; J. B. Tillotsone, Alpha
DeltatPhmi;ID. M. tiecry, Delit Kappla
Epasilonl; B. C. ilhl, ttetae Theta Pi;
J. Archmer, Chli Ptsi.
Thle patrotmesses of thoc tall are Mrs.
J1. B. Angell, Mrs. P. It. detetit, Mrs.
J1. C'. Kinowltoni, i: A. A. S!ttmtl 'y.
.Mrs. ;N. L. D'ttogi', iMs. .'. Freer,
Mrts. E,.1'. iHinmaitn, Mra. A. V. Atchti-
sen, Ms,. .'. Codd, Mrs. S. B. Cole-
maim, Mrs. W'. G. Henry, Mrs.' Gardner
Lamson, Mrs. l. .1. Gross, Mrs. C. 11.
Morse, Mrs. J. J. Mutheron.
A nuimber of thme idepsendents hatve,
taken a booth acid the followinmg frae-
ternities will also be represented by
booths: Delta Cli, Ktappa Sigma, Xi
Psi Phi, Delhi Sigmat Delta.
Time Daily will issue a double nutm-
ber emm Saturday morneming folloing.
Attention is clled to its announ'e-
mecnt elsew-here ho our columns.
Medical Faculty Changes.
This morning's Detroit 'Tribune con-
tales time folliowinmg:
"In executive sessiom; the reogmits
passed a resolutionm to abolish time chair
of patimology occupied by Dr. Gibbes,
and combitine it wiith the chair of thce
practice of medicine. Thme pathologhcal
work wilhe done by an assistant, as
yet unappointed, at a salary of $90tOa,
year."
As we go to press the repor't is .veri-
fied from official soures. It is under-
stood thme action of tho regents Is lice
result of the difficulties as to opinions
upon various branches of work. Dr.
G ibbes wvas not criticized for his work
as a teacher.
Theo senate trophies are on exhibition
I thme display window of Shteehan &
Co.

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Tries to learmn witout ooks.
Some people tiough try to use
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or nmione1c.
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