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rVOL. V. NO. 131.
UHICAGO'S MICHIGAN MEN.
SEVENTH ANNUAL BANQUET
HELD SATURDAY NICHT.
:- esponses by Pres. Angell, Pres.
H. W. Rogers, Dr. S. H. Peabody
and Others- Dr. C. K. Adams
Acted as Toastmaster.
The seventh annual banqut of the
Chicago Alumni tsocotion wvas held
Saturelay night. Dr. Cares Kenttll
Adams, iresidet of tin University of
Wisconsin, ateed as toastmaster. ie
gtests of the evening wvre Presint
Angell, Dr. Selin Peabody, of tine
University of Illinois; Professor Maiec
W Harrington, of the Chicago wi ath-
r breu; Presidett Atais of Wis-
cosin University; Lhr. sident Henry
WttadelRogero.,(of ortieete n Uo-
rersity; Loos K. Sullivan. designer of
the Chiettgo Alunmni mieal; H. H. Be-
field, tirector of the Chicago aiutl
training School.
iRobert DMccrIty rsili t if the
nssoeiation, and Samuel . Haley.
secretar, sitke of the wonderful
growth of the Utiversity suit told of
wvhat is being accomplised by the
President Ange-l sidtii his restotse
that 'Miligen is the oly Attericuii
instittion ivthic ulnct et't ltirt-
acy with Hlarvard in poitt of ntm-
hers.
Oilier speakers were Dr. C. K.
Adants, Dr. SelitaIH. Pebody, tous
II. Sullivan Pces. Henry Vade htog-
crs and ChuTls itt.
Tie members of the association
present .at the meeting were Ki. Young,
XW. W. Augur, I-I. S. Oakly, M. A.
Debanty, Dr. Higgins, W. A. Marlin.
A. Millard, T. C. Ctrk, J. 13. Conrad,
U. iH. Cleveland, 0...rie, . C.
Simonds, E. L. Miller, i. iM. Shank.
land, C. Harnian, L. I. Evas, W. P.
Parkcr, G. i. Brandon, It. . Lamont,
Dr. H. G. Oils, J. C. Moore, W. S.
Hlden, W. HI. Johnstone W. A. Otis.
F. W. Stevens, H3. M. Bates, J. i.
Angell,(. A. Carmian, C. Chandler,
A. Woodcock, A. Noble, G. A. Lederle,
E. C. Leoel, B. Williams. G. E. Daw
son, N. Macmillan, W. J. Abbot, J. II.
Norton, Fred W. Job), J. Halsed, F. C.
Smith, G. F. Rtush, E. A. Barnes, A., S.
Hail, V. A. Gerringer, J. E. Gross,
Otto Kaspar, XW. J. Brigham, C. TS.
Claussen, G. B. Sprnger Vctrir Et
diog, . J. NoonanA4. Jabcock, S
F., Hawley, J.I).D ilb aid,H A
Drake, J. B Herick ~C4 -.X hitCe
P. B. Herr, W MI b'rwo dI..
About iwny'Glwbl lyr
oerout frjlt i Str mlesy
long. Some of the~. msi't nd was vvy-
' promising, and the h; li}a obpis t )l
hove one of tis i bty bil iaos o
iis season.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1895.

PRICE-TI-REE CENTS.

i i

ADDRESS BY CLEVELANID.
THE PRESIDENT MAY AGAIN
VISIT THE UNIVERSITY.
Will Be Invited to Speak In Chicago
-His Acceptance Quite Probable
-May Be Asked to Stop in Ann
Arbor on His Return Trip.
If clain] thinls wilcrti-' nv i-
Viiteel ity nmy agate havete it- i
tint i-it dhotioiiof lsitIiin-.tto ani
tddiresIbyi'riesientt levland. I
wrill accip n iiiviitioiitoi) -it I li-
cago, wichtetwiill be tendotedimitniby
a conmmittie- ow i-itrote tin Xlsht-
ingtotn for that purposi. If te liii so,
Mrl. Cleveland iilltpass CrotgiAnn
beinductoed ittiddriss the stni -is.
Chlica~go-
No definite ptns inn--eibee ntuiai-
tis yiet ini regato ithis mater.. W11
the iews of tti- liictigoinitation
wtts ntricilveidat thlieUiersity
until Sattiruday atefriioon. It lhts to-i-i
uiscussediniformtallviy atnumiber of
tho studelns,lhoever-i, inid if Pre i-
(li-lt Cleveand soult id-ititoiia-
cept the invitatio to visi Chicago a
ittitinlg ofilii' studetsi will probabtly
bo ctalli-ilfor fth iitm-ios- of iiitdtcing
limn to edelivr tnt adress t t' Cii-
I ierity..
EDUCATORS MET.
Association of Colleges and Sec-
ondary Schools.
~Thet coitchditig sssion of "Tih-
North Cetral Associationt of (ollege
and Secodary scools' as its orgaimo
leers decided to call thec conv-ntion of
eiducators at E~s-tson, isas IheliStt-
urdtty. It ias decided in hold (leil-
nual mteetings of the association in
Novi-mtbr. Teuet te uetlegill h,
(ti-d at tle University of Cictgo.
President Angell was elected presi-
dfiii of the association ad . L. Bliss,
principtal of the Detroit high school,
wcas made Its seceary. G. N. Car-
men, <principal of Morgtn Park Acd-
tiny wts eletedt reasurer. Thes'iis-
presidents iill be a college presidett
anti a prinlcipal of aii acadenmy romt
each of the ten states represented to
the association. An executive commutit-
tee iras elccted composed of the presi-
dent, secretary and treasurer of the
association, and Prof. A. F. Nigtin-
gale,- superinendent of Chicago
schools; Dr. Charles Kedal Adonms,
-C. A. lWlaloprofessor of nmateiatis
atDiPauw Uiversity, and Ediard
--L Harr-, superintendent of Cleve-
la-nd schools. .
The iiI ' lilndisr will give he e-
rohimeot as 2,1s.

FORE THE SENATE TROPHIY. INO GOOD STUDENT

ALL-AROUND INDOOR ATHLETIC
CONTEST SATURDAY NIGHT.
Program Includes Usual Events-
Physical Development Will Be
Marked -Entries Will Close by
Thursday Night.
hut the intetirst arouist-dlbi thu in-
dotiiieotee lal-trunn door atiiitht-t
lii ti-cotist itts boot hest sight f.
Somte- timee ago thebotrd tfe-nto
llac-ti this cotet-s in c-brg-; of Dr.
Fitzgerald. It will te r ant-iitirie
tiat it is fii thte Si-iteTi ropiy.ti
silvei-cuititiatutuit will tie-awrdeti-oi
Tho p(rogriamtdei-utupotin iitits
riopi- tlimbintiig i-r-unintug hightick,
fi-nce- vat, twond ilthors-, woirktetil
paraltltil tars titend titbliing. Firist
plc-init(tsi- ivetn will tiout fivt
hoiuts. s- eouilaittce-three- tiuts amd
ttirid tti- ne point. loiitis this,
tstttits wtll be Eseciialy ettithie-
stit iibytnintttts for frt. iv-. fr
etutu ntwoti(uufr thit-i.
iDr. Fitgraldl ta oumtts thatitMrit
Studhr, iirttor oftist- rot;tiit .:i.
( . A. gyitiuttsituti. wilt ut s oust' o
thti Judgis. Admisio tthe iieouttst
wihit-iwiill beinii at S o't-ti,- will lit
tgtist bhit adtitoi tttr. Fit grltl em
Dlir. Fizptatriek hbefore- ntxi tiursittt
night
SATURDAY'S VARSITY WORK.
Baseball Practice Spirited Despite
Rough Grounds.
Tswo taumts wire hiethI)lil the~
camuis Saturdamy afternoot timd uo-
siedering thu,- roughtness of the groouds
tumd thet'hatrsht wind blouwing soiiti
very spuirited practice resniutiu. Theti-
seemms ito e hprospects for atoogeNtit-
tiey teatmm, 15 somme of thet- mt-i atirT-
htl show special stregtgh in this di-
rection. Of last years ttmum Dtans
ant iiiusstli sowsedtupliltiil IIttisir
respective positions. XWatins, sihit is
candiidtate for hitii r, ismi tried at
second. He is a good Sit-l imd
covers me largetegree- of terrtry.
Vito Tuyl, is-io cov-erceiifirsititse fit-c
'til last y.i o, iwas gist-t a trial at his
psosition. Hi- tnderstndus hit lacue
wvel and is at sre fielder. Hohmmes
taught (soi-n inmgs antidetmnostrate-t
Is ability hy accurate throwing anti
supeior dieldug. Ie is also a god
bat r anti slenudibtse runnter. Sex-
ton covered centterfeld, itikug seea
difficult atchs and trris to ite.
The grounds are still. in a. vemy
rough conditioni, and it is difficult to
judge of the feldang the idiviual
candidates
Duey bills at th Daily ogeie. -

Tries to learn without books.
Some people though try to use
musical instruments with little
or no toine.
We Say Buy Those Which ve Jne
We sell that kint.
51 South Main st.
Emploby
~~~Young de ~~~e~~
ient Inypat petfr cashightoirae Acts
ACECYCLE w Ced hmo apal.No
medd iGor toculrAAL. o
LAH[OEBATII BOMIN SIAI
NO. 9 15WSINGON LOK
. 4A.TAEX.
Atst iprePBabetSop,
NOs th1o5yE WASHIGTON tBL1t Oor,
east of atn st. Ass Arbr.
MAMMOTH A PIPE SALE
JOLLY & CO's
t6 Sense STATE S. DPet fsll to cm.
list and raid Lucsse at Atl Mors.
PROF. JOHNSONI'8
Illustrative Cases on
Bills and Notes
AND
NORTON ON BILLS AND NOTES
up tow, Dews Town,
Gls britjito tmt, bp Aleoust ose
205S.State Bt 4N. MaiSt.
ANN ARBQR

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