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VOL. V. No. 136. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1895. PRICE-THREE CENTS.

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MICHIGAN VS. ALBION.
OUR REPRESENTATIVES IN TO-
DAY'S GAME DETERMINED.
Who Will Field the Positions This
Afternoon-Selections Which Will
Doubtless Meet With General
Approval.
There was no regular practice game
yestierday, but all the men were given
practice in the Field with the object
of finally determining the ones who
should play in the game with Albion
today. Captain Shields announcesS
he list as follows:
Catchers, Holmes and Condon; pitch-
ers, Miller, Gallup and Watkins; first
base, McKenzie; second base, Lec;
third base, Deans; short stop. Russell;
left field, ffloomingston; centr field,
Shields; right field, Sexton.
The game commences at 3:30 p. c.,
at the athletic field and all candidates
in uniform will be admitt d free.
COLLEGE REPUBLICANS
Hold a Large Convention at Grand
Rabids-L. D. Vaughan Elected
President.
The fourth annual convention of th
American College Republican League
was held in Grand Rapids yesterday,
shout 100 delegates being present from
forty-five universities and colleges. L.
I). Vaughan, of the University of Chi-
cago was elected president for the
ensuing year on the first ballot. The
session was occupied in speech-nak-
ing, the appointilent of committees
and the adoption of resolutions. The
conventio of 1896 will be held in
Minneapolis.
Additions to Library and Museum.
Among the last books received at
the library were nearly two hundred
volumes of Littell's "Living Age.'
Any one having old numbers of it
should see Librarian Davis. For en-
gineers, a particularly interesting vol
nme is one on the new London Tower
Bridge, prepared by a commission ap-
pointed for the work. It is finely
illustrated.
A visit to the museum will revea
many changes and additions since th
beginning of the year. Chief amon
these may be mentioned an etholo
gical exhibit of the Alaskan an
British Indians. It is situated in a
case in front of the main door, anc
is very interesting. It shows th
weapons, implements and clothes o
the natives of the sea coast an'
Aleutian Islands.'
Another interesting case is the on
occupied by a collection of coral
;brought by Prof. Steer from the Phi
1l1pne Islands.
Advertise In the Daily.

MLLE. RHEA FEELS GRATIFIED.
She Writes a Letter to the Univer-
sity Expressing Her Pleasure. F
tic ft:ihwing pretty little Lote ihs
ti:- rrceived by A. f. S. y: - frimin
Mlle. Rhea. It relates to the invita-
!i:o received by her to gir -a lie-
ture-recital before the DIra --ical asso-
ciation and others in nivrsoty trill
neat Monday affernoirn:
"Mly dear Dir. Sawyer: Will you
kindly be my interpreter to the pro-
fetssors and the students of the Uni-.
versity and tell them that the honori
they confer upon me is only eualled
by my appreciation of it. Of all the s
tokens of estem I have reeceived in
this country, this is surely the great-i
es2t.p
'Kindly tender to all the expression
of my profound gratitude, and bc-
lieve mel
"Yours truly,
"RIEA.
"April 4th, 1895."
Mrs. Tames B. Angell will preside at1
the reception to Mile. Rhea in Uni-
versity hall at 4 o'clock on Monday.-
All indications point to a large aud-
ience on this occasion, when the st-
dimts of the University will have the
opportunity of seeing and hearing this
mrillhiant artiste.
Ladies to Have Their Own Officers.
For some time there has been a feel-
inl among the girls of the Univer-
sity that there was need of better
acquaintance with each other and of
more earnest and united Christian
work. Several meetings have been
called to consider what were the best
steps to take. At the neeting Thurs-
day afternoon, at vhich many were
present both members jnd non-mem-
thers of the Students' Christian asso-
ciation, the followiig plan was adopt-
ed subject to the approval of the as-
sociation: To so readjust the by-laws
of the association that the young wo-
men may constitute the woman's de-
partmient of the Students' Christian
association, which may choose its
own officers and committees and adoit
such methods and formulate such
1 plans as the needs of the girls seem
to demand. It is ixroposed that the
gineral work of the association still
be done by joint committees, the Sab-
bath meetings remaining as they are.
The particular plans of work will ap-
pear later. It is earnestly desired
that every girl will lend her influence
f and enthusiastic support.
d Drs. Hall and Hoff aret giving the
'96 dents some very interesting le-
e tures and demonstrations on the man-
s ufacture of the ,:dental instruments
I- used in filling teeth.
The best advertising medium in the
city is the Daily.

TONIGHT'S PROGRAM.
FIVE MEN IN COMPETITION FOR
THE SENATE TROPHY.
Several Interesting Events Pre-
pared Beside Those of the Indi-
vidual Contest-Tickets of Amis-
sion Free to All,
The all-around gymnastics for the
Senate Trophy takes place tonight,
beginning at 8 o'clock, in the Water-
man gymnasium. Five men have en-
tered in the individual contest, the
events of which are tumbling, rope
climbing, running high kick, work on
vaulting horse. work on parallel bars
and fence vault. The judges will be
Mr. Studer, of Detroit . M. C. A.,
llr. Fitzpatrick and Mr. G. Cilliamn-
son, of the MeMillan gymnasium.
tesides these events there will be a
forty-yards dash, relay race, and an
oxhibition contest in boxing and in
wrestling. Tickets are frie aind may
be obtained by anyone, student or
otherwise, upoll application to Secre-
tay Wade at his office or to Dr. Fitz-
gerald at the gymnasium.
U. of M, Silver Club Meets,
There was a very spirited discus-
sioi at the oen meeting of the U. of
.11. Silver club in Room 13 of the law
building last night. Some 10 of the
members of the club were there hold-
ing various shades of opinion in re-
gard to the extended use of silver and
besides them there were several goldt
bug visitors, including Editor Ham-
moind of the Argus. He entertained
the club with a long and careful args
suent against silter, and was followed
by other speakers pro and con. Jus
before adjournment the club extended
a vote of thanks to the visitors and
invited them to join the club. It wa
resolved to hold other meetings for tht
cisen diseussicin of the silver question
the first being a success, and the ccx
meeting will be held the first Frida
after vacation.
UNIVERSITY NOTES.
Sunday evening Dr. Cobern preach
on "If I had my life to hive over,
withi a tst-lude on "Mr. Ingersoll'
Bible"
Owing to lack of space the Daily wi
not publish the blue ware exhibit unti
Monday. The exhibit is open; fro
J to 4 today.
Prof. Walter will lecture before M
University Bible class at the M. I
church on "Joseph de Maistre and th
Catholic Reaction," Sunday, April
at 12 m.
The junior dents will have a writte
examiination on Physiology to D
Lombard at 9 a. u. Monday mornin
in the upper lecture room of the me-
eal buildlIng.

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