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September 27, 1898 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1898-09-27

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I S. C. A. Actie.
The S. C. A. will manifest increased
ta~k aed Daiy (Sandyeeecpted duineg the ativty this year. Mr. Chs L. Storrs
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. a salary that will enable ila to give
,; sised P i e InlndP eas ening Bock, his entire te and attentiocn to tier,
Bth ihoe, 147d work. Mr. Storrs is a graluate of
aeANA(.1NGE.DITOR. Amherst, and has spent oe year in
r. Ecer~eesncc, 'oicL. the Yale Divinity Shool. The asso
BUSYESS I~ ER. cation will have its ucsual fetures:
0. It. Hes, g.00i..Snday eetings, geerl prayer.
>IDrrutis. meeting on Wednesday evenig, cii
ae tiitor, . iR. Weevsest, oL special cmeetig for le freshmsecso
W te..asee. c, A. 11, Menoee.c,ice.Mocday evecings, acid for Dent adi
ci D. , .N,01 . c. I.t iee,oiiom. Medics on Tueday evenings. Ac
G.. 1. ii COrT, '51 important additioni has been made ina
the soial work to lbe done. A social t
entertainment of an infrmal sort
iswill le hail ion every Friday evecig
r, tnio CC ir 0'0 cAL C1-2.5i foe lr ici i
cegeie iiii daringbeee thesol year. Thlee owill
itde. .Netiee, i' e ushe in. icd usually be co expense cinicected witi
tie aiiee tci. See pi M., orthese evecte cniithey will be open to
daa afe i.e fhedicll. Te sal nucccber of larger and
lieewhich theae eectedtoC
aNSte ac Clet atthie OIcY c dlaes spcial sociacls, will also e givec. The
ot. si . 'ewtnd o ith ns tIni Sunday mcornicgcieeticgs will be held
CC mli at 111j, 011j"e acii eCfee il(CCeeoficcthe large aciitoricini of Newerry
z"i-.Ciiicl el i es CCC'C. Ieee l
- - It cci e accounced with cocsi-
i-in iha~s hieeciamainegly erahle ceraictythat Presidecnet Acgell
CC 'CCC i ididinlcgeer racccls of lpro- will delivec the first Sccniay mcocnicg
Ci--CCioulC-Cincc athletics. J. I. Miay- addres cfter scolo pecco. F'oritee
CCClr CaidiH.I F. Coceis!'pitrticecfollowinicg, Prif. Wecliy, Dr. W. 1.
,tenCin cCCertaiciiathletic gamiies el inslicdal, ccciilProf. E. I- Johnicsoc
it - rgemCcGreec, isCi., duicg the have beeni secred.
CC iatiC cioit1i5,i suchccmicicer i5 ___as_________
vCCCittticr acmateur stacdiingt;" personal.
CidI were diqutcalified liv the Atletit
luctiil of the Iciverety of i Mi (ls erctriceceLoeter, t98, is teacc-C
oiit ept., 98.ccng i tiihigh cool atcHuiso,
Wenethde Board f Coictril took Mcl
cnc Cii inc the C"Stcart Case" Wiseoni Mss Annmie L. 1H111 of Detroit, is
CCLwa ithde first acd almiot only techingincth ie West Detroit high
scho CCtoC raise a claiior abot Mccli- school.
_anii eicng with lrofesioial ath I'AM.Swiyer, 98, is teacincg icc1
ete-. Shle aloce rcised questiocce CS the hc igh clol it Dollorvile, Upper
a( die iccerity of Michigan's stnd nisua
r A purec atletics. Eveni at thai
it-cCl1IIIf the westernicoilleges sCCO. iss Arletta L. Warrein of
-.eceild Maybury andcl Cecheis of Wooster, 0., is Preceltress at Iiwa
roe f.iocaliii acd inticmccted tat College, Ioo-c.
icey woucldI prtest cgainst their coi- W. F. Wolf, '99 L., spetlie
petitigiC ini camateeur events, And it summer at Ludingoc, Mieh., plcy
-liii Cof this fact the Conccil icc their lng bcal with the licl teace,
eCI CiiC~ionsiay they regret 'that no0
uctimiatlioi of the pairtiiationc of Rfaph Apted, '00, of Grad Racp-
=aii Maybu~ry cd said Cochemcs in is is hospital stewacrd of lte 35th
saidieet was ever given to this Michigan, now at Caccp Meade, Penn.
I 5oui~icii or cccy cmeccber of it ucitil J. F. Thomias, 98, former mian-
4aoiy, 1898." ging editor of the DALY, is principal
Icc all faircieso to the Athletic of the Negauniee, Mic., high school.
Ciiiinel of lte Ucniversiy of Wis- M1 M1 Joyce, twei years iwith '99,
conii5ble it said that they relicquishi of Fort -Douglcs, Ic., his retnced to
-alI recorido made by Maybury and college and will enter the lai depart.
Coehienci sincce 1895. Rt it is o be iet
loopied iliac they will not in future beceit
:s0 ready to question tie notives of H. L. Foter has beeci appointed
olters when they theccselves have on Prof. of Botany in the University of
Jaccd a ase of ciinsideraby older Wasicgon at Seattle with a salary
tauicg. of $1,400.
_Death of a Former Medical Student. Cards have been issued for the
i0tccev B. Nortiin, a memcber of the carriae of Mis Carrie Crooks, ex-
CCeiiitclass ef '01,swas killed July 1100 Lit and Mr. Wig Agnew, of
first, inc the chacrge of the Rouegh RI. aamzo
ere tp ScaniJoan lill, necr Sctiago Ccpaini Johmn Bicler, of the base.
o~e Ciba. When hic wacr broke ot all teaci of '98 is ct Ishpeminicg as
hIa._ sprinigIe becamie imbuiced 'Vithc isrector ic history ic the high
le fe ver cd, together with his brth- school. He also ihacs cacrge of
ecr Eidward, eclioe icc Roosevelt's atletis.
Roge C R-1 ides. His homenwTas icc Es.
tee11c. Icc the charge tp the lill
condu~hccted h imself with great brcc- T0-17T IZ0G II T_
v rbhiccwasostruck ic inte hecd by cc
ofte--slr hecllet just before reaching ATHENS THEATRE
le scccit. lie expiredin c his broth-
,a' rrccoaCfew cmomnects after being icoln i. Cat8 i-.'
<icetck. lHe formierly ised io ArizocncaUJI.
lsad was acc expert in horsemaccohip.
Ic cwas-cery Ipopular swithi his cas- Thiingiiimi RmanCteicm eWitPly
Cte sho will probably take soice
-iitbeaction onc his death after col- CHA T RT Q®' flflEA
hioge usopecns. While in Ann Arbor Ie -
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