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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UMYERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

+P MGolf Club Meeting.
+ f* A large and enthusiastic meeting
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the in the interest of golf was held at
college year, at the Psi U house yesterday afternoon
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, and steps were taken to organize a
permanent club, which will always
OicE:TheInlan Pess, enningBlock. he one of the factors of University
life.
MANAGING EDITOR. Dr. Wenley presided, being called
F. ENGELHARD, '01 L. to the chair by Standish Backus,
BUSINESS MANAGER. who called the meeting to order and
o. H. HANs, '100 L. acted as secretary. Several sugges-
EDTORS. tions as to plans for the future and
Athletic Edito, T. B. woeosL, '00 L. the location of the links were dis-
F. 0. EEAAN, '01 L. C. H. LUn, '00 M, ' cussed and it was finally decided to
G. I). HUcNUTT, '01 E. leave the details of the matter to,
competent committees, who will re-
port at the next meeting, to be held
in the near future at the Psi U house.
The subscription price of the DAILY is 2.50 for The announcement of the meeting
he college year, with a regular delivery before will be published in the DAILY.
oo daoeay. Notices, co unicationsosan A committee on membership, con-
handed in at theDIosYofficeefoe81)mh uorsistn of Messrs. Wetmore, Com-
moniled to tthe editor before 3 p. mto f she day sistg r.Wtoe on
previous to that on which they are expected to stock, Moran, Renaud, and Dr. Lom-
ptecriptions may be left at the DALY office, bard was appointed. They will
eyer'sorstoet'newstand, or with Binoes receive names of all who are desir-
Marcager. Suhscribers will confer a faor byreev nasofllworedi-
reporttng promptly at this office any failure of ous of becoming members. All those
carriers to delivrepaper.,ji fenx ilh
All changes in ravertising matter must be in who join before next meeting will be
the office by 4p. m. on the day previous to that put on the charter-roll, which it is
on which tIey are to appear. hoped will reach the hundred mark.
IN CHARQE OF TODAY's ISSUm, Thirty-two attended the meeting yes-
G. D. HUDNUTT. terday, representing the independ-
ents, faculty, and fraternities. The
One of the most important organi- prime movers wish it understood that
zations through which the Univer- this is distinctly a University affair
sity is represented abroad is the Glee open to all students.
Club on its holiday and vacation It is the intention of the clubs to
trips. Our athletic teams, debating have the links back by the hospitals,
teams and glee clubs represent our if the the ground can be secured,
University organizations out of town. otherwise somewhere along the motor
In past years musical clubs have been line, where they can be permanent.
maintained here whose work has Matches between the faculty and the
been of a high standard and almost students, and between the fraterna-
invariably a credit to the University. ties and independents will be played
The circumstances in which last preliminary to choosing team to play
year's clubs found themselves were the Detroit and Grand Rapids clubs.
very unfortunate and deeply to be A professional will be secured to
regretted. But now that the clubs lay out the links some time next
are again well organized with pros- week, so that play will begin imme-
pect of a trip under more favorable diately. It is to be hoped a large
conditions, all the musical ability of number will join the association and
the University ought to be brought help make golf one of the prominent
out and a musical organization of the sports at the U. of M.
fullest possible strength perfected. A constitution and by-laws will be
The impression which a musical club adopted at the next meeting, when
leaves with an audience is either also the permanent officers will be
good or bad in proportion to the ex- elected.
cellence of their performance, there.
fore let us have a good glee club that Proflessor Cooled Still With the Yos-
we may be strongly represented in smite.
this branch of college life. Professor M. E. Cooley is still in
.i the service of the navy department.
Dr. Lawrence Bigelow is a new in- Aletterreceivedfromhimrecently was
structor in the general chemistry dated League Island, Philadelphia,
work of the University. He gradu- and stated that the Yosemite had just
ated from Harvard University in returned from a trip to Mole St.
1891, and from the Massachusetts Nicholas, Island of Haiti. The
Institute of Technology in 1895, and steamer had been in reserve and all
received the degree of Ph. D. at the crew save two officers and him-
Leipsic in 1898. Dr. Bigelow has self discharged.
organized a course in physical chem-
istry which will be given this year - .
for the first time. The study will be
fundamental for all branches of l
chemistr general as well as anal- -!

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tic and technical. New apparatus
has been purchased for this work and
a special room for it has been fitted
up at the east end of the laboratory
of general chemistry.
Saturday afternoon Dr. Burr, who
is acting as assistant to Dr. Darling,
and Dr. Carrie S. Coleman were
united in marriage at the Methodist
parsonage by the pastor. Both are
graduates of the U. of M. class of
'98.
Today the University of Minne-
sota football team will line up
against the "old grads." The al-
umni game is becoming an established
feature in the schedules of western
colleges.

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ACADEMY.
For information in regard to classes, private les-
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telephone 246 (Bell). All tuition and rent pa -
able In advance. No exceptions to this rulse i
be made.

OUR FALL SHOE SHOW....
The exhibit of new shoes, specially designed for Fall Wear, which we are showing
thin week will attract the attention of the many thousands of sensible shioebuyers
who have learned to look to us for better things in Footwear. This Fall's show.
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