THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
U"o~ OUTDOOR TRAINING.
Published Daily (Suadays excepted) dating the Fitzpatrick has Returned and Work
College year, at Will Commence at Once For Notre
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. Dame.
tOrrtrtF The inlaad Press, tHeaaing Block. As was foretold in the DAILY,
Botht Phoesct147. Athletic Director Fitzpatrick returoed
MANAGING EDITORn. yesterday. He has been out of the
F. ENGLARDcot,'Ol L. hospital for over tawo weeks, buttwso
BUSINESS MANAGER. uniable go travel utntil a few days ago.
0. H. HANS, 10se. Vigorous trainitng will comnietce
ED)ITORS. at once, and all ctasdidates will
Athletic Editce, T. IR. X5oooaow, '00 L. report at the Gytmuasiotm every day.
P. w. JONEc, '99, A. tH. MeDocoAta., 'etaE, The teati is weak in the weight,
F. tD. EMNo, '10: c. 1t. Lteo, '005M, hurdles, ttod distance evecits. While
G. D. IttotleoT. '01 1E. J. B. Woot,'00 the presenttmoild weather conotiues
the distance mnt will ruti outdoors.
c~wklmThe starting frames have been pit
Th cheoytetpic tte ~tYlO01- down ini the gymntasiumilaod the
he college yeor, with a oegular delivery hetfoeslprititers attd hurdlers will continue
coo ciachdoy. Noticesc otoaicatioat, ad itodoor work as at present.
othert tietintended tooripthlication moot hep
haaded in a1 the DILYto office biefore a p. m., o The Notre Dame meet will be held
maldto the oditer hetore 3 p.,no. of the day a 'lc nteatrono
peious.to 10.atott which they taoe epeeted toat2occk ithe feron f
apmcipiocto h ll a te ASYofic arch 11. There will be 11 events:
Meyeros. or Sltott' newstatod, o wiih Businecs 40 yard idash, 220 yard dash, 440
Manager. Subscribers will conferaoftvorobyard run,880
repoting promoptly a1 this office any tailuo ad , yadrfI iern
caorierst dliveo papec. 40 yard hurdle, pole vattlt, lighl
All chonges in adverctiag omatter moste lcin
the ieIby 4Op. mo. on the day previotus to that jumip, broad jumpl, shot, atid 1 tule
oa which thoy atoo to appeac. rln ae
a Co~tt to otow'sbeet.Oor chan~ces if winnting have bieei
J. 1 B. WOOsD. HRGniTo ISE aterially itncreaseil by the return of
l''Ii HaIttch, half miiler and Her-
HOSPITAL HARDSHIPS. mati Russell, broad jumiper. Of the
tiew tmett several sell appear excep-~
Major Nancrede Speaks on "The tiotnally promlisitng will be taketn.
Wounded at Santiago."
Dr. Nancreieleast evetnitog gave a
very'etntertaitinog titd itistritctive
lectutre tio as liarge atiaudietnce lid
could crowed intoc AlphitcNut hail. He
spoke iif his experieticesito takitig
caore of the twondecdatid sick ito the
recenttwtar. He criticised the cson
totssary atindlchoitaol(lolpartmients of
the armoy for their itocapacity.
Maori Nanctede's hardships tomi-
mentced as tootn as Ito left t he shore
uf the Utited States. He teas regi-
omental sourgeoti of the Michligan
regimenttwshich weont to Coba ontohie
transort Yale. The vessel weas over-
crowedibhut the officers diii tot sutffer
touclo fromthtlis cause. Their hard-
ships tels lack of food, the privates
seerc scpplied withl ratiotis by tile
govertotent, floe officers score coon-
polled to booy theirs aiid thoere wee
too stores furtished frono seichl to
purchaose. Nor could they buy cloth-
iog, buctt sitht the temperatctre at 1100
scoere obliged to secar their niortherno
After arriving itoCuoha the solediers
tee caoiped iti a seamp. Drs. Nato-
credle atid Vatoghiantthetmselves it
last fouttid it mire santaury locatioti
Mulchl cf the moalaria seas due to theO
expoure of lie first fese dayd in
Dr. Natncrede returncd to Fortresh
Monroec iot the hospital ship City oh
Waoshitngtono sithi 300 swotoded. He
was very piorly equipped for hatod-
lintiIhesie patietits. The otly stimut-
latots Ito could fitnd for thoe cotivales-
catots, during the wehole voyage wore
tswo botties of brandy. Thle soldiers
had throwtn their tito cups awsay swhen
goig itito action actioto atodtoote
others being supplied to the swotid-
ed, the hospital force hail to use old
tbomtatoo catos to feed their patietots.
Tue surgeotns were copelled to go
itoo the thick of the battle after the
seotnded itosteacd of hiavitog- the
wototdedi brought to thoem at the field
htospitals. Dr. Natocrede titettioned
noatoy otlier similar abutses.
Prof. McAlvay, of Manistee toon
residletot lecturer on Demnestic Rela-
ticos-has comtmeooced his course of
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P'rices from $05 Up.,
fsOLLEGE mn aeverywhecoo too incited ta send Coo the Washurn StovnioCatatog.
It conanins nearly 300 portraits of artists and collegians, heaides givingcsome account
othe construction ofrWashhurn instrueatntsaond a complete lst at act prices.
Firstclas music dealerstheoworld oerell Washhurns,o instruments may be
LYON & HEALY, CHICAGO.
Students' Lecture Association.
RUSSELL H3 ONWELL
UNIVERSITY HALL, FEBRUARY 24, 1899.
Admissions, 50 Cenats.
Watch the Bulletins and DAILY.
Wesletyan Guild Lecture.
The array of taletit whicll has
appeared uponH the Wesleyan Giuild
lecture cocorse this year cati be too-
swhiere equalled i thte cocuntry. Tile
sermlons iof Chaticellor Day atid of
Dr. Hlillis were masterpieces and swilh
lotig be remembered as such. The
tomtorrowt evetniog lectotre is to be
deliveroeh by Dr. Johto A. Butts,
presidetnt of Dretw Seminitary, upon
the subject '"-hot Witness of St.
Paul to thoe Truth of Christiatoity."
Dr. Butts is a finie schlar andh an
eloquent speaker atod is sure to more
than sustain tioe rep~utatiotn toade by
the previous lecturers.
Mrs. Beene Fitzpatrick accompan.
led her husband o , his returun to the
Late students desirlung to elect
literary work or iterary stucdents
desiring to elect lase sork should
seood 111 a weritteni application statitng
the fact. Lawe studenlts mucst havej
tue endorsemeint of twvo professors.
Stcodeonts on thle six year course
shiould se toie. Genierah Consulta-
thou htours, 12 to 12:30, Rootm 2, T. H.
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