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VOL. IX, No. 118.

ANN AiBOR, MlICH., F

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G. H. WILD Co.
Will announce that we have now
received our Spring and Summer
Woolens. Our stock for the incom-
ing season is the largest we have ever
shown, is exclusive and confined, in
both foreign and domestic goods, and
is composed of the best fabrics in
every line that can be obtained. We
carry the largest line of Woolens in
the city. We invite you to call and
inspect the same.
G. H. WILD CO.
108 E. Washingtoil St ,
ANN ARBOR.
Allegretti's
Chocolates
Fresh Today.
Wopn Dan ana 1M.
During the rest of the college year we
will serve lunches at all hours, day or
ight. Full lte of Pipes, Cigars, and
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
OpenI
AFTER ALL
Concerts

BASEBALL GAMES.
An Eastern Trip is Vert Probable
This Spring.
Recently several dates have been
changed and several new games have
been decided upon. One of the
series of western games with Cornell
will be played at Grand Rapids on
June 17, and the game which was to
have been played with them at Ith-
ica on May 27 will be played there
on June 3. Other new games are:
April 29, Illinois at Ann Arbor;
May 13, Hatilton Club at Ann Ar-
bor; June 5, Lafayette at Easton,
Pa.; June 6, Pennsylvania at Phila.
delphia. These last two games will
be played if Pennsylvania can in-
duce Lehigh, with whom she has a
game for June, to play on some
other day. If this can be done the
much talked of eastern trip for the
baseball team will be a fact.
The Eliqibilitu ol Contestants.
The committee appointed for the
purpose by the Athletic Board hass
reported on the eligibility of con-
testants in the Fresh-Soph meet to be
held Saturday afternoon. The re-
port is to the effect that a student
shall be considered a member of the
class he belonged to during the first
semester and that any one who has
26 hours to his credit besides that
arising from his last semester's work
shall be considered a sophomore and
any one having 56 hours credit be-
sides that obtained last semester shall
be considered a junior.
This last provision is for those who
may not have had the full credit of
a sophomore or junior last semester,
but whose work this year would place
them in the more advanced class. It
also provides for those who have re-
ceived 26 or more hours advanced
ctedit classifying them as second
year men.
Will Teach in the Summer School.
The following persons have been
appointed to teach in the summer
school. Profs. W. W. Beman, An-
drew C. McLaughlin, T. C. True-
blood, John C. Rolfe, George A.
Hench; Junior Profs., Fred M.
Taylor and Fred N. Scott; Assist.
Profs. John 0. Reed and J. L.
Markley; Instructors George 0.
Higley, David M. Lichty, Ernest H.
Mensel, Karl E. Guthe, Arthur G.
Hail, Louis A. Strauss, Herbert J.
Goulding, John R. Effinger, Jr.,
Walter B. Pillsbury, James B. Pol-
lock, Walter Dennison, John E.
Gratrud; assistants, Archibald Camp.
bell, Charles L. Bliss and Herbert H.
White. The courses in zoology will
be given by Prof. W. HI. Munson of
Hillsdale College.
Dates For The May Festival.
The dates and numbers of the five
entertainments of the May Festival
are as follows: May 11, evening,
Choral Concert, German Requiem;
May 12, afternoon, Symphony Con-
cert; evening, Sembrich Concert;
May 13, afternoon, Orchestral Mat-
inee; evening, Samson and Delilah.
Arrangements have just been com-
pleted whereby Campanari, the cele-
brated baritone from New York, will
be added to the list of singers.

RDAY, MARCH 10, 1899. THREE CENTS.
WHO GETS HIM? APPROPRIATION FOR U. OF M.
Good Government Club Claims That President Angell and Board ofl Re-
Senator Davis Will Speak Under gents Talked to Legislators.
Its Auspices. President Angell and the regents of
It is possible that the Athletic the University have had a conference
Association and the Good Govern- with the joint university committee
mett Club may lock horns. It seems relative to the appropriation to be
that the latter had written Senator made by the legislature. At present
Davis before the former had thought the University receives one-sixth of
of sending "Bill" Day to Washing- a mill, which was fixed in 1803,
ton and yesterday President Mul- amounting to about $184,000 a year,
holland received a letter from the but they have been obliged to ask for
senator saying that he couldn't defin- specific appropriations. In speaking
itely promise but that if he came to of the growth of the University and
Ann Arbor it would be under the the increase of expenses, President
auspices of the Good Government Angellstated that, with the exception
Club. As a consequence, the Athlet- of Harvard, Michigan had more stu-
ic Association are somewhat wrought dents than any other university in
up as they had counted on securing the country, while the expenses were
Mr. Davis themselves. Neither de- far less, the average being between
sire to antagonize the other in any $700,000 and $800,000, while Michi-
way,yet each would like the credit of gai had to get along ton about $525,-
bringing the distinguished peace 000 by practicing the strictest econ-
commissioner to Ann Arbor. omy and cutting down the salaries of
It is not yet known what will be professors. This year the University
the outcome of the matter but it is is asking for $187,000 for a scientific
likely that some compromise will be laboratory and a new hospital. It
agreed upon. was suggested to the committee that, if
SOCIETY ROSTER. feasible, the regents would rather
have the tax increased to one-fourth
ADELPHI SOCIETY. of a mill in lieu of any specific ap-
The final society debate prepara- propriation, which would give the
tory to the prize cup debate will be University $275,000 from the state
held Saturday night. The question and enable the erection of proper
to be discussed is, "Admitting it to buildings. It is but natural that a
be Constitutional, Resolved, That a university must either grow and ex-
federal graduated income tax is de. pand or begin to retrogade, was Presi.
sirable." Messrs. Bates, Holland, dent Angell's comment in discussing
Utley, Springett, Maxey, and Mother- the matter.
sill will support the affirmative, while Representative Chamberlain fa-
Messrs. Tupper, Fredrics, Cook, vored an increase of the tax, but was
Reed and Hurrey will support the afraid that such a bill would fail.
negative. A suggestion was also thrown out
for a summer school in the nature of
ALPHA NU. a teachers' institute, which has been
'The society contest to choose a going on for three years at the ex-
teamt to represent it in the inter petse of the pupils. President
society cup contest debate will be held Angell suggested that, as the normal
Saturday night. The affirmative schools receive appropriations for
speakers will be Messrs. Wistrand, that purpose, the University could not
Hollister, Lathers, Kinne and Bar- well perform the work and charge,
bier. Those who will support the while with a sttall appropriation
negative Messrs. Strong, Montgomery, they could receive students for the
Wood, Wells and Sweet. summer school, with only a small fee
charged for each course during the
Wrestling Contests, six weeks' term.-Times.

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Lectures

AND

FOR THE SALE OF
ISoda Water
Calkins' Pharmacy
Law Books
For the Second Semester
and
Text Books
Far all the departments.
SECOND-HAND BOOKS
Bought and Exchanged.
Best Linen Paper, 15, 20 and 25e perlb.
WAHR'S

Interest in boxing and wrestling is
increasing daily as is shown by the
men working along this line in the
gymnasium. Athletes are becoming
more interested in this line of sport
than they were formerly, and some
of the best men in the University
are now at it. Especial attention
will be given these contests at the
'Varsity meet to be held a week from
tomorrow. The boxing and wrest-
ling events will be held in the after-
noon, and from the present outlook
some sharp contests may be expected.
Such men as Steckle, Avery, Loud
and Richardson have already entered
the heavy-weight wrestling class.
'Te best boxers in college are prac-
ticitg for te meet.
Prof. II. M. Slausen will discuss
the subject, "Our Public Schools,
How far should they contribute to
the training and development of
children?" before the Business Men's
class, at the Congregational church,
after the morning service, next Sun-
day.

Sophomore Class Meeting.
The Sophomore class met yesterday
afternoon to make further arrange-
ments for the Fresh-Soph meet in the
gymnasium Saturday. The class
adopted a yell which is as follows:
O -N--E
One, One, One,
Michigan, Michigan,
Naughty-one.
Messrs. Begle and Talcott and Miss
Katharine Hine were appointed yell
masters. Miss Grace Moore of Ann
Arbor was elected vice president of
the class.
The U. of M. minstrels are holding
regular practice each week. A
temporary manager has been chosen
during the illness of Manager Hans
and it is hoped to announce the defi-
nite date for the minstrel show soon.
Rev. Caspar A. Hiatt, D. D., of
Cleveland, O., will preach in the
Congregational church Sunday even-
ing on the subject, "Abundant Life."

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