VOL. IX, No. 14. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1898. FoUR PAGES.
RESOLUTIONS PASSED Practice Was Ragged. Registration Fals Off.
The 'Varsity's practice yesterday The whole number of students that
By the Unicersitu Senate for Profs. afternoon was very ragged and the had enrolled in the University up to
work of the men was discouraging to last night shows that there has been
T T CooleuWaltr and igh. the coaches. Fumbling was the order a slight falling off this year, as com-
FINE FALSUITINGS H At the meeting of the University of the day and the playing was loose pared with last year, for the same
Senate last night resolutions were to an extreme degree. The 'Varsity length of time after the opening of
adopted regarding Judge Thomas M. succeeded in scoring a touchdown on the first semester. The Dental and
4 E Cooley, Prof. E. L. Walter, and the Scrubs, on a pretty run by Wid- Homeopathic Departments are the
Jas. L. High. Prof. Demmon read man for more than half the length of only ones that show an increase in
the resolutions on Prof. Walter, the field. Hicks did good work at the attendance this year over that of
WE CARRY THE LARGEST T which were chiefly biographical and end making several hard tackles, last.
Dean Hutchins, those on Jas. L. Barabee is doing finely at quarter- The following is a complete table
A STOCK A High. back and will probably be kept at of the number of students enrolled
IN THE CITY. The following are some extracts that position. Michigan is strong in each department for this year and
from the resolutions in honor of behind the line, but her rush-line is last for the same length of time.
Judge Cooley. weak, with the exception of the ends, Third column shows the number of
L-1 L "His work was already great and and it will require the hardest kind students that entered the different
ic the foundation of his lasting fame of coaching to get it in shape for the departments after this time last year.
had been broadly and securely laid big games. Snow tried a place kick
B E WASHINGTON ST. before illlhealth compelled him to near the end of the practice but Literary. . 12 1,242 109'
retire. He had already labored missed it. Engineering.......... 236 265 16
many years and the constant and The men lined up as follows: Medical................. 399 416 28
marvelous activity of his days was vSIsv.scm, s. Law..................682 687 71
W such that measured by its results his Dye....................Hampton Deatac. ..7 7 1
FraPharmacy....r71 7;n, 12t
life had at least double the duration Francs . r. g. Kramer Hommopathic........1i9 57 8
of that of ordinary man. Caley, Allen....... .1. g.......Allen, Hall
.++++++++++++++++++++++++ "He labored in mancfields,andS l .. .r. t. McDonald Total.......... ......2,885 2,956 259
J i i5i ils n White, Wood .1.1..... ...Day Teerslsso eraeo
You May Have had won distinction in each of them. Snow...........re.........Ganshaw These results sl a decase of
+ His work and his fame were not Teetzel. . e...Emerson, Hicks seventy-one students.
Forgotten + local. He belonged not simply to Barabee..........-...............Mohr_
YOUR TOOT iRUSH, + his state and nation, but to the world. Whitcomb.... . h.. ..Vernon Streeb Renninger to Coach.
10055 LACKIG 5i~U5Si, Isis an~l mation but he wol idman... .1. h. Il...aldwin "P Ienicio utroiD-
YouRll3ACK NO+BRUSH, Wherever English jurisprudence Blencoe.......... f......... .Newberry 'Pa' Henninger was out from D-
or YOUR WRISK-BROOM, flourishes, and wherever constitu- troit last Sunday to spend the day
+ -OR- + tional government and the liberty of Warm Contest for President. with Director Bard. He promised
neyo,' hav,e. e i"rni. We the law are cherished there his work There is great strife in the senior to come out about teli days before
timeou Aaylumnttteachae ithe~
*ne thenmdi i ip-t,..dat atyis. is known and his fame abides. law class for the honor of being classi game and hel
onr ine af Duggist's s,,nm.llaiuielwcls frtie esolfieng -head xwipay guardi or tackle
comn1nipiete. s 'Still, however great his work president and aspirants for the office
.for tie Alumiimmm their gmmme xiths
WILDER'S PHARMACY and widespread his fome, the foun- are n''merous. For tie first time ini ,e Alum t rg
33douth state street. +ations of his reputation were laid the history of the department one of arsiy. wIt sil beremem>iere
++++++++++++M+++MM$im time work lie didi in this Univer- the candidates for thme office ma a ,t luI~mger vas emaptain of atlse
-- .- +- . --+ sity. For it was here that his atten- woman, Miss Frank Shaver, who hs 'Varsity elevemin '95 amd played
DON'T FORGET tion was first distinctly attracted to a strong backing and will put up a guard s thie elevem tar time seasomis
the OLD RELIABLE the great subject of constitutional merry fight. Miss Shaver is well if '92, 95, ans 94, and made tie
House. Hot and cold lunches law, and it is by his work in comsti- known in the class and very popular, All-Western Team i '94 and '9.
at all hours. Chocolates and Ice tutionallaw, as an author, as a writer, havingtaken Itlarge interest in all His assistance as coach will be in
Cream Soda Water, Pipes, Cigars and . . gal ame
Tobacco, and full line of Smoking Sup- aind as a judge, that he is most widely class doings and havmg always liber- valuable.
piies. P. E. JOL LY & CO. knownsi andi still be longest remem- ally subseribedl towtard ammy cimass umn- Mr. Halrd reporets thast every indi-
308 So. State Street. bered. dertaking which needed her financial cation points to a most successful
- " - -- In his death the state loses, per- support. As a consequence her sup- game with the Alumni on Oct. 29..
H haps, her most distinguished citizen; porters in the class are many and He is receivimg loyal responses to his
HISTOLOGY, the University has lost one of the they are working hard in her interest. invitations to alumni to be present
BACTERIOLOGY, most honored members of its facul- Other candidates for the office are and a big time is expected. All the
ties; while the Law Department has J. E. Egan of Ohio, A. C. Malloy of fraternities will hold their initiations
IPATHOLOGY. lost time last of its great tounders, Kanisas, E. G. Sosule of Michigan ass time Flriday night befiore the ganme
CHOmLete Y eve stho, shile lie torkei here eas its an s C. V. Wisuee of tie sme state. nid this will be another means of
Complete outfits even to most brilliant ornament; whose name Each man is working hard for the getting a large number of the old
Kn d Scand fame when he could no longer place, but nothing definite can be "grads" back to the game. Several
KnivesandScissors' work, have been to it as a great foretold of the outcome. The elec- of the players will come back early
Our Price is Bottom ttower of strength; and whose mem- tion takes place next Friday. to assist ii the coachmig.
ory and spirit will be to its hereafter
a1most lrecious heritage andi ap '02 Glee Club Organized. Freshmen Are Slo.
CALKINS' PHARlMACY >ta
' ipetua lnspiration." Yesterday afternoon a number of Director Fitzpatrick of the Gyum-
A committee consisting of Presi- members of the freshmen class met nasium told the DAmY yesterday
- --- - - --- dent Angell, Deans Hutchins and at Room 24, University, in answer to that the freshmen were a little slow
Hudson, and Prof. D'Ooge, was ap- the call for examination for Fresh- in registering for their physical ex-
pointed to report on the matter of mmec Glee Club. Only nine positions aminatios. He is very desirous of
holding public memorial services in were filled and another examination completing all the examinations this
ACQUA NTEDhonor of these late professors. will be held next Friday, at 4 p. in., month and every freshman in the
at the same place, when candidates Literary or Engineering Departments
All-American Baseball Team. for the other four positions will be must report at the Gym for his ex-
demttmthvsiuime ektrr wtheikB oheoAiAmscanaseallteam examined. Tenors especially are re- amination before Nov. 1. The hours
up town or down town, we want bto y A teC quested to come up and try. Roland for the examinations are from 2 to 4
gintaaninined with yaa and imite slBarrett.Smlly fth Cl
youascmaks crinatesor s rende-e selected B. A. Smasey eof Chicago, was elected in the afternoon and from 7 to 9 in
ss. We aeBslla maer seohelge Athlete for the season of 1898 is leader of the club and Harry Du. the evening. Classes for regular
ylow prices on second-hand boos for as follows. rant president. A manager will be work have been organized for over a
acleourpeemsen.d aWpmaesngarp Pitcher-Greenway, Yale. elected at the next meeting. week and are getting right down to
anteed. All kinds ofs secondsand Catcher-Kafer, Pinceton. business.
hooksnought and sold. First base-Kelley, Princeton. H. M. Rich, '01 M, is to be the
Second base-Haughton, Harvard. new managing editor of the S. C. A. "Joe" Pingree, ex-'00, is at home
Third base-Lauder, Brown. Bulletin vice A. E. Boynton re- in Detroit sick with typhoid fever.
TWO STORES Shortstop-Camp, Yale. signed. Mr. Rich is a man of much He has been looking after Michigan's
UT n Down Down Right field-Wallace, Yale. experience in newspaper work and sick soldiers at Montauk Point and
Sate St., Opp. Court House Center field-Wear, Yale. will no doubt fill the office very ac- New York. He refused to give up
Su -.fain Street Left field-Rand, Harvard. ceptably. his army work until taken sick.