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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MIICHIGAN DAILY.

Pubished Daily (Sndayecepted drig the
College year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
'letes: The Inlad Pres, tenig Block.
Bth Phnees 147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F. EGELHARD, '01 L.
BIUSINESSO MANAGER.
0. . IItAe, '00 L.
EDITORS.
Athletic Edite, 'T. I. Woooaaw, '00 L..
F. W. Jer, '9, A. n. McDecGALtL, '011B,
F. . EARA, '00; C. 11. Leec '000M,
L3.D.llctteeTT.'01E. J. B. Woc, '00.
Thesubcrptio Ipice ef the DALY ir2.0 oe
the oliec yar witt a reglae dlivey bfoe
nooneaci dy. 'Ntice, coinoicatioc, and
otheeeatter inteded oe poblicaio mat e
haded tc at tle DIoffieceera 8 p. a.,o
maild to te editor becfore 3 p. IIo. 01 the ay
previous to tht ot wichth ley repctd tc
atciltiecermay Ibe lft at thc DtttLe o'c,
Myr', or Stofet'se newtnd, or wit Beinecs
Maero. Soheccebeco wilteconfer afaoerlby
repretirtg promtly at tisteofice ary failrc at
caretert to tdelier Iape.
All change ittdectiieg watter ottbtecint
thc officly 4p. mct.occthe day preiseet tat
cc which they arc to aple.
tN CAE eor'looter ISUE,
JUNtIS B. WcOOt).
Track Team Has Recommenced
Work.
'ritenIt tyng fr te track teatc
hiavittg ad a stort reltxtionl after
thteir eforts it tie ittdor tmeet, are
towe expected to recottttetce regular
traitning. Tiis is especially itprt
ant tocthte weight me101, jtmlpers,
hturdlers, attd distnce runners who
needl Itore practice tanithte men in
oter events. If te present mild
weater contiues utdor work will
begill in a few dlays. The distactee
mhen will be able to do otdor run-
ning as 00011asO the sidewalks dry.
Tfhere is special reason why each tmat
should be attetive to this early
drainlig. Tie 'Varsity mteet will
be held earlier tian nusual tis year.
Besidles tlis the Collegiate nmeets
will be close atd trying. Already
there re offer for three tmeets and
it is alttost certain that tiese will
be accepted.
Legislators Visit.
Gil Friday of next week tie entire
Michigan legislare wiii visit the
University. It is not yet knowt at
just what te ith le day wiii arrive.
However they expect to reach Ann
Arbor late itt the afternloo. If they
do, it will be ittproactial to give
thor n t opportuntity to take tie
usual review of the student body itt
Univerity hal. As a sbtitte for
this, it is noiw the intettion to hold
exercises intthte gymtnasiumtt in the
eveninig. The Atletic Associatiott
dance which was attonnced for tat
evenintg as tierefore bett postpoted
till after vacation.
'Wisconsin Bars Caps and Gowns.
At a meeting of tte setior class at
Wiscotsin, held recetly, the matter
of wearitg cais anti gowns was dis-
cutssed antd decided in the negative.
Wiscotsitt itts ever adopted caps ard
gowns, awti a ttajority of te senior
class lhis year were in favor of the
idea, buttotwing to a belief tiat tie
proposition would prove a faiure, it
was opposerd. The faculty would
show no dispostio to favor the insti-
tution of tie estom, tor would tiey
agree to adopt it atng tettslves,
as the class proposed, and according
ly the matter fell throg.
Edwin MGittnis of the baseball
team, who was 'it intte ey by a
snow bal, is able to e ot.

Athletic Association Election. -
On Saturday, April 8, at 1 p. to,
in Utiversity Hall there ciii be a
mteetintg of te Atitletic Associatito
for thte electionstt of thte fitllocwing
oficers: Pre'sidetnt, vice-presidetnt,
recrd'ittg secretary, treasucrer, fintatn-
cial secretary, five iirectors f'roth ie
Literary Departmtetnt, tcwttdirectocrs
fromttthe Lace Departmnlt, ccne ei-
recttor fromtt tte MedictalIDeptartmtettt,
andi otte directot' fromtthtlelDetntal
H. 1. WE INsTEIN, fees.
Junior Social Postponed.
Ott accountt of the clhatnging of
the date of thte Atitletic Associatistn
dattce, tecessitated by thte exercises
witicit will ite held thttntigitt, tite
Juniotr social htas been postpotned till
Aptril 29). It was thte itntetttiont to
bhave thtis social ott April 28, bttt as
this datte is nta tkenth ie actiont is
ntecessary.
Inth ie intet'-'eparttmettt debating
cotntest for tite clhampiionslhiit of the
'Varsity, Adelphti defeatetd Webster
andh Je lersontait defetated Aldbia Ntt.
'Tce Jeffersotnian Sotciety wont by
mtettts of good teamt work. Thcought
Webster htad gtod oratory, thteir teatt
swork wcsttootr, eacht man111repteating
the argttmtents ttf tis predecessors.
'Te Adetlpiatntd Jeffetsoiatnstocie-
ties wiltiowe debate for thte 'Varsity
chatmpioshlipt.
Mrs. Bertita Kuntz Baker of Netw
York city, cwho is otte of the best
pttblic retaders in thte Uttited States
anti is reading tow in Brooklytt,
Phtiladelpitia attd other eastern cities
'on thte best courses, is to appear be-
fore the Oratorical Association, Thturs-
day, April 13,,ltt Cyrano do Ber.
gerac. She has been wontderfully
successful itt this reading in spite of
the fact titat tite play cwas runntting
aitnost nighttly.
At thte itndoor meet of the George.
tocen University Athtletic Associa-
lion, in Washingtotn, D. C., thec
feature of thte evetting was tite bight
jumupintg of Baxter, of thte University
of Pennsylvania, whlo succeeded in
dointg 6 feet 34 ittebeatintg the
indoor recordl by a qutarter of att
ielt.
Miss E. F. Ktnight, '98; G. F.
Hetfleboweer, '97, whio is attettding
Colutmhia; Miss Hedrick, '89, mtathe-
iatics teachter at Oak Park; and C.
.H. Farrell, '98, teaciitg at Zeelanid
Iare visiting at college.
'00 Girls Notice.
Every '00 girl sltoutld attettd the
l"1receptions' iheld for them at the
Ladieo' Readittg Roomi, Thtursday
and Friday (If thtis creek and Mon-
day, Tttesday attd Wedttesday of
text, fromtt i to 10 a. mt. Please
britng youtr 1rses.
34 ANNA DALEY, Vice-Pres.

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