THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
h a w - This Weel's Facultyj Concert:.
2 f '* Lm ,*Mr. Renwick has prepared tha fol-
nbtrntaaat IDaily (Sundays excepted) daring the lowing progratm for his Organ Recital
College year. at in University Hall on Thursday even-
ing, April 6, st 8 o'clock, (the
~1E NIVESIT OF IOHIAN. second of thte second semester regular
The inland Pres., Henning Stock. faculty series):
Both Phones t4t.
__________________________Fantaeia and Fugue in G itainor..Bach
IMANAGING EDITOR. (a) LeCygne (the swan)....
F+.ENEaLrAaaDo01'0, (bt)IBenediction Napliate... Hollins
'BUSINESS OMANAGERI. (a) Gavotte ................ .Rondo)
a. 11. HtAS, 100 L. (ti) Berceusa. . . Nenville
EDIT~ORS. Sonate No. 3 in U9 minor...Guilmant
AinciaOie, .f. octte 01 Prelude, Adagio Motto, Fuga.
ilecEdior T R WODRW,'WL. (ea) Song withont Words....:Lemmens
'0. v>Joas 5, A.II Mlaaaaa. ~~ (b) Serenade..........Widor
_. r5. faxAN, 'so. c. H. Leao, '00 M. Fantasia in C minor.....Sjogren
+tG. h). OgoNace. 'at E. J. Bt.W'Daa, '00. (a) Rhapsodie No. 1...Saint-Saens
(b) Andantno in D flat ......hauvet
Three Movementa from the Fourth
CMW MOrgan Symphony........Widor
a A5 da0tar(a) Contabile, Adagio, Finale.
TVheaeuhsceiptiopieefatthe DAIL I 2.e o ()Adagio from the Symphony Can
'Wa coliege yeae, wth a eeguar detiveryybhore tt:Aan......Gimn
f co. each day. Natices, ecoaaunications, and tt:Asn.........Gimn
n rt, atter intended foer)tuhtication moat he (b) Pastoral.
taatinit at te~~thehIY fieetefore 8 p. in., ar Marche taontificale........Tomhelle
a0itEa taote editor tetaro 3Cpt. of atthe tay'
ciee: to that ontwthieth they ace expec ted ta LLwEL t . tRENWICKja.
uPbcitior.f ,tay' te loft at the nDALY offiee, ~M
toe, tteOteteta ewatattd, or with inessatY.eM.C. A. Banquet.
anoager. Sahseriheertieattnfra favoitehy
eateet tatttya tirtte n ttr t 'le University M.J* t"'.A. will
Attlchaget itn advertising" oatter muteic in Itold ito third Atnnual Banquttet ont
lttitiicecbh 4Op. ta. an the (lay previaus to thatIruy ,.po iitttea-
ott awhich they ace to appear. Fidyeventing, A trl1 ntepr
-= - --- - lrs oif the Baptist chturch. Several
'ie Uttivrsity auttterities regret taetmters of the faculty atnd lrotti-
thttt t~hey are uttnaleli to invite the tnettbhutittess frott Ann Arhot' will
"cttizetts if Ati Arbor to attetnd the he present and responid to toasto. Al-.
%ecepttiiiti 'f the legislatttre in Uno- so thte state secretary atii the chair-
sci-rity Hatll on Friday text. There man of the state executive cotnmittee,
I' areiv risomtinitthte hall for the hoth of D)etroit trill speak. Mr. Jtts.
'a ties aidthi fle students. It is A. Evatts will act as totasttnaster.
.tb ra _fore ituposoible to tnake ptpvis. Covers will he laid for 141).
tMtORTEtRS AND OtAtNUFACTOUttROFo
CHEMICAL ~ad PHYSICAL APPARATUS.
MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS. Headquarters for att Labsora-
tt2 5. Main Street. Ana Artor, Mich,
itit for the citizetis to attetnd.
lie third attunal meet of the
Michigan Itnter-IHight Schosol Athaletic
Aeaazsciatista will heeIteld etn Regents'
field, May 26 atnd 27, under the
atanagetettt of the Athletic Asso-
rttatioat. The preset taetniers of
the associtatin are Detroit, Lansing,
cJackson, Battle Creek, Grand Rapids,
.A.u Artor, Adrian, Pontiac, Benton
Harhbsr, Bay' City and Orchard Lake.
At first tite tteets wrere told with
the differettttetmbers of the associa-
r.aorn, at Jtacksottitt 1895, at Lantsing
tn 1896, atid at Ann Arhor in 1897.
At. thaeteeeting itt 1897, thte Atitletic
S.ssciatittt of the University of
fMiehigan ad ite proptositionts, which
tinere accepted bty a comttittee op.
Lpinted by the Inter-Higlt School
u ;oluanbian'Organ Recital.
Th'e anoxt of the facutlty concert
cries will he a recittal ott the Colutm.
',hiattotrgatt ittUttiversity fll, ont
Thuiartty tof thtis tweek, April 6, hy
r. Llewsellyna L. Renwick of the
faculty oif thte School of Mtusic. Mr.
Renwick has prepsared a programt of
attractive variety, thtat will show the
'resources oif the great organ. This
recital is a uttiqute feature of the
faca.tity concert series, attd will he of
spial interest for that reasotn as wvell
as because of tite rare oppotrtunity
Abe public has of htearitng thte Colutm-
A Nety Medical Societyj.
A "Local acatdemy of nmedicitte tas
literary atid sticial hettefit. cThte first
Aeps itt organtiztttiott were taken a
fewvnights agot at Dr. Darling's
--nffices. A cotmmittee consisting of
.hrs. Spitzley, Breakey and Blair was
then appointed ttt take the necessary
teasures for taskitng the society per-
mnaent. It is proposed to htave fort-
aIngbtly tmeetings, at which papers by
'other professional men may he lis-
tened to, or addresses by outside med.
ical) aen, and papers by members of
An Alumnus Wounded at Manila.
It is reported thtat itt a recent etn-
gagemtent First Lieut. Jantes P. Cots-
grove, of Contpatty D., of thte First
Nebraska was slightly wouttded in
the abdottetn. Cosgrove graduated
in the Law Department of the Uni-
versity tharee or fotar yearn ago. He
was quite a boxer anti was well-
known in athaletic circles.
Spring Football Practice,
Sprintg fototball practice haas been
delayed ont account of thte weather,
but now the weather is favorable,
thte ground is begintning to dry, atad
it is desirable thtat all taen get outt
wrho are able to dososi. This is a
general invitation. We tave a stilt
schedule next fall anad it neeilsman
and a lot of thtem, so all tatrna out
and give us the benefit of your
strength. A. C. STECKLE, Capt.
Spring Vacation Railroad Rates.
On April 13, 14 and 15, thte Ann
Arbor Railroad will sell round trip
tickets limited to return April 25 to
students presetnting protper certificate
froat Mr. Wade's office. Thaese
tickets twill be sold to St. Louis, Mo.,
Quintcy, Ill., Keokulk, Iowa, Peoria,
Ill., Cairto, Ill., Louisville, Ky., Cin-
cintnati, 0., Pittsburg, Pa., Btuffalo,I
N. Y. ad intermediate points. Also
to points ontthle' D. S. S. & A. B. R.
itn the Upper Pentinsula.
E. S. GILMORE, Agt.
Tepuritag t oe %.
ARE WOMEN' ON MEN'S
The Newest All Kinds $ f
Fashions One Price "~I
Stock wilt be in our Ann Arbor Storey'about March 1 at.
110 EAST HURON STREET.
N s Best Chain Wheel, - $35.
C RESCE T Bevel Geared Chainless, $60.
There is no better whteel mnade at anoy price. Ask Crescett riders
if this is not so. Make yottr selection now on a Crescent.
M, STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
i ~119 West Watshingtonl Street.
FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 7',
CHAS. E. BLANEY'S
A HIRED GIRL.
Fuunnaiest oft'Thr ee Coamedies.
A COMPANY OF 25 PEOPLE.
Prices, 25, 50 and 75 Cemts.
GRANGE~R'S SCHOOL OF DANCING.
$5.00 per Term of 12 Weeks.
PROGRAMME PARTY EACH SATURDAY EVENING.
Private Leasons by Appointment.- Bell 'Phone 246.
lIt is the knowlege of feet
Footography atnd the art of fitting theta
with footwear. Cotme itt and
" see hoer well are know our
Our Bcsi ness. business--hoaw well we prac-
RFIPILL'S SHiOE STORE, Ann.A ,orgto St