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VOL. IX, NO. 144.

ANN ARBOR0, MICH., MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1899.

THrEE CENTS

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
6. IL. Day Chosen President at the Elec-
tinSatrdaiy.
The annual election of the Ath-
Will annonce that we have nowC letic Association was held Satrday
receivedl ocr Spring and Sosner and was rather at quiet affair. Not
W ooleirsJOur stocks '7,r the iconi- over t wo-thirss of the membvirs of
ink' season is the Ilarges w have)' ever the associationi were p1511w ndlultheme
shownis cclusand cnineCO , ini wa's little excitement Iheeonly (on-
tewas over the ofhee if recording
both foreign andildoiet igoods, and1(1cretary anss1fosr'tie bIsd ' ir ec-(11
is compolsed oftheeti . ( Ii'a (ici o, there bing two rival01fraernity
every h lint vcsan eobtained We combiiatiois for tese plices
carry the lairget lie of Wolens in For president, XWil D'sy '00 L.
the city We invite yo ill 111(1 and 50asiunaimiiosy electedthere beig
1155ppsiton.J. B Woo(d00 of
iinslpect tieisa. 1El giIll,was thle ony'cadidiate
foice vsriesienit, s werce A B
G. H. W IfLD ( .f ici hli 0,of IEglewosod, for
f~E ina111al11l earetury, and T. H.Wood
rwi'00 L, f AimAioi, fol'
t08 H, . shington St , teasurieri. 'chseere inanlimosloy
ANN AtlOi. lecs1d
1'or' rv'cod ig"serearyA. G.
-.--i ______-- Broiwne '02, sf By City, sas
eected. Thlivfollowing diretos
were cosoen: Liter'r-Wauler Gru-
WV'arranted(Ile 01,Dla UisilssnofChcg;
( ~~L. I.Ivf1t 01 of Elgin, Iii,;Max
Cutlery. Bsbo, 02,Sgm Ciii ot Ihpeimi
ing;Veron Bsh 10,(hi iw ,of
Battle Cres;h1H.K Crfts01, Pii
We have just received a Kappa Pisst Aistiii I1.Ll aw's
line line of High Grade H S.Cssunuuei'er 00 of IToleds;
Rtazors and Knives, fully C H tissii)1 00(11snuv
warranted, and we sell themnn hmpo,'0ofPnic
right too. Se e our window. meic'l--C B Ripey, 0', of
Hilsdle.sIcll Detl'-i°'' Bdsi
u 1 iiii nv Chse,'8lDela SigmaiDvlts, of
~ii~n~iv~ ~ The esste is somse cses was very
____________ ______________closeC-se beiigedefetedi oi diev.
,, ~ tos fion the Liteaiy Depstment by
006H' dUd"" NO ." bt twovoteses aid Cook eng de-
Oiicin thliirestiofliii.cortege yarwefeaedfor deitasdirefor y oiiy
wil seve.luncheis atiallihousi, daysrfive.
't'oFbacco Th ipc.Cg 's od '1ie first oeeting of theies bisarsi
R. E. JOLLY & CO., wiii be held this evenig at the
308 So. St.te Street. trophy room.
__________________________ Practical Wor in Teaching.
* Prsf. Scott's class i Retoric and
Fr s Comsipositioii teuciniig is tsole given
some practical wosrk oil that sbect
as well as tieoetical. Arrangeiieits
Str wb rres have beeni iave by whiici each mem-
bei of the class wil do sose actual
---Al' ~ _____teachinsg i ighi scshisol rhetoric and
-ATTH.-comipositio. Vie Aim Arbor aid
Ypsilanti high schools wifuriisi
Soda Fountain most of the fielv foi' the class,,but
Detroit and other Michigan cities
Today w xiii be iivaded Most of te class
wiiildo their teaching during the
CRUSH 10C. spring vacation and of necessity
Calkins'must be coifined ts an hour or so
Cakn'Pharmacyin practical work, bst whiici ievertie.
- less wilirove of great value tss the
Your Nam e intending teachers.
Egaved onCope Psl'te, Whist Champions.
with i0saiessyiicds, Sue$1.5 In the fial coitest for the chain.
0) crst, esga vd fromurownpai, fo ponshp of the Whist Club Murrel
90 CENS.aid Fisher xoii first place, winning
froii each of the other teams in the
The Best Stock, finals, three in numbier. They have
Tie Latest Styles. therefore been declared the hai-
Ask tosesosnwSatiosery. pins of the club. The other tree
W l i l teams i the fials were: Smith and
andelbaiin, Oversinrith ad Beiste
aiisiElsworth and Russel.
ANN ARBOR Oie E. Brown, 99, is assistant
Up rown Down Town secretary of the Citizens Associa-
Sate S. Opp. Cor si os tio, at Mrqsuette, Mich.

WARMLY RECEIVED.I MINSTREL SHOW TONIGHT

Sousa's Band Welcomed bi a Large
Audience.
The isveis of poular imisic tsres
out iii large nuiibers to le.r Sosas
Banisioii Satursay miht.. Te asdis-i
eince had coise to hear stirring msic
and when they heurs it, they ex-
pressed their appreciation ii a vigor
ous millner. Every iieimber oitie
'program xas loudly applauded ansi
Mr. Sousa was aways very gracious
ill responding to eicorces. Mr.
Prior, Miss Davies ansi Miss loyle.
especially pleasing tiemi. During
the evening the following seectiois
were to encores; Stars aid Stripes
Forever, Only Oie Girl, Put iie sIf
at Buffalo, El Caitan, Georgia
Caiip meeting, ad a medley of
nationsal iirs. ''The Victors'' march
by Louis Elbe '00 receivesi ian
ovatioin, ainsl"'Hot Tiise" with vani-
atisns was played iii response. Te
program llis giveni below.
1Overture, "Paragraph ItI .5 ppe
2 Tromhone Solo, "Love Thoughts"
(new) .....................Pryor
MR. ATiIURPYE.
3 a. Nusette " Carillon de Noel."
(new ................. Sidney Smith
b. Russian Peasant Mazourka
from "The Chratan" (new).. Sousa
. March, "The Victors". Louis Etel
Dedicated to the UT. of . Foot-
al'ITeam of 98.
4 Soprano Solo, " When the Lillies
Are Ded," (.e'')............ S c
)5i55 MAU nuEESEAVIiS.
5 Grand) Scene from Parsifal,
"Knights of the Holy Grai". Wagner
tntermission 10 minutes.
6I dyl, "W~hispering Leaves," (new)
7 a. Srenade, Badine, (new).....
... arie-Mare
b' March, "The Charatan," (new)
S Violin Solo, "Souvenir de Haydn"
aisa DOROTHYvHOLP.F
9 Tarantela from"The Bride Elect,"
(new) .... ...................Sousa
Baseball Games Toda.
Uiiless it rains before 4 o'clock
this afteriioon, the first game of the
Toledo league series wiii be played
today. The lateness of the season
aiid the bad weather last week have
delayed these games so that non' it
will be impossible to play the whoe
series. Under the circumstances the
best that is possible wiii be done and
games xiii be played all tils wieek.
As our team starts on its spring trip
on Friday this xwiii alowe of fosr
games being played. The gaiies
wiii be played at the fair grounds
instead of at the athletic field, whichm
is in bad condition. In these games
the team will be picked for the trip.
As there are so fewe games, the con-
test for positions wil be close and
exciting. Unless a large crowd turns
out the Athletic Association will ose
considerable money. This will be
the only chance to see the boys in
pr'ctice until they rettrn after va-
cation.
John E. Butler, '98, captain of
the baseball team last year in college,
whlo has been teaching history in the
high school at Ishpeming, Mi1n.,
this year, has been promoted to the
principalship of the school.

Burnt Cork Men Will be Greeted b
a Crowded House.
Flus arrangemecnts haune beenm
comliletedI usnd toiight the miniiste
aggregation,ivhich iow iumuubers 8S
pleople, xwihosld forth at the .Athens.
A packedh house is assuresd anithue
reservesd seat charts furn~ishl little cii-
couragemseint to thoise oho have
wvaitesi too long before purchasng.
M)amager Bans said last night: 'I
am pleasedhwivth the way the revivual
of miuuistresy inl AiinuArbor hslobecn
taken sil, aiid froimipresent idica
tionls expect to greet the studet eye
toinorrowv with the secidevi novelty
of a "StandingRoiii Only" sign.
'The }programu wiii contaiin ialads,
''Coon" songs jokes, ec., lunld111
unsallmiy flue ot sf seclaties, the
wholse esocluiding ithi a uricoqume
sin the "J"J flop. In the last prt
wiii appsear the coerie of cake
walkers. 'fle best tasent in the
University has been gotten tsgeher"
andh tie-audince malook for goodh
results.
The entire company has isen ic-
hiearsing daily during the last week
uder the direction of Stage MIaaei'
Ford aind Musical Director Elbel,
ansi great credit is de these g ente-
men for the excellent work the troupe
is doing. r. Fsord wvas connsectedi
ith a pr'ssonilal cmulpniy fr tso
years usmd uappearediniiitie ''Ties
Vagahbonds," given at tie Athuens by
the Elks last fal. Mm. Elhel's
ability is toiel knowim tsmemiuchm
commment. It suffices to say that he
hua mit a fexw excellent colmossitiosl
to his credit, his latest be ing ''The
Victors'' march, amd is tie fotunuate
recipiemt of two dianmondmuiIeds,
won by his wrk sn the pan.
Tie grand street parade xiii take
place this inoon1,ammml ses the
muisddy condituimn of tie streets pre-
vemt, wiii be giveni in full, oherwise
tie sidewalks will be used.
The charts xiii remaini at Hang
sterfers, State street, until 5 i. m.,
for the fexw remaining sets. No
reservesh seats xiii be sold for the
gallery. _________
The Honor Sstem Reected.
Tie freshmmami medical class held a
hot meeting Friday mring which
lasted over two hours, the object of
tie meeting beimg to determine if
tie class wished to dopt the honor
system whlichm is mm vogue xwithuthe
'99 nmedical class. There was great
opposition to the plasm in spite of tie
fact tiat it hid worked well in other
classes. Speeches were madeO by
members of tie faculty, the president
of the senior class and others, nearly
everyone wishing to express their
views.
The question at issue being finaly
put to a vote tie plan was rejected
by a vote of 65 to 24. There was
much feeling about the matter, tie
chief opposition being on the ground
that the plan would necessitate that
each student act as a spy and report
his transgressing classmates which
idea was extremely repulsive to tie
class in general.

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