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April 11, 1899 - Image 1

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VOL. IX, No. 145.



Will announce that we have now
received our Spring and Summer
Woolens. Our stock for the inconl-
ing season is the largest we have ever
shows, is exelusive and confined, in
both foreign and domestic goods, andl
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.
108 E. Washinsgtom St,
We have just received a
fine line of High Grade
Razors and Knives, fully
warranted, and we sell them
right too. See our window.
on Dau and NR.
Du ring the rest of the college year we
will serve lunches at all hours, day or
night. Full line of Pipes, Cigars, and
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
-A'lT HE--
Soda Fountain
CRUSH 10c.
Calkins' Pharmacy]
Your Name
Egraed o ope lthe,
w 100( latst sye ards, for$ I.5 0
100 earde, engraved from your own plate, for
The Best Stock,
The Latest Styles.
Ask to see our new Stationery.

U. of M. Minstrels Play to Stand-
ing Room Only.
College minstrelsy scored a tre-
mendous success in Ann Arbor last
night. Early yesterday morning
every seat in the lower house was
sold and last night a rush was made
by galleryites for tickets that almost
tore the box office away. Before the
curtain went up, standing room any-
where in the house was at a premium
and the company had the pleasure of
playing to the largest house seen in
the city sice the appearance of
Booth and Barrett.
Graduate Manager Baird, Capt.
Steckle, Coach Ferbert, Caley and
McLain occupied one box and cor-
respondents of Detroit and Chicago
papers the other.
The troupe did itself proud, and
round after round of applause
showed that the audience took swell
to the program.
An exceeding misfortune came to
Richardson during the horizontal
bar work. After doing the giant
swing Mr. Richardson, leaving the
bar, missed the mat and fell to the
floor, breaking his arm.
A surprise of the evening was
found in the appearance of popular
Pete Wager, who cracked jokes
from one end under an assumed name
and sang "I Guess I'll Have to Tele-
graph My Baby."
'Taken all in all, the performance
was the best of its kind ever seen ina
Ann Arbor, and the work of Musical
Director Elbel was especially fine.
The hits of the evening were "Who
Dat Say Chicken In Dis Crowd?' by
McKee; Johnsing's Symphony Or-
clestra, hy elght Nu Sigma Nus men;
parody on "Up Against the Real
Thing Now,b hy J. J. Crowley; imi~
tations by Cohen and sydalch and
Mr. Motter in his solo.
TIhe program moved olf smoothly
and contained the following numbers:
Interlocutor--Mr. Bliss; Bones-
Ferris, Crowley, McKee; Tamos-
Herdman, Gardner, Wager.
Opening Chorus..."The Vctora"'March
By Louis Elbel. Dedicaed to U. of
M. '98 Football Team.
"Why Don't You Get a Lady of Your
Own?".................Mr. Herdman
"Sag Again that Sweet Refrain,"
..............Mr. Crowley
"Liza Skinner,"..............Mr. Ferris
"Because,"....................Mr. Bliss
"Who Dat Say Chicken in Dr e
Crowd ?"................Mr. McKee
"Goodnight............Mr. Wetmore
with the Glee Club. Words by C.
Fred Gauss. Music by Louis
"I Guess Ill have to Telegraph My
Baby" ...................Mr. Pell
"Darktown is Out Tonight...
...............M r. Gardner
Arranged from the "Fortune Teller."
Mr. Dillon, monologue, "Is Co-Educa-
tion Justifiable?"
Johnsing's Darktown Symphony Or-
Cohen and Rydalch, in their inimit-
able specialties, imitations, and whist-
Mr. Motter, Baritone Solo --"' Die
Beiden Grenadiere."
Richardson, winner of '98 Senate
Trophy Cup, and Beymer, captain Prince-
ton '98 athletic team, in their marvelous
acrobatic feats.
Here will appear "The Yellow Kid,"
Mr. Widman.

The Amphion Sextette, Mr. Parsons, ROOSEVELT TODAY.
Mr. Fenton, Mr. Davis, Mr. Steinbaur,
Mr. Schatzel, Mr. Hartman, in their
rendition of the popular two-step, Comes Direct From Beinq Feted
"Trumbull Club."
PART THRE--TiEc "J" .aoP.
Dramatis Persom. Gov. Roosevelt arrives here at
Si Mossback, the farmer.----------. - 7:45 oclock this morning le
.........-.... .. M r. Geo. E. Bliss
Reuben Mossback, his son, known comes direct from Chcago on a ri-
at college as "Hot Stuff"......... vate car. Since leaving New York
........... . Mr. J. J. Crowley a few days ago, he has been a very
Brnum Hailey, manager of the busy man. Yesterday morning he
passing show-......Mr. Jas. Pell addressed the stiaets at the Uii-
Sig. Tarantulino Serpentino, the
"Human Snake".. Mr. E. K. Herdman versity of Chicago. Later ii the
Huey Johnson, Jr., buck and wing day lie visited the Uion League
dancer.............Mr. R. F. McCoy Club, the Quadrangle Club, the
Mile. Co-Ediski Parkerswiski, pre- Harvard alumni, lunched with the
miere danseuse.....Mr. '1'. J. Marshall
Herr Professor dePont, with his Little Hasilton Cub, and was one of the
German Band concluding with the speakers at the Appomatox day ban-
Souvenir programs were distrib. Arter the banquet he comes to
uted. Tihe performance concluded Ann Arbor, where he will be the
promptly at 10:45, and the ainstrel guest of the University of Michigan.
show is now an assured annual affair. He will return to Albany tomorrow.
The company may be held together Ie will be escorted up to the cam-
after vacation and with faculty per- pus by his aduirers. At 11 o'clock
mission, play at Detroit, Chicago, he speaks in Uiversity Hall to the
Toledo and Jackson. students. Afterwards he will be
-----__-_ __ entertained by Prof. De.usmou, whose
Outdoor Track Work. son-in-aws l has been visitisg in
Yesterday all the long distance Chicago. At 4 o'clock a large re-
runners and walkers were out at the ception will be given to huim u the
Athletic Field for the first time. The gymnasium, to which everybody is
track is being rolled every day and invited. During his speechiu lithe
in a short tise will be in fine shape. morning and the reception ic the
Vhe much-needed lockers have been afternoon all exercises will be sus-
put ii the dressing rooms, making pended. The crowd will accompany
them very convenient. Wednesday ha from the gymnasium direct to
Fitzpatrick issues a call for all track the train, which he takes at 4:50
men. Fvery runner, jumper, Kurd- o'clock.
ler, bicycle man, vaulter and weight Oratorical Election Protested.
massin college is expected to come
out to the field where the season's A large number of members have
work will begin. Mr. Fitzpatrick is decided to protest the last election
very desirous of having a large at- and accordingly have issues a call
tendance as the success of a track for an extra meeting to be held
team depends much on the early Wednesday afternoon, in Room C,
begising. All candiates will be University hall, at 4 p. m. iThe
expected to follow the usual custom call is signed by representative msei
and remain here to train during from both Literary and Law Depart-
vacation. muents and is issued according to
Let every man in college that has Section one, Article XI of the Con-
ever done anything in track athletics stitation. Memhers from bt de-
e present amdopen the season ael.- partments have expressed a willing-
At least 150 men ought to be out. ness to testify that the election was
illegal, numerous cases of ballot box
A Nesw Medical Work. stuffing having come under their ob-
The first conprehensive text-book servatiou. The tits, who are lead-
on the subject of pharmacology will ing in the demand for a new election,
be published shortly by Lea Brothers assert that they are not protesting
of Philadelphia. It is the work of because they are sore over defeat,
Prof. Arthur R. Cushny of the but because they wish to see a fair
Medical Department of the Univer- election. It is hoped that all mem-
sity, and embodies original research hers (law as well as lit.) who are
upon which the author has been en- anxious to see honest elections in the
gaged for some time past. It also University will come out to the
containsa comprehensive treatment meeting Wednesday and be one of a
of the literature of the subject. The majority to declare the last election
work has been so arranged as to be illegal and to demand a just election.
of value to medical students, the The greatest precautions will be
practitioner, and the biologist. made against fraud and if the laws
Although a subject of the first ian- win fairly, all lovers of good govern-
portance, pharmacology has recieved iment in the University will be satis-
due recognition only within recent fled.
years. In this country the first in- Senior Medics Trip.
stitution in it was the University of The senior medical class lassre-
Michigan. ceived an invitation from Parke,
An Abnormal Heart. Davis & Co., to visit their works at
Detroit. The firm will pay all ex-
The largest heart ever obtained at penses. The class will also visit the
this University was found today at insane asylum at Pontiac sometime in
the post mortem before the senior the near future.
class. The heart was enormously
hypertrophied weighing about a Abraham L. Osgood, '98; is now
pound and a half, and had the ap- principal of the grammar school at
pearance of a double organ. Pittsfield, N. H.

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