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VOL. IX, No. 146. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1899. THREE CENTS

G. H. WILD CO.
Will announce that we have now
received our Spring and Summer
Woolens. Our stock for the incom-
ing season is the largest we have ever
shown, is exclusive and confined, in
both foreign and domestic goods, and
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.
G. H. WILD CO.,
108 E. Washington St ,
ANN ARBOR.
Warranted
Cutlery.
We have just received a
fine line of High Grade
Razors and Knives, fully
warranted, and we sell them
right too. See our window.
0p0 Dau andMO .iht
During the rest of the college year we
will sere lnches tt ol heu rsdayn
night. Full line of Pipe,,Cieuc, and
Tobacco.
R. E. JOLLY & CO..
308 So. State Street.
Strawbrries
- AT THE--
SodaFountain
Today
CR USH 10c.
Calkins' Pharmacy in
Your Name.
Egaed n Cppee Plte,$15
wi 100lat stsye ecarldo$1.50
100 cards, engraved from your own plate, for
90 CENTS.
The Best Stock,
The Latest Styles.
Ask to see our new Stationery.
WAHRS
ANN ARBOR

ROOSEVELT DAY. not pretty sure you can not put into
effect.
The Unicersitq Unites in Welcoming "If you say you are going to do
the Soldier---Statesman. something you cannot do or have no
G .Ro vdaAn serious intention of doing, the effect
Gov. roosevet arrive at an will be bad upon yourself. You will
Arbor yesterday Sorning at 7:45 and be lying to yourself. Don't promise
from that tu e on theUniversity the impossible. Don't put the stand-
hung upon his heels where'er le ard so high that you cannot live up
went. He was greeted at the station to it. Make up your mind what you
by a lusty U. of M. yell. From can do and then do a little better.''
thence lee proceeded to the residence A reception was held for the
of President Angel where was entter- soldier-statesman in the gymnasium
taiened. He was to stay at Prof. at 4 oclock, which was largely at-
Demnmos's, hut owing to the illness tended, and the speaker of the day
of Mrs. Demmnon the plan was resumed his journey homeward at 5
changed. A crowded house awaited o'clock.
the great soldier in University Hall
at 11 o'clock. He was greeted with Spring Football Practice.
tussultous applause. He made a During the fine days of last week
plain off-hand speech, but with a and since the ground has dried out,
vitour and earnestness that won the the football men have been taking
aulience at once. The substance of their usual spring practice. Every
his address follows: afternoon until vacation, from 3 until
'I am glad of the opportunity of 6 o'clock, the men will practice on
talking to any body of graduates and the campus west of the gymnasiusi.
undergraduates of a great university. The value of this work cannot be
I feel that so much of the future of overestimated, though it may seem
the country depends upon people profitless coming so far from the
just like you, upon whom the heavy football season. It is especially val-
burden of responsibility rests. I uable to new men and they should
have a double interest in speaking to appreciate this fact. In the spring
university men. they are enabled to receive much
I have long been the advocate of more coaching than they would re-
the gentle sport of football. One of ceive in the fall when the candidates
the things-that please me is the way are so numerous. The fewer the
athletes show how they can turn candidates, the greater the time and
their training to account. attention which can be given to each
The thing I liked about all the one. The men also get practice and
college men in the regiment was that gale skill in punting, running with
they asked no favors because they the ball, catching, quickness of eye,
were college men. I only learned and playing their positions in general.
they were college msen by accident in No defensive work, such as tackling,
many cases. They went in to do is done, as the men are not hardened
their duty, even in the roughest way, for it. Offensive work only is prac-
as well as anybody else. The atti- ticed. The practice is more of a
tude these men took in the war is the drill in the theory of the game than
attitude I hope to see you take in in rough and tumble, as it is played.
civil life. The work is light and every man
'I am going to preach a little now. who wishes to learn about the game,
I have small respect for the man who even if he does not care to play it,
wants to get through life with little should avail himself of this oppor-
trouble-that wants to have things tunity.
made soft and easy for him." Oratorical Election.
I expect much in two ways. First, The Oratorical Association will
in the direction of common honesty, meet today in Newberry Hall, at 4
and, second, in the direction of com- p. u:, to decide on the legality of
mon sense. the last election. The University
After a good many years of expe- authorities refused to give Room C,
rience, I do not know which man to so Newberry Hall was secured. Evi-
regard with the most dread-the demce regarding the election will be
machine politician or the fool re- submitted, and the association will
former. But we have got to have be asked to declare it illegal.
an organization in politics or we can-
not accomplish anything. Philological Societtj.
I hope you will go into political The next regular meeting, Thurs-
life and hold office. To all such I day evening, April 13, 1899, at 7:30
have two bits of advice to give: o'clock, sharp, Room E, University
1. Live up to what you say. Hall. A paper on "The Roman
Don't say anything before election Campaign in Germany, 213 A. D."
you do not mean. will be given by Mr. Charles R.
2. Don't say anything you are Morey. J. R. EFFINGER, Sec'y.
Casper Whitneq's Football Team.
The following table shows the number of men from the different Col-
leges who have been given places on Harper's Weekly All-America football
teams since 1889:

'Varsity Again Defeats Toledo.
The second game in the series with
the Toledo interstate league team
came off yesterday and the 'varsity
was again victorious by the score of
8 to 3. The grounds were in much
better condition and a much better
article of ball resulted. All the men
were given a show and the contest
for several positions was exceedingly
close. The advantage of indoor
batting practice was very evident,
the 'varsity making 11 hits. Mc-
Ginnis and Matteson batted in their
old time form and McGinnis' three
bagger was a feature of the game.
''Kig" Ler showed Toledo that he
was still in the game even if his arm
was a bit sore and held them to two
hits in four innings. MGarge suc-
ceeded Lehr and pitched a good
article of ball. The score:
Innings....1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-n. e. E
Michigan.......6 0 0 0 0 0 1 1*-8 11 2
Toledo..........000000300-3 73
Yesterday's ball games resulted as
follows:
Illinois 6, Bloomington 3.
New York 8, Columbia 0.
Northwestern 28, North Division
High School 2.
Unicersityj Y. M. C. A. Ofieers.
At the annual meeting of the
University Y. M. C. A. last Friday
evening the following officers were
elected: President, I. T. Raab;
vice-president, H. A. Vaideman;
corresponding secretary, Fulton
Thompson; recording secretary, C.
C. Clark; treasurer, H. E. Wester-
dale.
I. J. McCreary was chosen gener-
al secretary for the ensuing year to
succeed H. W. Rose. The constitu-
tion was amended to provide for an
advisory committee consisting of 10
men from faculty, alumni and busi-
ness men.
The banquet following the busi-
ness meeting was a success in every
way.
A Fire in Chemical Lab.
Yesterday afternoon a number of
students left fires under crucibles
while they went to the Roosevelt
lecture. While they were gone the
building caught on fire. The fire
was quickly extinguished and out-
side of a little scorching of the wood
and the explosion of a few chemicals
no harm was done.
Athletic Dance Committees.
The following committees have
been appointed for the Athletic
Association dance, to be given on
April 29 at the Waterman Gymna-
sium: Arrangements, 'Riegelman,
chairman; Verdier, Barber; Recep-
tion, Woodrow, chairman; Bush,
Melhop; Gradle.
The '01, baseball men had a meet-
ing yesterday of all candidates, pre-
paratory to beginning practice. Quite
a number of new men turned out
and the prospects for a good team
are bright.
All track men are requested to
come out to Regents Field today
for practice.
C.F. MEHLHOP, Manager.

'89 '90 '91 '92 '93
Yale.......................3 3 5 3 3
Princeton.............5 3 3 2 5
Harvard.................3 5 2 5 3
Pennsylvania ...............0 0 ]11 0
Cornell ....:............5 0 0 0 0
Michigan..............0 0 0 0 0
West Point..............0 0 0 0 0

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94 '95 96 97 98 T

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30
29
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