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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
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Athletic Editor, P. W. JoNEs, '99,
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With this issue the DAILY sus-
pends publication until Tuesday,
Olympian Games in 1900.
The DAILY wishes to call atten-
tion to the following letter:
ANN ARBOR, April 14, 1899.
Editor U. of M. Daily,
SIR-I enclose to you for publica-
tion in the DAILY a letter from Prof.
George E. Fellows, of the Univer-
sity of Chicago, concerning the
Olympian games which are to be
celebrated in Paris in 1900. A post-
er in French, giving a fuller account
of what is to be done, can be seen
in the trophy room in the gymnasium.
I am sure it will interest the student
community to know that the net pro-
ceeds of the reception to Gov. Roose-
velt amounted to $555.15. This
sum has been turned over to the
Athletic Association and will enable
the baseball team to start on its
Western trip without having to bor-
Very respectfully yours,
A. H. PATTENGILL.
"Baron Pierre de Coubertin, whose
interest in athletics caused the revi-
val of the Olympian games and who
had charge of them in Athens in
1896, will also have the management
in Paris in 1900. While I was vis-
iting him last summer he fully out-
lined to me the program and said
that as the American athletes made
such a creditable showing in Athens
he hoped that a very large number
would come from many different
American institutions in 1900. He
also made the request that I should
present the matter to the institutions
of the Middle West. I take this
method of calling the attention of
students to the games. Large post.
ers have been sent and will be placed
where all interested may see them."
GEORGE E. FELLOWS,
Univ. of Chicago, March, 1899.
I wish to extend the thanks of the
U. of M. Band to the management
of the minstrel show for its liberal
treatment and the benefit fund of
$150. E. P. DEPONT, Mngr.
Prof. Drake Abroad.
Asst.-Prof. Drake of the Latin
Department will leave Saturday for
Greifswald, Germany, to be gone un-
til next October. While in Germany
Prof. Drake will devote himself to
the study of Roman law and history.
During his absence his classes will be
taken by Prof. Rolfe and Mr. Church.
The Comedy Club will give "A
Night Off" at the Empire Theater,
Detroit, next Monday night, for the
beaefit of a charitable institaltiol.
Te members have been working
hard and deserve to score even
greater success than they did in their
Dr. W. J. Herdman, of the U. of
M. will speak on "Science and
Christianity," at 12 in. Sunday in
the parlors of the Presbyterian
Ch urch. All are cordially invited.
LOsT-Ill the Athens Theatre,
Monday night, April 10, a paar of
gold rimmed glasses. Finder please
return to Mrs. L. A. Strauss, 714 E.
University Ave. and receive reward.
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