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April 26, 1899 - Image 1

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VOL. IX, No. 1.50.



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bU. f.VV1LV U U.
Will annuence that we have n(ow
received our Spring and Summer
Woolens. Oar stock for the ineom-
log sea son is tihe largest we have ever
shlownl, is exclulsive and ninlfled, ill
hoih foreignanl~d domestic gssds, and
is comoseoe(f tile hest fahrics in
every line tihat canl be obtainled. We
carry tile largest line (If Woolens in
the city. We inlvite otol I call and
inspect the same.
G. H. WI LD CO.,
lOS E. Washtingtoji St,
We have just received a
fine line of High Grade
Rfazors and Knives, fulliy
warrated, and we seil thtein
rigiht too. Sc e our windowe.
Don ~Dan ad dNight.
DuingI the1 rest h ole lge year we
wil srv luchs t ll (hours, day or
nilt. Fall lneof Pipes, Cigars, and
R. E. JOLLY & CO.,
308 So. State Street.
Soda Fountain
Calkins' Pharmacy
Your Name
Engraved05 onCplate 1,
wth 1lO0latest tyle .crdsfor 1-50I~
100 crs, engraved fr0(1your01o11 111te, for
The Best Stock,
The Latest Styles.
Ask tomsee rent Stationery.

Will Play Under the Auspices oi
the Athletic Association.
Lieut. Doas Godfrey, haind mlaster
to tile Quen, wit is i British Gards
Bad is tourilng tie Unitedl States on
his war to Australia. Te were
in~dued~ to stop over here on their
tray froml Jackson to Detroit and
will give at concert illUliversity
Hall Saturday afternoon, fromn 1 to
3. The sal price of amiissiol is
$1 ht Saurday's cocert hsbanel
reduced to 50 cents. Tie fnl con-
cert is guaralnteed. The and has an
internaltionlal repuatioll ad has ee
wel received throghout tis con-
try. It has non eaney favorable
commlents for its playing of Sousa's
mlarches aned many critics claimltiat
it renders teml as well or htter
tihan thte composer himself. T he
Illinlois game has beell postponed
un~til 3:15 ill order to give amlple
tilne tn hear tie concert.
Columbian Organ Recital.
Frederic Arcier, nlow of Putts-
butrg, Pa., sil give a recital 011tie
Frieze Mmorill Orgal illUliver-
sity Hal, 011 Thursday evening,
April 27. Tiis recital wiii e the
fiftil concert of tie Corll Uiol
Series. Sr. ArchelIan on illOx
fold, Enlgalnd. Tie first part ofiis
life ws ~ spen01t inl ills natve contry,
whierelite egan hisinprofessional
career as church orgnind11(1coir
masertoer 15ly beramle 01(no11na
concert orgnlist. Ill 181 ihe visitel
thte United States, and a cope of
years ater deciedi to sette ihere,
since0whicihlltitelie ihas hbeelcted
ill Nete Ylrk, Boto, Milwakee,
Clicatgo, 1111d 11010is ill Pittsurg,
whiere he is tie city organist, illtie
mustlicalls0010100 provied for that
commntllity y tie munillficence of
Alndrewe Clregie. Mr. Arcier ranks
amlon~gst tile foremIlost of livng
organlists. His ciief characteristic
are great tecnlical aility, a careful
ohservance of tie comploser's inler
mleaulilg, andli a regr for tie lpr-
dutction of eitimla to fetsi h
interpiretaltiont ofi orciestrli works.
He is, mlorover, tallaccomlished~
orcihestrali 11111coraliconductnd111
it pins of the highet mlerit.
Athletic Part.
Tile second athitic dace of tie
year will e given net Friday eve.
in~g. T110 eventtpromlise tl e a
comlete sncces ill every way. It
wil be strictly informlal, and tie
hoard deires it io ekown tiat tie
dance will not be a full dress alir.
Tile patronesses wil be SMedame~s
Alngel, Pattengll, McLaugli,
Knlowlton, Hutclils, Vauga, M-
Murrici, Prentiss, Morris. Tie U.
of M. Band lill1 furnishl te music.
The dancing will begin at 8:30
o'clock. Tickes can e purlased
frsm any meeber of the oard or at
the door for $1 per couple.
Harvard has canceled her game
with 'Wisconsin, scheduled for Oct.
21, and has taken 011 Brown in her
place. The reason given by her
manager was simply tat it ws more
to her advantage to play Brown.

Btting Acerages.
Thle followilg are tie attilg aver-
ages made by tite team on tie sprig
trip. Tile averages are cml~piledl
from thte fotr colege games playei
011 thte trill and do not inlud~t~e tie
ttvo gatmes playedl witi tie Milwau-
kee Westernl Leageue tam. The
list is made tup oly(f till' 110n1w(11
playedlill every gane
Sullivanl............ ........401l
Lunnt.,...,..... ....... 41 ............ .411'
Wnolf.................... ...3571
Scnos.. .. .. . .. .. ..........338
Mavies ...................2504
avies ................... ..250;
Fleoller ......................335
Tile team was given hard, 001-
sistent practice yestrday anld is get-
tintg into good siape for tie game
Saturdaey witi tie strong Illino~is
aggregation. Mattioon is playig
sholrt, Wolf being unale to play ol
account of a split filger receivelill
tile second Wisconsill gale. Sil-
cial attentionl is being paid to the
battilng, this being Micigan's weak-
est point in the games played so far.
A scrnb gamewliiibe payed Tutr-
daly afternlon betwven two 11in1s
1111110t(1p)of 11en11tryinlg for ipacs 011
0110 of the hardet galmeo of teo
series wiii e played net Saturday
whienlltill)teamn goons upIagist hll-
ots. Te latter teamlI has bron l ay
inlg remallrkaily strong b1a11 agaist
tile Bloomlinlgton lprfesinIal tam~
and last Saturday deeatedl Cicago
4 to 2. Takinlg tie recrsn of tie
Weternl college tamslo 5 far Mici-
gait a1(1 Ilinlois halve tie txohst
teamls and lfromlll 111idicatioln aer
very evenly mlatched.
Seasoll tickets, god for eigit
1111110gam~les, 11111l be placed 0on tte
at tile gam~le Saturday, price 2.
Onlyatltic, lOasocitioiAllmeber
maiy pulrchlase tiese ticoet. They
will he glood for admlittance to1 any (f
tile 1101110gamles, 001110txeeivntl
Athietic Committees.
At tile lt meeOtig of tie Atil.
letc Board tie following comm~littees
were appointedl for 1110 ensuing year:
Football-Verdier, chairlman; Wood-
roxw, Tell t, Crafts, Day; Baseball--
El'llous, chairnman: Lancasire,
Gradle, Browvn, Thomlpsoll;'Track-
M2elilop, chairmlal; Wood, Brook-
field, Groesbeck, Barber; Tennis-
Riegelmlal, cairmlan; Collllagr,
Ripley, Case, Barber. Iterecbo
unsti--Groesbeck, calirman; Wood,
Prof. Clarence G. Taylor, super.
intendent of the sops of tie
mechlanical laboratory, handed in hils
resignation whiich was accepted by
the Board of IRegents yesterday. He
has" been in poor health for some
time, cased by overwork and axi
ety. His resignation wllii give him
time to rest up. What his fture
plans may be he has not yet decided.
Season Tickets for Baseball
Gnames Now on Sale. 8 Gaines
for $52.00. Tickets admit to Ill-
inois game.

A Strong List oil Soloists Secured
for This Year.
file Joeurnal for tie SMly feival
1111 110011i00su01 and lcolies are Ibeig
freely distributed. 011till force ame
found tile followling celebrted artiss-
Sopranos, Mmett. Smbtieih, Miss
Sarta AndersonSMiss Annl 1 liller.
contraltols, Sitss Joepine~ll Jaoby,
George IHalinMrS.eClaren1c'Sir-
ley; baritones, Mr.Soy1111Sies an,
Sig. Cilllpanale hIas silr.yretr
W. Whitney, Jr; panit, Mis'
ElsonV Gr1ave. 1110eliten for tille
con~certs are as flttvlow: Turday,
SMay 11, 8 p.in.;ll:FridaySay 12
3 p.u.; Friday S p m.;Sattrday,
May 13, 2:30 pin.; Satulday, 7:30,
p. Il.
We are noe pleased to notoe ta'
tite Journlli repctfulliy reluests
tite ladies tol remol~ve their hats at tie
concerts. T1ickets for tie live colt-
certs $3.00. Single adml~issinl 1
Semnbrich con~cert $2.00. leerve0
seats, 25c extrae for eacl cocert
Informlatiolt concerninlg sats nay be-
otbtainledlby taddresing ITo~a C.
Coburn 325 Maynard St., Anne
Under the Auspices oil the Eni-
eering Societq.
'Te lecture withuWiteutr B. >11)10
wiii deliver before the Engineering
Society onl Saturday eveig is re-
plete xithe iformalltiont (f value tll
tihe entgineeor 1111 of iterst to tto
casuatlioberver f mod)Iernl tmecai~i
cal appliantces. The diferet types
of fatts oemployedi for the proulctiot
of draft xwil be illttrated and1 le-
scrib~ed an1111tie practical appljiatios
of tite 'forced'' an1d1"indued,
ner. 'The printcipal fctors of stamn
boiler eficiency xwil be Iiislussec
unlder thte three folloxing 11ads:
1. 'Toelprim~ary cost of tie etir
platt and1 titefixed cltttrges teeon.
2. '1110 quan~tittive effiieeylot
thte plant as a mteano of butrnig, the
futel sulppliedl ad~ trasferrinog it
lteat to titexater evaporated.
3. 'The opratinlg expttses, ilucdm-
itg tite fuel.
Te lecttreowiiil110 illtrtedtt iby'
aboul~t 50 lantern slies whlic ilxii
addi greattly to ito insttuctive value.
It wil110 giveln ite ecttre roomt
in tile Phlyscal Laiboaatlry at A,
o'clock Saturday evening, Aril 21
A Gft to the Uniersett.
A lady inl Detroit 1w111 xisles ier
name to remlainl unlknownl has lre-
setiedltile University nitle $10,0001
to hobetested tentil it wittoter
gifts amoun01t to $35,000. Tie
eoney is to he used to endow a chain'
to he occupied by someewomlal o
ackneowledged ability. No liemit was
placedonl11wviat thee chair slal be
excepting that it shall not be te
teaching of athletics.
Toda's Games.
Wisconsin at Chicago.
Lehigh at Princeton.
Fort Wayne at Notre Dame.
Cornell at Lafayette.

U~p raw.
Ste St.

Down Tow,
Opp. Court House

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