THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
4 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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d Lita Caucus. Notice of Election.
The fits. miet yesterday afternoon The annual meeting of the Sto.
t and nominated candislates for the S. dents' Lecture Association will be
IfL. A. Lafayette Young '00 was held at 10 a. in., Saturday, April
nomiinated fosr president and Jas. A. 29, in the various departments as
Evans, '00 for corresosidinig secre- provided by the constitution. Elec-
'b tary. A committee was then ap. tors will be chosen for the election of
'pointed to name the candidates of! officers for the ensuling year. The ap-
the caucus for electors aind namued portionment of electors ini the various
the foslloswing: E. S. Csrssin, C. B. departments is as follows: Literary'
Hurrey, F. D. Eaman, H. H. Cor- 10, Law 7, Medical 2, Dental L.
win, L. J. French, S. W. Utley, Such other business will be traip.
11. D. Ayers, 1. T. Raab, R. C. sacted as miay properly come before
Woodworths. It is unsderstood that the association. Lits meet in Room
these men are to bseesipported ao C, University Hall, Laws in law
the caucus noisnsees. lecture rooms and Meudics amid Dents
Notable features of Outings for May in usual places.
include a trout fishing story, "The Dam J. S. LATHRnSs, President.
Leapers," by Win. A. Whitney; "Plovers
and Plover Shooting, by Ed. W. Sandys; FOR SALE-Edlison Mimeographs
"The Challenge of the Shamrock," by A. for sale cheap. Nos. 1; nearly news.
_ J. Kenealy; "Angling -for Eastern
Trout," by Mary Trowbridge Townsend; Call or address, J. F. 0., 716 Union
"Golfing 'Round the Hub," hy Geo. H. Tfrust Bide., Detroit, Mich.
Sargent; 'Five Weeks Awheel in _______
France," by Sidney Cross, and "About ThWoe'Leiuewlgvea
Fly-Casting," by Geo. H. Goodwin. TeWmnsLau ilgv l
Many fine illustratios embellish a moat entertainment followed by a dance at
readable and seasonable number. thse'Women's Gyminasium on Satiir-
day eveniing, April 29, at 8 o'clock.
The essaye for the Newv England All members of the League are
Free Trade League prize competition cordially invited.
roust be handesd to Prof. H. C. ________
Adams by Monday evening, May L. LOST-A $20 bill. Finder please
Prograum party at Granger' s Satur_ return to J. R. Frew, 306 North
day eveniing. State St~, and receive reward.
'01 Basseball Men,. vise Ass Achesrt. it. will rell excession
tickets tee the isllowing meetings a t e fie
0 baealteam wllpractice teheedep
'01aebllUnl miversity etfStichiganseaical Festival, Asns
daily at the Fair grounds at 4 p. ms. Aeboe, Such. Tickets siteelseStay i0, ii, 12
and 13.lRetuen liauitay L15.
except Satuirday. On Saturday at InternatonalCosnvention Y. 3t. C. A. atfNNorth
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oil (eveings) N. care DAILY. National nopist Anniversese, Sass Frasacisco,,
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