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VOL. IX, No. 161. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, MAY 9, 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.
0611 DaU alld NighK.
uing the rest of the colege yea we
willsetrve lunches at sit hourse day o
'ight. Full li' of Pipes, Cigars, and
Tobacco.
R. E. JOLLY & CO.
308 So. State Street.
IFresh
Strawberries
-AT THE-
Soda Fountain
Today
CRUSH 10o.
Calkins' Pharmacy i
Your Name
Engravtd us Osppe Plt,
with t00lattst stylcaeds, fo$4I150
100 cards, engraved from your own plate, for
90 CENTS.
The Best Stock,
The Latest Styles.
Ask to see our new Stationery
WAH 'S
ANN ARBOR
Up rown Dwn Town
Stte St. Opp.Cort House
vain St

ATHLETIC MATTERS.
Coach Clark has come to the con-
clusion that if some of the men on
the team do not begin to bat pretty
soon Michigan's chances for the
Western Championship will go a-
ghmmering. Accordingly for two
long hours yesterday afternoon the
men were kept busy at batting
practice. Pitcher after pitcher was
worn out and Clark himself took his
turn in the box About six o'clock
the team was given a few minutes of
fast fielding practice and the result
was that the players were pretty well
fagged out when the coach called
a halt. Matteson's shoulder is very
lame yet and it is doubtful if he can
play Wednesday when the team goes
up against Illinois. Yale and Mc-
Gargle are showing up well in pitch-
ing for batting practice and are re-
ceiving good training for next season.
Thursday of this week the 'Varsity
meets the Columbian Giants, former.
ly the Page Fence Giants. They are
a colored team and play a remark-
ably. fast and snappy game. They
have defeated some of the strongest
semi-professional teams in the country.
The players are big fellows with a
great reputation for hitting the ball.
The schedule of class games has
not been made out, but in all proba-
bility will begin on Saturday of this
week. The following classes have
entered teams: '99, '00, '01 and '02
lit.; '99 and '00 l.; '02 m. and '02 d.
The homeops will enter a department
teami accordimg to the permission of
the Athletic Board and the pharmics
have sent in a petition to the board
asking that they be allowed a de-
partment team also.
Next Friday is the annual 'Varsity
field day and the management are
making every effort to make it a'
success in all ways. The relay races
are to be a feature. Each of the
college sororities will be represented
by one of the teams and the winning
one will recieve a banner. Much
interest is being taket by the soror-
ities and an enthusiastic meet is as-
sured. The admission will be 25 cents.
Manager Baird has arranged for the
following football games next fall:
Western Reserve, Oct. 7; Case, Nov.
18; Kalamazoo, Nov. 25. All these
games are to be played at Ann Arbor.

Zeta Psi Memoriam.
The Zeta Psi fraternity has issued
a memoriam on the death of F. L.
Browne, one of the members of the
fraternity. The following are ex.
tracts:
"Frederick Lewis Browne was
born Feb. 24. 1878, at Bay City,
Michigan. His childhood and early
youth were spent in attendance on
the public schools of his native town,
where he graduated from the High
School in June, 1895, entering the
University of Michigan with the
class of 1899.
''He was initiated a member of
the Xi Chapter of the Zeta Psi Fra-
ternity December 21, 1898.
''At the time of his death, his col-
lege course was within six weeks of
its completion. Throughout he had
been a most diligent worker, holding
a position always in the front ranks
of his fellow-students. Beloved by
his teachers and classmates alike, he
had attained a popularity which is
most fully attested by the sorrow and
sympathy everywhere expressed for
his untimely death. During his
college career he held the following
honors: Chairman Freshman Mu-
sical Committee; member Freshman
Glee Club; member Sophomore Cane
Committee; member Sophomore
Social Committee; member Recep-
tion Committee of Junior Hop; man-
ager Junior Football Team; member
Engineers' Glee Club, Sophomore
and Junior years; chairman Com-
mittee on Senior Football Reception.
"Cut off in the very prime of his
strong young manhood, just as he
was about to take his place in the
world, by an accident whose shock-
ing suddenness struck sorrow to the
hearts of all, his death can only be
accounted for as a decree of an all-
wise Providence beyond the ken of
mortal man.
"The Xi Chapter of the Zeta Psi
Fraternity herewith wishes to express
to the family of their deceased
brother their heartfelt sympathy in
this bereavement, a bereavement that
can only be compensated by trust in
God and the hope of the life to
come."
W. A. CoNSTOCK,
H. M. SEDGwICK,
W. S. PENFIELD,
Committee.
Festical Wrinkle.
The Festival number of Wrinkle
appears today. The number is an

SEMBRICH
WILL NOT SING.
Illness Precents the Star From Sing-
ing in Ann Arbor.
The officials of the Cnoral Union
received a telegram yesterday noon
from Geo. W. Stewart, Manager for
Sembrich and the Boston Festival
Orchestra, stating that Mme. Sem-
brich would not be able to sing at
the Festival on account of illness.
She has been sick a number of
times this year and consequently un.
able to fill several engagements, nota-
bly the one for the benefit of Maurice
Grau, Manager of the Metropolitan
Opera Company. Prof. Kelsey and
the other officials of the Choral
Union are bending every effort to
secure a worthy substitute, and
assurance can be given that an artist
of international reputation will be
found.
Gun Club Shoot.
The Gun Club held a very en-
thusiastic shoot at its grounds on
South State street, last Saturday
morning. Quite a number of specta-
tors were present and 15 members
took part in the shoot. The best
score was made by Morton who broke
20 out of 25.
The club held abusiness meeting and
at the close of the shoot elected Paul
Oliver, '99, captain for the ensuing
season and T. R. Woodrow secretary.
It was also decided to charge an
annual fee of $1, the proceeds of
which assessment are to be used for
paying the rent of the grounds. The
club will hold meetings every Satur-
day .norning from 9 to 12. Any
student in the University may be-
come a member upon payment of the
fee of $1. A meet is being arranged
with the Ypsilanti Gun Club Team
which will take place on the home
grounds sometime this month.
The score was as follows:
BROKE. LOST.
Soule..........................14...................11
Collins........................16.................. 9
Whittlesey..................14...................11
Woodrow..........12. .13
Hicks........................15...................10
Cooley ................. 16............ 9
Wilder.....................6 ...19
Seabury......................13...................12
Morton ................20.......5
Collu m.................14...........11
Flansburg...................17.......^........ 8
Peck.........................4. .21
Carter .......................8. .17
Oliver, Capt. 17.......... 8
Fireer...................15...........10
Zeta Psi to Hace a New Chapter
House.
The Zeta Psi fraternity has com-
pleted arrangements for the erection
of a new house on the sight of the
present house on South State street.
The Hon. Ben. T. Cable, '76, has
agreed to advance the money for the
construction of the house, and Mr.
John Eisenmann, of Cleveland, arch-
itect, has completed the plans. It is
expected that the house will be com-
pleted this year.
Miss Mildred Hinsdale, teacher in
the Detroit high school, is the guest
of her parents, Prof. and Mrs. B. A.
Hinsdale, of Washtenaw Ave.

Manager Riegelmann anounces unusually good one in every feature
that the tennis courts are ready for except the center-page. Ihe drawing
play and are in fine shape. All of the "Favorite," Dean H. B.
tennis candidates should come out at Hutchins, is finely executed by J. A.
once as the tournament begins a Bardin. The editorials are of the
week from next Friday. kind that have made Wrinkle popu-
lar, and show a marked superiority to
Memorial Committee. those of preceding numbers.
There will be a meeting of the The cartoons all have a point and
memorial committee of the senior are well drawn.
literary class this afternoon at 4 Two, by Pitkin, deserve especial
o'clock in room 9, University Hall. mention. One on the first page pre-
A. H. MCMILLAN, Chairman. sents an olive-crowned philosopher
smoking cigarettes, sitting at a liquor-
There will be a mass meeting of laden stand, labelled in Greek letters,
women in University hall on May 15, " The Restaurant Tuttle." The other
when a cablegram will be sent to An- is a take-off on " When the Sleeper
drew D. White, minister, indorsing 'Wakes." The number has several
the Czar's disarmament project. bright selections of verse.

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