THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
2/ H NIEST O IHGA7AL
Published Daily (Snday excepted) dring the
College year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
'99FsoE: Te Iled Pess, Henning Blck.
F. ENEHARDx, 'c1 L.
. H. HAa, 'as L.
Athletic Editr, P. W. JxE, 'I,
T B. WooaRO,'aa L. A. H. MeflaOUAL,'O E
G. D. HeoNToc. 'a1 . J. B. WO, 'c,
. L. Nuana. ', C. D. COL, '99,
L. J.EacaTamOeRY,'c, W. D.HIlCEY, 'ca M,
A. G. BOW, 'c2.
The subcipton price at the Done is $2.0 fra
the college year with a regtlr deliery eore
nonetch day. Nticecommucaioin, and
ther rmattee intended Ice publicaiormust hr
hooded in cc the DItYrof dc c efoe 8 p. n., cr
mailed to the editr beore 3 p. to' of the day
preioo tatonowhicb teyorepected tc
'bcaripticne ay be left at thc DALedotfe,
Meycrs ra a edt ew aewlcd, or with Bsines
Eanage. Sbcribers will canfre a acr by
reportng prmpty at ti llca any faiure of
carrtier to deivere pae.
Alabhangescia adeertiincmatteccust be in
teoafiea by d . rt. n the day reviourteto that
an which thev ar tacea.
JUNIUS B. WOOD.
Will be the PrVarsit's Opponents
TPhe HamlitonllClubt of Cicago.a.
teamatctmiptsed of forimer clleg
ilayersciilleet the lhotae team lthis
aftecinoon t 3:30.' The Hamilo
teatm is a strolng aggregatio, at Cata
be tac bitsiblisttof layers. Joces,
thec star catciher on the Uliversity ot'
Chocago '063 tem,cwiii cat, band
Henry Ciarke, the Miciiganl cac,
wiii pitch. Field, it formrer Crnel
captan, cilipiay first, Adknsonl
anotlaer Clhicago mcac, cii play sc-
ondr Gordcn Clarke, f Cicago,
siort, and Browcn, aother of Stagg's
men, tlird Tie cat fael cil Ie
iiade 0u9 of Cook, a Braonmal,
right, Wilbr of Coluotabit, center,
nd Brownl of Chicago, left. They
lhbva played togetiher a great deal this
season, atid plt tul a strong gamae, es-
pecially at the btick.
The 'Varsity wiii be crippled by
tioe absence of Snow and Flsher.
The finter had a figer nail tornc off
ira practice yesterday, ccii in all prob-c
ability ciii be ot of todays game.
Fleshier's shoulder is still le as the
effect of being hit by ai pitched ball.
The lione-tprf the honme team has
not yet been defiitely decided upon,
but Miller ciii probably iitl.
Illinois i having hard lck on its
preseot trip. After losing here the
teamricent to Notre Dane, where
they received a severe drubbing to
tioe tone of 15 to 0. Tihe Catholics
pounrded Lundgreni for a total of fif-
teen hitis, cwhile Illioilate eight
There are tcwenty patients ill Aim
Arbor waitig to be accomiindated
in the Uiniverity hospial, and tcety
more applications frocmiot of townc.
Botlh this atd the homteipathic hspital
wiii be kept open during the summer.
Miss Nuta A. AWilber, 198, alo
has been attendinig the Bostont School
of Oratory this year, is ni towlltatn
A Great Task.
Prof. Henmpisi editorial critic in
the twvo departments of Pronuncia-
tion and Germanic Philology of a
ne edition f Worcester's dictionary
which is nowa eing prepared for
publication. This wiii be a large
dictionary of about the saie size as
the Century. Its preparation aa
been going ono for several yearn and
it will probably be several more be-
fore it is finished. The position
wviicih Prof. Hemp holds, both re-
quires a tiiorongh knowtledge of sub-
ject, and takes act immiense amount oh
time to read proof. The pronuncia-
tion of every word and the derivation
of eacih of the large iumber which
are of Tentocic origin musct be care-
fully gone over. 'ihis prsition is a
testiormoy to Prof. Hemp's excel
lance, for it practically recognizes
limn as the formost authority in tie
country in these departmtents of
Tihe anacual electiona of a secretry
and tao cmembers of tie executive
cmmittee of the Graduate Club cwiii
be held next 'Tuesday afternoon, May
16, at 4 o'clock, icr Roomn 4, Tappani
Hall. This is the first eletioin uder
the new cnstitutiont and full attend-
ance of the members is desired.
J. E. CHUCHo, Jr., Pres.
Lafayette Young, 1900, and Ver-
non Bush, 1900, ciii start ocr a trip
through Europe about June 15.
Tire folloinacg is the class ched-
'99 lacy vs '01 et, Saturday,
8:30, May 13.
Pliaramacs vs. itratep, Saturday
10:30, Mttay 13.
A. A. H. S. vs. '02 nedics, Wer-
nesday 4:10, May 17.
'01 lacv vs. 100 lacw, Tihursday 4:10,
'99 lit vs '00 lit, Friday 4:10,
'01 lit vs. '02 lit, Satumray 8:30,
New Stae 'Phone 397
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