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May 18, 1899 - Image 1

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VOL. IX, No. 169.



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.
108 E. Washingtom St ,
We have recently fitted up
a commodious photographic
dark room, complete with
trays, lights, etc., and offer
its use to the public free of
charge. Anything needed
in the line of supplies, or
chemicals we would be
pleased to furnish.
OUn Dau ail N u.
During the rest of the college year we
will sere lueecesot allahosrs, day or
right. Fuil linesor Pipes, Cigars, ad
R. E. JOLLY & CO..
308 So. State Street.
Green Slides...........40c gross
5No.1 covers......85c oz.
I No. 2, sq. covers......55c oz.
Boxes for 100 slides....30c
We will Meet Any Price.
Calkins' Pharmacy .
You can't do it without a
Neither can you play a winning
game of TENNIS without a
Our Stock is complete and
or prices are right.

Candidates fior Next Year's Annual
During this week and next the
board to edit next year's Michigan-
ensian will be elected. As a result
of the union perfected two years ago
this board consists of 12 members.
Previous to that time three senior
annuals were published, tile Castlian
by the independent lits, the Palla-
dium by the literary fraternities, and
the Res Gestae by the laws. After
several years ineffectual attempts the
three were finally consolidated into
one, to be published in the interests
of all the seniors in the University.
Accordig to the scheme of consoli-
dation the senior lits, laws, and lit.
fraternity members were each to
have four members on the board.
The managing editor, assistant man-
aging editor and business manager
were to rotate in regular order fromc
one to the other of these classes.
The junior literary class meets this
afternoon at 4:45 in room C to elect
its members. They have the man-
aging editor next year and there
seems to be a special scarcity of
capable men who are willing to ac-
cept the position. I. A. Campbell,
F. D. Eaman, and E. S. Corwin are
favorably mentioned for the position,
but are not, however, avowed candi.
dates. From present indications
Thomas M. Marshall, ofthis year's
Inlander and prominent in Univer.
sity literary circles, seems to have
the best chances for the plum. Can-
didates mentioned for the other
places on the board are I. T. Raab,
E. M. Beebe, F. Diehl, M. L. Kauff-
man, A. Lowenhaupt, John Prentiss,
and C. B. Morrill.
The laws have not manifested
.nuch interest in the election because
they have only the assistant manag.
ing editor. But the fight promises
to become warm for their places on
the board, before the election is held.
Among the candidates spoken of are
the following, some of whom are
making an active canvass:-R. B.
Thayer, D. T. Jones, A. Al. Cloud,
J. F. Haskett, Chas. Haggard and
C. L. Converse. No candidates have
yet been announced by the frater.
nity men, and it remains yet to be
seen who will aspire to the honors.
Mine. Sembrich tas in Columbus.
The U. OF M. DAILY, has taken
pains to investigate the Detroit Jour-
nal pipe story about Madame Sem.
brich not having appeared in Colum-
bus at all and that she acted in bad
faith with the people here in break-
lug her contract on a pretended plea
of illness. The response received
from Columbus was:
"In regard to Madame Sembrich,
her appearance here was of short
duration, as her first number was
interrupted several tiues by her
coughing, and, after she had finished,
the manager announced that she was
unable to appear again. Some peo-
ple thought the lady was angered on
account of the lightness of the house
and so would not appear again."
Chicago plays Minnesota today on
Marshall Field,

TheL Line o Marchf or the Parae
in Honor of Co. A.
The committee for the reception of
the home-coming soldier boys held a
meeting, and in the absence of Mayor
Luick, Dr. A. C. Nichols was made
The entertainment committee re-
ported that the W. R. C. will fur-
nish a bacquet for the soldiers on next
Moncday night.
The medal committee reported that
they had received two designs fromc
Mr. Arnold and were waiting for Mr.
Haller to submit his. It is probable
that the medals will not be given out
to the boys for a month yet, owingg
to the time necessary to get them
properly engraved.
J. E. Beal reported that the an-
nual game between the University
faculty and the high school faculty,
which would be played next week,
would be for the benefit of the
armory, and the proposition was
accepted with thanks. Last year
the gate receipts amounted to about
Upon motion, Mr. Hangsterfer was
allowed the necessary expenses for
putting up a large "Welcome" sign
across Main street.
It cannot now be said definitely
when Co. A will arrive, but a offi.
cial announcement can be made ic
tomorrows paper. It is altogether
probable that they will arrive over
the Ann Arbor road, and the follow-
ing line of march was decided upon.
Ann Arbor depot.
North on Ashley st. to Liberty st.
East on Liberty to Division.
South on Division to Jefferson
East on Jefferson tie State.
North on State to Huron.
West on Huron to Fifth.
South on Fifth to Washington.
West on Washington to Fourth.
South on Fourth to William.
West on William to Main.
North on Main to Huron.
Around Court House square.
To Armory.
(If the company should happen to ar-
rive via Michigan Central, the line of
march will extend south on Division to
Jefferson, east on Jefferson to State,
and proceed according to the above.)
The law firm of Wollman & Woll-
man, of Kansas City has been
changed to Wollman, Soloman, &
Cooper. The senior member of the
firm is Henry Wollman, '78 l. His
brother Benjamin F. Wollman, also
a member of the firm, is of the law
class of '94.
Pedagogical Societc.
There will be a meeting,of the Ped-
agogical Society, 'in Tappan Hall,
next Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The feature of the meeting will be ac
paper by Prof. Hempl, on "The
Teaching of the Modern Language."
Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Lombard sail
for England, Tuesday, May 30th,
where they expect to spend the sum-
The Psi Us defeated the Delta
Sigma Deltas last evening by a score
of 9 to 0.
The name of W. H. Witt has
been added to the list of the '00 l

The team left for Champaign
yesterday morning and arrived there
last night. Lehr will probably occupy
the box ic today's game, which will
begin at about4:00p. cc. 'he DALY
will post the returns from the game
by innigs in Sheehan's wiidow. 'fhe
first returns will come in about 5:00
p. c., and a full accuount, with tabu-
later score, will appear ic the DcicY
of the day followicg each game.
The track team els been hindered
somewhat in practice this week on
account of the bad weather, but all
the men with the exception of Capt.
McLean, are in good shape. McLean
has a cold and is feeling generally
bad, but will doubtless round into
form by Saturday. The team leaves
for Milwaukee Friuay at 9:10 a. c.,
via the Michigan Central. Twcnty-
two men will be taken, besides Mana-
ger Mehlihop and Trainer Fitzpatrick.
The list of men to be taken will not
be made public until this evening.
The pharmies and homeops played
a seven inning game at the athletic
field yesterday. The ph racs had in
easy time of it, winning 16 to 2. The
batteries were Steenmuan and Bennett
for the pharmacs and Schultz and
Nichols for the homeops. The game
was slow and devoid of interesting
features. Mohr umpired.
The High Schools failed to show
up a full team at the Fair Grounds
yesterday, and, in conseqence, for-
feited to the '02 medics, 9 to 0.
Manager Baird left for Milwaukee
last night to complete arrangements
for the Michigan. Wiscosin dual
track and field meet to be held there
Saturday. There was some trouble
over the field where the meet is to
take place, it having been recently
blacklisted by the L. A. W., but
a speial sanction has been obtained
from Chairman Gerlach, and these
unpleasant complications have been
Wisconsin Team will Not Disband.
Coach Husting of the University
of Wisconsin baseball team gave
a statement out yesterday deny-
ing the rumor that the team will
suit of the abandonment of the game
with Illinois day before yesterday.
The team will play out its schedule.
Mr. Husting says, There are games
scheduled with Michigan, Illinois,
Nebraska and Beloit.
Gun Club Scores.
The following scores were made at
the Gun Club shoot yesterday after-
Oliver........................... 16
Wineman .....................10
Norton........ ............... 14
Carter ..............................8
This was with a 25-bird shoot.
A black cap with a red 1H" over
two crossed gavels will hereafter be
awarded to men who represent ar-
vard in the Yale or Princeton de-

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