THE UNIVERlITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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theilolleg6 year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
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J. F. TuoxAs, '00 L.
o. H. BANs,'00 L.
EL, 1. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEIsMER, '93 L T, R. WOODROw, '98
F. ENGELHARn,'9. F. D. EAMAN, '00
G. D. IUDNUT, '00 . S. DANFORTH, '98
P. W. JONEs, '99. C. H. LUND, '00 M.
A. H. MCDOUGALL, '01 E..
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Whist Club Banquet.
As a happy ending to a very success-
ful season the U. of M. Whist Club is
planning to give a big banquet on or
about May 5th. The club has been a
success from the start. Although at
first the knowledge of the game pos-
sessed by the members was rather lim-
ited, the standard of play has risen un-
til visitors from other clubs have de-
clared the U. of M. club second to none
will be sold for $2.50, on sale tomorrow
It will be seen that the schedule is
one of the best which has ever been ar-
ranged for a Michigan team. The 'Var-
sity will have a crack at every one of
the teams which defeated her on the
trip. Much credit is due Manager
Kieth for his efforts in securing such
an excellent schedule.
The Detroit Journal is responsible for
the statement that Charles Baird has
been appointed graduate director of
athletics at the University of Michigan,
and that he is to take his place at the
head of the Athletic Association of the
University next September, at the be-
ginning of the schooi year. The ap-
pointment of Mr. Baird is a recognition
of his efficient services in handling
athletic events at Ann Arbor, when he
was a student in the class of '95.11e
was five years a director and secretary
of the Students' Athletic Association
while in school, and in the years of
'93, '94 and '95 was football manager.
The three years of his management of
the football team were the most suc-
cessful years in the records of football
at Ann Arbor. He will have the power
of deciding the policies to be pursued
in each branch, the selection of coaches
and trainers, and the making of sched-
uses for games.
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The club now proposes to give a big
banquet, at which, besides the men-
bers of the home club, members of out-
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Base Bail Schedule.
The schedule for the remainder of the
season is as follows:
April 27, Olivet; April 30, Northwest-
ern; May 3. Chicago; May 7, Ilinois;
May 11, Chicago; May 14, Dixon; May
16, De Pauw; May 19, at Chicago; May
21, at Illinois; May 23, Kalamazoo; May
26, Beloit; ,May 28, at Chicago; May 30,
open; June 2, open; June 4, Northwest-
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cago at Detroit; June 15, at Cornell.
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