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VOL. VIII. No. 159. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1898 PRICE-3 CENTS.

At Wild's
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our..-- -
Suitings, Trouserings,
Top-Coats.
NO, 108 E. WASHINGTON ST, NEAR MAIN
Palmer's Pharmacy
.----.IS NOW-----
Wilder's Pharmacy
The store is undergoing a
thorougih renovation, and
the stock is being sorted

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tions a specialty.
Geo. P. Wilder.

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TODAY'S GAME. Senator Ingalls, of Kansas. Those on Summary of Students For 1897-98
delivery are: Judge Wood, of Indian-
apols; Judge Baker, of Indianapolis, The following statistics regarding
First of Our Series With Chicago and a third gentleman whose name has University of Michigan students are
This Afternoon. not yet been announced. from advanced sheets of the Calendar.
Mr. Ferdinand W. Peck, the donor of The Calendar itself will be issued about
This afternoon Michigan meets Chi- the Peck testimonial of $100 and $50 re- the first of May.
cago, her foremost rival in natters ath- spectively, will preside at the contest. DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE,
letic, in the first of a series of five SCIENCE AND THE ARTS.
games, and the usual hard fought con- May Festival Handbook. Holder of Fellowship...
test may be expected. Chicagohas Th prgrResident Graduates. ..... 70
The official program for the May Fes- Candidates for an advanced de-
thus far this season played only two tival, prepared by Professor Stanley, of gree enrolled in other depart-
opposed- the University, is to be a valuable Graduates . i. .3b i
Northwestern and Beloit, defeating handbook for the concerts. Its 48 pages Undergraduates:
Candidates for a Degree....1093
both, Northwestern 10 to 3 and Beloit contain the complete libretta of the Students notrCandidates for a-
4 to 3. Michigan defeated Northwest- "Flying Dutchman" and of Verdi Degree-........ .... . Sod
.Flin 7Dttchmandand of Veadd was bea64
ecu 7 to 2 and1StSo 4, and woo beaten "Manzoni Requiem;" the latter in both 1333
ty Beloit 5 to 2. These scores show that Latin and English. Analyses of all the DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING.
the two teams are most evenly matched principal worko performed at the Fes-
and as each has a percentage of 1000 tial will be given, illustrated by their Undergraduates s27
in the Western Intercollegiate League 7usical themes. Among these are the
race today the game is an important motifs of Professor 2Stanley's Sym- D77
one. phonic poem to be performed for the SURGEY.
The Maroon team left Chicago yes- fit time at the Festi. This pro-SURGERY.
terday afternoon and spent last night Resident Graduates...4
eoutcngcsgram-book contains also portraits of all Fourth Year Students ... 77
the soloists of the Festival, and of the Third Year Students.... 03
this morning. They took light practice mkSecond Year tdents.. .313
wratJcsnerytilomn.cotmposers whote ssorks they perform, First Tear Students. .. 33
namely, Wagner, Verdi, Tsc'aikowski, *Students enrolled in other depart-
Michigan's work yesterday afternoon -ients of the University:
was all that could be desired, and the First Year Students in Medicine 16
players will enter the game in good Few Turn Out. ..-
437

PIPE SALEI
FOR THE NEXT WEEK.
Just received a fresh supply of Allegretti, and
Williams and Werners Chocolates. Largest line
la the city.
Lunches at all hours.
R. B. JOLLY & CO.
308 South State Street.
There is
No disapointment in our
Soda ater. There is
plenty of coldness and
satisfaction. Have you
noticed that even on cool
days, people often have
to wait their turn? They
don't do that at any other
f,)ultai.. Our soda
water is right.

condition. Following yell masters have
been appointed and the cheering will
be systematic: A. L. C. Atkinson, Ralph
Page, Sig. Loeb, James Pell, Ferris
Stevens, S. Neal, Bill Day, P. W.
Jones, S. Stein. These will come early
and meet 'Ur. Atkinson at the gate.
The teams will line up as follows:
IMichgan Chicago
Lunn. '...--catcher.----..--..Gardner
Miller...-..- ----..pitcher.-............--..Smith
Condons-------------st base---.----Kennedy
Cooley-------------2d base .----.--.......Clarke,
Gilbert ash stoprt - ernon
W~of----------dbase- .-----Merrifield
Matteson------left field.------Suthard
McGinnis.---- middle- ersehberger
Butler---..----..-right field .---Sawyer
Game will be called promptly at 4
o'clock.
League Oratorical Contest.
I m o o a t, ,,,, ,,, a e ,

The response to Pres. Weinstein's
call for a meeting of the Athletic Asso-
ciation was not of an encouraging na-
ture. The call was made that steps!
could be taken toward suppressing the
personal remarks to and about visiting
players, which were noticable in last
Saturday's game. About fifteen were
present, but as the number was entire-
ly too small for the purpose the object
of the meeting was defeated. Those
who did go, however, were urged to
help suppress this objectionable kir- of
rooting, and all expressed themselves
as being in hearty sympathy with the
movement.
Class Base Ball.

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oLThecighthunualconueutin sue The meeting of class baseball manag-
Northern Oratorical League will be held
I era and captains, wvhich was to be held
next Friday evening, May 6, at Evan- last evening, was postponed until next
CA NS' PHARMACYr the auspices of North- Monday, probably at 5 o'cloc .All
western Unversity. The contestig class managers ard captains are re-
colleges will be represented as follows: quested to be present at that time as
A No-rthwestern by,'Mr. Nesmith, who will the schedule will be arranged and other
speak with "Maceo" as his subject; important matters taken up.
Iowa State University by Mr. Wiliams,
whose subject we do not know; Wis- Our Bicycle Men.
cnsin by Mr. Fox, subject also un- .Michigan promises to be well repre-
known; Oberlin by Mr. A. D. Long, on sented in the bicycle department of the
A good Base Ball and Bat is just the subject, "Under the Throne of the track team this year. Eight candidates
the thing to develope your Czars"; Chicago by Mr. C. V. Norton, report for practice evry afternoon at the
fair ground track, which is in very good
muscles, condition. Bush, of last year's team,
ar in Politics"; Michigan by Mr. Charles is sick at his home in Battle Creek, and
We have every varity from c Simons, who will use his "John Brown." will not be able to ride, but York and
to $1.25. The only time that Michigan lost the Turner are out for practice and are
Sportig Goods of alt kinds, league contest was aix years ago at showing up very well. Baldwin, of De-
troit, who carried off most of the prizes
Base Ball Suits made toord Evanston, whenNorthestern was the i last year's inter-scholastic meet, Is
winner. The Evanston people are anx- another likely man. The candidates are
Prices are right. ions to repeat their performance, and being trained by 'Harry B. Marsh,
the contest promises to be a very In- ex-'99, who is also getting in trim for
teresting one. his season's racing.
W A1.rR'S, OOD K STORE The judges on thought and compost- icbigan va. Oicago at Regnta'
Up Town Down Town tion are: Chancellor McLean;; of Ne- tield, Tueaday at 4 o'cl1ock. Admis-
S. State t. Opposite otBouse ; k,
4Anhs-r. ai t. Il'braslca; Prof., Baker, of Macyard. and piQD, 'Q~o ent.

DEPARTMENT OF LAW.
Resident Graduates .... 4
Third Year Students ......... 213
Second Year Students ..... 244
First Year Students . .. .. . 251
Special Students .. .31
*Students enrolled in other depart-
ments of the University .........22
763
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY.
Resident Graduates .... 5
Undergraduates:
Candidates for a Degree. .64
Students not Candidates for a De-
gree....... 10
79
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL COL-
LEGE.
Resident Graduates .... .... 2
Fourth Year Students.,..........., 8
Third Year Students ...........,, 1 0
Second Year Students.... 3
First Year Students ............ 26
iStudenta enrolled in the Depart-
ment of Literature Science and
the Arts ........................ 2
61
COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY.
Resident Graduates .............. 4
Seniors .. ,......... . ... . 55
Juniors ...........,................... 74
Freshm en .........................., 90
223
Total in all Departments ........ 3175
Deduct for names counted more
than once ............,........... 61
Total, exclusive of Summer
Schools ........................ 3114
SUMMER SCHOOLS OF 1897.
In Department of Literature, Sci-
ence and the Arts ............. 185
In Department of Law .,.......... 40
223
Deduct for students enrolled in
1897-8 in some department of the
University ....................... 116
109
Total, exclusive of Summer
School . ......- .---- ...--.. . 3114
Grand total ...................... 3223
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