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VOL. VIII. No. 163.



At Wild'
Spring selections just arrived
from the East. Call and
inspect our ..... .
Suitings, Trouserings,
Palmer's Pharmacy
----IS NOW-- ~--
Wilder's Pharmacy
The store is undergoing a
thoronah renovation, and
the stock is being sorted
and increased. Precsrip-
tions a specialty.
Geo. P. Wilder.
Just received a fresh supply of Allegretti, and
Williamsand Werners Chocolates. Larest line
ii the city.
Lunches at all hours.
t08 South State Street.
There is'
No disappointmet 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
filulitai . Our soda
water is right.

MICHIGAN WINS. T.he Etiquette of Recommendations
The following instructions have been
Simons Won the Northern Ora- handed the Daily by a prominent mem-
torical League Contest. ber of the faculty relating to teachers'
Special telegram.-Michigan won an- I1 Do not insist upon a particular kiio
other victory last night when Charles of recommendation.
Ttecommendattions are of twvo kinds:
Simons was awarded first honor in the
First, open recommendations, addressed
Northern Oratorical League contest. "to whom is may concern," and handed
The other representatives finished in to the applicant to use as he may see
the following order: Northwestern, tit; second, private recommendations,
second; Oberlin, third; Iowa, fourth; which are personal letters sent under
Chicago, fifth: Wisonoit, sixth. seal directly to the superintendent or
other school officer. Some instructors
Mr. Simons went beyond all of his
prefer to give one kind, some prefer to
previous efforts. He held the audience give the other. These preferences
in perfect attention and when he had should be respected.
finished, there was no doubt as to the 2. In the case of a private recom-
verdict. The contest as a whole is con- furnish an envelope,
stamped and properly directed.
sidered the best ever held.te
The address on the envelope should
Whist Club Banquets. be correct in all respects, especially as
rcgardo the title of the isersisi ad-
The first annual banquet of the U. of
dressed, the initials and the speliing of
M. Whist club occurred Friday evening
his name. (The names and titles of al
and was a huge success. About 75 were
Mirchigan superintendents and prin. ...
present, including 28' outside players
pals can be found in the Michigan
fronm Deroit, Toledo, Jackson and Ypsi-
Trachers' Directory.) If the applicant
lanti. Among this number wec~e Tracy duet not write a
dosntwieagood hand, lie should
B r p th it ' irit n A t n T t-i.

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tarnes, wnist editor or the Toledo
Blade, C. L. Curtis, city editor of the
Blade; Geo. Heigho, of the whist de
partment of the Detroit Free Press;
Col. Buffington, of Jackson, whose whist
fame is international, and other players
of note. After the evening's ploy an
elaborate supper was served at Pret-.
tyman's and a prograna'of toasts was
gone through with. The results- of the
evening's play was as follows:
Lamb and Prentis (U. of M.), minus 7.
Fisher and Beardsley (U. of M),minus 1.
Heigho and Snover (Detroit), minus 3.
Cross and Wisner (U. of M.), minus 3.
Marshall and Phillipson (U. of M.), plus
Robinson and Babcock (U.of M.), plus 5.
Larned and Cambell (U. of M.), minus 3.
Helmer and Smalley (Jackson), minus 9.
Jordan and Smith (Jackson), average.
White and Crampton (U.of M), minus 3.
Ellsworth and Russell (U. of M.), plus 5.
Glover and Cottrell (Jackso,), minus 7.
Barnos and Curtis (Toledo)=, plus 9.
Towner and Woodruff (Ypsitanti) plus 3.
Platt and James (Ypsilanti), plus ,6.
Buffington and Rich (Jackson), average.
Knight and Middaugh (Jackson) plus 15
Packard and. McNamar (Toledo), pius 6.
Murrell and Miller (U. of M.), plus 1,
Humeston and Brillhart (U. of M.), mi-
inus $;
Baldwin and Clark (17. of -M.), minus. 1.
Smith: and Mandelbaum.(U. of M.), mi-
nus 4.
Danforth and Danforth (U. of M.), mi-
nus 6.
Somers and Carrier (Detroit), plus 8.
Robinson and Beeman (Jackson), mil-
Flansburg and.Burkhadt (U. of All),
-minus 7

have the address written on a type-
writer. It is well to inclose in the en
velope a slip bearing the apilicais
name and any information that may
be needed by the instructor. .Writing
paper neen not be furnished,
3. A private recommendatiss should
be regarded as strictly confidential.
The applicant should make no attempt
to obtain either the letter itself or copy
of it from the person to whom it is sent'
Seniors Wilt Support Reception.
The seniors held a stormy class meet-
ing yesterday afternoon. The old ques-
tion of the class tax came sip and
whether the seniors as a class should
support the reception. Fir a time it
looked as if the friends of tor recepttos,
would be obliged to carry out their
plans unaided, but by a narrow niaJor-
ity it was finally voted to tax each
member of the class one dollar to go to-
wards the class memorial; sixty cents
from each member will be used for class
day exercises,-asnd the renamainder of the
tax will be used for incidentals.
It was also decided not to aliow any
reduction in the price of tickets for the
nenior reception to members of the sen-
ior class, as has been the custom in
former yearn.,
The swing-out will take place next
Tuesday, if the caps and gowns arrive
in time.
T. C. Lister, a sor, of the late Col
Lister, of the Ninth Infamtry, and a
medical sturent at the University, was
at Fort Wayne this morning consulting
with Lieut. Smoke. The lieutenanjt says
he was first led to think of the,:matter
on-account of the enthusiasi of the
students at- the tUniversity, serh
there ae-fourcompanes already organ-
Michigan vs. Illinois, at Regents'
Field today. Game Called at 3:00j
o'clock. Admission, 50 cents. .

Company of U. S. Regulars to,
be Organized Here.
A recruiting officer has been appoint-
ed and a company will probably be or-
ganized here next week, consisting of
those who are willing to go to the front.
The company, if organized, will be sent
immediately to the front. It will prob-
ably be recruited from the companies
now drilling on the camus. The men
will be enlisted for the regular period,
three years, but as the army is already
above the number required for a peace
footing, the company would be dis-
charged as soon as the war was over.
Before any of the men will be accepted
they must undergo a strict physical ex-
amination. Mr. Lister, of the medical
department, has been appointed assist-
ant medical examiner. Transportation
has been secured from here to Fort
Wayne, where the company, if orgaized.
will be equipped. Captaim Roberts, the
youngest captain in the Nineteenth, will
The Game Today.
Illinois, whonr the 'Varsity defeated
in a great game on the spring trip by a
score of 4 to 3 (ten innings), will make
their only appearance of the season on
Regents Field today. Illinois, like Chi-
sago, always makes Michigan play the
fastest article of ball she has. Last
year, it will be remembered, Michigan
defeated Illinois 7 to 3 on their grounds,
but the return game resulted in a vic-
tory - fir Illinois 3 to 0. The Sucker
State representatives are determined to
repeat the experience and today will
present their strongest team. Since
meeting Michigan the work of Illinois
has improved, so say reports. Thurs-
day they defeated De Pauw, one of the
strongest teams in Indiana, 19 to 6.
Michigan's work, too, has pisked up
most gratifyingly since returning front
the spring trip, and, it is believed, will
give the visitors a battle royal.
The 'Varsity took regular work yes-
terday and will line up as follows;
Lunn, c.; Miller, p.; Condon, lb.; Cooley,
Ib.; Gilbert, s..; Wolf, 3b.; Matteson, If.;
McGinnis, m.; Butler, rf.
The contest is. one of the scheduled
Western Intercollegiate League games
and will be called promptly at 3 o'clock.
PhilosophIcal Socety.
The Philosophical Society is expect-
ing to hold a meeting soon. The pro-
gram so far this semester has been
quite irregular owing to the impossibil-
ity of several of the faculty members
to fulfill their engagememits. Papers
bave been promised by Professors Wen-
key Walter and Scott, and it is hoped
to have the next meeting early this
month. It is not yet announced what
the subject for the meeting wilt be. A
joint meeting of the Philosophica and
rne of the other departments giay be
held if rangements can be made,

A good Base Ball and Bat is jtust
the thing to develope your
We have every varity fron 5c
to $1.25. -
Sporting Goods of all kinds.
Base Ball' Suits made tolorder.
Prices are right.

Carpenter and Homer (Ypsilanti) plus 8.
WAHR'S BOGK STORE Janes and Verdier(U. of i.), average.
Up Town Down Town . Coon ad Sanger ( 0. of At), inu 13.
. State at. Opposite ourtflouae I Roger and Co:- (Ypslanti p1u 4.
Aus Arbor ,Main st.

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