THE UNIVER6ITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,
oj Columbia won the eastern intercol-
- f I. V t le -1giate fenoing tournament. Teams
from ,Harvard, Cornell and Columbia.
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R,1B. SILLMA, '98 L., Athletics.
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T. R. WOnODow, '95, F. EsOstuAs, '9.
F. D. EAMAN, '00 R, S. DAsronv, 'IS
P. W. JOaEs, '9. C0, H. LuND, '00 M.
A. H. MCDOUALL, '01 E.
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Prof. Davin Goes North.
On Friday of this wek Prof. J. 13.1
Davis wiilooseae for Northern Michigan
to make preparations for the coming of
the junior civil engineers, who go north
every spring to do work surveying. He
wiii be folowed on May 2st by an ad-
vanced party consisting of . D. M-
Naughton, L. E. Leas. F. C. Hannan,
and F. J. Wilbur; they wiii set up the
camp andi mate generi preparations
for the work. The foilowing Saturday
sle remainder of the cas wili leave
consisting of M. . Moxey, . J. Mans-
hield, C. W. Noble, F. . Hoover, . C.
Hal, . W. Conable, S. Hodges, F. M.
Green, S. B. Mosley, . . effebower
and F. C. Newton. They wiii not re-
turn again until the opening of the
Coing college year.
Laws Elect Ilchiganenian Editors
At a meeting of the junior law class
yesterday afternoon they chose the fol-
lowing oard of editors for net year's
itichiganensian: J. A. Bardin, C. .
Smith, D. F. Diln and S. I. Moler,
Mr. Badin was elected by acclamation
and will go on the board as managing
editor, this office going to the laws local
year according to the -scheme of rota-
tion now in force.
Dr. Habethge will have sole charge
of the track team training. The Ath-
letic Board decided Tesday night to
drop Tom Cox, who quit the relay
testis a-ile at Philadelphia. Cox was
paid for his services up to the time of
the U. of P. meet.
sOerin do feted Wiscoin Tesday
by a score of P to 5.
Notre Dame won the college ::oom-
pionhip Saturday from Dr Pauw by a
°cor: of , to 2.
All candidates for the '99 baseball
team meet at the gymi at 4:0 p. i. to-
morrow, Thursday. the 19th.
Profesor Munsterburg, Germany's
leading pshologis, has accepted the
chair of psychology at Harvard.
Johns Hopkins University in to have
a new gymnaium. It will contain the
largest baseball cge in the country.
By the wiii of the late Hery S.
Pierce, Harvard University, the Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technlogy and
the Boston Art Museum each receive
$700,000. Barvard will use up her share
in buling a reading room to the li-
Btesides 100e article on the causes of
the failure of the Spamnish Armada. by
Capt. Mtahan, the June Century will
contain "Ten Months with the Cua
Insurgents," the eperiences of a major
in the army under Garcia, and an art-
icle ono "The Confederate Torpedo Ser-
vice," by the electrician of the torpedo
division in the Confederate navy who
laid the mine which blew up the first
gunboat ever destroyed by this mean.
Harvard has 287 students in her grad-
uate depatuent._ These students coins
from 94 institutions. Harvard sesds
17, Kansas comes cat vwith 8, Olen
Brown folows with 7, Dartmouth, Ver-
mont and California folos' with 6
earl, Stanford sends 4, YPale 4, Colum-
bia 3, Michigan 3, and Minesota 1
Cornel, Chicago and Wisconsin are not
Postponed meeing. Net Tursday
eveninglii May 19, 198, at 7:30, sharp,
in Boom E, University al, the o-
lowing paper, postponed from April 2,
will be read: "The kEpitaphios of Lys-.
ias," Dr. D.1. Wait.
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