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May 24, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVER6ITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Published Daily (Sundays excepted) duie
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
OrricE: Times building, 129 S. Main SS
Telephone (New S-ate) 189.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. ToMAs,00IL.
BUSINESS MANAGER
o. H. HAN, 00 L.
EDITORS
H, B. SKILLMAN,'8 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEISMER, '3 L G. D. UDNUTT, 't
T. R. WooDoow, '98 F. ENGELHARD, '59
F. D. EAMAN,'00 R. S. DANronTH,'9
P. W. JONES, 9G. C. H. LUND,'00M,
A. 1. ODOGALL, '01 E.
The subscription price of the Daily is 2.51
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tions, and other matter intended for publica
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fore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before
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they are expected to a poar.
Subscriptions may be left at The Dail
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fer a favor by reporting promptly at thi
office ans failure of carriers to deliver paper
illinois Commencement.
Sixteen days will be occupied by the
University of Illinois this year for its
public exercises attending the twenty-
seventh annual commencement. The
announcement just issued by the trus-
tees and faculty show a full round of
college energy and entertainment, from
the Hazelton prize drill May 23 to the
commencement address upon: "Educa-
tion for Leadership," by Dr. William
H. Maxwell on June 8. On May 24
there is a competitive drill. The senior
class reception at the president's houce
is May 26. At the annual dinner of t1e
University Club at the Beardsley May
27 Professor Henry S. Carhart, LL. P.'
of the University of Michigan, will
make the address. Term examinations
are June 1, 2 and 3. Senior literary ex-
ercises are held in the Adephic, Ale-
thenal and Philomathean Society halls
June 3. The military band promenade
concert is June 4. President Draper
delivered the baccalaureate address
June 5. Class day is June 6, alumni
day June 7.
At a meeting of the senior class Tua-
day afternoon it was decided to pro-
claim Wednesday a legal sneak day for
the class. The idea was certainly an
unique one. anl seniors were conspic-
uous by tl.eir absence Wednesday
morning. The first real demonstration
was started in chapel, most of the girls'
seats being reserved for girls in black
gowns and boys with 5-cent hats. Each
senior had a toy of some sort. The
spectacle made one think that the class
had been turned loose in a 99-cent store.
The straw hats were too much for the
under classmen, and a junior grabbed
one and started for the dor. Imme-
diately several seniors started in pur-
suit. but their way was blocked. Ex-

citement was at a high, pitch and a
pitched battle seemed imminent, when
Professor Davis appeared on the scene
g and calm was restored.
CALENDAR.
t. Wednesday, May 20-Annual 'Varsity
Field and Track Meet, 4:10 p. m.,
Regents Field.
Thursday, May 26-Michigan vs. Be-
lit, 4:10 p. in. Regents Field.
Thursday, May 26-Gladstone Memorial
Services, 8 p. in., University Hall, un-
0 der auspices of Oratorical Association.
8. Friday and Saturday, May 27 and 28-
8 Michigan Inter-Scholastic Associationi
Annual Field and Track Meet and
baseball games, Regents Field; ten-
nis tournament, faculty courts.
Saturday, May-28-Barbour Gymnasi-
o um, entertainment and dance by
y Fru t and Flower Mission for benefit
- of Nurses' Home fund.
3 Wednesday, June -Faculty baseball
h
game, 4:10 p. in., Regents Field.
r Saturday, June 4-Lawn Fete by Wo-
man's League at Prof. B. A. Hios-
dale's residence, 1414 Washtenaw ave.
S. C. A. SCHOLARSHIP.
The Students' Christian Asociation of-
fers a scholarship in Sociology, consit-
lug of a ten weeks' residence at Chi-
cago during the summer vacation with
work and reading under the direction
of Prof. Graham Taylor. Any student
in the University who will return to
college next year is eligible. Applica-
tions containing personal details in re-
gard to preparation, to appreciate this
opportunity, should be sent at once to
Prof. F. M. Taylor, 527 Church st. No
applications received after June 10.
The catalogue of Kansas University
for '97-98 shows an enrollment of 1,062
students, 400 of them being women.
NOTICE.
A faculty concert will be given in
Frieze Memorial Hall on Thursday,
May 26, at 8 o'clock,
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