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May 26, 1898 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHGAN.
OFFCE: Times building, 3295 . Main St.
Telephone (New State)189.
rANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, '00 L.
BUSINESS ANAJI
O. H. HANs, '00 L..
EDITORS
1H, B. SKILLMAN,'98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GEosMER,'99 L G. D. HUDNUTT, '00
T. R. VooDROow,'9S F. EboEbAns,'I.
F. D. EAMA, '05 R. . DANPOTH, '8
P. W. JONES, '99. C. H. LUND, '00 M.
A. H. MCDOUGALL, '01 E.
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office ant failure of carriers to deliver paper,
Tonight's Memorial Services.
Miss Florence Hayes, one of the most
prominent singers of Detroit, will takec
part in the Gladstone memorial ser-
vices at University Hall tonight. Miss
Hayes sings in the Columbian Street
Presbyterian Church of Detroit, and has
a remarkably clear and pure voice. Sue
will sing several selections. Professor
Renwick will preside at the organ. A
mistake was made in yesterday's pro-
gram. Mr. Lathers, instead of Mr.
Tatum, as announced, will speak on the
subject of "Gladstone, the Reformer."
The program will be a most interesting
one, and every student is the Univer-
sity is cordially invited to be present.
High School Boys Will Compete.
The annual interscholastic athletic
contest will be held on Regents' Field
and in the Waterman gymnasium un-
der the auspices of the U. of M. Ath-
letic association tomorrow and Sat-
urday. Detroit, Lansing, Adrian, Mr.
Clemens, Howell, Pontiac, Ann Arbor,
Kalamazoo, Ishpeming and Port Huron
have entered teams. Jackson and
Grand Rapids will not be represented
owing to the number of athletes in the
war. The upper peninsula high school
will send a team of 11 men and stands
excellent chances of winning the cham-
pionship. Heretofore they have always
gone to Madisn. On Friday evening
an indoor contest will be held in the
gymnasium, followed by a reception by
the A. A. H. S. Saturday morning
will occur the bicycle races, and in the
afternoon the field and track events.
In the evening will occur the annual
oratorical contest of the Peninsular
Oratorical league, composed of the De-
troit, Ann Arbor, Bay City, Kalamazoo,
East Saginaw and Grand Rapids high
schools. Ex-Regent Barbour, will pre-
side
The object of the meet is to foster a
love for the University among the high
schools of the state, binding them closer
together.

Will Not Place a Corner Stone.
At a meeting of the senicr law class
it was decided to take no action regard-
ing the placing of a corner stone in the
new law building, inasmuch as the Uni-
versity authorities would not allow the
class name to be cut in the stone. A
class tax was voted for the purpose of
purchasing a testimonial for Instructor
Hughes. Prof. Kirchner was chosen
to deliver the closing address during
graduation week. Prof. Kirchner has,
however, declined on account of stress
of business, and the class will have to
tke further action.
"Exams" In Law Department.
Secretasy Johnson, of the law de-
partment, is busy preparing the sched-
ule for examination week. On ncxt
Saturday, May 2, there will be an
examination in Miing Law and Patent
Law; on the following Saturday, June
4, there will be an examination ins
Equity Jurisprudence for both the sen-
ior and junior classes. and also in In-
surane and Admiralty.
The examinations for all classes will
commence Monday June 13, but the
schedule for the same has not set been
arranged.
Fought With Admiral Dewey.
"Old" Jim Hill, the night watchman
of the U. of M., was coxswain of the
ship Tyler in the civil war. when Rear
Admiral Dewey was a 'ieutenant in
command of the Mississippi under Ad-
miral Porter. The old salt never misses
an opportunity to praise the gallant
commander. He was with him at Port
Hudson, when the Mississippi was
blown up by a torpedo, and says that
Admiral Dewey was the last man to
leave the sinking ship, and then only
as the waters engulfed her. He always
showed great coolness in action and
never hesitated to speak a kindly word
to the common seaman. In his treat-
ment of his men he was always thought-
ful, yet demanded strictest obedience.
CALENDAR.
Thursday, May 26-Michigan vs. Be-
loit, 4:10 p. m., Regents Field.
Friday and Saturday, May 27 and 2a-
Michigan Inter-Scholastic Association
Annual Field and Track Meet and
baseball games, Regents Field; ten-
nis tournament, faculty courts.
Wednesday, June 1-Faculty baseball
game, 4:10 p. in., Regents Field.
Thursday, May 26-Gladstone Memorial
Services, 8 p. in., University Hall, un-
der auspices of Oratorical Association.
Saturday, May 28-Barbour Gymnasi-
um, entertainment and dance by
Fru t and Flower Mission for benefit
of Nurses' Home fund.
Saturday evening, May 28-First an-
nual contestaof the Peninsular Oratori-
cal League at Newberry all,
Saturday, June 4-Lawn Fete by Wo-
man's League at Prof. B. A. Hins-
dale's residence, 1414 Washteaw ave.
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