VOL. VII. No. 191. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1897. FOUR PAGES-3 CENTS.
Received a full line of Novel-
ties for Spring Suits
NO. 2 E. WASHINGTON ST. NEAR MAIN,
46 S. STATE ST.
If a Man Tried
He could mislead almost any
customer as to worth of a pair of
Shoes. Careless Shoemen are
often misled themselves. We
begin with the leather - We
know the makers-We know the
shoes. You can buy here with
yonr eyes shut and be sure of
your moneys worth.
WL. J. APRILL,
13 WASHINGTON ST., ANN ARBOR.
to spend your summer va-s
0 cation without a camera,
especially when $5.00 to:
$10.00 will get a very satis-0
factory one. Come and see
us about them. Catalogs1
NEW COURTS READY.
Tennis Will Begin on Them Next
The new counts between the Witer-
man Gymnasium and the medical
'buiiug ic'hhanve heen so eagerly
anticipated by the tennis enthusiasts
are in the last stages 'of completion.
The ground has been leveled and
rolled to a finish, 'a wire fence has
been built entirely enclosing the
gerounds, and gaites 'afford enitrance at
both the nosth and south sides of the
enclosure. During the next two days
hand-rollers will be used on t'h
grounds. After ttbst Tennis Manager
Herrick will measure ofi the courts
and nark out lthe lines.
The entire vork put upon the courts
as only cost $250. When ieconpieted
Stiehtgan svl ; lss-ss ts ebest tennis
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78 ft. ft.
ladies has been marked out behind
the law building and will be kept in
shape for their use.
Resolutions of the Senior Laws.
Whereas, The Honorable Levi T.
Griffin (has for many years been a R
professor in the law department,'in '
tlhich capacity he has uniformily If
given evidence of his ability as a law-
ye, his merit as an. instruetor, and b
his worth( as a luan;1
Whereas, He is universally held in P
igi 'rvgard by nl a who have been for- u
lsnate enough to elaim his acquaint--
ance, andt isave enjoyed the privilege o
of his scholarly instrutciot, and, a
Wheeas, Professor Gtisilisn has seenr
fit to sever iis connection with the de- L
prtment; now therefore be it '
Resolved, That we, ithie mebers of
the 'i law class, do 'sereby expressa
our deep1 apprei alni of isis services, s
and prfound regret because of his 1
resignation; and extend to him our2
sineere, best wishes for the future, and i
our hope that his effosits in Whatever
diretion extended isay reap the re- I
w uds of success fit to crown a usefulE
and isotnorable career.
Resolved, That a copy of theser eso-
lutions be prittted in the U. of 3t.
ALBERT KOCOUREK, 4
ALBRT J. GALEN,
AUGUST H. BAER,
Commiittee on Resolutions.
Prof, Cooley's Pamphlet.
Professor Carles H. Cooley, of the
University of Michigan, has recently
printed a pamglset, enttitled "Genius,
tname and the Comparison of Races"
(Publicaslios of the Anerican Acad.-
onty of Politics and Social Sience, No.
197, Pisladelphia,) which formss lt in-
teresting contilibution to this subject.
He fixes what is meant by the term
genius, the intellectual anid soseil con-
dilions under which it arises, and en-
deavors to ascertan i-hether the pro-
duction of great men 'i a proper crit.-
erion of the excellence of various
races. It is not so mu'ch the results
of the inquiry -as the attitude of the
writer whsich will n'att'aldt Wttention.
There is always something vague and
urcertatn about 'suldh speculations,
which prevents their carrying convic-
tion, yet the subjedt mantter is so in-
tensely attractive that they are always
received with interest.-Wliscousin
. The library will be open from 8 a.
m. to 5 p. m. during the Summer
S School, and from to 12 a. m. and 2
to 5 p. m. during the remainder of the
g summer vacetion.
Mlany Important Positions Filled
At the useettng of the Athletic
Board last night the report of un-
ger I13 uas presented and a very
ine showing was made for the year.
Ir. Hil said track athletics had never
seen in more prosperous shape than tt
resent. tichigan's best ssen a ex-
sected to come back tin the fall and a
lumber of new men were liikely to
ome wits Ithse begisning of the nest
ollege year. ,tr. Atkinson prsetet
t report of the season, and ths- treas-
Iter reported on the Wistcos and
Chicago games. Mr. Weinstein tro-
duced a resolution sttig that all
mensbers of the Atiteic Boad noot
able to do 'their share of to work
stsatdd resign. The eiectin of base-
ball mUantager ws-as thsen tsken up ad
Mr. F'otter and Mr. Kiet were nom-
nated. The vote resulted in a tie and
the deciding vote wass east for Sir.
Kieth. Mr. Potter moved to make the
election unanimous. The only nom.-
ination ofr assistant football manager
was Mr. Heald, who was unanimous-
ly elected. Mr. Herrick was re-elected
tennis anager. Mr. Baird wast pres-
eut and gave the men 'a rousing talk
on the policy of the board and the
ssingle heartedness -with whidh each
member of the board ought to Work.
te emsstigsied the necessty for
knowledge of active athletis, the
0.00 who play and the 'teams they
relay on. The folowing resou'tIon
were passed by the board:
Whereas, Dr. labethge, Ir. LeRoy
'and Mr. Mtarsh have rendered such
efficdient service in coaching and train-
ing the 'varsity track team and hlave
brought ltem to their present hig
grade of excellence, enabslieg them to
wit against Chicago at the dual meet
tad gain second place in the Western
Ittereoliegta'te meet, and
Whereas, The aforesaid gentlemen
have dotated their services free of
charge, be it
Resolved, That the Board of Dire'-
iters of the U. of S. Athletic Associa-
lion tender a most grateful vote of
tthanks to the gentlment before men-
tioned for the kindness and good will
Whic'h the gentlemen have shoon by
doing so much. Signed,
H. B. POTTER,
The game scheduled for yesterday
'afterwoon between the Dents and '98
L was postponed because of an in-
ability to get etther the Athletic Field
or Fair Grounds to play on.
omits of any college its the West.
s With this starter the quality of thse
tennis played should improve eacth
year, untilIht branch of athletics is
on 'a par with football and basebalh.
The accompanying diaglam shows
Your name engraved on Copper the dimensions of the grounds, and
Plate, latest style and 100 En- also how the courts will be laid out.
graved Cards, best quality. As can ho seen there will be four
double courts paorallel to each other
with a space of eight feet between
For 90c them. Between the courts -and itihe
fence there will be 'a disitance iof 22
100 Engraved Cards from your feet behind each backline, land one of
own plate. 11 feet along the side-lines of the
counts at each end elf the grounds
This will give ample space to provide
W AHR'S BOOKSTORE seats for the spectators. Play will
probably begin on the new courts next
Up Town Down Town Tuesday.
S. Sate St. Opposite Court House
Ass Arbor Maln 8t. A court for the use of the young