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VOL. II.-No. 9.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891.

THE MEDICAL FRESHMEN.
The Names of '95's Doctors.
Amidon, Florence A., Sturgis, Mich.
Angell, Katharine L., Chicago, Ill.
Bagley, Wm. R., St. Charles, Ill.
Blagle, Herbert B., Atchison, Kan.
Black, Louise R., Glen Ebon, O.
Brooks, Harry H.. Mapleton, Minn.
Brown, Wm. E., Kalamazoo, Mich.
Budd, Geo. A., Elyria, O.
Bunyen, Robert J,, Kendallville, Ind.
Burritt, Charles II., Maumee, O.
Brown, George O., Collins, Mich.
Calkins, Dwight, Allegan, Mich.
Connors, Sarah E., Utica, Mich.
Cook, Jennie M., Kalamazoo, Mich.
Cooley, Thomas B., Ann Arbor.
Creveling, Marmon L., FremontInd.
Dennert, Arthur C., Elkhart, Ind.
De T1ries, Iegar R., Drenthe, Mich.
Donnelly, Peter, Napoleon, O.
Downey, Bernard J., Ottawa, Ill.
Dubois, Holden, Unadella, Mich.
Durkee, Jno.W., Bowling Green, Ky.
Doyle, Peter, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Elliott, Albert J., Ulverton QueCan.
Farnham, Hiram M., Fenton, Mich.
Fisher, Chas. E., Toledo, O.
Gailey, Byron S., Ashland, Ill.
Gleysteen, Dirk, Holland, Mich.
Govan, Wm. B., Oxford, Mich.
Graham, Maria L., New Bedford,
Mass.
Greer, Robert J., Detroit, Mich.
Hewitt, Wm. S., Bright, Ont.
Holden, George S., Palmer, Mass.
Houghton, Elijah Al., Theresa, N.Y.
Hubbard, Wm. S., Claremont, N. H.
Inch, George F., Oak Point, New
Brunswick.
Jacobi, Frank, Toledo, O.
Johnson, Arthur H., Danville, Wis.
Kingsland, Margaret, Benton Har-
bor, Mich.
Knight, Flavius J., Clinton, Mich.
Lampson, Herburt, Seymour, Wis.
Lell, Robert E., McGaheysville, Va.
Leonard, Eliza E., Tacoma, Wash.
Lewis, Parker It., Charlesburg, Ky.
Loomis, Wm. S., Ann Arbor.
Lucas, Henry I., Lucas, Mich.
Lanngerhausen, Waldenmar T., Mt.
Clemens, Mich.
Maris, Willard L., Philadelphia, Pa.
Martindale, Roscoe B., Herkimer,
N, Y.
Masten, Benjamin B., Ann Arbor.
Matthews, Samuel A., Ainsworth,
Iowa.
McDonald, Neil S., Lake Linden,
Mich.
McDonald, Roderic J., Black River,
Mich.
McKay, Andrew A., Midland, Mich.
Metheny, David G., Pittsburg, Pa.
Midgley, Jessie E., Ann Arbor.
Miller, Joseph L., Kewaume, Ill.
Miller, Lewis C., Norti Benton, O.
Moore, Fied H.,*Bay City, Mich.
hurray, Een B., Ypsilanti, Mich.
Niblack,:arl S., 'Vheatlend, Ind.
. Niskern, Eingy L., Manistee, Mich.
Nusum, George C.; Crescent, Ia.
}Qdelf, .Ienry E., Toledo, O.
Piere, nk S. ca, f Mich-.,.,
.Ohms, F k A.,P latine, Ill. .

Proper. Thomas L., West Stock-
bridge, Mass.
Quick, Philip H., Noble, Mich.
Ratcliffe, John J., Waukon, Ia.
Ritter, John F., Cascade, Ia.
Rohrabaugh, Edward E., Delphi,Ind.
Shields, Duncan C., Alvinston, Ont.,
Can.
Smith, Chiron W., Warren, Mass.
Smyth, Sarah, Buffalo, N.Y.
Snyder, Walter S. Detroit, Mich.
Slanbrough, Florence N., Westfield,
Ind.
Stauffer, Ted M., Montpelier, O.
Stinchcomb, Wm. G., Bellefontaine,
Ohio.
Tenney, John C., Fontana, Kan. J
Torrey, Geo. W., Manchester, Mich.
Warner, Augustus S., Crown Point,
Ind.
Way, Albert C., Binghampton, N.Y.
Webster, Charles L., Trenton, Mo.
Weed, Francis T., Lake City, Minn.
Williamson, Geo. H., Saginaw, Mich.
WoodlinWm. J., Battle Creek, Mich.
Wright, George M., Norway, Mich.
Inter-Collegiate Foot-Ball Associa-
tion.
The Inter-Collegiate.Foot-ball As-
sociation held a meeting at the Fifth
avenue hotel, New York, Saturday
evening, when the following games
were arranged:
October 31.-Princeton vs. Wes-
leyan. Grounds-those on which
Yale and Princeton will play Thanks-
giving day.
November 7.-Yale vs. Wesleyan
at New Haven. Referee, Mr. W. C.
Camp, '8o. Substitute, Mr. Coffin,
Wesleyan.
November 7.-Princeton vs. Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania. Grounds
-those upon which Yale and Prince-
ton will play Thanksgiving day..
November 4.-Yale vs. University.
Grounds-those upon which Yale
and Princeton will play Thanksgiv-
ing day. Referee, Mr. Irvine,
Princeton. Substitute, Mr. Moffett,
Princeton.
November 25--Wesleyan vs. Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania. Grounds
-those upon which Yale and Prince-
ton will play Thanksgiving day.
Referee, Mr.W. C. Camp, Yale.
November 26.-Yale vs. Prigce-
ton. Place not yet given. Referee,
Mr. Brooks, Harvard.
'There was an error in the an-
nouncement of the decision of the
judges of the debate Wednesday
evening, at the^Webster society, the
summary .of-one judge's points being
.mistaken for the summary. of the
wlole.T 1'h*negative won the,_ues.
tion.

COMMUNICATIQN.
Editors U. Or M. DAILY:
For the benefit of those that are
not acquainted with the rules of the
Athletic Association, would you
please explain the privileges of being
a member, and give the membership
fee ? A. STUDENT.
[Constitution, Article II, Section
s.-Membership-shall include mem-
bers of all departments of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, who shalll have
paid an annual membership fee of
three dollars ($3.oo), and all grad-
uates who pay an annual fee of five
dollar ($5.00)-
Section 2.-The privileges of
membership shall continue from the
time of the payment of dues to the
close of the same college year.
These privileges include, besides
the usual attendance at meetings
and voting, the use of the tennis
courts, the privilege of playing upon
the base-ball and foot-ball teams,
the use of the athletic grounds and
apparatus, and above all the priv-
ilege of being a supporter financially
of Michigan's athletic interests.-
En.]
Princeton's Foot-Ball Team.
That Princeton will have a team
of about equal caliber to that of last
year's team seems likely. The cen-
ter men, Riggs, Symmes and Thom-
as, have returned, as have also
Wood, tackle; Warren, end; Ho-
mans, full-back, and King, half-
back, together with some of
the substitutes, such as, Davis,
Dusenberry and Hayden, two ends.
Riggs, Warren and King are the
only men of the lot who can be
called first-class players. Princeton,
it is true, has been working hard to
get good men. As a result a young
brother of ex-Captain Poe, said to
be a phenomenal half-back; Porter,
the ex-Lehigh half-back; Harrold,
of the Franklin and Marshall rush
line; 'big Wheeler, of St. Paul's, and
Holly. of Media, are said to have
entered. While these men are prom-
ising, it is doubtful, with the excep-
tion of young Poe, whether they can
be moulded during the first year into
players of sufficient ability to cope
with Yale's tried men.
Geo.B. Dygert, '93, is being very
favorably spokec of as candidate for
pre idenIof. thi Athletic.Association.

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