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VOL. II.-No. 12.


The Entering Students in the Dental
and Pharmacy Departments.
Adams, F. P., Niles, Mich
Amsden, C. F., Norwalk, O.
Anderson, O., Ypsilanti, Mich.
Bachus, E. I., Edwardsburg, Mich.
Bell,eW. G", Detroit.
Butler, D. 1., Detroit.
Blake, F. W., Ann Arbor.
Babcock, D. II., Bay City; Mich.
Bailey, R. E., Pontiac, Mich.
Buzzard, T. S.: Ann Arbor.
Bell, M., Guildo, Ont.
Bridgman, H. M., Wuzumbe, Natal,
S. Africa.
Bailey, A. S., Appleton, Wis.
Barns, A., Hillsdale, Mich.
Casey, A. G., West Branch.
Coller. E. H., Battle Creek, Mich.
Cassidy, C. D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dawley, F. B., Fowlerville, Mich.
Douglass, J. K., Berlin Heights, O.
Davies, R. E., Chattangay, N. Y.
Elster, W. B., Weeping Water, Neb.
Foulds, J. G., Port Huron, Mich.
Griswold, H. L., Whitehall, Ill.
Gerner, R., Ann Arbor.
Goldthorp, E. G., Rolf, Iowa.
Goucher, Wm. E., Corning, Mich.
Green, M., Charlotte, Mieli.
Hemple, F. J., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Hart, Wm. A., Northville, Mich.
Holmes, F. W., Kalamazoo, Mich.
Hall, C. W., Rio, Wis.
Higgins, W. J., Holland, Mich.
Hoover, J. L., Richmond, Ind.
Hartley, G. S., Delano, Pa.
Hussey, H. F., Richmond, Ind.
Johnson, G. R., Manchester, Mich.
Kilner, A. L., Chase, Mich.
Kenson, G. W., Ann Arbor.
Lazell, G. T., Manchester, Mich.
Lathrop, I., Detroit.
Millen, E. S., Ann Arbor.
McGettigan, C. A., San Franciso,
McKinney, W. C., Saginaw.
McKenzie, R. B., Calumet, Mich.
Mclndoe, J. A., Wasac, Wis.
McCormick, M. J., Rockburn, Prov-
ince Quebeck.
Moore, G. M., Fondulac, Wis.
McNeven, Jessie, Blenheim Ont.
Miller, A. K., Ann Arbor.
Moyer, M. J., Samaria, Michi.
Monroe, A. F., Flint, Mich.
Mighan, G. E., Fremont, Mich.
Overhott, F. J., Fulton, Mich.
Pearce, B. F., San Francisco, Cal.
Richardson, C. P., Princeton, Ill.
Reid, H. E., Oakland, Cal.
Stow, F. L., Chicago, Ill.
Service, G. A.. Sharon, Mich.
Saott, F. F., Ann Arbor,
Smith, G. S., Ypsilanti.
Stanley, W. H., Leesburg, Ind.
Stekete, G., Holland, Mich.
Terry, C. H.. Pontiac, Ill.
Tourtillatte, G. E. fan Francisco,
VanBleek, E. P., Flint, Mich.
Vanderbilt, C. R., Geneseo, N. Y.

Vivian. V. H., Big Rapids, Mich.
Wilkins, W. M., Hastings, Mich.
Whinery, C. W., Wilmington, O.
Wolvin, W. V., St. Clair, Mich.
Woodin, R. M., Ann Arbor.
Werble, A. W., Jamestown, N. Y.
Whitney, J. Essex Center, Ont.
Wurster, G. P., Dexter, Mich.
WilliamsonB. B., Malone, N. Y.
Williams, R. L., East Randolph,
N. Y.
Benton, L., Kaneville, Ill.
Bowerman, F. E., Romeo, Mich.
Barnhart, C. C., Peoria, Ill,
Curley, T. J., LAnse, Mich.
Colman, S.
Cruse, E., Iron Mountain, Mich.
Dunning, William, Charlotte, Mich.
Doyle, P., Grand Bapids.
Davol, D. S., Amesburg, Mass.
Ford, E. F., Denver, Col.
Fromm, J. D., Toledo, O.
Faber, Wm. R., Bryan, O.
Farnum, L., Almont, Mich.
Faher, F., Pulaski, O.
Geddes, L., Winchendon, Mass.
Graham, A. B., Grand Blanc, Mich.
Ifunt, R. O., Menominee, Mich.
Haverhill. L. D., Fox, Ill.
Hannan, J., Wayne, Mich.
Ifathaway, G. E., Iron Mountain,
Hower, H. H., Dannelsville, Pa.
Hill, C. O., Tenn.
Heller, R. S., Napoleon, O.
Jones, C. W,, Plainesville, O.
Latta, C. E., Lima, Ind.
Lewis, R. S., Middleport, O.
Morris, G. A-, Dexter, Mich.
Mighell, W. C., Aurora, Ill.
Miller, E., Ann Arbor.
Merkel, C.. Romeo, Mich.
Newton, W. B., Bowling Green, O.
Nickerson, F. H., Greenwich, O.
Pinckenly, R., Ann Arbor.
Pierce, Bessie G., West Bay City,
Ritter, J., Chicago, Ill.
Randolph, K. E., Oberlin, O.
Sherer, Wm., Rochester, N. Y.
Stephenson, F., Brooklyn, Mich.
Smith, C. E., Wilmington, N. C.
Steincamp, C. H., Toledo, O.
Smith, B. A., Portland, Mich.
Sanford, W. E., Kewanee, Ill.
Tyng, G. W., Amherst, Ill.
Topping, C. 0., Fenton. Mi.
Verdeer, J. W., Grand Rapids, Mich.
Wagner, G., New Ulm, Minn.
Wertz, L. G. Mt. Pleasant, Pa.
Young, R. D., Geneva, N. Y.
Athletic Committees.
President Bowen, of the A. A.,
has announced the appointment of
the following committees: Foot-
ball, Farrand (manager) Dygert,
Sherman, Baird, and Parker; base
ball, Harrison, Forbesy, Bower and
two vacancies; track athletics, San-
son, Stone, Tremble, Griffin and
Taylor;.tennis, Elting, Fassett, Pret-
tyman and two vacancies.

Athletic Directors' Meeting.v
The athletic directors met in
Alpha Nu hall last evening. Mr.
Garwood, of the Ann Arbor High
School, presented a request that the
High School eleven be allowed to NEW
compete in the class league contests
without the privilege of being award-
ed the championship banner in case
they are victorious. The question PRICE
of a coach was discussed and the
manager was instructed to endeavor
to secure "Mike'' Murphy of the D. LIST
A. C. for several days, to get the
team in shape to turn over to a
coach. Manager Farrand will cor-
respond with Rhodes, captain of last
year's Yale team, and "Snake'
Ames, Princeton's famous half-back,
to secure one of them for "coach."
A proposition was received from
Walter Camp, the foot-ball authori-
ty, to coach the team by letter. The
consideration of his proposition was
postponed until the matter of a when you,
coach was determined. The follow- in Shoes at
ing dates have been arranged: Oct. pr
17, Albion at Albion; Nov. 7, Olivet
at Jackson for silver foot-ball as a R.
trophy and the state championship;
Nov. 14, Chicago at Chicago; Nov.
21, Cornell at Detroit. A proposi- Chap
tion has been received from Cornell
and Michigan alumni at Chicago to 201 SoUTs
play the Cornell game at Chicago,
instead of Detroit, on Thanksgiving Necki
Day. No action was taken upon it.
There will be probably four games Dres
in Ann Arbor.
The foot-ball committee was in- * GENTS
structed to call a meeting of the
class captains and arrange a schedule GENTS
of games, permission being given to
the Igh School to enter a team and En
if they win the banner it will be Athletic
awarded to them.
Field Day was placed on October of
31, and the tennis tournament for
the week commencing October u9. SAVE
The foot-ball committee was in-
structed to prepare the shower baths
and dressing room under the medical
building for use. The board ad-
journed to meet Friday evening next
at 6:30 o'clock.
Unity Club officers.
The following are the officers of CALL
the Unity Club, elected for this
year; President, D. M. Lichty;
vice-president, Miss Campbell; sec-
retary, Mr. Peckham; treasurer, Mr.
Ball; assistant secretary, L. G. 114 Mon
Whitehead, assistant treasurer, J.
Hosmer. 5

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