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heMichiganDaily
VOL. XIV ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1904. No. 125
f1IC1IGAN ENTRIES. SENIOR MEETING. TRIP POSTPONED. WISCONSIN DEBATERS.
List of Athletes Who Will Represent Letter From the Faculty Read-Cap Conflict in Dates Will Prevent Glee A Strong Team Will Meet Michigan
Michigan in the Cornell Meet- and Gown Qestion Discussed- Club From Taking Ohio Trip This Friday Night-Biographies of
Men All in Fine Condition- Other Business. Spring-Other Arrangements. the Men.
Reserved Seats Nearly
All Gone. The seniors of the literary class The members of the Glee and Unusual interest is being shown in
held a meeting yesterday afternoon at Mandolin Clubs have been disappoint- the Wisconsin-Michigan debate which
Trainer Fitzpatrick last night gave room C. The meeting was well at- ed in their contemplated spring trip will take place in Ann Arbor tomor-
out the Michigan entries for the meet tended, all the seats being taken. Af- in Ohio, this year. Concerts were row evening. The fact that this is
with Cornell. The fifteen men who ter the minutes of the last meeting scheduled at the state university at the first inter-collegiate debate to be
will represent the Varsity are Hahn, had been read and approved, Presi- Columbus, and at the Ohio Wesleyan held in Ann Arbor for three years, and
Keeler, Stewart, Schule, Rebstock dent Blain read a communication College at Deleware, but a minstrel that the team which Wisconsin is
Norcross, Hall, Harpham, Kellogg, from the faculty committee, on non- show given for the benefit of athletics sending is one of the strongest She
Perry, Rose, Dunlap, Withey, Read, athletic organizations which stated at Columbus, conflicts with the date has yet sent out, lends peculiar inter-
Keller. that no business arangements should for the concert there, so that the con- est.
The entries are as follows: be entered into by members of the cert was cancelled. It was necessary The men who will represent Wis-
35-yd. dash-Hahn, Keeler, Stewart class nor contracts signed which in- then to cancel the engagement at Ohio consin are seasoned debaters. All are
40-yd. hurdles-Schule, Stewart. volved class funds without first con- Wesleyan for the distance is too far members of the law department and
440-yd. run-Rebstock, Norcross. sulting the faculty committee. to be taken for only one concert. graduates from the literary depart
880-yd. run-Halt, Harpham. The cap aond gown committee, Another trip has been arranged for, ment. During their literary work
one mile run-Kellogg, Perry, Hall, about whose report the main interest however, which will be a three days' they took a prominent part in debat-
Harpham.- -_ing and oratorical work. The short
Shot put-Rose, Dunlap.biographies of the Wisconsin men
Pole vault--Withey, Read. plainly indicate the strength of the
High jump-Keller, Schule. team. In speaking of the merits of
Relay race-Hahn, Stewart, Keeler, the respective teams, Professor, True
Rebstock, Norcross, Schule. blood said that the debate would be
It will be noticed that the dash will intensely ,interesting. At the present
be thirty-five yards instead of forty htime he is working hard with the de-
as usual. This is at the request of the baters both o delivery and argument.
Cornell men as they are afraid of be- Following are short iographies of
ing injured by running at full speed W .Hthe Wisconsin men:
upon the incline at the finish. The sW. J. Hagenah was graduated from
substitution will do away with all d Madison high school in 1899. Enter-
chance of injury. ed the College or Arts, English course,
The track men are all working hard -of the University of Wisconsin in the
in preparation for the meet and if fall of 1899. He is a member of the
Michigan loses out Saturday night, it Hesperia Literary Society. He was on
will not be on account of their lack the annual freshman debate, and also
of condition. Rebstock has entirely the annual sophomore debate. Was
recovered from his injury and will run also on the joint debate in 190He
the quarter in the meet. He has not THE WISCONSIN DEBATERSt was a member of the team that debat-
competed in any of the meets so far, ed the University of Iowa in 1903.
but if he is as good as he was last Was one of the commencement ora-
year, he should be able to carry off a of the meeting centered, gave a de- jauntT the first Monday evening of tors of 1903. Is now a member of
first in his event, tailed report of its operations both the spring vacation the clubs will give the law class of 1905.
The greatest interest is being mani- with the local shop keepers and with a concert in Toledo. On Tuesday they E. R. Minahan was graduated from
fested in the meet. Last night at 7 the contracting company. After tle will go to Bowling Green, then return the high school of Green Bay, Wis.,
o'clock there were but 137 of the re- report Prof. Goddard of the faculty by way of Detroit, where they will 1899, and entered the University of
served seats left and it is probable coiimiittoe, spoke at some length pin -ivte the third concert of the trip, Wisconsin the fall of the same year.
that these will all be gone before the position which the faculty had asI- Wednesday night. Forty men will go Took the four years English course.
night. The indications point to a rec- stmed. He stated that the telatiits it the tuu Is a member of Philamothia Literary
ord-breaking attendance at the meet of the faculty committee to the stud- Arrangieents for other concerts are Society. In 190 he was a member of
and it is more than likely that many ent comniittees would undoubtedly be now pending and will soon be con- the joint debate team of that society.
of those who do not secure reserved of the most amiable sort. Speaking sumated. An attetnpt is being made He was one of six class comencement
seats will be unable to gain admission. of the faculty's action in regard to to arrange for a concert at Jackson orators of the class of 1903. Is now
All the baseball and track men had the cap and gown affair he added that to be held on the Friday before the a member of the 19905 law class. Is
their pictures taken separately yester- the committee was perfectly satisfied spring vacation twenty-two years of age.
day afternoon in front of the gymna- that nothing of an irregular nature lin addition to these out of town con- M. B. Olbrich graduated from Shar-
sim had been done though perhaps the cap crts, there will be another home con- on, Ill. high school in 1898. Entered
atid gow cimittee hail awared its cert after spring vacation. Both clubs the University of Wisconsin the same
AMATEUR. BARBERS. contract somewhat hastily. In closing will combine to give a fine program year and graduated in 1902. He is
he suggested the possibility of obtain- at popular prices. The late for this now a senior law student and a mem-
ing a lower price on the gowns from concert has not yet been settled. ber of the Forum Society. While a
The annual freshman-sophomore ton~ a local firmltrysudnliwaamebro
~literary student lie was a member of
sorial contest is going merrily on. After some discussion a motion to ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB. the Athenean Societ and was on the
Last night anI Tuiesdy tight batds the effect that the report of the cap winnitg eam oif that society in the
of freshmen and sophomores, varyitg and gown committee be accepted was wij ig te. H w th e Wicosi
fit tT he Rooky Mountain Club will joint debate. He was the Wisconsin
in numbers of fromi fteen toda hun- tabled, and the class decided to act make an innovation it the way of representative in the contest of the
ired, roamied the streets, and t as Pto Goddard stiggeste atd t dancing parties. Monday evening, Northern Oratorical League in 1902.
they accomplished their missions was give the committee a week to see
maifstd y he are uber f April 4, the club will give a party Was also a member of theeteam which
mnifeasteny the pared n r o swhethertower ices could be obtain- which they hope to be a novelty, the debated Minnesota last year. He is
nderclassen who appeared in clas- omlalis most unique for some time. The plan i member of the Pi Beta Ka
es yesterday wearing broad grins in- The treasurer of the class thenin-sit atiiti-ortintie r Kappa
s tit tiake the tiictiin typical of the diety. Was a commencement orator,
stead of hair for their personal trodtced the illtiwng measures stl west. Flannel shirts will be the prop- nd is president of the Oratorical and
adornment. of which wei passed unanimously: er thing ini dress, and coats will be re- Debating League. He is a member of
The same good nature characterized 'A committee of five to be appointed gird as stprltous. The memberthe Edin ooth Dramatic Society,-
the operations last night as was mani- to confer with the class committees oiithe ltb will wear their siurs atd and is eitor of the Wsconin Liter-
tested Tuesday night, and though whose operations involve the spending six shoottrs. ary Magazine,
those who were caught generally of money from the general fund toThi'proramiwill alo be somehat
made vigorous efforts to escape, no determine a class tax; that no invita- tiirl Aigotdtld-fashoei square S. C. A. NOMINATIONS.
one was in any way injured. No fig- tions be issued to any member of the
ures can be obtained as to the number class until he has tail Iis class ttes: ance or two, a gliding polka, a shot-
clssunilheha pit]tsclssdus:fsh and a Virginia reel will all find
of men whose hair has been cut, bittthat the treasurer's books be declared thir hlace in the prtgrat The r'gular annual meeting for nom-
from all indications the present ond- closed by the Wednesday before ex- Tle ioimitti- ititets the ptarty tt imating officers of the S. C. A. was
ercl sses have been acptionally ac- amination; and that a committee be i tselect, and for that reason have held last evening at Newberry Hall.
tive- appointed to confer with the engineers limited the number of tickets. These The election will take place next Wed-
in regard to sharing the expenses of are Selling very rapidly so that the oesday The nominations are as fol-
ROSE MAY NOT COMPETE. class day exercises." The meetits comnittee have every reason to be- lows:
then adjourned. lieve it will be a great success. The President--Geo. Burgess,'05 lit; Jas.
When seen Tuesday night, Rose, the committee is as follows: Welch, '05 law; Geo. Kerby, '05 medic.
freshman shot putter, said that owing STUDENT'S BEREAVEMENT. R. S. Schmidt, California, Chairman Vice President-Miss Ruth Thomp-
to another attack of the lumbago, --Ranch and Redford. son, '05 lit; Jas. Welch, '05 law.
which has troubled him tt some ex- Arthur C. 'ound, '07 lit student. and Recording Secretary-Nellie E.
tent ever since his arrival here, he associate editor of the Daily, received Shaver, '06 lit.
wouli not be able to compete Sattr- word Tuesday night of the serious ill- JUNIOR PARTY TONIGHT. Treasurer-Ralph Bailey, '05 lit; W.
day. It is hoped however, that the ness of his father at his home in Pon- H. Grant, '06 eng; I. F. Kirkbride, '05
night of the Cornell meet will find tiac. He hastened home at once, but The Junior Literary class will en- law.

him in somewhat betster condition. was grief-stricken to find that his joy an informal dancing party at Lit Vice President-Baird Broom-
Rose's ailment is said to be aggra- father had died just a few hours be- Granger's Academy tonight. Every ball, E. S. Shank, Nellie Shaver, Stella
vated by the fact that he is still com- fore. membtier of the class is urged to help McCracken, Elsie Thomasma, Edith
pelled to sleep in crapped quarters, The friends of the young man ex- toake this first social function of the, Martin.
his extra length bed which he is said tend their sympathy in his bereave- season a success. A large number of Law Vice President-Roy Swift, C.
to have sent home for, not yet having ment. tickets have already been sold and a P. Kemmerer.
arrived. pleasant evening is assured. There Medic Vice President-W. L. Sen-
LEAP YEAR PARTY. will be special music and refresh- tun, Morton Myers, John Benson.
NOTICE. The Woman's League is planning a ments. Dancing will begin at 8:30. Engineer Vice President-R. A.
Men students of all departments in- Leap Year party to take place some Stow, M. C. Tunison.
terested in the formation of the Penn- time soon after lent. No definite plans GLEE CLUB NOTICE. Dent Vice President-C. C. Robert-
sylvania Club meet in Newberry Hall, have been made for this, as yet, but Rehearsal Thursday, March 24, 7 p. son.
Thursday, at 7 p. m., to form a per. every effort will be made to make it m., at room C. Regular rehearsals Homeop Vice President--Mabel
manent organization. a success in every way. Monday and Thursday, 7 p. m. Knapp, Henry Telford.

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