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The Michigan Daily

VOL. XIV.

ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1904.

No. 181

CO"IUNICATION.
Report on Michiganensian Finances-
Good Showing Made and Suc-
cessful Settlement of all
Obligations Assured.
To the Editor of the Michigan Daily:
I herewith submit a report of the
financial condition of the 1904 Michi-
ganensian as it is at the present date.
I have also prepared a statement
showing the estimated surplus. This
surplus may prove to be somewhat
above or somewhat below the estimate
herewith given. I stand ready to turn
over the Michiganensian accounts to
any responsible trustee for final set-
tlement. If this is not deemed advis-
able, I propose to settle them myself,
and to execute a bond for the faithful
performance of the trust, in turning
over any resulting surplus to the treas-
urer of the University for the benefit
of next year's board, and in making a
final report on the entire receipts and
expenditures.
Income to Date.
Net sales 318 books (sold
on campus).............. 477 00
Net trade advertising (face
$182 75) sold for........ 153 10
Net cash advertising....... 339 74
Fraternities .. ..... . 486 50
Seniors ...... .......... 442 25
Organizations .. .. . 446 65
2345 24

Expenses to Date.
Printing and binding 1250
books Champlin Printing
Co., on acct.... .......
Engravings, Peninsular En-
graving Co., on acct. ren-
dered .. .........
Drawings, H. B. Lachman..
Lahor and assistants.....
Traveling expenset...
Job printing ---............
2lpl',f51,... ----. ....
Miscellaneoos (stamps, tele
grams, telephones, dray-
age, typewriting, pictures,
etc.) .. . ........
Managers ($400 cash)......
30 per cent net advertising
Outstanding and Estimated
Assets.
Net sales to date in stores
(est) 240 books at $1.40..
Net stles in future (est) 432
books at $1.40.
Balance of 250 hooks (eel)
(fee, advertisers, unsold)
Net trade tdvertising bal-
ance (face $1429.13) est.
value ....
Net cash advertising hal-
ance ........ . ........
Fraternities balance ......
Seniors balance ...........
Organizations balance .....
Cash balance on hand......
Outstanding and Estimated
Liabilities.
Printing and binding 1250
books Champlin Printing
Co. balance .. ........ .
Engravings, Peninsular En-
graving Co. balance on
acet rendered ...........
Engravings, Bucher Engrav-
ing Co ....
Sealt, Wright, Kay & Co.,
acct rendered ...........
Labor and assistants......
Traveling expenses ........
Jlob printing .... ........
Express .. .........
Miscellaneous ..........
Managers ($400 cash) bal-
ance .. . ........
30 per cent (net advertis-
ing) balance ... .......
Estimated Surplus.
Total assets . ..
Total Liabilities ..........

500 00
300 00
60 00
148 30
127 85
80 75
58 25
73 58
310 00
245 00
1903 73
Future
336 00
604 80
1143 46
669 94
60 00
56 50
98 85
441 51
3411 06
Future
1563 70
292 07
85 00
218 75
222 00
100 00
25 00
74 05
55 00
90 00
444 20
3169 77
3411 06
3169 77
241 29

CORN ELL GA"E CANCELLED CHAS. GREENE" E"ORIAL. CO"ENCE"ENT.
The Michigan Baseball Schedule is Engineering. Students Hold Big Mass Extensive Program of Events for
Cut Short by the Action of the Meeting-Bronze Tablet to be Graduation Week-Large Num-
Cornell Management Yes.
terday - Michigan Erected - Speeches bers of Alumni anl Via-
Team Must by Faculty. itors Expectej.
Stay at
Home. Over two hundred students of the The program for the coplnmencemnt
engineering class and several of their exercises of the 1904 graduatng class
The baseball season has come to a professors were present at the mass begins on June 17. Frog the to June
' premature close, through the cancella- meeting held yesterday afternoon at 23 the days will be full of exercises
o C e4:30 p. m. in Unniversity Hall. It was of a varied character. A lrge num-
decided by the meeting to erect a tab- ber of alumni is expected as 22,500
for June 17 and 18 Manager Charles let in the arch way of the main en- invitations have been sept to them.
Baird yesterday received a telegram trance to the engineering building in This is the first time that such an at-
i from the Cornell management to the memory of the late Professor Greene tempt has been made to produce a
> effect that they could not come. Nego- the first Dean of the engineering de- representative gathering of the grad-
tiations have been in progress for partment. Committees were appoint- uates. From present indications there
some time betwen the two universities ed by the president of the classes to will be a large number of relatives
in regard to the .location of the game undertake the collection of the money and friends of the graduates here to
1 for June 18. The Michigan manage- to defray the expenses of this tblet. attend the graduatipg exercises.
ment felt that with all the undergrad- Several members of the faculty spoke Below is the program forcommence-
- . ~to the otutdeotsaet.ek
luate students out of town, it wouldtmet week:
. The tablet will be of bronze cover- Friday June 17.
1 Arbor on two sccessive days. The ing about three feet by five feet. It 2:00 p. m. Homoeopathic Medical
Michigan faculty refused to allow the will be placed in the main entrance at Department-Surgical clinic at Hom-
Michigan team to play in any other one side where there is a brick panel oeopathic Hospital, conducted by vis-
city on June 18, and the only alterna- just large enough to accomodate the iting Alumni.
tive was to have Cornell come on for tablet. The cost is estimated at four 7:00 p. m. Banquet of Graduating
one game. This the Cornell, Manage- hundred and fifty dollars. class and Alumni at the Homoeo-
ment felt they could not do and hence This actiOn of yesterday is the re- pathic Hospital.
the telegrem yesterday afternoon.
1 Since the management has been un- sut of the work of a committee of Sunday June 19.
able to get a substitute for the can- engineer professors and students which Baccalaureate Discourse to Grad-
celed Northwestern game, this ends was appointed last fall at the time of uting Classes of all Departments, in
the Michigan baseball season of 1904. Professor Greene's death. The in- Iniversity Hall, by President Angell.
This is the second time that North- struction which the committee then Monday June 20.
western has cancelled a game on short received was to devise some fitting 2:00 Cl D E
notce.Las yer bt acou2:00 dyn . m. Cass Day Exercises-
notice. Last year but a couple of ays memorial to Professor Greene. It was Department of Law-in Univerity
celled their game just as they have at the suggestion of this committee Hall. Address by the Class President,
done this year. It has been stated on that the mass meting yesterday after- Ralph Burton Scatterday. History by
good authority that the management noon adOpted the foregoing plan. Frank Nathan Burns, A.B. Poem by
may not schedule a game with North- Three members of the engineering David Booth Eppstein. Prophecy by
western for next year. faculty were on this committee: Pro- Frank Short Gedney. Oration by Ed-
t- fessor Davis, Ziwet, and Dennison. ward Sonnenschein. Presentation of
COMMUNICATION The student members were Stimson, class memorial by Earl Heenan, A.B.
T y e s Dewey, Harmon and Rener. Acceptance in behalf of the depart-
iulish the following acknowledge- In order to aid in raising the amount ment by Dean Hutchins. Acceptnce
ment: )necessary to carry forward their plans in behalf of the University by Reent
Editor Daily: the senors will add the fund which Knappen. Valedictory by Ernest ich-
According to a motion introduced in they have collected for a class mem- ard Ringo, A.B.
the last meeting of the executive con- orial to the memorial to Professor 8:00 p. m. Senior Promenade on the
mittee for a Michigan tniun,iam di- Greene. The senior class will give Campus-Attended by the Graduating
-mrected an aectanof UihIommitte one hundred dollars. classes of all departments.
rected as secretary of such committee TedyJn 1
to request you to publish the enclosed The committees of the different Tuesday June 21.
copy of a letter which I have sent to clasnee who will collect fifty cents 10:00 a. m. Class Day Exercises-
the Junior Hop Committee, from each member are as follows: Department of Literature, Science,
Yours Truly, Committee for 1905, Stow, Parker, and the Arts-Under Tappan Oak.
E. F. PARKER. Drake Detwiler, Olson, MacDonald, Address by the class president, Divie
Ann Arbor, Mich., June 7, '04. Ryan. Committee for 1906, Ehrman, -etune Dufield Blain. History by
Mr. Ralph Stoepel, Pettet, Slaymaker, Andrews, Allington. Harriet LeClair Harrington. Prophecy
Treasurer of the Junior Hop Com- Committee for 1907, Carrels, Knox, by Blanche Earle Enyart. Poem by
mittee of 1905 Calvin, Boomer, Carhart. Ora Emelyn Follett. Oration by
Dear Sir:-- ____10Ca v n Bo e , ___George Arthu r M alcom .
8:00 p. m. Senior Reception-In
The executive committee for a WOMANS' LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP Waterman Gymnasium, by the Grad-
Michigan Union hereby acknowledges FUND. nating Classes of all departments.
the receipt of a check for $170.70 from Wednesday June 22, Alumni Day.
your committee, said sum to be ex- Under the direction of President Regular Decennial Reunions of
pended in -the work which the exec- M classes of '54, '4, '74, '84, '94, and
ive committee has ma hand. Thes ary Farnsworth, the Woman' Lea- casso 4 14 7,'4 4 n
committtetheartils enorhand Ts gue has concluded a very satisfactory quarter-centennial reunion of class of
committee heartily endorses and ac- '7,i-l h eprmns pca
cepts the conditions attached to this year's work, in every way. From a 79, in all the departmeuts. Special
e social standpoint more parties have reunions of the literary and engineer-
giftand desires to expres its sincere been given, and those of a more agree- ing classes of '59, '69, '97, and of other
thanks to your committee. This gift
comes at a mot opportune time, a able character than usual. The groups classes.
times when t planfortuneimhgainto which the League membership 10:00 a. m. Class Day Exercises-
tine when the plan tor a Michigan has been divided, have done much to Department of Engineering-Under
necessary to have funds in order to make the girls of the University ac- the Engineers' Oak. Address by the
ceurser tis way euccensnfully Your quainted with one another, and to pro- class president, Jonn Harris Mustard.
action has already borne fruit in the mote sociability and good fellowship History by William Coryelt McBain.
resolutions of the seniorreceptioncom-0on more broad and general lines than Prophecy by Morris Albert Hall.
mittee, whereby any profit accringnis possible elsewhere. This year, on Poem by Robert Stephenson Fleshiem.
ifrom, he annual reception will Ie account of the Leap Year privileges, Oration by Morris Henry Stimson.
Sturned in 1 the Michigan clubwoone the League has been able to give quite The new engineering building will
tfund. Not only is your gift a material a large number of very enjoyable co- be open to the public, Monday Tles-
andsi Ntoce and a great encouragement educational parties. These have in day, and Wednesday from 9:00 a. m.
sto the executive committee utyou every way been voted a success. to 4:00 pi. m. Attendants will be at
have alto set a notable precedent in From a financial standpoint the the building to accompany visitors.
he annals se a rapidly grocwing seti- year's work has also been good. The 10:00 a. m. Department of Medicine
ment against college graftang s1for girls this year devoted their time and and Surgery--Meeting of Medical Al-
l Michigan spirit, efforts toward raising a fund for the umni and friends in Faculty Room of
Yours very sincerely, endowment of two scholarships, one New Medical building. At 9:00 a. m.
EN. F. PARKER, in honor of Miss Alice Freeman Pal- meeting of Medical class of 1864 and
Secretary of Execuive Cmmittee. mer, one in honor of Miss Lucinda at 10:30 a. m. of class of 1874, in the
__rty__fE__ut __ C t Hinsdale Stone. Both of these Women same room.
TAPPAN MEMORIAL TABLET. were graduates of the University in 10:00 a. m. Schooi of Pharmacy-
its early co-educational days, and both Reunions of the classes of '74, '84,
Preparations are being made for the have done much to spread abroad the and '94, registration of alumni, and
dedication of a brass tablet underTap- fame of Michigan. At the beginning meeting of friends of the department,
pan Oak during Commencement week of the year the Womans' League had in the Pharmacy building.
in honor of Dr. Tappan, Michigan's thirty dollars in the treasury. This 10:00-12:00 a. m. Alumni Associa-
first president after whom the historic went immediately to the scholarship tion and Association of Collegiate A-
oak is named. The tablet will be o- fund. In addition, this year, about umne-Annual "Open Houe" at Bar-
cated on an immense stone under the seventy dollars has been added to the bour Gymnasium. Informal meeting
tree, which is now being prepared for fund. The Womans' League girls re- place for alumni and classes of '04.

the reception of the tablet. Old grad- ceived through the kindness of toe In- tefreshments.
nates, some of whom participated land Publishing Company, a percent- 2:00 p. m. General Alumni Associa-
at the naming of the tree fifty years age of all the subscriptions to the In- tion-Annual meeting in University
ago, will be present at the ceremonies lander which they succeeded in get- Hall. Singing of Michigan songs, bust-
incident to the placing of the mem- ting. In this way a considerable ness, etc.
orial. (Continuea on page four.) (Continued on page 2.)

The above represents the financial
condition of the 1904 Michiganensian
to date. Uipon yesterday's communi-
cation to the Daily, signed by the com-
mittee, composed of Messrs George
Sweet, Ralph Scatterday and Thomas
Roberts, in justice to myself, I feel
like making some comments. The
committee composed of the above gen-
tlemen, made one visit to my room
and asked me to appear before it once
about six weeks ago. At all times I
(Continued on page three.)

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