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THE UNIV"RSITY OF"°.MICHIGAN DAILY'
2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
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Changes in the Faculty.
During the summer the Board of
Regents made the following changes
in the rank of various instructors.
In the Literary and Engineering
Departments: - Alfred Lloyd fro.n
assistant to junior professor of phil-
John O. Reed, from assistant to
junior professor of physics.
Ernest H. Mensel, from instructor
to assistant professor of German.
Earl W. Dow, from instructor to
assistant professor of history.
Charles Cooley, from instructor to
assistant professor of sociology.
B. P. Bourland, from instructor to
assistant professor in French.
John R. Allen, from instructor to
assistant professor of mechanical en-
In the Medical and Dental De-
partments:-Dr. Carl G. Huber,
from assistant to junior professor of
Dr. A. S. Warthin, from instructor
to assistant professor of pathology.
Dr. Louis P. Hall, from instructor
to assistant professor of operative
K J. R. Arneill, from demonstrator of
to instructor of clinical medicine.
Dr. Cyrenus G. Darling appointed
Drs. J. W. Minerd and H. W.
Harvey were made assistants in oper-
Dr. O. A. Griffin, demonstrator of
ophthalmology and otology.
Dudley Taylor, Fred L. Ingraham
and Frank P. Sadler announce that
they -have formed a copartnership
forthegeneral practice of law, under
the :fnrm-name of Taylor, Ingraham
& Sadler, with offices at suite 704
Eort Dearborn Iluilding, corner of
Clark and Monroe streets, Chic ago.
All three of these partners are U.
of M. men. Mr. Taylor graduated
in '92 and was quite. prominent in a
political way in his class. Both the
other partners won the University
oratorical contest, Mr. Sadler in '94
and Mr. Ingraham in '96. Besides
this they wocnnunet'ous other honors.
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the lack of men who are thoroughly
educated in the game. The big men,
while they have had experience of
some kind, have not had anything
that would place them in the Varsity
class. The fullback position too, he
says, is weak, while there are a good
lot of men for the other positions that
are behind the line.I
Bill Allen is more than pleased
with his scrubs and says they give
great promise of future Varsity ma-
terial. They are light but they get
into the game well.
Manager Baird says that it is the
same old story of building up an en-
tirely new team of green material.
There is almost an unlimited amount
of work to be done and there should
be more men to take part in doing it.
Undergraduate Manager Verdier
appeared pleased with the material.
He said that in quality it is the best
lie has seen at this time of the season
for the five years that he has been
watching Michigan's teams. The
prospects he thinks are good for a
team that will win from the West at
The training table will not be
started for a few days yet, but when
it is started men will be taken on as
fast as they show the desired form.
The Normal game has been cancelled
and in its stead Hillsdale will be sub.
Wort he Jane,y.
Dr. Mcllrath and wife of Chicago.
who journeyed round the world on
their bicycles, consuming three yeara
or more in the trip, by reason of un-
foreseen delays in inhospitable coun-
tries, arrived home last winter. As on
the occasion of their departure a large
crowd had seen them oft, so upon their
return the streets were thronged with
people eager to witness their hame
coming. One of the g-oup of persons
who watched the scene from an upper
window as the globe trotters, escorted
by hundreds of local riders, wheeled
into view, remarked: "Well, there they
come. And now I'd like to know what
they have gained by that long ride, so
full of hardship and privations." "Did
you see them when they rode away
from here?" asked another. "Yes."
"Did you niotie they had dropped han-
die bars and rode with a hump?" "I
think I dd." "Well, they're coming
bock with raised handle bars and are
sitting up straight. That was worth
the trip anyway. They have learned
how to ride a bicycle."
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