J0P t.n- . Schooe f" erF"Club.
' ( Continued from Flot Page.
mended the introduction of Sallut
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during the "Cateline" into the work of the Lati
College year, at departmets of the high schools. PrIe
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. cipal J. H. Harris, of Bay City, foow
Orsroa: The Inland Press, Henning Block. ed with a livey paper, in which he ae
Both Phones, 147. gued for a two years' course in Cree
instead of the three years' work whio
MANAGING iF DITOR. the report recommended.
F. ExaELanan, '01 L A short business session follovet
BUSINESS MANAGER The resignation of Prof. W. H. Sherze:
O. H.asa. '00L. of Ypsilanti, who is president of th
. EDITORS. club, was -reported, and Supt. H.T
T.LWEsIC, '0 .. .HG. cDmaaT, '5 E Austin, of Owosso, the vice-presiden
A.~0. Baews. '0W. H. J. B, WO, was made acting president. The treas
L.J.MEsseasarRY,'00, W. D. HICKEY,'OsM, urer reported that only 110 out of i
members of the club had paid las
year's dues, and informed the delin
quents that he was after them. Pro
Adams, of Detroit, presented an invi
The subscription price of the DiaI s e$2.50 for tation to the club to hold the nsox
the oslegs yea, wth a reglae deliveey seore
nn e da. Notices, d coaasaicateand meeting in April at Detroit under lh
ether matter intended for publication must be auspices of the Central High Scho
handed in at the DIoffie tb efore 0 p m or
mailed to the editor before 3 p. m. of the 'ay His request was referred to the eec
peais to that on which they are expected to olive committee with power to act.
appear. uiecmitewt oe oat
Subscriptions may be left at the DAILY ile, The sessions of the club closed tha
Meyer's, or Stoillet's newstand, or with Business afternoon wi h a busy meeting. Th
Manager. Subscribers will confer a favor by
reporting promptly at this office any failure of report on chemistry was discussed b
carriers to deliver paper. Prof. Delos Fall, of Albion College
All cesein advertsing matter nust be In The report on botany was taken up be
the office by 4p.m. on the dy previsa to that
on which thev are to aeear. Prof. C. A. Davis, of Alma College
and Miss Helen Hing, of the east sidl
The Boqcott Off. Saginaw High School. The last dis
During the past few days the hops cussion concerned the report on zoo-
and mishaps that are to, be recorded as logy. The principal paper was read b
athletic history in the middle west eave Prof. Jacob Reighard. He was foilow-
been of a nature almost sensational In ed by Dr. H. S. Jennings who read-a
the effects produced. Prof. Stagg is paper prepared by Prof. Lewis Mui
reported as offering to Director Baird, bach, of Detroit, the latter being un-
at terms that -could be nothing if not able to attend.
agreeable to both parties, a game to be Big Attendance.
played Dec. 9 of this year and games The Wisconsin-Michigan cott
on Thanksgiving day of suceeting drew the largest attendance yet to be
years. This offer Mr. Baird refused to recorded at any game of football play-
consider without first confering withe ed in the west. Credit for this muse
the management of Wisconsin and Ill-- be given the business like way in wilce
nois, with whom Michigan had a year the affair was run off. The graduate
ago entered into a boycott against Chii- committee composed of three men from
cago. He felt in honor bound to do so each University with Ward Hughes as
and expected similar treatment froi official and active manager was in
the Wisconsin and Illinois manager. charge. Chicago was literally covered
The offer not -being accepted immedi- with advertising matter, and every
ately by Michigan's manager, Stagg convenience possible was offered to the
made it to Manager Fisher of Wiscoa- public. Excursions from eight or ten
sin -who apparently jumped at the outside points were run in f'r the
chance the night before the big game, and alumni smokers held. All
game. Thursday it was announced that these things resulted in the sale of
Wisconsin and Chicago had entered in- every seat before the .morning of the
to an agreement which provided for a big game. Standing room was it a
game this year and for three sucecr.- premium, and the turn stiles recorded
ing years. This all being done to the a record breaking crowd.
total ignorance of the Michigan and
Illinois managements. Prof Francis W. Kelsey will address
The following day Manager Fisher, the Unity Club tonight on the iubj-t,,
supposedly at the instigation of Pres. The Temples of Pompeii. He has a
Adams; of Wisconsin, withdrew from number of unusually fine photographs
the agreement with Stagg and a con-- of the old temples which will be dis-
ference of the faculty boards of tto played by the stereopticon.
interested parties was called. Presi- of its lack of definiteness, and the lat-
dents Adams, of Wisconsin, Harper, of _ _-_--__--_
Chicago, and Draper, of Illinois, and
Prof,. Pattengill. of Michigan met ana EU THY """L
discussed the situation with the rallI \ J
tsult that Chicago has seen the erro Antiseptic Tooth and Moth Wash,
't her ways and the four greater uni- 20 Bottle.
sersities of the middle west are unite
n policy instead of being dvidt mo
either, three against one or two agan
two. As the matter now stands W - s
consin and Chicago will contest for ooth Paste
Championship honors Saturday nex' A plarand reliahlofintrigcc25
and on Thanksgiving day of the season Packael.
of 1900 Michigan will'play Chicago in TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
Chicago and Illinois and Wisconsn wil
Play in Milwaukee. Chicago will play /
Madison earlier in the season. In ties
season following that of 1901,- Wisconi- R
sin will play on Turkey day in Chicago C.IA.MVTS HMITG StTOM .
and the U.). of C. will come either to
Ann Arbor or to Detroit. So it is that
the p1an is expected to be carried out,
Wisconsin and Michigan alternatin
with Chicago at theclose of the sea-
son and the latter altternating in its .
trips to Madison and Ann Arbor. TO -NIGHT
Army Wine From the Nacy.
po~tu esthe esn n Ana Harry 5Shannon Co.
StrathW tPitadAn" H Ir ha n n.polls cadets meet on Franklin Fild Il
at Philadelphia in football for the first
time in six years. The game was uniq- In Repertoire of Popular Successes'
ue in charging no admission, although
cards of invitation were required at Beat Seatsa20 and'30c,
the gate. Gallery lOs, No Higher.
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