Cost of Athletics at Yale and Har-
U, J(lg i oard.
The cost of athletics at Yale and Har-
Pnblished Daily (Sundays excepted) daring the vard, was graphically shown today by
Celirge year, at the annual reports from Walter Camp,
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHI6AN. director at Yale, and S. L. Fuller, the
Oseaoa: The Inland Press, Henning Block. Harvard director.
Both Phones.147. - Athletics at Yale cost $56,384.24; at
Harvard they cost 64,ooo. At Harvard
MANAGING EDITOR. about $13,000 was spent In permanent
F. ExLHRDan, 'O1 L.
improsiemuents. At Yale about $7,000
BUSINESS MANAGER. - was devoted to that purpose. At Yale
OTH. HAS '00. there was a deficit of $644. At Harvard
ATHLETICS, . G. D. HUnDoe', 'am E a surplus of $468. Neither college
TR. Weennw,',00 L. A.H. McDouGALL,'SI E cleared $500, in spite of the fact that
A. G. Banwxe. 'Of. E. r. B. Woon, '00, the receipts from the Yale-Harvard
L. s. NerGoaseRY,'t0, W. u. ) Icnv, 'o N, football game a year ago netted each col-
tBoth colleges were obliged to spend
thousands of dollars on improvements
to their grounds, athletic houses, etc.
The snhscriptton price of the PAILT is $2.50 Inr
thecottege year, with a regatar delivery hefore oand were compelled to turn over thou-
nn eah, day. Notises, ounations, and sands to their track and crew associa
other matter intended for pubtiontion east he
handed in at the DAILY oce before 8 p. m. or tions, which were nonsupporting. The
amailed to the editor hofore 3 p. mn. of the clts
previous to that on which they are expected summary of the figures for all branches
appear.- of Yale athletics for the year ending
Subscriptions may be left at the Daur oflice, with Sept. t follows:
Neyer's, or Stoltetes newstand, or with Bosiness
Manager. Subscrih>rswiltconfer a favorby RECEIPTS.
reporting promptly at thin office any failure of
earriers to deiver paper. Football Association ........$30,317.23
Allchages in advertising matter must be in Baseball Association .........17,450.00
Sn wh ichey pr.oate day povio to that Boat Club Association...,....-5;931.58
Athletic Association..... 2,040.49
Professor Jonas' " Three Northern Deficit....................644.94
Dances" Praised. Total.............. ...$56,384.24
Prof: Alberto Jonas, of the University EXPENDITURES.
School of Music, is about to publish Football Association ........$19,391.82
ScolBaseball Association ... 2,511.89
more of his popular compositions. The Boat Club Association .......12,691.o9
last Musical Record in its supplementAthletic Association........3,989.52
has: one of Prof. Jonas' latest waltzes, Advanced onishtrip.... 3,9oo.5
which has been published by Oliver Dit- Advanced on English trip .... zooo.oo
son & Co., the great music house. Some Subscription to Yale field .... 6,8oo.oo
of the notices that Prof. Jonas has re- Total..................$56,384.24
ceived o fhis three Northern Dances. The net receipts from the Yale-Har-
will be of general interest to the friends vard football game were $14,503.71.
of the school. James Hueker (the Ra- From, the Yale-Princeton game, $io,-
conteur) in the Musical Courier says : 143.81.
"Then there are three Northern Dances The receipts from the three Yale-Har-
by Alberto Jonas, published by Schir- vard baseball games last spring were
-mr. Imagine a Spaniard tfiling in love respectively $3,595.70, $3,899 and $1,-
with Griegland, with glaciers, fjords and 279.63; total, $7,764.33.
the midnight sun.- But he blows both From the two Yale-Prinecton base-
hot and cold in the six fantasy pieces. ball games the receipts were $2,860.61
There are gay dancing and troubled and $2,ooo.48; total, $4,86r.og.
moments, sentiment and lonely spots on Pt
bleak hills. This is music making from Prof. H. Ellis Foster, graduate of the
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compositions of his own that he played,
he also showed that the development of
his technique had not been at the ex-
pense of poetic expression. They were
three Northern Dances, and they were
replete with spirited -action and delight-
To Banquet Winners.
Pontiac people are very proud of the
victory wonby its high school football
team in this city, when they became
champions of the high school contest.
Last night a banquet was given to the
successful football players by Mrs. J. C.
Allshouse, at her residence in that city.
A liberal amount has been subscribed to
help buy a memento of the victory and
to defray the expenses of the gymnas-
Tonight at the School of Music there.
will occur the last Faculty Concert before
the holidays. The entire concert will
be given by the men on the faculty, Al-
berto Jonas, Bernard Sturm, Gardner S.
Lamson and Frederick L. Abel.
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